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The Death of George Floyd Literally Set the Country on Fire
"The death of George Floyd literally set the country on fire. And immediately, it was kind of confirmation bias of the narrative that we were always told, which is that law enforcement police officers are going and they're walking the streets, trying to find black people. They're literally killing them without any sort of due process whatsoever. The numbers don't bear this out at all. I'm happy to get into that 30 unarmed black people were killed by police officers in 2018, 2019 combined. Out of that, some of them tried to run over police officers their car, grabbing weapons, the police officers, and out of 335 million police interactions, you have 30 unarmed black people in just two years. All of a sudden you're like, is that really worth redesigning American society around that? That would be foolish and imprudent. We decided to do it anyway. $2 billion of damages and all of a sudden, every major corporation stemming from what's happening in college campus is we decided to all of a sudden embrace this that we're systemically racist. We're a white supremacist country, and if you dare disagree with us, we will character assassinate, you mock you ridicule you because you're a racist, sit down and shut up. And all of a sudden people started to read the literature, moms and dads are like wait a second, you're trying to tell my 8 year old that he's a racist just because of the color of your skin, like not so fast. Started to show up in school board meetings, loud and county, Virginia, big center, that. And so now where we are today in October 2021, actually critical race theory has a negative view by a majority Americans. Not overwhelming about 56% of Americans say, wait a second. This is a little bit too radical for me. You know, I can understand that if you want to have a conversation about some of these things, but all of a sudden saying that we need to have white privilege walks, and we have segregated graduation ceremonies. We didn't have segregation today to make up for segregated segregation yesterday by iber max Kennedy. That's too much
NBC News Edits Audio to Smear Parents Standing Against Critical Race Theory
"But our friends at news busters NBC ignores loudon rapes smears parents supposed to critical race theory and edits audio The corrupt meeting in America And by the way of the networks of the networks NBC is the worst For months now NBC has been assailing the concerned parents of south Lake Texas Because they've been standing up to the tide of critical race theory being crammed down the throats of their children And yesterday despite new details in the already outrageous loudon county high school rape story NBC nightly news continued their assault on the community that has had enough of liberal propaganda They even deceptively edited audio to make it seem as though the parents were in support of the Holocaust Continuing their smears suggesting the town was made up of rabid racists Looking to drive minorities out of their community anchor Lester fairness is overrated holt Try to the town for being the center of a firestorm over diversity and inclusion efforts Now secretly recorded comments he said from a top administrator about books on the Holocaust are sparking no outrage That's right NBC wanted to claim the town was now either made up of Holocaust deniers or Nazi sympathizers
The Daily Wire's Luke Rosiak Uncovers the Truth in Loudoun County Schools
"I really enjoy your work You're one of the guys out there who give journalists a good name Unfortunately a lot of others do in the opposite You broke in a lot of stories but the one you broke this week has gone nuclear It's beyond viral Give us the details I find it to be one of the most disturbing stories I've read in a long time There are allegations of a sexual assault a cover up CRT transgender stuff at school boards I mean this has everything Just give us kind of the down and dirty of what happened and what you uncovered Sure So it starts with a guy who's been kind of well-known to anyone who watches TV for the last couple of months He's the guy who was famously videoed and photographed being arrested at a school board meeting where transgender policy was being debated He's kind of an overweight guy who is being dragged by the police and his pants are kind of coming down He's got a bloody face It's become an iconic image of used by the media to show kind of this far right angry for no reason but probably because of bigotry showing up to harass public servants And so the national school board association said it is case when they were at that infamous letter calling for the Patriot Act to be invoked when people come to school board meetings And so the question that I had was like I was angry at a school board meaning why was he angry And the story that I found and took a long time to get to the bottom of but a couple of weeks ago I published on the daily wire Three weeks prior to that school board meeting this man's daughter is 15 year old daughter had been forcibly sodomized by Allegedly by a classmate who was wearing a skirt in the girls bathroom And Scott had been Scott Smith as a man's name the father of the victim He was at that meeting trying to get answers Trying to figure out what was going on with this is how to keep his kids safe
The Investigation Into Wisconsin's Election Is More Critical Than Ever
"Of the 25 grants CTCL provided to cities and counties in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia, that were a $1 million or larger, 23 of the 25 grants went to areas that Biden won in 2020. One of the two counties won by Trump, Brown county Wisconsin, received about 1.1 million that's less than 1.2% of the 87 and a half million that CTCL provided to those top 25 recipients. But even in Brown county Wisconsin, where heavily Democrat, Green Bay is located, the funding disparities are glaring, the Wisconsin legislature provided roughly $7 per voter to the city of Green Bay to manage the 2020 elections, rural counties in Wisconsin received approximately $4 per voter. The CTCL funds boosted Democrat voting Green Bay resources to $47 per voter while most rural areas still have the same $4 per voter. And similar funding disparities occurred near Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Flint, Michigan, Dallas, Houston, and other cities that received tens of millions of dollars of CTCL money. I think what's important William to remember here and to point out is what happened in the areas that did not get CTCL funding as I understand it from your study from your research, the numbers stayed pretty consistent, very consistent to what happened in 2016.
'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Describes Changes to Election Law
"Again, the book is called rigged, I want to make sure I keep on plugging it how the media big tech and Democrats seized our elections. And so I want to get into kind of the mail in ballot piece of this. You wrote this piece for newsweek. Recently, and I think it's actually an essay from your book if I'm not mistaken, right? I think so yeah. Yeah, you wrote here about how the change in the election laws themselves had a profound difference in actually the outcome. And so talk a little bit about this because here's one of my complaints about how people talk about the election, which you've done a phenomenal job of doing the opposite, which is, people get so focused on a certain thing like machines or routers. This is comprehensive that there was so many different elements of this that all kind of worked in harmony together. Please talk about the mail in ballot, aspect of this. Well, and I dove in in Wisconsin for mail in ballots because I find that state to be so fascinating. Wisconsin's constitution says that everyone has the right to vote. They also have the right not to vote and that mail in or absentee balloting, I think is how they put it is a privilege. So there are different standards by which they judge in person, election day voting and absentee mail in balloting. And first off, before COVID or anything else, Wisconsin has a problem where they're not keeping their list as clean as they should. So people move all the time like a huge percentage of the population is constantly moving. You might have had yourself like 18 different addresses and you register to vote at one, and then you move to the next, but you're still on the old list. And so states are supposed to clean up their lists with some regularity. And Wisconsin had a quarter of a million voter registrations that they were supposed to remove from their list, but they didn't, they actually lost a court battle about whether to do it or not, but they still didn't. And then into this mix is COVID and the clerks of the two most democratic counties in the state say, we have this special provision in Wisconsin where you can register to vote without showing an ID. So usually you have to show an ID, but if you say you're indefinitely confined, then you don't have to show an ID. So they tell people to do it because of COVID. And I think they get another quarter of a million people registering to vote without requiring them without a requirement for showing ID. Some of them may have shown ID, but they're not
The Nottingham Cheese Riot
"It was on this very day that merchants from the neighboring county of lincolnshire decided that they would buy up almost all of the cheese on sale and take it back home to sell to their people. the purchase was made. Money was exchanged and plans to ship it. All back to lincolnshire were well underway as the sun began to set on that fateful day and evening approached a mob of angry locals charmingly described by almost all of my sources simply rude lads surrounded the foreign cheese merchants. They demands with simple. This cheese needed to stay in nottingham. So the merchants could now decide to sell it back to them or have taken from them by force and have shared by everyone for the merchants. Were having none of this very defiant. Possibly over inflating their own sense of how good they were at fighting off an angry mob. Their refusal was met with shots of outrage. Men rushed at the merchants knocking them over and attacking. their transports. costs were flipped and great wheels of cheese when rolling all across the square the two factions now fully at one. Another trading blows and dodging hazardous cheeses as they rolled by underfoot
Caller Says Virginia Needs to Act on Chapter 7 of 'American Marxism'
"Book especially chapter 7 Thank you because that's what we need to do in Virginia right now with the school boards all around the state Terry macaw is an ideologue fool I call him an idiological idiot fool because he can't even define critical race theory Oh no they're not teaching in schools Yet the teachers are bragging about it And look what's going on in loudon county Look what's going on in fairfax county That's going to be sweeping all across this state if we don't put a stop to it And by the way when some Sears what a candidate that was fantastic that you had her on Everybody needs to support her I think for sure she's going to be our next lieutenant governor but we can't let carry get another term as governor in this state He will destroy the state He will destroy the state He's lousy as they get
Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't
"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.
Loudon County School Board Releases Lackluster, Lying Statement
"The loudoun county school board put out a statement today And among other things in the statement the loudoun county Virginia school board in reaction to the rape that took place the 9th grader In the failure of the school board to do a damn thing about it in any significant way The loudoun county school board and the superintendent said well this isn't the sort of thing that would rise to the attention of the board of directors of the school board the school board members Disciplinary action Now this is a line it's a cover up and I'm going to tell you why Many decades ago as you know I was on my My town school board in cheltenham township Pennsylvania Started serving on that board when I was 20 years old If in fact there was information about a violent act in any of our schools it would have been brought to the attention of the schoolboy If there was information about a rape I can guarantee you it would have been brought to the attention of the school board Disciplinary action like you know some kid shoots a rubber band across the room and there's suspended for a day No that wouldn't be brought to the school board But a felony One student against another A violent rape In one of the high school bathrooms Yes that would have been brought to the attention of board members
Loudoun County Father Arrested at School Board Meeting After Daughter Allegedly Raped in School Bathroom
"For years, we have been warning about how the trans lobby is going to be endangering young women because they're going to allow young men that have mental problems who think they are women. Allowed into locker rooms. And we have been pushing back against this. Rather, I don't want to say unsuccessfully. There's been some wins and some losses, but the ACLU and all these major organizations, they are pathologically focused on trying to destroy regular gender norms and reinforce gender dysphoria. Now gender dysphoria used to be something that was talked about and was accepted as a real thing, and now we have decided to reorganize society completely and to play into a very serious mental condition that people should get treatment for. They should get counseling for. And so, in loudon county, you might remember this father that went to the school Scott Smith, who was arrested for disorderly conduct for trying to speak out at the school board meeting and then the national school board association calls him a domestic terrorist now why was he there? I want every father listening to this to know this story. Well, he was there because on May 28th, a boy who pretends to be a girl allegedly wearing a skirt, entered a girl's bathroom nearby stone bridge high school and sexually assaulted his 9 9th grade daughter. This is according to daily wire and Washington examiner. The family's attorney said, quote, a boy was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy. And one count and this is very graphic. So if you want to just talk about poppies and rainbows, go find another network. One count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio, related to an incident that day at the school. The sheriff's office confirmed, via a public records request that this was a real charge, mapping, matching the date and location of smith's rape. His 9th grade daughter gets raped in a bathroom by a man wearing a skirt, who thinks he's a woman. Spare me the we need more Caitlyn jenners in the Republican
Arizona on Trial With Attorney General Mark Brnovich
"And so one thing I respect about you, you're a real person, which I respect a lot because everyone in this business seems to not be, but you're also not like letitia James where you're trying to abuse power? And so I know you have to be careful the way you talk about these things. I just want to say that for our audience. But I want to ask about it because it is a big issue so you sent these two letters out regarding the voter registration list maintenance and the notice of submission to review findings and a request for written response to the Maricopa board. Tell us about these two letters as like we still try to kind of figure out what happened, post 2020. I respect the fact that you mentioned that you're limited. In New York and I always say to folks that, look, I'm not like the clowns in New York. I'm not going to reach a conclusion and then try to find facts or conjecture to support it, which is total of you. Because because at the end of the day, and this goes back to what we were just talking about. When you're the government, when you're a prosecutor, literally there's statutes and ethics that you have to abide by. And unfortunately, sometimes the courts and, you know, they take a different view and you have liberal or democratic EG's or prosecutors doing something versus when we do it. And we can maybe talk about that in a second, but I do want to say so that any prosecutor worth their salt knows not only because the ethical legal limits, you have to be careful what you say because if you say too much in the front end, then either a judge or even a defense attorney in front of the jury's going to say, aha, he did this or she did this and they did this case or charges case this way because they had said this or their bias or their prejudiced or somehow you get in a position where someone's going to try to have you recused or say that there's a conflict. So you have to be really, really careful what you say. So let me just say from the very beginning, our office supported the right to set the Senate to the audit. We literally filed paperwork we filed formal documents in court saying they had the right to do the audit. And the court agreed with us. And when the county was not turning over information, you may recall that we literally sent the county formal notification that if they did not turn over all the documents requested by the Senate, they would lose $700 million of state funding. So what the Senate is doing with how they did the audit what they're doing with the audit. What they did with their settlement county, that's their business. Because I believe once again, separation of powers and there's only certain things, you know, the attorney general prosecutor
Wyoming Teen Handcuffed, Arrested at School After Resisting Mask Mandate
"What if I told you that in Wyoming? A 16 year old got in a controversy for refusing to comply with the local mass mandate in Wyoming. She was then suspended, fined and arrested. In Albany, county, Wyoming. What are we doing to ourselves in this country? We're arresting 16 year olds? Because they don't wear the mask that you want them to wear? Well, this is in Laramie. This is right near Laramie. Wyoming, right near the university of Wyoming. Very liberal part of Wyoming I might add, almost as liberalized tea time county, which is northwestern, Wyoming. I love Wyoming. Wyoming is one of my favorite states in the country. I want to play this tape here, though. 16 year old refusing to comply with the local mask mandate, suspended, find and arrested, play cut 31. I'm gonna go right to citation for you. I'm gonna let you know what's going on at this point. This entire building now is in lockdown. So you've now restricted the movement of over a thousand students who are not allowed to leave or classroom because you're trying to get back into the classroom. This correlation November 16th at 9 o'clock. And so record. Any questions on that? Thank you. Hi. So you're still refusing to leave? Yes, sir. Do you even have to receiving your citation? Yes, sir. All right, then at this point, I'm gonna place him to calculate for Trump's house. Okay. Straight a student, handcuffed and led to jail by police. For not wearing a mask. Grace Smith, 16 years old. Now has a court date in November. Because she would not wear a mask. In Wyoming, everybody.
Mark Zuckerberg Spent $400 Million to 'Improve' Election Infrastructure
"There folks I'm talking to Mark. Hemingway, AKA Molly Hemingway. Mark, you mentioned Zuckerberg. He spent 400 million dollars to do something. The question is, was that wrong? Was that illegal? Can we blame him? What went So, in this case, Mark Zuckerberg spent in excess of $400 million on what was supposed to be improving the election infrastructure in America. Ostensibly, these were largely COVID grants like they were supposed to be going to the pay for PPE for election workers and things like that. In reality, he funded this money went through liberal groups where there were strings attached. And all of a sudden these liberal groups, this wasn't just like outside spending or liver groups were going in to try and have an impact on election. These people were embedded in election offices with public officials that were supposed to be bipartisan or non partisan. And as a result, you know, Zuckerberg's own people, essentially, we're doing everything from designing ballots to having access to state voter data is this illegal. No, and that's the crazy thing about it. This is like so insane that anyone would have tolerated this that no one ever even thought to pass any laws against it. You know, right now there's a bill in Congress, for instance, where they want to stop the private funding of deploying of National Guard troops at the border, which is something a bunch of rich people in Texas did recently. And I think there are, I agree with that. I think there are certain functions that are so important that should not be funded privately because of the risk of tainting them. And this is a classic example of that when but Democrats and by the way, this money was by Mark Zuckerberg was deployed in such a way that was extremely partisan, for instance, you know, Trump counties in Pennsylvania received 59 cents in Zuckerberg money per voter, whereas, you know, Biden counties averaged 2.85 per voter in terms of the money they got from
Mark Levin Calls for Resignation of Loudoun County School Board Members and Other Officials
"Com I want to join the parents of loudon county And demand the resignation of the school board And the resignation of the principal at stonebridge high school in the resignation of the superintendent Now how could they not have known what took place in that unisex bathroom When Scott smith's daughter was raped a 9th grader By a quote unquote transgender boy Who went into that bathroom wearing a skirt That's number one Number two I believe the sheriff's office should be apologizing to Scott Smith For the way in my view that he was manhandled That's right I said it Number three the prosecutor in this case a soro stooge Her resignation should be demanded as well She threw the book at mister Smith He didn't hurt his soul He dared to insist that he not be removed from the board meeting An illegal assembly on his part apparently They tried to make a mockery this man The national school board association used him To try to advance their Tyrannical agenda
American Marxists Don't Want to Entertain Any Idea Other Than Their Own
"I'd love to know the name of the judge in loudoun county whose sentenced Scott Smith who I'd love to know his name Get some very basic inquiry on behalf of that judge that judge would have figured out what took place That it wasn't mister Smith who was the perpetrator It was the system It was the school board and the principal It was the superintendent There was the sheriffs on duty there It was the it was the leftist woman Who accused mister smith's daughter of having mental issues When he dared to tell her what happened to his daughter You see the American Marxist is intolerant ladies and gentlemen and they're the ones who are violent And they do not tolerate debate and they do not tolerate discussion those of you who've read the book know exactly what I'm talking about They don't entertain different ideas They don't entertain Anything except what it is that they want to do
How the NSBA and FBI Are Exploiting Scott Smith's Arrest
"I want to tell you a little bit about this gentleman I mean they almost took a shirt off while other apprehending him they arrested him I'm sad to say And I think in the Washington examiner Beckett Adams did a very good job of summing it up He wrote Scott Smith was arrested on June 22 At a school board meeting loudon county Virginia there was deemed an unlawful assembly After attendees voiced opposition to a proposed policy expanding special protections to transgender students Smith was dragged from the event in handcuffs his pants falling down his lip bleeding He was charged later with heartily conduct and resisting arrest Smith's arrest soon became a national story The small business owner became an avatar and avatar of anti school board protests representing the unruly and ignorant anti mask anti critical race theory in anti transgender parents and their crusade against the progressive Put upon school officials But few knew until now is that Smith attended the June 22 hearing to confront school board member over his daughter's alleged rape In a school bathroom by a gender fluid boy As I understand it this took place in a high school stone ridge high school Which is where my kids went to high school The details apparently don't matter to the national school board association In a letter to The White House this month that actually highlighted smith's arrest is an example why federal law enforcement agencies need to investigate and prosecute parents who oppose mask mandates and the teaching of critical race theory
Gov. Greg Abbott Bars Vaccine Mandates in Texas
"The White House is blasting to GOP governors over their moves to ban coronavirus vaccine mandates on Monday Texas governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order banning any entities from enforcing a vaccine mandate he's urging lawmakers to pass a ban into law like Florida did last month governor Rhonda Santos's government has now issued its first fine to a county for violating the law this is become a political issue White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki agrees putting politics ahead of public health saying both de Santis and Abbott have an obligation to help save their people's lives and their opposition to vaccine mandates does the opposite Sager mag ani
Coroner says Gabby Petito died by strangulation
"The Wyoming coroner has released limited details on Gabby potatoes cause of death death by strangulation and our office homicide Dr Brent blue in Jackson Wyoming is the coroner for Teton county or water was outside in the wilderness for three to four weeks van life blogger get beat the Tito had been on a cross country trip with her boyfriend Brian laundry she was reported missing by her parents on September eleventh her body was found September nineteenth near an undeveloped camping area along the border of Grand Teton National Park investigators are searching for laundry in Florida and he's been charged with the unauthorized use of a debit card during the period in which batida went missing Lou said little about potatoes physical condition including how she was strangled who committed the homicide is up to walk along for support I'm
"new county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"We need to provide support. Chief shots, but we also need to provide a sense of urgency. But the public deserves governor saying cynical colleagues at the top of the list when it comes to vaccination rates in California, Other large sites are opening in L. A in the Bay Area, Sacramento in the Central Valley. Jack Warner cooked. New County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher was with the governor and we'll talk to him in just a few minutes at 7 10 this morning Pressure is building to get students back in the classroom. Now a number of parents in the North County organizing TOC if they could make that happen. Christine Silk Ox has two kids that Lacosta Canyon High School and tells her reporting partner 10 News. The purpose of the Parent Association of North County is to bring attention to the well being of students tethered to their computer. Hours at a time during the day zombies in front of a computer. The group is arguing the focus currently is only on the needs of teachers in California Teacher Association argues that there's too much uncertainty without getting vaccinated. First. There's variants out there, you know that are much more transmissible. You know people are talking about, you know, masking and things like indoors is so much more dangerous now than it was just a couple of months ago. That's teacher and Cerny. The teachers union has filed a lawsuit to stop in Person learning Zachary Barnes KOGO news. Struggling small businesses in the county could be getting some more help. The Board of Supervisors will vote today on whether to approve $30 million in grant money for businesses which are dependent on the county receiving federal or state stimulus money. There had been an application that was available and all ran out of money. So we're getting this organized so that probably by early March will be funding available and will have everything up and running in an application port. By then supervisor Terra Lawson..
"new county" Discussed on WTOP
"Short to be made known about it, maybe be known immediately. The president is also expanding mandatory mask orders for those traveling on planes, Busses and trains. He also plans to increase use of the Defense Production Act. He calls this a national emergency. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. Well, an example of how difficult it is to get this vaccination program underway. A number of Montgomery County seniors are confused after they showed up for an appointment for a vaccination today, only to be turned away. A Bethesda man says he's frustrated with the lack of communication. But the county says it's not yet vaccinating people 75 older and he shouldn't have been able to get an appointment to start with. Let's untangle all this with double d T. O P S Megan Clark 78 year old art Stoops. Says he expected to wait longer before he got the chance for a vaccination appointment. Just so happened that our neighbor called genius said Hey, there is this new opening here and Montgomery County. Here's the website link. But when he and his wife arrived for their appointment, Quince Orchard High School, they learned the site was only for vaccinating health care workers. I still certainly want the first responders and medical workers to to get it first. That's not the problem. Problem is the miscommunication. Montgomery County Health director Dr Travis Gail says Stoops was one of many who received a shared link meant only for health care workers to make vaccination appointments. They received a link from other sources that were not from the county site, and it would allow individuals access to the system when it was not their time. Meghan Cloherty w T o P New County hopes to start vaccinating the 75 older age group next week. Coming up next in money news. The markets are working on records again, a record for Maryland's oldest bank. I'm Jeff Global. It's 3 23. I like event that's really firm. I need something a little softer.
"new county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"They understand the stakes here at hand and they will understand that a balancing act needs to be exercised. So I am confident and they also understand well that gun rights That hasn't been discussed in this campaign, as they should have are going to be very crucial, moving forward and de funding the police again. All that cuts across party And racial lines and gender lines. People are fearful of the consequences of criminals on downtown Atlanta has become a massive, you know, with the mayor pleading for help on ideas. I had a police their own town. What kind of incompetence is that? They're opening up the Atlantis in jail. Is that had brought up You found that out on And then of course, you know well that Joe Biden and Baidoa Rourke want to take away. The A R 15 in the AK 40 seven's of law abiding citizens. And guess what they're gonna do here Use this is ground zero, so Of Georgians respect their gun rights, They better fight for them. Just got a picture from WSB television. The USB is our partner down there on radio, and they have massive lines. And I'm looking at an overhead shot A chopper shot right now. Big GOP Lines and Cherokee County. How would you interpret that At this hour? Matt and Robert Robert first Cherokee County was one. I did a number where we wrote down what percentages they had met and they were down 14% on early voting, which may give them plenty of room. As a strong truck county. So a big turnout in Cherokee County is very good news for Republicans. If it was one of the top five counties of that for Trump, and they had a lot of room to grow between those who voted early and what was left so Big lines are good news and Cherokee County. No Quiet. Take Matt Towery. Well, Sean to put it in perspective for people who know anything about Georgia back or prior years, Cobb County was the center for the Republican Party in Georgia. Now Cherokee County in Metro Atlanta has sort of taken its position is being predominantly Republican County and growing in population. This was one of the key counties is Robert mentioned that the Republicans need to make up ground by having same day voting on Election Day turn out in droves. It sounds like that's happening. Other counties like Callie to County House New County, which is down in Middle Georgia, Cal We just over to the southwest of Atlanta. Those areas also need to turn out big. I want to add one of the things, Shawn. I think the Christian of evangelical movement is playing a role today. If there's going to be a turnout that's needed for the Republicans to win. You'll see it coming from the organized Christian movement. I heard that the churches were really organized and working hard to get their boat out. And if there's a difference to be made, they may well be the ones who make that difference. Yeah. I mean, it's just incredible times we're living in here. Um, well, we're now at the one hour and 41 minute. Mark, left toe. Get in line at your polling center where you're registered. Um, T o vote, but I want to thank you all for your insight, Craig Sheshiah, and thank you, Robert. Thank you, Matt Towery. Thank you. We'll have more coverage. Obviously on Hannity tonight we'll get some preview. Maybe we'll know by then, approximately how many people voted, But honestly, we're at a point where it's an hour and 40 minutes when the polls remain open today, it's today's in person run off day voting in Georgia. And I think I can safely and accurately say that the turnout and Republican areas from now until 7 p.m.. Probably will make the difference in whether or not Kelly Leffler and David Perdue can win this race. I mean, that's how close things are, according to every single poll. I've seen every single person I've talked to that knows the great state of Georgia. I mean it Z breathtaking You know that This is how close these battles are now. All right. 809 41 Shamal The wide open phones Final half hour two on the program today, Hannity nine Eastern Tonight will be following election coverage will give you a preview. Of everything we expect to be happening in Washington, D. C tomorrow full coverage on this program on the ground. We have people all over the place in our nation's capital will be checking in with them as This January. 6 the House the Senate challenge the and are demanding at a 10 Day 11 electoral view of the electoral college votes and legitimacy. Um, we'll see where that goes tomorrow. We'll be watching the march on Washington tomorrow..
"new county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Egg. Try one yourself. This am breed with any breakfast purchase offer in the APP always be bacon ating. I meant bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter and W ivy see traffic. Randy Alice Wish TV meteorologist. What's going on? Yeah. Hey there, Tony. There's gonna be a cloudy day and a cold A little breezy this morning. You're kind of messed up my air walking in the work here. That's Hanaway, but high temperature right around 36 For tonight cloudy skies It'll be colder, low temperature 20 to weaken that bad tomorrow becoming partly sunny and cold Day the high 34 some sunshine. Back up to 35 degrees on Sunday, and I think Tony will keep it dry. We may crack 40 degrees here by Tuesday Wednesday of next week, but Thursday call from comes down. And that may bring us a pattern change to some colder winter weather late next week into the following weekend, that right there Is Randy Alice. Of which TV Randy as always, You're a treat and a pleasure. And thank you. Thank you very much. 30 degrees in the American Standard Heating weather Center at the time right now is 76 this'll hour on 93. WNBC is powered by family heating and air conditioning. Your American standard air dealer. Mm e only hope law enforcement is all over it in the report of gunfire at the Democratic headquarters in typical new county, Tony Katz, 93 WNBC. Good morning. It's good to be with you. Six shots fired into the front of the typical, typical new county Democratic headquarters. This happens early Thursday evening Known was inside the building at the time..
"new county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This was one of the key counties is Robert mentioned that the Republicans need to make up ground by having same day voting on Election Day turn out in droves. It sounds like that's happening. Other counties like Callie to County House New County, which is down in Middle Georgia, Cal We just over to the southwest of Atlanta. Those areas also need to turn out big. I want to add one of the things, Shawn. I think the Christian of evangelical movement is playing a role today. If there's going to be a turnout that's needed for the Republicans to win. You'll see it coming from the organized Christian movement. I heard that the churches were really organized. Working hard to get their boat out. And if there's a difference to be made, they may well be the ones who make that difference. Yeah, I mean, it's just incredible times we're living in here. Um, well, we're now at the one hour and 41 minute. Mark, left toe. Get in line at your polling center where you're registered. Um, T o vote, but I want to thank you all for your insight, Craig Shashi and thank you, Robert. Thank you, Matt Towery. Thank you. We'll have more coverage. Obviously on Hannity tonight, we'll get some preview. Maybe we'll know by then, approximately how many people voted, But honestly, we're at a point where it's an hour and 40 minutes when the polls remain open today, it's today's in person run off. They voting in Georgia. And I think I can safely and accurately say that the turnout and Republican areas from now until 7 p.m.. Probably will make the difference in whether or not Kelly Leffler and David Perdue can win this race. I mean, that's how close things are, according to every single poll. I've seen every single person I've talked to that knows the great state of Georgia. I mean it Z breathtaking You know that This is how close these battles are now. All right. 809 41 Shamal The wide open phones Final half hour two on the program today, Hannity nine Eastern Tonight will be following election coverage will give you a preview. Of everything we expect to be happening in Washington, D. C Tomorrow full coverage on this program on the ground. We have people all over the place in our nation's capital will be checking in with them as this January 6 the House the Senate challenge the and are demanding at a 10 Day 11 electoral view of the electoral college votes and legitimacy. Um, we'll see where that goes tomorrow. We'll be watching the march on Washington tomorrow. All happening right here on this show. You've heard me talk about falling.
"new county" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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This is that Martin and forget written one y stuff. I can't even What are you saying? I can't even speak. I was gonna say tongue to get Luis on the morning ritual. Okay. Garrett is off. Ostensibly on a bender. That's what he said he was going to do for two weeks. His wife gonna let him sit around the house and just Pie eyed every day, Probably Don't know anybody's wife. Lets lets her husband sit around. Get pie eyed. I think you work so she can't stop him. Oh, that's about that. So she's gone. He's home alone. What are you supposed to do? Would come over when we get off. We got a girl when he got mad Punch bowl like some Christmas punch today, But you know with the new county Health Department, the requirements were not allowed in the house. You know, we're not be allowed. He's supposed to only stay in the house with family members, and he needs to stay 6 ft, apart from all family members because he's required The county mask mandate to wear the mask. Don't you think the betting odds are that Garrett is going to comply with that? I'm gonna comply with that. Have no Hey, did you see what went on in California? The consortium of powerful unions. Consortium of unions. Representing teachers, nurses. Healthcare workers, grocery store workers Hotel employees. They are lobbying the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. To enact stay at home orders that are strict enough. To truly suppress the virus. I want all non essential businesses and activities in the county to be closed. For the first four weeks of January. Uh, all right women. What was how many weeks are there in January? I believe there's only 44 weeks. This is what this is. This is what's coming out of the The news suppression organizations, known as formerly known as the Mainstream media, anyway, not essential businesses are essentially defined as businesses that are not unionized. Are you kidding? If you think about it The supermarket's a unionized, they'll be allowed to stay open. Most of small businesses would have to be shut down Those air usually not unionized. The big box change of They'll be allowed to stay open their their unionized. Um They're basically this could wipe out the non unionized small businesses. And, uh, Way to re ruin the economy. Right, Taking it back Senate moving forward or taking the best you know, over nothing. 80 million people supposedly voted for for these people who like to ruin the economy. I mean all the shutdowns, the massive shutdowns. You know, And in hindsight, maybe Trump shouldn't shut it all down for three weeks. Was two weeks in the end of the week. Then after that, he gave these governors ideas and they just kept shutting stuff down, Shutting stuff down. Fauci came coming out and Burkes came coming out. And, you know, Trump kind of went along with it. He wasn't gonna argue that he left it to the governor's. But the governor's went bananas on this stuff. Everybody cried. Listen to the experts. So he did. What experts these people now in high like these people are playing out to be hang saints, I'd say. At the moment. He listened to this to his experts. Fauci, the other one. Whatever Her name is. Even close you down for two weeks, Right? Burkes who got in trouble? One of her family members blew her in for basically having a big family. Thanksgiving things multigenerational. You know the stuff the stuff they're telling you not to do. Yeah. Don't do as I do. Either way it was toe flatten the curve. Well, the curves done Flatten. I'd like that flattened somebody's head. Forget the curve. If I ever hear that. Sorry. Here here that phrase again flattened the curve. Flatten the curve could have flattened the curve in your far ahead like I need flat. Is this forward? Well, put your shirt back on care Needs to be flat heavens is is not television idea that need to see the Ryan belly. That's a hell of a curve, though, innit? Garret, If you're listening, I'm not coming back. If he's going to keep showing his belly like that, anyway, I got to take a break. 7 25 here in the morning Ritual. Knsd am 7 90. We are two sons. Most stimulating. Talk the morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. You know what makes people happy? Let's face it right A great gift. Great gift makes people happy. Especially one they're not expecting like that's like the ultimate right. So when your wife is like, Oh, I ain't just wanting you to be like, you know, close to me A and you know, we could just, you know, we could get back together a couple date. 19 Bs don't fall for it. It's a trap. Go get jewelry. Come on, Garrett Jewelers explain whether or not listen Roberts jewelers right here in Tucson Roberts, calling it a career.
"new county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"A bill. My My mother in law has cancer is taking a turn for the worst and looking like she's not gonna be around much longer. My question is my wife is a nurse, and she's already following the FMLA paperwork to stay home and take care of her. I'm wondering, though, with her credentials as a nurse, and she able Tomo get paid to be the one to be taken care of her. If she's that they stayed best side with her. Well, no, not and not as a nurse. She's not Not any program that I know of. There are programs within the state where she can apply to be a care giver. But I don't think for medical purposes, so the answer. The quick answer is no. I don't believe so s a good idea. But I don't think it works that way, because usually nursing care is done through the state or private insurance companies. If you have that kind of a policy And no, we can't ge. My sister in law is a nurse. Can you have her big paid? Not without her going through the credential E and being part of the program. I mean, the credentialing probably would be a problem if you're on our end, But still, I think it would take, uh, would take too long. Frank. Hello, Frank. You there, Frank. Yeah. Oh, yes. They got a question for you about 3.5 years ago. I woke up in the morning. And my my hand was completely lame. And I've never been to the dark before. So I was advised by my wife to go to the emergency, So I went to the emergency. And they charged me $202,000. Tell me in a half an hour. With help from a X ray, that I had a tense nerve. Anyway. Uh, Three months later, I found out it wasn't pinched nerve. It was a corroded artery, so I had major surgery on my neck, and they Check that all the plaque out of my karate and I'm fine Now, 3.5 years later, I get a bill from the hospital. Or the balance owed which is like 1100 bucks. When they already got paid 800 out of the 2000 that they wanted to charge me for the, uh and I wrote him a letter saying, you know Uh, This isn't right. It was a There's a mis diagnosed right situation. Okay. So far so good. So what do you suggest? I'm going to suggest you sit back and you call him up. Say I'm not paying because this bill is coming out of a result of malpractice. And that's what you did straight out malpractice and the people that are sending you. The bill don't have much authority there clerks or billing clerks that work for the hospital late, and usually, the ER rooms are not even part of the hospital. It's a separate organization. It's they're usually contract it out with a separate group of doctors. So you I would just go up the food chain is say ain't gonna happen on if they turn around and ding your credit or sue you in small claims, which we're not going to do You simply say this is malpractice. Or you actually suing to collect money because you, Mel practiced And they're and they're just lucky that you didn't pop off of a stroke or a heart attack because of the blockage. Yeah, That's where I stayed in a letter I could because I can just sit back. Uh, just sit back and say you're not gonna pay. You know when they send you the second letter, Ugo. No, thank you. Just you're lucky. I'm not suing you for malpractice, Marie. Hungry Europe Welcome to handle on the law. Morita. Bill. Thank you Might call. Um, I live in the county of Riverside and I live in a rural area called Anzio. Wanda. And I don't know if you heard about the seven murders we had about a month ago. No, Not only did I not hear about the seven murders I never heard of Ansel Longa. Although that's a great that's a great name for a town. I've got to give you that. Yes, it is. Um about five years ago we were in you dated with illegal cannabis growers. And county is passed Ordinance after ordinance trying to do code enforcement. The law has busted a few But we haven't seen what's been getting worse. And we've have murders now, and we're thinking as a community. Can we suit Riverside County? With a class action for lack of enforcement. No No, You really can't. That's their call. And that Zatz, a municipal that's a county and through their policing actions. The police always have the the ability go. I'm not enforcing it. You know, for example, Let's say you're speeding down the freeway. You're going 75 80 Miles an hour and there's four of you speeding and the cops decided gonna tag you. Well, how about the other three? Why haven't you picked them up? Because we chose you. That's why or G somebody was going faster than I was. Why didn't you go after him? Because we chose you. They have the ability to do selective enforcement unless there is discrimination based on race or create. Hey, I'm the black guy or the black woman and you let the white person go. That's a different issue. Now you're talking about a civil rights issue. But when it comes to just now, you know we have the laws and we busted a few people. But we're not interested in busting other people know you run for office is what Ugo On even then, you elect a new sheriff in town. But the quick answer go. You know, your sheriff is what Our sheriff Chad Bianco. Since he was elected has been very proactive on this. It's our county because he goes after the large growth are counting. Okay. Hold on. He can arrest And then turns it over to the D A. So it's the district attorney's office that is failing to enforce is that correct? No, it's code enforcement. There's two different we have the sheriff. All right, so the canal right, so it's all right. Got it. So the court s so that is the city or the county? If it's an unincorporated area, and you Yeah, I mean they have. Unfortunately, they have not so much the right the ability to be lax in their enforcement. It's an all you can do is get new County supervisors in there. There wasn't much you could do. You could try to have a lawsuit. But it's not gonna go anyplace. It's simply died because there's too much of an argument G. We have other things to do. We have. Our money has to be spent on this program. And we don't find this part that that troubling now the court will say we don't agree with you. We think you're stupid. We think there is a major issue, However, that's not our call. And unless you're violating the law that's to the county. There's not. There's nothing we're gonna do about.
"new county" Discussed on WTOP
"Expansive nationwide survey finds that it was a wide coalition that power Joe Biden to victory in the presidential election. AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports It's a coalition of voters driven to the polls by fierce opposition to president Trump and anxiety over the surging Corona virus pandemic that sending the former vice president to the White House AP Vote cast surveyed more than 110,000 voters nationwide and found Biden handily won voters looking for a leader who could Unify the country and those pushing for racial justice. Moore saw Biden is empathetic and honest and willing to stand up to extremism. Compared with the Republican incumbent. Biden's coalition included college graduates, women, urban and suburban voters, young people and black Americans. Ben Thomas Washington. Some Montgomery County workers apparently improperly received extra Covad pay. The county approved an extra $10 an hour for workers who put themselves in harm's way because I still had to interact with the public. But now a new county inspector general's report finds that some workers in the office of permitting Services claimed the hazard pay even when they were working at home. The report does not detail the amount of money and properly paid out. The report calls for the money to be paid back and county procedures improved to guard against this in the future. It also says the problem may exist another county departments as of September 26. The county has paid out more than $49 million in covert pay across all departments. Kyle Cooper w T O P News. It's 12 074 movers. Diamond Importers..
"new county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A class action for lack of enforcement. No No, You really can't. That's their call. And that's Ah, That's a municipal that's a county and through their policing actions the police always have. Ah, the the ability go. I'm not enforcing it. You know, for example, let's say you're speeding down the freeway. You're going 75 80 Miles an hour and there's four of you speeding and the cops decided gonna tag you. Well, how about the other three? Why haven't you picked him up? Because we chose you. That's why or G somebody was going faster than I was. Why didn't you go after him? Because we chose you. They have the ability to do selective enforcement unless there is discrimination based on race or create. Hey, I'm the black guy or the black woman and you let the white person go. That's a different issue. Now you're talking about a civil rights issue. But when it comes to just, you know, we have laws and we busted a few people. But we're not interested in busting other people know you run for office is what you do on even then. Ah, you elect a new sheriff in town. But the quick answer. You know your share of his wife. Our sheriff Chad Bianco. Since he was elected has been very proactive on this. It's our county because he goes after the large growth are can't say so. It's okay. Hold on. He can arrest And then turns it over to the D A. So it's the district attorney's office that is failing to enforce is that correct? No, it's code enforcement. There's two different We have the sheriff. All right, so they're all right. So it's all right. Got it. So the court that so that is the city or the county? If it's an unincorporated area, and you know, I mean, they have. Unfortunately, they have not so much the right the ability to Teo be lax in their enforcement. It's an all you can do is get new County supervisors in there. There isn't much you can do. You can try to have a lawsuit. But it's not going to go anyplace. It's simply because there's too much of an argument G. We have other things to do. We have. Our money has to be spent on on this program, and we don't find this part that that troubling now the court will say We don't agree with you. We think you're stupid. We think there is a major issue. However, that's not our call. Unless you're violating the law That's to the county. There's not. There's nothing we're going to do about it. So you're screwed. That's it. Thank you very much. This is handle on the law and let's check.
"new county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"2039% contained last week. Making progress 48% containment But you're seeing the acres were getting under control. And that fire speaking of other fires have generated a lot of energy and anxiety on concern the L A County bobcat fire last week we made some real progress. 62% containment, Little 100,000 Acres Mohr containment. Now this week, almost 88%. In fact, 88% exact containment on that fire, and you could see the total number of acreage burned, holding very, very study. Eso again favorable wind conditions, favorable weather conditions broadly taking shape over the state, A number of other complexes that we've been highlighting over the course of last number of months that we did not include In these slides because we've made substantial progress, and that is encouraging. And so what has been historic since you recall August 15th 72 extraordinary hours over 11,000 lightning strikes in that unprecedented short period of time, put enormous pressure on this state. We're finally getting our arms around it. Real progress being made but still 23 stubborn fires that were working aggressively to contain again hats off to the men and women in uniform, Cal fire to get all the mutual aid all across this country for their outstanding work. Speaking of work, We continue to have a lot of work to do on Kobe 19 transmission on rates of this pandemic and disease. As you can see, we have made progress here in the state of California was stable case rates are highlight those in just a moment, but you're starting to see an increase. In Copan 19 cases all across the country. In fact, Azul this morning 21 states have seen an increase in transmission rates Cove in 19. We're seeing this, by the way, not just across the country. You're seeing this increasingly around the world. Take a look at the headlines in France at a Paris today. What's happening in the United Kingdom? What's been happening in Israel? What Germany Is projecting and concerned about. This is the second wave that many had predicted based upon our closest approximate frame, and that's what occurred in 1918 and 1919 and That was, I think very well, instructive Example of what can happen if we let our guard down here across not only United States but around the rest of the world. The prospect of a second wave potentially being as impact form or impactful certainly was the case the Spanish flu 1918 into the fall, and that's why we have to be very vigilant. And that's why we have to be very sober about what is going on. And I remind you, you could see this here on the slide. It takes about 20 to 30 days to see upticks and hospitalizations. And in the I C U use, you'll see that the numbers continue turned down in the state. But if we start seeing an increased number of cases invariably you'll start seeing an increase in the hospitalization. The pressure In our icy use This slide, by the way, be very helpful in case trend slide over the last two weeks all across the United States can be deceiving, and the grain shows a California's fared fairly well. Over the last 14 days compared to other states relates the transmission of Cove in 19. You could see in those orange areas where you start to see an uptake, stabilization or increase in rates of cases and positivity across The country and so again, let us maintain our vigilance. Let us not take down our guard. Let us continue to take very seriously this pandemic this disease. Where the case numbers update from yesterday. 3055 comes very close to the 3074 7 Day average, by the way, 70 average of cases in the state is slightly better than what this slide represents. Remember the total test first positivity rate I's over. 0.8% positivity right over 14 Day that case right over seven day period, slightly better. 2.6% are average number of daily tests are starting to increase this weekend. We had 160,000 tests 140,000 tests 130,000 tests the last three days, so we're starting to see a growth in the total number of daily tasks. The average test getting back up Can impacted substantially by the wildfires over the course of the last six or so weeks. So more tests positivity rate that's holding study. At 2.6% over seven days here reflected on this slide 2.8% over 14 Day period. The hospitalization numbers as you can see, continue to turn down 13% decrease over the last 14 days. That decreases beginning to plateau a little bit the rate of decrease Is slowing. Not only on hospitalizations, the rate of decrease is slowing as it relates to I C U emissions here in the state, represented by 15% decrease in emissions declined over the last two weeks. Your call on previous slides going back the last number of weeks we've seen decreases 14 day, trailing decreases of closer to 20%. So again, beginning to see a plateau ing A reduction in the rate of decrease in total number of cases and again, we're seeing increases in at least 21 states. Across this country, just a sober, sober reminder of the work that we have in front of us. Speaking of work to do we want to get as many people rather counties as it relates to our county tiered status represented. Here in this slide off that purple bar and get into ultimately out of yellow. We'll update these tears. We hope by the end of the calendar year. Uh, Senator a process. We were using this tiered status. Get us through the next number of weeks, and we continue to see Maur. More progress with purple counties becoming red counties red to orange orange to yellow Tomorrow, Dr Galley will update you as he does every Tuesday with the status list. There'll be a number of new county's moving into yellow. Ah number New County's moving into red and orange again Progress in the townie County tiered status continues. I know it's stubborn for some, and I know some counties want to see it move more quickly on DH. We do as well. But that's determined not by whims. It's determined by data. It's determined by information that's garnered on the basis of case rates and positivity rates in the framework we put out now a number of months ago. On again. We're making progress, but we're doing a slow study and methodical way as we move Tier two tier speaking of methodical Uh, but not slow. We have just released or rather, we have just sent out to every act of registered voters in the state of California active Registered voter in the state of California ballots. They've dropped. The mail on voting starts today on I want remind people importance, imperative of voting courage people to do so. Early to the extent possible. This unprecedented number of mail in ballots will require an unprecedented effort to safely on responsibly. Make sure every single vote is counted. Ah, remind you, you khun Track Where your ballot is. There's a barcode. There's a very sophisticated process to make sure.
"new county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Another warm day today, but we'll wait until Thursday. That's what is really going to heat up Thursday through Saturday, Well looking for eighties along the coast mid nineties to 100 inland. Today, though, enjoy 73 on the Coast, 86 inland right now 66 degrees downtown Kagome to use time, 6 41 The friendly skies were getting a little tough. Airlines are now threatening passengers on their mask policies. Joining us on the Kona years live line aviation expert Jay Ratliff and J. What do you mean? They're getting tough? Well, you know, before if you had a medical condition that you know, basically prevented you from Oregon Mask. Airlines. Such is American and others had medical exemptions is like no problem. I mean, we want you to customer. Please come on. And if you can't wear a mask, we certainly understand. Well, then, picture started going viral about, you know, people not wearing mask and fits. The other passengers were having and Airlines started to see some of their future booking start to drop a bit, and they said, You know what? We need to take a stronger stance on this. So Southwest Airlines Basically said Look, if you're going to fly with us, if your two years of age or younger, you do not need a mask everyone else does He have a medical condition that prevents you from Oregon Mask Don't fly Southwest. United Airlines says that you need a mask when you are flying them. But they also said You're going to wear a mask while you're at the airport in the gate ticket counter baggage claim through security and if you take your mask off when you're not supposed to United could ban you from flying them. And as long as this mass policies in place, they're basically having a zero tolerance policy. American Airlines had a medical exemption. For their passengers, But they're pulling that as of tomorrow, So yeah. If you can't wear a mask, you're not going to be flying. Okay? Let me let me let me try to figure this out here. If you okay, let let's say and you know, there are people who I'm certain genuinely have a medical issue on DH. Probably not as many as say they do. But let's just say that they actually do. Could these? Could these airlines be sued for this? Could it be some type of like medical discrimination? I have talked to many people, attorneys as well. Who, said J. I mean they're really opening themselves up for A lawsuit because it's one thing if you and I get into an argument in the gate in the airline says we're not going to let you to fly. Okay, that's their call, but they can't allow us not to fly because of You know things that have to do with health and or any other thing that kind of falls in that illegal status so but really absent of any direction from the FAA or the Department of Transportation Airlines air left up on their own. To develop their policies and then enforce their policies. And, yes, I suspect someone's going to end up taking him to court if they've not done so already. And but it's gonna take a while for the court process to work and good Lord. I hope we're Past this Corona virus. By the time any of those things were settled, But airlines are basically saying, Look, we're losing 30 $40 million a day. We need to do everything we can to make her passengers feel as safe as we can. Therefore, we're going to require masks of everyone. So let me ask you this when it comes to, you know, because it used to be that when you were sitting in a in an airplane, you are basically in the tube of death. Right? Your It's just germs everywhere. All you could picture was just germs and fell flying through the air. Is that in fact true? Well, if you're talking about Air the air's recirculated every 2 to 3 minutes. They use HEPA filters on most of the modern aircraft, which are the same filters used in the operating rooms and emergency center. So that's good. The problem is, you know if the in flight magazines and things in the seatback pocket, which before were obviously germ written all over the place. Most of those have been removed pillows, blankets, those types of things. And the aircraft are getting a lot more clean now, from a sanitization process at least every day, if not every term, So right now, airlines and airplanes air probably cleaner than they've ever been. If you want the cleanest aircraft of the day, catch the first flight out in the morning, the originating flight that's also going to be the flight where you're gonna have the best chance of it being on time because in the industry Most important liked us was the first flight of the day. It could not leave late because of it left late, and the other three or four flights that aircraft was slated for that day could also run late, and that's what caused the airline a lot of money. Very interesting aviation expert Jay Ratliff joining us all the KOGO news live line. Thank you so much shaped my pleasure. All right. What the new County covet numbers mean we talk to Gabby Supervisor Nathan Fletcher That is live at 7 10 this morning Stories trending. Some cardio residents are wondering why there were no citations for a church gathering by the beach that had Mohr than 1000 guests will.
"new county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The second straight day send new county reporting no deaths from the coronavirus some Jack Cronin in the cocoa newsrooms status asked each county to report no deaths prepare to fourteen straight days county supervisor Yvonne Fletcher ask people to keep following the public health orders just like we are moving forward as a region in terms of opening our economy we move forward in the opening other types of opportunities opening our beach is a little more our parks our outdoor recreation camping boating and other types of things and we stand before you today saying we believe that we are doing it in the right way we believe we are doing it in a responsible manner and so we want to continue that same spirit to make sure we're protecting public health we're protecting a smooth economy meanwhile sitting where Kevin Faulkner end leaders from the war supervisors say they're ready to get back to work and they've released a letter to the governor and we urge the governor to give our region the flexibility to do so workers are ready to start collecting a paycheck again businesses are ready to safely reopen their doors and customers are ready and the governor says he does understand they were twenty eight counties the vest for local control the governor pointed out several counties have self certified to advancing to phase two of the state's re opening and made it known that roughly seventy percent of businesses are up and running as for the remaining thirty percent the governor asked for patience not because we don't want to not because we would not like to it's not because we want to be particularly oppressive in terms of people's desires and needs is because public health dictates that we do this and you judicious and thoughtful way loosened remarks came on the day that he along with the leaders of four other states asked the federal government for an additional one trillion dollars in aid in recovery from the covert nineteen pandemic St Louis koco news San Diego sixty six degrees on Jack Cronin six of the seven thirty seconds then for San Diego breaking news station newsradio six hundred cocoa good Monday evening to you here on the eleventh day of may first two thousand twenty is staring and Jack newsradio six hundred cocoa we have you up until eight o'clock this evening mark Larson takes over at that time this R. thirty ninth consecutive show as.
"new county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm Michael Philip Kelly in the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news center. Baltimore city. Police say an off duty officer accidentally shot herself in the leg. This morning happened about ten thirty AM eleven hundred block of east northern Parkway, the dentist officer was taken to a hospital with a grace wound to the leg. Police haven't said yet what caused the weapon to go off it remains under investigation. And are all new county state's attorney says the man who struck and killed a twelve year old boy last April and Arnold was sentenced yesterday to ten years with all but eight suspended for negligent manslaughter, thirty eight year old Michael Godia admitted to smoking crack cocaine while driving a company van he passed out and struck Matthew Murphy who was walking with his mother and younger brother Godia was removed from the truck by thirties. And he still had the crack pipe in his hand Gauthier told police at the time he was on drugs. The National Transportation Safety board is scheduled a hearing for April twenty third to determine the probable cause of a fatal natural gas explosion more than two years ago. The explosion at an apartment complex and Silver Spring in August of two thousand sixteen killed seven people and injured dozens in sports college lacrosse, a number three Maryland Terrapins rolled to an eleven six victory over number sixteen Colgate last evening of Maryland stadium. The turps four straight win its first against a rank opponent the season. Also, you NBC lost at Richmond yesterday seventeen to twelve their second road loss and five days. Your Weather Channel forecast is next Bruce elite here, many, you guys know they're giving your teeth fixed or something you've needed to have done for a long time. But you put it off. Now I used to fit into this category. Until I made my first appointment with Dr Ed laser at cosmetic and advanced dentistry. And boy am I glad I.
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"The Clemson Tigers had a fantastic day at the White House celebrating their national championship with President Trump. The White House mess hall was closed on account of the government shutdown. So President Trump called on the folks at McDonald's Burger King, Wendy's Domino's and the Tigers had a feast fit for a king big bags on silver platters. I mean, come on that's America. But a good many liberals in the mainstream media say the president's fast food feast was racist and unsophisticated good Morning, America's Michael Strahan said he planned to feed the players lobster and caviar. But I'm not sure what red blooded American football player would choose fish eggs over a filet O fish? And I would really like someone to explain to me how to all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese, pickles onions on a sesame seed bun is racist. I'm todd. Starnes now for the institute on the constitution. Here's Michael Anthony peruta with the American view Volki. The new county councilman representing district three I have no need for a few years. Having served with him on the central committee. And I'm happy report that he is already beginning to distinguish himself. You see earlier this month councilman bulky introduced to very important resolutions designed to oppose into Expos the agenda of new county executive Stuart Pittman regarding illegal immigration into our county. The county executive seems eager to placate those who decided not only to make our county a sanctuary for illegal aliens. But also to assistance who have been detained on separate offenses by providing them with legal counsel at taxpayers expense. Regrettably resolution one nine thousand nine hundred nineteen were defeated along party lines last week with the council for Democrats closing ranks to be cleared. Now, the resolutions were symbolic nature. And even if passed would not have been binding on Mr. Pittman. Nevertheless, there are a few reasons I wanna thank councilman Volpi and commend him for his scholarship. First of all. Five eleven he's refusing to have fellowship with the corrupt schemes of those who have no legions to the values of America's founding. Secondly, he's creating a public record Thirdly. He's making it possible for his constituents to engage and be heard on this important matter. And finally, he's providing leadership and encouragement to his colleagues, which may very well paid dividends into.
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"I'm Ann Cates. Wwl news and Dino to I'm Brian peers on this day, you may have decided to stay inside. Well, that's understandable. It could also be problematic. If you're planning to drive to work in the morning, the triple as John Townsend says there's something you do need to do today. Trying to go to work tomorrow and your car. Today. Let the battery rod that way, it won't have as much power overnight. Overall today saw forty one percent increase in calls. The AAA for roadside assistance largely due to dead batteries. And they're ready should that happen tomorrow. A number of school districts have announced delays tomorrow due to the cold. See the full list at WM AL dot com. Or on our Facebook page w a male DC ISIS ending a contract with Anna Rundle county in retaliation for the county's ending of an immigration screening program. New county executive Stuart Pittman is ending the two eighty seven g program, which has county officers conduct immigration checks at jails the difference is that in the future. I staff will be doing the work that our staff has been doing when people come into the jail. In response is has decided to end a separate Joe contract that has given roughly four million dollars to the county since November of two thousand seventeen explicitly citing the two eighty seven g decision as the reason why Pittman says in part of the program created a perception that county police. Tied to immigration enforcement hampering crime reporting efforts against MS. Thirteen win Delano on wwl interview, AL dot com. There's a growing chorus in Richmond, the heartland of America's tobacco industry to raise the legal smoking age to twenty one the irony here is that it's not tobacco. That's to blame. Where we've seen the really significant increase in use. In the debate type of product don't we get crystal is leading the effort to raise the age to buy cigarettes, and the juice the number one way that they get access to these products are from classmates. John Matthews on WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. Wwl news time nine oh four. Now, I.
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"A L, A Cumulus station. Toenail news it to Maria leaf and new this hour, I says it's ending jail contract. With Anna Rondo county in retaliation for the county is ending of an immigration screening program. New county executive Stuart Pittman is ending the two eighty seven g program, which has county officers conduct immigration checks at jails the difference is that in the future. I staff will be doing the work that our staff has been doing when people come into the jail. In response is has decided to end a separate Joe contract that has given roughly four million dollars to the county since November of two thousand seventeen explicitly citing the two eighty seven g decision as the reason why Pittman says in part that the program created a perception that county police were tied to immigration enforcement hampering crime reporting efforts against MS thirteen window on wwl and wwl dot com. As President Trump moves ahead with his plans planned troop withdrawal from Syria. Turkey is leader has told the president that Turkey is ready to move at a northern Syria quote without losing time. They with. Like the US troops out of there. And they want to take at least some responsibility for it. Because they believe terrorists are in the area and the US believes it is backing local fighter. So a lot to work out here about the security in this, very unsettled. Correspondent Barbara Starr, Democrats standing firm so far refusing to stray when it comes to reaching a deal with the president and the shutdown speaker dismissed it out of hand, I think there are probably several members of her conference who are starting to wonder. Hey, when are we actually going to negotiate with the president house freedom caucus co founder, Jim Jordan tells mornings on the mall? There are freshmen Democrats itching to make a deal at one freshman.
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"Dot net. Through lack of John disturbing. John. Mornings on W integrity radio. You're listening to rock the Republic. I'm here with Mike Lynch, I'm Becky Lynch. Rebecca, we are discussing local county issues right at this point. New county board of commissioners held their first meeting. One of their first meeting last week with the actually to Monday was kind of odd has usually it's just one week at the organizational meeting was held on January third in the morning. And then I have fifty two scheduled public meetings took place a little bit later. It was a packed chambers. Public comments now are taking up much of the time where the beginning and ending of the meeting people in the audience expressing their concerns about especially at this meeting. There was some concern about issue resolution number five, and I wasn't. Sure why. Because to me it was a wonderful resolution because it had to do with the commissioners. Not accepting campaign contributions from employees, which they directly oversee. And can you believe it some a couple of people in the audience had a had a problem with that in that they thought that was keeping someone from expressing their ability to support someone they wanted to vote for I would think that as a you know, if I were employees of an elected official. I would not want that pressure to have to give them money for their campaign. Correct. You know, it should be off the table. I mean, it I mean, it's personal thing. And and these commissioners voted not to have it next. That's fine. I think it was wonderful as an elected official myself. I have already informed to my employees that I will not take any contributions from them. I appreciate their health and their work every day. So don't have to have any pressure from me to contribute to contribute to our campaign. Right. But you don't have to even have the passed resolution. Fly did not it. Just your house notes in Texas. Very casual yes, I'm I'm got that luxury to do that. But they did pass it, and it was it was a great meaning is a hundred hour. Also, I wanted to say that at the county level the website. For the county is WWW dot Lake County, Ohio OH, I oh written out dot gov. OH? And at that same site. You also have every one of the twenty three rocks of Lake County. This did with all of their trustees elected officials and their meetings one spot you can go to if you wanna find out what's going on who's having what meeting and win. So the information on who the council people are in Timberlake per se right here would be there or mentor. Right. Oh, that's good in that. Wonderful. It is so moving on.