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Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Sean Hannity
"Or not, But Green Bay's running game has been so good that that helps make I mean you can't do play action plays unless you ever run a game and Rogers in that play, I first was such a great faker. After you run the ball several times. You did that play action in the defense bites out, and it's because they're so afraid of the Packer run. If you're not doing anything with the run, they're not gonna bite on the fake because the linebackers in the DBS Well, what do they care if they run with just our front lines going to stop them? That's critical in again. You can't turn the ball over. I keep saying all these points, but since I'm not gonna be here tomorrow, I want to get on all my last things. I predict you see none of AJ Dylan even if he is recovered from being banged up. He fumbled last week. But the turnovers is how they're going to lose this game. You've got to quality running backs. It's a luxury to get Dylan in there. Who I like a lot who is very, very good. You can't fumble. If a picture's throne, it's gonna be because of ball bounces off of elders, Scanlon's hands and into a receiver's hand Rogers. I think on his own unless they're behind and he's forcing. It is not going to throw a pick. You can't fumble. Same thing on the special teams. The part returning can't fumble. You can't make a screw up like that. And Dylan's fumble last week. You can't I mean, maybe if it's your first stringer you tolerated because of all the other things. You don't put that guy on the field after he fumbled in a playoff game, right? Paul, says Brady at Lambeau Field. Against Rogers, you know? There's there's all of that, and we'll work in one final thing here, there's we've heard these complaints from people the out the Packers season ticket holders who had a chance to buy the tickets. Those that have their email accounts to spectrum didn't get the email because the server was thou they're doing well, they didn't get any other emails, either. I mean, what are you supposed to do about that? And there's 97 zillion different servers, but I'd sure be hacked off. They've got the same thing again where there's no resale of the tickets. They're all mobile, and they're not transferrable. So just the ticket holder and their guests are allowed to go. So you can't get a chance for anybody else to go over. Boil, Boy. If I could have better to packer given last 20 years, I would have loved him in the last week game. First of all, no crowding, no pushing and shoving, no traffic cam to get in there. What I could see the fans that were there just loved being there and That, Yeah, they serve beer and food. Now, if they serve beer and food, why couldn't they serve beer in food all year, and if they could serve fear and food to 9000 people at Lambeau Field for a playoff game when it's 20 degrees, Why can't the damn teachers get off their butts and go back to work? 6 13 was talking 11 30 wi I say it's time for rapid traffic.
Mercedes reveals giant 56-inch, AI-enabled 'Hyperscreen' for upcoming electric car
"Listeners. It's brett molina and welcome back to talking tech. My co host. Mike cider is off today. Recently mercedes-benz announced plans for a fifty six inch curved screen that nearly spans the width of a new cars interior. That just sounds incredible. Saying it out loud. The hyper screen will debut the spring. And it's new electric sedan the mercedes benz s. It's part of a growing trend among automakers to make your car's function more like computers but are all these screens and other tech safe joining us now is money reporter and i believe green bay packers. Fan nathan bomi. Thanks for joining us brett. How are you. I'm good so you ask the question in your story about this topic and whether bigger is actually better what did you find out well. Fifty six screen is john. I mean we've never seen a screen like this in a vehicle and you know it depends on who you ask. Whether it's safe or not the mercedes benz says it safe and And safety advocates are concerned. I mean you know. The first company that really started to pioneer big screens and vehicles was tesla model s a luxury sedan and then later with the model three and other vehicles and they basically put a tablet screen at the center console in place of a lot of the old fashioned analog buttons but mercedes is taking this to a new level by basically extending the screen across the vehicle screen even now encompasses the instrument cluster. So this is a really a step toward bigger and bigger. And i think we're going to continue to see. Other automakers follow suit so it's weird hearing all these announcements about these giant screens and cars considering how much we've been told about smartphones in the dangers of having those and using those waller driving. How do automakers plan to tackle all these additional screens and cars. Well the most important thing is to keep people's eyes on the road that's really the challenge and so if there's a screening vehicle but you keep your eyes on the road it should be safe for the most part the problem of course with smartphones is oftentimes people are fumbling for them with their hands and they take their eyes off the road and then he ended up getting into an accident driver. Distraction is really serious crisis for this country and so we obviously want to avoid that here. Now when i asked the ceo of daimler on a conference call a couple of weeks ago how they incorporated safety concerns into the design of the hyper screen. He said that they actually designed it to ensure that people don't have to take the eyes off the road for example if ape. The passenger is looking at the screen. Has some sort of video plane on the screen In in front of them essentially in the front seat and the driver takes their eyes off the road and looks at the screen. The vehicle be able to recognize that. I've movement and stopped the film from airing on the front passenger seat Screen which is wild and then if you put your is back on the road than it keeps playing. This is some really high tech stuff. And you know we'll see if it works now at my understanding is that particular technology will not be in use in the us because of safety concerns here but it will be in use and other countries. I wouldn't be surprised if the regulations eventually change here to allow it so with all these fisted systems coming in cars. How long before this starts to change how we learn how to drive. I think it will you know. I think we're talking about things like augmented reality windshields being the next step. Where essentially you'll basically have a directions projected onto the screen that we if you've seen a new vehicle driven a new vehicle anytime recently you may have experienced what's called heads up display which is where. There's a tiny in a projected box. Bright above your instrument cluster on the windshield. That essentially will show you for example what speed. You're traveling but in reality windshield would project like an arrow onto the road head of you to say turn this way or that way and so. That's the next
Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"That was that Tuesday night rain game, which was kind of a weird game. Um, but, um, I think what teams do is they, for the most part? Conceptually do what they've done all the year. They just try to get to it in different ways. So they in a sense the skies how they do it like, for instance, I'm doing a piece in the matchup show this week. The Packers play, um Not the Packers. The Bucks? Excuse me. The Bucks play played more cover for quarters coverage than any team percentage wise in the NFL, So the Packers know they're going to get cover for they know it. So now what they try to do is they try to run what we call cover for beater concepts in their past game, And they'll do that with different personnel packages, different formations, different people running the routes. But at the end of the day, the concept will be exactly the same. So they'll just do it with different personnel and different formations. So that's what teams do time is they not? They don't all of a sudden say, Well, we're going to change our whole offense. They don't do that. They don't have time for that. You know you and plus you're asking players to do things that are that are difficult because the last thing you want have happened in these games is you don't want to lose games on mental mistakes. You know, we're dealing with at this point the season with the better teams, so players we're gonna make Great place that happens. You know if Tyree kill runs by your corner that might happen in the game. You know he's fast, but you don't want to lose these games because your players make mental mistakes. Got it? Greg out here I was. I was impressed by buffalo on the fact that buffalo came out. They just basically they didn't care about balance in this last game. They just threw it. They just said they were gonna throw it all over the place. We get we get the quarterback. We got the old line to protect him. We're gonna throw it. We're gonna drop back 37 times and do it. And yet when you go back and look at the box score quiet game for Beasley, Not a huge came from Gabe Davis, the running back Singletary, who is their only real running back now, with the injury to Ah, Utah kid. He did very little in this game. How do you see Buffalo's offense attacking Kansas City because Kansas City is not a great defense, but there They've got to get the big guy up front and I'm expecting a bit more of a balanced attack or running attack. But how do you see it? Well, that would be we'll see, because you would have expected Larry that the Ravens would have blitzed a lot. I thought that would be the case. And they did not, and particularly since their bills made themselves one dimensional, their 1st 20 plays. We're called passes all but one out of the shotgun. They didn't call a run until the 21st play. So, uh, I would have thought that the Ravens would have bled. Now. This year. Steve Spagnola has been very effective with pressure. Um, they have the highest percentage of zero pressure in the NFL. Uh, so the question is How is he going to feel about his corners in this game? Because what the bills will line up with three wide as we know, and with four wide receivers, they line up a meaningful number of snaps. So how will spend Noah feel about pressure? Will he be feel he can play man behind it? Because there's also his own pressures. You could blitz and play zone behind it, obviously so I think that's one of the great issues in this game. We don't know the answer to that. But they have been aggressive with pressure all the year selectively aggressive. Um, and I think they will do that based on down and distance and feel location, But I think Buffalo is they may run it a little more Larry, but there's not gonna be balance here. This is Buffalo is not going to come out and be 50 50 run past this team's built now on Josh Allen. And those receivers and they're going to throw the ball. You are getting pro football knowledge from Greg Cosell, senior producer from NFL films, and we suggest you check him out. On the NFL matchup show on s. He and Greg. I want to go back to something you mentioned about Baltimore. And as a paraphrase you said they don't like to throw in there basically tell you that, by virginal wanted growing, they don't want to throw it. You don't like to editorialize or opinion as but If you don't mind, you know, sort of, you know, going along with me on this because I want to get some perspective on Baltimore and precipitous, specifically Lamar Jackson. Do you think they don't? Want to throw. They don't like to throw because they don't trust their receivers. Or do you think it's because they feel that Lamar Jackson is not that guy to do that job as far as big a pocket passer just yet. Ah, well, I can tell you for a fact. It's the latter. Okay, Um, you know very often. I've always been a believer in this team and I was told this years ago. It's not something I just decided on my own teams tell you how they feel about their quarterback by how they play, and we've now gone two years in the playoffs, where our last year they lost the Tennessee. They scored 12 points this year they lost in the playoffs. They scored three points. This is their offense If they could throw the ball really, really well, and they felt that they could, they would now when I say that That doesn't mean that all of a sudden become 80% past and 20% run. Obviously, there run game is the most unique, creative and most difficulty defend in the NFL. But my guess is if you ask their coaches, can you Win Big games the important Games by being one dimensional by choice in the run game, Okay, I would think they would say no pass game. He is a little different because the likelihood of explosive plays in the past game is much greater than explosive plays in the run game, even with Lamar Jackson so Like we were just talking about the bills. My guess is It's hard to do what they did every single week. You know, not running the ball it on. By the way, they came out on that third quarter touchdown drive, and they lined up and they ran the ball a little bit, and they put it..
EMA emails altered before release in apparent disinformation effort
"The threat actors who stole covid nineteen vaccine documents appear to have altered them before releasing them online. The european medicines agency says the material stolen. Ama says included internal confidential email correspondence dating from november relating to evaluation processes for covid nineteen vaccines. Some of the correspondence has been manipulated by the perpetrators prior to publication in a way which could undermine trust in vaccines emails about the vaccine development process. Where altered to give the appearance that this process was less credible than it might otherwise have been believed to be and ema standby the effectiveness and credibility of its reviews the corrupted alter data thus appear to have been emails about vaccine development and not data collected in the course of the development or evaluate of vaccines symantec reports another discovery in the salora gate threat actors armaments. Barium raindrop a back door used to drop. cobalt strike. raindrop bears some similarities to teardrop now where earlier identified as having been delivered by the sunburst back door both load cobalt strike beacon but raindrop uses accustomed packer. Cobalt strike raindrop also appears to be used to propagate across networks and may have been used selectively against high interest targets. Various sources are warning against seven vulnerabilities in the widely used. Dns forwarding client for unix based operating systems. Dns mask vulnerable. Systems could be susceptible to dns. Cache poisoning seven. Vulnerabilities are being collectively tracked. As dns spook jas off has a page up. Devoted to dna spook and users of affected systems are advised to apply patches as they become available on friday the us fbi renewed and updated a december warning about an iranian campaign. Enemies of the people intended to exacerbate us domestic mistrust and division by quote threatening the lives of us federal state and private sector officials using direct email and text messaging and quote. The operation also involves menacing dachshund. The bureau's warning says quote the iranian cyber actors have sought to intimidate some of the officials with direct threats including an image of an apparent text communication between the eeo teepee actors and an unidentified individual in the united states purportedly supporting the operation individuals. In the united states' intent on disrupting the peaceful transition of power potentially may be inspired by an act upon these influence efforts to harass harm threaten tack individuals specifically identified and quote enemies of the people represents an extreme form of this tendency and influence operations cyber scoop reports seeing a us intelligence assessment that claims russian and chinese services are using the capitol hill riot as an occasion for propaganda and disinformation. Those two nations styles have been consistent with that on display in past campaigns. Russian disinformation has been negative and disruptive concentrating on producing red meat conspiracy theories about the capitol hill riot. Chinese disinformation has been characteristically positive. That is not positive in the sense of or optimistic but positive in the sense of persuading its international audience of a particular position more accurately two positions. I the united states is a power in decline. And second this is what happens when you tolerate democratic demonstrations you get anarchy which is why in beijing's line. It's a good thing. They cracked down on hong kong at the end of last week. The fbi also issued a private industry notification warning of increased rates of fishing aimed at theft of corporate remote access credentials with a view to furthering privilege escalation. A common gambit is an invitation to log into a bogus. vpn page bleeping. Computer observes that this is the second such alert. The fbi has issued since the onset of the pandemic the fbi sees. This particular warning is calling out a new style of criminal activity quote. Cyber criminals are trying to obtain all employees credentials not just individuals who would likely have more access based on their corporate position. The alert says once they have some initial access even relatively lowly access. It's then the criminals task to work their way into other more sensitive precincts of the organization's network and finally the fbi is investigating whether pennsylvania woman identified as riley. June williams stole a laptop or a hard drive from. us speaker. nancy pelosi's office during the capitol hill. Riots with the intent of selling it to russian intelligence services. The washington post says. The suspect has now turned herself in and been arrested politico which broke the story over the weekend calls. The charges bizarre by which they mean startling not inherently implausible. The fbi says it was tipped off by a source identified only as a former romantic partner of the suspect. The ex-boyfriend as the new york times describes the tipster said that ms williams intended to sell the computer device to a friend in russia. Who then planned to sell. The device to svr vr russia's foreign intelligence service the transfer of the device to the russian middleman seems to have fallen through for unclear reasons if indeed there was any actual plan to do so and ms williams is believed to have retained the laptop in her possession. Investigation is continuing the laptop speaker. Pelosi's staff reported stolen is said to have been used only for presentations. But it's unclear. What if anything. Ms williams may have taken and what if anything hoped to turn over to the espn
Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Sean Hannity
"Lead to turnovers that lead to other things that I don't think it's good for the Packers if there is no because You want Aaron Rodgers to be able to throw the ball all over the field. I think the Packers, though, are the better team. And if You want to have the better team, If you you know, the better team That doesn't mean they're gonna win and the point spread is low. But I do think the Green Bay is better than Tampa. People will have concerned about what happened the one time they played, but that was a circumstance. Is that, uh, Packer game off the by air going into the buy, and I know the Packers had an early by it was after they had blood just played a big game and beaten somebody. I think Tampa might have been coming off of the loss. That was a bad set of circumstances. For that game and green veg is playing better. Right now, And I'm not sure really. The Tampa is everybody think Tampa was gonna get better as the season goes along. Well, they've won, but Watch that whole game against New Orleans. It is then looked at could to be. I mean, they produced turnovers. They did that. But Other than that, I mean, Brady didn't look to me. Very good. No, he had 199 years is a good point that Brady's the worst quarterback of the four left. Now you've got four Hall of Fame quarterbacks, three that are cinches and one that's going to be in fact. You have you know when when they played that last game on last weekend with the New Orleans game was the last one to be played the five quarterbacks that was still alive, then we're clearly all in the Hall of Fame. So anybody who doesn't think the position is important. Just take a look at the teams that survived laid into this thing, But, yeah, I think right now in terms of actual play at the moment, Brady's the worst of the four, but that's partly because The other three, maybe the best three quarterbacks in the NFL right now, and Allan Holmes said Rogers. Yeah, I I believe you're right. And Brady like said, then play great last week 199 yards. He didn't have to do much because they were putting Great positions. Um, offensively, another thing that I haven't heard a lot of people talk about, but I think it's a very important spot in this game. It's just situational e. It's way better for Green Bay Green Bay. Gotta buy two weeks ago, They played a home game and won their back at home campus planning a third straight road game in the playoffs. If you go back to the regular season, it's their fifth road game in six weeks. That's a tough situation here is annoying. People aren't talking about Green Bay played on Saturday can't play the late game on Sunday, and it might not seem like a lot, but that makes a big difference. In this situation. One more thing teams playing their third road game in the playoffs. That means they want in the wild card game on the road. They won the divisional Around on the road and they're in the championship round on the road. Historically, those teams are foreign 14. They have a record of 14 14 in just five and 13 against the spreads really tough to play three weeks on the road and win three times people. Sometimes they overdo their history. And they say, you know, a lot of wild card teams have been in the Super Bowl, but not lately. I think it's been seven years. Since the wild card team, you know for a while, they were getting in right and left, including the Packers when they won, but I think it's been seven years since a wild card team in other words, a non division winner. Has been in the Super Bowl. And if you take a look at the teams that are left, it's in the A F. C. It's the one of the two and in the NFC. It's the one and then Tampa the five So three of the four that were in where the top two Seed. So what Tempus trying to do? Is hard to do. It wasn't hard to do before, but it's been hard to do now know everything about this year is different put again, As I say, unless there's all the things that could go wrong, and there's a million of in football, and as I said, I'm really worried about the Packers. Nightmarishly horrible special teams, and that could be turnovers. But other than those two things, I'm nowhere anything it all one other real quick thing. Green Bay. Other than the injury that occurred a few weeks to go to Bachtiar E. They're virtually 100% healthy, kind of like they were last year. I mean, almost every key Packer contributor. Is that full strength right now? Tampa maybe rather healthy themselves, but That's a certainly a key late in the season when you have almost all your guys healthy and up and running, and, you know, not even labored by an injury there virtually all at full strength, right? Yeah, and they're practice report today. I believe everyone. There was no one that did not participate. It no key players, So that's that's extremely important as well. Tampa's got a few few guys banged up, but they're not too bad and it's just a tough spot for them. Um one other thing I want to mention Before we go that we do. We've looked at this for years, and it doesn't come up a lot, but teams that win the Super Bowl. Almost always have a winning spread record during the regular season. So the last 30 years so go back to 1990 the last 30 years. There's been two Super Bowl winners and 30 years that had a losing spread record. During the regular season. That's the chief this. Your chief's ended up seven and nine during the regular season. So you know, historically, that gives them about a 6 to 7%. And I guess the reason for that would be teams that have good records against the spread. Not only does it mean that usually wedding most the games, but also they're better than people think. Or they wouldn't be winning against the spread, which is based on what people think. And your point is, the Kansas City probably isn't better than people think that they've won all these close games where they squeaked them through. And eventually you pay a price for that, and then just go back to my thing. The hardest thing in sports is why it's not the hardest thing in sports is not to repeat. The hardest thing in sports is to go from last to first, but it's really hard to repeat, and not many teams do it. And in the NFL, I mean New England Dallas are the only teams in ages that have Repeated. It's just a real real hard thing. To be able to pull off so of the four teams left. I kind of think you know you can't toss any of them. Kansas City might be the least likely Win the thing. I think you're staring at a Green Bay Buffalo. Super Bowl, which in a weird way is a fascinating matchup. Anyway, I will be talking to Mike we want obviously no show next week. We will have a preview two weeks from tomorrow. The Thursday before the Super Bowl. Michael be back with us. At 5 45. So we'll talk to that, Mike. Sounds great. Thanks. Mark Microlight, American sports analyst in Madison. This was a weekend football preview presented by holiday automotive and fondle AC. It's worth the trip real quickly before we go into our next segment. I wanna get Paul's take of the Packer game. I'm confident with the two caveats that I mentioned it playoff game. You can't be overconfident. But I do think green Base, the better team, But the things that I mentioned that could go wrong clearly can is that your take? Paul says he hopes they play a balanced attack. Run run it. No part of it is how the other team is stopping the run..
Rams' Sean McVay noncommittal on future of Jared Goff as starter: 'I'm evaluating everything, including QB'
"So there's been a lot of talk you know. Mcvay doesn't criticize a lot of people. And even when he does he's chose to sugar coat and everything's on the table so you may have heard. Essentially he said saturday after the playoff loss to the packers that jared goff quarterback right now with the emphasis on the last two words there sunday. He said everything's on the table but maybe he was giving us an indication that this was happening and things were bubbling a couple of weeks ago. Go back to their first playoff game. There wildcard game against the seattle seahawks key. This is just me speculating. You tell me having been in so many locker rooms and having dealt with so many situations right that game john. Wolford is starting quarterback. Jared goff is the number two quarterback with a thumb injury. This is important. there is no number. Three quarterback blake bortles inactive. So if john wolford where to get injured during the game which actually happened very scary neck injury ambulance came out. Then jared goff would presumably have to come in for the next snap and with no number three quarterback he would have to presumably play the rest of the game. So help me understand. If you're in a situation where wolfer gets hurt on the second snap. Hypothetically fourth snap the game. You've got a rush right in there and likely finished the game because nobody is behind you on the depth chart if you were healthy enough to do that. Play almost every single. Snap of a game if something goes wrong with the starter right out of the gate which is exactly what happened. How in the world are you not healthy enough to start. I think look in the end. It's all about numbers. If they put three quarterbacks up the somebody else has to go down and on an active list. And maybe they wanna. I don't know what they wanted. But maybe they want an extra defense alignment or extra offense alignment or whatever the case may be also when you didn't have the necessary reps throughout the course of the week for jared goff as he was practicing because of the surgery they kind of eased him alone in kind of wanted to let it heal but he was forced in action so therefore the you had no other choice.
Fresh "Packer" from Sean Hannity
"And that has a lot to do with the running game, too, if they can get their running game going like they did last week. That opens everything up so that those of the keys to this game, I think, yeah, it stars the weather. I just checked the green Bay forecast higher. 29 mostly cloudy and they're calling for a little snow a 50% chance of snow, but it doesn't look like A lot of snow. The snow can't even a little bit can lead to turnovers that lead to other things that I don't think it's good for the Packers if there is no because You want Aaron Rodgers to be able to throw the ball all over the field. I think the Packers,.
Rams superstar Aaron Donald upset at end of playoff loss
"The packers thirty two eighteen on saturday and heading into the weekend lindsay. You wrote that you were really excited to see this. Coaching matchup between matlock floor. And sean mcvay. What stood out to you in the battle of the minds here. Yeah i mean because these are two guys who know each other so well and you know. They're very much part of the same coaching tree. They both worked under kyle shanahan about the flora then works Under sean mcvay. So they have very similar offensive philosophies but that was just a game that was full of really interesting. Coaching matchups mallon floor wine. That batch up by far the packers had the better game plan. They were the better team better coach. All of this and sure aaron. Donald was not at full strength. You could tell that. He was very clearly hampered by the rib injury that he suffered during the wild card round but it was just a very impressive performance overall by aaron rodgers and certainly by matt leflore and that entire coaching staff the packers put up four hundred and eighty four yards of total offense against basically the best defense in the league. talked about aaron donald. Who's just a generational talent. Not being at full strength. But how is this packers offense. So effective saturday night. We'll everything they do. Obviously starts with aaron rodgers. Who just seem to have this innate mastery of what was coming and it kind of went viral on twitter a little bit because so many of fox's camera angles shown face on with aaron rodgers where you could see the moment that he realized what was coming that he was able to diagnose the coverage and dictate the play based on what was coming and the offensive line played really well protecting aaron rogers. He was barely touched. I'm not sure if his jersey had a single grass stain on after the game. And you know when you're not getting pressure on a quarterback and you're running the ball really well and you have davante adams who's one of the best wide receivers and football. It really wasn't even a close match up. And you know. I know a lot of people in green bay throughout packers land. Were wondering this is the best defense in football and it has to make you wonder. If that's the way that the packers aaron rodgers played against supposedly the best defense in football. What are they going to do for the rest of the
Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Sean Hannity
"Murray threw a Hail Mary at the at the last play of the game. They won 32 to 30. Otherwise they'd be undefeated. The Chiefs of the opposite there 81 straight up. They're one and eight against the spread. I mean, in horse racing. They call those money burners. I mean, if you're better in Kansas City, you always lose your bad unless you're doing like money line bet serene game. Better something like that Kansas City right now. It never covers the spread, and that means they're just overrated. The perception that people have of them. Is not matched by reality while they're winning. They're winning close games. On the long and I mean, if you just it's easy to say after it happened. If you just bet against Kansas City the last three months you'd be doing nothing but wedding even though they win the games and like I said this last week, they haven't won a game by more than six points since November, 1st. And to win eight of nine games straight up and to lose eight of nine against the spread. That's almost impossible. I mean, because teams that win straight up cover the spread almost 80% of the time historically. So what they're doing is almost impossible. And like you said, they're overrated and spreads higher than it should be in there. One in close games. Let's talk about the Packer Tampa Bay game. No, I felt Last week, and I said on the year that The Packers. If you're a Packer fan, you want to play camp, Obey and not New Orleans. I think New Orleans is better. In Tampa Bay. And I think the game vindicated that the I thought New Orleans other than the four turnovers all played Tampa and look better. Nobody ever wins when losing the turnover battle 0 to 4 usually don't What if you lose it? 010 to 2 makes it really hard 0 to 3. No Chad 0 to 4. I mean, I don't know if all year in the NFL somebody One on a 0 to 4. Yet New Orleans still was close to Tampa in that game. Nonetheless, the turnovers occurred in the reason the margin is high is Brady didn't turn the ball over at all, and the defense of Camp a did produce Those turnovers. Still, I think that Tampa is inferior to New Orleans and Green Bay is getting the right team to play and unless the Packers out turn over here or as they said earlier on the show, unless they have another special teams fiasco, and they have them every week The NBA's gonna win. What do you think? Yeah, I would agree. It's gonna come down to turn a couple things. I think it will come down to turnovers, which it does most NFL games that you mentioned 4 to 0 on the turnovers last week. There there. Three TD drives were for Tampa Bay were three yards, 20 yards and 40 years. They had no drives. It was all all the points are really off the turnovers, you know. Off turnovers. Correct. They got out gain on the arts for play bases. But that doesn't matter when you turn it over more than your opponent. It just comes down to that a lot of times. Watching the first game again. I think the key in this game is going to be which team can put pressure on the opposing quarterback. I mean, Rogers played one of his five worst games of his career. When you look at the percentage Completion percentage. He had 45 Percent completion rate in the first game. Yes, the game they lost Whatever 1 38 to 10. He had 60% and every other game and only five times since 2013. Has he been below 50% the game part of that. Ah, lot of that was pressure. They pressured him on 18 of 41 drop backs and four sacks hit him. 13 times. If you look at Brady in that game, zero sacks for the Packers, they hit him four times and that one tackle for loss. That was the whole game. In my opinion, and Brady's terrible Against pressure. He's he's just not good. It has no mobility thing about pressure on him and not turn the ball over. They're gonna win the game, and that has a lot to do with the running game, too, if they can get their running game going like they did last week. That opens everything up so that those of the keys to this game, I.
Brady, Bucs, end playoffs for Saints, Brees, 30-20
"Tom Brady threw for a hundred ninety nine yards and two touchdowns while Tampa bay's defense forced four turnovers which resulted in twenty one points as the Buccaneers beat the saints thirty to twenty to advance to the NFC championship game next week against the Packers at Lambeau field Brady threw a short scoring strikes down Leonard Fournette and Mike Evans after losing twice to the saints during the regular season Brady was happy with this win but now it's time to move on we have great chemistry with five practice it's hard to get to this point there's nothing guaranteed from this point forward but you know we gotta go out there we got a our very best to to be one of the best teams only drew Brees threw a touchdown pass but he was also intercepted three times in what might be his final game with the saints after fifteen seasons I'm Craig heist
Rodgers, Packers beat Rams 32-18 to reach NFC title game
"The Green Bay Packers are one game away from the Super Bowl after ushering out the Los Angeles rams thirty two to eighteen at Lambeau field Aaron Rodgers passed for two hundred ninety six yards and two scores Erin Jones ran for ninety nine and another tally for the Packers as they held the rams to two hundred forty four yards of offense you just a second year at the helm metal floor has his Packers in the NFC championship game for the second year in a row just really proud of our players or coaches just the work that we all put in and you know our guys went out there with the mentality that you know we were gonna be physical I thought that showed through and really in all three phases forever special evidence seven while the Packers now fourteen and three will host the NFC title game on the tundra next Sunday mark Daniels Green Bay
Rodgers relishes long-awaited title game at home
"Thanks the handoff, legs right pump fakes once and again flips it himself to the ends up. He's in there just inside the right. Thailand touchdown. It is 16 to 3 hackers. Although our guys maybe didn't get the respect they deserve from media. We knew what we had in terms of the players that we had on our roster. And also those guys have embraced the challenge and they've gotten better. Rodgers takes fakes The handoff looks to throw lots of down the middle. Listen place down. He is Text down packers with dagger 31 9 18 talentless are 58 yards. He drops to one knee and that will do it For the fourth time In the last seven seasons, the Packers punch their ticket to the NFC title game. And this time that ticket is for Lambeau Field in Green Bay. Unionism still revel in in this I'm so happy for our business. Definitely little emotional. Just thinking about what we've been through. Got me emotional with crowd out there today. Just still really happy about everything that happened today. So the Packers get the dub. Aaron Rodgers hasn't been to the Super Bowl since 2000 and 10. He won That one hears Packers reporter Rob Tomasky on what it would mean if Rodgers returned to the Super Bowl this season. Here's the thing. He's gonna win the n v P. Probably. So that's going to tie him with fire for three MVPs Farm went to two Super Bowls. Um, just the woman. The only 11 Rogers has been the one Super Bowl and 11. So you know, everyone obviously match him as far as Super Bowl appearances and and if you could win one more well, then he's one upside of In that regard, but I mean, either way, you know, this guy's legacy is pretty well cemented. But, you know, I think going a 1 10 years after the fact that he went to the first one would be you know which show that Hey, look. You know, I am not done yet. Hackers take on the winner of the Bucks versus the Saints. That game is tomorrow. There are few
Packers’ 32-18 win over Rams in divisional round
"NFL playoffs divisional round Saturday. Green Bay Packers Speeding the Los Angeles Rams 32 18 Green Bay will be hosting the NFC Championship game. Next Sunday. The Buffalo Bills over the Baltimore Ravens 17 to 3 Buffalo Bill playing its first day F C title game and 27 years more divisional playoff action on the Big One this afternoon at 305. The Cleveland Browns are at the Kansas City Chiefs If the Browns went head to Buffalo for the first day of C title game since 1989, then the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the New Orleans Saints at 6 40. Winner goes to Green Bay.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges
"Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah my guests today sarah wheaton and dr arthur caplan sarah wheaton chief policy correspondent for politico europe. She joins us from brussels. And autho kaplan is professor of bioethics at new york. University's school of medicine. He joins us from the woods of connecticut. This first part of the show. I want to talk more domestically about what. The responsibilities and duties and possibilities are in terms of vaccinations and how domestic governments go about organizing them the second part of the show. We'll talk more about the global picture. But sarah i'll start with you not withstanding the united kingdom which is actually proceeding with the vaccinations at a reasonably impressive clip. The non uk european countries. Actually being too slow by half they'd seemed to have got off to a very sluggish. Start indeed and it's causing quite a bit of domestic problems around the block and as well it's also calling into question european union's unity in fact. There's a huge blame. Brussels faction basically saying that the eu was too slow to buy doses compared to the united states and the united kingdom on the other hand. You also see that many countries including germany. Which has been one of the most vocal in criticizing. Brussels is not doing a very good job of getting the doses out that they have. is it. just a question of polaroid if you will if we focus on one specific example you look at a country like the netherlands which would appear to have every imaginable advantage. Where doing something like. This is concerned. It is geographically tiny eddies rich. It is well organized you would think vaccinating. The netherlands would be relatively straightforward. Is these things go and yet one. They have barely started and to the government has picked this moment to resign on mass over. Something else entirely right. I think it's really fascinating if you look at the databases that lay out. How countries have been doing with their vaccination. There are some things that show number of doses administered per one hundred. And there's not an obvious pattern so again sort of make sense that you can. Denmark are doing very well but then you have italy. You have spain. You have slovenia and lithuania in the top ten whereas you have big wealthy countries like germany and france and the netherlands as you mentioned doing quite poorly and each country is a precious snowflake with a health system and the value said that really drive this so one of the factors in the netherlands. The case in many countries is at one point. It looked like the astra zeneca vaccine was the front runner that was both the cheapest and the most logistically simple. It doesn't need kind of special freezing transportation so i think the netherlands was a country where they were more banking on that particular shot being the one that was available so they didn't think as much about how they were going to be doing the logistics for a more complicated marnie vaccine in germany. They say actually part of the issue is that germany has many different health insurance systems. And so the data about who actually qualifies for this vaccine is not consistently available whereas in countries like spain and italy. You may be due in certainly in the united kingdom where you have the national health service you have various centralized data system author another thing that countries have had a long time to think about is the order in which they roll the vaccines out. Obviously who gets it i. You can't vaccinate everybody the same week. Does it strike you that. There's much in the way of interesting or indicative divergence in in who is prioritizing. What here in the uk of call us where credit where it's due to the government as we were saying they're doing quite well. They started out with old people. Care homes people with chronic illnesses which might make them more vulnerable. Is that the smart thing to do. I wonder myself with a more thought. Should be given to vaccinating. People like retail workers bus drivers refuse collectors. Delivery people the ones who have to interact with the public and the ones without whom society really would grind to a halt. Yes well we spent an announcement of time in the us arguing over who should go first. Who should go second new should go third lots of categories federal advice flying around about prioritization. But we learned a couple of things once. The vaccine went to the states. They all decided their own priorities. So in some parts of the us prisons and prison staff are being vaccinated in other states. The governors have said no. We're not doing that because they don't like prisoners basically even though that's a high risk population and could be a place where the virus easily spreads back to the community. I've talked to a lot of people who run group homes for intellectually disabled people in nursing homes or care homes but out in the community. They're getting no supply they got forgotten. So i'm lis- despite lots and lots of arguing if you had a clientele of down syndrome individuals. Their death rates are six seven eight times as high as everybody else but somehow the prioritization list so we did spend a lot of time arguing but now we have fifty states with fifty different policies. We've seen a little cheating as a result because when you don't have consistency people start to say that. I'm not gonna follow the rules. So we have people who are rich. Flying to florida to get in line to get vaccinated. Florida per usual doesn't seem to care exactly who's supposed to be a priority. The lord help us to even vaccinating canadians. Their her down there snowbirds so that's causing tension among the locals. But here's the take on less than than i learned. It's great to have these arguments. About who goes i. If your logistics don't work it doesn't matter what your list is if you can't get supply out to the meat packers of the delivery. People are wherever if what we do. Is we send the supply to hospitals and nursing homes or care homes as we've done here that's where the vaccinations occur and those institutions will just vaccinate their employees high risk. Or not is. That's where the refrigerator is. As sarah said it's hard to handle stuff. They're not gonna go running down the street looking for the next category person to give it to so logistics as much as ethics or laying out priority groups drives distribution
Vaccine Rollout Strategies Vary Between Nations
"Welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah my guests today sarah wheaton and dr arthur caplan sarah wheaton chief policy correspondent for politico europe. She joins us from brussels. And autho kaplan is professor of bioethics at new york. University's school of medicine. He joins us from the woods of connecticut. This first part of the show. I want to talk more domestically about what. The responsibilities and duties and possibilities are in terms of vaccinations and how domestic governments go about organizing them the second part of the show. We'll talk more about the global picture. But sarah i'll start with you not withstanding the united kingdom which is actually proceeding with the vaccinations at a reasonably impressive clip. The non uk european countries. Actually being too slow by half they'd seemed to have got off to a very sluggish. Start indeed and it's causing quite a bit of domestic problems around the block and as well it's also calling into question european union's unity in fact. There's a huge blame. Brussels faction basically saying that the eu was too slow to buy doses compared to the united states and the united kingdom on the other hand. You also see that many countries including germany. Which has been one of the most vocal in criticizing. Brussels is not doing a very good job of getting the doses out that they have. is it. just a question of polaroid if you will if we focus on one specific example you look at a country like the netherlands which would appear to have every imaginable advantage. Where doing something like. This is concerned. It is geographically tiny eddies rich. It is well organized you would think vaccinating. The netherlands would be relatively straightforward. Is these things go and yet one. They have barely started and to the government has picked this moment to resign on mass over. Something else entirely right. I think it's really fascinating if you look at the databases that lay out. How countries have been doing with their vaccination. There are some things that show number of doses administered per one hundred. And there's not an obvious pattern so again sort of make sense that you can. Denmark are doing very well but then you have italy. You have spain. You have slovenia and lithuania in the top ten whereas you have big wealthy countries like germany and france and the netherlands as you mentioned doing quite poorly and each country is a precious snowflake with a health system and the value said that really drive this so one of the factors in the netherlands. The case in many countries is at one point. It looked like the astra zeneca vaccine was the front runner that was both the cheapest and the most logistically simple. It doesn't need kind of special freezing transportation so i think the netherlands was a country where they were more banking on that particular shot being the one that was available so they didn't think as much about how they were going to be doing the logistics for a more complicated marnie vaccine in germany. They say actually part of the issue is that germany has many different health insurance systems. And so the data about who actually qualifies for this vaccine is not consistently available whereas in countries like spain and italy. You may be due in certainly in the united kingdom where you have the national health service you have various centralized data system author another thing that countries have had a long time to think about is the order in which they roll the vaccines out. Obviously who gets it i. You can't vaccinate everybody the same week. Does it strike you that. There's much in the way of interesting or indicative divergence in in who is prioritizing. What here in the uk of call us where credit where it's due to the government as we were saying they're doing quite well. They started out with old people. Care homes people with chronic illnesses which might make them more vulnerable. Is that the smart thing to do. I wonder myself with a more thought. Should be given to vaccinating. People like retail workers bus drivers refuse collectors. Delivery people the ones who have to interact with the public and the ones without whom society really would grind to a halt. Yes well we spent an announcement of time in the us arguing over who should go first. Who should go second new should go third lots of categories federal advice flying around about prioritization. But we learned a couple of things once. The vaccine went to the states. They all decided their own priorities. So in some parts of the us prisons and prison staff are being vaccinated in other states. The governors have said no. We're not doing that because they don't like prisoners basically even though that's a high risk population and could be a place where the virus easily spreads back to the community. I've talked to a lot of people who run group homes for intellectually disabled people in nursing homes or care homes but out in the community. They're getting no supply they got forgotten. So i'm lis- despite lots and lots of arguing if you had a clientele of down syndrome individuals. Their death rates are six seven eight times as high as everybody else but somehow the prioritization list so we did spend a lot of time arguing but now we have fifty states with fifty different policies. We've seen a little cheating as a result because when you don't have consistency people start to say that. I'm not gonna follow the rules. So we have people who are rich. Flying to florida to get in line to get vaccinated. Florida per usual doesn't seem to care exactly who's supposed to be a priority. The lord help us to even vaccinating canadians. Their her down there snowbirds so that's causing tension among the locals. But here's the take on less than than i learned. It's great to have these arguments. About who goes i. If your logistics don't work it doesn't matter what your list is if you can't get supply out to the meat packers of the delivery. People are wherever if what we do. Is we send the supply to hospitals and nursing homes or care homes as we've done here that's where the vaccinations occur and those institutions will just vaccinate their employees high risk. Or not is. That's where the refrigerator is. As sarah said it's hard to handle stuff. They're not gonna go running down the street looking for the next category person to give it to so logistics as much as ethics or laying out priority groups drives distribution
Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers Preview: Goff To Start At Lambeau Field
"When i look at the rams i trust everything about the rams except the guy is going to have the ball in his hands. More time than anybody else. That jerry golf. He's a turnover. He's an accident waiting to happen and he's playing with a fractured thumb and the cold weather. And so i believe the packers defense although the not great i believe they can a few turtles out of him. Be a fumble or interceptions. Now aaron donald aaron says he feels great. Aaron donald play with a torn cartilage. Not me i had. That injury are in my ribs door to rip cartilage. Yup i tore my my real ended up when came loose my real extra protrudes a little bit now because there's not intact because the cartilage was torn. It was painful now. I don't know if anybody's ever had that skip. But sudden movements and aaron don lizzy sudden guy giving out a tooth gap and guy and even if he was. I mean just that third to feel that you don't realize how much you use your core until injure and then you realize the simple things brush not putting on your clothes brushing your hair. Imagine trying to play. Nfl football tried to move with three hundred pound man against wheel. Now you've got two hundred. Three hundred pounds man tried to move you against your will so it's going to be interesting to see not no. He's going to get the medication in there and and to calm it down in. So he's going to be very interesting. He might hip. Injury might not be as severe as my he might be able to tolerate more pain the not cooler. But that's not a very pleasant injury to play with in given that and everybody looking for the matchup everybody everybody would talk about. You know what they already talked about. Seventeen versus twenty. They will see jalen ramsey devante. Now i'm not sure how much jalen is going to travel now. I'm sure what jalen lineup was. I don't know if you've got to follow him in the slot. I don't know if he's probably left or right. But i've loved to see that. Because i know at some point in time. He's gonna have to come out on the side of with jason's zone and everybody wants to see that matchup.
Social Media Reaction to the Attack on the Capitol
"Packers waltzed past mfa used by seesaw. On cloud. Accounts multi factor. Authentication is one of the strongest security protocols. We have but it's not infallible on wednesday. The us cyber security infrastructure security agency revealed that malicious actors bypassed mfa to get into its cloud service accounts cease said that the threat actors had tried multiple times to breaches systems by various tactics including fishing brute force logging attempts and possibly a pass the cookie attack which involves the theft of authentication cookies from browsers and related processes. That's how the attackers were able to hijack an authenticated session by using stolen session cookies to access ceases online services social media convulses after capital attack. A widespread shakeup is underway facebook's yanking posts of flyers promoting events leading up to biden's inauguration as terrorism and cyber experts helped the platform to ferret out images calling for harm the walkie talkie app zillow which hasn't proactively moderated content has deleted over two thousand militia related channels after finding it was used by insurrectionists and parlor the social media app favored by trump supporters. May never come back for having been scraped off the app. Stores kicked out by slack and cut by amazon. Ceo john matzec told reuters parlor filed charges on wednesday asking for amazon to be forced to restore its service. Google fixes bug that delayed kovic contact tracing apps. The api bug affected contact. Tracing apps worldwide delaying notifications sent to android users. The apps are built on top of the exposure notification system an api that google released jointly with apple to help health services develop contact tracing apps it looks like the problem only manifested on android devices. Not on ios the api. Let's developers create contact tracing tools that protect privacy by relying on bluetooth to exchange anonymous keys between smartphones an easy way to warn users if they've been in contact with someone who later tested positive apple yanks feature that lets apps bypass mac. Os firewalls and vpn's has removed the content filter exclusion list from mac. Os eleven point. Two beta to k known as big sur. The controversial feature had allowed fifty three of apple's own apps to bypass third party firewalls security tools and vpn apps that users themselves had installed for their own protection. The list included some of apple's biggest apps such as the app store maps and i cloud security researchers had discovered the problem this past october and had called it a security nightmare waiting to happen
Green Bay predictions: NFC divisional playoff vs. Los Angeles
"It we've been talking about. The announcement. Made sean mcvay announcing jared goff will be the starting quarterback this weekend for the green bay packers or four. The la rams against the green bay packers in green bay. Where right now. The packers on pregame.com. Six and a half point favorites. It's important to remember and it's obvious green. Bay's the number one see green bay. Is the one team the gutter by so the question is how to buy teams do in the playoffs. So if we look back and say okay. Let's look at the modern era. As i call two thousand twelve and beyond and that's because it's the first year four year after the new agreement that changed a practicing and all that things is. This really did change after that. And from twelve on teams off a by or with the by the playoffs who are not favored by a touchdown or more nine and five against the spread so a wonderful. Ats record for reasonably priced by team. The number one or in the past and the number two seed now the next game. We're going to cover and we're going to finish up. The rams is going to be kansas city. Who's the other by team. They're in a different category spread wise and it's different results in that game now. Why do i like green bay. And it is against the sharks. We talked about the sharps. Like the ramps and remember they like the rams plus seven and a half they like the rams a-plus avid now element mind is six and a half. So it's obviously. I don't have to go head to head with the sharps as much as i'm getting a slightly better number and i still disagreeing with them. Though in another reason is i think the rams are little bit overrated on. Defense doesn't mean i don't think they have a good defense. I think they have a top five defense. But i think this price is telling us because we know the offense is and all that good and we know. Jerry gov is playing all that well all the doubts about golf and mcveigh's questioned that's all given how they still the sharp side. It's a defensive matter or it's an anti packers. That's the only reason you could the rams you love their defense or you don't like the pack which it can't be about the rams offense it just can't be so even though you could make the case. Oh the rams can run. The ball aggressively in green bay struggled against that last year. Okay maybe but boy if you're one dimensional. That's tough and the reason. Though i think the rams d might be a little overrated is because if you look at their strength of opposition and we're talking about the opposing offenses now. There's been numerous times throughout the year that they didn't play the best quarterback that that team had throughout the year. So let's use the perfect example. Arizona cardinals were the seventeenth. Best offense in football show right about average so the rams playing that offense their defense against that offense. It looks like okay. The rams dominated an average offense. That's a good thing except the quarterback. Wasn't the normal starting quarterback for the car knows. It wasn't collor murray. It was a backup
More people charged in Capitol riot
"Arrests have been made in connection with last week's riot at the Capitol already believe Robert Packers, the man pictured wearing a camp Auschwitz sweatshirt during the unrest. He was arrested by federal authorities in Hampton Roads, Virginia and was taken to the Western Tidewater regional jail. He has a court appearance scheduled. Investigators also believe just SIA Colt is the man who was pictured hanging from the balcony in the Senate chamber. He turned himself in Tuesday night to the ADA County, Idaho jail boxes Rob Dawson,
Capitol rioter seen wearing "Camp Auschwitz" shirt arrested
"It was one of the many disturbing images that came out of last week's assault on the Capitol, A rioter pictured wearing a sweatshirt that red Camp Auschwitz today. The man wearing that anti Semitic shirt was arrested in Newport News, Virginia, Robert Packer is charged with unlawful conduct entering the capital without permission and disorderly conduct. CNN says Packer's been convicted three times for driving under the influence. He also has a felony conviction for Forging public records.
Aaron Rodgers reveals he will guest host an episode of 'Jeopardy!'
"Star Aaron Rodgers said to guest host an episode of Jeopardy. The Green Bay Packers quarterback shared that he's excited to be guest hosting a game the game show and reveal that he's always looked up to the late long time host Alex Trebek. Rogers made a guest appearance on celebrity jeopardy back in 2015 and beat shark tank star Kevin O'Leary and retired astronaut Mark Kelly to earn a $50,000 donation to his favorite charity.
Packers QB Rodgers says he will guest-host on 'Jeopardy!'
"An NFL star is preparing for a star turn on a popular game show for right now Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is trying to play his way into the super bowl along with his team but once the season ends he'll be calling the signals on jeopardy Roger says he'll be one of the series of interim host to replace Alex Trebek who died of cancer last November eighth currently holding down the job is Ken Jennings who made his debut on Monday Rogers is no stranger to the game show he won one of the matches on celebrity jeopardy in twenty fifteen I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to be a guest host on 'Jeopardy'
"Meanwhile, big news for quarterback Aaron Rodgers and jeopardy they're doing Cem Cem guest hosting spots. Yeah, there's gonna be released here pretty soon, but I have the opportunity to one of those. What Rogers making the announcement today. Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings is the first to guest host since the death of Alex
"packer" Discussed on What A Day
"packer" Discussed on What A Day
"packer" Discussed on No Huddle
"First in cool with brian weber and nick ferguson is life one to eight pm every sunday throughout the season the nfl liaison to name let's expand the conversation focus on the return of our rogers a came at a road loss to carolina thirty one to 24 always great to talk packer football with bill huber from packer report dot com bill thanks for taking the time what we're your takeaways and how to rogers look you physically with a three touchdowns coupled with the 3 interceptions yeah i mean look like didn't play too much and now to check in a surprise me second 2013 against the bears after missing two months east buttered through no three plus quarters before as a flynn the game and it's the bears on okay the same deal with eight some some bad throws comes from off timing you know hackers got in the big hole in north carolina defense was a number five against the passing their number three in saxon this is what the answer is a heck of a defense and roger struggle in the packers are duck mike with what's happening today with an error rogers and you know there's been a lot of talk about whether coach mccarthy shin started him uh with where the packers are right now this point now if you mike mccarthy moving fouryear two games remaining minnesota in detroit and if you look at the standings it looks very difficult it really bleak for the packers as far as getting into the playoff even in a wildcard spot so with that being said do you play aaron rogers in his last two games that's a good question i've been thinking about that i don't know riders has a guy who wants to play.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"The thing that most interest me is the emphasis on democracy the emphasis on the values of democracy that trump has just trashed it reminds people of what those values are end and makes them realize they care about them they care about whether the soninlaw is using the fatherinlaw in the office to get rich they care about whether russia is involved in choosing winners and losers in our presidential elections well here's the thing that worries me yasha is that the objects of concern of a kind of national sensus sympathy and solidarity should include trump voters because they are some of them many of them are getting the short end of the stick right now in our view the left out well had he reach them there trump voters and they're the diehard trump voters they're the ones who can't be persuaded by by mueller or her pie colmey or by an so that's it really tricky one since the division the polarization is exactly down lines that oughta be grounds for unity and for solidarity pretty hard to feel solidarity with someone who voted for trump i didn't have the onset of a question but i think it leaves us an executive a riot question both i think the hope that we might be able to respond with a reinvigorated sense of the importance of democracy critic norms but also the real jones of how do we include people who didn't just vote in 2016 once for trump out of frustration with whatever but people who actually deeply believe mmd yoji how do we include them in project because if we don't.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"Politics changes is when this a shift in the emotional weather of the country of the public and certain language and ideas that meet it and i don't know what that shift is going to be right now i feel as if we're in a deep hole with our government in the hands of people who are looking more and more like you know ukrainian oligarchs or central asian nepotistic where corruption is just the way things happening government and democratic values are not even really pay much lip service and then the resistance as it calls itself seems to be doubling down on its own ideas about the rights of group said and trumka's lots and lots of ammunition twice entity politics because he is making it clear that there are groups that are targeted it would be an intellectual exercise to talk about it and that's what we do but i don't know how much half it would have in reality since i i just think these things happen in response to shifts in events and shifts in people's feelings just as the what i call the roosevelt republic was a response to the great depression and to fascism and world war two and the reagan republic was a response to stagflation the down be period of watergate in vietnam so let me put the question vis way you think that the mix between the great recession and the rise of trump and so on might be one of us talking points that actually we could come out of the dock and scary experience of easy is with reconfigured sense of what we in how we think about ourselves yes it's possible and they're moments in the opposition to trump when i feel like this surge of activism is really something that can have a future in that can be built on an isn't just a return to the same old.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"At enough here member during the campaign hillary clinton was confronted by some black lives matter demonstrators backstage at an event in new hampshire that she was about to go on and they were essentially inner calm and respectful way pressing heard apologize for what they think the clinton administration of the night is did with mass incarceration the crime bill and her language about superpredators end she wasn't gonna apologize but what she did do was say to them look i sympathize with your project give me an agenda turn your movement to reform at to actual changes in the criminal justice system and she was asking them essentially to take part in the political system to not just be a movement with a powerful name and powerful symbols but test pacific demands that could be answered with specific remedies legislative at cetera and the guy who sort of speaking for the other said don't tell us what to do we won't tell you what to do he was saying that's not your business our businesses int your business your business is in our business and it was a sort of way of saying we will make our own decisions and we're not gonna play your game and she was quite tough on them about that because she was say then you'll never have justice you'll never have remedies will remain outside when people are inviting you in you have to seize that opportunity and try to use it for power politics is about power and who has it.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"Suddenly atmosphere for liberal politics it plays into the narrative of the right in the interest of the right be and and it also politically makes it harder to create a coalition you know the truly liberal so it's tricky because i don't like the dismissive sound of some rightwing critiques of political correctness since i've been in some ways political correctness begins with justice than justice is something that you really ignore your peril but it's true that it's become an end to end in itself in odd kind of kota fide in ritualized way people find it very hard to have natural conversations and persuade each other identify with each other obama gave a speech last year about this say you really need to try to get into the skin of someone who isn't like you and he was talking to white people about black americans who see black people getting shot by the police without consequences and he was talking to black people who may think that a sixyearold white man in ohio these privilege but that man may not think he's very privileged in his own eyes so obama was really pushing hard for what i think of as liberal values which include an imagination that can france send identities and the can think more in terms of universal values vets crucial point to me i think feted three d actually about values we out committee stand for and vet the movement's when i get nervous about.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"That ten or fifteen years ago i think it might be who we are and i remember it was reviewed savagely including in the new yorker and other places because it made some connor particular claims about american identity that made it harder for latinos for example to qualify because they're not angler protestant senate yeah it's it had these large claims that seem both dubiously founded but also borderline racist and yet huntington was making some pretty powerful points about american identity and i had the feeling that the critics we're just responding to the racism but to the whole idea of american identity which made them uncomfortable and i was looking at some of the reviews of that book when i was working on that peace just before the election and it struck me that yeah you if you abandon that fielded tireless than donald trump is going to march onto it yeah i've with maitre true defence of constable flagwaving well what's meaning of a flag create again in europe acting in a lot of countries of meaning of like is sort of ethnic but no market it didn't used to be with him that europeans missing icombinator european makes who travels in america little bit outside new york city or something of a my got all these flags you know when at lear and vague take it to be the sort of disgusting nationalism but you know the flag zimmer for republican rep as political values and that's i think an important animate of it of course it has a double valence because it can also revert quite quickly to the usa you as a sort of chun's of the trump campaign the unappointed to another thing because i think you explanation of.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"But i think the traumas of the last decade decade and a half they include nine eleven they include the financial crisis especially the great recession which has had a devastating effect which i don't think people really have completely reckoned with on a both people's livelihoods and their attitudes the tea party as a reaction to the election of our first black president and to the return to sort of social democratic liberalism the government and then the occupy wall street is reaction to the financial crisis all of these upheavals which followed a period of stability end of kind of consolidation they splinter the narratives and now i think they are more at odds with each other and the real phenomenon is the emergence of this fourth one which is trump's which we began a cedar in the republican campaign which showed how far out of touch the republican leadership in donor class was from the republican voters because trump didn't sound anything like the contract with america or ronald reagan for that matter and none of them really work because all of them in some ways and something that when i gave the talk at the new america foundation my new yorker colleague atal guerande pointed out that they all have a loser they all depend on someone making it and someone not libertarianism most dramatically where the loser's sort of have only themselves to blame globalized cosmopolitan america we'll light to think about loses but there's so many losers in the age of globalization in that's been partly there the reason why trump and sanders emerged and hillary clinton lost because she really is tied to that period of the nineties when globalization and cosmopolitan elite took over the democratic party multiculturalism excludes everyone who is in in your group in a sense it doesn't by definition pick groups against each other but that's always the result.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"Is your kaunda to the four stories of american identity and you argue that basically vessels for quite different notions mcknight antiepidemic our thinking today and with each of them have failed in a different way server roma rightly verse roughly as of libertarian america a globalised america a multicultural america and then the sort of trumpian narrative of america first what are these different narratives in what's wrong with them i mean it it used to be that the left and the right had each its own basic narratives and for a long time really through most of my adult life they were pretty clear the right wing narrative was libertarian it was we're economic actors in the less 'interference by government the better for everyone freedom is the the fundamental condition and the more freedom the better and the left wing narrative was sort of a mix of multiculturalism identity movements liberation movements coming out of the the '60s and '70s which got kind of kota fight in the university's after that and a soft social democracy where you have belief in government support and a least lip service for unions but also a sense of if you work hard and get an education above all and do the right things that don't make the fundamental mistakes having children to sooner children before you get married or dropping out of school then you will thrive in the global economy with some help we won't let people drowned and those maybe came to their head in the nineties where libertarianism became an extreme almost nihilistic antigovernment ideology and clinton became the real incarnation of this sort of mix of multiculturalism and and cosmopolitanism.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"And so to a lot of people the only story that makes sense of why some immigrant communities of a'successful why they're community his taking on the shape it has is to blame immigrants will be in justice of a government or something like that that that of the reasons may come to that is not but it's that human are natural it's vet it's the only thing but can make sense of a lived experience admits arri and edit gets back to 'isolation because why meadow a woman who owned a motel outside of tampa and she ran into a lot of trouble with the financial crisis her occupancy rate went way down and she was facing foreclosure by the bank in the bank was going after her really aggressively and the only way she was able to hold onto the motel which he fought for tooth and nail was by turning to her extended family both those in florida those in london and those in gujarat and they helped her and none of the people i wrote about in the unwinding accept this woman who ship patel had an extended family they could turn to for help either they weren't in touch with their family they were sort of a estranged from it or the family just didn't have the means to help them out so she sits striking thing that only this woman from india was able to weather the financial crisis without drastic consequences among all the people that i talk to you know yes i am also thinking of another guy sorry to keep going back to those methods it gets better than a lotta windy generalization from based on dubious reporting but there is a guy ran into south of tampa who had a a welding operation called american dream welding sign how funded made me stop and talk to him and of course his american dream was going very badly recession his own body whiz turning against him there was a drug gang across the fence the government was imposing all these regulations on him the banks were trying to choke mafia it was a picture of a man completely besieged by.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"To the average german frenchman italian it's possible to be black hole asian on middle eastern and german and french an italian face still i think by notch have this notion of what it means to be true german met but it's a mona ethnic monocultural that excludes people if it undertook let you don't have the same ancestry and in a mark of it doesn't seem to me i think of corners of it's true this particular not just geographical corners but milieus where where people think but that doesn't seem to me to be true of most americans of most americans to me seemed to have an understanding what you can be latino asian or black and bureau american and yet we see at least a lot of tolerance for his vein radical rhetoric and a former white nationalism but certainly animated part of trump's campaign so you don't wanna speak to his people shall have certain racial resentments and looted from presumed the ended up voting for donald trump how would you describe the sort of you know cruised to a way the feelings about it is it vic completely accept immigrants camby americans they just have an abstract idea you're not of the immigrant to the walkway for who sort of you know part of a community but i will ones who they a coming in and cheating the system and so on will is it actually a real hostility envious communities between people of work alongside each other insulin amir varies course examples are coming to mind as you speak saw just give you a couple of examples and they're not consistent with each other than nor should they be really i remember one family in tampa very poor family close to homeless a lot of the time white family as isolated as any people i met.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"Individuals it turns out don't have very solid glue if you don't have a job space you're going to start finding your neighbors are turning to drugs turning to petty crime going on public assistance and kind of losing their moral nerve and that is a vast problem in america specially heartland was kind of asylum problem for a long time because for years politicians described these places as the real america sarah palin use that phrase to describe an area right near were deemed price lives at pretty much the area he said the real america is not where this hard work and church going in people serve in the military in it's not untrue but the pictures much darker the matt so it out that support from a community it's intact and that strong and vibrant especially when you have been raised to think you are the heart of the country things fall apart in a pretty awful way and that is exactly the impulse that lead i think to trump because it gave people both a sense of resentment and of being somehow having their way of life and their livelihood take it away from and then the search for a simple answer and the nationalism you describe is a really invidious one because it is a nationalism of exclusion it doesn't seem to apply to nativeborn americans who were not white it doesn't apply to immigrants doesn't apply two nonchristians so it became a really narrow and destructive nationalism but you're right that's what people turn to win their own communities no longer are thriving in the longer give them a sense of identity theft have so many questions out of what he just said but the federal vis one i mean i really struggled to understand the nature advice of identity in andrey's in this country and i wanna come back to some of those questions obstruct level layton the croatian but when he took to these people of country you as a european i am struck by the fact that i'm really not convinced vet.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"Then has traditionally been becase united states and bed seems to me that perhaps that's a sort of odd complementarity as well that the more isolated people feel the most cept will they are to want to feel the belonging inverse abstract category of a nation over race or something like that that that makes sense to me i mean what i saw in all the places i spent a lot of time these are really in the years say two thousand ten to two thousand thirteen i think that those were years that were foreshadows of what was to come i saw a sense of no more middle class to support sort of the good life instead the money was all going either going to the top or going out of the country and of a growing underclass a white world mall town under class along with a black underclass and second a sense of lack of opportunity for one's children lack of sensitive life would be as good as their parents lies and third a sense of the game being fundamentally rigged to use a has become common rigged in the sense that the people in these powerful far away institutions are looking out for themselves and each other that it's a fixed game in which they can get ahead by cheating the scam was a perennial issue people being scammed scams getting people things that they didn't deserve whether at the lower end ended welfare at the top in at wall street cheats and business government collusion the bank bailouts all of that under the heading of scam and so all of this was reflected in a breakdown in their own communities mean without these institutions.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"And the lack of a sense of this is on my side even if it's far away even if it's big on my side no that's gone what he's things that actually dough combative worried about menendez entry invent lisa soldiers who referenced worried about mahfoud's and '60s was sort of the feeding of being lost in a society where mass institutions are really strong but you want among the huge crowd rightly at general motors would be a great example yeah and used to be but society was a human scaled right preindustrial villages management very poor and so on but the sort of who had personal relationships to everybody around you and now is just sort of a number in a factory rate and your member of all of east of moscow innovations i'm you'll connected to trade union you connected to a place of work you're connected to verse feng but how do you feel reconciled new world where you just a called machine to replace boat right and what is saying is that to dave worries actually they different veteran even have had any more yet i was reading stunts turkoz book working which is a portrait of american jobs in the '60s and '70s and the problem there is people trapped in jobs they hate and their numbers their cogs whether it's in a factory or in a big white collar corporation or whatever today the problem is not that they're trapped in jobs they hate it's that they are uncertain about jobs at all and the work his part time an intermittent they can't count on your schedule if they're working in the stock permit target is one guy i wrote about was so it's insecurity not the smothering anonymous life of some jyle corporations the title the unwinding came from dean price the biodiesel entrepreneur north carolina and what he was talking about was the reversing.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"So doj whatever have you're writing it sometimes seems a little bit his failure reporting both inevitable that some kind of precludes pollution along the lines of deng trump would happen what are you see what traveling around the country tone was stories of ordinary people but made up the unwinding the lobby of articles who can writing about this topic but worry too i mean weeding vny ending i was so impressed of a kaleidoscope of stories but i kind of went to know you know in your words how to synthesize the warring things that are on the page there yes i i deliberately avoided doing that as you know because i felt that i couldn't be bozo a writer of narratives and sociologists at the same time without one you know maybe undermining the other so the the sociologies implied the political thinking is applied it for more explicit account of what that book and report left me with i wrote a piece for the new yorker just before the election called hillary clinton than oculus revolt and that's where i laid out in more systematic terms the trends themes in italy the the harbingers that i began to assemble and the unwinding basically the people i talked to were isolated in different ways and different places but 'isolation was a key element of their lives whether they were a factory worker in youngstown ohio or a biodiesel farmerentrepreneur entrepreneur in rotterdam county north carolina war former residents of the go subdivisions around tampa bay during the financial crisis in recession they they didn't have any backing they didn't have any structure to stand on whether it be.
"packer" Discussed on The Good Fight
"But there are other people who biases wax and wane depending on their circumstances depending on whose talking to them and what they're hearing at what kind of languages in the air trump has license those people but i don't think all of them are hopeless the now with good flush with josh among welcome to a putt concepts such as the ideal policies and strategies that can be two fulltime populist like donald trump of next week and the next what i just wanna start by saying a word about the series of tasked attacks in london of last month's virtue the tax as inspired by islamist ideology and recently boesen attack as a revenge attack i suppose of some kind of somebody we don't know much about it yet saying that he wants to go and kill muslims and i think it shows the degree to which terrorism can become a challenge for liberal democrat societies among my friends but sometimes a slightly triumphalist now to fete we can batteries towers the tax our site is a stronger than than them rican deal without reacting to them but i think that even though immigra wrecked aftermath of terrorist attacks you don't we see a surgeon the support for heart populist parties wednesday night that in the long run it really corrosive of support for democracy and it really insights different parts of the population against each other and to me but danger off real farright terrorism coming as a response to ongoing attacks.