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Asia Today: No masks on red carpet as Taiwan logs few cases

Purity Products

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Asia Today: No masks on red carpet as Taiwan logs few cases

"At Taiwan's annual film festival after keeping its Corona virus outbreak, So a few 100 cases actors lined up for photos with no social distancing Saturday night and despite a recent spike and Corona virus cases in the U. S. Florida Lieutenant governor Jeanette Nunes remains confident. What you've seen is an increase in cases your Florida across the sun belt, but it doesn't come with a proportionate increase in fatalities. You see our fatality rate We have been able to manage that. Nunes, speaking on Fox is America's news headquarters. Meanwhile, Louisiana Governor

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Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans

Ron St. Pierre

02:25 min | 4 months ago

Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans

"Releasing releasing info info about some of the 650,000 recipients of loans from the payroll protection program, which was passed by Congress to allow small businesses to keep their workers employed during this pandemic. While mostly small businesses and nonprofits got money through the program, which is given out $521 billion. There were also some wealthy and well connected recipients to Among them. Kanye West's clothing and sneaker brand. The anti tax group Americans for tax reform companies owned by the family of President Trump's son in law and senior advisor Jared Kushner, as well as California representative Devin Nunes Winery Family Cos. Of West Virginia Governor Jim Justice who is considered to be one of the state's richest persons. Washington, D C political strategy Cos. Legal firms and big money hedge funds to Treasury Department only named companies that got more than $150,000 which made up less than 15% of the companies that received loans about locally. 2453 Rhode Island employers got the federal PPP loan worth at least 150 large Ted Niecy from Eye Witness News With that story, The US Small Business Administration on Monday released the names of all employers that got at least $150,000 from the Paycheck protection program, which Congress created in March to mitigate layoffs amid the covert 19 pandemic. The list includes quite a few familiar names. The Poss Ox got a loan of at least $350,000 to retain 49 jobs. Fellows got loans for a number of its restaurant locations. Even the parent company of the Foxy Lady Strip club received at least $150,000 to retain 159 jobs. Overall, the SB says 2453 Rhode Island employers got at least $150,000 each. 14 round, employers got at least $5 million over $1.8 billion in loans have been a Awarded in the states. So far, a majority of the loan money has to go toward payroll. Employers can apply to have the loans forgiven by the S P A. The economy needs a lot of help. Appearing on Sundays face the nation, Economist Mark Zandi warned. Congress will need to do more as the PPP winds down even though unemployment back down if you had a Books that are unemployed People who are got their hours cut there so working, but they got their hours cut. Then consider those folks that are still working. Haven't gotten your hours. Couple got their pay cut. You're talking about 1/3 of all American workers that are still struggling. And if you want to take a

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UFC 250 RESULTS: Amanda Nunes outclasses resilient Felicia Spencer to retain featherweight title

WBZ Morning News

00:11 sec | 5 months ago

UFC 250 RESULTS: Amanda Nunes outclasses resilient Felicia Spencer to retain featherweight title

"You will see two fifty in Las Vegas Amanda Nunez of the solution Spencer in a unanimous decision over ten street when she retained her featherweight championship and remains a dual title champion

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UFC 250: Amanda Nunes to defend world featherweight title

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 5 months ago

UFC 250: Amanda Nunes to defend world featherweight title

"UFC two fifty three lanes are over in Las Vegas now on to the pay per view tonight's main event features the lion S. Amanda newness the best female fighter in the world and current double champion she'll defend her featherweight title against Felicia Spencer UFC legend Daniel Cormier is part of the broadcast team tonight for ESPN and DC suggested that anyone getting into the octagon with Nunez should steer clear of a right hand it's like watching a scary movie the drought don't thank you for me to do that is walking into the woods Freddy Krueger is waiting that right you can our at the door and forced you back in that direction I'll tell you where she is so good and so far newness comes in having won her last ten fights in a row the co main event features a bantamweight match Paseo Ascenso against Cody

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Flynn and Russian ambassador transcripts released

John Batchelor

05:03 min | 5 months ago

Flynn and Russian ambassador transcripts released

"Congressman Devin Nunes twenty two California ranking on the house intelligence comment on documents just tap now in the last hour these are the trends of the conversations between lieutenant general Michael Flynn retired U. S. army in December of twenty sixteen when he was on the trump transition scheduled to be the national security adviser come the twentieth and the inauguration the conversation with the then Russian ambassador Kislyak the conversations were said to be pertinent to the background that the Obama administration at the issued sanctions against the Russian federation having to do with the election interference and other bad acting by players that subsequently we learned were not directly attached to the Russian government that would be the internet trolls of Petersburg but in any event there was a lot of noise at the time that these conversations contained violations of certain obscure laws like a Logan act or perhaps a tip A. as a in exchange promises that were not Michael Flynn's to give or perhaps it had something to do with the allegation of collusion between the trump administration the trump campaign and Russia we didn't know because we didn't have the transcripts Devin you've now read these transcripts which were denied to you when you were conducting the investigation that led to your memo of the winter of twenty eighteen that is the gold standard for what we know about russiagate you've eggs you've read the transcripts now what do you make of them what surprises do you find here well I would just say this the briefing that we received shortly after the F. B. I. agents when an unannounced unprecedented into the White House to interview general plan just red flag one big problem right there at the beginning of all this weeks later we get into we get debriefed by the F. B. I. D. F. B. I. says look at the agents there that didn't think of when was lying about anything what will now we know why there wasn't anything to lie about John if if you read the the transcript they are you know as a river when president trump when during the Ukrainian impeachment hopes that you know trump had a call with the with the president and then when the call got released there was really nothing in the car when trump president trump you say was the perfect phone call well John this is not only a perfect phone call it's a very boring phone call and it fax it back it just looks like clothes that I have with with diplomats it doesn't look anything like anything different than what a a member of Congress has whenever I go overseas and meet with my fellow colleagues in the the and whether it be the foreign minister or the defense ministers or the intelligence leadership of foreign countries or even the prime ministers or presidents of countries it looks like a normal call that anybody that's in in the U. S. government or general Flynn's case the incoming national security adviser it looks like a normal perfect phone call and John you know what's missing we don't talk about sanctions in the call all this time suppose a we were led to believe that Flynn was having these long conversations about sanctions and no bother sanctions that the Obama it ministration president Obama put on to the Russian government John it's kind of hard to find in there if you go through you have to read really really close you know within a microscope to find where exactly they were talking about sanctions because the word sanctions doesn't even come up well there was a you know the the if anything it looks like a a normal conversation the only thing that that even gets close is general plan saying you know Hey we still want to work together you know don't hold this against us paraphrasing but that's about it yes the quote that I like here is general Flynn reminds ambassador Kislyak of his status he says remember ambassador you're not talking to a diplomat you were talking to a soldier I'm a very practical guy it is all about solutions a very humble statement from a man who is about to be national security adviser at the general also says we need cool heads to prevail and we need to be very study about what we're going to do because we have absolutely a common threat in the Middle East this is boilerplate very sensible and for general Flynn to say he's not an ambassador at not a diplomat I would say that's the most diplomatic of language there was no threat there was no exchange there were no promises this almost is a polite way of saying here I am you can call me up if you have

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Declassified Susan Rice email shows Obama team discussed Russian dealings

Dan Proft

05:04 min | 5 months ago

Declassified Susan Rice email shows Obama team discussed Russian dealings

"Well on the occasion last week of the first tranche of the classifications by acting deny Richard Grinnell that provided some detail on all of the unmasking requests that were made by all of the various Obama administration personnel as it pertains to Michael Flynn and perhaps others Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley the two centers in Wisconsin and Iowa respectively want more details more a documents declassified because they have more concern that perhaps the surveillance that was being conducted by Obama administration officials predates operation crossfire hurricane on that occasion last week John Brennan former CIA director took to his safe space and M. S. N. B. C. and had this reaction this is also going out and saying give me everything about Michael Flynn absolutely not and quite interestingly the number of reports so we're in December sixteen and January seventeen that were declassified by Richard Grinnell I was surprised at how many dates and reports that were there then what was the ground should do is to declassify and release the contents of those reports in terms of what's the individuals were involved with but what he's doing now is just releasing the names of individuals who again were carrying out their authorized responsibilities shin director Brennan he's getting there yesterday to classifying a email from Susan rice that seems to run counter to things Susan rice was saying in public from a national security perspective president Obama said he wants to be sure that as we engage with the incoming team are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia rice wrote call me said he does have some concerns that incoming NSA Flanaess speaking frequently with Russian ambassador Kislyak Comey said that could be an issue as it relates to sharing sensitive information president Obama asked of Comey was saying the NSC should not pass sensitive information related to Russia to flan Comey replied potentially adding that there's no indication thus far that Flynn has passed classified information to kids they act but he noted the level of communication is unusual potentially we should not pass sense of information to the incoming president incoming national security adviser is that properly or or fairly Radisson body trying to insinuate his way into a counterintelligence operation against general Flynn well that's what Susan rice memorialized in an email here's Susan rice back on March twenty second of twenty seventeen just a couple months into the trump administration in a sit down on PBS with Judy Woodruff what she had to say about what she knew do you know anything about this I know nothing about this I was surprised to see reports from chairman Nunes on that count today fresh off her performance in the Benghazi a misdirection cover up however you want to describe it we get this from Susan rice I really don't know what to what chairman Nunez was referring but he said that whatever he was referring to was a legal lawful surveillance and that it was potentially incidental collection on American citizens and I think it's important for people to understand what incidental means that means that the target was a either a foreign entity D. or somebody under criminal investigation and that the Americans who were talking to those targets may have been picked up well Devin newness has since revised and extended his remarks so perhaps is in rice would like to do the same for more on this we're pleased to be joined by Fred flights he's a former CIA analyst now president CEO at center for security policy former Deputy Assistant to the president into the chief of staff of the National Security Council thanks for joining us again forget it good to be here about what Susan rice said in twenty seventeen verses what Susan rice memorialized about this January fifth twenty seventeen meeting well wishers lined clearly she knew that there was electronic surveillance of general Flynn what this comes down to what is the intention of B. bomber stretching from the top from president Obama not to honor the very important principle of our democracy and that's called the peaceful transfer of power under that principle the outgoing administration cooperates fully with the incumbent won eight daughters the the will of the people turned over the keys to the officers tells all about farm policy mission underway gives them all the intelligence operations and intelligence they collected they don't withhold information from the incoming president and Tucker offices to use this information to investigate the next administration to undermine it it's really very serious violation of our whole system of government if they had concerns about general Flynn they had to tell the next administration about it cook told president trump and vice president pence and call me if needed later said he was held information twelve Attorney General sessions about Russia also this is an effort by an outgoing administration to undermine and destroy any incoming

Trump defends lawsuit over NYT op-ed, calling it 'beyond an opinion'

The 45th

02:17 min | 8 months ago

Trump defends lawsuit over NYT op-ed, calling it 'beyond an opinion'

"Trump campaign just filed a lawsuit stuff nation against New York Times for an article in the opinion section. Okay Yeah Okay that I do not understand what is remotely going through their minds other than using this as you know a campaigning tactic to look or suing the time but also like if there was actual bad reporting. Surely you'd have found an article that was not in the opinion section to make peace. Yeah I was GONNA say opinions are allowed what are their good or bad but unless there's something factual report in The New York Times. I mean they report on Him Fifty Times a day. I'm that is really interesting. Do you think who is the piece by was is it more. Personal like is a particular person Max Frankel. And it's about the the real trump Russia quid pro quo But the this article came out in March of two thousand nine hundred and the claimer just before we started courting but the central claim of the trump campaign's loss appears to be that this March Twenty nineteen opinion column. was knowingly false because it was rebutted by the mother report the claimant. Lados published in April. Two thousand nine hundred so okay. Yeah so also. They're open themselves to discovery. They are now. That's who don't understand depositions. I don't I don't get their strategy. There's there though it's like Devin Nunes. It's bullshit seats all the time trying to increase the cost of reporting on trump. Yeah yeah that could be it. I mean the New York Times I I mean. What could they do like just retract? The peas or be like from what I've seen. I have not looked at in great doubt. But it doesn't seem like there's anything actually Tori in the opinion section. Yeah I mean I think I think probably the goal here is. They're just trying to put on alert. Hey guess what you report on. Trump will see you and cause a lot of cost to you all the time to the curious choice because they definitely have the resources to back that up whereas chose smaller reporter like a smaller outlet. That might quickly destroy them. The lawyer's fees I think trump is in this kind of like a hate everything New York face though. He is definitely that. Yeah so

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North Korea berates US for criticizing its missile tests

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

North Korea berates US for criticizing its missile tests

"North Korean leader Kim Jong moon has set in and the few deadline for Washington to offer mutually acceptable terms to revive the nuclear talks a spokesman for the north Korean government has said the foolish U. S. comments helps no career week two definite decision about its next steps as the deadline Nunes the north did not specify what those steps were at the security council meeting US ambassador Kelly costs at the trump administration is prepared to be flexible and take concrete parallel steps towards an agreement on receiving tools I'm Karen Thomas

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Call Records Connect Giuliani to Nunes During Ukraine Efforts

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:07 min | 11 months ago

Call Records Connect Giuliani to Nunes During Ukraine Efforts

"News as the president needs for a second day in London with other leaders of NATO the house Judiciary Committee today holding its first impeachment hearing a day after Democrats on the house intelligence committee released their report accusing president trump of orchestrating a pressure campaign to get Ukraine to investigate gel and hunter Biden ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrams says the record of Rudy Giuliani's phone calls with the White House detail in that report could be a big problem for Giuliani and president trump if you read the minority report meaning the Republicans report it would indicate that Rudy Giuliani was basically advising the president sort of broadly on corruption in Ukraine he was sort of serving as his emissary but in a legal capacity an advisory capacity this would suggest that Rudy Giuliani was leading foreign policy in the area and that's the key difference here Wisconsin Republican congressman Jim Sensenbrenner still backing the president after the release of that report by the house intelligence committee he tells CNN Democrats are setting their own president when it comes to separation of power created in the constitution second you

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Nunes slams media coverage on Ukraine and Russia, calls press 'puppets' for Democratic Party

Ray Appleton

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Nunes slams media coverage on Ukraine and Russia, calls press 'puppets' for Democratic Party

"Valley Republican and house intelligence committee ranking member Devin newness calls out the news media for what he's calling unfair coverage of the Russia story there was no objectivity or fairness and the media's Russia stories just as a fevered rush to tarnish and remove a president who refuses to pretend that the media are something different from what they really are puppets of the Democratic Party now the whistle blower has successfully kick started impeachment he has disappeared from the story as if the Democrats put the whistleblower in their own witness protection program Americans have learned to recognize fake news when they see it and if the mainstream press won't give it to them straight they'll go elsewhere to

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"nunes" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Biography V of Devon Nunez. I'm I'm wondering if you can just introduce me to who this guy is because when I look back at how Devon Nunez got into politics. He seemed to know at a very young age. What he wanted to do and he wasn't afraid to fight for it? Yeah I think that's right so newness newness was elected to Congress in two thousand two. He's from a district in central California He's been in Congress for a good amount of time. Now and you you know I I would put him in his category of like there were these sort of new Republicans I think of the pre tea party wave. He's not exactly with them. In the t forty but clearly as a part of this the part wing of the party. That's coming into office. George W Bush's president nine eleven has just happened and you know he really does kind of I. Guess assert himself. You know pretty quickly and is somebody who rises the prominence gets this you know really coveted position on the intelligence committee and you know so you think is arguably I mean as a lawmaker goes is biography. I mean he's he's quite a success. I mean to you know to come fairly young age and rise to a position of such importance Horton's in the Congress and on this committee Speaks well certainly. I think of his his political acumen I mean. He started running for office in his very early twenties So early that one of his opponents at some point took him to court and said you're not old enough to run and he fought back and said well. But but I'm GONNA be old enough if I get sworn in. Yeah and that. And that's that's a very revealing anecdote because Devin nunes is a fighter and he is legit too by the way And I think he's somebody who knew what he wanted and he went after it. He's ambitious. I guess in a positive way We would say there. And and you know you see kind of where he's com- an accrued all of this influence and has decided to use it. I mean he is. That's something I've always found to be kind of you. You know. In a way. Impressive objectively about newness is that he's gathered this influence and he's not afraid to deploy it and sometimes on you know projects that seem really he kind of petty and insignificant but he believes in something he goes to the mat for it so devin nunes became the chair of the House Intelligence Committee in two thousand fourteen but but he approached that role really differently than a lot of people. You've sort of alluded to this a little bit can you. Can you explain how he approached the role differently. Yeah so in the broad sense any semblance of bipartisanship really started to dissolve when Devon Innis became the chairman of that committee his Republican and Democratic predecessors had pretty good working relationships which is not to say that the committee didn't experience partisanship. It did But it has become ferociously ocean sleep partisan under Nunez And I think that is largely the tone that he set as the leader so you attribute that to him not as part of a broader tift in Washington but he was actively pushing the partisanship forward. Oh yes and I look back at predecessors vis for instance on the committee by comparison person when the committee was run by Mike Rogers The Republican and a guy named Dutch rappers burger from Maryland They had a good relationship. They got along well. They liked each other. They still appear public events together and like talk about the good old days and there was huge partisanship in Washington then I mean the part is the era partisanship. We're living in now is intense. But it's Ben Intense for twenty twenty five years. So how did the committee change when Nunez to control the tone of any committee is going to be set by the chairman. The things that they choose to investigate and I think that Nunez kind of got these you know these bees in his bonnet about certain things one of which was this whole issue about this island base in the Azores. He wanted to have a new intelligence center kind of fusion fusion center which was going to be a hub for lots of information placed out in the Azores. And he's a Portuguese descent in the Azores are a Portuguese territory and a lot of questions came up understandably about like well. Why do you want to put this base out on this kind of remote island when there's already a site that the Pentagon wants to use for it outside of London where you know we have lots of people we have other military bases and we have a relationship with partner services in the UK and he became obsessed assist with putting it out there? And I think too great umbrage at the idea that people were questioning whether he might have some kind of personal motive for doing so and I can remember talking talking with him about it and reporting on this and he became just convinced that people in the Pentagon were lying to him and that they were fabricating documents and that this it was all very very personal and I think that when you start taking political and policy battles personally as he so often does it sets a tone for the committee committee were it becomes not so much that we are here to do oversight of the intelligence community in a bipartisan way. But we are here to pursue things that are in the interest of the chairman mm-hmm and fights that he wants to have and to me that particular fight over this base really kind of was a Lustre tive tone that then carries forward for the next several years. When he's the chairman there's also this stylistic difference in terms of how Nunez approaches role that I think explains why he's appealing to some people in one profile other members talked about how he was the least read member of the Intelligence Committee? There's a log where you can see how much people in the committee are coming and reading all of the documents that they have access to and folks commented that he was not not reading those documents but he was going on journeys far Afield speaking to people who are fighting or who are off. You know doing military work doc and then coming back with ideas about what to do about that in Congress and I think that's kind of interesting. It speaks to his approach to the job. Yeah I think I think that's right. You know the documents that people read on those committees. There are documents that are produced by the intelligence agencies. And I think devin newness in his mind probably looks at that a bit as that's party line stuff. That's the stuff that they want me to see. I'm going to go out and do my own investigations and talk to people on the frontlines and get their real opinions. And you know that's admirable instinct on some level but to be an effective legislator and overseer you know I guess you have to do both you can't just ignore the documentation that is being produced by the agencies that you are overseeing. I spoke to one intelligence official wants who was among the people who briefed Nunez when he first became the chairman of the committee and he had an assessment. That's very much in line with your description of not being a reader. He said he was the least informed person about about the intelligence community that ever ever briefed. Who is in a position of leadership? And he didn't wasn't that it's not. The newness is not intelligent. He is clearly a smart person with the capacity to absorb lots of information It was almost as if he didn't want to hear any of that. And what this person told me was what that then put him in. The position of was being fundamentally ignorant. About how the very large apparatus that he was about to oversee actually ORCs and I think that when you don't know how something works. You're going to start filling in the blanks with how you think works. And what you see a lot of newness his theories and the investigations in the past that he goes down. Is I think somebody who is on a fundamental level misguided and he is operating based on a set of assumptions that are often not true or they are several degrees off the truth that they get him Down a path that's not productive and sometimes they get them in trouble. You know it's interesting to hear you describe him that way. Because I felt like reading about Devon Nunez. I saw this thread from where from when he was quite young. That was this distrust of authority but then of course he had become the authority to some extent. Yeah they'd say that's a very interesting observation. I think for a lot of people who do tend to see you know. Forces aligned and the world controlled by a handful of people. There is this inherent distrust rest of authority and to be clear. That's often a good thing. When you have members of an intelligence oversight committee I mean his committee and the Senate committee it's counterpart were created because in the nineteen sixties and seventies the CIA and the FBI were spying on Americans and spying on war? Protesters testers and infiltrating protest groups and wiretapping. Martin Luther King and doing these just horrible things that were just abject violations of American civil the liberties and their privacy so we created these committees. And you want somebody sitting up there. WHO's GonNa be skeptical of authority? His checking and making sure that these agencies fees are adhering to their powers operating within the law and not going beyond the boundaries. But you know you're right. Generally speaking you know once you kind of have a position of authority. It's sort of tempers. Your view of the world. I think a little bit and if anything it seems like Devon Nunez has become in some ways more paranoid and more ferocious it since. He's been on the committees which is usually not the trend with people in those positions.

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"nunes" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Week? Republicans in Congress sent this memo outlining all the ways the party plan to defend the president against impeachment with its congressional seal and it's attached footnotes. This memorandum looked formal serious but the language inside betrayed betrayed a kind of paranoia. It talked about intelligence committee hearings being held in a basement but the words impeachment inquiry where bracketed in scare quotes now recognize ranking member. Nunez running remarks. You may wish to make watching the impeachment hearings last week. It was like watching this memo. Come to life in July open. Hearing of this committee following publication of the Miller report the Democrats engaged in a last ditch effort to convince against the American people that president trump is a Russian agent. The ranking Republican member of the House Intelligence Committee Devon Nunez He. He called the impeachment spectacle he said it had a cult like atmosphere so Americans can rightly suspect that his phone call with President. Zilenski was used used as an excuse for the Democrats to fulfil their Watergate fantasies. But I'm glad that on Wednesday after the Democrats stage six weeks of secret depositions in the basement of the capital like some kind of strange colt the American Erkin. People finally got to see this farce for themselves. I made the comment that if you tuned in to the impeachment hearing for the first time and had genuinely we never heard Republicans and Democrats resigned their talking points if you launch Devin nunes. I think he'd be very confused. Shane Harris covers intelligence and national security for the Washington. Post it was kind of a mash up of the depth of the defending his greatest. Hits chains has to understand the Republican and strategy. Here it helps to listen to Nunez to listen as he bounces from argument argument. Some that sound legalistic others others. That might seem a little random even as they were accusing Republicans of colluding with Russians the Democrats themselves colluding with Russians by funding the steele dossier which was based on Russian and Ukrainian sources. Meanwhile they turn a blind eye to Ukrainians meddling in our elections because the Democrats were cooperating cooperating with that Operation Nunez doesn't WanNa talk about allegations of corruption in the White House. He wants to talk about how Democrats tried to rig the two thousand sixteen presidential election even though they lost. And I think you might look at it and say you know what is he talking about the DNC and Ukraine. And what's the steele dossier and naked pictures of president in trump and Where where we going with this All things that to my ear sounded perfectly coherent and the Devin nunes can view of things but I think might strike an outside. Observer is a hodgepodge listening to you. I can't tell whether you think this is careless or strategic. That's a great question..

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"nunes" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

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You got the possess problem before all the charges of pizzazz listless that. We've had to consider over the past couple of days. After say there was a pretty possess full display today in Congress and it was put on by Republican Devon Nunez who took umbrage great umbrage the committee chair Adam Schiff would ever worry that the Republicans might expose the whistle blower who they by the way call not a real whistle so blower and in need of exposure. Here's what newness set. No Republicans here. No the whistle blowers identity because the whistle blower only met with Democrats. This we should point out. This fact or this claim was also echoed by Adam Schiff on Wednesday who said he doesn't know who the whistle blower is. Only his staff does us this whole thing. Denying knowledge of the whistle blower strikes me as weird because I know the name of the whistle blower. And the reason I do is that Donald trump junior tweeted tweeted it and that on Fox trump defender blurted it out. And also that Senator Rand Paul said the name of the whistle blower said the whistle blower or must come forward then then the whistle blower. I guess a lot is riding on the exact meaning of no not as in no. Don't say the name of the whistle blower you lawless maniacs. More like Adam. Schiff doesn't one hundred percent no in a confirmed by the appropriate authority sense. He doesn't know that this particular guy who all the people are naming as the whistle blower really is the whistle blower fine so we come to should shift worry about the Republicans yes rand. Paul Republican senator. But we're talking about Republicans in the House of Representatives would a Republican member House of Representatives. Ever out the whistle blower guess. There's one already has North Carolina radio station. WFAN notes that. Dan Bishop said the whistle blower. Ain't Vol Damore and then the station went onto report. Bishop also wrote that. The person who reported the president's call about Ukraine is quote not a bonafide whistleblower and that quote. Even if he were he wouldn't be entitled to secrecy. CRECY bishop than wrote the name of a person whom he said is a quote Deep State Conspirator. He wrote that. That person needs to testify now. The name Bishop tweeted was the the same as the name that ran. Paul mentioned that Donald Trump junior mentioned in the trump era on Fox mentioned but new news wasn't done with the complaints and the umbrage taking he criticized the entire proceedings with this charge. I would just say to the American people. Today's show trial as come to an end or we're headed down now to the basement of the capital to go until I don't know what time we'll be back there hiding again. Behind the closed doors it is a show trial trial to be criticized for playing out for all the public to say. But it should also be critiqued because it's behind closed doors cult-like those those were Nunez's for its cult-like Ne'er four escaped scrutiny. Scrutiny that I suppose would be forthcoming were to be. I don't know it played out on television. I gotta say whenever I see arguments like that. I I kind of fear for my job because what's my job. I'm here to point out. Oh contradictions to offer contacts. Perhaps to give you some insight but do you need me. Do you really need me. If within the span of fifteen seconds Devin Nunes Criticizes Criticizes Open proceedings for not being closed then criticizes closed proceedings for not being open. What is my use here? Perhaps my only uses branding so a while ago I noted that Dennis was removed from his role as acting head of the intelligence agency with with anything having to do with the Muller report because he badly bungled some tactics of trying to discredit that investigation. He was embarrassed and back. Then Trey Goudy had to take over but unlike the former representative presentative gowdy is out of Congress now. I do not think the sorting cap would deign to plays Devin. Nunes says in the House of slithering Devon Nunez is pure Dudley tersely. But the reason I bring this all up is just to demonstrate that Nunez was and continues to be discredited. And also if you watch the guy comes through very very clearly he is a nincompoop and this was my branding Devon Nunez disgraced nincompoop. Jim Jordan this guy's not honest but at least he's cogent agent speaks quickly punchy sentences at least Steph Yanic. She's not substantive but she's not just pure silliness Devon Nunez is and continues to be a disgrace nincompoop and if that is all I can add to abroad American tapestry of civic involvement than I am happy to play my role. And that's it for today's show just producer. Daniel Shroeder doesn't know who the whistle blower is doesn't even know what a whistle Liz what it does or New York Times columnist. Charles blow is or who's James Bond Villain clouds. Someone felled just producer Christina. Joseph children who think a whistle can blow she wants had a whistle tried to blow. It made no noise derive the SCHNAUZER crazy. That's weird the gist discredited nincompoop Devon the newness if he tries really hard and puts the time and works on honing his skills at making pointless arguments seem compelling. Well then I think he can ascend to Jim Jordan heights of being useful to his fellow. Republicans though inaccurate and vow that if devin nunes shows this propensity I will no longer dubbed him. Disgrace nincompoop Devon Nunez. He will become distraction. nitwits Devon newness perhaps dare to dream who predappio do Peru and thanks for listening.

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Nunes calls impeachment inquiry "carefully orchestrated media smear campaign"

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Nunes calls impeachment inquiry "carefully orchestrated media smear campaign"

"Not the hearing the ranking Republican Devin new as of central California accuse the Democrats of a political smear campaign orchestrated by deposition sessions behind closed doors by letting their own guidelines Democrats repeatedly rejected from the transcripts the name of Alexander chalupa a contractor for the Democratic National Committee who work with Ukrainian officials to collect dirt on the trump

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"I'm excited about that yeah. Yeah i think so too. I think so too. I'm into it and then <hes>. Amanda producer went turquoise this week. I'm going to be a conservative enough enough to work on your podcasts. Don't think about it yeah yeah yeah. That's fine anyway. No i don't think i i don't any of us. Have any show is coming up that we need to pitch. I got some netflix to catch up on minehunters season to use came out and yes and watch the family if you haven't watched it once do ooh terrifying you'll get you'll you'll be able to watch the full brain of facts and you'll be like fucking netflix yeah okay. It's a documentary yeah five part mini series about the family in washington. No no it's good god true crime yeah. It's definitely true cries. People often ask why the molar she wrote and daily beans isn't a true crime podcast. It's implied like well. The news is true <unk> crime right now so there we go and i just didn't want to compete against wine and crime and my favorite murder really is with those are different different thing that's for sure favorite podcasts the way <hes> also check out the family guys we will be in san francisco august thirtieth and we do have a meet and greet patrons on august twenty ninth. We opened up a second one <hes>. If you you want to get to that you can go to our twitter at more. She wrote and my pin tweet has linked to how to get those tickets. <hes> and you'll be able to come to show you have to be ticketed at the main show and do we can announce now that <hes> we will have stuff miller on that show and adam savage from mythbusters and it's going to be and they're both v._i._p. Meet-and-greet on the day of the show it's gonna be fun. It's it's gonna be so. I'm so excited because we got we had an offer to tour <hes> adam savage <hes> misbehave of mythbusters his shop yeah just like oh my god. I'm so excited wants to smoke us out there that it being means jordan. She's let us know. They use like to know what minimum band so we're going to speak with. You don't have to tell them. You don't think you'd be up and put stuff in your hat. People that person new time and people are like hey. Why don't you tell me your down and and we were yeah you're right. I think you're all set. I'll be enjoying my <hes> michelob ultra beer for athletes <hes>. They're not a sponsor of your head. That is it. That's our show. Please please please take care of yourself. Take care of each other. I've been gee. I've been jalousie johnson. I've endured in coburn and them's the beans the daily beans produced by a._g..

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Backlash. She got last time when he put farmer next to his name on the ballot. Much of left-wing groups were like you can't call yourself a farmer. You haven't farmed in forever. Cherry picks though jerry pick <hes> cherry farm. I don't think that's farming. I don't think he'd get subsidies to cherry pick of but he might <hes> <hes> but just not for why you think so anyway he got all this backlash for being a fake farmer so he turns out <hes> he bought a farm and the farm generates no income it's worth it's worth less than fifteen thousand dollars total attached to it or just in general it's worth less now than it was worth a lot of money then nunez tank no it's fewer than a hundred square feet smaller than our podcast studio radio real farm. I don't know how he thought that the sacramento bee wasn't going to be all over this story out like <hes> yeah. We found his farm that he just bought to call himself a legit farmer. It's not a farm yeah so he knows stroz of farmers now. It's kind of like you know people. Instead of buying the whole security thing is by sticker like he bought one of those sample little yard things things like the little square they're going to do like an expose on him in the local news and he's going to have a pet cow in his house but if you get little tiny toy thousands zoom and you can make it like a real farm yeah maybe he has to grow something on that ten square foot plot like maybe he's just got like plant or a absolutely. I don't know it's probably just like a project project to dig a hole from d._c. Farmers escape. Yes wow a secret sacramento. Nunez escape tunnel in china puts himself who like those fish tubes right. He had to buy it online for some yeah you imagine all these republicans that are compromised probably all have those plan going underground nunez cannon yeah yeah when you're that far gone on your that like the fish tubes fishing. I love them so much. The salmon cannons ooh. He's he's he's growing. Plants is using bronco yeah crave it. Finally guys republicans on the f._c._c. voted against conducting an investigation into torsion portion in putnam and the money. They brought into the trump campaign through the n._r._a. The vote was two to two right along party lines. I guess there's two republicans democrats on the f._c._c. federal election commission and and in a tie. I guess that means they don't move forward with an investigation. I think that's stupid cancels out. I think the default should be if it's a tie you do investigate <hes> just in case as you know <hes> senator ron wyden who's the one who's been like sending them letters and trying to get this done forever <hes> particularly about n._r._a. Russian connections. He's they really mad. He's like a foreign adversary interfered in two thousand sixteen presidential election in the response from republicans at every level whether it's trump congressional republicans are now the republican appointees on the f._c._c. has been to bury their heads in the sand and obstruct getting to the bottom of what happens if anything warrants more information it would be tie very very good very good point. We need to look into this further. Yeah clearly were on the fence here there dan. We were talking in the the main episode. Wires are five and i guess they just don't you know and maybe maybe during a republican administration..

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Week. He has resigned find his position he was. I put on administrative leave. I'm i don't understand why he's not facing criminal charges for attempted manslaughter with vehicle <hes> but if you didn't see that <hes> there were there were there's some folks protesting one of the concentration camps and was they call them facilities immigrant immigration facilities at the border and he just they were sitting across the driveway so that no one could come in and out and and he just drove into them and people stood up. We're like whoa and then. He just plowed forward. Send it send a lot a lot of people to the hospital. No one died. There were several injuries <hes>. I hope that this sky gets sued. I hope the government gets sued <hes> for injury on this and there should be criminal charges. I don't understand why is this happening more often or people always because it reminds me of the the <hes> the rally where the hero in the crowd. I guess it's like a new tactic or is this because when i used to protest with occupy remember people driving protested the gulf for the first one. We didn't have anybody driving. Cars have been around for a minute so it's like this is kind of a new year. I'm gonna shut up with my car and the trump trucks. I've been saying like like yeah. It's kinda scary. It's very scary and this guy wasn't even voyage proud boy. He african working for the government. Yeah there bold old yeah so i'm waiting for criminal charges and we reported lewin diskin dearborn were subpoenaed to testify to the house judiciary because <hes> you know uh nadler and pelosi they're looking into impeachment <hes> and for obstruction this is for obstruction because we know trump aslund hausky to tell sessions to limit muller's offers <hes> investigation future elections not the two thousand sixteen election only <hes> and that's the an access to an official proceeding and there's intent there and all that other stuff stuff and then of course dearborn lewandowski didn't wanna do it private citizen so he has dearborn to do it for dearborn wouldn't do it wouldn't deliver the message to sessions <hes> but lewandowski and now has said he will appear mid-september as requested so he can testify <hes>. There's no obstruction in no collusion <hes> so he's gonna lie. I guess gallons asking you that brown yeah yeah..

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"The smallest thing could give you away a nervous tic. The unconscious look of anxiety to aware an improper expression on your face was itself punishable offense face crime it was called and that's from orwell's one thousand nine hundred four yeah so you'll have in read that book so to real here and i was thinking about this when i when i was watching this rally looking at the people behind him who you know because remember plaid shirt guy <hes> making the faces he's like he was everyone's reaction. That's face crime. Wow yeah so this. It's totally nineteen. Eighty-four goodness anyway that's just freakish and that the unions 'cause the the memo that went out to the we've already discussed this with your union stewarts but the unions released information on friday saying they lost over time if they didn't go to this <hes> because they put in there the rallies not mandatory but if you don't want seven hundred dollars u._p. One hundred dollars out of your paycheck you have to go and the whole point of these his rallies at least from traumas perspective to show the people that he cares about them and their you know pay and to do that. I know it wasn't exactly on him but it's on shell but they're doing it because because they know trump and they wanna please trump and his doing this is his setting the standard and the tone but we can't even say that for sure that trump didn't show they had to do oh. That's a good point. We don't know for sure even if they didn't adan. I just think or he didn't i think it's still crazy that they felt the need to include that because any other president i can't imagine that being the thing trump has taken us to a whole new level assist him the whole no yelling shouting protesting or anything viewed as resist assistance tolerance yelling marion. We're that's where i think trump came in and that's why i think he might have had something to do with the older because this is sort of similar language we got when he revised the hatch act to say no she you <hes> you know because it used to just say you can't <hes> us your title and agency to promote or oppose a political candidate for office. He added especially trump. You can't resist resist trump would which comes in that rule but he has to make his name known an. I kinda get the general idea of doing what your job tells you but there's the the bigger idea of this feeling like something imposing on our freedom of expression adults. It's like a high school assembly or something thing right. This is strange and it cost you money if you don't do it especially when trump totally incites yelling at his rallies but on his own terms to your yelling against him is when they'll take you out and i'm like okay i i guess and then he called. He called one of his guys. Somebody was getting kicked out of his rallying to call him fat. I heard about any problem bigger than me. Turns out he was a trump supporter and so trump called the guy didn't apologize just said hedged. Wanna make sure you're cool. I love you man. Oh grows oh <music> rain. If obama called me fat cutting offensive and then was like hey hct cool. It's like no fuck you. It's like when you taylor thing it's like. I'm out of your fan anymore. She was a fan of canyon before that yeah. At least that guy has some sort of moral consistency. Even though it's shit consistently insistently shitty a positive we predictable iran <hes> also that corrections officer that drove into the line of protesters last week..

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Head. It's it's a mental thing more than it is yeah yeah. You may not be able you. You may not not you personally but a person of color might not like a white person because they're white yeah but they don't have any oppressive. Hold over that group and that's very important so i think that's a at least a factor. That's been right and i also agree with that. I will say that. I feel like it'd be easier to solve these problems by at least allowing those that <hes> dammit almost lost the thought nine high whatever the last thing we were talking about racism racism for sure or ooh that you can be yeah sexist or someone else. <hes> god damn it. No it's gone. It might come back in a racial matter because the way i see it and i could be totally wrong but if i'm gonna be sexist against and somebody i would be able to oppress them as i remember now actually yeah but if you know i can just hate men for hating men sake but that's missing tree. That's not a <hes> sexism i._d._c. What you're saying and i was gonna say something. Along the lines of we can't solve the problem by assuming that just a certain group candy racist because there's just so much great to it but i i forgot the specific point soldiers leave it with. I totally agree with you. I really do not forget where i was going. There's no the way that i shouldn't just come out and say this is the way it is and this is the way it is because everyone has their own experience with. I think we'll solve it by at least knowing that the other side isn't automatically racist because they're why but like it's such a blanket statement that we need more time for people don't like blanket statements you're right about you know it's it's more about the oppressive party versus you know at least it should be considered when you're talking about racism and everyone has their shit. Let's leave at that should be considered not not only based on but it needs to be considered a not just based on the color of the sky holy the content of character that's kind of where i'm dragging all this in from but <hes> like one hundred percent privileged in every single way so oh you're a woman. It's still not that. There's that there's that that's my little non-privileged is the nineteenth amendment like anniversary coming up or something i think very past actually i've been seeing it like trending on twitter. Although people are talking about it today for some reason the nineteenth amendment that gave women the right to vote people are talking specifically about how it only included white women for some reason. That's the discussion today so i forget that too. I'm like yeah. Hey we got the right to vote one hundred years ago and i didn't we mouse in your pocket people yeah no you're absolutely right and i saw some <hes> assembly post something on twitter about their great grandma and they showed her picture and name was rose. I think and they're like this make great. Grandma shipped back when she was <hes> younger and and turned eighteen she wasn't allowed to vote and she <music> <hes> as a black woman was completely totally left out of the whole thing anyway just wanted to end the civil rights movement just wanted to let you know. This isn't a long time ago right. There's people alive one lifetime really just generational things moving on here a._m. I is being investigated by the southern district of new york <hes> though it seems to have gone dormant in june an a._m. Is the parent company of the enquirer where trump david pecker works and according to this report from about february through june the f._b._i. Was collecting evidence for prosecutors in southern district district or new york about am i and their ties to saudi arabia. We had beans on this awhile back. When basis wrote his medium op ed saying private security guy thinks that saudi arabia worked worked with the enquirer pecker trump etcetera to blackmail bezos into saying he wasn't a political target from the trump administration and that's why i why i keep putting them on my fantasy indictment team on the molar. She wrote podcast.

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Boomer in this country treat is on our team everything we got them all. We got him on all right. Do you have a lot. It is to get to so let's hit. The high notes hot notes all right news out this weekend. That apparently epstein spent time alone with a young woman in the prisons attorney room the day after he was taken off suicide watch <hes> he was there with her or for at least two hours according to an attorney that was in the prison that same day he said quote the optics were startling because she was young and pretty <hes> okay. I guess <hes> startling but two hours i mean it's in the context it is startling that there'd be a young pretty attorney fifteen minutes. That'd be more concerning rightly little oh quickey right yeah. Our spa nice little changed. Yeah you can get you can get <hes>. You can do some legal stuff two hours. You probably was just like memorizing her face so you go and jerk off leaner. Yeah sorry it's true. He's a cream. It's not you less bank bank. Spank bank lawyer he he speculated and <hes> this guy who saw the woman the woman could be a lawyer. An n._b._c. has reported he would sometimes pay lawyers to sit in the attorney room with him for eight hours at a time so he he would give them their their exorbitant hourly fees for eight hours at a time so he could sit with them in the room so he wouldn't have to be in his cell by himself. This is also called a fraternity. There's a lot of the happen but she didn't have any this. This woman didn't have any files with her. She didn't wasn't carrying a briefcase briefcase improperly case thank empty for ice cream or something you should've had like a frog briefcase full of gold right spongebob episode where patrick is going to work and he has ice cream sundaes as in his briefcase just have a height handcuff on it just to look extra also right but anyway she was very young she would have had to have been the lawyer lawyer said she was so young that she would have had to have been a first year associate and she was casually dressed like for brunch. I saw brenta tire so that's the shirt that says die bitch day in bed yeah brunch shirts. I love ah yoga and whiskey most nash tag but she was casually dressed. I don't know i just think it's odd i personally i think probably there was nothing going on. There's gotta be cameras in those attorneys rooms. <hes> who's going to get to see lake. There's cameras there like you said earlier. We can't trust that anyone's going to do the right thing with the footage so so yeah we were talking about this on the most wrote <hes> main episode <hes> that came out yesterday that yeah no matter what video you get video proof that he did did in fact i by suicide and there was no hoo-ha going on with the young lawyer. No one's gonna believe there's videos anyway just there. It's they've made up their minds and so oh that's just how it's going to be. There's going to be one of those big. Conspiracy theories like <hes> like the first one of the century the moon landing faked the earth is flat nine eleven but you know jeff can't melt and you'll actually to park would not hang out with no not even his hologram last friday a federal appeals court ruled that sleep and soap count as safe and sanitary conditions for detained immigrant children in fact the government must provide adequate sleeping conditions showers soap towels toothbrushes toothpaste and dry clothes rejecting the government's argument that it wasn't required to provide basic hygiene products and sleeping accommodations..

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"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"<music> hello and welcome to the daily beans for monday august august nineteenth two thousand nineteen today epstein female visitor a._m. I in the inquirer under investigation a court ruling about conditions at the border trump fears of recession forced trump rallies elise and nunez buys the farm. I'm your host a._g. And with me today julius johnson and jordan coburn. Hello i wanna clarify. Nunez is still alive. Five just bought a farm yes is that a figure of speech it is because farm is in quotes. <hes> and i'll tell you all about it when we get there because it's the stupidest thing you've ever where did here. How are you guys. How's it going good good good. You've got a couple of interesting shows this week. Yeah coming off the migraine so that was weird. Migraine grain hangovers are no bueno brains work so much slower. It's crazy. It's weird right i i i don't get my migraines personally like every once like i think i'd i'd like to and my whole life and they're more like those ocular migraine so you just see the weird things but it doesn't hurt hurt. He was yeah. I get the things i get the weird vision stuff stuff and then i get really bad pain. Oh yeah and it's like unrelenting right. It's like for like a five hour episode. I've i've got them ever. Since i was a kid i had a friend high school at chronic migraines just like that and she just couldn't go to school some days. One my days like done yet on a bunch of excedrin. Go on with your day. It's like no. I'm having like an episode. Damn sorry and the next day is probably not good either yeah. I'm sorry the hangover dot sucks. Have you tried the <hes>. You know we get like botox injections. Have you tried those new because i don't have them chronically. I only probably get them <hes>. Maybe like four or five times a year which is very lucky if i had them every dude. I would go insane if i had them more than like once. It's every few months yeah yeah. There are people who get a couple of times a week. Yeah it's crazy. It's scary 'cause my vision like goes away like i see all the zigzags and stuff and that's really disturbing and then it just gets worse and worse in my whole vision will be just like kind of blacked out and only be able to see little holes of things dan. That's me tape before i faint. That's a different thing obviously but yeah that's it's very scary. Then knock never fainted. I used to paint pretty often yeah except when i saw andrew mccabe for the first time cute but somebody wheeled up a fainting couch and so i was very i love those guys. I didn't drinking speaking of water that i still don't but definitely back him shane. I used to think it was my panic. Attacks were dehydration owned or not. Just something 'cause like my panic attacks like my vision like i get a tunnel vision and i hear this buzzing ringing sound in and i have to sit down and i like really dizzy. My heart's beating really fast break out in a sweat arms hurt the what is it for you like he's just a dozer panic attacks and and so you know i mean with exercise and working on my self karen stuff. I've been able to take him down a little bit but they've been coming back. It's it's it's super fun but i don't. I don't have that weird hangover afterwards. They just go away. <hes> and it's really only lasts like maybe about fifteen or twenty minutes five hours. Your body needs to purge stuff sometimes and it's just everyone's body has different way of purging stuff. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Mine is unrelenting pain that sucks sorry it is it's also dramatic radic as surely as it should be all right interesting intro but i'm sorry you're struggling with the dehydration..

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"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Past. You just said what do you think is the root of it racism that makes him that you know capable of being hypocritical like i feel like there's if we have obvious evidence we can throw right in his face and be like hey you said this. How is he getting away with is his base. It's just like well. He's white well. He's not like well. He's what is it. I think he's definitely only racist not to take that away from him. The knicks just power. He just wants to money pissing. Does it not just to obama right. He does it to like hillary so many anyone i'm wondering why the bay supports in like at this point he so hypocritical remember. They don't remember police. Show it to them. Oh they don't follow me on twitter. It's fake so deep lake tweet. I don't get it in front of the people that don't want to have we force the truth in front of them. We just vote him out and wait till they die. That's enough but russia and mike and say there have been but we also have to make way. We have to help make room for people who do want to change their minds like the joe. Walsh is and justin a marshes. We can't like a lot of a lot of uh-huh will happen is somebody will change their tune in. They'll go you know like we're doing came out and said i can't support trump anymore. He got attacked by democrats and you stupid fucking shit tell ryan but if we we can't ask people to change and then not allow them to space to change so we don't mind i'll tell you what the on ramp like welcome because when i heard that about the mood was also like ooh fuck like with spicy spice spicy sir. I think it's so hard for me to believe that they didn't know that this says what he was all about the whole time exactly when burning howser san thing yeah and they come out and like apologizing changed their tune it. I'm just so skeptical of it but it's got to to be oh but you're seeing joe. Walsh is like i helped elect someone that is awful and is like the worst president we've ever had exactly. How did you not see this coming. I i just the burn guy. You were talking about in the episode with <hes> buna yeah if people are doing the right thing even though we will you know sketchy about them. At least i should remind myself up to give credit for doing the right thing yeah as sparingly as it may be yeah i mean psychology shows you have to reward the paper that you want because if he punished for it people are just gonna stay..

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"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Foo fighters robert plant hall notes joan jett john fogerty and lots of other old people plus. I'll be there with tiffany tiffany thiessen for real. Come drink with us so check out what we're drinking. I'm dan dan reminding you. That drinking can cause memory loss or even worse memory loss it <hes> being says hello and welcome to the daily beans for monday august nineteenth twenty nineteen today epstein female visitor am i in the acquirer under investigation a court ruling about conditions at the border trump fears of recession forced trump rallies and nunez buys the farm. I'm your host jian with me. Today are julius johnson. Hello jordan coburn hello. They wanna clarify. Noon is still alive. I just bought a farm. Yes is that a figure of speech. <hes> it is because farmers in quotes <hes> and i'll tell you all about it when we get this because it's the stupidest thing you've ever did here. How are you guys. How's it goin' good good good. You've had a couple of interesting shows this week. Yeah coming off the migraines so that was weird. Migraine hangovers are no bueno my brain just work so much slower. It's crazy. It's weird right. I i don't get mike mike migraines personally like every once like i think too and my whole life and they're more like those ocular migraine so you just see the weird things but it doesn't hurt the hurt he was yeah i get the things i get the weird vision stuff and then i get the really bad pain yeah and it's like unrelenting right. Oh yeah it's like for like it's like a five hour episode. I've got them ever since i was a kid. I had a friend of highschool. Wet chronic migraines just like that and she just couldn't go to school. Some days in my day is like done yet. Just pop a bunch of exaggerated and go on with your day. It's like no. I'm having an episode. Damn sorry and the next day is probably not good either yeah. I'm sorry hangover dot sucks. Who have you tried the <hes>. You know you get botox injections. Have you tried those new because i don't have them chronically. I only probably get them. Maybe like four or five times a year. I feel which is very lucky. If i had them every dude i would would go insane if i had them more than once every few months yeah yeah there are people who get them a couple of times a week. Yeah it's crazy. It's scary because my vision like goes away. I like i see all the zigzags and stuff and that's really disturbing and then it just gets worse and worse in my whole vision will be just like kind of blacked out and only be able to see little egg holes calls of things dan. That's right before i faint. That's like a different thing obviously but yeah that's it's very scary. Never fainted knock on never fainted. Did i used to paint pretty often painted except when i saw andrew mccabe for the first time but somebody wheeled up a fainting couch and so i was interesting very i love those guys. I didn't drink enough water that i still down but definitely back him say those guys. I used to think it was my panic. Attacks were dehydration on older not that just my panic attacks like my vision like i got a tunnel vision and i hear this buzzing ringing sound and i have to sit down and i like really dizzy and my heart's beating really fascinating. I break out in a sweat arms. Hurt me but actually get your shit. What is it for you like he's just a dozer panic attacks and and so you know i mean with exercise and and working on my self care and stuff. I've been able to take them down a little bit but they've been coming back. It's it's it's fun but i don't. I don't have that weird hangover hang over afterwards that they just go away and it's really only lasts like maybe about fifteen or twenty minutes <hes> five hours. Your body needs to purge stuff sometimes and it's just everyone's everyone's body has different way of purging stuff..

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"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Past. You just said what do you think is the root of it racism that makes him that you know capable of being hypocritical like i feel like there's if we have obvious evidence we can throw right in his face and be like hey you said this. How is he getting away with is his base. It's just like well. He's white well. He's not like well. He's what is it. I think he's definitely only racist not to take that away from him. The knicks just power. He just wants to money pissing. Does it not just to obama right. He does it to like hillary so many anyone i'm wondering why the bay supports in like at this point he so hypocritical remember. They don't remember police. Show it to them. Oh they don't follow me on twitter. It's fake so deep lake tweet. I don't get it in front of the people that don't want to have we force the truth in front of them. We just vote him out and wait till they die. That's enough but russia and all i can say there have been but we also have to make way. We have to help make room for people who do want to change their minds like the joe. Walsh is and justin a marshes. We can't like a lot of a lot of uh-huh will happen is somebody will change their tune in. They'll go you know like we're doing came out and said i can't support trump anymore. He got attacked by democrats and you stupid fucking shit tell ryan but if we we can't ask people to change and then not allow them to space to change so we don't mind i'll tell you what the on ramp like welcome because when i heard that about the mood was also like ooh fuck like with spicy spice spicy sir. I think it's so hard for me to believe that they didn't know that this says what he was all about the whole time exactly when burning howser san thing yeah and they come out and like apologizing changed their tune it. I'm just so skeptical of it but it's got to to be oh but you're seeing joe. Walsh is like i helped elect someone that is awful and is like the worst president we've ever had exactly. How did you not see this coming. I i just the burn guy. You were talking about in the episode with <hes> buna yeah if people are doing the right thing even though we will you know sketchy about them. At least i should remind myself up to give credit for doing the right thing yeah as sparingly as it may be yeah i mean psychology shows you have to reward the paper that you want because if he punished for it people are just gonna stay..

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"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"nunes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"Foo fighters robert plant hall notes joan jett john fogerty and lots of other old people plus. I'll be there with tiffany tiffany thiessen for real. Come drink with us so check out what we're drinking. I'm dan dan reminding you. That drinking can cause memory loss or even worse memory loss it <hes> being says hello and welcome to the daily beans for monday august nineteenth twenty nineteen today epstein female visitor am i in the acquirer under investigation a court ruling about conditions at the border trump fears of recession forced trump rallies and nunez buys the farm. I'm your host jian with me. Today are julius johnson. Hello jordan coburn hello. They wanna clarify. Noon is still alive. I just bought a farm. Yes is that a figure of speech. <hes> it is because farmers in quotes <hes> and i'll tell you all about it when we get this because it's the stupidest thing you've ever did here. How are you guys. How's it goin' good good good. You've had a couple of interesting shows this week. Yeah coming off the migraines so that was weird. Migraine hangovers are no bueno my brain just work so much slower. It's crazy. It's weird right. I i don't get mike mike migraines personally like every once like i think too and my whole life and they're more like those ocular migraine so you just see the weird things but it doesn't hurt the hurt he was yeah i get the things i get the weird vision stuff and then i get the really bad pain yeah and it's like unrelenting right. Oh yeah it's like for like it's like a five hour episode. I've got them ever since i was a kid. I had a friend of highschool. Wet chronic migraines just like that and she just couldn't go to school some days. Yeah one in my day is like done yet. Just pop a bunch of exaggerated and go on with your day. It's like no. I'm having an episode. Damn sorry and the next day is probably not good either yeah. I'm sorry hangover dot sucks. Who have you tried the <hes>. You know you get botox injections. Have you tried those new because i don't have them chronically. I only probably get them. Maybe like four or five times a year. I feel which is very lucky. If i had them every dude i would would go insane if i had them more than once every few months yeah yeah there are people who get them a couple of times a week. Yeah it's crazy. It's scary because my vision like goes away. I like i see all the zigzags and stuff and that's really disturbing and then it just gets worse and worse in my whole vision will be just like kind of blacked out and only be able to see little egg holes calls of things dan. That's right before i faint. That's like a different thing obviously but yeah that's it's very scary. Never fainted knock on never fainted. Did i used to paint pretty often painted except when i saw andrew mccabe for the first time but somebody wheeled up a fainting couch and so i was interesting very i love those guys. I didn't drink enough water that i still down but definitely back him say those guys. I used to think it was my panic. Attacks were dehydration on older not that just my panic attacks like my vision like i got a tunnel vision and i hear this buzzing ringing sound and i have to sit down and i like really dizzy and my heart's beating really fascinating. I break out in a sweat arms. Hurt me but actually get your shit. What is it for you like he's just a dozer panic attacks and and so you know i mean with exercise and and working on my self care and stuff. I've been able to take them down a little bit but they've been coming back. It's it's it's fun but i don't. I don't have that weird hangover hang over afterwards that they just go away and it's really only lasts like maybe about fifteen or twenty minutes <hes> five hours. Your body needs to purge stuff sometimes and it's just everyone's everyone's body has different way of purging stuff..

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Nunes to send 8 criminal referrals to DOJ over Trump-Russia probe

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Nunes to send 8 criminal referrals to DOJ over Trump-Russia probe

"Republican congressman Devin Nunes plans to send eight criminal referrals to the attorney. General this coming week that focuses on the origin of the Trump Russia investigation. USA's? Rick Vincent reports newness tells Fox News five lame specific people in crimes three deal with conspiracy misleading congress, obstruction and classified leaks. This is kind of a strange situation where you have McCarthyism like new McCarthyism that birds'd with Watergate wannabes. You had unbelievable leaks. That occurred across all of our government. You had all sorts of reporters ninety percent of the press essentially was was in on this. It started by dirtying up he presidential candidate. And that it went onto dirtying up a president newness as the ranking member of the house intelligence

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NASA study finds herpes viruses reactivate in astronauts

Hard Factor

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

NASA study finds herpes viruses reactivate in astronauts

"It seems that both long term missions to the space station and short term missions caused over half of astronauts to have a reactivation or just the shedding of the herpes virus. According to a new study published by the journal frontiers in microbiology, so fifty three percent of astronauts on short term space missions and sixty three percent of astronauts on missions to the international space station had the virus in their saliva and urine

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Kyle Busch ties Petty's record with 200th career NASCAR win

Business Beware

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Busch ties Petty's record with 200th career NASCAR win

"Congressman Republican Devin Nunes suing Twitter for alleged anti conservative bias, the congressman filing a forty page lawsuit against Twitter in Virginia state court Twitter dot commenting on the case.

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Congressman Slaps Twitter with $250M Lawsuit for Conservative Bias

Business Beware

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Congressman Slaps Twitter with $250M Lawsuit for Conservative Bias

"In other news, California, congressman Republican Devin Nunes suing Twitter for alleged anti conservative bias, the congressman filing a forty page lawsuit against Twitter in Virginia state court Twitter dot commenting on the case.

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News in Brief 8 January 2019

UN News

04:15 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 8 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations Guatemala should reconsider its decision to withdraw support for an international panel to tackle impunity United Nations. Chief Antonio Guiterrez said on Tuesday, the UN secretary general's comments followed these Central American countries announcement via letter that it intended to terminate an agreement establishing the international commission against impunity in Guatemala, also known by its initials. CIC I g his u n spokesperson Stefan, g jerick, as you know, secretary general has and continues to support the work of the commission and expect ciguatera. Molly government to provide the commission with all the assistance necessary for the discharge of its functions and activities, including the freedom of movement of its staff and throughout Guatemala as provided in the agreement in September twenty eighteen the head of the UN panel event Velasquez was barred from reentering Guatemala, mister Gutierrez recalled the important contribution to the fight against him. Unity made by the international commission. It was set up in two thousand and six at the invitation of the government and was seen as an effective way to help strengthen the rule of law following the country's civil war which ended in the nineteen ninety s Saudi national behalf. Muhammed? Al Kuni cannot be sent back to the kingdom. Yuen refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday, adding that it was in contact on a daily basis with the eighteen year old who is in Thailand seeking asylum. Speaking to journalists in Geneva, UNHCR spokesperson Bubba, Bella confirmed that the agency intends to examine miss alka Nunes at request for protection in terms of the claim and all of details, which she will be sharing with us in terms of what were the factors that she's trying to run away from? We'll be listening to all those will be premature or even in terms of confidentiality from an individual who talked to us. We won't be going into details. What they have told us. The only thing I can say we look carefully into all. All the claims and trying to find out what are the risk factors to elevate? The claims ahead of UNHCR's involvement. Ms alka, noon said that she had fled from her family and Kuwait to Bangkok airport where her passport was taken away. She says she would be killed if sent back home under international law anyone who claims to me shelter outside their home country cannot be returned to a territory where their life or freedom are threatened. Mr. Ballack said in Iraq around a quarter of a million Syrian refugees and the communities that host them to get better access to healthcare. Thanks to a two and a half million dollar donation by the United States, welcoming the development the World Health Organization or WHO said that the funding would provide urgently needed help to local authorities in the Kurdistan region of Iraq where the refugees live health and other services in Iraq have been stretched since nearly six million people fed via in two thousand fourteen with two point six million still displaced may. Major military operations to retake the country ended in late twenty seventeen. But the humanitarian crisis is far from over you and humanitarian have warned the US contribution will support the provision of primary healthcare in Erbil to hook and Sulaymaniyah as well as provide training for medical professionals to treat people with disabilities and mental illness and finally an energetic campaign that goes a long way to raise awareness about refugees two billion kilometers. In fact, that's the total distance the world's at twenty five point four million refugees cover to reach safety every year. According to you, h CR the UN refugee agency ringers from me on traveled eighty kilometers on average to neighboring Bangladesh it said while those leaving south Sudan travel, six hundred and forty kilometers to reach you Ganda people can participate in the campaign by walking cycling or jogging. The aim is to reach a collective total of two billion kilometers this year. For more information. There's a campaign website where users can lock the number of steps they take in support of the 'cause it's WWW dot step with refugees dot org. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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John Jones, Amanda Nunes And Alexander Gustafsson discussed on Cyber Talk Radio

Cyber Talk Radio

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

John Jones, Amanda Nunes And Alexander Gustafsson discussed on Cyber Talk Radio

"Overtime at UFC two thirty two in LA John Jones, getting ready to go in his bowed. And they are in the cage Jones against Alexander Gustafsson already. Amanda Nunes has knocked out Kris cyborg

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White House digs in on border wall demand, risking shutdown

Lars Larson

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

White House digs in on border wall demand, risking shutdown

"News the standoff over a government shutdown continues as the deadline for a budget deal approaches by the end of the week senators must agree to a continuing resolution to keep government running. But GOP Representative Devin Nunes said on FOX's Sunday morning futures. He feels the numbers don't favor success every Republican all fifty-one. All right. We still need sixty votes in the Senate to end the shutdown but democratic Senator Amy klobuchar is more optimistic saying on CBS face the nation. She thinks it can be averted people on both sides of the aisle that want to find common ground. I think that's possible. But the way that they're acting is not furthering the attempt. President Trump says he trigger a shutdown if a southern border wall is fully

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"nunes" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"nunes" Discussed on AM Joy

"What what can the democrats do with all of this sarah huckabee sanders claims nobody cares about russia this was our on monday well actually dude it every single day that we've been here it's one of the questions you guys ask over and over and over again in fact we spend more time on that than we do any other topic despite the fact that time and time again poll after poll says that frankly no one cares about this issue and it's certainly not the thing that keeps people up at night sorry about that i cut you off a poll shows americans do believe 50 percent believe that donald trump's campaign did collude with russia forty percent that he didn't you were going to say author well the the issue is not so much colluding with russia that's bad and it's very serious that's actually the most serious problem but the one the american people care about is honesty devin nunes is dishonest the president's dishonest devon newness has has the american intelligence capacity which is what john mccain who for whatever you may think of john mccain nobody can denies patriotism except for donald trump boosts really not serious player anymore even though he's president so um you know i i think that the real issue with can you trust the republicans to do anything and the answer is no for a lawful out of people we saw that in virginia i think we're going to see a big time in the in the congressional race in two thousand eighteen yeah i mean there's that their various polls that show the generic ballot had democrats are doing then you've got economists polled came out on their most recent one is actually closer than most it's forty one for democrats thirty seven for republicans and sort of the same percentage for republicans that are for donald trump can democrat keep this momentum going all the way through the midterms.

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"nunes" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"She he was reporting tonight the court that approved the surveillance of a former campaign adviser to president donald trump was aware that some of the information underpinning the warrant was paid for by a political entity though the applications did not specifically name the democratic national committee or the hillary clinton presidential campaign according to us officials familiar so they're not even correct in this memo when they say that there was no knowledge of the political influence your thoughts david this memo is garbage in the sense that it can't be used to come to any conclusive understanding of what went on in the application process fis applications this is what you give to a secret court to get the right despite american because those are the protections we have you know run between 40 fifteen sixty pages they can cite you know public information but often they cite private information and we just have devin nunes nunez's word here are those of his staffers that this memo is an accurate characterization of what they presented to the court to get a warrant for quarterpage the little bit the one or two paragraphs up me are inaccurate which make me believe everything throughout the whole lot throughout the memo might be an actor didn't in accurate nb park tanaka well they're trying to discredit steel in lots of ways that he had a view about donald trump being bats connected to the russians oh my god and that the fbi after he spoke to me i wrote a piece about him october 31st before the election and in name them but the fbi could see that he will you could figure out he had spoken to me that they terminated their relationship with him as if he was a bad source and therefore and this is even after though the application so it's really irrelevant lot away they just doing it to discredit steal but the point was he didn't have an official relationship with the fbi he was working with an informally out of his sense of civic responsibility yet so you know he wasn't lying to them and and acting in a in in a in a sort of negative way but they're trying to really make him out to be the bad guy so they can make this worn out to be bad even though it to a sideshow it's about a a very very very small slice of.

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"nunes" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

The Point with Chris Cillizza

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nunes" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza

"Dnc look that's a lot to taken here's the point if you were inclined to believe that the senior administrators the fbi and the justice department conspired against donald trump you will take this memo as proof positive of that fact what i struggle with is this the fbi director again in chris wray what someone donald trump put into the office after he fired james comey was as an pick guy so chris wray said he didn't think the memo should be released in through the fbi put out a statement that said quote with regard to the house intelligence committees memorandum the fbi was provided a limited opportunity to review this mammal the day before the committee voted release it as expressed during our initial review we have grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memos accuracy marie that last bargain we have grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memos accuracy that's a big deal because again the fbi director chris wray is someone who donald trump handpicked for this office rod rosenstein the deputy attorney general who is running point on this whole thing because the attorney general jeff sessions had recused himself hence also said it's a bad idea to release the melo for the same reasons so what's difficult here is that you have trump and some members of the house intelligence committee republicans saying the memo is proof positive of a deep take conspiracy but we also don't know all the facts we simply do not know everything that is out there about these faisal warrants and why they were issued we have devin nunes his view in the view of the majority of house republicans on the intelligence committee but we don't have the full picture yet it could be a huge deal we just don't know that's the point four february the second thanks for listening for more updates throughout the week sign up for my newsletter that cnncom slash the point if you like this audio briefing which i hope you do since you're listening to it spread.

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