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"mulroy" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Deball. That's literally like you. I look pretty, I talk one of my and I vote one hell of a drag show, and I am the show host of the atomic rose. So I would say that my drag persona is kind of the intersection between miss piggy, Dolly Parton and Mr. Rogers. It's somebody order a giant angry woman. Most of what I do is classic southern drag. Big hair, big, flashy gowns, ballads, and just a general good time and some southern charm. Whatever happens, we are queer people, we are very strong, and we go rise. And if this is not somebody seen just so we're all clear. As a drag queen on stage, you're going by Bella de ball, this sort of female character. How do you identify offstage? Yeah, I'll stage I'm non binary. I use they them pronouns. Right. What was your reaction then to this law being passed? I wish I could say that I was surprised when we heard the legislation introduced. I feared that living in such a red state, it would probably pass and that the governor would indeed sign it. We're one of 19 states that are currently looking at such legislation and I was hoping we would not be the first, but look at us out here pioneering. You may have incorrectly heard that this bill bans drag shows and Tennessee. It does no such thing. What the bill does is simply say that if you're going to perform any type of sexually explicit adult oriented entertainment, you can't have kids around. That's all it does. My initial reaction to this was a lot of fear, a lot of anger and we were worried. We were worried about our livelihood. Is there a sense of how it would affect an act like yours or any of these acts in town? Because it's rather ambiguous language. I mean, is there a sense of what would actually happen in a given scenario? Yeah, the language is so ambiguous because as you point out, it says that it's adult cabaret performances that appeal to prurient interest. And here in Tennessee prurient means a morbid or shameful interest in sex. And so the district attorney has here Steve mulroy in Memphis, made a statement that there is not a single drag show happening in this county that is in violation of this law. I think it's a solution in search of a problem. I think we've got so much on our plate right now that we should be focusing
"mulroy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A suspect is in custody and charges are pending in an edgewater murder. Northwestern herded here beat Ohio State 69 63. Northwestern will be facing produce Sunday at home. Hawks home for Arizona tomorrow night pregame at 7 nets beat the bulls and produce knocked off Iowa. Wrestling's both ways on the Kennedy are closed. Chicago police say they do have a person in custody and charges are pending. It is tied to a deadly stabbing last night on north Sheridan road. High at apologizing after turning away a group of unhoused who'd showed up to check in at one of our hotels in the west loop earlier this week, they had already paid $16,000 for a couple of weeks off the street. Multiple sources reporting tonight former vice president Mike Pence has been subpoenaed by the special counsel, leading investigations into all of the events that led up to the January 6th riot at the capitol. And the DA and Shelby county Tennessee is going to review all the cases involving the 5 former Memphis cops have been charged in the death of Tyree Nichols. The DA Steve mulroy says closed and pending cases would be reviewed, but he did not say how many are involved. The forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, Wendy and colder some brave showers.
"mulroy" Discussed on WTOP
"Aaron. Teddy gellman is our producer. The top story we're following, we are learning more about the metro worker whom police say stepped in to try to stop a gunman at the Potomac avenue station. 64 year old Robert Cunningham was shot and killed while trying to protect a woman who was being confronted by the shooter yesterday morning police say, people who knew Cunningham say he is a hero. D.C. police have identified the shooter as 31 year old Isaiah troutman from southeast. The shooting happened yesterday at Potomac avenue station, 64 year old Robert Cunningham, a metro mechanic, was killed, Cunningham's neighbor, Mary wellens speaking with NBC four. I see that man come and go every day to work every day. He pulls in with our truck. And to think that he left and he didn't come back. Three others were injured. Police say the shooting started with an argument on a metro bus, Mariel Bowser. I just want to send my deep condolences to the metro family. German is now facing several charges, including first degree murder, and kidnapping. Melissa Howell WTO penis. The city of Memphis is expected to release additional video footage relating to the police beating of Tyree Nichols. Shelby county DA Steven mulroy talked about the additional evidence with CNN's Wolf Blitzer. There's a lot of footage. Maybe as much as 20 hours and some of it, I think maybe more relevant because of the audio and then a lot of it depicts things that take place after the beating is already occurred and people are sort of talking afterwards and even after the ambulance takes mister Nichols away. Exactly when that unseen video will be released publicly will be up to Memphis city officials and the Memphis police department. For the second time this week, hate related graffiti has turned up at Gaithersburg high school, a racial slur has been found scratched onto a locker and we're learning that days earlier a swastika was found in a classroom at the same school. The principal at Gaithersburg high is encouraging parents to talk to their kids about the weight that intolerable symbols, words, and actions carry with them. Last week, swastikas were also found scrawled on student desk desks at Bethesda Chevy Chase and magruder high schools in addition last month, someone to face the entrance to Walt Whitman high with an anti semitic message. Prince William county schools is proposing a 5% pay increase from any school workers. Superintendent latanya mcdade made the proposal at last night's school board meeting, CFO John wallingford says this is just one example of how they're investing in student learning. These are some of the highlights of the work that this board has done to really address some of the major issues on teacher pay. We've also poured more money into the classrooms than has ever been poured into school history. The proposed budget would also include investments in special education assistance, full-time instructional coaches and three new pre-K classes. Virginia's Republican attorney general, Jason miara, says he does not approve of prosecuting women who are seeking an abortion. Speaking at the annual Virginia March for life, miara says abortion rights opponents should instead focus on supporting the work of charities that help struggling mothers. Speakers addressed a crowd of about 1500 enrichment and celebrated the Supreme Court's decision overturning roe V wade. They encouraged attendees to mobilize and press elected officials to do more to limit abortion access in Virginia. State lawmakers are debating a range of restrictions this session, but little is likely to pass because of the politically divided General Assembly. In punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. They're saying wake up still, they woke up the groundhog punxsutawney Phil at gobbler's knob and he has rendered his annual prediction. I see a shadow on my stage. And so no matter how you measure, it's 6 more weeks of winter weather. Oh no. Yeah, so
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Cops Are Humans Too
"We need to show the world what lessons we can learn from this tragedy district attorney mulroy, said during the press conference, in which the charges were announced, but perhaps the lesson is simply this. Policing is a human endeavor, and is therefore subject to the shortcomings of the human condition. Which means that some people, cups included, will sometimes act out of malevolence. Okay? How do I know that this guy is not on the left? Because what he said is thoughtful. That's how I know. It's as simple as that. For some police critics, this reality is unsatisfactory, exactly right. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, for example, decried via Twitter, the effort to separate the officers who murdered Tyree Nichols from the system of policing that produced them. Well, I'll tell you, I would be willing to look into the system of policing that produced them. Or the best people applying to be police, or has the left made it a normal suicidal act. Or potentially suicidal act. To be a policeman.
KCBS All News
"mulroy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Members of the community say action shouldn't stop there. So the most level gang unit, the organized crime unit, all work under the same umbrella as a scorpion unit, and they all be disbanded as well. You know, there have been scattered reports of abuses by the scorpion unit. District attorney Steve mulroy credited Memphis police chief CJ Davis for taking decisive action. I mean, if there are 5 different individuals acting that way, you have to wonder whether there's a problem of culture. Nichols family attorney Ben crump wonders about the same thing. It's this culture that says it doesn't matter whether the police officers are black Hispanic or white that it is somehow allowed for you to tramp on the constitutional rights of certain citizens. Crop appeared on CNN. Iran's defense ministry says one of its factories has been attacked by drones, no word on who was behind the attack, although Iran and Israel of long engaged in a shadow war. Novak Djokovic is won the tenth Australian tennis open. It was a hard fought clash Stefano sits made Novak Djokovic feel the pressure and run around the court, both made forced errors, but in the end Djokovic won 6 three 7 6 7 6 after tiebreakers. Last year's Visa debacle made tough. Not playing last year coming back this year. This is CBS News. Nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage, liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Liberty Mutual Insurance. You know, it's true, difficult times have a way of focusing us. We have to think about what matters most when it comes to our spending, our healthcare, no doubt. This is why so many people are
"mulroy" Discussed on WTOP
"Members of the community say action shouldn't stop there. So the most level gang unit, the organized crime unit, all work under the same umbrella as a scorpion unit, and I'll be disbanded as well. You know, there have been scattered reports of abuses by the scorpion unit. District attorney Steve mulroy credited Memphis police chief CJ Davis for taking decisive action. I mean, if there are 5 different individuals acting that way, you have to wonder whether there's a problem of culture. Nichols family attorney Ben crump wonders about the same thing. Is this culture that says it doesn't matter whether the police officers are black Hispanic or white that it is somehow allowed for you to tramp on the constitutional rights of certain citizens crap appeared on CNN. Iran's defense ministry says one of its factories has been attacked by drones, no word on who was behind the attack, although Iran and Israel of long engaged in a shadow war. Novak Djokovic has won the tenth Australian tennis open. It was a hard fought clash stefanos sits made Novak Djokovic feel the pressure and run around the court, both made forced errors, but in the end, Djokovic won 6 three 7 6 7 6 after tiebreakers. Last year's Visa debacle made tough. Not playing last year coming back this year. This is CBS News. Nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage, liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Liberty Mutual Insurance
"mulroy" Discussed on WTOP
"WTO producer's desk is wired by IBW local 26. Where electrical contractors come to grow. Good afternoon, I'm sandy cosell, Luke lucrative is our producer. The top stories we're following for you today, the scorpion unit of the Memphis place department has been permanently deactivated. The 5 terminated officers charged with second degree murder for the beating that resulted in the death of Tyree Nichols were part of that special unit. Shelby county DA Steve mulroy says he agrees with the decision made by the Memphis police chief. There have been scattered reports of abuses by the scorpion unit, and then nationally, some of these quick swarm suppression specialty units sometimes can lead to over aggressive tactics. His comments came in an interview with news nation. Demonstrations nationwide are calling for police reform, especially after Memphis officials on Friday release graphic footage from the traffic stop that showed the police beating of Tyree Nichols. Nichols died three days after the violent encounter. Attorney Ben crump is representing the Nichols family. An ABC's this week, he talked about how the family's doing. It's still very emotional. His mother is having problems sleeping. But she continues to pray with the understanding as she believes in her heart, Tyree was sent here for an assignment and that dare is going to be greater good that comes from this tragedy. On the video, Nichols can be heard calling for his mom during the violent encounter with police that occurred on January 7th. It's three 33. New Hampshire governor Chris sununu, a Republican, spent some time on CNN this morning, responding to speculation that he may run for president in 2024. Oh, I don't have a timeline. I mean, obviously folks are talking about, but I really don't have a timeline. I was trying to get a lot of time naturally trying to grow the party. He ultimately told CNN's Dana bash on State of the Union that he is considering a run. The new Speaker of the House, California Republican Kevin McCarthy says he'll be meeting with President Biden this week to talk about the debt ceiling. Well, we're going to meet this Wednesday. I know the president said he didn't want to have any discussions, but I think it's very important that our whole government is designed to find compromise. I want to find a reasonable and responsible way that we can lift the debt ceiling, but take control of this runaway spending. McCarthy appeared on CBS's face the nation. Classified documents, mishandled by the current and former presidents and a former vice president, was a topic of discussion on the Sunday morning talk shows. The two leaders of the Senate intelligence committee, democratic chairman Mark Warner and Republican vice chairman Marco Rubio were on face the nation. I think this series
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Shelby County D.A. Calls for Reform Based on 'Lessons Learned'
"I really do appreciate what the Memphis district attorney said. About this case. This is the Shelby county Tennessee DA Steve mulroy. And I think his words are very, very powerful. We all want the same thing. We want justice for Tyree Nichols. It's my hope that if there is any silver lining to be drawn from this very dark cloud, it's that perhaps this incident can open a broader conversation about the need for police reform. The world is watching us and we need to show the world what lessons we can learn from this tragedy. Those are really poignant words and appropriate and necessary. I agree that we should have a we could have a conversation about police reform. I am pro police, you know what I'm not doing this show. I spend time on Gallagher's heroes the fallen officer fund, which is our charitable foundation. We assist the families of police officers who have been killed in the line of duty because too many police officers are killed in the line of duty. We publish the first responders Bible, which distributes a King James Bible and a spiritual fitness manual to first responders all over the country. I proudly stand with police officers. But I don't think there's much dispute that 5 police officers shouldn't beat a guy to death. Now, I haven't seen the video yet. Most of us haven't. We're going to find out in a few hours, but I'm told it's really bad. It's really awful.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mulroy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hope will happen is that this will spark a broader conversation about how we can change that culture, how we can improve supervision on the part of the police within the police and also independently, like for example, civilian review boards. I think what Ben crumb says there's a lot of merit to it. I think that can be true at the same time. It can also be true that most police are people of good faith. DA Steve mulroy spoke on CBS mornings. Russian shelling has killed at least ten Ukrainian civilians and wounded 20 others in a day, according to the office of Ukraine's president today's casualties included the deaths of two civilians in the southern city of kursa and two more in eastern Ukraine's Donetsk province. Democratic California congressman Adam Schiff is running for dianne Feinstein Senate seat. I think our democracy is at a very fragile point, and I think it's very fragile because for all too many Americans, the economy just hasn't been working. People are working harder than ever and still struggling to put food on the table to keep a roof over their head. Feinstein repeatedly declined to announce her plans, but Democrats expect the 89 year old Senate veteran to step down. Live in the Bloomberg and Iraqi broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries, Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg, tomball. I got hate mail from Kansas City yesterday. He says you're not focused on chiefs. You're all eagles forty-niners and the quarterback for the Bengals with the light time. They play. They play championship games in Kansas City like every year. This is like their 47th straight before the Super Bowl game, right? Why are they dominant? Well, they've always, well, this year, yeah, mahomes. And now you can put again, you got to worry about, he got injured and I know when it happened, it was a high ankle sprain, and usually a high ankle sprain. For a while. Yeah, usually at least three weeks, but he came back in last weekend's game and according to what the chiefs are saying, he has been practicing this week. So we'll see. But the Bengals got their number. I'm fascinated by that. I mean, the chiefs of the most dominant team since time began, right? And yet the Bengals beat them and whip them like three zero whatever all the girl was a quarterback. Yeah, he is. I know a fantasy owner who was so stupid that he traded Joe burrow. Really? For Aaron Rodgers. The same person who traded Babe Ruth back in the day. Yeah, this is going to be a great weekend, folks for football. She spangles who? Come on. Bengals. Bengals? Michael Barr. Bloomberg business of sports with some really good work recently red and green on the screen. Stay with us. This is Bloomberg. From New York
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mulroy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Katya demetri Eva, thanks so much for talking with me today. Thanks so much. When we come back, how economists decide when a recession has arrived. Never miss an episode, subscribe on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. I'm Wes kosova, and this is Bloomberg. This is the boulevard real estate report. I'm do these Pellegrini. Housing demand could pick up this spring if mortgage rates don't spike higher. Redfin says the number of people wanting home tours is showing signs of picking up again. And bidding wars are back in markets, including Seattle, central, Florida. And Richmond, Virginia. But even as demand picks up some concern on the back end, the Federal Reserve has said it wants to get out of the business of investing in those mortgage backed securities. And Doug Duncan chief economist at Fannie Mae says if other fixed income investors don't jump in as the FedEx is the supply of money for mortgages could dry up. If they don't invest, there's no cash. And Doug says the mortgage market could become more volatile. It's one thing to have institutional investors who have a long view of the market and the economic cycles don't affect their thinking very much. But if you go to an investor group that has a more short time frame, you may see something different. And that's the Bloomberg real estate report. I'm Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg radio is where you are if live business news and market headlines from anywhere. 24 hours a day. Via your mobile device. Listen to the iHeartRadio app. Tune in. The Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg dot com. Major U.S. cities are bracing for violence ahead of potential unrest following the release of the video of the interaction between Memphis police and Tyree Nichols. Nichols of black man died in the hospital days after a January 7th traffic stop involving 5 Memphis police officers who are also black. The officers involved in the incident are facing murder charges shall be county district attorney Steve mulroy. Second degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, official misconduct through unauthorized exercise of power. Video and audio footage recorded on the day of the attack on Paul Pelosi in San Francisco is set to be released Friday. That's according to the San Francisco superior court. Ukraine is turning its attention to getting fighter jets from NATO countries, speaking to CNBC and adviser to Ukraine's defense minister confidently said quote we will get F-16s. I'm Brian schuch. And I'm Brian Curtis sin Hong Kong. Let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories and the markets. Japan and the Netherlands are sent to join the U.S. in crimping China's access to semiconductor equipment. Sources say the three companies are on the verge of forging a powerful alliance. It's expected to undercut China's ambitions to build its own chip capabilities. Talks could conclude as soon as today. The U.S. economy grew at a 2.9% annualized pace in the fourth quarter that is down from 3.2% in the third quarter. It may be the mild slowdown that the fed wants to see as it attempts to tame inflation. However, some economists see trouble ahead. One is Lindsey piegza, chief economist at Stifel. I think we are teetering towards a recession. Now, of course, the fourth quarter number does look pretty good, particularly against the backdrop of an even stronger rise in the third quarter. But when we look at what's happening with the consumer, which is the backbone of the U.S. economy, we are seeing a clear loss of momentum. And without the consumer happy and healthy out in the marketplace, we simply can not expect to maintain positive growth, let alone more robust growth, similar to what we saw this morning. So I do think that as the fed continues to raise rates, savings are depleted, real income remains negative, fiscal support, fades. There is going to be an additional burden on the consumer that leads us into or near negative growth. Lindsey P exit from Stifel, Intel has given one of the gloomiest quarterly forecasts in its history, the shares down about 10% in late trading, Bloomberg's mandate sing on why. I think really what it comes down to is the PC demand has fallen off the clip. We've seen volumes being down 25 to 30%. And the fact that Intel's revenue was down 36% just goes to show there is some pricing pressure, as well as their channel partners who are working through their inventory. It may take them much longer because of the demand weakness and we know Intel's two main segments are client and data center. So climbed is where they still have the over 90% share print. I mean, there isn't much to talk about in terms of positives. But to me, the only silver lining was a server actually doing better than consensus expectations. Bloomberg's men deep sing. 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Bloomberg Radio New York
"mulroy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. The video of the interaction between Memphis police and Tyree Nichols is set to be released sometime after 6 p.m. central time Friday. Shelby county district attorney general Steve mulroy said Thursday that to his knowledge it will be a mix of body camera video and sky cop video with some of it redacted. The attorneys for some of the X Memphis police officers involved in the violent arrest of Nichols say the officers are in shock. Blake balin attorney for X Memphis officer Desmond mills junior says his client is upset. It's put on a very strong facade, but I know underneath it all. This is causing him and his family. A lot of anxiety. Nichols, a black man died in the hospital days after a January 7th traffic stop involving the police officers who are also black. Video and audio footage recorded on the day of the attack on Paul Pelosi in San Francisco is set to be released Friday, according to the San Francisco superior court the evidence will be made available to accredited media members. A judge ruled Wednesday that the district attorney's office must make the materials public. New government figures show the U.S. economy is slowing but still growing. Rory O'Neill reports the latest gross domestic product numbers show the American consumer is holding on to their wallet, cutting personal spending in the fourth quarter of 2022. Still, the government reports say the economy grew at 2.9% in the fourth quarter, slightly better than the 2.8% that was expected. Economists are still split on the economic forecast for 2023, fearing a recession while still hoping for that soft landing. The air travel system is stressed to the max. That's what United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby told CNN following a series of recent air travel mishaps across the U.S.. Kirby said operations in the industry are strained across the board, whether it's security pilots or FAA staffing and systems. I'm Brian shook. The FDA has confirmed its working with the World Health Organization to probe the deaths of children linked to contaminated cough syrups in New Delhi, Neha poonia reports. The FDA says there's no indication that these cough syrups are available for sale in America, but for now it's asking people to only buy those medicines that are made for sale in the U.S.. These products were found to have unacceptable limits of toxins and the problem now look after the raw materials used to make these cough syrups by 6 companies in India and Indonesia and whether they are linked in any way. Salt Lake City officials are denying accusations that a heavy equipment operator scooped up a homeless woman and placed her in a dumpster earlier this week, the incident reportedly happened Tuesday as the city was conducting a homeless camp cleanup. The woman claimed she was in a tent when she was scooped up and dropped in the dumpster. The director of homeless policy and outreach for the city tells KST UTV the claim was investigated and no evidence was found to support it. Former child star Lance Kerwin is dead at the age of 62, Michael kasner reports
AP News Radio
DA: 5 Memphis cops 'all responsible' for Tyre Nichols' death
"Law enforcement officials in Memphis are blasting the 5 fired police officers who've been charged with murder in the beating death of a black motorist earlier this month. The head of the Tennessee bureau of investigation says the traffic stop that resulted in Tyree Nichols death in no way reflected proper policing. This was wrong. This was criminal. And director David rausch and WMC TV says. Frankly, I'm shocked. I'm sickened. Shelby county district attorney Steve mulroy says all 5 officers are being charged with second degree murder. Kidnapping and other violations. In the brutal beating that took place after Nichols was pulled over, pepper sprayed, fled, and then caught again, and allegedly beaten for several minutes. The actions of all of them resulted in the death of Tyree Nichols, and they are all responsible. Mulroy says he'll release the police videos of the traffic stop Friday evening, hoping. Perhaps this incident can open a broader conversation about the need for police reform. Lawyers for two of the officers charged say they're still waiting to see more evidence in the case and that their clients are very upset. I'm Jackie Quinn
"mulroy" Discussed on WTOP
"By Liberty Mutual Insurance. I'm Monica rixon, New York, 5 former police officers are behind bars and facing some pretty serious charges in the death of Tyree Nichols, who died earlier this month after a violent traffic stop in Memphis. Shelby county DA Steve mulroy ran through the laundry list of charges against them. Second degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, resulting in bodily injury, aggravated kidnapping involving the possession of a weapon. Official misconduct through unauthorized exercise of power. Official misconduct through failure to act when there is a duty imposed by law, and official oppression. Nichols family praised these charges, they want justice and reform to make sure it doesn't happen again. An extremist who killed 8 people in a bike path in New York City back in 2017 has been convicted of federal charges and could now face the death penalty. Prosecutors say he was inspired by ISIS. Police officers hit the stand in Alex Murdoch's murder trial today in South Carolina. The former attorneys accused of killing his wife and 22 year old son. CBS's Nikki Batista is outside the courthouse in Walter burrough. Alex was pretty quick to give an alibi. He said, you know, a couple of minutes after the first responder arrived, I was visiting in my sick mother. I came back, they weren't answering their phones. I came down here. I found them dead. I wanted to get a shotgun. I came back. And he did have a shotgun on him when they arrived. That is not the murder weapon. And then lastly, the prosecution repeatedly asked the sergeant. Did you see him crying? Did you see Alex Murdoch crying? And he never once saw him crying. He said he was visibly upset at points. Anxious at times
AP News Radio
5 Memphis cops charged with murder in Tyre Nichols' death
"Murder charges have been lodged against the 5 police officers fired in Memphis after the brutal beating of a black motorist who died earlier this month. All 5 former officers are charged with second degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, official misconduct, and official oppression in connection with the death of 29 year old Tyree Nichols. The traffic stop was caught on video, which hasn't yet been released, but Shelby county prosecutor Steve mulroy said earlier this week. I was distraught. Attorney Ben crump says the family saw the video of Nichols a FedEx worker and father, being beaten for three minutes, shocked pepper sprayed and restrained when he was pulled over for a traffic stop near his home. He was coming back after visiting a park, where he had taken photos of the sunset. I'm Jackie Quinn
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mulroy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thanks so much, we appreciate it. We really need to get an update on what's going on in the Ukraine. It looks like the world kind of dodged a worst case scenario or a bad case scenario yesterday with that missile falling into Poland, but let's get the latest with Mick mulroy cofounder of the lobo institute. He's a former deputy assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East at the U.S. Department of Defense. He was at the CIA for like 19 years, former U.S. Marine infantry officer, so the guy has done it all. Again, it kind of looks like the world kind of dodged a little bit of a bullet there yesterday. It could have been a much worse scenario, but what's your latest take on what's kind of evolving over in the Ukraine? So good to be with you and I think you're exactly right. We did Dodge a bullet and I think that's a testament to taking the time to make the assessment, look at the radars and determine exactly what happened. And it looks like, although it was a Russian made, it was fired from a Ukrainian air and missile defense system, which may have actually hit the incoming missile and then from that trajectory, which is really impossible to determine. It came down into Poland. And caused death. So it's a horrible event, certainly for the people who were killed and their families, but it did look does now look like it wasn't an intended act by Russian assuming it wouldn't require article 5, which is this common defense under NATO. Although even if it was a missile fired by Russian troops that accidentally went into Poland, you know, that's got to be expected when they're fighting along the border and they are. Right? You know, does it matter if it was with intent? I mean, if Vladimir Putin wages a war in Ukraine and then it starts and then he starts killing people and Poland Moldova and other neighboring countries, don't we have to hold him accountable for that? Well, that's exactly right. And I think both the president of Poland and the whole NATO leaders have said this is directly caused by Russia's unlawful and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. So they are the reason for this. They've Ukrainians have had to defend themselves against a sustained barrage of missiles targeting civilian infrastructure and violation in the law of armed conflict. So this is definitely Russia's fault. And this is the consequences of firing at targets near the border of Poland make the likelihood that some missiles either theirs or the ones trying to defend are going to come down in Poland. So the consequences, I think, obviously, will be different. Since I think right now, the belief is it wasn't intentional, it wasn't Russia. But certainly economic diplomatic consequences I still think are in order. But as you said in the first question, it looks like the most significant concern, which was an escalation into a conflict between NATO and Russia is not the case. This past couple of days just shows all the risks or some of the risks that are out there that, you know, it's not on the strictly the battlefield. It can spill over it and get even deeper and much more broad. So the question for a lot of folks is, how does this end? I mean, is it up to the west to try to come up with some way to give Putin some way to save face and get out of there? So it ultimately is up to the Ukrainians as well. They are the ones that are fighting the fight they are the ones that are taking all of the losses and the consequences essentially. We're supporting them. Right now, the counter offenses in they've launched our successful and it is pretty apparent that Russia can not even keep the gains that they had made, let alone getting new territory. So they're losing. And that's a dangerous position to be in because it's unlikely that the president of Russia, president Putin can withstand losing a war and maintaining power. So how does it end? I think right now our positions be it ends with Russia leaving all of Ukrainian territory. Then agreeing to reparations for the damage they cause and that those that have committed these atrocities be held responsible in an International Criminal Court. So I don't see that happening, but I think that will be the position of the Ukrainians and hopefully supported by NATO. What is your take on combatants targeting civilian infrastructure? I mean, we wouldn't have, I think it's probably a decent argument that we wouldn't have won World War II when we did if we hadn't firebombed carpet bomb Dresden and knocked out two Japanese cities with nuclear weapons. It seems like, in fact, all major wars involve targeting civilian infrastructure. So it's weird to say that it's illegal, isn't it something that happens in war? So it certainly did and all the examples you just brought up are good examples of that. But at the end of World War II, we had what we call the Geneva and Hague conventions. And the whole purpose of which was to avoid what we saw in World War II, but this massive death of civilians and the targeting of infrastructures. So that was an international decision and these are convention at countries signed on to. So we would avoid some of the most extreme atrocities we saw in previous wars. But the currently I mean, if we went to war against Russia, let's just say, wouldn't we be smart to target their civilian infrastructure? So one could make a cold dual purpose argument that you have to knock off the power because the power obviously has an effect on the opposition's military capabilities. Deliberately targeting civilians themselves is obviously war crime in atrocity. And I certainly would never support that from my own country, but and also it's important to point out that Ukraine was the one that was attacked. Russia was the one who did the invasion. They're the aggressor. It's against all international rules, norms, and conventions. They have been in violation of the law since the day they stepped across the Ukrainian border. Even if they wouldn't have done the atrocities that they have done, they still would have been in complete violation of the law on conflict. Hey Mick, what does it tell you when Russia announces a curse on has now been annexed and then it seems like the next week they lose it? Are they really in that week of a military position? I think so. I mean, you would think that if they if they're going to illegally, of course, but annex something that they didn't even think they could keep, it just is just fodder for everybody. Not just internationally, but also again, Russia that thinks this war is going completely the wrong direction. And I think you're seeing more and more and hearing more and more voices in Russia for an end to this conflict. And maybe that is what causes Putin to ultimately decide to withdraw. All right, great stuff, Nick, we really appreciate getting some of your time and your perspective. Of course mulroy, he's a cofounder of the lobo institute decades of experience in the U.S. Military in intelligence at CIA, and then of course at the Department of Defense. So just extraordinary background to get access to him. Coming up balance of power, David Weston, he will drive the conversation forward
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: How Could Anyone Support John Fetterman?
"Say, it's unbelievable to me again. You know, I couldn't believe mulroy, we went here to Memphis, prime example, 20, 25% of registered Republicans got off their buds and went and voted in the important election. Let me get in get the win. So I thought, okay, maybe we'll learn a list. So now let me not necessarily tend to say did okay. But look, I mean, and maybe there was something going on in Pennsylvania. But you know, if my dog ran against John fetterman, I would have to vote for my dog. I mean, there's no way, how could anybody with half a tenth of an IQ vote for federman. Number one, and Robin even though the stroke, his policy are exactly what killing this country right now, and he's even farther left than those policies. And Pennsylvania, fracking capital, and he's against it. They need lives to everybody in their faces like y'all are idiots. What did they just say, oh, okay. I guess we found the truth. He changed his mind. I mean, I don't even understand it. I just don't know, and I mean, there's obviously no time to panic, so to speak, but whatever we need to figure something out, I'm talking about blaming everybody. Trump, I'm a Trump. I'm a Trump fan. I don't worship him. I believe in his policy. And I believe in Rhonda santas. You know, I went to Florida during COVID. I'm telling you when I went down there. It was like I was literally in another country. You are a man if you wanted to. Mother tonight, you didn't have to wear a mask, restaurants were open all hours of the night. You could do whatever you wanted to. It was unbelievable. Literally, I didn't know what had happened. Did I fall into a portal or something? But I mean, we've got to figure something out. This is unbelievable. I mean, is there some of the Democrats? Is there a different price they pay at the gas bomb? Or it's a grocery store than what we pay? Bill,
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mulroy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Today on another subject saying that the globe needs to step up more fervently than ever to support Ukraine Russia is losing this war. So we have to continue supporting Ukraine. This after Ukraine's capital city Kyiv was battered by Russian drones at least 5 major hits and explosions in the downtown area. Mayor vitali Klitschko says Russia's efforts are, well, they're more fierce than ever now. They want to destroy our critical infrastructure. They do want to give it he said Ukrainians will continue to fight though. The U.S. says the drones are being supplied by Iran and deplores it. Iran denies that. Former U.S. assistant Secretary of State Mick mulroy on ABC today said defense against these types of drones is very, very tough. They're very difficult. They barely show up on radar. They can change directions and they can loiter, which means they can stay around a target for a while coming in from different directions. They can be shot down, but they are very, very evasive. South Korea is kicking off their annual ground defense drills this week. This follows a series of military joint exercises with the U.S. and Japan. In the U.S., president Joe Biden announcing the formal launch of his student loan forgiveness program today. And despite what the Republican officials say, we can afford we're able to afford the student loan relief. It's because of our historic deficit reduction. The Republicans voted against. On my watch, the deficit fell by $350 billion last year. Biden says the government will be watching closely to make sure those who are qualified do get the grants and those who are not do not get the grants. Website a student aid dot gov. Heavy rain event, eastern Australia, moving to the central part of the continent, likely to get heavy rain from Queensland to Tasmania this week, the major cities, Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne are likely to be soaked as well in the next 7 days. In San Francisco, I met Baxter, this is Bloomberg, right? Douglas, thank you, Eddie. Let's take a closer look at this market action with our guest fan schuchat, Asia CIO at HSBC global private banking and wealth joining us from our studios in Hong Kong. Miss van, thank you so much for being with us. So let's begin with the delay of the publication on third quarter GDP. Are we to read into this that the number was not going to look so rosy for the mainland economy? I think of the delay of strategy GDP data should be more related to the ongoing 20 national party Congress. And I think the market actually expected quite a tough Q free. Economic performance as we continue to see the COVID disruption to get up with the property market slum. So that would be a reflected in the Q three GDP numbers. And the September economic indicators. We've seen China junk bonds drop to a record low because they're property crisis is really just, again, a concern about the successive borrowing. When do we see some really strong policy steps for the property sector? I think a more comprehensive and these sizes, policy actions, to reverse the downturn of the public sector. We will likely come out after the party Congress. But I think more visible policy actions would need to be formulated and finalized when we have central economic work conference in December because that would be an end new policy setting working conference to formulate a specific policy action. But we have already seen at the local government authorities of rolling out more popular market stabilizing measures, but I think that this is not yet sufficient to reverse the Tang turn as reflected by the substantial year on year decline in populist sales. So a more comprehensive policy support package is still needed to contain the spill of defect from the popular market weakness. So we think the central economic work conference would need to formulate a set of effective policy actions, not just focusing on the completion of unfinished property project, but also address the liquidity crunch of the developers. So we do expect the government to roll out more substantial stimulus action. Because this whole key for the grove recovery auto in 2023. You can make the case that the dark cloud that is hanging over the mainland economy is the zero COVID policy. I mean, it's really been holding back a lot of confidence, a lot of growth. Here's president Xi announcing a couple of measures to support the equity market, which as you know well, has been struggling. And I'm wondering to get your take on whether or not the more important issue really is to maybe allow policy to change slightly as it relates to COVID if the economy is going to begin to recover. Let's pick up on that point where we continue the conversation with fan chuck WAN, Asia CIO at HSBC global private banking and wealth joining us here on daybreak Asia. Right now we've got positivity, although markets in the apac region off their best level of the early going will take a closer look for you
"mulroy" Discussed on KOMO
"From como four and Shannon O'Donnell. Hi, everybody in a happy Monday night to you. It is beautiful outside starry summer overnight skies really comfortable sleeping weather for now. Maybe not for too much longer. We're going to crank up the mercury as the week goes on. Highs in the upper 80s to the low 90s as the heat peaks over puget sound come Wednesday and Thursday will cool slightly this weekend, early clouds afternoon sunshine Friday, Saturday and Sunday, highs closer to 80. In the coming four weather center, I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. 82 in downtown Seattle are northwest news time now 6 35. A year ago today, the Taliban took over the capital of Afghanistan, women's freedoms have evaporated since the takeover and now most Afghans can only afford to eat one meal a day. Lisa jaffee turns to military analysts and retired four star general Barry McCaffrey for an update on Afghanistan. It's an impoverished nation. A lot of people still questioning whether Afghanistan is willfully harboring terrorists. Myth mulroy, the former Defense Department official is saying yeah, it's great what just happened with the CIA led killing of Al-Qaeda's leader recently, but he thinks that was far from the only Al-Qaeda member in Afghanistan. What do you think? Well, first of all, without question, Afghanistan is a tragic disaster for internally 39 million people, half of them at least facing acute hunger of notch starvation. Women and girls, humanitarian rights of evaporated. There's no cash in the hands of the Taliban government, such as it is to pay for food or salaries. The NGOs have non governmental organizations, humanitarian aid organizations have largely left no one has figured out how to get support to the Afghan people without having it go to the Taliban to aid their own repressive tendencies. So I think Afghanistan is in chaos, clearly there are Al-Qaeda and ISIS fighters still in the country. They will the ISIS has become an enemy of the Taliban. So I think they'll be confronted, but the Haqqani network is also openly now part of the Taliban government. That's essentially a criminal organization. So in the years to come in the months to come, we will see Afghanistan again become a chaotic Petri dish in which terrorist organizations can confine support. I don't think the over the horizon intelligence encounter terrorists operation works very well. But our intelligence systems are brilliant, the resolve is there. They'll make every effort to protect the American people and our allies. And that's retired four star general Barry McCaffrey of Seattle with the Lisa jaffee. The Iranian regime making its first public remarks about the gruesome assault on award winning author Salman Rushdie that took place last week and nearly took his life. ABC's jordana Miller has the latest from Jerusalem. Iran denying any involvement in the New York stabbing assault on author Salman Rushdie, that despite the regime's decades old fatwa or decree, demanding his killing for alleged blasphemy. The spokesman for Ron's foreign ministry instead, blaming rushdie himself, saying he exposed himself to popular fury by, quote, insulting the sacredness of Islam. Iran officially justifying the violent attack, implying its support that after state media has gloated about it for days. What Secretary of Defense Antony Blinken called, quote, despicable. Jordan Miller, ABC News, Jerusalem. And the mother of the man accused of standing rushed, he says she wants nothing more to do with her son, sylvan afford us telling the FBI that she's not going to bother talking to her son, had him at her again and the 24 year old New Jersey man is responsible for his own actions. The tar charged with attempted murder, rusty's agent says the 75 year old British Indian author is on a long road to recovery after he was stabbed ten times in the next stomach eye chest and the thigh. Russia is letting foreign investors sell bonds and collect payments for the first time since it invaded Ukraine as Stewart Smith reports from Moscow. The loosening of restrictions only applies to those from non hostile countries. The number of so called unfriendly countries now sits at 56, including giant economies like those of the U.S. Japan and the European Union, but last year 90% of foreign investment was held by citizens of these so called hostile countries, so the change will free only 2 billion U.S. dollars out of 20. However, a loosening of US Treasury restrictions implemented at the end of last month does allow a way out for some investors through certain banks, Stuart Smith, Moscow. Northwest newsstand now coming up on 6 40 and the ducks in utes get some love and a preseason college football poll, Bill Schwartz with details in the speak and plumbing sports updates. Coming off its PAC 12 championship Rick, the Utah running utes are ranked number 7 in The Associated Press college football survey, Oregon ducks number 11, neither Washington or Washington state received a single vote. Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia one two three. The Seahawks trade in ex duck for a former cardinal. Seattle picks up Stanford receiver JJ our Sega Whiteside from Philly and sand Oregon defensive back Hugo amadi to the igles. NFL rosters have to be trimmed from 90 to 85 players by tomorrow afternoon. The Seahawks host the bears in the second round preseason game Thursday night. This evening, it's the Mariners and angels playing hardball near Disneyland. Seattle dropped two out of three in Texas and struggled to touch home plate on the road, you have to hit. You're not gonna win games two to one three to two on the road. You're gonna have to put up three more points and we will. We'll get back to it. Have skipper Scott service hopes his lineup can generate
The Breakdown with Shaun King
"mulroy" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"The DA's race in Memphis is such a huge deal on Memphis is the Deep South. And in the Deep South last night, a conservative so called tough on crime DA lost and lost big it wasn't even close. It was a blowout. And it's huge news because any time someone remotely progressive has a close race or loses, they say, hey, criminal justice reform is over. Well, here's what's crazy. Memphis is actually bigger than San Francisco. And of course, the San Francisco DA's race has gotten tons of national media coverage. Memphis is bigger than San Francisco. And the conservative DA there got blown out in the Deep South. And here's what's crazy. I just need you to understand the facts. In Memphis, under a conservative Republican DA, crime rose for 8 years straight. Every year, year in year out, crime rolls. But was anybody blaming the conservative DA in that city? Which is bigger than San Francisco. For crime going up year over year over year for the past 8 years. Every year she was DA, crime was a real problem there. And local voters basically said, hey, we do want to be safe. And what we've learned is we're not safe under you, and not only that, you are prosecuting children and elders and formerly incarcerated people, prosecuting them for voting, like all types of foolishness, happening right there in Memphis, and she decided to make her campaign about me. I want to play this ad that she put on the radio all over Memphis. And the ad literally calls me out by name. And says that we're about to buy the race. And if we bought it, we won. Okay, so we didn't buy the race, but she says we did. And if we bought it, it worked. Okay, so let me play this ridiculous ad for you. Line for line. Eliminating bail are broken idea that lets violent criminals go free, defunding the police, a movement led by Sean king, whose group is trying to buy this race for Steve mulroy, and most shocking, refusing to transfer dangerous juveniles to adult court. Under professor mulroy plan, a juvenile who commits rape or murder could be released in just two years. This election, you have a choice. Between a prosecutor who puts criminals behind bars or a New York activist who wants to set them free. Amy weyrich, our DA. It's like, hold on, hold on. Why are you making this campaign about me? And here's the thing, I'm actually pretty popular in Memphis. And people wrote me all over the city and were like, Sean, why? Why is she making this about you? And here's the thing, people didn't buy it. Nobody bought it. Nobody liked it? And people were like, hey, we have issues here to focus on. Why are you making your ad about Sean king? And there's a lot of people noticed, she hired a black man to do the ad, shame on you brother for even doing that ass. I know, I know you got the money. I know you got paid for it, but Amy Wyatt, who was a white woman who was the DA there. You know, clearly hired a black voice to do the ad, but it didn't work. Voters didn't buy it. She lost by a significant margin and can go back to being sad and miserable without oppressing people. And the new DA of Memphis is a good man. Steve mulroy. I'm glad to see him in office. It's I'll say about Steve, what I say about any of our DAs. He's got a hell of a job in front of him, being district attorney is incredibly difficult. You are attacked really from every side, and it's a hard job whether you're a good or bad person, whether you're a liberal conservative, the job is really, really hard. I know that because we have now helped elect nearly 30 district attorneys across the country, and it's just a brutally difficult thing. And he's got his hands full, you know, he's a constitutional law professor. He knows the law inside and now he's a voting rights expert and a voting rights lawyer, which is important because the previous DA literally prosecuted a woman named Pam Moses Pamela Moses was a formerly incarcerated woman and they prosecuted her for voting one day. After she, again, was told she could vote. And was told it was okay to vote. And they sentenced this woman to 6 years in prison. Thank God it was overturned. But they prosecuted and convicted this woman. And all the people that were involved in that lost all over Memphis. And we're glad to see it. A lot of good people want in Tennessee last night. And it's not over, of course. There's work to do, but I just want to say thank you to all of you that donated to Steve mulroy that volunteered for his campaign, all of you who support our organization, real justice that help us help these DAs who often hardly have any money that they fundraise. They are often on a shoestring budget and Steve mulroy ran a really good campaign and won the race fair and square. So glad to see that we won in another city in the Deep South and some of the most important work of my life is what we've done at real justice and I'm just grateful for all of you that have supported it. Grateful to our staff that helped make this happen as well. But congrats to Memphis. And all the local people, voters organizers, activists, campaigners, volunteers, staff, all of you on electing Steve mulroy. Congrats to you. And I'm looking forward to seeing what Steve can do to make the city, not just safer, but fairer and more just. Listen, have a great weekend, and if you are not yet a member of the north star, we need your support. Please go now to the north star dot com, become a member of subscribe. You can do it for 8 bucks. And every one of you who joins, it makes a big difference in what we're able to do. 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ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"mulroy" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"Newsmax. You can tune in to newsmax watch rob Schmidt tonight, 10 o'clock eastern, find out the real truth about George Soros and the dangerous district attorneys and dangering our cities. By the way, you can find newsmax on every major cable system. You can also watch it free on your smart TV smartphone, millions are tuning in the newsmax because it is real news that you can trust. And you know, it's interesting this soro story if we were not in the middle of a dumpster fire in the country right now. This would be the story that everybody's talking about. Because Soros has basically declared war on Law & Order. The report is that he is now this is from Breitbart News, Soros is funding 13 radical Democrats running for Congress in 2022. By the way, a February poll shows 75% of American voters believe defunding the police contributes to soaring crime rates. Do you agree with that? In October, only 15% supported defunding police. Down from 25% in 2020. And the reality here is that all of us have been subjected to this crime wave. I mean, it's hitting everybody. And especially here in Memphis, Tennessee, those of you who listen to our flagship station, Kwan, you know, just how bad it is. Here's how bad you want to know how bad the crime here is in Memphis Tennessee. The police chief, somebody broke into her car and stole her gun. That's how crazy it is. Just the other day, somebody broke into her house. She's building a brand new house. And the police chief, they broke into the police chiefs house in Memphis, Tennessee. It's unbelievable. And now you've got her opponent who's one of these, he's one of these Soros guys. His name is, what is that guy's name boroy? That's his name. Stephen or Steve mulroy. He's a law professor at the radical university of Memphis. So the other day, this is how this is how they're going to do it, folks. This is, this is the template for how Soros is going to take over more DA offices. So mulroy is accusing the current DA, Amy Wyatt, of basically being a racist. Weyrich is white. She is the only Republican she is the highest elected Republican in the entire city of 1.31 .4 million people. And one of very few white people in leadership. In the city. And it's because it's a majority minority city. There you go. So anyway, borough is accusing her of lacking diversity in her office. That's code for she's a racist. But here's the great irony. Steve mulroy is in fact a white man. And he's running against three females. So it's ironic that this guy, a white guy, is throwing his name into the hat to run for DA when he in fact is white. Who is he to run against a black person? That sounds like privilege to me. I mean, if we're going to go down that path, so anyway, this mulroy guy held a press conference this week and he is blasting the district attorney, who by the way is a great purse. Amy wirin. She is tough on crime, and that's why the Democrats can't stand her. They have, they actually targeted this woman's home. One of the vicious, most vile, heinous racist, while the county commission, and they targeted the woman's home, her children. It was horrifying. They were shooting fireworks at her house. I mean, I don't know if they were trying to burn down the house. I don't know what was going on. So anyway, they're all upset because they say she's prosecuting too many black criminals. Well, I hate to break it to everybody, but if you're in a majority minority city, there's a pretty good chance that most of the crime or a good percentage of the crime is going to be committed by the majority population. But what they ought to be doing is looking at it like this because while yes, here in Memphis, most of the crime and overwhelming amount of the crime is committed by the black by black young men, at the same time, most of the victims are in fact black people as well..
"mulroy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Install and guaranteed to fit Don't overpay for new blinds shop blind shirt today and save big blinds dot com 18 million young children in the U.S. under the age of 5 are still not eligible for a COVID vaccine clinical trial data expected any day now on Pfizer's vaccine for kids 6 months or four years old but now the FDA is to lay a public meeting set for Tuesday because they want to look at more data President Biden working the phones talking to other world leaders trying to resolve the escalating stand up over the Russian troop build up around Ukraine the U.S. now telling Americans in Ukraine to leave in the next 24 to 48 hours and call the U.S. embassy for help former State Department official and ABC News contributor Mick mulroy says he fears a conflict in Ukraine will spread to NATO allies borders It looks now that Russia is intending to do an invasion Whether it's a full scale or a limited we do not know but the buildup certainly indicates that that is likely And he says millions could flee Ukraine and go into countries like Poland All right last chance workers with the department of streets and sanitation picking up those parking space savers along regular garbage collection routes today so if you put out your div share or any other item you better grab it or it could be gone WLS news time is one 31 At 57 outbound we still got an accident two right lanes are blocked at the Cal sag channel So they're stopping go traffic from a 119th street We have an accident three left lanes are blocked at willow springs on the tri state southbound and acts on the exit ramp I 65 northbound at I 80 94 This is an overturned semi Another update in 15 minutes WLS traffic is sponsored in part by Carr's four kids Get your news on the hour the half winter breaks continuous coverage At WL dot com on Lauren Cohn 8 90 WLS news.
News Radio 1190 KEX
"mulroy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Office. As these lone actors and violent groups are becoming increasingly energized. The FBI has more than 1000 domestic terrorism investigations currently underway, and it recently warned that 2019 was the nation's most lethal year for domestic terrorism attacks. Since the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, lone actors and groups are feeling energized through a variety of means, including through charged and misleading social media posts. We have willing participants because if they see something that supports their own views They posted. They sent it to everybody. And then it becomes more of a real thing because it's repeated over and over again. Nick Milroy is a national security analyst for ABC News, formerly assistant secretary of defense for the Middle East in the Defense Department and co founder of the Lobo Institute. He recently wrote for ABC News about domestic terrorism and the threat of a potential insurgency in America. Mulroy writes that counterinsurgency theorist find armed extremist groups exist on both the far right and far left and have some commonalities. You look at a lot of those groups. They do. Basically say they're preparing for a civil war in the United States, and then the issue then becomes do they actually want to create the civil war that they've been preparing? That's on both sides. More Roy offer solutions, such as creating a task force to counter homegrown violent groups as well is cooling the rhetoric coming from American leadership, I suggest That we add former reformed members of these groups into the advisory group for the FBI actually explain. Real capabilities and what they really want to do and how they would go about it. There's been politicians recently saying there's going to be a civil war in the country. That's a danger. I mean, I think we have to get to a place in this country. Well, that's right wrong and whether it's Who's benefit. Which side of the AL doesn't matter. You have to condemn, think ultimately, if the Biden administration or any government can preserve a strong and stable middle class that can also serve as an effective way to combat extremism, according to Mulroy. When it comes to investigating domestic terrorism in the form of extremist groups or lone actors, as May be the case in Nashville, former FBI Special agent Brad Garrett says law enforcement will continue the task of identifying a mitigating threats. No matter the changes of leadership in many political offices. Changes in administrations doesn't really change how investigators investigate. And his cases come forward like the national bombing case. In this case, the FBI, A TF and clearly the Tennessee bureau investigation, and the Nashville Metropolitan Police all worked together on the case. And so that's gonna happen, No matter who's in charge. Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo. ABC news coming up the future of the service industry, why it will rebound and how it will be different on perspective. After.