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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Starting to go down. We heard. Hey, Something's going on the Capitol. Well, we just thought we're gonna be coming in and talking about the George election, right? Well, they're serious enough. Which was serious enough. We had all kinds of guests lined up and, you know, break it down. What's gonna happen with Senate? You know, across the board House Senate president and then we're coming in here and we're sitting in and we got in a few minutes early, because well, he wasn't here yesterday. So we're both watching the T. I come in here. I was a few minutes behind Rocky and he's got his feet up. Looking at the TV is we have three TV's in here, and he's looking up at the TV sense of what are you looking at on D goes look, and I was like, Oh, my God, There's a guy hanging from the balcony. Yeah, that's so Anyway, So I want to give my my thoughts on this year. And because the question I've been asking myself from yesterday on through today is Why were those people down there? What? Why was everyone so mad? What caused 220,000 people to go down there? Plus the other Countless thousands of that were in support. What caused that? Why were all the people so mad now? The easy answer is Because they believed that the election was fraudulent, Right? Correct. Which is incorrect. Well, maybe not. But see, But let me let me address that real quick, So You know, according to many poles like 40 to 45% of people, Democrats, Republicans, independents say, Man, there is something that just wasn't 100% crystal clear, pristine about that election 70% Of Republicans because they don't want to believe it. See? There you go. You're you're doing. You're doing exactly what is going on down here, Which is what I'm getting to quit the issue wire people so mad because people are doing that. Okay? That's one issue. The other reason is because in D C And everywhere, many down there up here around the country. Many people believe that there's a double standard on how things are viewed and how things are treated. That's that's at the root of what happened yesterday in the lead up to it everything many folks believe. It's a double standard on how things are viewed and how things are treated now. Of course, as I said yesterday, I'm sure you said yesterday. The violence yesterday was awful, right. It was wrong. Didn't help anything. Okay? We've said that. For going on, however long I've been on this channel, right? Because, in my opinion one the violence happens, and people are fearful people shut down their ears right. They turned their ears off. They don't want to listen to what's going on. Okay, so, so that's happening. What? But then you also have folks saying I watched this violence happen All. Last year, I watched the Portland courthouse gets seized for a month. Okay, Watch the Wisconsin Capital get burned out. I watch cities everywhere get burned out, and the overriding claim by the media and many folks out there was other just expressing their First Amendment rights. Double standard exact same thing that was happening yesterday. What happened all last year treated very, very differently. Another example. 2016 election half the country watched The other half. Say, not my president. Okay, impeaching. Maxine Waters. Sheila Jackson. Lee always make contested the election the same as folks did yesterday, right, But they was allowed to happen. They're allowed to express their frustration and their distrust of boys. Shouldn't we look into that? It was encouraged and it was followed. Okay. Another example. 3.5 years. Russian collusion was priest. It was dug into every rock was Oh, under turnabout. How can we find this? Where is it turned out to be absolutely zero credible evidence for it. We watched the media follow all of this. Okay? We watched them dive into a story about Trump watching two hookers pee on each other in a Russian hotel and deemed that is credible and follow that and we boy, we got a look in that that was deemed credible. But then last October, 100 Biden's emails come out, okay, that should and you know, and even in the lead up that people say how's Hunter Biden, who has no experience in the energy energy industry, getting paid $60,000 a month by you? Could there possibly maybe be some sort of issue where he used his father's position to a rich himself and richest family. Okay? And it turned out but the meetings that not note nothing there. We can't talk about that turned out after the election. It was true. It was absolutely true. Another double standard, okay? Yeah, I know me, too. Movement, right? Well, everyone watched Brett Kavanaugh get systematically disembowel on TV over allegations that again turned out to be false. But when it happens to a Joe Biden when someone Hey, you know that wasn't what? We were not looking that we were gonna express that right? Raphael Warnock, who just got less You do the Georgia Senate. Same thing. You should listen to the testimony his wife gave about how he ran over her foot. And you how evil How mean and destructive yet now maybe it's Bs. Maybe it, Isse. Probably it is. But it was never allowed to be followed. We weren't allowed to ask the questions, okay? Where No one's allowed the question so I could go on and on and on. But until the double standard is addressing this country, people are going to be upset. People are going to be upset and they're gonna go on and on until people can say yesterday was awful and deplorable like I am but also what happened all last summer is deplorable and awful. Until that happens, And there's people who are going to get more and more enraged the double standard. There can't be two sets of rules. In my opinion that was at the root of what happened. Yesterday. Okay? It was all of that. It wasn't just about the election. People are saying I'm sick and tired of being two sets of rules from one half the country compared to the other half. That's what it was, in my opinion. All right, Well, I'm going to need him meet picked to go through all that We got fire way, Boss. Come listen to the tape. But for one thing, Yeah, I get what you're saying about. And I've heard this argument yada yada yada about last summer and what happened yesterday again? The difference is when you attack The United States of America's Capitol building. As what I hear. Ah, Willie referred to it earlier as the Citadel of Democracy. Yes, that is where we stand. Every American could look to that building and no That's where it happens. That's where democracy happened. Like it or not. Which whichever side you're on. You know tough, but that's where it all goes down. And for these people to breach that building for the first time in over 200 years, speaks a lot louder than Portland, Oregon's Courthouse, which is so they're federal bill building means nothing but the capital means something. Yes, it's wrong. It's thuggery. They're punks was idiot. What? When you attack the citadel of American democracy. You don't think people are going to get enraged. I am And I want a large I woz. But I'll ask you were the people that attacked the Portland courthouse in the washing capital, where they put their thumb where they punks and thugs. Okay, Exactly. So we're on the same page defending them at all. I'm just saying, this is next level is all I'm saying. When you attack the capital building of the United States of America, you've gone way too far. I don't care what disagree, but I understand what you're saying..

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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Questions or feedback or interested in the PODCAST network, Roy's interested in new voices. Alright. Thanks so much talk to you soon I, welcome welcome another episode of Champagne Sharks this is Kenny. Here Mario was one all be smart. You can catch me on twitter at MD seventy nine. I. No, I've been. Out of commission lately with you know things calm down here. You'll see here more of me soon as I get my bearings right there those a lot going on. With pin damage and corona and all that stuff. So man, I've been getting a lot of hours at work and things that you know just man by the time I get home. Drain. So I can dig that man especially in the summertime you know as hot as hell man. And I'm on you guys can find me on twitter at Lazarus lives X. Three. Most of UCS streaming on youtube a lot of we we probably stream more than we do record the podcast but we all over the place lately because of the pandemic eating, there's a lot going on but you guys can subscribe. You can subscribe to. Youtube page you go to champagne sharks youtube page. You can subscribe. Scripted a patriot. You can find some patriot. Champagne sharks become a patron for five dollars less than a blunt. So. You can become a patron in can find t t t is on T. Ricky Ross on twitter and also the champagne sharks twitter page. You can follow us on pace starts a podcast on twitter. So yeah, and what is tell you really mean we really appreciate pensions. We appreciate all of you that that go we appreciate all of our listeners support. We you know. When never special start outside all of our patients man because you know I know it's a difficult times for a lot of people who financially you know now they got this thing where they're talking about there's a coin shortage. So they don't WanNa you saw today and my local store man I was begging rated by coffee and seven eleven and. Exact change only or yeah. I'm. What they say what the problem was with the coins I forgot what it was, but the coins are out there they just can't find him or some shit. That's such a twenty twenty. Pandemic Racial. Alan dimes are gonNA remember they were going to get rid of pennies years ago they to get rid of the penny but they didn't, and then they started making those new quarters, those new dimes and new Nichols and stuff. So I duNno, it's crazy by. Coin shortage out. You walk down the street at any American city you can come up with a dollar. Yeah Nielsen. But anyway if I but we. We appreciate you guys hanging in there even though you know some of us, the financial French may be coming on US and. We just preach guys breaking that five dollars a month. Especially the people that the newspapers the day one subscribers in especially the the youtube people on Youtube man like since we we've been streaming on Youtube, we've got a lot of interactions through periscope twitch due to we're going to be able to see us on facebook live soon, get together, and also you'll be seen in a lot of Vita Star. She's new platform. So I was one appreciate everybody for welcome in her and making her feel comfortable. You know what I mean this big Mike passed away recipes just keep pushing for all the people that's been riding with from the since day one when he was on a different up what was the name of the platform? Remember went to Hill that. They were so raggedy. Whatever that other platform was? An android phone and we'll sound like darth. Vader. Must respect everybody. That's been supporters man. We appreciate you guys in. We can do like when this is all over we meet up and do a live show. That's the goal. In California because I go New York. On out there. Yeah. But you mean Mario was talking off the air in something. You know we wanted to address this whole idea of quote unquote the feds what's going on with you live I'm here in. PORTLAND. So. I get offended sometimes people who have these assumptions about what's going on in Portland when it comes to these federal police officers that are here, and there's a lot of things going on when it comes to the federal government right now and how the infiltrating groups gangs, all kinds of going on right now. You must be you want to speak on Mario well first of all, let's let's let's keep Kinney and prayer because you know at any given moment Kenny can be of deductive and west of the unmarked car. If we don't want that to happen, you know what I'm saying I can is very active. He gets outside and business thing on my bike Leila's by with with with taking safety precaution with his mask and all that those who don't want Kenny they swooped in on mark. Vehicle. TAKE IT TO AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION In the woods somewhere, right? Exactly. No was reporting now some of the stuff. Going with better with the fans particularly in your in your area, your neck of the woods Portland in in the in the northwest period. Extends all. Stems from Donald Trump, telling William bar to get more active in you know unleash the fans on the people right and so you saw what happened they came with a heavy hand up there in Portland and Seattle, and now we're getting reports of going into other parts of the country to hear some stuff happening in. Chicago we I stuff stuff maybe happening in New York and so it seems that they have a strategy that they're trying to follow and. So far. I gotta give it to Portland. I've talked about this the other day off the Air I'll say man, I tell you what you can say whatever you want about four the man. But you know soon as those fair star cracking down, they didn't bow and they came back out stronger in. It got so bad was like challenge accepted. The protest went to the mayor's house I'll wear it I didn't even hear about that protest and went to the mayor's house the Mayor March with the people and he tear gas. I did hear something about that. Yeah. I. Did hear something about that. Yeah. In the governor the Governor Kate. Brown. Now, she's stepping up saying that the organ police will not even the Portland police. The state police are GONNA be protecting the protesters. So That's why twenty the you know with a chance to see cop on cop violence. Oh. Okay. So that's what bad was. Okay. Till the state, the Oregon State police are protecting protesters near the courthouse downtown and near the federal building. Downtown. And those federal, those federal police officers are outnumbered. So let me ask a little. Let me ask you some of the layout of downtown Portland because this is what this is one of the things as fusing from what I understand. They only have so much authority to work down there as far as talking about the federal agents. Yeah. They're they're Michigan is supposed to protect the federal buildings. Staff. Is that where the majority of the protests happening or or the federal building? This is how small downtown. Seattle Houston downtown Seattle downtown Seattle Looks Damn near identical to downtown. Portland is just downtown Seattle is five times bigger. So downtown Portland you have pyner square you have the federal building and literally two blocks over you have the Oregon courthouse. So the protesters are down there and both places there in the end the Police Department of Justice Center across the street from the courthouse so you have protesters at the police station you have protesters. At the Justice Center and have protests at the federal building. Now, this is what people understand. The federal police have already been here because they protect the federal building. So this is not anything new about federal police being here and they've always been here. You know what I mean is just that they brought in extra ones from different places to I guess enforce they're going they're going places that aren't the federal building you know what I'm. Saying their front of the police station and the different places, and what happened is they started hurting people they started.

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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Questions or feedback or interested in the PODCAST network Roy's interested in new voices. Alright. Thanks so much talk to you. Soon, I welcome welcome another episode of Champagne Sharks. This is Kenny. Here. Mario. Was One all be smart. You can catch me on twitter at MD mill seventy, nine I. No, I've been. Out of commission lately with you know things calm down here. You'll see here more of me soon as I get my bearings right there those a lot going on. With pin damage and corona and all that stuff. So man, I've been getting a lot of hours at work and things that you know just man by the time I get home. Drain. So I could dig that man especially in the summertime, you know as hot as hell man. And I'm on you guys can find me on twitter at Lazarus lives X. Three. Most of UCS streaming on youtube a lot of we we probably stream more than we do record the podcast but we all over the place lately because of the pandemic eating, there's a lot going on but you guys can subscribe. You can subscribe to Youtube Page you go to champagne sharks, youtube page. You can subscribe. Scripted a Patriot you can find some Patriot champagne sharks become a patron for five dollars less than a blunt. So. You can become a patron in can find t t t is on T. Ricky Ross on twitter and also the champagne sharks twitter page you can follow us on pace starts a podcast on twitter so yeah, and what is tell you really mean we really appreciate it pensions we appreciate all of you that that go we appreciate all of our listeners support supports we you know When never special start outside all of our patients man because you know I know it's a difficult times for a lot of people who financially you know now they got this thing where they're talking about there's a coin shortage so they don't WanNa. You saw today and my local store man I was begging rated by coffee and seven eleven and about exact change only or yeah. I'm. What they say what the problem was with the coins I forgot what it was, but the coins are out there they just can't find him or some shit. That's such a twenty twenty. Pandemic Racial Alan dimes are gonNA remember they were going to get rid of pennies years ago they and get rid of the penny but they didn't and then they started making those new quarters those new dimes and new Nichols and stuff. So I duNno, it's. It's crazy by. Coin shortage out. You walk down the street at any American city you can come up with a dollar. Yeah Nielsen But anyway if I but we. We appreciate you guys hanging in there even though you know some of us, the financial French may be coming on US and We just preach guys breaking that five dollars a month especially the people that the newspapers the day one subscribers in especially the the youtube people on Youtube man like since we we've been streaming on Youtube. We've got a lot of interactions through periscope twitch due to we're going to be able to see us on facebook live soon, get together and also you'll. Be Seen in a lot of Vita star she's new platform. So I was one appreciate everybody for welcome in her and making her feel comfortable. You know what? I mean this big Mike passed away recipes just keep pushing for all the people that's been riding with from the since day one when he was on a different up what was the name of the platform? Remember went to Hill that. They were so raggedy. Whatever that other platform was? An android phone and we'll sound like darth vader. Must respect. Everybody. That's been supporters man. We appreciate you guys in. We can do like when this is all over. We meet up and do a live show. That's the goal. In California because I go New York. On out there. Yeah. But you mean Mario was talking off the air in something. You know we wanted to address this whole idea of quote unquote the feds what's going on with? In Portland. So I get offended sometimes people who have these assumptions about what's going on in Portland when it comes to these federal police officers that are here and there's a lot of things going on when it comes to the federal government right now and how the infiltrating groups gangs, all kinds of going on right now. You must be you want to speak on Mario. First of all, let's let's let's keep Kinney and prayer because you know at any given moment, Kenny can be of deductive and west of the unmarked car. We don't want that to happen. You know what I'm saying I can is very active he he gets outside and business thing on my bike Leila's by with with with taking safety precaution with his mask and all that those who don't want Kenny they swooped in on Mark Vehicle. Take it to. An undisclosed location. In the woods somewhere, right? Exactly. No was reporting now some of the stuff. Going with better with the fans particularly in your in your area, your neck of the woods Portland in in the in the northwest period. Extends. All. Stems from Donald Trump telling William bar to get more active in you know unleash the fans on the people right and so you saw what happened they came with a heavy hand up there in Portland and Seattle and now we're getting reports of going into other parts of the country to hear some stuff happening in Chicago we I stuff stuff maybe happening in New York and so it seems that they have a strategy that they're trying to follow and So far, I gotta give it to Portland I've talked about this the other day off the Air I'll say man I tell you what you can say whatever you want about four the man but you know soon as those fair star cracking down, they didn't bow and they came back out stronger in. It got so bad was like challenge accepted. The. Protest went to the mayor's house. I'll wear it. I. Didn't even hear about that protest and went to the mayor's house the Mayor March with the people and he tear gas. You know what? I think. I did hear something about that. Yeah. I did hear something about that. Yeah. In the governor, the Governor Kate Brown now she's stepping up saying that the organ police will not even the Portland police. The state police are GONNA be protecting the protesters. So that's why twenty the and you know with the chancellor cop on Cop Violence Oh. Okay. So that's what bad was. Okay. Till the state, the Oregon State police are protecting protesters near the courthouse downtown and near the Federal Building Downtown. And those federal, those federal police officers are outnumbered. So let me ask you little. Let me ask you some of the layout of downtown Portland because this is what this is. One of the things as fusing from what I understand. They only have so much authority to work down there as far as talking about the federal agents. Yeah. Their they're mission is supposed to protect the federal buildings. Staff. Is that where the majority of the protests happening or or the federal building? This is how small downtown. Seattle Houston downtown Seattle downtown Seattle Looks Damn near identical to downtown Portland is just downtown. Seattle is five times bigger. So downtown Portland, you have pyner square, you have the federal building and literally two blocks over you have the Oregon courthouse. So the protesters are down there and both places there in the end, the Police Department of Justice Center across the street from the courthouse. So you have protesters at the police station you have protesters at the Justice Center and you protests at the federal building. Now, this is what people get understand. The federal police have already been here because they protect the federal building. So this is not anything new about federal police being here and they've always been here. You know what I mean is just that they brought in extra ones from different places to I guess enforce they're going they're going places that aren't the federal building. You know what? I'm saying their front of the police station and other different places and what happened is they started hurting people they started hitting.

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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Rob Talk Podcast

Rob Talk Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on Rob Talk Podcast

"Welcome to rob talk podcast where I bring you the latest Progressive News and politics in ten minutes or less I'm Robert Cunningham. Thank you for tuning in. Let's get informed. Attorney General William Barr appeared before the Democratic led House Judiciary Committee yesterday. Bars considered by some to be corrupt ag who will blindly defend the president or worse. The House Judiciary Committee press to the G on a number of incidents which call into question is agency's independence and USA for CNN says, Jerry Nadler the chair of the committee has said the House is looking into impeaching bar for politicizing investigations bar defend himself from the accusation that he was not independent from trump saying that he feels he has complete freedom to do what is right Bar also pushed back on his politicizing of the DOJ saying it was not true and then Michael Flynn and Roger Stone didn't deserve to be worse because they were the president's friends. The attorney general then went on to claim that federal forces have a duty to defend the Portland Oregon courthouse, which has been under national scrutiny recently since the arrests of peaceful protesters there by unmarked federal agents. Chair Jerry. Nadler. Reprimanded AG bar for causing the use of pepper spray and batons on these protesters and the pursuit of a political objective further as representative Sheila jackson-lee was pressing bar on systemic racism and policing outright denied it existed responding to her saying quote. I don't agree there systemic racism in the police department generally in this country. So it turns out the Coronavirus Relief Bill I've been talking with you all about for the past few episodes does have some sneaky unrelated stuff in it? mainly. In as funds for a new FBI headquarters, NPR reports, Multiple Democrats and Republicans have raised objections to this provision snuck in by trump Republican Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell told reporters, he does not support the funding on the grounds that isn't related to the immediate coronavirus needs. Quote. When we get to the end of the process, I would hope all the non-co vid related measures are out no matter what bills they were in at the start. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer included the new FBI headquarters in a list of unacceptable things included in the bill. Bernie. Sanders actually pointing out some crazy things in the coronavirus relief bill. Get this. He says over two separate tweets, the Senate Republican plan. And then he lists twenty nine point four, billion dollars for the Pentagon,.

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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm the only person in the world doesn't care about naked Athena. This's the chick in Portland during the riots. Sitting there naked legs, Kimbo. I And this this is strong and powerful. What's wrong with you? No, no, it wasn't. It's the weirdest thing ever. We have a real problem, Understanding the difference between strength. And posturing. She was just a crazy lady. In any other situation. You see a naked woman. Her legs spread knees up, You know, just there in front of the line of police Officer you like that lady's crazy? You saw that lady walking down the street, you'd walk on the other side of the street. You would not walk up to her and say You are such an inspiration. Stop talking. Yet somehow, in this case, it's like Uh you are you you are just I hope my daughter grows up to be just like you. Said No one ever. Tony Cats, Tony Gods today 833 Got Tony 8334688669 Let me give you a little bit of An update On the protester violence and as we were discussing If you were Teo to go to the Google box. And type in mostly peaceful you'll actually find stories of the mostly peaceful protests all across America. Wow. How do you even Come to this. Place New York Times protests mostly peaceful continue across the country. U. S. Protests continue, but stay mostly peaceful. Guys. I was a part of the tea party movement. An original organizer of the Tea Party. I was called violence every single day, it was asked if it was fake. It was an attack. It was viciousness. The only thing that could ever come up with is a claim spurious and false. I should just say straight up falls that Andrew Breitbart's spit on a member of Congress. Didn't happen. Never prove I think I think back to the day he put up 100 grand to prove it. Meanwhile, let me give you the round up of what the bloody hell has been happening all across the country. In Portland, Oregon. Courthouse fence breached You've got the wall of the wall of moms is adorable wall of Mom's These woke white women protecting violent rioters. By the way, there's no word whether these were actually moms or these are actually the riders themselves. Just up is the moms. No idea. Attacks against police everywhere in Seattle, they blew a hole in a police precinct. And eight and hold You have 21 officers that were hit by bricks, rocks and explosives. Businesses. I have no idea how they're going to be able to clean up. AUSTIN, Texas. You have this shooting now? I have been trying to figure out what the heck happened in this shooting. And here's what I know. At this moment. I don't believe it. Anything. So let me make sure that I've got it. The guy who was shot and killed His name is Garrett Foster. He's being remembered, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As a man dedicates, exercising a second Amendment rights, standing out racial injustice and caring for his fiancee. There's a crazy, incredible story in here. He's Engaged to this woman. He's white. His fiancee is black. She Is a quadruple amputee. That's who she is. They found each other. They're in love. God bless he is carrying. A firearm. I believe it was an AK 47. I have absolutely positively no issue with this at all. You can carry a firearm. I have 00 issue with somebody carrying a fire. Well as the story goes. He was shot and killed because he approached the car. And the person in the car, saw the weapon and then shot at him. But that's not the whole of the story. The man in the car. Says that he was approached by a whole bunch of people, his car surrounded. And maybe the guy Foster with the 47 pointed the firearm, madam. He thought he was getting fired about. He thought he was under attack, and therefore He responded. I am not putting Foster guard foster into this Place of, you know. Ah, What's what? I'm looking for Angel. I don't know what happened yet. I'm waiting for more investigation. The whole thing is nuts. Now you're seeing more and more people armed. They went. There's a group that went down to Louisville. This This should have been the frontline story. I'm sorry I didn't lead with it. There's a group that goes down to Louisville in the name of the group. Not F ing around. No, no, no, no, It's not like I'm leading up to the name. That's the name of the group, not F it around. Right, and they don't They don't say the f I n They have a theory. That when the Constitution isn't working for the people when the government work for the people, according to the Constitution, that government should be abolished, and the government's not working for the people, So let's rip this mother up. Okay? They show up with guns. Again. My issue is not the person with a firearm. But they don't know how to use a firearm and one of them shot three others off them. They shot themselves. Which probably helped create a compared to other places. Nonviolence night in Louisville, Kentucky. Because Can you imagine? Of these people came down to do what they wanted to do. And of course, they're coming down to do what they want to do. They're trying to destroy that's what they're doing. Just so we're perfectly clear. So that's what happened in Louisville. You have a man who died in Austin, and we still need more information. On that. And I'm not even anywhere near done, guys. I am not done with the violence that took place. All over America. I'm the one who's noting that it is clearly violent. Clearly without question. Violent. Seattle. Portland, Louisville, Austin. You have Aurora, Colorado, where vehicle drives to a crowd. Well, I don't know if that's people who are trying to block the roads, and this is great people like if they blocked the roads, they're trying to get your attention. You should be listening to them. They blocked the roads they should expect to be run over. They're not stronger than the car and they have no right to stop. Somebody moving from point A to point B. Let's get it straight. Your freedom of speech does not include the right to stop someone from moving freely about the cabin and you will get run over or you will get trucked. One way or another. You're moving. You are not that special. Well, I do a favor your right to speak freely and I do favor your right to protest. I don't favour your right to usual rights to stop somebody else from engaging in their rights. In that case, you're the 1,000,000,000 screw you Screw off. You're done. Move a side child. Yes, but we have an important story to tell. No one cares. The minute you're blocking traffic. Your story doesn't mean anything. No one gives a damn So stop telling me about it. And stop telling you that people who are you are driving about living. Their lives are wrong. They're right bottles being thrown at them rocks being thrown at them, and they should just sit there and take it. The dopest thing I've ever heard in my life. Meanwhile, in Aurora, Colorado, demonstrators pushed on offense through objects at officers on broke windows and start a fire inside the city Courthouse, you know? Mostly peaceful. Authorities described you love Oakland, California, Hundreds of protesters marched through downtown Oakland, smashing windows of the city's police headquarters and setting a fire inside the Alameda County courthouse. Mostly peaceful. Then there's Oma. They're sweet over Ha, Nebraska. There was AH, 75 to 80 people who are taking the custody after police declared an unlawful assembly. This with the Omaha World Herald. So it's about 9 15 in the evening. And there they are. Blocking traffic. And Facebook Post suggested damage is being planned for the downtown area. Okay? Um Not surprised. Now, this clearly didn't get the levels of some other places. That's because police, you know the ones the others wanted to fund. Did their job knew what was going on, were able to monitor stop that before it started. Mostly. Peaceful. Is what they want to tell you. Except it's not mostly peaceful. It's alive. Now. The question has to be. Why are they lying to you? What's the point? Of the lie. What do they win from it? What do they get from it? Lawrence Jones. Eyes over there at Fox is good, good dude, and he was doing a special It was Fox Nation and he went into Chicago and well Listen to part of this. You got over 50 people that were shot over. We can correct.

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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And New York held its primary a month ago. Today, ballots are still being counted, but we are starting to get some results. It is Thursday, July 23rd The news is next. Line from NPR NEWS. I'm Korova Coleman. President. Trump says he plans to send federal law enforcement officers to two more cities experiencing spikes in violent crime. Chicago and Albuquerque, New Mexico. They'll include agents from the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. Judy Fortin o of member station Ur says this initiative began in Kansas City, Missouri. Initiative is dubbed Operation Legend. After a Kansas City boy shot and killed earlier this year, 200 federal agents are said to be sent to Kansas City. Local leaders are concerned that could raise tensions between the community and police. Mayor Quentin Leagues Disputes trumps contention that the city spiking crime is linked to recent protests. We've had an increase in shooting activity. It's almost the beginning of the year and so to suggest otherwise is to try to not just dog whistle, but frankly, dog bar U. S. Attorney General William Bar claimed Operation Legend had already netted 200 arresting Honda City. At the Kansas City Star later reported those figures dated back to late last year for NPR News. I'm Jodi Patino in Kansas City. Meanwhile, officials in Oregon are suing the Trump administration to get federal agents out of Portland. They've been deployed to protect federal buildings. Some agents tear gassed a crowd last night, including Portland's mayor. China is strongly criticizing the U. S decision to close Beijing's consulate in Houston. China rejects US allegations The consulate was being used as a base for industrial espionage. NPR's Emily Fang reports. China is now considering retaliatory measures. China did not specify what that retaliation could look like the U. S. Operates five consulates in China and Chinese state media has suggested China closed one of those in Reprisal. At a regular press briefing Thursday, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the U. S had quote severely violated international law principles and was quote dismantling the bridge between the people of the U. S and China. Tensions between two countries are at their worst in at least three decades as the U. S and China clash over how each handle the Corona virus. Beijing Strengthening grip over Hong Kong and China is lack of human rights. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing The House has voted to remove statues of Confederate leaders and defenders of slavery from Capitol Hill, California Democratic representative Barbara Lee, This is very dear to me in terms of Making sure that all of these monuments to that horrific period and beyond Not glorified anymore. In this capital. About 10 statues have been identified for removal, including one of former Supreme Court Chief justice Roger B. Tani. He authored the dread Scott decision that ruled African Americans were not citizens. Some have called for the tawny bust to be replaced with one of Thurgood Marshall. First black justice on the U. S. Supreme Court. The bill now goes to the Senate. You're listening to NPR news, and I see it is w N Y. C in New York, four minutes after eight o'clock. Good morning. I'm David. 1st 74 degrees. Now in New York City. We're expecting a high today of 87 with partly sunny skies. And a chance for severe thunderstorms this afternoon with President Trump planning to send armed federal agents to Chicago to assist with crime control. Mayor De Blasio says he'll sue if similar steps were taken in New York. The mayor explained his reasoning on CNN last night. It's unconstitutional for the federal government. To go into a local jurisdiction to do day to day law enforcement that are police do Are police know how to do. Cuomo, however, says Trump assured him he'd be warned before any federal agents were sent to New York and said he doesn't think they're needed to control crime agents from Homeland security investigations are accused of grabbing protestors off the streets in Portland, Oregon. Courthouse functions that moved online during the Corona virus pandemic now need to adapt to a hybrid model. That's according to a new report by the Surveillance Technology Oversight project. A nonprofit civil rights group director Albert Foxconn says rushing to reopen the courts will jeopardize public health. But creating smaller community courts equipped for social distancing would allow for more hearings that are safe and secure. It's not kidding everyone to congregate at one single facility downtown, but because the computer technology would be maintained by the state or by the city You wouldn't have the same vulnerabilities is relying on people logging on from home. A spokesperson for the States Office of Court Administration says the agency welcomes new ways to modernize its complex system. The chairman of the empty A Pat Foy says the agency is facing a fiscal tsunami created by the cover on the Corona virus pandemic. He says the empty needs almost $4 billion this year and another six billion next year just to maintain service. Gothamist reporter Christopher Robin's says Boy is looking to Washington for help. If the federal government doesn't come through in the way the empty needs it to chairman Voice said that rider should expect Service cuts. They should expect fare hikes beyond the normal built in fare increases that the MTR already institutes Bus and subway ridership this week is down more than 77% compared to last year. 74 degrees now. Ah, high of 87 Today Another hot day. A heat advisory in effect starts at noon goes until eight o'clock this evening and then we have a chance for the rain this afternoon. Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon into this evening. Support for NPR comes from Crowdstrike Crowdstrike Security Cloud is designed to protect businesses from cyberattacks, ransomware and data theft, whether working from home or in the office. Mora crowdstrike dot com slash NPR. On.

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"oregon courthouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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06:12 min | 1 year ago

"oregon courthouse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, was named for its many memorials to Confederate veterans. Now on Ly one statue remains and black residents are reclaiming the space. Many say it feels transformed. If you're black, you get a funny look being here like you don't belong, but now it just feels comfortable. It feels good. I'm David. First it's morning edition from NPR and W N. Y. C. Jordan's prime minister issues a warning to the United States. Congress is a step closer to passing 1/5 Corona virus relief bill. And New York held its primary a month ago. Today, ballots are still being counted, but we are starting to get some results. It is Thursday, July 23rd The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Corvette Coleman. President Trump is deploying more federal law enforcement officers in certain U. S. Cities. This is called Operation Legend and NPR's Gile, Snyder says it's the president's push for what he calls law and order. The president confirmed the expansion during a Wednesday event at the White House, saying his administration is surging federal officers to Chicago in Albuquerque. He unveiled the plan with Attorney General borrowed his side and he was asked about it during his second Corona virus briefing, and as many days, Chicago should be calling US and Social, Philadelphia and Detroit and others. You go in and really help them because when you're losing many people a weekend Many, many people, you see the same numbers as I do. When you losing these people they should call us and they should say Come on in. The administration says Operation Legend is separate from the controversial deployment of federal law enforcement to Portland, Oregon, But it's met with skepticism from some Democratic mayors of president accuses of not doing enough to address violent crime. Kyle Snyder. NPR news Protests against racial injustice continued in Portland last night, and the mayor of the Oregon City was tear gassed by federal law enforcement officers. Mayor, 10 Wheeler was standing with protesters near a fence that was surrounding a federal courthouse of fire and recently been set near the building. Florida's governor is facing a lawsuit over his order requiring schools to reopen this fall. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The governor has given a media address, saying concerns about the Corona virus should not keep Children out of school. The union representing Florida's teachers is suing to block an order requiring all school districts offer in class instruction five days a week. The union says the order violates CDC guidelines and the state's responsibility to ensure schools are operated safely, Governor Rhonda Sanders says parents and students can opt for online instruction if that's what they want. But the Santa says the virus poses little risk to Children. While the risk from two students from in person learning are low, the cost of keeping schools closed. Are enormous, continuing with online learning only to Santa says places a burden on working parents and will likely widen the achievement gap between students from affluent and low income households. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami A Canadian federal judge has struck down that country's agreement with the United States known as a safe third country protocol. And carbon check reports. The policy is used to deal with refugees seeking asylum. The agreement means that Canada in the US recognize each other as safe countries for refugees. Those who land in the U. S and then try to seek asylum in Canada are turned back because they must make that claim in the country in which they first arrived, But the Canadian judge ruled refugees deemed ineligible in the U. S face detention or other rights abuses. That she says violates their constitutional rights. Dan Carpenter reporting This is NPR. And this is WNBC in New York, four minutes after six o'clock Good morning. I'm David first partly sunny today, a high of 87 with a chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. It's 74 degrees now in Central Park. With President Trump planning to send armed federal agents to Chicago to assist with crime control. Mayor De Blasio's says he will sue if similar steps were taken in New York. The mayor explained his reasoning on CNN last night. It's unconstitutional for the federal government. To go into a local jurisdiction to do day to day law enforcement that are police do our police knowhow to do Governor. Cuomo, however, says Trump assured him that he'd be warned before any federal agents were sent to New York. And Cuomo said he doesn't think they're needed to control crime agents from Homeland security investigations are accused of grabbing protestors off the streets in Portland, Oregon. Courthouse functions that moved online during the Corona virus pandemic now need to adapt to a hybrid model. That's according to a new report by the Surveillance Technology Oversight project. A nonprofit civil rights group director Albert Foxconn says rushing to reopen the courts will jeopardize public health. But creating smaller community courts equipped for social dances. Distancing would allow for more hearings that are safe and secure. It's not kidding everyone to congregate at one single facility downtown, but because the computer technology would be maintained by the state or by the city You wouldn't have the same vulnerabilities is relying on people logging on from hope. A spokesperson for the States Office of Court Administration says the agency welcomes new ways to modernize its complex system. The chairman of the empty A Pat Foy says the agency is facing a fiscal tsunami created by the crows the corona virus pandemic. He says the empty needs almost $4 billion this year and another six billion next year. Just to maintain service. Gothamist reporter Christopher Robin's says Boy is looking to Washington for help. If the federal government doesn't come through in the way, the empty needs it too. Chairman Voice said that writers should expect Service cuts..

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