17 Burst results for "Mr. Kemp"

"mr. kemp" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Older police chief Maris. Harold, I'm so sorry this incident happened. And we're going to do everything in our power to make sure the suspect Has a thorough trial and we do a thorough investigation. CBS News Special report on that Piper it is 66 degrees on Peachtree Street at 201, WSB meteorologist current, Mello says could see a shower later. Atlanta's most accurate, dependable forecast is coming up. You heard him playing coy about it with Eric this past hour, but Governor camp is expected to announce later today that all Georgians who want one Will be able to get a covert vaccine very shortly now. Channel two's Richard Elliott at the State Capitol kept expected more than 425,000 doses to come to Georgia this week, and there are hopes that that number will only increase. We spoke with Democrats and Republicans here, the state Capitol today. They think such an announcement will be very welcome news governor talked about, as you know, opening it up to everybody in early April when I get a definitive timeline announcement when Mr Kemp speaks at 4 15 this afternoon, will carry it on the air and also stream his remarks live with Georgia racing to get more people vaccinated. There is new concern about covert variants for the first time, Georgia reports a case of the troubling Brazilian variant It's detected in Newton County. The strain is highly contagious and in some cases re infects people who have recovered from Corona. Virus. Georgia also has more than 350 cases of the UK variant and 15 of the variant from South Africa. While getting a shot likely provides some protection. The variance may be more resistant to vaccines. Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB started Georgia Tech spring practice off because of covert today was supposed to be the jackets first practice of the year. But that is now on hold for what coach Jeff Collins says or a small number of positive test is in the program. And practices will resume when it's safe to do so. Colin says the spring schedule was built to allow room for a covert pause. The team will practice 15 times, ending with the spring game, which is scheduled for April. 23rd J. Black 95.5 WSB The top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. US Postmaster General Lewis to Joy's unveiling what would be the largest ever rollback.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The Senate supported are with this border security included, but it failed to reach the sixty votes needed because the president opposed it on the same day. A bipartisan supermajority in the Senate rejected the president's alternative Bill. We gotta be honest about the challenges we face. It's more about the way we use our resources to address them a work with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to reform our broken immigration system and improve security. Reducing brutal cartel violence smuggling will not be accomplished by a border wall or punishing innocent victims of cartel violence, and we're desperately seeking safety in the United States. We have to work to address the drug epidemic at our nation. Stop the weapons and cash that flows south cartels and collaborate more effectively with regional nations to strengthen their economies and decrease cartel violence thanking us. Oh. Well, I'm glad to hear that ten years ago. Ten Vinnie convenient hearing on some aspects of the same problem, but being an optimist, basically based on what you were saying, I see some common ground for investing in scanning devices customs officers dealing with a straw purchasers. And the bulk cash transfers across the border. I see some components of of legislation that we could work on together. Like we worked on criminal Justice reform, which I hope is successful Senator John Cornyn December twelfth same time. I noted that there during the gang of eight immigration Bill who said there were forty billion dollars appropriated for border security, and in the DACA proposal. They got forty four votes. I think it was twenty five billion. And I'm still confused about the fight over five billion. But I agree with you. It shouldn't be just about physical. Barriers and it should be about technology. It should be about personnel. It's more of a system is the way I tend to think of it. Maybe the chief will enlighten us further. I'm sure she will. So it's my pleasure. Introduce our witnesses for the first panel. Mr. Kemp, Chester is currently the assistant director of the opioids coordination group in the office of national drug control policy before coming to Owen D C P, Mr..

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on WJR 760

"He's Honey, I'm Gary McNamara. I'm just reading here from the daily caller all the actors that are calling for a boycott now of Georgia. Yeah. All right, and okay. Stacey Abrams said we'll know don't boycotted. 'cause there's a lot of people that we'll be working. But the word Jake tapper said, he said, would you say that Mr. Kemp is legitimate governor? No. What do you mean it he won? This was all in a legal. Would you say he's a legal governor? Okay. Legal governor. Yes. Legit. No will legal means legit. Yes. And she said, it's very important. The words that we use you know, because she's a romance author. I do that for a living. I use words. And so we must use the proper words, and I would have said well legit if it's legal. It's legit. You may not like it. But it's legit. May if you wish to say the law is immoral say the law is immoral but don't say, he's not the legit governor. He's legit governor. He's the legal governor you agree to legal but not legit. And this is the kind of word games that she was playing yesterday. Well, I mean, do you believe that those votes that went for Kemp were fake? You believe those people? That's where I don't exactly I mean, she got to the point of of, you know, where this is where I if Jake tapper I would have done differently where she said, well, no, it's because of the suppression and the laws and everything else, and I would have said, well, wait a minute. The law these laws at the legislature passed that it is the law. You it sounds like you don't like the law. But since you don't like the law, you're not willing to say he's legit. Now, you're saying he's legal. Are you playing word games with me or what? And what's the difference between legal and legit? How can he be legal and not legit? Because you don't like the law. So something's illegitimate. It is it means that legally it is not. Yes. The case, exactly. I would have I would have had a. That that's why not an interviewer. Hey would never come back. How how big does your ego have to be to be in that scenario and still ignore reality?.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sixty K SFO. Radio cutting. I'm Gary McNamara. I'm just reading here from the daily caller all the actors that are calling for a boycott now of Georgia. Yeah. All right, and okay. Stacey Abrams said we'll know don't boycotted because there's a lot of people that will be working. But the word that Jake tapper said, would you say that Mr. Kemp is legitimate governor? No. What do you mean the one? This was all, you know, legal. Would you say he's a legal governor? Okay. Legal governor. Yes. Legit. No will legal means legit. Yes. And she said it's very important awards that we use you know, because she's a romance author. I do that for a living. I use words. And so we must use the proper words, and I would have said well legit if it's legal. It's legit. You may not like it. But it's legit. May if you wish to say the laws immoral say the law is immoral but don't say, he's not the legit governor. He's the legit governor. He's the legal governor you agreed to legal but not legit in. This is the kind of word games that she was playing yesterday. Well, I mean, do you believe that those votes that went for Kemp were fake? You believe those people? That's where I don't exactly I mean, she got to the point of of where this is where I if Jake tapper I would have done differently where she said, well, no is because of the suppression and the laws and everything else, and I would have said, well, wait a minute. This law these laws the legislature passed that it is the law. You it sounds like you don't like the law. But since you don't like the law. You're not willing to say he's legit. Now, you're saying he's legal. Are you playing word games with me or what? And what's the difference between legal and legit? How can you be legal and not legit because you don't like the law? So something's illegitimate. It is that means that legally it is not. Yes. The case, exactly. I would I would have had a. That that's why not an interviewer. Hey would never come back. How how big does your ego have to be to be in that scenario and still ignore reality?.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"W A L. Washington comes to talk. Radio. He's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. I'm just reading here from the daily caller all the actors that are calling for a boycott now of Georgia. Yeah. All right, and okay. Stacey Abrams said we'll know don't boycotted because there's a lot of people that won't be working. But the word that Jake tapper said, he said, would you say that Mr. Kemp is legitimate governor? No. What do you mean the one? This was all, you know, legal. Would you say he's a legal governor? Okay. Legal governor. Yes, legit. No. We'll legal means legit. Yes. And she said. It's very important. The words that we use you know, 'cause she's a romance author. I do that for a living. I use words. And so we must use the proper words, and I would have said legit if it's legal. It's legit. You may not like it. But it's legit. If you wish to say, the laws immoral say the law is immoral but don't say, he's not the legit governor. He's the legit governor. He's the legal governor you agree to legal but not legit in. This is the kind of word games that she was playing yesterday. Well, I mean, do you believe that those votes that went for Kemp were fake? You believe those people? That's where I don't exactly I mean, she got to the point of this is where I if Jake tapper I would have done it differently where she said, well, no is because of the suppression in the laws and everything else. I would have said, well, wait a minute. Law these laws that the legislature passed that it is the law. You it sounds like you don't like the law. But since you don't like the law, you're not willing to say he's legit. Now, you're saying he's legal. Are you playing word games with me or what? And what's the difference between legal and legit? How can you be legal and not legit? Because you don't like the law. So something's illegitimate. It is that means that legally it is not. Yes. The case, exactly. I would I would have had a. That's why I'm not an interviewer would never come back. How big does your ego have to be to be in that scenario instill ignore reality?.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Radio. He's cutting. I'm Gary McNamara. I'm just reading here from the daily caller all the actors that are calling for a boycott of Georgia. Yeah. All right, and okay. Stacey Abrams said we'll know don't boycotted because there's a lot of people that won't be working. But the word that Jake tapper said, he said, would you say that Mr. Kemp is legitimate governor? No. What do you mean it he won? This was all, you know, legal. Would you say he's a legal governor? Okay. Legal governor. Yes. Legit. No will legal means legit. Yes. And she said, it's very important. The words that we use you know, because she's a romance author. I do for a living. I use words. And so we must use the proper words, and I would have said well legit if it's legal. It's legit. You may not like it. But it's legit. May if you wish to say the law is immoral say the law is immoral but don't say, he's not the legit governor. He's the legit governor. He's the legal governor you agree to legal but not legit in. This is the kind of word games that she was playing yesterday. Well, I mean, do you believe that those votes that went for Kemp were fake? You believe those people? That's where I don't exactly I mean, she got to the point of of, you know, where this is where I if Jake tapper I would have done differently where she said, well, no, it's because of the suppression and the laws and everything else, and I would have said, well, wait a minute. This law these laws at the legislature passed that it is the law. You it sounds like you don't like the law. But since you don't like the law, you're not willing to say he's legit. Now, you're saying he's legal. Are you playing word games with me or what? And what's the difference between legal and legit? How can he be legal in not legit? Because you don't like the law. So something's illegitimate. It is that means that literally it is not. Yes. The case, exactly. I would I would have had a. That's why I'm not an interviewer would never come back. How big does your ego have to be to be in that scenario and still ignore reality?.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Burned by a massive California wildfire. Cal fire public information officer Steve carpenter updates figures on homes damaged their loss to the camp. Fire single residents damaged two hundred and sixteen. Destroyed nine thousand seven hundred. Multiple residents damaged sixteen destroyed one hundred and forty four while five Accu e Ron Smith says he wants President Trump to see the devastation for the campfire under president bring the congress Megamall take a look at the. Parker and more airplanes. Barstool going. President Trump heads to northern California Saturday to see firsthand the grief and devastation from the deadliest wildfire in a century. He's now Georgia's governor lack Republican Brian. Kemp says the Georgia gubernatorial election is over with democratic rival Stacey Abrams acknowledgement that she can't win the race. And he's urging the state to look forward. Final result had been unresolved since election day itself until the Abrahams speech effectively ended the contest in a written statement, Mr. Kemp says quote, the election is over and hardworking Georgians are ready to move forward. We can no longer dwell on the divisive politics of the past. But most focus on Georgia's bright and promising future unquote that moving forward as the promise of a federal lawsuit by MS Abrahams who is still claiming in her words, quote, gross mismanagement unquote of the elections, George Monzon reporting in the Florida recount democratic Senator Bill Nelson chances of holding onto his seat appear to be slipping away as he is falling far short of the thousands of votes that he needed to overtake his Republican opponent. Governor Rick Scott. More of these stories at townhall dot com. This is Michael medven here with Mike Stahl from healthmarkets helping folks find the right Medicare coverage. The news reports say that the rates might be going down the cost of many Medicare plans.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Wildfire. Cal fire public information officer Steve Cauthen updates figures on homes damaged or lost to the camp. Fire. Single residents damaged two hundred and sixteen. Destroyed nine thousand seven hundred. Multiple residents damaged sixteen destroyed one hundred and forty four wildfire back Iran. Smith says he wants President Trump to see the devastation for the campfire under president the congress. Take a look at this. More airplanes. Barstool going. President Trump heads to northern California Saturday to see firsthand the grief and devastation from the deadliest US wildfire to century. He's now Georgia's governor lack Republican Brian. Kemp says the Georgia gubernatorial election is over with democratic rival Stacey Abrams acknowledgement that she can't win the race. And he's urging the state to look forward. Final result had been unresolved since election day itself until the Abrahams speech effectively ended the contest in a written statement, Mr. Kemp says quote, the election is over in hardworking Georgians are ready to move forward. We can no longer dwell on the divisive politics of the past. But most focus on Georgia's bright and promising future unquote that moving forward as the promise of a federal lawsuit by MS Abrahams who is still claiming in her words, quote, gross mismanagement, unquote of the elections, George Monzon reporting in the Florida recount democratic Senator Bill Nelson chances of holding onto his seat appear to be slipping away as he is falling far short of the thousands of votes. That he needed the overtake his Republican opponent. Governor Rick Scott. More of these stories at townhall dot com..

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"And the evidence is stored on flash drives that cannot be a raised or shredded. And all of this could be very handy for the Democratic Congress that takes office in January. In simpler, times the midterm election of nine days ago would be mostly old news by now. But that election remains current news. And we're still sorting out. What happened? There are a million votes yet to be counted in California alone for Democrats. The news has gotten better with almost every passing day since the polls closed the Blue Wave got bigger as the votes were counted bigger than the shellacking President Obama got in two thousand ten and nearly as big as the congressional turnover after Watergate Democrats who needed Twenty-three seats to get their majority have one thirty six now and could end up with as many as forty new seats in the house. It is their biggest gain since the post Watergate election of seventy four and while Republican control of the Senate grew it grew by just one seat. Democrats lost only one or two seats. They're not the three or four seats. They were expecting to lose. After a close race for Jeff flake Senate seat in Arizona democrat here Ston cinema. Who was trailing on election night? Took the lead as mail-in ballots were counted. And is now Arizona's first female Senator after flipping her district from red to blue. But the house and Senate races are just the tip of the Blue Wave when the dust in those races had settled Democrats at one seven governorships and picked up well over three hundred seats in state legislatures big name, Republican governors Scott Walker and Chris Bach. Got the boot as did the governors of Illinois. Maine, Michigan, Nevada and New Mexico. State legislatures are the lawmaking bodies that in recent Republican control have made it easier to get guns harder to vote and easier to foul the environment with climate changing pollution, Democrats, replacing them can reverse all of those actions and fixed the gerrymandering that's been proven more than once to be about suppressing votes. Democrats. Also, flipped state attorney general seats in Colorado, Michigan and Nevada giving Democrats control of more than half the state AG. Offices in the country, and it's been lawsuits by those attorneys general that have kept Trump in line on immigration and the Affordable Care Act, but election night isn't over as votes are still being counted across the country with some of those racist still painfully close the Georgia. Governor's race remains undecided. As we wait to hear if either Brian camp or Stacy Adams got the fifty percent or more they would need to avoid a runoff election. The court there has Abrahams trailing camp by less than one half a percent. And a federal judge has ordered to delay in the certification of Georgia's election results expressing concern about the state's voter registration system, and Mr. Kemp's handling of provisional ballots Kemp supervised the election in which he's now fighting to be governor in the Florida governor's race. Democrat Andrew gillum is also less than a half percent behind Republican Ron to Santa's Florida law requires a recount in any race that close. So a recount is underway. As is the recount in the too close to call Florida's Senate seat up for grabs in that race. The lead is less than two tenths of a point for Republican. Rick, Scott and democrat incumbent Bill Nelson. If those raises are not settled by three o'clock this afternoon. Florida law demands a recount by hand of the ballots that were over voted or under voted and over voted. Ballot includes at least one race in which the voter chose more than one candidate and under voted ballot is one on which the voter appears to have skipped certain races. Not voting for anyone in that office. Both kinds of sloppy voting are fairly typical especially in places with ballots that are poorly designed Broward County, Florida is one of those places. The disputed Senate race was buried near the bottom of the page underneath a long column of instructions there are at least thirty three thousand over and under votes to be re counted in Florida's Senate and gubernatorial races and well over one hundred thousand. Such ballots three recounted in the race for Florida agriculture Commissioner the hand count..

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"The race to be governor of Georgia is one of the tightest in the midterms in the United States, and it is one of the most controversial now in the final hours of that race. Another firestorm has erupted over the integrity of the voting system on the weekend. Brian Kemp who is running for the Republicans launched an investigation into alleged hacking of the voter registration system by the state's Democrats. And Mr. Kemp is also Georgia's secretary of state who oversees elections, the Democrats are crying foul, and so are some voting rights attorneys. David d cross is a lawyer suing the state of Georgia over its election. Rules, we reach Mr. cross in Washington. Mr. cross what exactly is Brian Kemp's office accusing the Democrats of doing. Well, unfortunately, it's unclear exactly what he's accusing them of. Because he's not provided any details or any evidence of any kind of hacking by anyone the Democratic Party or otherwise, the statements that he's put out over the last couple of days have evolved and shifted in inconsistent ways. But it looks down to a claim that information he received from his lawyers suggested to him that there was some sort of hacking by the Democratic Party. Of course, I know that to be untrue because I'm the one who provided information to his council a Saturday afternoon. Okay. This is this going to that where do the allegations come from? Then the allegations came from a Georgia voter who was on the my voter page. Yeah. And I did a fighter potential -bility that would allow anyone to access registration information for any voter potentially. Even alter that information into we conveyed that to the FBI and to Kim's office on Saturday. So you. You were the ones that you forward to this Email, and I send it to to the FBI. They looked at it for cyber security issues. Then they forward it to Mr. Kemp's office. Yes, that's correct. And also alerted DHS. And what did Mr. can't do with the information forwarded? I don't know what he's done with that. They have not responded to us further at all indicate that there's any ongoing investigation. I know as disaster noon, they still have not contacted, Mr. right? Who is Richard Reid is the guy who identified this Boehner ability to us divided. His contact information to Kim's office on Saturday. No one is contacted him. So so far, there's no indication that any investigation has Kurd understanding that these charges have hacking that he is saying that the Democrats were attempted some packing that the the source of this comes from an Email that you forward it to them about alerting about a possible data-breach. Yeah. I mean, that's what they're saying. But it's hard to draw a line between the dots. Kemp wants to draw because again, give formation we conveyed to the FBI Kim's office had nothing to do with the Democratic Party. We didn't talk to Democratic Party. We weren't involved with the Democratic Party. Neither as Mr. right, not affiliated with them at all. And so for him to say that he obtained information from his lawyers that supported investigation into hacking by the Democratic Party. Just just doesn't jive with the facts is he possibly referring to something else that you've not seen is that possible. I can't speak to what as referring to. Because he won't tell anyone the only thing that I'm aware of is Mr. right did contact the Democratic Party on Saturday morning as well as another avenue to get his concerns to the proper authorities and released from the emails that I've seen that were released by the Democratic Party. They did nothing more than pass along. They simply forwarded the information for Mr. right on to you folks -ffiliated with the secretary of state's office, including secretary Kemp's cybersecurity expert when he Lee who is a professor that serves on the safe commission, specifically for election security purposes..

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On this twenty four th day of October six minutes past the hour and President Trump will get a briefing this afternoon by US officials returning from Turkey and Saudi Arabia. They are looking into the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi by Saudi agents. President Trump called the killing a total fiasco and says Saudi Arabia never should have thought about killing the Washington Post contributor saying quote, once they thought about it everything else. They did was too bad. Was bad to excuse me. President Trump repeating the denials by Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman that. He knew of the plot before it was carried out. Meanwhile, senators are urging the Trump administration to make an agreement with Mexico that would stop some of the seven thousand people travelling north from crossing the border Republicans Chuck Grassley, Mike Lee at third party agreement would require those asking for asylum to do so in their first country of arrival most in the caravan from Honduras and other Central American countries have said they're coming to the US to seek a better life, which wouldn't qualify them for asylum under US laws charges of voter suppression in counterclaims of encouraging illegal voting dominated the first debate between Democrats Abrahams and Republican Brian camp in the race for Georgia governor disputes over voting access took center stage Tuesday evenings debate, highlighting Abrahams historic bid to become the first black female governor in American history. Mr. Kemp secretary. States since twenty ten can you stand here tonight and say as overseer of our states elections, there is no attempt on your part or your campaigns part to suppress the minority vote that would likely benefit a minority candidate who you are in a statistical dead heat. According to recent polls, absolutely not and and voters should look at the numbers in this is all a distraction to take away from miss Abrams, the extreme agenda that she has. And this farce about voter suppression people being held up from being on the roles and being able to vote is absolutely not true. Anyone who is meets the requirements. That's on the pending list. All they have to do is do the same thing that you and I have to go to your polling location show. Your government I d in you can vote I only believe that those who have the legal eligibility to vote should cast a ballot. But I also understand that under under secretary. Kemp more. People have lost the right to vote in the state of Georgia. They've been purged. They've been surpassed. And they've been scared. This is a man who had someone arrested for helping her blind father cast a ballot. He raided the offices of organizations to stop them from registering voters that type of voter suppression feeds the narrative because suppression isn't only about blocking the vote is also about creating an atmosphere of fear making people worried that their votes won't count camp fired back citing a recent video clip in which Abrahams seem to say that undocumented immigrants were part of her coalition. She denied the allegation saying camp was twisting our words and a record of fighting to make it easier for legal citizens devote, how Wisconsin sheriff says some items were found during a search for clues into the disappearance of a thirteen year old girl whose parents were killed but they're still being assessed. And don't seem to be linked to the case, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says he will update the media on the investigation today yesterday, he thanked the two thousand volunteers who spent the day. Walking through marshes wooded areas and fields looking for anything that might lead to.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Coverage from DC. Here's Scott Slade. These headlines today Trump hits Saudis was sharpest criticism yet over kashogi, fetch detailed new surgeon illegal illegal immigration, and the GOP to help President Trump fill in the blanks on his mystery tax cut idea with President Trump continuing to talk about an October surprise tax cut proposal for the middle class a top Republican in congress said on Tuesday that he would work with the Trump administration in coming weeks to fill in the details of what might be in another tax cut plan. The president's suddenly started talking about this mystery tax cut on Saturday and kept talking about it the last two days while offering up no details. Other than the headline which is a ten percent tax cut for the middle class. Mr. Trump keeps saying the details could be unveiled as soon as next week. But given that no one knows anything about the fine print the details of this plan might depend more on whether. The Republicans keep control of both the house and Senate in November at the latest illegal immigration Jamie Dupree's. Take Justice the president Houston. The illegal immigrant caravan in southern Mexico to blast Democrats over immigration that that's released new numbers which showed apprehensions by the border patrol of substantially both in September. And in the past fiscal year, by the way, the number of participants. In the caravan now somewhere in central Mexico has dropped from seven thousand to around three thousand last night's debate of the race for Georgia. Governor familiar acrimony over personal messy finances and voting this farce about voter suppression is absolutely not true. He raided the offices of organizations to stop them from registering voters. But if you're looking for a major dividing line on it issue between Brian campaign Stacey Abrams, look no further than healthcare. Unfortunately my opponent. Mr. Kemp does not have a plan for healthcare other than saying trust your insurance companies. He has said that he will protect preexisting conditions. However, his his previous records says he's voted against the. Protections and the Trump administration just yesterday approved the kind of innovation waivers that Mr Kim talks about which include allowing shoddy plans back into Georgia. Do not provide comprehensive care I'm the only candidate with a comprehensive proven solution. That is bipartisan and that will cover half a million and allow everyone to have access to the healthcare. They need brooms plan will make your current insurance plan illegal. It will not be allow you to choose your doctor, and she's going to raise your taxes to pay for it. And if you're on, Medicaid or Medicare this should scare you to death because in her book, she wrote that she wanted a single payer government healthcare plan, and she cut Medicaid and Medicare to pay for it. That is gonna also calls your taxes to.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"He raided the offices of organizations to stop them from registering voters that type of voter suppression feeds the narrative because hunter suppression isn't only about blocking the vote is also about creating an atmosphere of fear making people worried that their votes won't count as the next governor of Georgia. I will work with the secretary of state to ensure that there is no question that the right to vote in Georgia is not a privilege. It is. Indeed, a right that belongs to those were Georgia citizen. And I will work hard to make it. So Mr. camp would you like to just factually, not true? Seventy five percent of the people after you take out people that were pending like my seventeen and a half year old daughter was pinned on the pending list. When she turned eighteen she came off when you take off people that had registered that had a potential double nine or when you count people like Jesus from heaven street that are only list they are on the pending list. No one's keeping them from voting. Seventy five percent of the people are being held because of something that was pre cleared. Lou. The Obama Justice department because their social security number didn't match later used the online system that miss Abrams voted against they would not be having this issue. She is blaming me for a problem. This her grown created savings will give you a chance to responsibly. Do wanna get Mr. Mets involved here. You can expound on the initial question or have a particular. Question for you. You represent the libertarian party. Your polling far behind your two front runners here does the issue of possible voter suppression strike a nerve with you. And would you go as far as justifying the concerns of a lot of people out there that this race is being rigged? I feel as if it's much ado about nothing. The real issue here is if you look at the voter turnout for past elections. Less than sixty percent of the voters ever actually turn out. The most recent pew nationwide survey showed that forty percent of people identified as independence less than thirty percent of people identified as Republicans in less than thirty percent of identified as Democrats. The problem is that we don't have a third voice in government for independence to actually listen to you and to vote for so the whole thing about the voter suppression this and that, you know, they're they're trying to pull us apart and vote for one of the teams, they there are more people that are more interested in her hearing a third voice then voting for team rider team blew. So again, I don't think it's as large as an issues this being blown up to be. Lastly, I promised questions for all of you miss Abrams. This one is for you, and you can expound on that are answering this, but the pending applicants the fifty three thousand still have an opportunity to vote by law. Once their information is cleared digging trust that process, and if not how will you seek immediate intervention since. Your campaign stands to lose the most. I began by saying this is believe anyone who has submitted an eligible registration form should try to vote. If you're on the pending list absolutely going cast a ballot. But the reality is voter suppression is not simply about being told. No is about being told it's going to be hard to cast a ballot. And that's the deeper concern that I have because under his eight years of leadership. Mr. Kemp has created a atmosphere of fear around the right to vote in the state of Georgia. I've worked hard as a leader in the state. I did not vote against online registration. I loaded against hiding. Our judicial elections in primaries, which is what Republicans were doing to reduce turnout. I voted for absolutely protecting the right to vote and expanding that right to vote. I did it not only as a legislator. I did it as a private citizen who raised the money to make certain the least likely voters would have an opportunity to have their voices heard. And I stand by that work and a federal judge held Mr. Kemp accountable for the exact match system. In two thousand sixteen that is the same system. We're debating today whether it's fifty three thousand or five thousand or five Abrams, I saw in five Georgians are being denied the right or afraid of the right to vote. Guardians of the public dreicer camp. Thirty seconds. No one's being denied the right of the vote is never been easier to register in our state, if miss Abrams folks that she's registering with paper applications had used the online system, and we're using their state issued ID or their Georgia. They would not be having these problems the reason they're having these problems is because her canvassers didn't fill the form out correctly. They couldn't get the last four digits of the social security, right? That issue was pre cleared by the Obama Justice department. If you wanna blame somebody Bryant buying pro President Obama, we are following the law in Georgia. This has been going on for fifty years. And that is why we have a record number of people on the roles are seven million people that have correctly filled the form out, and she's blaming me for view that they couldn't do that. Or they simply don't exist. Fourteen percent of these people are. Held over from two thousand fourteen when she accused me of doing something we went to court, and we won on all ten counts out of fairness to our other panelists. They have questions as well. We're continuously asked me he didn't already seconds quickly, first and foremost in two thousand fourteen with the judge said was not that he acquitted Mr. camp, what he said was that there was no legal basis because he had no obligation to actually do his job in a timely fashion. That's because in the state of Georgia, you're not required to timely process applications, and it's very misleading to suggest otherwise. But the larger issue is this online voter registration works in communities that have broadband going back to Mr. Molloy's question. One of the things I would do is expand access to rural broadband because you can't do online voting communities where you can't get access to a cell phone or to a computer. Thank you very much. We'll continue with Frank Malloy us will be for all of you. How do you convince voters in central and South Georgia that you care about what they think that the what's best for the Atlanta metro areas. Best for Georgia philosophy won't hold true under your leadership will start with you. Well, we're going to start again with with industrial hemp allowing farmers to grow a crop. That can give them a cash crop. That actually is something that's important that can save the environment that can save the soil cetera et cetera. Is the first step to prove to the farmers in rural Georgia that we care about them. The other thing is we can we can do all sorts of things with. Table farm-to-table distribution systems. We seven counties in Georgia that don't even have a grocery store. You know, the thing is we need to be encouraging agriculture and getting them to actually grow food rather than just the big cash crops, the monocultures that they're doing which is destroying the crop land. Another thing that we can do for rural Georgia is actually do a rural broadband based on long range WI fi it's cheap. Simple. It can be co located with the cell phone towers. We can also allow nurses and. Pry practitioners to write prescriptions. And we can also use telemedicine to make rural Georgians get better healthcare. And that's about all I have to say, thank you. And you're right on time with appreciate that very much Ellen Lopez. You get the next question miss Abrams, seventy five percent of Georgia voters favor. Expanding medicaid. That's according to an AJC poll from January, you said that you want to expand the program on day one how likely is that with a Republican state legislator? Legislature? And how would you be able to see that on day one or even during your first year in office? So what I've said is that my day one priority isn't Medicaid, I've been through eleven legislative sessions. I know it takes a little bit longer than one day. But I will say this having worked across the aisle having worked with Democrats and Republicans I know that we all care about two families one of our core values, and I know that we do not wanna see more rural hospitals close. And fortunately, there's only one solution in the state of Georgia despite the most misleading information from my opponent. I am not promoting anything other than a program that has been proven to be bipartisan governor Mike Pence expanded Medicaid. We know that it works. We know that it is bipartisan solution that will help cover half a million Georgians will create fifty six thousand jobs will cost us approximately two hundred and fifty million dollars will draw down three billion dollars. And will help stabilize rural economies. There is no other solution. Now my opponent is going to say something about innovation waivers. But the reality is that those innovation. Waivers are shoddy plans that have been dismissed by most states and will allow pre existing conditions to once again, not be covered in the state of Georgia. Georgia governor's debate is much Greg. You have the next question. I started our campus kind of follow up your six hundred million dollar teacher pay raise proposal would account for more than two thirds of the typical revenue growth. So where do you cut or raise new revenue to make that a reality? Well, I'm I'm really proud of my education plan giving teachers a pay raise investment in public education, a robust school safety plan. I can assure you that. A la- providing a school counselor in every high school to deal with behavioral health issues. Given one time grants of thirty thousand dollars to our local schools every public school in the state to SCO to secure our schools and keep our children safe. Nothing is more important than that to me than than that being a father of three teenage daughters. But look we have all this accounted for unlike my opponent who wants to take the same bucket of money this out there through revenue and growth and give it to several different pots, we're only offering it to what we can afford. That's why have a spending cap proposal. So that we can lower taxes next year also pay per school teacher pay raise plan in our school safety plan, and we've accumulated and accounted for that in the budget through natural growth that we've had in this great economy in an effort to quickly tackle, some of the other important issues to Georgia. I'd like to give the other two candidates twenty seconds. To respond to the issue of education. What's important to each of you in terms of reforming education for our state. This will begin with you. Well, furtive to begin with. We have an overload of administrators over about ten thousand administrators one hundred and ten thousand teachers and one point seven million students we can reduce the number of administrators and then actually take the teachers to start teaching to the student rather than teaching to a test. Thank you so much MS Abrams, twenty seconds on your education plan..

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:31 min | 3 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Can you be trusted to manage the state budget? Given that he invoked me in his rebuttal. If I may respond. I very proudly take care of my parents, my niece, and my grandmother. I know that you can defer your taxes, but you cannot defer cancer treatment payments for your father, I owed taxes to the federal government. And I pay those taxes I'm on a payment plan. I am current. And I have never walked away from responsibilities more than that. Every time. I found out that there is a challenge. I've quickly responded. I've never had to be sued to do my job. And so I would say that my responsive, and this is proof that I am not only a strong leader. But I have the right priorities. Georgia values that say put family first and take care of all of your locations. I've never shirked my responsibilities at never will Mr. Abrahams. Thank you so much. It is your turn to ask a question. If you don't mind state people name me in the regional question that I'd never got to rub robot too because he also nine MRs Abrahams. So she she had a chance to respond directly to him. We'll give you twenty seconds, Mr. K. I don't think that's correct for you to do that you you you need moving. Stacey Abrams has the floor right now. We are giving you twenty seconds to respond. Okay. Well, both all of these things they said or not true. I would encourage Jordan's to look at the record. We have more voters on the role the one I took office created the process for overseas. Military ballots to be delivered electronically. We have made it easier to vote in hard to cheat in just because miss Abrams thousand a floss thoughts lawsuit or the new Georgia project. It doesn't mean it's right. And we defeated that in two thousand fourteen time now, and you will have time to respond to your closing arguments as well as Abrams you have the floor. You are to ask Mr. camp. A question certainly Mr. camp, you have placed fighting, drug trafficking gangs and rural communities one of your top priorities. We know now that more than three thousand local law enforcement are on food stamps due to low pay in their communities when asked about taking action as governor you refuse to take responsibility. Saying that it is. Not a state issue that it should be left to the counties and local government. My question is this. Why is it not the governor's responsibility to ensure that law enforcement officers protecting our state are paid a living wage? Well, thank you for that question. I'm glad to respond to it. The state government has responded under governors deal leader governor deals leadership and I'm proud to have his support in this campaign. He is increased state patrol play pay other state law enforcement, folks, including individuals in the secretary of state's office, and that is the duty of the state not of the county government. Unlike my opponent who has the using the same pot of money to pay everybody, everything your taxes will go up thirteen thousand dollars per person to pay for that that is era spots as governor. I wouldn't take part in that in that is what I've got a plan to. Implemented spending cap, so we can continue to low tax have low taxes and have good paying jobs in our state that is what will increase pay at the county level and for local law enforcement Abrahams. Would you like to respond once again, my Ponant, Mr. Kemp is being misleading and using cherry picked information, local law enforcement doesn't deed held responsibility. It's our county sheriff's that are pulling over these folks in rural counties. It's our local police officers who are on food stamps because they don't have access to what they need. And no one in the state is more outraged by drug trafficking than I am my younger brother fights daily, an addiction that is fed by these traffickers, but I will never ask law enforcement to do something without standing with them and making sure they can put food on their tables while we ask them to protect our families. Thank you, Mr. Abrahams. We now go back to Mr. Kemp to ask Stacey Abrams question. Well, as you know in a recent video you called on illegals. To vote for you in this election. I was actually shocked. I had watched that video twice. It clearly shows that you were asking for undocumented and documented folks to be part of your winning strategy. So my question is why are you encouraging people to break the law for you in this election. Mr. camp, you are very aware that I know the laws of Georgia when it comes to voting. In fact, I am one of the foremost expert in the state on expansion of voting rights, and I have never in my life asked for anyone who is legally eligible to vote to be able to cast a ballot. Would I've asked for is that you allow those who are legally eligible to vote to allow them to cast their ballots. And in fact, we took you to court in two thousand sixteen and a federal judge said that you legally cancelled thirty four thousand registrations you use the exact same system the exact match system that is under dispute right now. Now, I realize that in the next response you're going to say that it's a function of my organization because you're tendency is to blame everyone else for the mistakes that. You make my responsibility as a leader is to see a problem and try to solve it. When I saw that we had eight hundred thousand unregistered people color in the state of Georgia. I started an organization that has reached into every county and increase those registrations. When I saw the people being unlawfully denied the right to vote I worked to make certain that we held you accountable. And as the next governor of Georgia, I will continue to do my job to make certain that every legally eligible vote gets cast gets counted MS Abrams. Thank you, Mr. camp. Would you like to respond? Well, thankfully, the truth. Here is very simple, Jordan should simply Google the clip watch what she says, you'll know that she's talking about this election and talking about illegals voting for her in this election. They filed a lawsuit to do that which which she mentioned, but even the ice enforcement director under the Obama administration said that she should drop out of this race because of encouraging illegals to vote in this election. That is outrageous. She knows that that is criminal. If you watch the videos yourself, you will see it firsthand mister met would you like to weigh in here out of all fairness, well out of all fairness, I would like to say that. No Stacey Abrams takes money from donors for the third sector development on the new Georgia project to do a function that essentially anyone else could even the people themselves could go online to register to vote. They could get a ride to go and register to vote, but the thing is, you know, she also uses that influence with other. Five oh, one C three organizations to actually do phone banking, voter drives, really. Specifically for her campaign, and that's a violation of five. Oh, one C three charters excuse me. I have to injure thought there, MS Abrahams. Would you like to respond the Georgia governor's race? Unfortunately, my mister Mets is very confused about what is at stake. My campaign the aprons for Georgia campaign operates as a separate organization. I'm no longer responsible for or involved in the new Georgia project. I have never failed to meet my responsibilities as a tax attorney with a specialty in tax exempt organization law. I very carefully followed the law and ensure that we never cross any lines. And we only work for the public good. I'm running for governor. Because I recognize that that public good has that happened with public and private partnerships. And I've worked hard to make certain that the nonprofit sector the public sector and the private sector worked Georgia's, and we're all out of time. Would you like to end the RAB with rebuttal, Mr. Kemp? Well, I mean, I think I've already rebutted the question I asked her. I don't believe moving onto Ted Mets. Then please ask your question of Brian Kim. Okay. Mr. camp, an independent watchdog group has documented over ten serious ethical concerns against Representative Abrahams, and they filed ethics complaints. These include issues such as using campaign resources to sell her books for personal profit reimbursing yourself eighty four thousand dollars in campaign funds without disclosing where the money went an accurate financial disclosures. Someone that of of that ethical qualification really be elected as governor. Well, I certainly share your concerns on the things that you mentioned appreciate that question. I would say what's more concerning is miss Abrams being a tax attorney is her not paying her taxes while she took the opportunity to lung her campaign fifty thousand dollars instead of doing that. I don't think I could get away with that. I don't think mister Mets can get away with that. And the people of Georgia couldn't get away with that. And when you're putting. Politics overpaying the government the taxes. You think? I think that does make you unfit to be governor. And that's why even in tough times, violent recession. Invest in a in a tough business deal where the company has someone some money, my wife, and I have always paid our taxes. That's what we do is Jordan's us the county gov-, I'll be staying with integrity, and the people of the state to honor the good money that they're sending us to spend it wisely. Budget conservatively the cut taxes in the future? Not raise them like miss Abrams. Let's give MS Abrahams a chance to respond once again are being very misleading in two thousand five Hurricane Katrina, hit my family, my parents lost their church, and they lost most of their income. I stepped up and became their primary source of income. And for the last fifteen years, I have taken responsibility for my parents in two thousand fifteen in.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on KOMO

"On the 4's currently the first avenue south bridge disclosed a vehicle traffic bora marine crossing give that just a few more minutes and in tacoma pond the northbound highway 167 ramp from i5 we have a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane state patrol is on the scene there you're next report at twelve fifty four i'm jay phillips on komo news good morning everybody will start today off on a rather chilly note on the 20s for an awful lot of folks her watch out for the roads still going to be kind of slick here and we also have concerns about air stagnation it's not real good on that counts of we'll be watching that closely as the day proceeds so when will this change right away but i think the first part of next week we see some signs of change we'll keep you posted and the komo weather center i'm steve pool a writer director yunan komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven reporting the news understanding than three women who have accused president drop of sexual misconduct are now calling for congress to investigate the president denies all the accusations they say no one cared the first time said three women itqs president trump of sexual misconduct went public once again hoping this time congress will investigate rachel crooks was at trump tower receptionist when she says twelve years ago she introduced herself to the billionaire businessman and he began kissing her mr kemp repeatedly kissed cheeks and ultimately my lips in an encounter that has since impacted my life well beyond the initial occurrence jessica lead says she was on a first class flight to new york back in the 1980s when he groped her when he put his started put his hand up my skirt and and that was the last time i wore skirt travelling and samantha hold these says donald trump inappropriately inspected miss usa contestants before two thousand in six pageant these dreams never included a man coming.

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"mr. kemp" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mr. kemp" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

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