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"national action network" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

06:53 min | Last month

"national action network" Discussed on WBUR

"Executive director of the National Action Network, a civil rights group that focuses in part on anti gun violence. She later co founded the Women's March on Washington and now has her own firm, Mallory Consulting. She explores her family's long history of pushing for change in her own visions of justice in a new book, State of emergency How we Win in the country we built Welcome to our body Politics. Jamaica Thank you so much for having me. Let's just dive right into your book, State of emergency How we win in the country we built. You dedicate the book to your son and talk about how your work as an organizer has put a toll on him. So tell me about Tariq and how you see yourself as a mother and as a social justice leader, my son and I actually are best friends 22 years old now. And at this point in his life Understands much better. Why I was gone a lot when he was growing up, and that's not unusual for busy parents and of course for our leaders. Dr King Malcolm X and a number of other people who are far greater leaders denied. They were away from home a lot as well and their wives. They really did focus much of their attention on raising their kids and taking care of the family and the household in my situation. My son's father was deceased, so I did. I never had that. On the personal level. You talk about your parents being activists and organizers. But also there's someone named Shepherd. Mallory, who you write about in the book, tell us about him and why he is an inspiration to you. One day I was in the Museum of African American history in Washington, D. C. The Smithsonian and I happened to be in one of those rooms where they show a film and I saw that they were talking about Three men who helped to free enslaved people in Virginia, North Carolina in that area, and so they said, Shepherd, Mallory and I found myself standing in this dark room looking at the screen. Like what? I had Never heard that before, so I Googled him. And the first thing that came up for me is that the plantation he was on and the man that he ran from lived in a place in Virginia that a river ran behind it called Run at River. Well, my grandmother's house where she currently you know where the house is. Currently, my grandmother has gone on. But the place that we go to still right now that we still own Is in running rapids, North Carolina. And so the river running river which is only about 45 minutes away from where my grandmother lives. It was clear to me that this must have some connection. So I traveled to Virginia to go find this place. And when I went there, I found out that Colonel Mallory Was the one who had slaves. Body last name Mallory on his plantation. I learned this story about Shepherd Mallory Being one of three who fled along, um with you know some other folks and made it to the Union side. And as I was learning that I became fascinated by the idea that whoa, I thought all of this time that I was doing this work just because and now I'm finding out that it's actually in my blood. And I'm fascinated by the idea that someone who is potentially a great great grandfather or something like that, to me is responsible for how so many people got free in that part of our country. You're talking about the Civil War era. The Civil War. That's right today. You right? It's no secret that America is at war with itself. In some ways, this era is is a bit of a proxy civil war. And you you talk about the vigilantes storming the capital building January 6th, etcetera. What's your perspective on January six, and what that says about how different people are privileged to show up? You know, you point out that if it had been an and these are your words, If it had been a nonviolent protest for black freedom and justice, it would have ended tragically. I think we're in the midst of a revolution and some people don't agree with me about this, But I think January six is a part of that revolution. And let me tell you why I say that. I think it is an example of the backlash. The pushback that happens whenever white supremacy recognizes that it's losing its grip on society. And I think that what we saw on January six is a sign that there is a true revolution War. Whatever you want to call it in progress. You have to choose which side you're on. How courageous you're going to be or whether you're going to dig your head in the sand and try to act like what's happening around you is not real. And so I think we're in that kind of moment. And I don't know any other way that this country has ever right cited itself except to go through the moments that we see. Are you hopeful? And I know that can be a simplistic question. But I think that different people throughout history have interpreted the same moments of passion pain with Moment of progress or a moment of destruction. So how do you see this moment? Maybe it's both I think that's the unfortunate reality of black people in America and probably around the world that we always take steps forward and backwards at the same time. And I think that's what we're fighting for right that we make so many steps forward that going back becomes less and less significant, but we're not there right now. We're in a moment where you know you can have George Floyd's trial going on and don say, right be killed right at the end of it. We're at the moment where you can have Dante right kills and people be so upset, hitting the streets protesting And then you can turn around and see. 16 year old McKay Bryant be killed and people say, Well, she had a knife. You know, that doesn't help our movement. You can be outrage when you see that it is a perfect victim. But be okay with the fact that a 16 year old baby was shot down after it's clear that every system Failed her right? And so I think that even that mindset, even that sort of ideology. If you will, that you have to be a victim that had your hands a certain way did the thing a certain way For me..

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"national action network" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"national action network" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Speaking to Al Sharpton's National Action Network. First off. She loves some Al Sharpton. We play the Al Sharpton Let's number 74 1st number 74. Linda Thomas. Simon Greenfield. We'll get there. Heard calling the country race. We're all racist. Don't you know that? Listen to this. Here we go. Thank you so much. I'm so honored to be a part of the celebration of 30 years of the National Action Network. Reverend Al Sharpton. Thank you for never backing down. Your lifetime of activism is an inspiration to us all. Really. It's an inspiration to us all and the whole Tawana Brawley thing. Go. Just saying How about Al Sharpton with his anti Semitic statements? His home a phobic statements. Starting riots against Jews. Things like Josh doesn't matter. Al Sharpton's good. It's the rest of you. America that's racist. Let's continue. Let's play number 75. We're gonna pause it for her things. This is what she said about America we up. She said that in our founding documents There is systemic racism. There are systemic racism all over our founding documents. Here we go. Listen to this. I tried to do this recently in the U. N General Assembly when I spoke on the International Day for the elimination of racial discrimination there you go that day. And commemoration was personal for me. So I told the U. N some personal stories. I told them how my great grandmother Mary Thomas, born in 18 65 was the child of a slave just three generations back. From me because it wasn't a group us and and guess what? We're so racist, so bad. Your great grandmother was a slave. And now you are the ambassador. You're the U. N ambassador forgot were so bad that you've risen that much to be a cabinet level position. For the legitimate president of United States didn't an old white guy put her there? Yep. That's a great point. But we're races. We're gonna continue. Here we go. Listen, I grew up in the segregated South. I was bussed to a segregated school. Pause It pause it. Didn't wait did the Democrats used to in the South? Didn't Joe Biden want not to have segregate are did he was against it. He's very racist terms to jungle this things like that. And if I recall when Joe Biden is there, he actually praised Segregationists. Remember that we have the audio from the seventies. He praised the segregationist Democrats, senators that were there. But hey, don't let facts Get in the way, right lady. Let's continue. On weekends,.

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David Dinkins, New York's first Black mayor, dies at 93

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:36 min | 8 months ago

David Dinkins, New York's first Black mayor, dies at 93

"Former new york city mayor. David dinkins passed away last night at the age of ninety three. Join now but the reverend al sharpton president the next action network and host of politics nation. Right here on. Msnbc and rev. i've met david dinkins in person because you. I met him through you. I think he was here to do at thirty rock to do an interview for your show. And i'm so excited to meet him. He was such a great man. What are you remember. most about David dinkins well. I knew david dinkins. Since i was a teenager when i was sixteen and started my national youth movement group. He was the lawyer that incorporated us and down through the years. We maintain the relationship. And sometimes i would argue would on call them names and one hundred be more strident and it took time to understand that. He had such grace even under the most tumultuous circumstances and i felt he should be more strident. He said al. You have to learn how to get the job done. Keep your eye on the prize. But i most remember. Is that when we were facing a police. Killing of a young man named ahmadou diablo. Who in the hell of forty one bullets was killed. Nine thousand nine hundred bullets for only gone in his debut. Stick in a key in the door and the police thought. They said they thought he had a weapon. He was just going home. They were looking for someone else and david dinkins. When we started protests every day we would go down to the police headquarters. The main one in new york and sit in and hundreds would be arrested. He called me one. One is at what time y'all have. The demonstrations was a former. I said ten in the morning. he's coming down. I said but we're getting arrested. He's out seeing the morning and he came down and went to one police plaza where he had been mayor and got on a knee way before colin cabinet. He took a knee and was arrested and had them cuffed him with congressman. Charlie rangel and himself and me and we went to jail fighting police reform that he started with that civilian complaint review board. He never left the struggle. He was not wanting to be loud and boisterous but he was firm and made real change happen. Yeah absolutely you know. We started off and we could see charlie rangel and james brown. Lots of people in the photos that are that. I don't know if you can see them. That are coming up as as you're talking and you know we started off by talking about the way that dinkins was taken out of office by rudy. Giuliani this rage. That giuliani stoked already. There in the police against what mayor dinkins wanted to do which was changed policing. I feel like we're kind of having a rerun of that conversation about black lives matter about whether or not police should be free to kill it will in black communities. He tried to do something about it. Wouldn't you take from that fight. Is it dispiriting to think that after great men like this have tried after. You've tried after we've had all of these movements. We're still fighting about this were you. Were you fight you win. You don't fight to say the fight is over in a certain amount of rows. This is not pro boxing wrestling. You fight to you win and every struggle has had long struggles. I remember when nelson mandela gain which you mentioned then david dinkins had me as potted group. That went to the un with him. And just jackson. All of us. And when i thought about it took nelson mandela being jailed. Twenty seven years after fighting many decades around the pon-tae. How can we complain about fighting. We fight to. We win knowing that the victory is certain. And that's what they dickens would always say and as i want more national from new york activism. He said you still fighting. Now keep fighting. He come down national action network rallies. In fact he was there just a few months ago. We had his ninetieth birthday there and we never forgot this. Gentle giant had a had a spine of steel. And he didn't need to be boisterous he just needed to be effective and he was the one that broke that ceiling and made people know you could be the ceo of the biggest city in the world and perform. He revitalized times square. He started this whole community policing and in many ways you are more than correct. Joy is almost like to study donald trump. You have to study rudy giuliani. They took credit for things then get predecessor did and they used race to try and rev up a political career that ended up embarrassing them at the end. Indeed amen. thank you reverend now. It's always great to talk with you. Revenue sharpen. Thank you very much. I

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"national action network" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"national action network" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Marriage is bringing the system above and killed by police woman who says she thought it was her house. Let us hear from his sister. Hello, everyone. My name is Lisa friendly. I first want to thank the national action that work our life. Thank the National Action Network. Reverend Sharpton and Martin Luther King. The third for organizing and convening this march. Vote them is my brother. September 6 marks two years since I last heard. His voice heard his last two years since my family has felt whole because September 6 will be two years since Amber Geiger's shot my brother through his heart, both, um dad while sitting at his home, eating ice cream and watching football. He was minding his own business spins. Then I have been on a mission to speak reform. So that severely broken justice system because both, um would still be alive today. Instead, we're nine days away from the second anniversary of his murder two years of saying his name. And Antoine Rose's name 10. Years of seeking justice for D. J. Henry. Four years of staying Terrence Crutches name, saying Shawn Tell Davis there on small Sandra Bland attack Chiana Jefferson and so many others. I am tired of learning new names, adding two Hashtags to an already lit already long list of victims of police terror. We cannot allow our brothers and sisters to only be remembered for how they died. We need to continue to push for change so that their lives were not taken in vain. We are all in this together. We are our brothers and sisters keeper. Thank you. Uh,.

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Thousands descent on capital for March on Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Thousands descent on capital for March on Washington

"Anu Anu March March on on Washington Washington The The families families of of Black Black Americans Americans shot shot or or killed killed by by police police officers officers are are begging begging for for racial racial equality. equality. Democratic Democratic vice vice presidential presidential nominee Kamala Harris sent in this video message to protesters. We have an opportunity to make history. It's happening at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, where 57 years ago today, the march on Washington took place. Pastor Keith Bird. We make freedom ring by the man in respect, justice and fairness for ourselves, our families and our communities until black lives truly matter. Protestors say they have a message for President Trump President House about Make America great again. We cannot make it great again until we make everyone feel accepted in this country. The march was organized by the Reverend Al Sharpton National Action Network following the death of George Floyd in May.

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"national action network" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"national action network" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"I'm very hope for lots because through all the decades I've thought I've never seen so many different types of people white black. Asian, American, Indian Latino Marching Together In a pandemic, risking their health to say, this has to stop and think this movement has too much energy and. That legislators are not going to have any choice, but to pass new laws and prosecutors going to have to inform us. I think that we're seeing. The beginning of the end is not going to be without challenges is going to be. Something that happens automatic but I think the energies to stick it out and we tend to stick it out. You pledged that today a to George Floyd's family that you would stick it out and you also pledged it personally that you will be around no matter. How long it takes, and you'll be in their lives. What does that part of your life like because we know that the these families all over the country have your cell phone number in their pockets, and they must call at number once in a while. What does that part of your ongoing ministry to them like? It's very personal I talked to the mothers on our. Because I know that's a bad day for them I. Make Myself available to them. Not People at National Action Network Office not just to call to lead a march like they're going to in DC and August twenty eighth, but how you failing. Do you need to talk to somebody? Because these people unlike me did not choose to be involved in a movement, they did not decide. This is my life I decided. This is what I was called to do. They were thrust in this and I try to always communicate with them and help. Help them because they woke up one morning, and their whole world turned upside down, and they still years later figuring trying to get out and try to help them figure it out, and also they feel in some cases abandoned that people use their name of their loved ones and move on when the news cycle moved on to win the case God and I want them to know that I'm there. I'm like a member of that family I'm I'm in touch with people. I fought cases for twenty two years ago. 'cause I wasn't there for a media season. I was there for justice reason. Reverend Al Sharpton. Thank. You very much for joining us tonight from the car. As you leave the airport and head home after this very very long day for you this historic day it means the world to me. Arrive that you decided to join us and get the last word tonight on this program, and I know it means everything to the audience to hear from you one more time today, so we really appreciate it. Thank you very much. Thank you always. Thank you. L. Sharp gets tonight's last word..

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Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

Squawk Pod

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus

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"national action network" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hustle and an exchange. They hope they're going to be tipped well and a good year seventy five eighty five. K now the reason I bring this up. She talking about, you know, being a working girl. Nothing wrong been working. No, there's not not at all. But here's the irony. She her party her policies do nothing but hurt the working person. And at this national action network event. What nobody's telling you except Fox News to their credit. Is there were some people speaking while she was there a little earlier in the day who said, quote, the people campaigning against the Amazon campus are financially alliterate talking, of course, about now we know northern Virginia benefited from in her tantrum throwing attacking Amazon, they packed up and they tucked Halen rented, New York and they're headed for northern Virginia. So I know Virginia and say, hey, thanks. But in New York, there are some ticked off people. And you know, who a lot of them are the very people that were attending the national action network that quote that I just read was from Tracy Maitland. President and chief investment. Officer is a place called advent capital management. The panel discussion black economic agenda. He later told the newspaper that he in the newspaper being the New York Post. He told the post he blames AO see for spreading misinformation and helping kill the agreement with Amazon that would have benefited people in her home state. It was a disgrace I partially blame AO see for the loss of Amazon. She doesn't know what she doesn't know. And that's scary. We have to make sure she's better educated or voter out of office. How about that, Tracy Maitland? Again, you did not hear this. And you won't it was reported in the New York Post. Fox News picked it up. The people campaigning against the Amazon campus are financially literate. She was a disgrace. I blame her for the loss of Amazon. She doesn't know what she doesn't know that scary. We have to make sure she's better educated or vote her out of office. Bill Thompson, chairman of the City University of New York also said during the same panel jobs were snatched away and from who who lost those jobs, folks. Mostly Latino and black students. We were at the table talking to Amazon, and how students could get jobs. Those opportunities were snatched away those students look like us. We're talking thousands of high paying jobs. It was a disappointment from the university's perspective. So there you have it at the black economic agenda at Reverend house big national national, excuse me, national action network conference Reverend now there's a panel discussion about what a disgrace Heo. See is. She doesn't know what she doesn't know. And she has killed killed the opportunity for Latinos and blacks, specifically to go get great jobs. She ran them out of town. And you heard what she's doing for brothers and sisters supposedly she comes from the service industry. Arlen just made that case as dangerous. She does not understand the perils of the working class period. Stop..

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"national action network" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Guy is the biggest fraud. The biggest swimming, he's a passive aggressive, passive aggressive muggers. What he is. Because basically what he does listen you got to, you know, donate some money to this national action network of mine this Kochta, you know. A charity. Whatever it is. That pays me. You gotta you gotta get on board with me or the dogs on you. I'm gonna come. You know, that's what he does doesn't do an hourly. But he does that in a way where you feel like I gotta get this guy this guy, at least on my side, or at least publicly saying something this way. He's he can't come after me that much power what he says anymore. I don't think he has as much power as people think, but they do do. Well, here's the thing. He he shakes down not just people. But companies he gets these companies like McDonalds and five thousand Verizon eighteen big brand companies these multi billion billion dollar companies to make donations to the the national action network. Which he calls a charity. This charity pays him salary. This nonprofit charity pays him five hundred thirty thousand dollars a year. That's a lot of action. Yeah. I'm top of his two hundred and forty four thousand dollars in salary as bonuses. Whatever it is. But what does he do? It's like seven thousand dollars. What does he do? Woodley. Make what are they create its shakedown? It's a passive aggressive shakedown operation. Yeah. But you know, what at the end of the day. You know, you have as much power as somebody thinks you have. That's how power works. All the power. But why do they do they go back and check out? This guy's history. The whole Toronto Brawley like thirty five years ago where it was we came out. He was he got behind this. This woman. This girl rather not a woman just fifteen year old girl claimed that she was raped by six white men. She he was all over it. And then when they found out that she was making it up. He didn't take the heat for any of it. He just got up Scott free walking around with his with the James Brown hair. New tracksuit in the medallions. Marching around. Three hundred pounds. He lost all the way. Like a deflated. Macy's day Thanksgiving Day. California raising. Politics nation. Out. We have time to run out teleprompter. Favorite audio pieces out sharply. Still does politics nation on MSNBC on the weekend. He was doing it every night, and they took that away from that. They gave him the weekend because they didn't want him boycotting. Yeah. So it still has the show, but he has some real problems with the teleprompter. He can't he can't re guy who's making seven fifty grand from a national action network should be able to read the teleprompter. And so here's at the very end of this audio he tries to read something, and then he took favorite part. It's visual but someone like a fly flew into his mouth. So here is what resist we much we must fail. All Jedi about a shutdown the Torchy's in the race the of Kubrick's. France. We've. John. Rush limbaugh. Rush limbaugh. Rush Limbaugh piece show, rush Lombard. Court justice. So you're such a mile is Mike is Mike mockery yesterday. And Tony Antoni Scalia, Kim kadarshian and the Republican candidates row and Benghazi. We ranked behind locked visa vita. I. Kasdan Kazakhstan college students in Beijing getting lunch at chip for les in Iowa is appropriate GOP's tax day giveaway to millionaires. Was traffic problems? Emails sent Environmental Protection Agency. And what's the quest station has done? It's worth seeing for that. Last part. All the old Reverend by the way. What was the last two discern that his church? The Reverend do you guys? Remember, I wasn't there. Nineteen.

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"national action network" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on WJR 760

"A race baiter something even worse. And there you are talking to him. You've got Democrats going to that national action network. Which is shocked ins organization, do they call them out. No, you know, who works with sharpen his brother. Andrew cuomo. Has Andrew Cuomo called out Farrakhan? Maybe he did. I haven't heard it. How about the democrat party? Tummy. Did they call out Keith Ellison his association with Jewish leaders and Farrakhan, no he was deputy, chairman of the of the DNC. Steve king is who continue to tell you about. The democrat party is loaded with these people loaded with leftists haters race, baiters, racists anti-semites, and it's getting worse. Tough guy. Chris Cuomo doesn't call them out his brother, his brother cavorts with many of them. Then Don lemon last night on CNN. This guy's a real reprobate. He really is in my humble opinion. And I say it would all due respect cut ten go. The maga- had carries a certain connotation that provokes a conditioned reaction from many people. There you go. A condition reaction from many people. Because you see, ladies and gentlemen, the make America. Great again hat is racist. It evokes concerns about racism. Go ahead for marginalized people, for example, Pocahontas, right? This was a native American tell me tell me something sour lemon. How about Hitler and Stalin? Those names does that mean anything to you on the president of the United States called Hitler and Stalin? Does that bother you when he's mocked that way on your own network? When you and others imply if not flat out state that he's a racist. Pretty outrageous. Go ahead, their chaperones should be keenly aware of that those kids should know that. And let's say that the kids didn't kids shouldn't wear those hats, then none of this would have happened. The black Hebrew Israelites wouldn't have attacked them. The indian-americans wouldn't have confronted them. If they just would distance themselves from Trump, or at least, not vocalise it or not portray their support for him. None of this would have happened. The kids were looking for it. They were bathing everybody. Go ahead. Their chaperones should be you idiot. Can't believe you have a show of any kind. You're an idiot night after night after night. Yeah. Right. Spader night after night after night. You gave Pashto antiques. I remember you gave past her antiga. So if they're wearing black mask and black outfits and running around with socks Phil what golf balls and Nichols and marbles beating the crap out of people, and I'm not just talking about beating the crap out of clansman beating the crap out of other people with whom they disagree eight militia how about that. Don. You fraud. Angela awry on CNN last night. They just lineup these left wing hard-core radicals pretend their journalists. They invite guests on because they know what these guests are going to say. And here.

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"national action network" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on KTOK

"Org. He's here. Now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the. The thousands of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader, Mark. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. All right. Chris Cuomo on CNN last night. He he's hooked on. Steve king of Iowa. He sucked on Steve king of Iowa. It's the one guy they have. It's the one guy they can point to. I can point the ten of them. Ten of them. But let's listen to Chris Cuomo democrat liberal New York Cuomo family, CNN cut nine go. And I think if the kids don't have the hats on their heads. You have a very different situation. Yes. In terms of Howard's perceived, and I'm okay, tolerating all of that. And the early wait a minute pow. What do you mean? You're okay, tolerating all that. In other words, ladies and gentlemen, you see the hat is the new white hood. That's what they're trying to say. They've been saying that I'm okay with that. Look like, I'm okay, I'm okay with that. So be it. You know, they they can wear those hats. Thank you. You jerk you schmo, you nobody. You think you actually got your job because you earned it? Hey, got your job because it's called nepotism. Because you're an idiot. Into yale. 'cause you're smart now, you got an Yale 'cause you names Cuomo. Go ahead that was wrong because you can correct that's fine. And there was nothing done here to anybody and the scrutiny. What's the problem? The kids were smeared. Their faces are all over death threats. That are shut the school today. The schools open Covington the cops were everywhere. Hey, that's fine. What's the big deal? Nobody was harmed. You hear this? If that were CNN, oh, you'd never hear the end of it. It was their kids in their school. You'd never hear the end of it, you notice no talk about freedom of speech freedom of assembly. No, no talk about these thugs. These so-called black Hebrew Israelites and the other thugs who came in there. And then the lied about these kids. No, no, no, no. Go ahead. So you take that as a comes. It wasn't a pretty situation to begin with. But the president just let how he speed talks through that. Because CNN. Has anti semitism and bigotry all over itself. All over at south. It's dripping with it. Race baiting dripping with it. Go ahead. Poached this position and he ignored. So the president poached this position. He poached this position that is the position of a white supremacist of a racist. This guy is a nobody had a nobody show in the morning, but they think he's so good. They give him his own primetime show. So the president of the United States, ladies and gentlemen, poached this position. That's why the hats are problem. This is their narrative. That the president's are racist that his supporters are racist. This narrative over at CNN. There's no diversity of thought in this newsroom. There's no thought whatsoever. They sit there on their fat asses every day and every night trying to figure out how to trash the president and trashes supporters. It must make them feel great when Chris Cuomo's in the Hamptons when they're roaming around Manhattan. When they're getting a lot at some restaurant. Hey, that's our guy recognized this is their world. That's their bubble. Go ahead king. You have to see that for what it is. It doesn't make any sense, except the most obvious sense. He plays favorites when it comes to bigotry, political expediency and to bigotry, what are you a a talking clown. He plays favorites when it comes to bigotry. Really quick coma. You're pointing at yourself. You're looking at yourself in the mirror. I'm sure you do. So endlessly, I can tell the way you look into the camera. You're in love with yourself. You've had anti-semitism and race baiting by race baiters on your own network. You haven't call that a single one. The guy who you talk to. Don lemon. He's a race baiter something even worse. And there you are talking Tom. You've got Democrats going to that national action network. Which is sharpens organization. Do they call them out? Now, you know who works with sharpen his brother. Andrew cuomo. Has Andrew Cuomo called out Farrakhan? Maybe he did. I haven't heard it. How about the democrat party? Tummy. Did they call out Keith Ellison his association with Joe leaders and Farrakhan, no he was deputy, chairman of the of the DNC. Steve king is who continue to tell you about. The democrat party is loaded with these people loaded with leftists haters race, baiters, racists anti-semites, and it's getting worse. Tough guy. Chris Cuomo doesn't call them out his brother, his brother cavorts with many of them. Then Don lemon last night on CNN. This guy's a real reprobate. He really is in my humble opinion. And I say it would all due respect cut ten go. The maga- had carries a certain connotation that provokes a conditioned reaction from many people. There you go. A condition reaction for many people. Because you see, ladies and gentlemen, the make America. Great again hat is racist. It evokes concerns about racism. Go ahead for marginalized people, for example, Pocahontas, right? This was a native American tell me tell me something sour lemon. How about Hitler and Stalin? Those names does that mean anything to you on the president the United States called Hitler and Stalin? Does that bother you when he's mocked that way on your own network? When you and others imply if not flat out state that he's a racist. Pretty outrageous. Go ahead. They're chaperones should be keenly aware of that those kids should know that. And let's say that the kids didn't kids shouldn't wear those hats, then none of this would have happened. The black Hebrew Israelites wouldn't have attacked them. The Indian Americans wouldn't have confronted them. If they just would distance themselves from Trump, or at least, not vocalise it or not portray their support for him. None of this would have happened. The kids were looking for it. They were bathing everybody. Go ahead. They're chaperones should be shut up you idiot. I can't believe you have a of any kind urine idiot night after night after night. You're a race baiter night after night after night you gave up past antiques. I remember you gave a pastor antiga set. They're wearing black mask and black outfits and running around with socks Philip golf balls and Nichols and marbles beating the crap out of people. And I'm not just talking about beating the crap out of clansman beating the crap out of other people with whom they disagree, a militia. How about that? Don. Fraud. Angela rye on CNN last night. They just lineup these left-wing hard-core radicals pretend their journalists. They invite guests on because they know what these guests are going to say. And here she is cut eleven go. Like, forget Donald Trump for a moment. And just think about this symbol of that red red hat. That's like a white hood that red hat. You know, Trump's the grand wizard of the sixteen hundred Pennsylvania clan over there. On pennsylvania. We know that 'cause Hakim Jeffries told us. Go ahead when I see the make-america-great-again hat now. Chris I am triggered she's trigger. She's triggered. While if she's triggered then I guess, we should all burn our hatch. We should start burning books. Oh, yes. We need to make the nation safe for who is it for Angela rye. I feel that way whenever I see that CNN logo. I'm triggered like hell. I'm like the horse trigger. I'm triggering all over the place. Go ahead. Oh, trigger Andre. I think in a lot of ways our friendship has been compromised by the fact that you continue to support this, man. The one thing I will say to you to be absolutely fair is more than anybody else that I know on this network. You will regularly take Donald Trump to task. I don't agree with you on this last point. Okay. Well, then you see there's a little bit of hope for Andrei whoever that is little bit of hope for Andrei because now and then he trashed Trump. Go ahead. A great again hat is just as maddening and frustrating and triggering for me to look at as a KKK hood KKK hood. So he's a clansman. He's a Nazi he Stalin. And.

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"national action network" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That we get our federal workers all our federal workers back to work. And that they get paid. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's ten after the hour while President Trump paid silent homage yesterday to slain civil rights icon, Martin Luther King junior. Bob Costantini reports. Political heavyweights on the federal holiday did not miss an opportunity to contrast king and Trump President Trump spent about two minutes standing at the technically closed one Luther King junior memorial in Washington on a bitterly cold day on everybody. Great day beautiful day. I thank you for being here at an inside celebration of king's life put on by the national action network. Former vice president Joe Biden criticizing the president's fighting for a border wall and his rhetoric was reaching out to young voters as the seventy six year old Mr. Biden weighs another presidential bid. They have been awakened ladies, gentlemen. Over sixty percent of this Baleno generation believe that increasing diversity is good for them in good for taking on the president over the shutdown border wall and efforts to limit even legal immigration in Columbia, South Carolina. A state that holds an early primary Senator Bernie Sanders hadn't event honoring king it gives me. No pleasure to tell you that. We now have a president of the United States who is a racist at the national action network celebration hosted by Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King the third king. Julia was a bills are not a wall builder. President Trump tweeted out a video of this reflating visit to the king memorial in DC. But also tweeted this message for the holiday we celebrate Dr Martin Luther King junior for standing up for the self evident truths Americans hold so dear that no matter what the color of our skin or the place of our birth. We are all created equal by God. The holiday also marked the beginning of the second half of President Trump's term. Bob Costantini, Washington. Twelve after the hour now up next on America in the morning. What officials are saying about air travel during.

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Democrats eyeing 2020 participate in Martin Luther King Jr. Day events

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats eyeing 2020 participate in Martin Luther King Jr. Day events

"This Martin Luther King junior day democratic presidential candidates and those who might run are fanning out across the country meeting voters. Here's ABC's Ellie wrote former vice president Joe Biden is among the possible democratic hopefuls making MLK day appearances by an address the national action network's annual king. Day breakfast in Washington where he criticized President Trump's unwillingness to condemn racism at music events, like the two thousand seventeen Charlottesville protests, which left one woman dead president of the United States make a moral equivalence between those who are spreading the hate. And those who are opposing Biden has not yet announced whether or not he will make a third bid for the

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"national action network" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I can't believe by the way, this was done to fifty five and six year olds by the way, Saturday Night Live, they want a all I want for Christmas is Muller to lock up. Trump only other option is a coup, of course from them. We'll get into all of that house short. It's the funniest story of ever. See it pays himself a million and a half dollars from his own national action network what for for the rights to his life story. This is his charity he paid himself from his own charity. Five hundred thirty one grand according to his latest tax filing five hundred. But the only get it for a ten year period of time. I guess he'll sell it again for a million dollars next time to the same people to go sell his life story. I I don't know. Why that struck me as funny today? It did. I'm glad you're with us. Oh, we have a lot of caravan news massive success by the President, China tariffs. I've told every conservative friend of mine that was most worried legitimately. So because about some type of trade war that the president was going to engage in or tariffs that he was gonna place on on different countries. I said, no, it's not him. It's a negotiating tactic. If you don't make them believe that you're gonna. Do it. They're never gonna move and they're never going to offer. We we have had horrible one-sided deals with everybody that includes NATO seventy-two cents of every dollar. That includes our even our European allies and friends, supposedly, they have one sided trade deals Mexico. Nafta Canada now China, so we're making huge progress which will get to also today we have a lot of deep state news. We're going to get into in. The course of the program will make it all happen. What do you say about a guy like President George Herbert Walker Bush except just embodies it's it's all part of. I mean, this is my dad's generation my father would bought for years in the Pacific in World War Two. And he did I didn't know is the longest lived longer than any president in American history. Only two families have had a father and son become president. He obviously being one of them and. Do you think of his years has ambassador to China director of the CIA eight years, the Reagan Reagan got me in love with politics. Reagan convinced me, that's why I became a conservative. And here we are thirty years later in radio am I twenty third year of FOX. It's amazing. How many people don't get how consistent I have been in terms of my conservative ideas and philosophy. Of course, you can't be intellectually honest and not at times change opinions on certain issues, which I have involved in overtime. I consider myself a little more civil libertarian certainly than I ever was before. I think the main things government ought to do ought to be limited in nature. I've always believed that Reagan always said, you know, government is the problem. I've always believed in lower taxes, free markets, liberty and freedom. I've always believed that every individual is brought on this earth is a child of God. Every single person has natural talent and ability and swear word education comes from. Then that is you know to bring forth from within. That's because God put it there. That's side. Boys believed in that we're endowed by our creator of our founding document. I believe that our great constitution. But government becomes more intrusive, more intrusive in and Reagan taught me something. I watched studied the eight years he was president is on radio just as he was, you know, I guess I started in nineteen eighty seven. And I I remember I was like, you know, here's a guy that gave us tax cuts and created the single longest period of peacetime economic growth in American history. He left the presidency have been created over twenty million new jobs. He literally in this happened actually in the Bush years. But as Reagan has said tear down this wall, and George Herbert Walker Bush presided over that, and you know, I look at the the wife of military service. I look at the life. Of as a businessman. I was watching forty-three George W Bush talking about his dad, and you know, he could have joined a hedge fund after college. You went to Yale. He was a great athlete. And no he wanted to be an Edessa, Texas and living conditions were particularly great. He said says mom would describe their living next to prostitutes. Apparently. I'd never knew that story before anyway on a personal level. I've just gotten to know him, and I know the family, and I've known them for many years and just they represent everything that is good and decent. And this man spent a life serving his country. He just every in every capacity his entire adult. Life was about service for others. And he did it with a passion. There's only a couple of years ago, and you know, he's still jumping out of airplanes. And you know, at the end of the day for any of us when that moment comes and we've got to meet our creator and crossover to that other side, I think all of us want to have lived life and the world is a better stronger place. The United States was was is better and stronger because of George Herbert Walker Bush, especially in his years as vice president and president. It wasn't without controversy wasn't without his own tough moments in life. I mean, that's really what creates character and people isn't it when we get tested, and then those routes inside us, we need to go deeper and deeper don't we otherwise we're just going to get blown away in the in the wind when the rains come. And it's it's not good. I did an interview with both forty-one forty-three I'm gonna airport so this tonight on Hannity, and there was a love between forty three and forty one. It was unbelievable. I went down when the President Bush, George W Bush, you know, invited me to was museum down there in went down on SMU campus. I forgot was father's presidential forget where I don't remember. But anyway, his dad and his mom with their mom had recently passed away as you all know Barbara Bush, and so I'm doing an interview just with forty three and forty one was in a wheelchair. And so anyway, we're about to do the interview. And he says don't no I wanna watch any case literally sat and watched the interview with his son couldn't be more proud, and I won't give it away. But what when I interviewed them together. You know, and George Bush said this in an interview that I saw last night over the weekend. When I was watching maybe a sixty minutes last night. And he said, you know, told the story when he first went into the Oval Office and his dad called him, Mr President, and how his father really let him be his own, man. And he said just love him and be a dad. It's just very touching. And it just it just embodies greatness goodness. You know, so many Americans never become famous. And by the way, you if you want it, you can it may not be all it's cut out to be let me just say that. But at the end of the day, whatever you do for a living. Whatever talent you have. We all have to serve other people in some capacity. I can't imagine anything worse. I said this many many times then what it must be like if you don't have a purpose and a job. In life. And you're not give him back. And I don't care what it is eight. Listen. I know we've always scorned almost some people have scorn on the left. Stay at home. Mom..

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"national action network" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Account to us for your life one day any more than we'll stand and given account for you. I'm so this isn't my me as an operating here of Angeles tickly, I'm explaining because I think the audience deserves to know why I say the things I say and do the things I do if I'm going to, you know, have show in a platform like this. I think the audience deserves for to see do the math. So I'm only explaining the math formula that I'm working out in my own conscience right now. And what I? See right now in the final straw for me was the cavenaugh charade and character assassination in lynching. What I see right now is we are. We are now coming or at the turning of the tide people like me warn, folks, like you Larry about for many, many years is now here, let me offer another example. This is from yesterday speaking at the this is from axios speaking at the national action network legislative congress or conference Senator Bernie Sanders blasted President Trump calling him a racist, a homophobe, a xenophobe and a religious bigot quote. We have a president who is a racist. A president who is a sexist a president who is a homophobic and a president who has NFO and a president who is a religious bigot. It gives me no joy to tell you that. But it is the truth, and we need to confront that unquote. How did Donald Trump come to the presidency? Hostile takeover that he buy it out added the come to the presidency. How how do you get power? It's called elected office. Which means Donald Trump. How did he get power? He was. Elected who elected him? People people. What are the odds? I don't know. Maybe they're high. What are the odds? Bernie Sanders believes that Donald Trump is this person. But the sixty five million people who voted for him in two thousand sixteen are fairly well adjusted stable, and he's empathetic to what caused them to be so desperate, but to vote for such a broken, man. Like this any no way, shape or form would overly generalize. Calling his in believing that everyone or even a a large chunk of those who voted for Donald Trump would also meet this criteria. What are the odds of that? Do you think I would say with Bernie Sanders? I think he's at this point at this particular point, he's such a political animal he's ambivalent towards that. But I'd say his followers. That's a different story. This is not a minor figure. This guy got twenty million votes in the last democratic primerica is. This is a Nash one of the biggest national names in American politics. Today is Bernie Sanders. Let's say Aaron you're right. This reminds me of a conversation..

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"national action network" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you so much Reverend. Thank you for your leadership at thank you to all of you. I want to start by some really good news. I noticed that you're wearing your purple tie. Right. And I'm wearing purple which is a color Minnesota because it's the color of the Vikings and prints. It is also the color of purple state and this year, Minnesota we won big in a purple state, and we. Not only elected our first African American statewide Keith Ellison, the attorney general's office. We also elected our first Muslim American woman to congress and Ilan, Omar. We elected our first indigenous women in the country to executive office in Peggy Flanagan that'll happened in our election in Minnesota. So I wanna thank Allah for his leadership. I've got to see him firsthand work on maybe not these issues that just get every headline. Maybe he does some of that too. But I got to see Reverend Sharpton work on some antitrust issues to make sure the antitrust laws and the way we handle these mergers allow African American voices and content on TV I've got to see him work when we had real problems during the downturn and stand up for this community. So I want to thank him for that. That's okay. And I wanna mostly thank your national action network for everything you've done to make sure that every vote is counted what happens when every vote is counted or we just found out what happened last night. Kirstin cinema was declared the winner in Arizona. Back. What happens when every vote is counted? And when you look at what we are dealing with right now in Florida. Where literally they are attacking the integrity of poll workers people who are just they're doing their jobs. And we once again say every vote should be counted. When every vote is counted, then it's right? You look at Georgia where the weight at one polling location was over four hours long in America today when elected officials opened the pulse, you look at the candidate on the Republican side there the secretary of state while running for governor held up the voter registration of fifty three thousand people including over in one case, a hyphen in the name will you know, what in Georgia every vote should be counted. And that is how our candidate can have a fair shot Senator Amy klobuchar. It's gotta happen. So I spent a lot of time on voting issues. I'm the ranking on the rules committee, and that's our job, and I also am on the judiciary committee. And so that is going to be a major focus when Reverend Sharpton asked about the agenda. I think number one on the agenda. Has got to be our economy. And then you can't have a fair economy for everyone. If you don't have fair writing X voting, and that means reauthorizing reauthorizing the Voting Rights Act, and it means passing my Bill to allow every single person when they turn eighteen to automatically registered.

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"national action network" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The national action network is hosting this conference live. The Russell Senate office building on Capitol Hill. Good morning. Al sharpton. You have another hand to Tiffany. And I'm so happy to see so many of you come from around different parts of the country. This is the first gathering of activists. Since the midterm elections and our determination, and we have other buses coming. How determination is that? We want the senators and members of congress to lay out where they see us going. Where we go the next one hundred days, then we do committees. And we're going to actually visit some of their offices to really find out exactly where we're going. We're going to hear from them here. We're going to question we visit office. We cannot keep telling people in our community to come out and vote, and then we don't know what is the agenda, and what is going to be accomplished voting rights healthcare, particularly preexisting conditions. Criminal Justice reform, where are we on these issues? And what are they gonna do? The Democrats have now taken a majority in the house. Well, what is the agenda, and we cannot go from fighting to get a majority. Who's going to be the speaker? That is not agenda agenda is who's going to get Johnny home shouldn't be forty two and forty years in jail. All this. Beltway politics does not work on main street or Martin Luther King boulevard. So we want to hear from our senators, and our congress people on their vision than we want to visit them and have dialogue with them. And we want them to know by having these amount of people from these amount of states here. Let them know we're going to be in your face. We didn't just vote and go home. Rena go vote and go back, and he Turkey we are ready for action. 'cause we on an administration that has declared war on us. And we wanna know who sad. Everybody's on. Am I right? Now..

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NYC no email after-hours law would promote work life balance

The Moth Radio Hour

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

NYC no email after-hours law would promote work life balance

"Afghan defence officials say they've killed a senior militant commander in an ear strike carry hekmat the head of one of these groups afghan units was killed on friday he was targeted by drawn in the northern province of jews john kerry heck marta defected from the taliban to islamic state world news from the bbc and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson a survivor of the parkland florida school shooting joined the reverend al sharpton today to announce a june rally in front of president trump's manhattan apartment to protest gun violence eased by access to salt weapons away eastman a junior at stoneman douglas high school was at sharpens national action network in harlem for the ministers weekly meetings seventeen year old eastman wasn't class on february fourteenth when a gunman fired through a window sparing her but eventually killing seventeen people the june second rally at the beginning of new york state's gun violence awareness month is to start at trump international tower on columbus circle and proceed toward fifth avenue and trump tower technology that wants promised freedom from the office has instead become a ball and chain in its own right it's blurred the lines between work hours and well any other hour so if you're up this saturday responding to emails from your boss or other coworkers you'll be happy to know a new york city council member wants to put a stop to that raphael espinel has proposed legislation that would bar employers from requiring employees to check and respond to non emergency emails texts and other electronic communication sent outside of regular work hours or retaliating against them if they didn't the recently introduced legislation is only in the beginning stages with initial committee hearings expected sometime in june critics wonder how a lot like that could work especially in a place like new york city which is always buzzing.

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"national action network" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on WTMA

"To find a place to park at last night school board meeting the proposal to park a number of school buses at a site near james island elementary school went down in defeat due to resident opposition ripped murkier glorying a resounding 'no recovery hearing about now back to school the seems to be yet another example where a community of colors asking the school board to listen to their voice well it did go down a defeat the voice the vote was five two four against the plan right now school buses are being parked at ford johnson middle school on james island but a new bus parking area will have to be sound due to construction there a rally is planned today at the state house those participating hope to talk to lawmakers about changing some of the state's gun laws the local national action network says it will be there to talk about common sense gun changes national action network says that it wants to uh talk about the friday morning shooting death of forty were kneeroll brian cook and the wounding of cooks father as the two were giving of their time to build a home two teens are charged i activists charles glover says responsibility in such cases lies with the parents and with lawmakers when it comes to guns artillery come together as one body we are going to free over the renewal of defeat the trafficking of guns aides all communities.

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"national action network" Discussed on News Talk 1490

News Talk 1490

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on News Talk 1490

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"national action network" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on WTMA

"Not just window it's a lot of other folks there are saying this and you know brady court garbin who by the way didn't call in yesterday he says it you know he's a white supremacist iosseliani out of blablabla elder james johnson president of the national action network south carolina chapter he was there at the meeting he said that having somebody like bannon come to speak only serves to divide the community further and that is appearance could bring in the gators to charleston from outside the community or barely elder james johnson doesn't like a whole lot of people coming in from outside the community we're not going allow foreign is coming in his country training people like this and a ten mile rate is we have thirty four hair 'rabla foreign stove within our community so i don't like the arabs coming in you don't like people coming in from outside of the community said we don't wanna another charlottesville its rhetoric like this that will cause another charlottesville elder james johnson window gillyard it's it's it's your hateful rhetoric that is riling people up right now both window gillyard an elder jane johnson said they're concerned about the kind of influence the bannon's message might have on cadets they challenged alumni to step forward now general rose a promise that senator dole leave ship would review of vince featuring controversial speech you're speakers in the future i hope they don't i hope they don't give a group wants to bring a speaker in they ought to have the right to bring that speaker in i mean my gosh we wouldn't well i you got you got an audience with the general yesterday james johnson window gillyard you guys got to go and speak why does it this guy to come and speak and have still had yet to have anybody tell me why steve bannon is considered a white nationalist a white supremacist a neo nazi of the misogynist all of these all of these these charges that are levelled against the van and i would just simply like proof that's all but just because you folks decide that he is a racist does it mean that it's it's true so you can come along and you can call somebody a nazi in equate him with.

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"national action network" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"national action network" Discussed on WTMA

"It is three o to charleston county sheriff's died team recovered a body from a pond in the fifty seven hundred block of jupiter hill road in adams run around noon today no other information has been released coroner's office will determine the identity and caused than manner or of death berkeley county coroner's office has now release the identity of a body found this morning in a yard in the one hundred block of meese wrote in lattes in the body is that of 23yearold zachary it dev on so of lads the call of shots fired came in around six this morning that investigation continues right now there are no suspects charles de county coroner's office has now identified the victim in an early monday morning shooting he is 71yearold henry browne of north charleston bond denied for the two suspects identified as 17yearold bobby macgill case and and twenty year old brandon deshaun myers each of them now facing murder grand larceny charges reports say the two suspects were in the process of stealing brown's car a shooting happened on part and gate drive in north charleston just after midnight yesterday take down the job on c kowloon statue that was the message it today's news conference from marion square the national action network the end of alesi p and others saying that there will be a march to colombia in january demanding lawmakers repeal the heritage act which protects historic monuments and statues also during the news conference today charleston representative wendell gillyard talked about the nine billion dollar a year tourism industry in charleston saying it's time to share the wealth i wanna cui said he learned billion dollar terrorist industry i wanna see tale the rules pounds george each other two covering the blinds with any went on to say that when he visits bankers and credit unions he doesn't see anyone who quote looks like us and north charleston police report a sixteen year old boy accidentally shot himself last night the teen told police that he was being chased by a dog alone dubbed lien street when the gun he was carrying went off the teen was taken to a hospital for treatment and is being charged with unlawful possession of a gun because he was not eighteen.

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