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Fresh update on "nbc news" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Listen, I'm not very good at it. I'll be honest with you poker. Because I have the tell, you know, you can always tell when I'm trying to bluff. I'm not very good at poker. I had a friend used to work for the guy, a really good guys, one of the best poker players in the world, played in the World Series of poker and everything, and I would chat with him about poker once in a while. And it's really important to be able to bluff. That's why you see a lot of them with hats on. They keep the bill of the hat really low, so you can't see their eyes. Put glasses on. Why? Because we all give away through micro expressions. And our reactions almost, by instinct sometimes, we can give away when we're having changes in emotion, anxiety, whatever it may be. And that's a big, big benefit in poker. If someone has even a small micro expression that someone else can detect if there's a degree of anxiety about a hand you're holding, it's of extreme tactical benefit to your opponent to be able to have that information to be able to see what you don't know your broadcasting. The deep state does that too. They have tells. And they don't keep the bill of their hats low. They don't try to put glasses on. They just openly do things and think we're not going to notice in the tell us right there. So what I'm getting at is you can tell when they're in a panic about something by some very clear indicators and they're just not as savvy as good poker players. Matter of fact, they're quite dumb. Folks, they are in a panic right now. I've got a stack show today. The January 6th so called bomber case, remember that? Well, we've got some updates on that from Darren Beatty, who was going to be on the show. We've got two guests today. We got Harry and Hagen, too, which is super important. Alaska, Wyoming, make sure you get out and vote today for Kelly Chewbacca and Harriet hagerman, get the dreadful Lisa Murkowski and Liz Cheney out of there. It's super important. She'll be on later. But Darren Beatty is coming on about a bombshell story in revolver about the January 6th bomber. He'll be on a one, but we'll get to that in a second. I still want to focus on in the beginning of the show here. The Mar-a-Lago raid falling apart to. Folks, they're panic. That tells her everywhere. Seizing Trump's passports and then having the return of now the FBI and the DoJ refusing to release the affidavit, sending out their stenographers out there, the Kendall Indians of the world, sending them out there to go repeat their talking points, their megaphones. It's so pathetic. I know what you're doing. It is so obvious. Like I said, these aren't even micro expressions. They're just expressions. They're like, hey, he's sweating about the hand that hand must really suck. It's everywhere. NBC News, Justice Department asked judge to keep Trump's search warrant affidavit seal, citing the investigation. This is, it's just to the libs out there. Libby's living. I know you're crying right now. Peeing in your diapers, foaming, I know, I can hear you clawing at your own faces, put the porn down, put the hot pockets down, get out of mommy's basement, open a blind for once. Maybe let some light in. Maybe let some light in there. Let me ask you a simple question, Libby's. Again, put the point down. It's disgusting. Come on. Come on, it's gross. You guys are really nasty out there. Lips, you can get a job or something, man. Stop the wine in the change your diaper too. But as you simple question, it's gonna make you melt down completely. If one side of a disagreement wants all of the information about said disagreement out there in public. And another side of a disagreement, whatever it may be a contract dispute a land dispute says, nope, I don't want the public to see any of this. I want it hidden. And you are a bad man there, and you had a bet like poker style. A couple $1 million on who was in the right and who was in the wrong. Who do you think would be in the right just given that set of facts you have right there and nothing else? I'll just leave that for you to pause upon her for a minute. Can't go radio silent or else the best of all kicked in because it is a live radio show. So I'll just give you the answer because you already know it. The answer is probably the side that wants all of the facts out there. Why would they want the facts out there? Because they're not scared. They facts don't reflect poorly on them. If they're facts did reflect poorly on them, that person that counterparty to the disagreement would obviously not want the facts out there. So when you read this NBC News story and you see that tyrannical hack goon Merrick Garland and the FBI managers who weaponized and abuse their power and grotesque fashion to target Donald Trump because they don't like his politics. When you see that they want to hide the affidavit for the search warrant and yet the Trump team is openly begging on a social media platform to let the information for you to let the information down. Yeah, doesn't that tell you something? Of course it doesn't. You're probably a moron if you're a liberal, but if you're not in the rare occasion that happens, you probably think of yourself, gosh, banjo has a point, but I can't admit that. So I'd rather scream at this guy and clawed my face instead.
Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press
"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.
Using the Raid to Prevent Pres. Trump From Running for Office Again
"McCarthy did a nice piece over at newsmax. About why the feds, why the deep state could use this, this raid as the starting point as the foundation for their effort to prevent president Trump from ever running for office again. Now CNN reported Monday that the raid was related to the handling of presidential records, including classified documents. NBC News reports, the search warrant was connected to the national archives. Mark Elias, Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign general council, took to social media following the rate and posted that the media is missing the really, really big reason. Look, they're not look, they have no qualms about telling you what this is really all about. So again, and we have the Bernie Carrick, is that what we're hang tight, hang tight there. So Mark Elias is saying that there's a much bigger story here. And why the raid is a potential blockbuster in American politics. And then he tweeted a copy of U.S. code title 18 section 2071. Okay, what the heck is that all about? Well, here's what it says. There's a paragraph that says anyone having the custody of any such record proceeding map book document paper or other thing willfully or unlawfully conceals removes, mutilates, obliterates falsifies or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned and here we go and shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States.
Kimberley Johnson on How Trump Ruined Bipartisan Mainstream Media
"We you pointed this out, but it's just this mainstream media stuff just drives me insane. You were saying, I don't even hear them cover. They've covered Democrats doomed so many times. I know you're missing the Democrats and pulled ahead in generic polling. There's new polling showing Biden and Harris beating Trump beating desantis showing Harris beating desantis. And they just don't, they're so hard. They never report on that. Yeah. They're just so we D to this storyline, right? And meanwhile, like you said, I think roe is a huge thing, but I think it's not even the only thing. Like, look at the most legislatively successful president since LBJ with a 50 50 Senate. I mean, it is truly every barometer 50 year low in jobless. I mean, the jobless numbers just came out Friday. I mean, I don't know how you can spin it anymore that Biden is an incredibly successful. What do you make of the approval numbers for him because to me it's just this relentless mainstream media coverage that I don't know how we overcome it? Yeah, I mean, I think I know CNN, the guy who wants CNN is like Friends with Donald Trump. Obviously, these people who own, I don't know how many there are who own the major cable. And then obviously the big papers. You know, they're wealthy and unfortunately in some cases wealthy business owners, which prefer Republicans because they get all the tax breaks. And you know, and then they have the friendships and whatever. And I don't know the behind stories, but yeah, there's, you know, the fairness doctrine going away. Right. And 24/7 news that is reliant on views clicks and attention. I think that's where it's coming from an unfortunately people are more concerned about clicks and dollars than they are about just getting the news out. What we used to be as a country where it came to news and we could all no matter what party you were in, go to that ABC News NBC News CBS world news tonight, whatever it was. And we could all just, you know, we might not agree, but we all believed them. Right. No longer happened. We killed that. Right.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns. Here's who could replace him. - NBC News
"Anti EU sentiment to his populist campaign leading Britain out of the block and reneging on the post Brexit trade deal he signed the outgoing British prime minister Boris Johnson has been the bane of Europe's Brussels for many years I will not miss him French finance minister brunner the mayor says highlighting an open disdain unseen since the Europeans welcomed the U.S. election loss of Donald Trump in 2020 and while transatlantic relations picked up quickly since the arrival of president Joe Biden don't expect anything similar with a new British leader David mcallister the leading EU legislator dealing with a Britain says even with a new prime minister they'll likely be few changes in the British government's position on
The US Military Is Struggling to Meet Its 2022 Recruiting Goals
"Is one of our great successes as a nation, strongest military ever to exist in the history of the world. NBC News. Every branch of the military is struggling to make its 2022 recruiting calls, officials say. With record low number of Americans eligible to serve, and few of those willing to do it, it's quote, is this the year, the question of sustainability of the all volunteer force. I wonder why. These people. It's an intentional destruction of the U.S. Military. That's what they've been doing. Every branch of the U.S. Military is struggling to meet its fiscal year 2022 recruiting goals. The official said The Pentagon top leaders are now scrambling for ways to find new recruits to fill out the ranks of the all volunteer force, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and deputy secretary Kathleen hicks consider the shortfall is serious issue. Yeah, maybe you should have thought of that before you wanted to mandate an experimental gene therapy and kick out active duty personnel, which Republicans did nothing to oppose. This is a start of a long drought for military recruiting, said retired general Thomas spore of the heritage foundation. He said the military has had not such a hard time signing recruits since 1973. Quote, 2022 is the year we questioned the sustainability of the all volunteer force. Now that NBC News article continues and they say, oh, it's because of the psychological trauma quote they think they're going to be physically or emotionally broken after serving. That's not why. I'll tell you why it's happening. Two things. They don't want to take in a vaccine against their will, and they don't want to serve under this. Put that on screen. Rachel Levine and the new LGBTQIA+ regime in our military and also people want to enlist in a military that plays to win Afghanistan was a humiliation. From Lloyd Austin and Mark milley.
Tracking Your Carbon Footprint Is the New Surveillance State
"Carbon footprints. Well, that's where the World Economic Forum is spreading, sending a lot of their attention. This is kind of a language pattern. You're going to start to see. NBC News says stop having kids. World Economic Forum boasts about how we're going to have trackers following your individual carbon footprint play cut 41. We're developing through technology and ability for consumers to measure their own carbon footprint. What does that mean? Where are they traveling? How are they traveling? What are they eating? What are they consuming on the platform? So individual carbon footprint tracker. The environmental issue is a gateway for a surveillance state for a social credit system and for depopulation. You can justify any of the long held tyrannical aims and ambitions of the regime under the excuse of the climate.
Corey Lewandowski: Where's the Apology From the Media for Being Wrong?
"So what is really justice? Michael, there's a lot of guys like clue and asking other people who've been part of team Trump that were vilified and chastised by the legacy media, told us we were liars and wrong, only to see them go back and change their headlines 7 years later, say, whoops, I guess the Hunter Biden laptop, oops, I guess the whole Russia collusion narrative was a falsehood. We'll keep the Pulitzer Prize that we got. And sorry for destroying your lives. When does that apology come? Well, in fact, funny, you mentioned that because I was just reading over the weekend, NBC News has now joined The New York Times, The Washington Post Politico in verifying the laptop dismissed as Russian disinformation in 2020. I mean, there I saw a report from Hallie Jackson on NBC the other day. I thought fell off my couch where she did the whole Hunter Biden story. She sounded like a talking head on newsmax. Because they've been shamed into
Hunter Biden Reportedly Earned $11M From Foreign Business Deals
"NBC. Analysis of Hunter Biden's hard drive proves $11 million in payments from China. And what are those two stories have to do with one another? You're trying to tell me that NBC would send a bunch of reporters to look through Hunter Biden's laptop to create a negative headline. If Democrats were doing super well right now, remember the entire probe criminally into Hunter Biden is nakedly political for the sole and intended purpose and fact to try to make Joe Biden removable. Now Joe Biden does have an insurance policy. Joe Biden's handlers were very smart in one way. You might say Charlie, what is that insurance policy? The insurance policy is not like the Peter struck stroke smirk or the Lisa page lover from the FBI. None of the insurance policy is that they decided to pick an even more unpopular person to become vice president. Which is if the regime wants to remove Joe Biden assail boy, we got to deal with the that's not good. The Biden team realized that the only thing less popular than Joe Biden. So they got a decision to make, they say, well, at least we can control Biden because hunter did crimes all across the world. NBC News, Hunter Biden's hard drive shows he his firm earned $11 million from 2013 to 2018. This is a common technique that is executed by deep state Democrats against politicians they don't like. Andrew Cuomo fell victim to this, Jesse Jackson junior fell coma to this. Fell victim to this. Rod Blagojevich fell victim to this. It is a common technique, which is to use all of the previously rumored criminal activity of a Democrat, bring it to the surface to try to get that Democrat to heal or to foose. Dog term I used yesterday to obey, and if they become politically un useful, which we just are showing their Joe Biden is so unpopular, you have a means of removing him or a means of making sure that he does not run for office.
Will There Be Charges Against Hunter Biden & Joe Biden?
"For two years, people were shut down. Donald Trump tried to raise Hunter Biden's shady business deals with China. Oh, he's crazy. He's just Donald Trump. Biden said there's nothing to it. Well, settle in and witness the unfathomable. Here is NBC's Hallie Jackson, the morning on The Today Show. Hey there, Craig. Good morning to you. And this morning, we're learning more about the president's son and the paying off of a multi-million dollar tax bill he owed. Now the open question for both Hunter Biden legally and President Biden politically is whether or not there will be any charges in this federal criminal investigation. With federal prosecutors poring over Hunter Biden's finances, investigating whether he violated federal tax law this morning a representative for the president's son tells NBC News, his IRS Bill totaling about $2 million has been paid off. Two people familiar with the matter. Say the money was arranged by one of the younger Biden's new attorneys. Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris, best known for brokering a deal for the South Park TV show. Does paying that tax bill wash away any liability that Hunter Biden may have now? Paying the tax bill. If in fact that's what he did, doesn't undo the crime. It would be like returning money to a bank that you robbed. You still rob the bank. The president's son and his company brought in about $11 million between 2013 and 2018 working as an attorney, a board member to a Ukrainian gas company accused of bribing a prosecutor, and for a joint venture involving a Chinese businessman. Now accused of fraud, according to an NBC News analysis of a copy of Biden's hard drive, and iCloud account obtained by NBC from a representative for Rudy Giuliani, as well as documents released by a Senate committee. During the campaign, then candidate Biden denied his son profited off of China connection.
Unpacking the $40 Billion Bipartisan Betrayal
"Going to simply get started by allowing representative chip Roy to articulate some of the frustration that I am currently in possessive possession of. I think I've voiced the concerns of millions of Americans when we see a number as high as 40. Now remember, Biden wanted 33 billion. Which was insane in and of itself. And I'm going to explain just how insane that is in a second. But let's let chip Roy take it from here. Let's cut 76. Paul and for Maryland talked about protecting this institution or talked about this institution, but we got a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. I haven't had a chance to review the bill my staff is pouring over the pages, trying to see what's in it. You want to talk about the institution. You want to talk about standing up alongside Ukraine. Why don't we actually have a debate on the floor of the people's house instead of the garbage of getting a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Not paid for without having any idea what's really in it with a massive slush fund that goes to the State Department, $13 billion, 8 billion for the economic support fund, a 110 million for embassy security. We've got 40 billion that is unpaid for and you want to sit here and lecture this body about what we're going to do or not do about staying alongside Ukraine. Why don't we talk about the American people who are hurting the wide open borders that inflation that's killing people. The jobs that people can't get because of the cost of goods and services in this country. Amen. So let's go through this. February 26th, Biden approves $350 million in military aid for Ukraine according to Reuters. March 16th, Biden approves an additional $800 million in military aid for Ukraine. According to The New York Times. March 30th, Ukraine to receive an additional $500 million in aid from the U.S.. Biden announces its NBC News. April 12th, U.S. to announce $750 million more in weapons for Ukraine officials say. According to Reuters, may 6th, Biden announces new $150 million weapons package for Ukraine. Altogether those amounts are in excess of $3 billion.
Daily Caller: Chuck Todd Removed From MSNBC's 'Meet the Press'
"Now something interesting has happened with chuck Todd The daily caller MSNBC removes host chuck Todd's meet the depressed daily quote unquote from cable lineup this is K Smith MSNBC chuck Todd's meet the press daily plays streaming only option for viewers and changing the name to meet the press now I guess he's going the way of Chris Wallace I don't know But he'll still have a Sunday show which has no ratings Meet the press hosted by chuck Todd is moving from the 1 p.m. Eastern Time cable slot to 4 p.m. slot on the streaming service according to The Hollywood Reporter In other words they're burying it MSNBC is reportedly rebranding the 1 p.m. hour to MSB and correspondent and anchor Chris Jensen will lead the new show the outlet continued Wasn't he chasing like perverts for years mister producer Remember him Huh Oh it's a female What was that other guy Chris something or other Chris Hansen that's it So Chris Jansen is a birthing person Switch up is set to take place On May 26th the hill reported And the network will also start producing a podcast called meet the press now Make the press now Can't wait NBC News is the leader in streaming news NBC News president Noah Oppenheim stated Since our launch we've been committed to delivering the best of NBC News journal that Well you failed you jerk Free to streaming audiences everywhere Broadcast actors to see the massive potential of streaming Meet the press daily franchise to NBC News now reinforces the platform status as the destination for news on
Dave Chappelle attacked onstage during performance at Hollywood Bowl
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CNN+ To Shut One Month After Debut
"Network subscription service is folding after just four weeks after its launch in late March. According to The New York Times, CNN plus will cease operations on Saturday, April 30th. CNN launched on March 29th and was offered either a $6 a month or $60 a year. In addition to its on demand library of services and films, CNN plus featured live online programming hosted by CNN Staples and anchors who were poached from other networks like Chris Wallace and NBC News Cassie hunt. After just a couple of weeks, it was such a failure that they had to scrap it all together. They were planning to spend a $1 billion on it. Chris Wallace, okay. Chris Wallace left the left Fox News and came to CNN and has been a total failure. CNN plus is just another example. Of the forces of market gravity working against. The woke. So you have Twitter
Amber Athey: NBC Defends Trump Over Piers Morgan Interview
"But don't you find it strange amber that you know what You have this interview yesterday unquestionably selectively edited between Donald Trump and Piers Morgan right Piers here's definitely edits this thing to make it look like Donald Trump stormed off Listen whether you should be interviewing with peers or not that's for another day but there's no question it's selectively edited to make Trump look like he huffed off in a tantrum You know being in this business that if that was Joe Biden that that thing would have been knocked off Twitter in a minute for a missing context selectively and manipulative media That's what they do That is what they do And that was not the case here I was actually really surprised to see that NBC News of all places ran with the full audio that was given to them from and were really defending him That was kind of surprising to me And I wonder if maybe they're trying to angle for more access like hey if we run this maybe we'll get a Trump interview It really surprised me that they did that You want my opinion And it's your segment but my humble IMHO piers is over at Fox nation now and I think it was NBC trying to take a shot at Fox
Yamiche Alcindor: Rand Paul Holding up KBJ Vote Was 'Unsettling'
"But we're never done until we hear from yamiche alcindor on NBC News The idea that this woman excuse me That this person is a reporter of any kind is laughable She's a hack and a fraud and a phony Write yamiche Ten 11 go That is a key question here Garrett's reporting that the senators aides closed the door and would not answer questions during this historic vote really does say something And it really in some ways begs the question of is this going to be yet another hurdle another unusual thing that's happening to judge Jackson as she tries to make history And as she will make history as Garrett said this vote will happen She will be confirmed based on the vote count But it is in some ways an unsettling it's an unsettling development In some ways it reminds me of that Rand Paul being late For all I know he was in the can mister producer But it's unsettling It's very very unsettling The obstacles that they put in front of judge Jackson we've never seen anything like this They dared to hold a hearing They dared to look at her record They dared to question her about the opinions she wrote And the sentences that she gave to char pornographers and men who used charm pornography They dared to go there yes they did They did ask her About her her pro positions on critical race stereo and then they dared to ask her the worst question of all Can you define a woman We've never ever seen anything like this They're hurdles that she had to go over
Biden Depletes Oil Reserves as Poll Numbers Tank
"So Trump blasts the depletion of the strategic oil reserve. I want you guys to know Trump that hadn't been filled in decades. Trump filled it up 593.6 million barrels of oil. Biden is going to deplete one third of that. That is only supposed to be used in case of emergencies, like in case of an emergency break the glass. Biden is doing that. Sadly, inflation and soaring rinse and the housing crisis continues under the Biden administration, but there's some good news and I want to bring you that good news from my headline Biden's poll numbers somehow keep getting worse praise God. So people aren't falling for it. You would think that at some point, president Joe Biden are president select Biden's poll numbers couldn't get any worse. So far, you would be wrong. And NBC News poll found that Biden is now at 40% approval. The lowest level of his presidency with 55% of people disapproving of his job performance
Chuck Todd Predicts 'Shellacking' on November 8th
"When people like chuck Todd, a left wing Democrat hack if there ever was one. Looks into the camera. And predicts a shellacking on November the 8th. I don't think he's playing mind games. I think he's stating the obvious. Here's chuck Todd yesterday on NBC News. Where are we right now? Well, let's take a look. The current round tracking our poll 71%. What's really striking is third straight pull where the direction of the country has been above 70%. I've only been one other time we've had that in our poll. It is not a good time. And if you have 71%, forget, look, 65% wrong track is a bad number. 71%. That's why it is in the shellacking category. Oh, that's why it's in the shellacking category. 71% of Americans believe our country is on the wrong track 22% think we're on the right track. I'd love to meet somebody in that 22%.
Joe Biden Walks Back on Comments to Remove Putin
"He's leaving a church in Poland today is Biden Mister president do you want Putin removed Mister president where are you calling for regime change Okay now so what were you calling for when you said for God's sakes this man can not remain in power He calling for regime change No Now of course that's incoherent Which is it Well Kelly O'Donnell NBC News wants to know cut three you go Do you believe what you said that Putin can't remain in power Or do you now regret saying that Because your government has been trying to walk that back Did your words complicate matters Well yes three different questions I'll answer them all Number one I'm not walking anything back The fact of the matter is I was expressing the more outrage I felt toward the way Putin is dealing in the actions of this man Which is Okay that's not what he was doing The moral outrage this man can not remain in power He didn't qualify that when he said it he didn't say that's just my moral outrage you know we're not going to do anything about it Nobody should or anything like that So they came up with that incoherent line That's just my moral outlay you know
"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Safe. When the world trade a world. I lost hundreds of friends as soon as he said that during the south carolina debate. I tweeted that that was a lie. I knew it was impossible that donald trump lost hundreds of friends on nine eleven. Donald trump was following my tweets closely in those days. Because i was just about the only member of the news media at that time who was calling his lies lies. He attacked me on twitter. Of course but he paid attention to my tweets in those days and so the next morning on meet the press. He changed his line about losing hundreds of friends. On nine eleven. I was there. I was many many friends in that tragedy. And as soon as he said that i tweeted that that was also ally. Donald trump knew. He was caught in that lie but he also knew that i was the only one who caught him and so he never said it again for less than twenty four hours. Trump lied about losing friends on nine eleven and then never set it again for fear of being caught by all the major news organizations in that despicable lie. Donald trump lost zero friends on nine eleven. Donald trump attended zero nine eleven funerals zero. Donald trump tried to steal the grief of all the families who lost someone on nine eleven. He tried to steal. The grief vol thousands and thousands of people who lost loved ones and dear friends and co-workers on nine eleven ballot. Trump tried to steal their grief so that he could exploit that grief has his own in a political campaign. Debate presidential historians search for clues to the character of american presidents future historians will find nothing that illuminates the depravity of donald trump more vividly than his lie that he lost hundreds of friends on nine eleven ally so vile but even donald trump is afraid to repeat it. Whether is the politics of climate change the effective state marijuana laws on the challenges of racial injustice. Get your daily dose of enlightening articles at msnbc daily ridden.
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"Particular lie that he has already told. We'll show you the lie. The donald trump said once and never again the lie that even donald trump is afraid of repeating. That's next captain. Patrick brown ran into the north tower of the world trade center on nine eleven leading his team of firefighters from ladder company. Three after the south tower collapsed. The fire department ordered firefighters to evacuate the north tower in a recorded radio response to the order to evacuate the north tower. Pat brown said this. This is the officer of ladder company. Three i refused the order. I have too many burned. People here with me and i'm not leaving them. That is the kind of pain and loss and heroism. That was being commemorated on saturday at ground. Zero by president biden and two former presidents and thousands of the loved ones of people who lost their lives on nine eleven president george w bush joins the commemoration shanksville pennsylvania. Where flight ninety three was brought down by the roic passengers who did not let the hijackers fly that plane to washington where it could have destroyed the capitol or the white house. Donald trump did not participate in any of the commemorations. Dropped by a fire station. Very close to his manhattan home for a photo op with a few firefighters. He told a few jokes there before heading off to florida for a payday on nine eleven as a commentator for a pay per view boxing match which the new york times described as quote three hours of trump recalling. Different boxers. he'd known and been friends with before too depressing top boats both over in the first round each of which featured one washed up fighter beating another the man who claims to be a billionaire. Did that on nine eleven. Because he apparently thinks he needs the money in the reports of donald trump's visit to the fire station near his home. It does not appear that he told the firefighters. Any of his usual lies about his experience on nine eleven. He told a new one last week on one of the more obscure trump supporting tv networks. Well i was down there right. After the event. And i brought a big crew of people down and i helped a lot of other people help. Those first responders are very brave. And i'm telling you we. We were hearing creeks. I've never forgotten that there was. I think the united states steel building was called at the time. And it's fifty stories till and we heard creeks. I said that buildings come down and two big firemen grabbed me and grabbed other people and they just moved out of that area. Never came down. But i'd never heard a noise like that. No never heard a noise like that because that never happened. None of that happened. It's all a lie. He was not down there right. After the event he did not help did not hear any creaking building. What he did do after nine. Eleven was lie about contributing to charitable funds for the victims of nine eleven and donald trump told his worst lie about nine eleven when he was running for president in twenty sixteen. How did he keep us.
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"That it would be dan quayle to save our democracy lawrence. That was absolutely not on my bingo card at all but in all seriousness. I think there's a lot of republicans that are have whispery george but at the end of the day that actually came forward and to the this authority. I would say that tom that ted cruz. One of them. Anybody who voted against the certification that day of january six those are the republicans that behind closed doors on the congressional side. Were saying that the president had this forty. Then you also have more information in the book where it was that he he knew hence knew that it was wrong thing to do but he was allowed himself to be bullied on perhaps the most important day of his life he left a legacy but it was because he was rushed by a previous vice president but done exact same action to do the right thing and to you what you said There is no congratulations for doing his job. That is demanded by the constitution. If anything we should be we should actually have a moment of pause that he even had to have a conscience through dan quayle to do the right thing on your in los angeles tonight. I'm assuming that sunday night's episode of the circus on showtime will be all about the recall wouldn't say necessarily all about but we'll have decent chunk about it. I was out. I was out there. With joe biden men and gavin newsom in our city and jamie harry bunch of other the whole democratic state local And so this is a national leadership in long beach last night and and this is my home. Is you know my home state. Los angeles city. So i'm happy to be out here. But we are using the the recall to get at some larger themes talking about a lot of this backlash against the bite administrations vacs mandate and the fact is that larry elder doing what he's doing right now bringing the big y california creating a slightly less big lie but letting us know putting all on notice that this is now. Sap for the gop we're going to be seeing in two thousand twenty two twenty twenty four beyond if republicans are losing going to claim fraud. And that's another one of the unfortunate legacies of donald trump that we're going to see it. I'm afraid what we've already seen it here but we're going to see it. I think in an even louder way. Tomorrow if gavin newsom prevails is we now all expect you. Will john holliman reporting from los angeles tonight. The circus returned sunday night to showtime maria. theresa kumar. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Thank you both economists. And coming up it is rare for donald trump. to speak with outlying. it is even more rare for donald trump to stop telling.
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"And coming up in a phone call with the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff about preventing donald trump from using nuclear weapons. When he was president speaker. Nancy pelosi said quote. I hope you can prevail. In the insane snakepit of the oval office and the crazy family as well. We'll have more on what was happening in that snake. Pit next tenure. After the trump mobs attack on the capital house speaker. Nancy pelosi called the chairman of the joint chief of staff general mark milley and said quote. I hope you can prevail. On in the insane snake pit of the oval office and the crazy family as well. You'd think there'd been an intervention by now the republicans have blood on their hands and everybody who enables him to do what he does has blood on their hands and the traumatic effect for our country. This man is not an everybody knows it and nobody will act upon it. We've been taken over by dictator. Who used force against another branch of government. And he's still sitting there. He should have been arrested. He should've been arrested on the spot. He had a coup d'etat against us so he can stay office. There should be some way to remove him during the call. General milley repeatedly said he agreed with speaker pelosi. General milley promised speaker that he personally would block any attempt by donald trump to use nuclear weapons or launch any kind of military attack another country in order to create a crisis that he would then try to use to keep himself in office. All of that is revealed in the new book. Peril co-authored by washington post journalists. Bob woodward and robert costa according to the book two days after the attack on the capital general milley called his counterpart and the chinese military to try to maintain calm between the two countries one. It seemed so chaotic in washington. General milley said quote. We are one hundred percent steady. Everything's fine but democracy can be sloppy. Sometimes general milley assured the chinese general but donald trump would not attack china as a way of trying to hold onto power according to the book. General milley said this quote general. You and i have known each other for now five years if we're going to attack i'm going to call you ahead of time. It's not going to be a surprise. Trump issued a written statement tonight saying that if general milly said that he should be charged with a crime for quote telling china that he would be giving them notification of an attack. The book described general. Milley convening a meeting with top military leaders to review procedure for launching nuclear weapons at that meeting. General milley said quote. No matter what you are told you do the procedure you do. The process an. I'm part of that procedure. Anyone around the room asking each officer for confirmation. They understood looking each. And the i got it milly asked. Yes yes sir got it. He asked another yes sir. Milly considered it an oath journalist. Our john holliman. Nbc news and msnbc national affairs analyst. He is host and executive producer of showtimes the circus and host of the hell and high water podcast from the recount. Also bring a trace president presidency of voto latino msnbc contributor and john here is general milley once again major source in a book Telling about what it was. Like in the snake pit as nancy pelosi calls it with donald trump general milley now the focus of donald trump's raff again with this statement tonight saying that if what he's saying in here he actually said Than general militia be charged with a crime. The mili- verses trump battle continues. Yeah lawrence is like a battle of a of an adult not just an adult but an adult who was supremely concerned. Scared terrified petrified mortified about the state of the country in the moments after the november election in particularly in the moments after the january sixth insurrection adult trying to make sure that the child and worse than child the demented child in the white house would not wreak havoc or a cause re-vengeance wag dogs. Whatever possibilities were running through trump's mine. I think that's how you're gonna characterize it here you've got you've got something who cared a lot about the country and someone who cared nothing about the country and only about himself milly story as conveyed by this book vividly and other books that we've had in the last couple months has been very consistent throughout and i i will say you know you have trump. Now the thing that you know trump enjoyed most about that statement lawrence that he got to call milly dumb ass in the statement which is kind of just about a good illustration of why general miller was so concerned about the state of affairs in that period. And i will say once again reading the accounts. We all learn every time one of these stories comes out how much closer to the brink we were than we understood and how much we owe people like general million others. The few remaining adults in charge at that point for having the country's best interest in being there in case the worst happened. Maria theresa according to bob woodward and robert causes reporting. Mike pence did the right thing on january six. Which by the way was the only thing he could do. I'm not sure why anyone gets credit for doing the thing. That's the only thing you're legally allowed to do. And we call that the right thing but he did it only after desperately trying to find a way to do the wrong thing and help install donald trump in a false second term other passage here about with mike pence speaking to former vice president. Dan quayle who was the last republican vice president who had to ineffective Be part of the certification of his own tickets loss of the reelection campaign. and so. here's dan quayle telling mike pence mike. You have no flexibility on this non zero. Forget it put it away. Quayle set of pence says. I know that's what i've been trying to tell. Trump pen said but he really thinks he can and there are other guys in there. Saying i've got this power and quail interrupted in and said no. You don't just stop it. Merchants one of the interesting investigative roots for the january. Sixth committee in the house is who are the other guys who the other people in the white house that pence is referring to right there who were saying that the mike pence does have this power. I think first before we go there..
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"In politics being gracious So that's my take on it. But beyond larry elder This is an extraordinary victory tonight in california. It's overwhelming I think californians know very well what the state's record has been What our values are here And i also think that there are two exhaustion. it's one. Some pandemic of the governor has worked so hard to help bring californians Through it and there's another exhaustion. There's a political exhaustion of divisiveness. Really nastiness We train people. And i think californians rejected that tonight overwhelmingly. It seems as also a lesson tonight about the effectiveness of the mail-in ballot for voter participation. In the past it's been very difficult to get voter. Participation rates up During non presidential elections but every californian received a ballot in the mail and so turn out as we call it really was a matter of for many voters of simply signing their names on those ballots and mailing them back in lawrence. There is something to making it. Easy to vote The ballot came to my home. All i have to do is open the envelope. read it. Vote put it back in the envelope and put it in the mail no stamps. It's already has postage on it. That makes it absolutely the easiest thing to do. I simple as putting a what a stamp on a novel. Honestly so you know when we talk about expanding access to voting it may sound like a bunch of words to some people but you know what those words walk into your life and you make it so easy for people to vote. it really is marvelous. It's come with me come on. We can all do this because we make it easy. What do you make of david plus argument that this is the first election. We've had a statewide anyway. That is really a cova precautions. Election about masks about vaccines well sir. It's an excellent observation. We were. I was worried about the mood. People were in california somewhere looking You know to be angry at someone because their life is changed people. I mean our lives have been abandoned by this where i live in the bay area Very first in the entire nation to shut down so people have a great deal. People have been through a great deal. But i think.
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"That everyone sports knows that a ronin politics knows that democrats just had a big night in the biggest state in the union. Joe biden was part of that he went out. He made the closing argument. A big win for joe biden. Big win for the democrats. Big win for gavin newsom personally. Is this the kind of thing that actually is going to be cheering and help build enthusiasm in the democratic party lawrence. It's a hell of a lot better than the alternative. Yes i think it will build enthusiasm. They were thoroughly barest which they should have been because this was a near responsible thing to begin with. But i think again We need to look at twenty twenty two. This was the first major election where really the handling of the pandemic was on the dollar. Twenty twenty nations were on the ballot. How we handle basks. School was on the ballot. And i think it shows the democrats can go on the offense. I also think it shows that turn out which is so strong in eighteen strong enough and twenty or strong tonight And that certainly going to be the big battle in twenty two without trump on the ballot. Republicans get strong turnout. Could democrats have three successive elections where they get the turn out in win so yeah i think they should be. Energizing reminds us that this third of the country basically fox news in breitbart had cintra brought up broadcasting symphony. They live in a very very tortured false reality but it's all they know and they're gonna nominate people for a house and senate governor organised albor. Larry odors out there. But i think the question is. Can we make the republican party. Pay a price for nominating those people. I think we can in twenty two. So yeah i think democrats are being things. We shouldn't assume that everything that happened in california is going to happen next november But we have to look carefully while work. You're never thing that didn't work. It was giving the message simple which is just no. I've certainly learned an politics. The more simple you can make your ask the more successful. you are gonna be At i think that was a risky strategy was criticized by some. I think tonight. The numbers i've seen is basically less than half the people who voted on that question of no. Yes then voted for replacement candidate. So i think that strategy worked. Well they would bluff and o'leary and christina bill and tony. Thank you all very much for starting this to cuss discussion. This hour really appreciate. We have breaking news. Larry elder just told his supporters to.
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"Express themselves so overwhelmingly by rejecting the division by rejecting the cynicism by rejecting so much of the negativity that's defined our politics leading offer election coverage once again at this hour msnbc national political correspondent. Steve kornacki. steve. What are the latest numbers. Got him right here. Lawrence basically two thirds of the vote now in state why it is to to one. No almost three million vote difference leading. Yes in this thing lawrence member in the last two weeks of this campaign. The polling was suggesting that there was a pretty significant shift against the recall me. We're all asking the question we remember. Twenty twenty we remember twenty sixteen. We're asking the question. Hey could the polls be wrong again if anything when you look at these results the polls may have under sold the opposition to this recall because you can expect these numbers to change some as the final votes are candidates here because what's left to come. The remaining one third of the vote in the state a lot of votes that were cast today same-day votes people who went out to the polls vote on election. Day tends to be more republican group. And then a lotta people in california they. They have a male ballet at home mail in ballot. They drop it off on the day of the election or it gets into the election on election day those votes to be a lot of those. We'll be counted late to. That won't be that much of a republican group. It could change things a little bit. But i don't expect that this is going to change more than you know. Four or five points on the no side four or five points up on the yes side this is gonna be a dramatic landslide victory for opponents of the recall and in fact what i think is most striking when you just look at the lay. The lane remember purple counties or counties that voted against the recall. Orange county's are counties. That voted for the recall. Fix your eyes on that map. Because i'm going to do a little thing. I'm going to flip over and show you the red blue map for trump versus biden and remember this recall anti recall now. Checkout trump biden. Look at at the orange became red and purple became blue the results tonight geographically. Really mirroring what we saw in the presidential election last year. And you saw it. And you're talking about democrats made such an effort to nationalize this election. Joe biden coming in telling folks. Hey if you're opposed to trump be opposed to this recall and it's not just that geographic distribution of votes. I just showed you take a look at the results within some of these counties. Let's just take a look. The inland empire riverside county. This is the biggie right now. About two thirds of the voters in no fifty four percent. Yes about forty six percent. Compare that to the trump biden number trump got forty five percent. The recall is running just a fraction of point above forty five percent. Take a look here. There were a few counties where there was a little bit of progress for recall supporters. I'll show you one fresno county here about a million people here. Central valley scene joaquin valley. Donald trump got forty five percent. Here the recalls. Doing a little better. It's getting forty seven point seven percent or recall supporters needed. They needed massive massive jumps over donald trump's number in one county after another in a county like this they needed to have sixty sixty five percent support instead. They're sitting right now at about forty eight percent might pick up a couple points when the late votes are counted. But it's going to be nothing like the jump that they needed in the end lawrence the challenge for recall supporters was. It's a deeply blue state. They needed to find people. Who voted for joe biden in the presidential election last year. For that matter who voted for gavin newsom in two thousand eighteen. When he was first elected governor they needed to find a significant number of those voters and get them to flip and get them to throw out newsome and vote for this recall. Democrats were trying to do and you really saw it and their messaging lateness campaign was they were just trying to recreate what happened in twenty twenty. They were trying to recreate that red blue divide. They were trying to recreate the margins. They got in every county and honestly just look up and down the map in california. The surprise tonight is how little deviation there is in these results from the twenty twenty landslide. The biden got in this state that democratic message that democratic strategy it carried the day so again. Well we expect these numbers to move a little bit. They're not going to move much. This was a landslide. stephen. I heard you correctly surprise tonight. Is that there. Were no surprises. I've been watching the map unfold and watching your coverage over the course of the night and what struck me was there really. I didn't see any surprises on that map of california. That's exactly right. we were looking at. If you were watching earlier we were just getting results. One county after another and i was going through him along with everybody watching at home and i was looking for a single county where the story was holy cow. Here's where the recall is really catching on where it's really getting traction. And i just couldn't find a single guy. I showed you fresno county. This is one of the best counties on the map for the recall. It's failing actually right now. But i say best because this is one of the best improvements over trump's numbers that you see in any county in the state right now and it's two and a half points. They needed fifteen twenty twenty five point improvement. And you don't see that anywhere. Steve mckee great coverage getting us through another election. Night really appreciate it. Thank you lawrence and joining us now. David puff former campaign manager and white house senior advisor to president barack obama. He's an msnbc political also joining us. O'leary she is governor gavin nuisance former chief of staff and christina bella tony director of media the media center at university of southern california and bruce school for communication and journalism. And david let me begin with you. Because i began with you quite literally in our first coverage of the california recall campaign at the on the last word and when we started this discussion the polling was not so strong for gavin newsom. Not only did he open it up to what became a comfortable win. It is a landslide.
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"Of texans and ducks as really where i am. I'm hopeful going to get something done in. Congress will remember vice president heiress in the roosevelt room. After i fall rake. She asked us to hold out in. Give congress more time to act. We did that through. Two breaks a regular session of special session and now they're ninety days left before this law goes into effect so the clock tiffy need action ninety days. The clock is ticking. Texas representative rafael and chia and britney cooper. Thank you for joining us tonight. We'll be right back. Let's go back to our breaking news from afghanistan in the wake of yesterday's deadly attack that killed thirteen u s servicemembers tonight. Nbc news reporting that the fence department sources say us military killed in isis k. Planner who is believed to be planning future attacks joining us. Now by phone is nbc. Pentagon correspondent courtney kuby jonathan So what we know. A little bit more Tonight is that this was a strike by drone. us military drone and this this Attack was a. This strike was a direct retaliation for the attack at kabul airport yesterday. It according to defense officials who i spoke with it was against someone who is believed to be believed to have been involved in planning for future attacks by isis course on this is one individual. He was isolated in a vehicle at the time of this drone strike. He was military does not believe that there were any civilian casualties in this strike It occurred in nangarhar province which is in the eastern part of afghanistan. East of kabul. And it's right along the border with pakistan. It's an area that isis k. Had a safe haven in up until a couple of years ago when there was this large offensive by the afghans kurdi forces and actually the taliban fought against isis. The time as well And they were largely driven out of the area. At least they lost ground that they were holding there. But the reality is jonathan. They're still has been isis fighters there somewhere in the neighborhood of five hundred to maybe a thousand still exist in afghanistan. Hold the land that they used to but again the headline here the us military carrying out a retaliatory strike for the attack on kabul airport yesterday. A courtney how worried are officials about future about future strikes. Future a tat's they are very concerned. There is still a real credible intelligence about isis trying to carry out additional attacks in kabul and particularly against kabul airport. They're particularly concerned about the threat from suicide attacks against the airport by an individual. They're very worried about a potential vehicle born explosive devices someone packing vehicle with explosives and then potentially getting on the airport and detonating and they're still worried about this persistence right. That's this in many of the airfields in afghanistan of rocket. They're worried about someone. Firing rockets onto the airfield potentially popping up the runway stopping the evacuation efforts or in a worst case scenario firing a rocket and in some and potentially even taking out a civilian airliner. You coordinate how how can military protect against an attack without slowing down the evacuation which is now in. Its waning days closing days so that is one of the biggest challenges that they have. They have to make sure that they maintain perimeter security security of the airfield and then security there of the the men and women who are their surveys and that's been one of the biggest challenges because the job that many of these service members are doing is actually screening is civilians as they're coming onto airfield and that is up close and personal work jonathan. They are they. They're patting them down. They're checking them for explosives and weapons. And that's how we saw the the suicide bomber yesterday get so close to the. Us military members they were literally describing the person to as it checking them as they were coming on. The airfield it. It's going to be a constant challenge in these last couple of days on the us military's still at the airport until august. Thirty first nbc's pentagon correspondent courtney. Cuvee thank you for joining us tonight. And don't forget to tune into the sunday show. This week i'll be joined by house. Majority whip james clyburn. That's the sunday show sunday at ten. Am eastern on msnbc whether it's the politics of climate change the effect of state marijuana laws or the challenges of racial injustice. Get your daily dose of enlightening articles at msnbc daily.
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"A policy that intentionally targets black and brown people to disenfranchise them of their rights. Asking for republican. Maybe our next guest can think of a word for that next. Texas democrats fought for six weeks to block the voter suppression bill that texas republicans pass today debate on the bill ran for more than twelve hours yesterday with republicans adding some adding several provisions that make the legislation even more restrictive including imposing criminal penalties and civil fines on election workers and requiring large texas counties to livestream the ballot-counting process republicans shot down all but one of the amendments suggested by democrats the most shocking in the moment of yesterday's debate. You came when the republican speaker actually asked members not to use the word racism while debating legislation that will disproportionately impact voters of color. Republicans don't wanna be called racist for passing races legislation. Fancy that during debate. Our next guest saint representative rafael in chia explained in detail to texas republicans how their election policies have targeted people. Color courts have pointed out over and over and over again intentional. Discrimination against african americans intentional discrimination against latinos intentional discrimination against people of color. These are not my words. These are three federal courts across this country. Making ten findings of that intentional discrimination. Intentional discrimination against people of certain race is that racism. That is also.
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"Emergency covert hospitalizations of children have overwhelmed hospitals. In the state justice hurricane ida is forecast to make landfall on sunday as a life threatening category four storm sixteen years to the day after hurricane katrina hit louisiana as a category three storm. The mayor of new orleans has ordered mandatory evacuations residents in low lying areas outside the city's levee system. She's also called for voluntary evacuations inside the levy system. Our next guest is the physician chief at children's hospital new orleans where the surge of hospitalizations was so intense. This month that the state called in federal surged team of doctors nurses. Paramedics louisiana is among the seven states with the lowest vaccination rate just forty point nine percent of people in louisiana are fully vaccinated on tuesday louisiana. Set a new record for corona virus deaths in a single day with one hundred thirty nine. The day after louisiana reported one hundred ten cova deaths. One of them was a baby less than a year. Old it was the first time in six months that a child had died from cova in louisiana since the pandemic began eleven children under the age of eighteen in louisiana have died from covert and right now about thirty one percent of new covert cases in louisiana children younger than eighteen. The picture across the united states is just as bad across the country. More than one hundred thousand people are hospitalized for covert nineteen the highest number since january daily. Kobe deaths have increased by fifty three percent in the last two weeks. Dr mark klein is standing by in new orleans but first. Let's get the latest on hurricane ida with meteorologist. Michelle grossman timing this. So we're expecting a category four storm. This is a terrible situation by itself and with a pandemic. it's obviously even worse. So we're looking at a category one storm. Now as it makes landfall to see the category. Four sir let's give you the latest. This is i'd. It's crossing over cuban. Now we're looking at winds at eighty miles per hour. And what's going to happen over the next thirty six hours. It's going to go over the waters of the gulf of mexico. it's so warm. They're so deep that's really all it needs to blossom so it's quickly become a category two storm and then a category forest early sunday morning. Now look what happens. Mentioning new orleans and the coast of louisiana. We are expecting a landfall now of category. Four storm with one hundred and forty mph winds. And it's not out of the rubble possibilities to see this lawson category five storable seats at the eleven o'clock advisory it's coming out in the next forty minutes and then we'll watch over the next thirty six hours but still a really strong storm. So when you think of hurricanes you think of water of course. We're looking at torrential downpour. That's going to fall on sunday. We could see twenty inches of rain. We're going to see those levees tested. We're going to see the pumping stations. Tested tested as well twenty four pumping stations. So these are your tropical alerts. We're looking at alerts. Spanning all the way from lake charles all the way to the mississippi alabama border but where you see that red and that includes new orleans and includes baton. Rouge includes morgan city. We're under hurricane warnings. So if you had in those warnings you wanna us tonight tomorrow tomorrow afternoon because sunday going to be too late tropical winds up late tomorrow night and these are the rainfall impacts. I mean this is just a dire situation when you see these numbers. General generally eight to fifteen inches but we could see up to twenty inches of rain and a storm surge about fifteen feet jonathan meteorologists. michelle grossman. Thank you very much for that. Update joining us now. Is dr mark klein. Physician in chief of children's hospital new orleans is a pediatrician and infectious disease specialists climbed. Thank you very much for being here. What's her hospital doing to prepare for a possible category for hurricane and how devastating could this hurricane for hospitals already struggling with covert patients. Thanks for having me. Jonathan hospitals are stretched really thin. The staff is exhausted. The nurses and the doctors and the respiratory therapists and social workers have been working overtime For a couple of months now with this delta surge cove at nineteen. Our own hospital had its busiest month in sixty six years in the history of the hospital. In july In terms of the average daily census the census in our critical care units and the census in our emergency center our emergency center visits. Were up seventy seven percent in july compared to june so you know people have worked as hard as they possibly can and the last thing in the world that we need right now as a category for storm impacting us but That's what we've got and we're going to pull together and work as a team and and we'll get through this. We have everything else you know. I've been wondering this. What are you.
"nbc news" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Now it's time for the last word. Jonathan kaye part is in for lawrence tonight. Good evening. jonathan. It's a big night already. It is a big night rachel. You covered lots of big news. But i have to say. I couldn't get ready for tonight. Show for the first thirty minutes of your show listening to you. Break down people. Not trusting the cdc what fully taking recommendations from facebook to take in the inver mexican ivermectin. It can kill her license. Scabies in people can de worm your cow but it does nothing for kovin despite what fox news and facebook or telling you. It is turning into like an epidemic of misuse. That's turning out to be dangerous. It's insane right and at a time when hospital beds are filling up with covert patients and not having enough hospital beds for people who don't have covert. We're gonna be talking about a lot of this on the sunday show on sunday. But we got to get to the breaking news that you ended your show with rachel. Thank you very much and to begin with the breaking news. The us military has conducted a coward. Counterterrorism operation against an isis cape planner initial indications. Are that the target was killed. According to officials isis k. Is the terrorist organization that claimed responsibility for the explosion at kabul airport. That killed thirteen. Us service members on thursday military officials say the unmanned air strike took place today in the non bihar province of afghanistan. There are no known civilian. Casualties s servicemembers at kabul airport are still under threat. Tonight as efforts continue in the evacuation of americans and our allies from afghanistan before the august thirty first deadline for military withdrawal today according to the white house another forty two hundred people were evacuated from kabul. More than one hundred. Fourteen thousand have been evacuated from afghanistan since july including more than five thousand americans. Nbc news has learned that national security officials believe another attack outside. Kabul airport is likely and warned that the next days will be the most dangerous yet and there is new information tonight about yesterday's deadly terror attack the new york times reports at five forty eight. pm the bomber wearing a twenty five pound explosive vests underclothing walked up to the group of americans who were frisking people hoping to enter the complex. He waited officials said until just before he was about to be searched by the american troops and then he debt and detonated the bomb which was unusually large for a suicide vest killing himself and ignited it igniting an attack that would leave dozens of people dead including thirteen american servicemembers. Those thirteen u s servicemembers killed include eleven marines one navy cormon and one soldier more than a dozen. Us service members were injured. Afghan health officials. Say that as many as one hundred seventy civilians outside. The airport were killed in the explosion. None of those killed were american. Another two hundred civilians were reportedly injured today. President biden once again offered his condolences to the families of the thirteen fallen servicemembers. Let me.
"nbc news" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"I i just think that it has to be more specific when we talk and i don't like generalizations because the majority of conspiracy thinkers on the right come from the alex jones coast to coast empire. That's millions of people and they all subscribe to this idea they are. If you're up to this well there. There certainly following. They pay money every month or every year to follow these people to listen to their shows to buy their products. Whatever else they do so they're invested in that and all i'm saying is that's a huge chunk of them now. There's just as bad on the left with all this cancel culture and an offensive stuff. That's just as bad. I'm not saying it isn't but what i'm saying. We have to be more specific about certain things. We can't just generalize and say wealth of course it's the deep state but the same deep state. That's that's affecting hillary. Because of these pizza gate emails is not the same deep state that does other things. That's sort of what i'm getting at. There's more specifics to these cases and we have to be more specific about who were accusing of. What and what is realistic about what what is what are the specifics of the pizza gate emails that you know because you took a position that i've heard so many people who have been kind of brainwashed into thinking that pizza gate is about a guy going into a pizza restaurant and shooting a computer and what pizza gate is really about what the original term came from was the emails themselves. So what do you know in what you think about the emails. And what do you think i mean. Now it's not it's it's all revealed about the the pedophile rings and the satanic ritual abuse. You not interviewed on this show on akaluka's a woman who is ridiculous. It's ridiculous is people that have mental issues is as simple as that. There is no satanic rituals cooking babies. If someone's coming on and saying that most of them have a screw loose you can. Listen to my interview with anna. I would waste my time. But here's the point. Here's the point out..
"nbc news" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Now she's splitting it with her family. Well, how about this one? Friends from Australia want a lottery jackpot of over $750,000 with numbers. They literally picked out of a hat, talking about a man and a woman. They've been playing the lottery together for several years. They used the same group of numbers, which they selected initially by drawing them out of the hat. Years later, they're unusual number selection. Paid off. Two friends to come. A total of $758,127.12. We can't forget that 12 cents. One of the winners says she's already making plans for her share of the money. She gonna replace him Carpeting under her dining room table by new car. How about her family? By that lottery ticket, huh? All right, let's go over the top headlines out there. We got kind of a battle brewing. Sanders versus McConnell. Let's go to NBC News radio National correspondent Matt McClure for the latest on the stimulus package. Matt, Where's it? Stand right now and When should checks start arriving? And for how much? That's the big question. Yeah, that is the one that really matters to a lot of folks bloom Daddy of then Really. The answer is check your bank account because it could be in there. Already. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said yesterday that direct deposits could start being deposited last night. Ah paper checks begin the process of being sent out today. Now those $600 payments, of course meant to help boost the economy. MIT, the downturn caused by the pandemic. But as you alluded to there, there is a battle on Capitol Hill over increasing those payments to 2000. Bucks the House already passing a measure increasing the payment but really faces uncertain future in the Senate. Yesterday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called for unanimous consent vote to enhance those payments. Tonto get them up to 2000 bucks. Like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell objected on behalf of Republicans that blocked that request, at least temporarily asleep kicking the can down the road a little bit, but the proposal is not completely dead just yet. McConnell basically wants a package deal. I mean, that's pretty much what it comes down to right? That's right. I mean, he is, according to our NBC news reporting, suggesting a way out of a mess for him because it puts some of his members in a tough spot, especially those two in Georgia Senators Kelly Leper and David Perdue. It could no matter which way they vote, potentially hurt them in the runoff, especially if they were to vote against it. Or it's the Senate, led by Republicans were to kill that $2000 payment that would hurt those two Republicans. Well, so what Mitch McConnell is reportedly wanting to do is combine three of President Trump's demands that $2000 stimulus payment. Also a repeal of the Internet Liability law, which is known in section 2 30. President Trump's been railing against that on Twitter for quite some time. On and also setting up a commission to investigate the election. Now that last part of it, especially if something that the vast majority if not all Democrats probably will not go for I'm gonna Mat McClure right now. NBC news radio National correspondent Matt You mentioned some blocking being done by Mitch McConnell. But there's some blocking being threatened by Bernie Sanders Phyllis in As to what is going on with that? That's right. So Senator Sanders is really threatening to filibuster Bill That's going to come up for a vote today, so this would be the override of President Trump's veto of that massive defense spending bill and President Trump vetoed that bill because it did not include that section. 2 30, the Internet liability law repealed so Senator Sanders and sort of using this is a bargaining chip here to pressure Mitch McConnell to bring the $2000 payments up for extreme vote in the Senate. Now back to his schedule to come up for a vote. The defense bill veto override anyway. A schedule come up for a vote. This afternoon. McConnell says the Senate will consider it beginning at 5 P.m. eastern time today. All right, man, Thanks for the latest on this topic. Appreciate it. Thanks a lot, Danny. All right. Matt McClure, NBC News radio National correspondent over to Cove. It coronavirus Latest. You've got health care workers across the country. They've started receiving covert 19 vaccines, but doctors and nurses is some of the nation's top hospitals. Kind of kind of raising the alarm, saying that vaccine distribution has been unfair and pretty much a chaotic free for all talking about hospitals in Massachusetts, New York, Arizona, California Some other places. Medical professionals, saying that those with the most exposure to cope in 19 patients, not always the first to get vaccinated. Others who have little or no contact with covert 19 patients have received vaccinations. And how about Luke let low, newly elected member of Congress from Louisiana? Dying last night from complications related to covert 41 year old Republican days away from being sworn into office. He was in critical condition. But he did show signs of improvement, according to his doctor that apparently he's suffered a cardiac event that he couldn't recover from that proved to be fatal. The family said in a statement that he was admitted to a hospital in Monroe, Louisiana, on December 19. Then transport transferred to the Shreveport facility when his condition got worse. Let no one his first race for Congress after defeating a three term state rep by the name of Lance Harris, a tweet by Ivanka Trump getting a lot of attention, raising some eyebrows as a matter of fact. After she tweeted 10,000 likes Mean instantly..
"nbc news" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Inside of these places, Delta could bring up to 15 inches of rain in some areas and might spawn some tornadoes in Louisiana and Mississippi. The former Minneapolis police officer accused in the death of George Floyd is able to leave Minnesota. A judge changed the probation requirements today, so Derrick show Vin can leave the state. The judge cited safety concerns and making the decision. Children got out of jail earlier this week on a $1 million bond. President Trump is again claiming that Regeneron's antibody cocktail cured him of covert 19 were rounding the turn on the pandemic, and I'll have something to say about that, because I'm telling you, we have a cure more than just a therapeutic we have a cure. The president made the statement while holding what he calls a virtual rally on the Rush Limbaugh radio program today. He added that he will win next month's election, calling his critics vicious people. The White House is expected to offer a $1.8 trillion economic stimulus package. President Trump has told his negotiators to go big House Speaker Nancy Pelosi notes. It comes days after Trump's tweet that negotiations were over. He got a terrible backlash from it, including in the staff market, which is what he cares about and on. So then he started come back little by little, and now a bigger package. We'll see. What they have to offer. Today. Pelosi has been negotiating directly with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Yelp is now helping people avoid businesses that have been accused of racist behavior. The company has established a business accused of racist behavior alert. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Pennsylvania is taking a hard line on mail in ballots. The state Supreme Court has ruled that ballots mailed in without a required secrecy envelope so called naked ballots won't be counted. Election officials are warning that naked ballots will be disqualified, and voters who send them in won't be allowed to fix the mistake. Pennsylvania has required secrecy envelope for years, but enforcement has been lax. Court issued the ruling requiring strict enforcement after the Trump campaign challenge the lenient practice. China has now signed onto an international vaccine. Project. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer provides details. China says it will join in the global effort to ensure that less wealthy countries around the world have access to Kobe 19 back scenes in the future. China is the biggest nation to back the project. As far the United States and Russia have not. The global access facility, or Kovacs is led by the World Health Organization, and it hopes to deliver up to two billion doses of vaccine by the end of next year. Around the world Bills in for NBC News radio rapper Travis Scott is paying a semester's tuition for students who are attending historically black colleges and universities. Sarah Bartlett has the story. It started as a conversation on Twitter, where fans asked It's got to help them replace things they lost at one of his concerts after agreeing to buy everything from air pods to a P S, five, a rapper throughout another idea, covering the tuition of five students for one semester. So far, he's committed to footing the bill for a business administration. Major at Morehouse College in Atlanta and a marketing student at Howard University in Washington, D. C. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News Radio vice president, Mike Pence, is getting his own special bobblehead. It will commemorate the moment of fly light it on his head during Wednesday's buys presidential debate, The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee revealed it yesterday. It also includes a plexiglass barrier and a little removable fly swatter. The.
"nbc news" Discussed on AMS on the Air
"Katherine thank you so much for taking the time to talk with us today. You're all I have. The hearings are awesome. Yes my lightning bolt earrings end the necklace to match up. I know this is a podcast. They can't see a bunch of lightning both pain so you're NBC News Right now. Yeah previously at whether Channel Rat Linda How's it going? How how's the I guess? NEWISH GIG you've been there for. Yeah just over a year and it's going great. I moved from Atlanta to New York. I do live in the city so you know learning how to live in the city the life I was certainly an adjustment. My family is from the New York City area. So it wasn't that bad Did give up my car by the way I miss it every single day. But you do not need it living in New York Eric Working for NBC. News is so much fun. It's it's another level you know so. Every day. I get in my typical schedules. I work Monday through through Friday six. Am to three PM and that schedule allows me to help out with the today show. When I I get in and help with planning all the way through nightly news and then and also continue planning for the today show for the next day so I right now my main meteorologist that I work with our our roker and Dylan Dreyer Gio? So what does a typical day. There might might not be a typical day. But what does one look at that exists. Yes so the typical day and again every day is different. That's also why I love working in media. You kind of have have an idea of what you're working in two or walking into but you also don't know what's the top news story going to be. You know when you work in breaking news. Sometimes you literally do not know what's going to happen that day but a typical day my alarm goes off at four. AM which is early. But I also did. When I was at the weather channel I did many many years of two? Am Star so sleeping in a forum now for me. So that's I hop on the subway way early in the morning those city streets and I'm in the door usually at six. AM sharp are there is really no kind of time to get adjusted by six. AM The today show. Goes on the earth seven so everyone is in full planning mode full producing mode. And we're kind of in the last minute touches. especially if there's breaking news it's really hustling so I am doing any last minute Senate weather maps for al a lot of times especially if there's breaking weather you've got rainfall totals to talk about. Maybe some records are being set that we want to be in the show. So I'm adjusting scripts I'm checking headlines for meteorological accuracy which is important also for interest. We WanNa grab those viewers right away Then from seven to nine. I'm in the booth working the maps producing with Al with my other co workers who are beside me other meteorologists at NBC. And then after nine. It's almost like everything comes to a halt because the show's over and then we go immediately into meetings to plan the weather content for the whole rest of the day so it is nonstop. They say we have an hour lunch. Break we do not have an hour lunch. Break work launch so coming from the weather channel. I imagine you're working with mainly Meteorologist people with the weather background but now that's sort of big difference at the at NBC. I'm I'm sure it's a lot less Meteorologist working with what what do you think is the difference there. Like how do you have to do things differently. Talk differently or use different words. That is a a great question. The answer is yes but not necessarily in a bad way at actually gives me more of an editorial voice that I never had before when I was working at the weather channel. You said we're all meteorologists. We were all generally on the same page most of the time here. You know you've got the the weather unit also simultaneously the Climate Unit at NBC. We are whether voices for the entire giant network of NBC. So we will field questions and again help with reading scripts reading headlines Writing Scripts sometimes for NBC News All of the digital platforms so NBC News. Now obviously NBC News Dot Com as well as MSNBC. The list goes on and on so It is my job also to temper any hype you know it is the news. Watch us but but we do have that responsibility especially me as a scientist now recently a see you do have that scientific responsibility to you know. Don't let facts get in the way of a good story. That's kind of typical. Slogan of News I tried to let not let that happen. I try to make sure all the facts are correct. Everything is accurate and then you can get into the storytelling aspect. Gotcha so you mentioned that you went to Virginia tech yet or Hokey. I am a Hokey. That's great and you said You actually started UH meteorology program there. Yes so I certainly helped it When I first got to tech There was no school in Virginia that had a meteorology degree program. Graham And I knew I WANNA be meteorologist. So I'm thinking okay. How can I make it happen? Even though I don't have a degree program to literally do it so I remember member as a freshman walking into the office. He was the dean of the College of geography. And I said I want a meteorology program and you know for those of you who can't can't see me I am five foot one rounding up my nickname visit by feet of fury. So here I am a freshman blasting into the Dean's office saying we need a beater allergy elegy program and we need it now and there were a couple of meteorology courses within the geography department. So That's how I knew where to go. So I immediately paired up with the one meteorology instructor Dave Carroll who quickly became my mentor helped him build coursework Helped him build kind of storm chase field course that all students go on and I still see them out in the plains. Every year helped sit in on the interviews for new professors which is a little scary And then I continued there to get my graduate degree which also helped me build that program. Yes I actually. I was like every class I became available. I took it the first semester available and so there was a lot of feedback involved. I started the Meteorology Club. There you know we start. I remember the first meeting there. Were like eight of US weather geeks in there and now the club has just exploded in its gigantic doc and it makes me very happy. That's awesome yeah. I should've I should've done. I'm from Maryland and they didn't have a program at the time I didn't think starting my own that's really in business so it was really busy. I would say but I felt it was important and the important thing was I found other people who were also so interested in it also wanted a program so I built my little army and then they came with me to mediates. They helped me start the club so I had people full with me to help. Get that message Allen that's great So at Ms. When I tried to schedule for the interview you said you are busy with the CCM? I I guess you do the actual approval of see at at the conference. Yes so I just got my CCS which stands thank you. It was a rigorous process The idea to get it actually came from my business partner Crystal Egger she ours. We we started a company together and she found the CCN program we've both been members of the ams forever and she goes you know what this looks interesting. Maybe this would help our company. You know maybe you should get it and I look at the process and I'm like Oh oh my goodness. I don't know if I can do this. It's very rigorous. It's very hard but I thought okay. Let's give it a try so I remember. I decided I'm going to do this in the summer. Summer of two thousand eighteen and then a month later I got a new job in New York but I had already started the process. You know we have like three months to get through it and so I'm moving. I'm sorry new job I'm trying to do the CCM which was the hardest thing ever. It reminded me of getting my master's degree but even more difficult than that if you can believe in and then I came to ams last year It was in Phoenix. And I did the two hour long oral exam where I've got grilled by like fifteen people. Yes which they were. Current board members new board members. And I really didn't know it passed or not it was that difficult because CCM's we are trained to have a poker face so so what else in the exam. I didn't know if I was doing great. If I was bombing I had no clue and then I found out I passed which was wonderful now. They asked me to be aboard member. So Oh wow. I took the exam just last year and now I'm helping great it and it's been a big so now you're on the other side of that. I am underside. And he knows since I just did it a year ago. I can really empathize with all the people who are up there and clearly nervous and you know clearly terrified because I was them one year ago so trying to help them and through the process as best I can you mentioned that in part you you got your cesium because Your Business. ooh What's so what's Your Business Name. In what what. What do you do with the goal so my business? This is called monarch weather consulting and we are in small women owned business. There's four of us right now and for all the weather keeps out there monarch. It is for the butterfly fly because that is a hat tip to the butterfly favorite. That's my favorite butterfly monarch. I love monarch so much. I'm sort of insect. Yeah we must have been chat channel in your interest as well so I mean we have just built our company. Even since a year ago we were just coming up with the monarch name which which by the way we now just call ourselves monarchs which is super throwing? We do have a Hashtag boss Babes because we are small women owned The other people in the it was just crystal and me for a long time. I give crystal all the credit in the world. She's the one who started it and said Hey. I think we can do this so I call her the fearless leader of the company. And as we I started growing we brought on twin sister Lauren and she so I'm the scientists twin she is the art and I like to call her colored like the smarter twin. And if you will at least with street smarts Because she does marketing and advertising so I brought her on as the director of marketing. Now we are a startup so I pay her in pizza and wine right now. But it's great to have her on the team and she's another Virginia cokie and then the fourth person on our team is Ashley Ballard and she is is a genius. Also one of my former students also a hokey storm Chaser so crystal in other words is just surrounded by hokies which is super important. I think I'm just GonNa give her an honorary diploma point But I mean starting company is hard for everyone out there. especially if you have other gigs and you know other full-time jobs. But it's so much fun it gets me out of bed in the morning. It's entrepreneurship is exciting. To talk about every day being different you know. The highs and lows are real-life. Everybody needs to. I know that but it's also what you have a great team with you and all we do is encourage each other every day. I mean we have a group thread. Were just sharing. Funny Gifts funny means it just support each other and that might be the best part everyone talks about wanting to join Taylor swift squad. I think I want to join your squad. That sounds like a really cool. Yeah the guy you're successful. Yeah sounds like you also really enjoy it too so we do. We definitely do. Well thank you so much for taking a little bit of time to talk with US really appreciate eight at yeah..
"nbc news" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"NBC News Radio and undercover cop and Texas is temporarily off the job due to questions about a deadly drug shootout, Houston police chief art Aasa Vado says there is an obligation to make sure a thorough investigation happens into last month's shootout, which left five cops hurt and two drug suspects dead Houston. Police officers union president Joe Gamal declined to identify the narcotics officer and said the decision was made because of questions which cannot be answered until the case agent. Gives us statement. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Your shot at one thousand dollars now. Text the nationwide keyword two hundred two hundred you'll get a text confirming entry, plus iheartradio info. Standard data and message rates apply. Nationwide. Contest talk to two hundred two hundred most California voters approve of the state's direction, but not the nation's the public policy institute's annual poll of likely voters says fifty one percent think California's head in the right direction. However, two thirds think the nation as a whole is on the wrong track. More than seventy percent approve of governor Gavin Newsom budget plan while only eighteen percent thing. President Trump will be able to work with congress. Randy fuller, NBC News Radio actor Bill Cosby has been moved to a general population unit as he serves his sentence for sexual assault in a Pennsylvania prison. The eighty one year old has spent the last four months in special housing at the state Correctional Institution. Phoenix in suburban Philadelphia. A state prison spokeswoman said Cosby has a single cell in is not on award for older inmates in. Mates in general population can spend several hours a day in the gym or exercise yard and other time in the library class or day room. In honor of what would have been Marvin Gay's eightieth birthday on April. Second Motown slash is announcing the upcoming release of a never before issued nineteen seventy two album, the Tamla Motown album, your the man will be released in a to L P vinyl edition and the digital edition beginning on March twenty ninth. You're the man features all of gays solo and non soundtrack recordings.
"nbc news" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"You know, what's been described to me is that bar has no intention of giving the committee ironclad promises about what he will or won't do until he's been read in to the investigation. But also that he is is fairly comfortable telling the committee, and the congress that he will do the right thing. And that he's not interested in just coming in. And shutting down the Muller investigation without having a very clear reason for doing. So definitely have to ask you about one other element of this. There is reporting today from the Washington Post NBC news and other sources that deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein may be planning to leave. He may be pegging his leaving both potentially to the end of the molar investigation. But also to the arrival of William bar. Do we have? Have any further clarification tonight as that reporting has developed in terms of Rosenstein plans? We'll look I think I think what's been described to us certainly is that Rosenstein has the intention of creating a smooth transition once bar is confirmed assuming he's confirmed as the attorney general the sort of the unknown factor. And all this though, is known is really quite certain when a final Mullah report is going to surface. And if that were to surface around this time, I think frankly that could change Rosen's signs calculation, and frankly, it could change bars calculation because frankly, one of the things we know is that bar wants his own people there, and that would include the deputy attorney general job. So it's not that surprising to think that Rosenstein would leave soon, but there's two things happening that possibly around the same time. And I think those two things may change the calculus for rod Rosenstein as this goes forward alive and still developing issue. In other words, it's fascinating stuff in very consequential. Devlin barrett. Washington Post national security party. Thanks for being with us tonight. It's great to have you here. Thank you. All right. We'll be right back. Stay with us. But the government shutdown rounding out its nineteenth day today. Democrats are introducing four more bills to try to start opening up. The government piece by piece, and this is separate and apart from any fight that the president may want over building a wall on the southern border today. The democrat controlled house passed a Bill to open up the treasury department, and the IRS every democrat who voted on this today voted. Yes. So did eight Republicans across the aisle, that's one more Republican defection than the last time. The house voted on democratic legislation to reopen the government tomorrow, the democratic house will vote on more bills to open more agencies tomorrow, it will be the interior department and the agriculture department then on Friday, they'll have another vote to reopen housing urban developments. They've already passed bills to reopen the whole government now they're trying it agency by agency. These bills are all expected to pass the house, but they're not likely to go anywhere else. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell still says he will not. Take up any legislation to reopen. The government in the Senate if he thinks the president will sign that legislation. On Saturday unless anything in this dynamic changes. This will become the longest government shutdown in US history. There's no reason to think that this is going to stop anytime soon. Not the way this is preceding this could be a while. Quick personal privilege. I want to mention one quick thing before son off tonight. And it is a thank you to everybody who has listened to bag, man. The little podcast that we made about Nixon's vice president Spiro Agnew and how he got caught for being a crook. And how the Justice department forced him to resign vice president because of that I'm saying thank you today. Because today we officially hit ten million downloads further podcast what? Which I could not have seen coming from a million miles away. So thank you. I am totally bewildered by the number being that big. Thank you man is still up..