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Eyes Turn to Hillary Clinton, Not Trump in the Russiagate Scandal

The Trish Regan Show

02:11 min | 8 months ago

Eyes Turn to Hillary Clinton, Not Trump in the Russiagate Scandal

"This story, by the way, about Hillary Clinton's team breaking into the servers for Trump. It's not even in here. Like the media isn't even covering it. It didn't even happen. Which we're going to talk about some more in a second, but first, I just think that this is pretty shocking that no one's on this, and now we're learning that from a report, by the way, out of Fox, that John Radcliffe was saying, look, there's enough evidence here for some heads to roll effects effectively or at least for some indictment. So the saying that you can indict a ham sandwich, but apparently, not if you're part of team Clinton, then there's no indictments happening. It's possible and I wonder if in some ways there were people within the deep state so to speak that felt like, well, this would be a bad move for the country in very banana republic ask and maybe they were sort of this hush. I was trying to cover it up, but I'm kind of shocked that another candidate could infiltrate the servers of the rival and somehow get away with that. I mean, and then you think of what this country was put through, right? There should be some punishment for that. Because our country was put through a lot. For basically three years, three years of Russia Russia Russia. And three years of constant media attention and somehow Donald Trump was the manchurian candidate propped up by Russia and they had apparently all these goods on him and were basically pulling all the strings. I mean, it was all so wild. So fantastical, I read the so called dossier that BuzzFeed, by the way, by the way, it was out there. Everybody kind of knew it was sort of fake it a red, by the way, like a piece of fake Intel. It read like something no offense against the national inquirer. I realized they break a lot more stories than, you know, a lot of other news organizations, but it read like that, like tabloid supermarket stuff, and this was something that BuzzFeed went for it in published and the media, the mainstream media really ran with, and I'm like, why is nobody checking any sources here? I mean, our own FBI. Didn't check any sources on all this.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

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National Enquirer Publisher Fined $187,500 for Helping Trump Campaign

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

National Enquirer Publisher Fined $187,500 for Helping Trump Campaign

"Of the National Enquirer $187,500 for paying $150,000.2 former Playboy model Karen MacDougal to keep her claim of an affair with former President Donald Trump from going public before the 2016 election. I'm Tim McGuire, Biden and

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Have we solved the black hole information paradox?

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Have we solved the black hole information paradox?

"Universe is full of interesting and amazing things and none more mysterious than black holes and try black holes are these weird corners of the universe where we think secrets lie. We suspect that solution to the age. Old conflict between general relativity and quantum mechanics might lie right at the heart of black holes but of course nobody can see inside them. So it's incredibly frustrating to think that the answers to some of our deepest questions exist but are hidden from us. Does that drive physicist bunkers to know that there are out there but maybe they're trapped in a place where they can never get out. That's essentially the project of physics right. The answers are out there. The universe does contain these answers. And if you can come up with the right experiment you can force the universe to reveal those truth. That's basically how we accumulated all the knowledge that we have but yet frustrating to think that there might be places in the universe that nobody could ever look where information could hide forever escaping from even our most clever efforts to reveal them. You make it sound. Like viz are like paparazzi of the universe. You're trying to catch the universe. He no sunbathing and its portrait. Something i used to think of us as more like murder mystery detectives but yeah paparazzi. More positive way because the universe is beautiful. It deserves our attention. Yeah i guess. They're surprised to being the universe. We're just here trying to enjoy the beauty of the universe. You know and get it signature once in a while so we can sell it on ebay to the national enquirer or times magazine. One of those to whoever will take is part of the freebritney movement. I don't think there's a free universe movement where they're like. Hey physicist leave the universe alone. Some of the mystery no.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"She is an awful person. She has been a whiny, never Trumpers since forever. Then there's Anthony Scaramucci. He was White House communications director for about 22 minutes. Got fired was terrible at the job realized that there was no future and being a trump supporter. But there was a future in being a trump basher as a former Trump administration employees and became a full blown never comfort. And then there's Amanda Carpenter who used to I know Amanda a little bit. Not a particularly impressive person. Nice was nice enough. She's gone off the deep end. She was accused. He was one of the people who's accused of having an affair with Ted Cruz. By the National Enquirer Back in 2016, and after that, she went off the deep end. She lost her damn mind. It's three. Never trump pseudo Republicans and don lemon. Now you would think this would be a drum circle it all join hands. Think come by God be like the Whos down in who? Ville After the right before the grinches heart grew three sizes. You know they're all singing Pop group, All right, and then Oh, my goodness. Maybe Christmas isn't about getting free stuff. I'm gonna return the roast beast. You think that's what it would be, But it is not because miserable people are miserable people. Even when they're getting what they want. Anybody who's known somebody who's truly miserable knows that to be, Ah, universal truth doesn't matter. You are getting exactly what you want, and you're still horrible. Then the problem is you. It's not all the things you complain about. The problem is, ultimately you Listen to this exchange that they had and you've got never trump on. Never trump violence. It's just It's hilarious. Cut one. Go ahead. But his is but it is a stupid okay, man trigger, you know damn well with Anthony, You're too smart for that. Okay. Well, he worked for Trump, so I don't know. I didn't like, Oh, everything. Take Cruz. You work for Ted Cruz? A full on trader. I mean, what are you talking about? You have any standing to say that? Excuse me. Excuse me, Anthony Scaramucci, full on fragrance and praising Donald Trump to the hill. When I work for Ted Cruz, you want to go there? He took this crazy cruising or form. It's Excuse me. What was that really need it in praise Ted Cruz, and you work for history when you were Donald Trump's communications person willingly, don't be. Don't be a hypocrite on national TV. I've owned.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some limits. But 20 you pretty much can do whatever you want are are on Facebook or Twitter. But I got to tell you something, You know, we We need to. We need to gain control because if we don't gain control, then something we will have created the Frankenstein which will which will which will destroy us? That's why want to overstay my welcome, But I did not believe that those two companies had any kind of national utility status. Or chartering, but maybe I could be educated on that. I will look into that further. But what else say about I think that they have the right To block it, and we have the right to leave it just like anything else in our capital capitalist society. Unfortunately, though, my bigger problem with Facebook and Twitter, which I both I used both personally and for work. Regularly, like incessantly actually for work, and it's maddening. Could I actually want to get off of it? And I have personally but it worked. I'm on it endlessly, and it's kind of a drag because it's just so much misinformation Spin. And like I say, I worked. I worked for a local government and the amount of misinformation spin. How no question, Mary, but But what I'm saying is that you, you walk through the supermarket aisle and you have all of those tabloid newspapers, OK? The equivalent would be you walk through that aisle and you say of the National Enquirer, the National Star. Whatever you decide to rip those papers up because you think they are putting out information that's dilatory ISS. That's actually I own the store than in that instance. If I'm just a customer coming along and ripping up those papers, not just a naughty knee, But if the store or the corporation like Wal Mart says we're going to ban this entire brand, which they actually different corporations have done that they do. They do block entire brand think there's no question no question about that. But again. That they are on what the what I think of the equivalent of public utilities. I mean, they didn't invent the Internet. They didn't create the Internet. They haven't strung wires from their office in, you know, in California to your house into my house anyway, Mary, I'm up on my break. I'm sure people are more familiar with the legalities and the existence of Twitter and Facebook will fill us in. But thanks so much for the call and following my advice, I think they can't marry, don't you? It's amazing the influence you might have 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30. This is dangerous stuff. Folks were in the 21st century. Here, Open up your eyes. It's a simple as that Back on nightside Nightside, Boston's NewsRadio. WeII made Yusa insurance for members like Martin, a veteran made of conviction. He believes if you're going to do something, you should do it right, like measuring twice on cutting once. The one a hailstorm to this house and this car You SA reached out to him before he could even inspect the damage, Martin said. That's.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You there? Hello? Rick. Rick! Rick! Rick! Rick. I didn't mean Oh, yeah, Rick, I got you now thy Riko ahead back to Florida. Todd and I wanted to say, I think your wife's a lawyer, Do you know? Can the president do Atlantic magazine for slander? Well, the president being a public figure and again that would open up Ah, whole lot of discovery. Could the president technically sue, you can sue for anything? Nerd Hee Su. Who knows? I mean, the president is rather litigious. Trump does file a lot of lawsuits he has in the past. He could guess the answer is, Could he sue? If he claims that this is false? Yeah, he could. So I don't know how successful eBay but you could sue for anything. They have a direct. Thank you. Let's grab irises. Next on, Schmidt will head a little further south from Sarasota. Let's head Fort Myers, Florida. Hello, Iris. You're on Schmidt. Hey, I am my first time Listening just discovered this radio station. But anyway, you know, I think it's hilarious that, um somebody figured out a way to make money. Selling to the readers of that enquiring Minds newspaper. Remember the National Enquirer exist? Where you you know? That that's that's the level of that. But, you know, do you know any woman anywhere on the planet who has not made a disparaging comment about her husband or another family member? It's hilarious. Yes, I'm sure that's the kissing your savage. You're saying the girl's readers of the Inquirer As you're saying, you're saying girls will be girls, and when they get together, they might make some disparaging comments about their husband or complain to their girlfriends and that what you're saying Hello? Yes, Yes. Hello. I hope I'm not. I hope I'm not telling on your wife. Oh, she's easy option. She has never said anything. Negative. Negative about anyone in your family. Of course. Iris, Of course. Hey, Iris. I'm glad you stumbled upon my show. Hopefully, you'll check it out more often. Yes, Yes. Friend of mine told me about the station. And now I have no idea who you are. I don't even know your name. What is your name? Uh, well, it's a very good question. My name is Todd Schmidt. The Schmidt show. How long have you been in Fort Myers? Or have you been in any of the places in Florida? Yeah, I've been to their photo tamp. You know, Miami here and there, but I like Myers, Although it's getting a little crowded, I'm thinking about Wyoming, South Dakota. I hear how long you been in Florida. You know how long you've been in Florida? How long you been in the state of Florida? Whoa! 22 years now, all right, So I don't know if you remember out of the Tampa area and you know, and all the way down to Sarasota, Venice even into North Fort Myers for 18 years, I did the legendary world famous M. J Morning show. Do you remember that? Nope. Never watched her or whatever it is. I'm just striking out with TV. Well, I was doing a favor so legendary. I was never heard of IRA. Remember my name from now on, it's Todd Schmidt. And this is the schnitzel Showa, Okay? Schmidt? Yeah. Google view. Thank you Go Google. Good to have a nice weekend. 100. I love it. I love you. I do that. She'd never heard of anything. I did 800 unless you just double the pod. Be 808 01 89 99 808 01. 89 99. I still have the trump audio that I've got to get to trumpet Andrew's last night, so hang on. We'll get to that coming up in just a bit. In fact, I'm probably start the audio in just a moment when we get back and then finish it after the bottom of the hour this hour, Schmidt is sponsored by home advisor Find, then hire professionals for any project. With the home advisor Apsley Goto APP store and get the home advisor AP.

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David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

Bloomberg Opinion

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

"Stepping down as CEO of the National Enquirer's parent American media. During his time, Pecker was tangled up in a campaign finance scandal that sent President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to jail.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Term Buster's 1 805 69 54 40 or visit our website at term Buster's dot net, Remember? 1 805 69 54 40 rates and availability may vary by state. Simple rate quotes based on preferred non tobacco underwriting exam required to qualify Federal regulators were warning consumers about ultraviolet lamps that are being promoted as tools to fight the corona virus. The FDA says. Ultraviolet like can kill germs, but it's not always safe and it's not clear how good a job it does. A new FDA advisory says the lamps have their limits. There's no published evidence about the wavelengths, dose or duration needed to attack the virus. They only work under conditions that don't always mimic RIA life situations. The light has to actually hit the virus. It won't, for example, reach underneath the table or counter top. And the FDA borns. If it's strong enough to take a part of Iris, it could damage human skin. I'm Jan Johnson, a riot declared early this morning outside of police Precinct in Portland, Oregon, as demonstrators continue to fight with police in Oregon's largest city officers forced protesters away from the department's North precinct. I'm Christopher Cruz. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. David Pecker is stepping down as CEO of the National Enquirer's parent American media. During his time, Pecker was tangled up in a campaign finance scandal that sent President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to jail. American Media Inc is being taken over by accelerate 3 60 logistics firm based in Georgia. Pecker will serve as an executive adviser to accelerates a 3 60 media division, which is based in New York. Delta Airlines unveiled plans to resume 50 international routes this year and next that had been grounded because of the pandemic. Revived flights begin in September and October from New York Atlanta In Boston, the airline told its pilot's union, nearly 13% of its members had decided to quit to reduce the number of possible layoffs. Roughly 100 restaurant owners in Brooklyn and Staten Island are planning a class action lawsuit against the city and state. Fox five New York reports They are saying they need to open indoors as the weather gets colder or risk having to close permanently. Officials have been saying the city and state's decision to hold off on indoor dining in New York City is partly based on recent spikes in cases globally. But restaurant owners say they aren't buying it, and they are suing. Dearing Company, the largest maker of agricultural machinery, increased its sales outlook for the year as farm equipment demand remained resilient despite an uncertain market due to the pandemic. More from Bloomberg's Greg Jared, the Moline, Illinois based producers had met income for the fiscal year would be $2.25 billion, up from a May estimate of 1.6 billion or two billion. Company said it expects agriculture and turf equipment sales to decline 10% compared with a fire range of 10 to 15% with a better outlook in the U. S. And Canada. Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg radio. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists.

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David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

Bloomberg Finance

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

"Down as CEO of the National Enquirer's parent American media. During his time, Pecker was tangled up in a campaign finance scandal that sent President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to jail. American Media Inc is being taken over by accelerate 3 60 logistics firm based in Georgia. Pecker will serve as an executive adviser to accelerates a 3 60 media division, which is based in New York. Delta

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David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

Masters in Business

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

"Down as CEO of the National Enquirer's parent American media. During his time, Pecker was tangled up in a campaign finance scandal that sent President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to jail. American Media Inc is being taken over by accelerate 3 60 logistics firm based in Georgia. Pecker will serve as an executive adviser to accelerates a 3 60 media division, which is based in New York. Delta

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David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

David Pecker out as CEO of National Enquirer parent company

"Is out as CEO at the National Enquirer's parent company. American media is being taken over by accelerate 3 60, a logistics firm based in Smyrna, Georgia. Under Pecker, the National Enquirer for years, very potentially embarrassing stories about President Trump and other favorite celebrities,

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David Pecker, CEO of National Enquirer's Parent, Steps Down

Bloomberg Law

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

David Pecker, CEO of National Enquirer's Parent, Steps Down

"The king of Catch and Kill is out. David Pecker is leaving his job as CEO over the parent company of the National Enquirer. Under Pecker, the tabloid would often buy the rights to embarrassing stories that never published them so called catch and kill. Inquires admitted One of those stories was about an alleged affair between President Trump saying I'm Rich

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"national enquirer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And so she sued him over it for $10 million the jury awarded carbon at $300,000. And also 1.3 in punitive damages. The trial court reduced it to $50,000 damages to 7,750,000 punitive damages, so she ended up with $800,000. I remember a lot of my dad's friends were were witnesses, or, you know to the actual incident and had to Ah, testify in court. So it was. It was a big deal was on TV like every single day. You know, Carol Burnett versus the National Choir is a big, huge story. And what was it back in the day was July 18th of 1983. So almost the anniversary Ding dong with that it was covenant versus the National Enquirer. All right, we're live on K. If I am 6 40 Don't forget Steve Gregory has a huge special coming up this Sunday. It's going to Sunday at four o'clock 4 to 6 p.m. So my set your timer your calendar for it and check it out. He's had two great hours. One is talking about the psychological unit that mount mental evaluation. Unit that lap he has, and also L. A sheriff's department has a similar one and how they send people out, Tio, you know, deal with people who are going through stressful situations, and some people are just crazy. S so he's going to have that on in the first hour. And then the second hour, a guy who is they called a gentle giant, one of the big, huge, strong buff cops from LAPD. I think South Central, a central division and or I think central deals with a lot of homeless issues, so that would.

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How Balanced is Your Reading Diet? - Thoughts from Kevin

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

How Balanced is Your Reading Diet? - Thoughts from Kevin

"Reach your potential as a leader and a human being. Welcome to remarkable TV today. I'm asking a question. How balanced is you're reading diet? Are you ready well? Let's go all right. We all know that we need a balanced diet right. We should have. We should eat the right kinds of stuff to have a balanced diet. Because we know that what you put in impact your health right but but have you ever thought about your reading diet because what you put in impacts your thinking and your skills so let's just think about this for a second like I don't need to go into the whole dietary minimum requirements. And all that stuff you know that what we read and what we put into our brain as like the protein the vitamins and minerals that our brains need so the question is are we putting the right inputs in right so I want to ask you some questions about this and get you thinking about it because just like we know that we should eat right. I think we should read right to okay. So here are some questions about your inputs question. Number one is. What is on your stack like you have a stack of stuff digital stack of audio? Excuse me of the audio things you want to listen to and the podcast and all that stuff but you also have a stack of the blog posts that you need to read or want to read it but you've gotta stack of magazines books to write like first of all if you don't have stack that's a possible problem. Just look at your stack. How much do you have because just like your pantry has a bunch of stuff? You want to have some things so you can pick. Maybe what you want right now. What's GonNa taste good right now? Right second question is do you have a stack and if you don't have a stack. I'm suggesting you OUGHTA start having one now. Yours don't have to be as unruly unnecessarily as large and messy as mine but you need to have a stack now. Once you've got your stack. The question is how balanced is it? Like if everything on your stack is sort of the national enquirer and People magazine and tmz. Type stuff. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that but like that's not a very balanced stack. The question is if you look at that stack. Is it going to be a healthful reading night? That's the question right now. Not just about what's on the stack because you could be saying the reason it's on the Stack Kevin's because I haven't read it right. So the next question is what have you read in the last week? And if you can't answer that question for you for me readily then one of two things is going on. You haven't read much or it didn't have much impact right now. If you read a lot like I do. You might not be able to come up with all of it feels able. I read some things on this and there is some things on this and to read some things on this like I can certainly tell you what I read last night because it was last night right. I shouldn't have too much trouble remembering that right. So what have you read in the last week? And if you can't really answer that question thing about how much you're reading it isn't enough but also WANNA start keeping a bit of a list right last

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"national enquirer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For the year before the break you mention that the there's a publication out with some fake curious and you and you asked was that the national Enquirer The New York Times shot of The New York Times oh my god the New York times is just I cannot believe Noam you gotta agree with me on this one would agree with me on this one no not just the new York times every single story that they publish during this crisis about the president is an attack on him every single story well like to land at the New York times is reporting for the corona virus to win here is anything to get a resident out of office right absolutely this guy gone and if it means the corona virus that's okay with you guys yeah that's right times of I said let's decide at the polls of course now you listen to me by the way the national Enquirer is getting ripped they're the ones is not the time to inquire is getting ripped because then they can article this as they were miracle pills and kitchen treatments that work and it's all bogus only wanted to listen to is Dr oz who came on with us a few minutes ago and he said the combination of the malaria medication and the Z. pack seems to be working over in France so and we do know somebody in you know to Michael who has a ninety year old mom who was suffering and the the malaria medications help to route so that's isn't it amazing though no I'm really just talking to you this morning no yeah isn't it amazing that when trump came out of that press conference and said there's a drug out there the user to fight malaria I have a good feeling about I think it's gonna be okay what did the New York times what did CNN do they went on a tear saying how dare this president suggested drug that's not been tested might help with no evidence whatsoever we just had Dr oz on saying the studies are now showing the examples are not showing that this drug can work and the mainstream media went after the president for that unbelievable extreme times call for extreme measures and he's doing that he's absolutely yeah in the ins in the interest of truth and we are we do one truth justice the American way it's not that he said it might work it's that he's a Superman FDA approved that's all Hey what is it go ahead must move hi Michael this is could be four hours of the same boxer doesn't bother me squad yeah it doesn't bother me how about that story well here's the thing so we said that playboy has announced that its this doing away with its actual physical magazine because of the corona virus but Keith Kelly my colleague in a great newspaper the New York Post plan he's come out and he did some good reporting here he said in fact the magazine playboy has been losing one million dollars an issue after just became a quarterly magazine in two thousand and nineteen so it's losing between four and five million dollars a year so playboy's kind of using this if you if you'll pardon the expression as a fig leaf to and and publication of a magazine that was in the toilet anyway and one other note before we go to news eve heard of uber eats right now that the live research on course uber it up yeah well there's a strip club in Oregon yeah they put out uber eats what they they're strippers delivering all as great a that's great and I will wear and much and they do a little jiggle them but is just as in the interest of journalism they are wearing pasties but instead of ubereats they've come up with uber eats can you send me that link one and some of them want to see the pictures I'm surprised that they would be either the pledge this reminder today's.

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Court unseals over 1,000 pages of Weinstein documents

Toby and Chilli

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Court unseals over 1,000 pages of Weinstein documents

"Documents were unsealed now that Harvey Weinstein's trial is over and then we found out that when the national Enquirer was gonna run is story where I guess Jennifer incident claimed or complained about Harvey sexually harassing her he reportedly said in an email Jen Aniston should be killed and he apparently also had this red flag list with a bunch of celebrities on them Ben Affleck was one of those

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Harvey Weinstein Said Jennifer Aniston ‘Should Be Killed,’ Unsealed Court Documents Reveal

Colleen and Bradley

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein Said Jennifer Aniston ‘Should Be Killed,’ Unsealed Court Documents Reveal

"Unsealed court documents revealed that Harvey Weinstein suggested that Jennifer Aniston should quote be killed upon learning that the national Enquirer was planning to report he sexually assaulted her this happened back on October thirty first twenty seventeen this was the same month of The New York Times released to their expose on Weinstein well apparently his spokeswoman forwarded him an email from the Inquirer with the heading not sure if you saw this one Jennifer Aniston and then he replied that yes Jennifer Aniston should be

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Are 'RHOBH' Star Dorit Kemsley and Husband PK Headed for Divorce?

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

06:41 min | 2 years ago

Are 'RHOBH' Star Dorit Kemsley and Husband PK Headed for Divorce?

"You told me you have some major housewives gossip. I have major housewives. Gaza go has not been reported anywhere yet. It's it's sort of writing news breaking news but I will say it's kind of secondhand so it's sort of like a second hand on the grounds like hey less you don't care if it's sixteen pounds over here and we don't care if it's true and so I have become friendly with a woman who lives in London. Whose House is sand. There aren't many of them. Okay so right and and cool people because is it hard to get Bravo over there. Yeah they don't have Bravo. They air the shows on reality channel. And but it's two seasons old white and it's on during the middle of the afternoon but then there's a streaming service that you can get for like four pounds a month and it has all of the housewives all the Kardashians botched all the true crime. And I love it. They combine all the channels. Because they're like this is what you want. Yeah it's just like here's all the trash except fiance. What about love after lockup unclear? I'm not the only person that what about below deck below deck is on there which I will just take this moment to announce l. even saying this but we are going to start covering below deck properly properly. Just got an soon. We're catching up. We're doing what we do with Vanderbilt. Many years ago we the people have spoken summer house. I cannot do that love summer. Okay speak to it. It's my favourite current Bravo. Show really. Yeah and I think it's like the people you like all the people even though they behave badly They're attractive and like they have been together for a while so there's some like good complicated dynamics so they know each other. 'cause I love those shows where it's like we're throwing people in here that have no history? Yeah it started as that but as it's gone on. They've had some really good addition. I guess I'm saying that but I've never I right but like like you get a who knew them or you know so so. I made friends with this woman. Who's the house is fan? And she told me that she has a friend with a big house in Saint John's Wood in London which is like the Bel Air Upper West Side of London and he has a very large house with a guest house. And there's someone. Who's staying in the guesthouse currently Colorado? Because he's getting a divorce is carol. No He's getting divorced meaning. They're now with him meaning. They are now with him but they have separated having announced to the press yet but are supposedly getting this man famous. This man is a house husband. Okay okay okay. So big couples getting divorced. Yes meaning leaks no God okay. Okay what can I get a city richards well? The person is in London. Dorando mentally now. She wasn't even married. I just I'm thinking her connection but it is a Beverly Hills House. Outspent weight is okay. Are you trying to tell me that? I'm trying to pieces together. That househusband is now going to date a housewife. No a house husband who we think is currently with the housewife has moved to London. Okay Okay Kelsey grammer. No David Foster. No the fucked up surgeon Paul. No God I'm you don't say Mr Girardi know who? Pk What yes. No yes. I can't believe I didn't guess him. I was a big enough head. You're right you're just fucked back since I can't keep track of where they're from. It's true that's on me for not guessing. I'm Uncle Medication. And that's on me. I know everyone was screaming at their radio kidding. So supposed to me everything. She told me she didn't have a lot of details. But that debris called it off and that. Pk has gone is living in a in this house in London by himself. Because they're about to get divorced. Oh my God and that's kind of all I currently that's enough. That's enough whether it's true or not. It's enough just to just to entertain the idea so have they sold their Beverly Hills House. I thought they were so in love. I am surprised too because I thought that I mean if she stuck with him this far why would she leave now and I feel like she did a very good job selling their love. Yes in the face of like emily and change. He's doing a terrible. She's just clear she hates him. It's like a Dorito. Joe Isla God. I was like okay as much as I do. Not Care for PK. I was like pay. They seem to have something against all odds. Yes you know. He's in the showroom. China help her. Thong bathing suit. Business like he's he's involved now as boy George living in house. That is all that I know. Wow you heard it here first. We've never had breaking news. We've had like v Hann News. I mean this might be like national enquirer breaking news where it just ends up being like. I gossip our listeners. Don't Care No. We never checked to source. We don't need to and we won't. Yeah but I asked this woman I was like I'm going to the next we can. I like say this on the air and she was like. Oh yeah I asked my friend. He's totally fine with that. I WANNA say to your friend your hero and thank you for your sincerely. Thank you for your service. Wow yes and then a hero. Come out thank you. Brian wouldn't injure what a way to start. What a Zing I know Torri NBK and where are the kids unclear? They're here bat. Houses that monstrosity. How lost money on it. Maybe but I might biking financial stuff. Push them over the edge well and I also think that as you saw with him dealing with the business he changed the name without telling her he was really taking over and I think she's probably making most of the money now and was like. Hey Why am I sitting? Control the jerk. I don't think she's making Armez plate money anymore. She is not no but okay. I don't think he's ever had are not going to be no she never did. I mean it's a house of cards literally. Do we think this is gonNA play out on the season? I don't think so. I think that's why we're sitting on it or sending me

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Jeff Bezos asks court to dismiss defamation suit

NPR News Now

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos asks court to dismiss defamation suit

"Amazon was on founder. Jeff bezos is asking California court to dismiss a defamation lawsuit against him filed by his girlfriend's brother. The suit filed by Michael Sanchez. Alleges Bazo Jason. A security consultant falsely told reporters that Sanchez provided nude pictures of bezos to the national enquirer in court documents filed this week. bezos argues the activity. These Sanchez is accusing them of are protected by his right to free speech. Bazo Sanchez also failed to point to a single example of him or security consultant making such an accusation Shen

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Jeff Bezos' girlfriend shared text messages about their affair

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos' girlfriend shared text messages about their affair

"We're learning that Basil's his girlfriend apparently shared compromising text messages that were later published in the national Enquirer Amazon founder in Washington post owner Jeff Bezos's extramarital affair is back in the spotlight federal prosecutors have reportedly obtained evidence tying leaked text messages from Basil's to his girlfriend's brother according to the Wall Street journal the evidence shows Basil's his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez said her brother Michael Sanchez a shirtless picture of bass solos and a flirtatious message

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Jeff Bezos' girlfriend shared text messages about their affair

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos' girlfriend shared text messages about their affair

"Now. Did the text messages under review by federal prosecutors sources tell. ABC News that prosecutors have evidence that Amazon chief Jeff Basis as girlfriend gave those intimate texts and images to her brother and that he then gave him to the national enquirer. ABC's Marcy Gonzales with more tonight tonight sources tell ABC News that federal prosecutors have evidence suggesting Jeff bezos his girlfriend. Lauren sent her brother. Those intimate text and photos that eventually made their way into the national enquirer sources confirming a Wall Street Journal Report. That says Sanchez's brother Michael Sold those images to the inquirer for a two hundred thousand dollars. Michael Sanchez has denied any role in those leaks to the inquirer

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Behind The Suspected Saudi Arabian Hacking Of Jeff Bezos' Phone

The Bugle

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Behind The Suspected Saudi Arabian Hacking Of Jeff Bezos' Phone

"Bezos having his phone hacks by the Crown Prince of Saudi Saudi Arabia News. Now and this is one of the most extraordinary stories of A lot of the of the millennium any millennium the Amazon billion Jeff Bezos had his phone hacked apparently by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia with an infected. What's video link? I mean star. Why you in a WHATSAPP group with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia so that pre into powells? Yeah and so this his treachery in this as well. Isn't that like so first of all. Hey you know let's be billion as a hang out together On on the gravy cram prints and you know and you I mean I is very odd. It's that they should know where the people they pretty Davol stomach people like that last year at Davos deny on hung out and the crown prince has yes. You can bring into my country but these are things you can't sell. I'm pissed off about. I'm not sure. And then the next singing that piles and they're exchanging funny video. 'cause there's a video clip wasn't it. Well yes did. This is the intriguing thing what was what was inevitably was. Jeff bezos. Expecting thing from a video from the crown prince's expecting a cat playing with a cucumber a dog on a skateboard The new averill Levin Video. Perhaps maybe youtube footage of Garfield sobers batting at Lord's in nineteen seventy three. Maybe top ten spring break epoch files or cartoon instructional instructional video about how to clean up after necess- nation in an embassy or even deep fake hardcore pornographic -als featuring Steve Bannon Martha Washington tuten common and a controversial nineteen. Six Tennis Margaret Court. Who knows who knows what video he was about it is I mean this is also it makes me think the royal family mixed bucket ideas up because I cannot imagine or equivalent Prince Charles even having a technological capacity to send a text message Wjr let alone hack into the phone of one of the most powerful commercial human beings in history before months later orchestrating the assassination journalist? I I'm not I'm not saying that. The Crown Prince. Saudi Arabia would do that. I'm just saying he's got logistical chops to hypothetically an actually pull it off this. This concerns that this could affect Saudi Arabia's attempts lear Western business and investment into into the country which what Latino normal well. This is normal shabby western behavior. I think it's a major breakthrough for the credit prince. Send and someone a decent someone a buggy message. I mean welcome aboard welcome aboard Royal Highness. This is fantastic to you know I mean this is the next thing. He'll be sending out emails going. I have a million pounds in the bank. And if you send me vice already we are not put off by the illegal war. The gender Partai the political repression defacto slavery questionable record on press freedom and the targeted assassinations. Having your phone heart dot is in the week that Terry Jones Savvy posterway the water thin ethical mint it is said that the reason that had Mohammed bin Salman Hack into Jeff. Jesus's telephone was to find out can dirt on him because the Washington Post bezos phones was doing a lot of negative stories in Saudi Arabia and it appears that the thing they found was the fact that Mister visas was involved in a slightly slightly illicit affair and details. Murky details of his private life. Came out in the national enquirer bunch of months later and it seems like it was ceded here that this bug lead to some information from his phone which led to the national enquirer story I just tried to make the list of things they would find on my phone cut of and I just wanted to know what happened the moment the of this is what I've got not in my notes section on my phone I've written for many months ago I don't know why are there any facts nods if there was a race between the shock and a leopard who would win. I've got a note from today. Remember to be clever parentheses bugle Shaq vs Leopard. That so much depends on who gets home. Advantage was one hell of a trough shit on the bully. I mean he's going to be tougher Saudi Arabia. They'RE GONNA have to put out all the stops Patty reputational damage Wick talking absolute values of top level all sporting events to watch this one away Olympics Super Bowl they could even host Wimbledon next year. Just to smooth this over

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Jeff Bezos Got A Shady WhatsApp Link From The Saudi Crown Prince And Was Hacked

The CyberWire

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos Got A Shady WhatsApp Link From The Saudi Crown Prince And Was Hacked

"Reuters writes that the Saudi Foreign Ministry has again dismissed claims of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's involvement in hacking Amazon founder. Jeff bezos is phone as absurd. That is they didn't do it. And especially the the crown prince didn't do it but investigations are in progress and it certainly seems that something was done to Mr Basis device. Is it possible. The Crown Prince May Himself Elf have been hacked either his phone or WHATSAPP account as some have suggested. Well sure maybe. And it does seem odd that a crown prince would directly actually get his digital hands dirty on the other hand who better to hack the richest man in the world's device than a fellow billionaire who's met him at the places where billionaires go to meet in any case buzzfeed notes Saudi aligned. Twitter accounts have been doing a lot of anti bezos wolfing with accusations of insincerity concerning his expressions expressions of mourning for the late Jamal Kashogi a discreditable personal life. As evidenced by the intimate pictures someone provided to the national enquirer and so on buzzfeed thinks the accounts doing the tweeting are a part of a coordinated and inauthentic campaign presumably directed from beyond so does the United Nations in Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial killings. Agnes Alamar told buzzfeed quote the hacking and the campaign are two actions taking place place alongside each other both of which aim in my view at intimidating creating fear and ultimately controlling or silencing the people who are the object of both hacking and the campaign and quote. Mr Bezos has been the target of such campaigns before. NBC News reported that they began shortly after. Jamal Kashogi who had been a columnist columnist for the Bezos owned Washington Post was assassinated inside the Saudi embassy in taboo a murder which occurred on October second of twenty eighteen twitter at that that time took down a large number of the accounts involved. The platform has yet to take large-scale action in this latest round. Forbes wrote yesterday that graphic reported some eighty eighty five hundred tweets by fans of 'EM BS that is fans of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. A common theme was a threat to boycott Amazon.

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How and Why Jeff Bezos’ iPhone X Was Hacked

No Agenda

02:17 min | 2 years ago

How and Why Jeff Bezos’ iPhone X Was Hacked

"Us phone was hacked possibly by the saudi crown on prince jeff gays on a motive what's a new ferocity education commission by basis according according to the report amazon billionaire jeff bezos in saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman and exchange messages on what's that before but the message sent in may of two thousand eighteen set in motion a wild chain of events UN says an MP for video file sent from whatsapp account used by the crown prince prince infected bases phone and caused a massive and unprecedented exfiltration data the flow of information out of the washington post owners phone jumped by twenty nine thousand percent and he would soon get messages from the account signaling that he was being spied on the saudis were unhappy with the washington post coverage original kingdom and their columnist jamal kashogi critic of the regime five months after basil's his phone was hacked jamal kashogi was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul for which the saudis ultimately took responsibility on sixty minutes did you order murder jamal kashogi absolutely not imagine this was a heinous crime i take full responsibility as a leader in saudi arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the saudi government one month after the killing another message from the account of bin salman included included a photo of a woman resembling lauren sanchez whom bezos was secretly having an affair with soon after the national enquirer broke the story of bezos is a fair and bezos blamed the saudis today the saudi foreign minister denied his government's involvement in hacking days those phone service exactly the right were the idea that the conference would hack jeff as is absolutely silly and jeff joins us here what do we know about how someone would gain access to bezos is phone so this was spyware spyware and we're told that didn't even have to click on it for sweep up his information it can get your passwords text messages even have access to your phone and and so now the UN is calling for the US to investigate the FBI though is not commenting

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"national enquirer" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"You make that decision not to you? Have that kind of viewpoint. Well I would argue that. We absolutely have that kind of you. Oh you do. Oh absolutely look any filmmaker and I think even any any journalists these days who tells you they don't have a point of view is lying to you. How do you not have a point of view as a human being? Your brain is a filtration device. And you're impacted by your life experience reinsure impacted by all kinds of things impacted by facts but you're impacted as a storyteller in fact the catalysts for telling the story comes normally from a few base emotions for me oftentimes. It's outrage like I can't believe it or astonishment right uh-huh that's why we make films. Why else would we dedicate two years of our lives to a pretty ruffin? Thank goodness pursue. You know documentary. Filmmaking is not a walk in the park and filmmaking periods out of walk in the park it's tough so we absolutely have a point of view. But that's not to say that it's not balanced but even balances tricky Scott like so. The film presents the facts but the facts themselves. Tell a story what we're not interested in being pedantic. I'm not not interested. None of my collaborators were interested in being you over the head with the obvious you know. We like to think that people who are sitting down to watch film have a brain and have their own points of view do so maybe what. You're perceiving is a more nuanced look but in no way does the film shy away from its influence on culture and sort of what the culture trust become. That's why we have people like can let Maggie Haberman Carol Bernstein really giving us some context for what this thing did to journalism because it did have very very damaging effect on the state of journalism today in America you know. I don't even think that inquirer reporters themselves denied that some people even in admitted in the film. Hi this is Jenny. Curtis producer of Hollywood unscripted. We we hope this show is ignited your passion as much as it is hours. Please subscribe rate us and leave a review. It really does matter as we bring you more inspiring conversations nations with the filmmakers. You admire now back to the show. I want to jump forward order a little bit. In time. Generous pope passes away. The publication moves into corporate ownership. And at this point I want to bring in the man behind the curtain. Our CEO of Kirk. Oh Media Bill. Kurtis spent.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The nineteen eighties saw the rise in arcades in video games but another trend and when I didn't know about was the nineteen eighties fascination with psychics in fact psychics even played a role in the Atlanta child murders I heard a lot of weird stories running this case but so far this seem the most bizarre a true example of law enforcement grasping at straws police are now working with more than one psychic dissolve the cases of six murdered at six missing children this is how the nationally known psychic spend their Friday the thirteenth they are visiting Atlanta courtesy of the national Enquirer yes the same national Enquirer with those sensational headlines that can be seen at most supermarkets counters as the psychics gravel through the woods where four of the twenty murdered children were found psychic Nikki Dane of Miami kicked off her shoes and she asked reporters to feel how hot her feet work and then declared that two more bodies might be found nearby thing here some some child out there is trying to tell us to go for today Jonathan bell whose brother Yosef is among the victims also served as a guide a freelance artist was there to sketching psychics descriptions of suspects I do not care at this point what they think of may and I'm here to get a killer off mystery if it takes one person on five thousand my big thing is that if I have to do it alone I will I feel that they are afraid that if one person does it how will they feel and I can understand that but I'm here more so for the children and I do not want the reward money that all I do not want the money I'm not here for the publicity I'm just like them all in the car off the street once I get gave police a news stations a detailed description of who the Atlanta child murder was he never was in the daytime was dealing with but at night he's not really sure so it kind of stays true self please apartment his television set there's no guns up there no nothing he's very smooth talking when he does talk which is very seldom and he's been seen by a lot of people yes hi there's no doubt my mind he's right side the side probably some of the parents of these children true he's methodical you're not dealing with a guy with a hundred sixty four I. Q. he.

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"national enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:29 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Can you catch when you hold them to the plate Michael you're on the Michael berry should go ahead Michael yes what we do in in my own there you are what thank you I just I just want to say he is a matter of fact everything you've said up to this point read a relatively made my call re done it and I don't really need to say anything because everything you said has covered everything I wanted to say but I just want to say he thanks for everything you do in and prior to that I was going to say that I think everybody's in a tizzy about having to worry about yes that the other day about the impeachment investigation and it's I am seventy one years old and when I was in the in junior high I okay we had to take a course in civics and that's where this all is coming through when we learned about the constitution and you haven't no no they get it back it's not an impeachment until the whole war waged on it and then all of the constitutional checks and balances come into play and I don't know why everybody so upset about well not actually I do because like I said they're trying to muddy the waters but plain stupid games and just you know they they're just kind of trying to make an issue out of stuff that has no meaning at all because there I don't think they have anything and they know they don't have anything in there they're not gonna bring it to a vote and it's it's gonna it's gonna fall by the wayside the other one thing ice I also want to just just in passing how are you yeah I love the way you illustrated the fact it when people say well this celebrity or that celebrity said this that any other tell you something politics is personal in in my advice to a celebrity the disagrees with me he showed up the nectar showed up in St or should have been do whatever whatever talent you have because I enjoy your town but it's okay we we disagree and people need to understand that it didn't mean they have hate somebody takes is is personal it's something that each and everyone that's what I did and the reason it is is because each one of those each one of us gets one vote I get about once in the celebrity gets to vote once now granted they have a podium and there's a whole Lotta dumb **** out there that will go well maybe I should go to bed because Hey there is celebrity but anyway that's that's All I Want to say thank you Michael there was a headline today I used to go to the drudge report to see what various media outlets were saying about a particular topic and more important what they were saying is what topic they were covered the drudge report is an aggregator so they review a lot of sites in and kinda still that now the drudge report somewhere along the way lost their way at least as far as their way was before they're free to do whatever they want to do but but now they've they've kind of devolved into being the web version of the national Enquirer and it's just anything to keep people in a historical tizzy at all times their top story today's first time I've used it in a while I was a little surprised top story was a picture of judge Judy and it said judge Judy to endorse Michael Bloomberg for president and I thought the over three hundred million people in this country and if you take the kids out of it because they don't matter anyway then you ask real adults what's important in your life number one and number two what's important in the life of the country I dare say not many of them would come up with well my life is kind of on hold wondering what judge Judy's gonna do in the presidential election because that'll make a difference to me well you're in luck Sir it turns out judge Judy announced her endorsement today and she's going to endorse Michael Bloomberg hello okay who's Michael Bloomberg he's the former mayor of the city of New York okay is he running well let's just say he is does it matter judge Judy has endorsed him okay well nice chat Mr survey taker I gotta get my kids to this place at this time and I got to get this done in this done in this done in this town I've got a lot going on in a lot of people depend on me at work at home in my community at my church so whatever Judy Judy a Joe it what whoever that person is whoever they've endorsed fun but for the people who are trying to create this whole alternate world what was it Janet was SimCity what was the deal with for a while there was that whole program and people would live an alternate life inside this program I used to think to myself you know that's very telling because if you don't enjoy the life you're leading then you create another one that somehow better Henry David Thoreau who had retreated to the woods for a while said the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation what is called resignation is confirmed desperation from the desperate city you go into the desperate country and have to console yourself with the bravery of minks and muskrats a stereo typed but unconscious despair is concealed even under what are called the games and amusements of mankind there is no play in them for this comes after work but it is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things there are twenty people on the Democrat side and thousands of people calling themselves journalist who are engaged in desperate things desperate acts in hopes that even if you despise them even if you don't trust them even if they have trouble sleeping at night because of.

"national enquirer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:38 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on KCRW

"Place you know I felt embattled in a way that when I when I tell the story in the book I hope it's not well with me because this is not being a journalist in Pakistan being a journalist in Russia yeah I'm not winding up dead the next day but it is a set of intimidation tactics that shouldn't be thrown at reporters in a country with the first amendment it's a black cube is just one of the tactics employed by Harvey Weinstein to keep his accusers quiet intimidated what were some of the others Harvey Weinstein hired a number of private investigation firms to dig up dirt on accuser send reporters pursuing this story he leveraged a wide network of media contacts that included the tabloid outlet the national Enquirer am I had a deal with him am I is the publisher of the national Enquirer he over the course of my reporting the came closer and closer to Dylan Howard is the editor of the national Enquirer we were late later able to break the story that Dylan Howard had been secretly making recordings to try to dig up dirt on Harvey Weinstein's accusers and had used the Enquirer to try to generate negative items about RB Winston's enemies Harvey Weinstein laid siege to even mainstream outlets there's reporting in this book about the way in which he called again and again the executives of NBC news and extracted from them promises about what was going to happen to the reporting could say many stories get killed for many reasons but you're saying that when NBC killed the wise thing story that was an entirely different matter the reporting suggests that this is something very different they didn't sit on it too long they didn't show insufficient interest they order to stop and the reporting in this book I think it gives a pretty good sense why why did they stepped away Dave had according to Harvey Weinstein cut a deal Harvey Weinstein in this legal threat letters to me and later to The New Yorker alludes to written assurances from NBC news that they would kill the story and a sort of copyright claim if I took the material anywhere else why would NBC make that too well so the reporting in this book suggests that during this time frame when Harvey Weinstein was bearing down on them with a whole lot of threats and enticements their secrets were under threat of exposure I a referred to this pattern of secret settlements to the fact that several of those settlements were with women who had complaints and I'd voiced those complaints within the company about Matt Lauer and you have Dylan how're working closely with Harvey Weinstein pulling files of dirt within the Enquirer about Matt Lauer in this time frame running in the pages of the Enquirer this is not speculative these are articles that actually ran more and more items about allegations of misconduct in the office by Matt Lauer and NBC leadership being fed up with it this was all bearing down on this network as Harvey Weinstein approach them with his threats so what you're suggesting is that Weinstein with the help of the national Enquirer this threatening to expose NBC's problems with Matt Lauer unless they killed the story was NBC blackmailed you know the book in this matter and in all other matters is very very careful and measured and so it doesn't lay out you know a portrayal of a mustache twirling backroom deals signed in blood what it does lay out is transcripts and records of phone calls where these executives were backed into a corner and promised they would make the story go away well let's talk about dealing Howard who is the editor of the national Enquirer and who used his position to collaborate with Harvey Weinstein but one thing is the only guy that dealing Howard work with he also you found collaborated closely with the Donald Trump presidential campaign obviously we reported that several stories about how Donald Trump worked with the national Enquirer during the election and they later you know they lied to us when we reported those stories in tonight at all admitted to all this in a non prosecution agreement with federal prosecutors with there's new information and catching kill about just how deep that collaboration ran it's the first time a reporter is seen the complete content list of all the dirt that the national Enquirer had on trump and they made that list and another disclosure for the first time in this book it turns out just before the election day shredded a bunch of documents related to trump so there's been news playing out now about this new revelation that there is maybe even the destruction of evidence here so at one point I remember this very well one point your book you write that Nick Meryl who was a long time click staffer for Hillary Clinton approached you about the Weinstein story and once of course is a major donor to her campaign and Meryl allegedly told you that the story was quote a concern for us what was he saying and did Hillary Clinton in some way try to influence the story you know Hillary Clinton was was not you know a hands on assassin of the wine stains story right I think she had glancing knowledge of how serious it was how much I had I can't speak to her state of mind and what motivated her staff to raise concerns about my reporting on this major donor and friend of hers and then to appear to attempts to back out of an interview with that had been scheduled for a firm policy book that I was working on but I included in the book because it it it did feel relevant it was a sign of the way in which this reporting had seeped into political circles of power the people are becoming aware that I was working on it even though I was trying to keep a lid on it and the way in which each time it leaked further it seems like they were more more negative repercussions for me that that the screws were turning and powerful allies of Harvey Weinstein's were beginning to find me radioactive what what one of one scenes biggest tactics was to slander the women who accused him of sexual assault and I think it's unique to him but that was the move and examples of this include planting false stories about one woman being a prostitute if I remember correctly digging up photos of his accusers smiling while standing next to him which is very common in painting rose McGowan particular as what would you say unstable and **** shaming has always been a part of the response to sexual assault and you thought that might have been changing but then Matt Lauer statement came out and I was incredulous a lot of people have reacted that way to Matt Lauer's statement and did you well you know I actually before I talk about my reaction point to the reaction of broken levels the young journalist who accuses him of sexual assault he raped her in a hotel room in Sochi Russia during the Olympics that's right and you know he leans heavily in his response on this idea which was also deployed by Harvey Weinstein and his responses that they had subsequent contacts and her rendering of those contacts is that she was a junior employee dealing with the most powerful men at her company and that she was intimidated when he said to come to my apartment have a drink with me and wanted to put him at ease and therefore readily admits that there are communications between them that could seem enthusiastic after the fact and that also some of those follow up communications were not consensual that she was forced to deal with him professionally and he demanded sexual favors during those encounters he says this was an affair consensual a consensual affair and there was there a concerted machine in motion trying to plant in the press this framing that it was an affair which she describes as being nauseating because this is never how she described it to anyone but here's the thing David the interpretation of the alleged crime doesn't depend on either of those accounts of events because what she says I think quite persuasively and this is a story she has always told consistently is that regardless of what happened before and after that night in Sochi and how we interpreted those other interactions in that case she was too drunk to consent and she said no repeatedly and he proceeded with a sex act that she had declines to perform which was as she tells the story violent and injured her journalism can be an awfully transaction occupation in the sense that the interplay between journalists and source has a purpose in a moment in time and then both sides move on other stories to other moments to other aspects of life I get the sense that that's not the case with you and your sources that the women that you dealt with so closely for now it's now two years ago and more on how often you speak to them and what's happened to them what David is referring to possibly is that I stepped out of a lot of meetings because I got a lot of calls for user ought sources at all I do and and you know on one level that's an honor I was so grateful that these Gillooly women in these stories but whistleblowers of any type and speak in any of our stories took that leap and did something in the public interest at personal risk and the the emotional tale of that commitment is long and I and honestly never end and I think that that decision and also the earlier traumas that we're describing those stories will echo in these sources lives for as long as that with so I do feel like part of my job is to guess make it clear to them I'm not their friend I'm not their therapist I am a lawyer cannot their lawyer and maintain journalistic arm's length but also to be there to the extent that I can and so I do by and large stand touch with sources and you know I have been hearing from them as this book comes out and I've been immensely gratified to hear from you know people like rose McGowan who I've had my ups and downs and complications with during an extraordinarily high stakes emotional process of reporting these stories but who has been grateful to see the full expanse of what she went through as a target of this espionage operation exposed in this book so these are not easy relationships and they can be tends to be complicated but I try to do right by sources when I can the book is catching killed by my friend and colleague run in Farah running thank you so much thank you David you can read running ferro series the black Q. chronicles at New Yorker dot com note for the record take note that Matt Lauer denies having any sexual contact without consent in a in mind the publisher of the national Enquirer denies the documents pertaining to Donald Trump were shredded Romans new book is called catching kill his interview with private investigator eager Ostrosky is excerpted from the catch and kill podcast with Ronan Farrow that's coming out soon from pineapple street studios to keep an eye out for that this is the New York radio hour.

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KQED Radio

10:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Russia yeah I'm not winding up dead the next day but it is a set of intimidation tactics that shouldn't be thrown at reporters in a country with the first amendment it's a black cube is just one of the tactics employed by Harvey Weinstein to keep his accusers quiet intimidated what were some of the others Harvey Weinstein hired a number of private investigation firms to dig up dirt on accuser send reporters pursuing this story he leveraged a wide network of media contacts that included the tabloid outlet the national Enquirer am I had a deal with him am I is the publisher of the national Enquirer he over the course of my reporting the came closer and closer to Dylan Howard is the editor of the national Enquirer we were late later able to break the story that Dylan Howard had been secretly making recordings to try to dig up dirt on Harvey Weinstein's accusers and had used the Enquirer to try to generate negative items about army my skin's enemies Harvey Weinstein laid siege to even mainstream outlets there's reporting in this book about the way in which he called again and again the executives of NBC news and extracted from them promises about what was going to happen to the reporting could say many stories get killed for many reasons but you're saying that when NBC kill the wise thing story that was an entirely different matter the reporting suggests that this is something very different they didn't sit on it too long they didn't show insufficient interest they were her to stop and the reporting in this book I think gives a pretty good sense why why did they stepped away they had according to Harvey Weinstein cut a deal Harvey Weinstein in his legal threat letters to me and later to The New Yorker alludes to written assurances from NBC news that they would kill the story and a sort of copyright claim if I took the material anywhere else why would NBC make that too well so the reporting in this book suggests that during this time frame when Harvey Weinstein was bearing down on them with a whole lot of threats and enticements their secrets were under threat of exposure I referred to this pattern of secret settlements to the fact that several of those settlements were with women who had complaints and I'd voiced those complaints within the company about Matt Lauer and you have Dylan how're working closely with Harvey Weinstein pulling files of dirt within the Enquirer about Matt Lauer in this time frame running in the pages of the Enquirer this is not speculative these are articles that actually ran more and more items about allegations of misconduct in the office by Matt Lauer and NBC leadership being fed up with it this was all bearing down on this network as Harvey Weinstein approach them with his threats so what you're suggesting is that Weinstein with the help of the national Enquirer was threatening to expose NBC's problems with Matt Lauer unless they killed the story was NBC blackmailed you know the book in this matter and in all other matters is very very careful and measured and so it doesn't lay out you know a portrayal of a mustache twirling backroom deals signed in blood what it does lay out is transcripts and records of phone calls where these executives were backed into a corner and promised they would make the story go away well let's talk about dealing Howard who is the editor of the national Enquirer and who used his position to collaborate with Harvey Weinstein but one thing is the only guy that John Howard work with he also you found collaborate closely with the Donald Trump presidential campaign obviously we reported that several stories about how Donald Trump worked with the national Enquirer during the election and they later you know they lied to us when we reported those stories and tonight at all admitted to all this in a non prosecution agreement with federal prosecutors with there's new information and catching kill about just how deep that collaboration ran it's the first time a reporter is seen the complete content list of all the dirt that the national Enquirer had on trump and they made that list and another disclosure for the first time in this book it turns out just before the election they shredded a bunch of documents related to trump so there's been news playing out now about this new revelation that there is maybe even the destruction of evidence here so at one point I remember this very well one point your book you write that Nick Meryl who was a long time click staffer for Hillary Clinton approached you about the Weinstein story and once of course is a major donor to her campaign and Meryl allegedly told you that the story was quote a concern for us what was he saying and did Hillary Clinton in some way try to influence the story you know Hillary Clinton was was not you know a hands on assassin of the wine stains story I think she had a glancing knowledge of how serious it was how much I had I can't speak to her state of mind and what motivated her staff to raise concerns about my reporting on this major donor and friend of hers and then to appear to attempts to back out of that interview that have been scheduled for a firm policy book that I was working on but I included in the book because it it it did feel relevant it was a sign of the way in which this reporting had seeped into political circles of power the people are becoming aware that I was working on it even though I was trying to keep a lid on it and the way in which each time it leaked further it seemed like they were more more negative repercussions for me that that the screws were turning and powerful allies of Harvey Weinstein's were beginning to find me radioactive what what one of one scenes biggest tactics was to slander the women who accused him of sexual assault and I think it's unique to him but that was the move and examples of this include planting false stories about one woman being a prostitute if I remember correctly digging up photos of his accusers smiling while standing next to him which is very common in painting rose McGowan particular as what would you say unstable and **** shaming has always been a part of the response to sexual assault and you thought that might have been changing but then Matt Lauer statement came out and I was incredulous a lot of people have reacted that way to Matt Lauer's statement and did you well you know I actually before I talk about my reaction point to the reaction of broken apples the young journalist who accuses him of sexual assault he raped her in a hotel room in Sochi Russia during the Olympics that's right and you know he leans heavily in his response on this idea which was also deployed by Harvey Weinstein and his responses that they had subsequent contacts and her rendering of those contacts is that she was a junior employee dealing with the most powerful men at her company and that she was intimidated when he said to come to my apartment have a drink with me and wanted to put him at ease and therefore readily admits that there are communications between them that could seem enthusiastic after the fact and that also some of those follow up communications were not consensual that she was forced to deal with him professionally and he demanded sexual favors during those encounters he says this was an affair consensual a consensual affair and there was there a concerted machine in motion trying to plant in the press this framing that it was an affair which she describes as being nauseating because this is never how she described it to anyone but here's the thing David the interpretation of the alleged crime doesn't depend on either of those accounts of events because what she says I think quite persuasively and this is a story she has always told consistently is that regardless of what happened before and after that night in Sochi and how we interpreted those other interactions in that case she was too drunk to consent and she said no repeatedly and he proceeded with a sex act that she had declined to perform which was as she tells the story violent and injured her journalism can be an awfully transaction occupation in the sense that the interplay between journalists and source has a purpose in a moment in time and then both sides move on other stories to other moments to other aspects of life I get the sense that that's not the case with you and your sources that the women that you dealt with so closely for now it's now two years ago and more how often you speak to them and what's happened to them what David is referring to possibly is that I stepped out of a lot of meetings because I got a lot of calls from Xerox sources at all I do and and you know on one level that's an honor I was so grateful that these Gillooly women in these stories but whistleblowers of any time to speak in any of our stores took that leap and did something in the public interest at personal risk and the the emotional tale of that commitment is long and I and honestly never end and I think that that decision and also the earlier traumas that we're describing those stories will echo in these sources lives as I said what so I do feel like part of my job is to guess make it clear to them I'm not their friend I'm not their therapist I am a lawyer cannot their lawyer and maintain journalistic arm's length but also to be there to the extent that I can and so I do by and large stand touch with sources and you know I have been hearing from them as this book comes out and I've been immensely gratified to hear from you know people like rose McGowan who I've had my ups and downs and complications with during an extraordinarily high stakes emotional process of reporting these stories but who has been grateful to see the full expanse of what she went through as a target of this espionage operation exposed in this book so these are not easy relationships and they can be tense complicated but I try to do right by sources when I can the book is catching killed by my friend and.

"national enquirer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:43 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Set of intimidation tactics that shouldn't be thrown at reporters in a country with the first amendment it's a black cube is just one of the tactics employed by Harvey Weinstein to keep his accusers quiet intimidated what were some of the others Harvey Weinstein hired a number of private investigation firms to dig up dirt on accusers send reporters pursuing this story he leveraged a wide network of media contacts that included the tabloid outlet the national Enquirer am I had to deal with them am I is the publisher of the national Enquirer he over the course of my reporting the came closer and closer to Dylan Howard is the editor of the national Enquirer we were late later able to break the story that Dylan Howard had been secretly making recordings to try to dig up dirt on Harvey Weinstein's accusers and had used the Enquirer to try to generate negative items about army my instance enemies Harvey Weinstein laid siege to even mainstream outlets there's reporting in this book about the way in which he called again and again the executives of NBC news and extracted from them promises about what was going to happen to the reporting could say many stories get killed for many reasons but you're saying that when NBC kill the wise thing story that was an entirely different matter the reporting suggests that this is something very different they didn't sit on it too long they didn't show insufficient interest they order to stop and the reporting in this book I think gives a pretty good sense why why did they stepped away they had according to Harvey Weinstein cut a deal Harvey Weinstein in this legal threat letters to me and later to The New Yorker alludes to written assurances from NBC news that they would kill the story and a sort of copyright claim if I took the material anywhere else why would NBC make that too well so the reporting in this book suggests that during this time frame when Harvey Weinstein was bearing down on them with a whole lot of threats and enticements their secrets were under threat of exposure I referred to this pattern of secret settlements to the fact that several of those settlements were with women who had complaints and I'd voiced those complaints within the company about Matt Lauer and you have Dylan how're working closely with Harvey Weinstein pulling files of dirt within the Enquirer about Matt Lauer in this time frame running in the pages of the Enquirer this is not speculative these are articles that actually ran more and more items about allegations of misconduct in the office by Matt Lauer and NBC leadership being fed up with it this was all bearing down on this network as Harvey Weinstein approach them with his threats so what you're suggesting is that Weinstein with the help of the national Enquirer this threatening to expose NBC's problems with Matt Lauer unless they killed the story was NBC blackmailed you know the book in this matter and in all other matters is very very careful and measured and so it doesn't lay out you know a portrayal of a mustache twirling backroom deals signed in blood what it does lay out is transcripts and records of phone calls where these executives were backed into a corner and promised they would make the story go away well let's talk about dealing Howard who is the editor of the national Enquirer and who used his position to collaborate with Harvey Weinstein but one thing is the only guy that dealing Howard work with he also you found collaborated closely with the Donald Trump presidential campaign obviously we reported that several stories about how Donald Trump worked with the national Enquirer during the election and they later you know they lied to us when we reported those stories in tonight at all a minute all this in a non prosecution agreement with federal prosecutors with there's new information and catching kill about just how deep that collaboration ran it's the first time a reporter is seen the complete content list of all the dirt that the national Enquirer had on trump and they made that list and another disclosure for the first time in this book it turns out just before the election day shredded a bunch of documents related to trump so there's been news playing out now about this new revelation that there is maybe even the destruction of evidence here so at one point I remember this very well one point your book you write that Nick Meryl who was a long time click staffer for Hillary Clinton approached you about the Weinstein story and once of course is a major donor to her campaign and Meryl allegedly told you that the story was quote a concern for us what was he saying and did Hillary Clinton in some way try to influence the story you know Hillary Clinton was was not you know a hands on assassin of the behind the scenes stories right I think she had glancing knowledge of how serious it was how much I had I can't speak to her state of mind and what motivated her staff to raise concerns about my reporting on this major donor and friend of hers and then to appear to attempts to back out of that interview that have been scheduled for a firm policy book that I was working on but I included in the book because it it it did feel relevant it was a sign of the way in which this reporting had seeped into political circles of power the people are becoming aware that I was working on it even though I was trying to keep a lid on it and the way in which each time it leaked further it seemed like they were more more negative repercussions for me that that the screws were turning and powerful allies of Harvey Weinstein's were beginning to find me radioactive what what one of one scenes biggest tactics was to slander the women who accused him of sexual assault and I think it's unique to him but that was the move and examples of this include planting false stories about one woman being a prostitute if I remember correctly digging up photos of his accusers smiling while standing next to him which was very common in painting rice McAllen particular as what would you say unstable and **** shaming has always been a part of the response to sexual assault and you thought that might have been changing but then Matt Lauer statement came out and I was incredulous a lot of people have reacted that way to Matt Lauer's statement and did you well you know I actually before I talk about my reaction point to the reaction of Brooke novels the young journalist who accuses him of sexual assault he raped her in a hotel room in Sochi Russia during the Olympics that's right and you know he leans heavily in his response on this idea which was also deployed by Harvey Weinstein and his responses that they had subsequent contacts and her rendering of those contacts is that she was a junior employee dealing with the most powerful men at her company and that she was intimidated when he said to come to my apartment have a drink with me and wanted to put him at ease and therefore readily admits that there are communications between them that could seem enthusiastic after the fact and that also some of those follow up communications were not consensual that she was forced to deal with him professionally and he demanded sexual favors during those encounters he says this was an affair consensual a consensual affair and there was there a concerted machine in motion trying to plant in the press this framing that it was an affair which she describes as being nauseating because this is never how she described it to anyone but here's the thing David the interpretation of the alleged crime doesn't depend on either of those accounts of events because what she says I think quite persuasively and this is a story she has always told consistently is that regardless of what happened before and after that night in Sochi and how we interpreted those other interactions in that case she was too drunk to consent and she said no repeatedly and he proceeded with a sex act that she had declines to perform which was as she tells the story violent and injured her journalism can be an awfully transaction occupation in the sense that the interplay between journalists and source has a purpose in a moment in time and then both sides move on other stories to other moments to other aspects of life I get the sense that that's not the case with you and your sources that the women that you dealt with so closely for now it's now two years ago and more on how often you speak to them and what's happened to them what David is referring to possibly is that I stepped out of a lot of meetings because I got a lot of calls from distraught sources at all I do and and you know on one level that's an honor I was so grateful that these Gillooly women in these stories but whistleblowers of any type and speak in any of our stories took that leap and did something in the public interest at personal risk and the the emotional tale of that commitment is long and I and honestly never end and I think that that decision and also the earlier traumas that we're describing those stories will echo in these sources lives as I said with so I do feel like part of my job is to guess make it clear to them I'm not their friend I'm not their therapist I am a lawyer cannot their lawyer and maintain journalistic arm's length but also to be there to the extent that I can and so I do by and large stand touch with sources and you know I have been hearing from them as this book comes out and I've been immensely gratified to hear from you know people like rose McGowan who I've had my ups and downs and complications with during an extraordinarily high stakes emotional process of reporting these stories but who has been grateful to see the full expanse of what she went through as a target of this espionage operation exposed in this book so these are not easy relationships and they can be tense complicated but I try to do right by sources when I can the book is catching killed by my friend and colleague.

"national enquirer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That was the voice you're in the background Jeff Zucker pushing impeachment Pete I don't care and MSNBC's done impeachment I don't care about the gun control impeachment push impeachment this is why these house conduct themselves the way they do ladies in camera they're believers their true believers of the left but Jeff mothers soccer this this fan golly behind the scenes Hey my name is changing sound impeachment we got a personal impeachment you guys were friendly with Lindsey Graham cut it out can I have no more Lindsey Graham you need to confront Lindsey Graham confront impeachment Jake tapper you know more an independent journalist then somebody writing at the national Enquirer don lemon your left wing comedy show frail Cuomo you're a joke to all of them are taking their orders from Jeff mother's okay that's a mighty powerful operation over there that's Time Warner which is owned by eighteen T. as I understand it that's very powerful in for this young man to come forward Gary porch P. O. a R. C. H. he's a true whistle blower you see his face here is voice and he's on the record that's a whistle blower not this fraud in this powered the C. I. A. operative who's purposely being hidden by his left wing lawyers and the left wing goons and thugs who call themselves Democrats on the house intelligence committee staff and the house intelligence committee this is a real Wessel and whistleblower who puts everything on the line and one of the people here the one that comes across more clearly is next in the veil he's the media coordinator at CNN and he's saying yeah you know Zucker really hates trump you know he's really driving this and so far that's their media coordinator so what you've been hearing and seeing with your own two eyes is in fact CNN CNN which is not a free press operation and so the question becomes where do you draw the line between corporate campaign contributions which is essentially what CNN is doing and free speech and freedom of the press at fox news you really do have a have a jumble of people on there when you look at their news room in there Ian folks don't give ME shepherd all the rest of it I'm saying when you really look at it and the various guests that come on there and so forth CNN is it ideological monopoly like MSNBC but CNN even more pretends to be a news operation controls all the airport monitors cut ten go all the calls of the top leadership of the network Zucker CNN's president Virginia Moseley CNN senior vice president of news gathering.

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WMAL 630AM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Employees the voice you're in the background Jeff Zucker pushing impeachment Pete I don't care and MSNBC's done impeachment I don't care about the gun control impeachment push impeachment this is why these house conduct themselves the way they do ladies and gamma they're believers their true believers of the left but yes mother's soccer is this friend alley behind the scenes Hey my name is Shane transcend impeachment we got a personal impeachment you guys were friendly with Lindsey Graham cut it out can I have no more Lindsey Graham you need to confront Lindsey Graham confront impeachment Jake tapper you know more an independent journalist then somebody writing at the national Enquirer don lemon your left wing comedy show frail Cuomo you're a joke to all of them are taking their orders from Jeff mother's okay that's a mighty powerful operation over there that's Time Warner which is owned by eighteen T. as I understand it that's very powerful for this young man to come forward Gary porch P. O. a R. C. H. he's a true whistle blower you see his face here is voice and he's on the record that's a whistle blower not this fraud in this coward this CIA operative who's purposely being hidden by his left wing lawyers and a left wing goons and thugs who call themselves Democrats on the house intelligence committee staff and the house intelligence committee this is a real Wessel whistleblower who puts everything on the line and one of the people here the one that comes across more clearly is next in the veil he's the media coordinator at CNN and he's saying yeah you know Zucker really hates trump you know he's really driving this since over that's their media coordinator so what you've been hearing and seeing with your own two eyes is in fact CNN CNN which is not a free press operation and so the question becomes where do you draw the line between corporate campaign contributions which is essentially what CNN is doing and free speech and freedom of the press at fox news you really do have a have a jumble of people on there when you look at their news room in there Ian folks don't give me shepherd all arrested what I'm saying when you really look at it and the various guests that come on and so forth CNN is it ideological monopoly like MSNBC but CNN even more pretends to be a news operation controls all the airport monitors cut ten go all the calls of the top leadership of the network Zucker CNN's president Virginia Moseley CNN senior vice president of news gathering.

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77WABC Radio

03:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Layer each men and boys the voice you're in the background Jeff Zucker pushing impeachment Pete I don't care and MSNBC's done impeachment I don't care about the gun control impeachment push impeachment this is why these host conduct themselves the way they do leasing Gemma they're believers their true believers of the left but yes mother's soccer this this fan golly behind the scenes my name is changed to page where we got a personal impeachment you guys were friendly with Lindsey Graham cut it out can I have no more Lindsey Graham you need to confront Lindsey Graham confront impeachment Jake tapper you know more an independent journalist then somebody writing at the national Enquirer don lemon your left wing comedy show radio Cuomo you're a joke to all of them are taking their orders from Jeff mothers aka it's a mighty powerful operation over there that's Time Warner which is owned by eighteen T. as I understand it that's very powerful in for this young man to come forward Gary porch P. O. a R. C. H. he's a true whistle blower you see his face here is voice and he's on the record that's a whistle blower not this fraud in this case our the CIA operative who's purposely being hidden by his left wing lawyers and the left wing goons and thugs who call themselves Democrats on the house intelligence committee staff and the house intelligence committee this is a real Wessel whistleblower who puts everything on the line in one of the people here the one that comes across more clearly is next in the veil he's the media coordinator at CNN and he's saying yeah you know Zucker really hates trump you know he's really driving this and so what that's their media coordinating so what you've been hearing and seeing with your own two eyes is in fact CNN CNN which is not a free press operation and so the question becomes where do you draw the line between corporate campaign contributions which is essentially what CNN is doing and free speech and freedom of the press fox news you really do have a have a jumble of people on there when you look at their news room in there in folks don't get me shepherd all arrested what I'm saying when you really look at it in the very sketchy say come on there and so forth CNN is it any logical monopoly like MSNBC but CNN even more pretends to be a news operation controls all the airport monitors ten go on the calls of the top leadership of the network Zucker CNN's president Virginia Moseley CNN senior vice president of news gathering.

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KTRH

06:23 min | 3 years ago

"national enquirer" Discussed on KTRH

"Cancer he said there is Q. my grandma has cancer too and so I know how like affects the whole family not just like himself so I thought they could use it more than I was for young lady like her just to come out and just want to provide his generosity to family in the brought tears to my eyes and I was just or ever so grateful we told you earlier about the new book that run in pharaoh's come out with but I didn't get to the most important part the book is called catch and kill the reason it's called catch and kill and this is worse Matt Lauer sexual assaults actually worse it's the cover up in the cover up is worse than the crime because the cover up is why you never know about the crime catch and kill is a reference to what **** was doing member Mister Packer member the article that was done on Ted Cruz said he had six mistresses and a slightly blurred out the women's faces yeah I'm still bitter over that all market that was just started a campaign so what **** allowed the national Enquirer to become was an instrument for individuals like Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer when you found out that there was a woman this was what Harvey Weinstein famously did when you found out there was a woman who was about rose McGowan was her name who's about to exposure because she was talking to people about you raping her then you hire these high powered attorneys there's a network of these people these high powered attorneys go to the national Enquirer and they say we'll pay you X. amount of money a million Bucks you go get that story from her you have her tell the entire story is if you're going to publish it we want to know every detail we want to know the things that she says we want to know who else she's told us to we want any recordings she has we want any articles of clothing she might have like the blue dress they have little Harvey Weinstein's swimming around on them get hold of everything Hey her for this story because by paying her for the story you bind her in a contract to a deal she can't go tell her story anywhere else so the national Enquirer this poor girl she doesn't know what's happening she says you pay me five hundred thousand dollars from my story and you'll be the one to promote my story so that gets out there and all I have to do is agree never to tell my story anyone else but I won't need to as you've just said because you're gonna tell my story for me okay that is known as catch and kill this is the world the Harvey wine stains live in so now once national Enquirer has the story and all the details they handed over to the wind stay legal team so they can then begin to pick it apart intimidate witnesses who were helping her go through and pick apart her case destroy any evidence you catch the story and then kill the story under the guise that you are going to tell the story and when you kill the story you've then represented your client who has managed to keep this negative information from ever getting out on him so you kill the story and he can still hang out with the Obamas N. Hillary and bill and Jeffrey abstain for that matter in most anybody else how many of these people how many of these people the Matt Lauer's and Harvey Weinstein said al Franken's how many of them out there are engaged in behaviors treating people like trash it's not just sexually that's just one of the ways that they indulge their own a sense of power how many things do they do to destroy the lives of other people maliciously and in rich their own all the while sharing the poor broke down working class guy whose truck is too big who shouldn't be allowed to have a gun making him out to be a wife beater making him out to be a racist making him out to be as in a photo the disconnect between these **** are the too close that are wealthy and privileged the disconnect between individuals like that in positions of celebrity and their ability to move in and out of the White House all the while lecturing middle America on how low down dirty racist xenophobic woman hating we are and you wonder why there's an anger in this country and then Adam Schiff takes over the entire congressional investigation based on a whistle blower whose name we don't know but we do know is associated with one of the twenty twenty candidates Democrats but we can't know who that candidate is and they hold all these meetings are private I want the Republicans in the Senate to start a witch hunt I want them to drag every Democrat down there I wanna be prosecuted I wanna hell rast I want their lives turned upside down I want the Republicans to start fighting back exactly the way the Democrats are but sadly other.