36 Burst results for "Paul Pelosi"
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"So he saw it kind of like hazing from a fraternity. And in one particular instance, Paul Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi's husband, was the one that he saw making fun of him because they passed out cigars. Some kind of high end cigars. Probably with the same seasoning as the steak. And so he put it in his mouth and he tried to light it and he wasn't able to light it properly or take the right puff. And so they started making all these gay jokes about it. We thought you'd be able to give up blow jobs and we thought you'd be better at that and so they were really hammering him about it. It was like a bunch of frat of evil jerks and the guys being hazed and so and then he got so embarrassed he walked out. He walked out of the room to go be alone. And he thought that was really sad and when he asked about it, somebody told him that that same guy, like he was new to the club, he had just gotten in the year before. And supposedly the story was that the year before when he came there, he didn't fit in either. And most of the time he talked to the help. He talked to the people who were, you know, cleaning and serving food. So he never quite fit in with the rich people and the cool kids. Imagine that can sell out overnight Carnegie Hall. And then you got Nancy Pelosi's husband making fun of you not being able to smoke a cigar. Lots of ways to go with this. Let's go back to this worshiping of the owl God. I find that to be very strange and especially we've mentioned a few times the quote that John rich's friend said that it's thought a big deal. Why are they worshiping in Al God? Is that some sort of a satanic idol being used here? Is this a secret society for satanists that you don't find out about until you're too far down the rabbit hole? Potentially, that could be the between one and four in the morning. So that's once you've been debaucherous drinking and pissing in arguing and all this kind of stuff. Anything satanic, anything evil, anything ritualistic, anything cannibalism, anything. Sexual debauchery would happen between that time from one to four in the morning. And he, the guy who worked there has things to say about that too. So he was talking about as far as racism goes. It was limited because they were starting to let more black members in and a few Jewish, mostly it was humor at women's expense or Mexican Hispanics. He saw cockroaches with Puerto Rican flags painted on their backs and they were doing like some games or races with those and then they were making jokes about Hispanics. They were whispers of prostitution rings like arrests in the area being covered up, but within the grove, he didn't see that specifically. There's something else here, but so he saw a former speaker of energy for the United States. Give a speech about a war in Iraq, and then he opened it up to anybody who was there. Anybody who was there at the speech to give him ideas. And so he was standing in the back with the workers and he said he was invisible just watching and he was thinking how weird that was, that this is like a real issue with real world consequences and he's just like yeah anybody got any ideas. You would never see that. Because at that time people were talking about oil and the Bush administration and all this. And here he is just openly like, yeah, so what do you guys think? What should we do about this? Right. Really struck out as super weird to him. And it made him refer back to how everybody brags about the Manhattan Project. So while they're saying like nobody talks about business, he literally saw this guy who's in charge of energy saying anybody got any ideas and why wouldn't he take their ideas back to the actual job. It's very clicky, groups of men traveling in packs. He said Clint Eastwood would sit with the same people. He saw Carl rove cussing and pissing on a tree. He ordered lobster for breakfast. There was weird stuff. It was a real boys club. And here's the weirdest thing from him. He said, late at night, he heard screams coming from deep in the Woods. And he heard a lot of hushed rumors about Asian boys being kept underground. So that's the second person who said this. What he heard was that they were tunnels being used between one and 4 a.m. every night. He said, I feel like there's something really weird going on. They do weird shit and based on what we know, imagine what we don't know. Well, I mean, that's the thing. It seems like there's a lot we don't know about this. And I can break down, there's a growth stage, a field circle, campfire circle, lecture halls, a lot of outdoor areas for events, the out shrine by the Lake, 2000 seat amphitheater. I mean, they've put time steely Dan has played there. Zach Brown band. There's a whole bunch of stuff. You can actually play gigs at the grove. If you're a member or invited as a guest, I guess. Plus, since it's there year round, off season, maybe they do other events because again, if there's they can limit how far in you go. I mean, so that's it from my three people who have actually been there. Oh, I did want to mention if you're familiar with the TV show household cards? Yes. So there was an episode. And they specifically went into alluding to bohemian grove stuff about a secret cult and they did reenactments and all of this, but within the fictional world and they called it instead of bohemian grove, they called its chapter 60 is the episode. They called it elysian fields, they said men were only allowed in by invitation only in the trees. They get to eat together and pee together. And their quote, remember the other one was about, you know, not weaving a spell with a quote on the TV show for elysian fields was buzzing bees do not sting here. So much emphasis on the peeing. Yes. It went to court. They literally had a court case over it and that was the reason why they justified not allowing women to be there because they needed to be open to be able to pee freely openly. We are moving in a new direction, moving forward and moving beyond smoking. We are Altria and our companies
Fresh update on "paul pelosi" discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"Fire it up, Mike. Seriously, it makes you wonder, like, what even is that? This guy is supposed to be a lawyer, but meanwhile, he attacks him personally. Well, as you can tell, Mike didn't take too kindly to the ambulance chaser, insulting his world famous My Pillows. I mean, it sounds like the ambulance chaser is probably a liberal who would be just as happy throwing snowballs at Santa Claus. But as you might expect, Mike stood tall like a superhero. So from this point forward, I nominate Mike Lindell as the newest, greatest American hero. Who could it be? Believe it or not, it's just me. For standing firm and fighting the hard fight and fighting for what's right, and that's what makes Mike Lindell a hero. And speaking of heroes, Damon, how about the heroics of that San Francisco homeless guy who decided he is not going to be a victim and do what some creepy 83-year-old Paul Pelosi wants him to do in the middle of the night, just so he can be another notch on an ever-growing list of late-night hookups for his 2 a.m. Naked Hammer Fight Club. Like I said, hold your horns, Damon. Why do I always have to come into the end of these things? Back to you, because I'm giving it back to you. You know what, that actually has a good look to you. I'm throwing it back to you. You had such a good ending there with Lindell, we didn't even have to go to the Naked Hammer Fight Club. Really? But you just cannot let it go, and then you can't let it go getting me involved. But you love the segment, so I thought I'd make it... Ah, I think he's getting sick of your bull. What even is that? You look pretty good in that picture. Yes, you do. You're looking good. And feeling good. You are good. All right, very good, Rick Delgado. What even is that? If you missed it and you want to see it again, it'll be on our Substack tonight, LFS6Speed.Substack.com. Make sure you go up and sign up. Absolutely free. It's the first place they go. And then, of course, they'll be at LiveFromStudio6Speed.com as well. You can check it out over there. Did we do sports last segment, Slick? No, we didn't. All right, let's do some sports. Sports is brought to you by Perfect Timing, the aforementioned Mike Lindell and MyPillow. Sick, Rick, what's going on? All right, well, let's get you updated on Monday Night Football. Double header going on right now, and speaking of the horns, the Rams right now are up 6-3 over to Bengals. Nine minutes to go in the second there. I don't know, not looking good. And the Eagles, boy, they're looking really good. That was a bad pick. Good pick by Aaron. They're up 20-3 over the Buccaneers. Nine minutes to go in the third. Not looking good at all for Tampa Bay. I thought they'd have a little bit more fight, but, you know, I guess they're the real deal. Jalen Hurts, 15 to 26, 180 yards, one touchdown, one pick. Baker Mayfield. I should have realized Baker Mayfield. Where in the world is he ever going to beat Philly? So that's what's going on in football. Let's get you updated to another rodeo this weekend. How about this one? The Omaha River City Rodeo wrapped up in Omaha, Nebraska at the CHI Health Center, Omaha. Here we go. All-around Cowboy, Dalen McIntyre, $1,700. Tied on roping, and Team Roping. Bareback, Cole Franks, 85.5 points on this survey, brothers. Chicken Blood, 36.66. Steel Wrestling, Cody Devers, 3.5 seconds. I like that time there. Team Roping, Cooper White and Tucker White, 5.6 seconds. The White Brothers, $1,957. Saddle Bronc, we had a tie. Chase Brooks on the survey. Brothers Panther and Brody Kress on survey championship rodeos. Wyatt Earp, 84 points each. Tied on roping, Tom Cruise. No, not that. Tom Cruise, 8.6 seconds, though. Cruise spelled C-R-O-U-S-E. Battle Racing, Wenda Johnson, 14 and 7 tenths. Excellent, excellent time. And Bull Riding, Clayton Sellers, 87 net points on survey championship rodeos. Vitalics, Hard Knocks, $4,100. Total payout, little rodeo, $82,150. Anyway, we're talking about steers and bulls. Man dies after being gored by bull at Spanish festivals. Not funny, Rick. Dylan Quinn of Breitbart here. Authorities in Spain have announced that a man has died from wounds he sustained after being gored by a bull at a festival on Saturday. The incident occurred in Pobla de Fornal in the Valencia region. The man was gored in his side by a bull named Cosinero, according to the reports. The man whose identity was not released died after arriving at a local hospital. Bulls are released into the streets and runners dash ahead of them in a tradition played out in more than 1,820 Spanish municipalities every year, according to a recent survey by animal rights groups Animal Naturalis and CAS International Reuters reports. Despite the outcry from dozens of animal rights activists, bull running festivals remain very popular and there's no sign of their popularity declining. So, not a good run in with that bull there, big dig. Well, no, no. No death is, no. Not good, not good. A lot of fun. People do its big tourism thing. It's a must do type of thing for some people, not me. Yeah, but when you line up, you're kind of going in thinking, hey, this may not end well. No. Right? You have to have that thought in your head like, should I really be doing this? Well, yeah, the 1,000-pound bull chasing you with his horns down and you, you know, had a couple too many cheeseburgers for lunch, can't move that quickly, you could be in trouble. Right. Even worse, if he's in a car, he can drive that much faster.
President Biden; The Old, Old, Man
"I want to play for you Marco Rubio who went on to Fox with Sean Hannity last night and gave a discussion of the president's State of the Union, which I think sums up the reaction that most of us who have seen or heard or read about it because it was just a bizarre night. Cut number 40. Yeah, it was a bizarre speech all the way around him. There's a lot of bizarre lines tonight. One of them had to do with China where he said, namely one world leader he actually screamed into the camera. Name me one world leader that would trade places with president Xi, basically any dictator on the planet, would love to be the president for life of the second largest economy in the world in a rapidly growing military that can fly balloons over the continent of the United States and have nothing happened to them. And it's that joins a list of a lot of bizarre things tonight. Look, tonight, he recognized Paul Pelosi horrible attack. No one was in favor of it, completely ignores the fact that city right in front of him is Brett Kavanaugh, or an assassin, was arrested within steps of Brett Kavanaugh's door completely ignored that. You know, he attacked big pharma, smeared them up and down. I'm not always a big fan of big pharma, but then he takes credit and brags about a vaccine that they made billions on because he fired people unless they used their vaccine. He went after big oil. All this profits you should be reinvesting your profits before I, Joe Biden put you out of business over the next ten years. I mean, the litany of ridiculousness of it was just really bizarre statement, but let me tell you what you didn't hear about tonight and I thought that governor Huckabee touched on that in her rebuttal and her response is you didn't hear a lot of talk about pregnant men tonight. You didn't hear a lot of talk about some of these crazy things because they're pivoting now to an election mode and they know all that stuff is toxic. So try and pretend it's not happening, but it remains at the core and at the heart of their administration, not a lot of woke talk tonight, except for the climate stuff, which by the way, he doesn't tell you, benefits China, who make the batteries, who now dominate the solar panel industry and the like. And who continue to build more coal fired plants and all the other countries of the world, combined. So it was a bizarre speech with a lot of silly not lines and some really ridiculous ones perhaps the craziest of all is threatening he's going to veto any national abortion ban passed by Chuck Schumer's democratic Senate. And he screams it so you can see how strong he was screaming a lot last night. The president does not hear well, he does not speak while he does not communicate while he is an old, old man.
The Bidens Invite Paul Pelosi, Bono, And Tyre Nichols' Family to SOTU
"By the way, Jill Biden, misses doctor First Lady. I'm going to share with you the list of people that she's invited, including Paul Pelosi. Hammer time. Jill Biden is also going to host Bono. And also the parents of Tyree Nichols. That's the young man from Memphis, Tennessee, who was brutally beaten to death by police, died three days later. And by the way, they're using that young man's death to push massive, massive police reforms. And by reforms, they want to take away the rights of the police to actually do their jobs.
Who Failed Paul Pelosi
"I want to talk about the Pelosi body camera that was just released when I say Pelosi power Pelosi's incident where there was a nut job that broke in his house and ended up bashing him in the head with a hammer, almost killing the man. So let me tell you my takeaways. All of the stuff that was online without having the body worn camera footage alluded to the fact that Pelosi could have been involved with this guy as a lover and that, you know, this guy in Pelosi stage the break in and the police showed up and called Pelosi and the guy in their underwear and it was all the strange situation and have opened the door and was just standing there and nothing happened before he was just randomly struck in the head. All of those things were out there in about and some people were speaking about it. However, when I saw the body worn camera footage, it really cleared up a lot of stuff for me and I want to set the record straight. It appears to me based on a body on camera footage that power Pelosi was a victim, I don't care what you think about Nancy Pelosi and all these other knuckleheads. Power Pelosi was a victim. And if you're calling in, let me break. If you call in and you disagree with me, just hold on, I'm gonna get to you in a second. Power Pelosi was a victim. This guy took several minutes to break into the house. And being when the police came to the door and I just, I'm confused. Because they deemed the dispatcher heroic because she was able to interpret what Paul Pelosi was saying because the guy was breaking in his house and he was trying to speak in code and say, hey, what are you doing in my house? You don't live here. In a dispatcher, I guess put the cookies down and was like, wait a minute, this on sound right. And ended up ordering police officers to go out there in an emergency situation. I'm assuming that's what that was, that's what had happened. Because if it wasn't what happened, then the dispatcher didn't do a good job and probably should be suspended. Because if you can not interpret the fact that Nancy Pelosi's husband is at home alone, and he's saying you don't belong in my house, you don't live here, you need to leave. That you don't interpret it. It's probably a person breaking. And then you got a person between a rock and a hard place. However, let's just say And let's just say the police officer showed up with that expectation. Based on my observation of the video, they failed. They failed. They knock on the door and one officer was on his phone for whatever reason. I don't know what he was doing. He got his head down. On his phone, the other officer knocked on the door, you could see his body wearing camera, he turned his back to the door at some point.
Body Cam Footage of Fatal Police Beating Is Released
"I want to talk about Paul Pelosi's body worn camera footage being released, but our first one to touch base and revisit the Memphis police officers that were all charged in the death of a young man, Tyree Nichols, who was a resident there in Memphis, Tennessee pulled over on a traffic stop. Now, I told y'all yesterday. I told you yesterday. I said, I guarantee you, and let me preface this. The officers in this situation could be wrong. There's a very possibility that it can be wrong. They were charged. You have to have probable cause of charge somebody. Now in the spirit of the way they do business now in the United States of America against police officers, I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't do nothing wrong. And because the dude got a shellacking and end up dying, they want to make an example out of these police officers. So I'm open to believe that it could go either way. Now, let me explain to you what the department issued as to the occurrence of the initial interaction between the scorpion unit officers who were all black and this black man driving in the vehicle. They made mention in their report that the Memphis police officers pulled over Nichols on January the 7th around 8, 30 p.m.. They pulled him over for reckless driving. Let me just talk about what he did. We'll deal with the police in a minute because when a body worn camera come out, the body won camera don't lie. Just like the hips don't lie, the body won camera don't lie. He gets pulled over for reckless driving. What did he do next, ladies and gentlemen, did he just get pulled over and say, officer, you need my license and registration and gay to license registration and took the ticket and went home like I did, not for reckless driving but for speeding, I got a ticket, I took it like a champ. But no, he didn't do that. The reports say a confrontation occurred. During the traffic stop at which point, Nichols ran away from police on foot. He ran, let me say that again for the people in the back smoking crack. He ran away from the police on foot,
Paul Pelosi Attack Footage Released by Police
"We saw acts of violence that were both near fatal and fatal. Of course, the video was released due to a court order of Paul Pelosi being attacked by this lunatic with a hammer in Pelosi's home, the home of he and his wife, Nancy, the Speaker of the House, the then Speaker of the House, this guy is hopefully going to be behind bars for a long time, if not in a mental institution, and I hope that people will knock off the conspiracy theories. Man, oh man, we are enamored with conspiracy theories as a country, aren't we? As a people, who opened the door, how did the door get open? What was the guy doing there? Why was Pelosi's underwear? I mean, knock it off. Here's an 82 year old man who's lucky to be alive. As the surveillance video showed this. Bizarre person breaking into the Pelosi home and then hitting them over the head with a hammer, cracking open his skull, the 82 year old guy is never going to be the same. No person should experience that in their home. And the fact that, you know, Nancy Pelosi may have a political ideology that we strongly disagree with shouldn't excuse or lead it to any path of looking the other way or not condemning this act of awful violence,
Sebastian Reviews the Bodycam Video of the Paul Pelosi Attack
"Show you it has been released not only the 9 11 call from Paul Pelosi to the dispatcher in San Francisco on that October night. We now have the body cam footage of what happened when the police came to his home. Really weird because he stood there with his quote unquote assailant and didn't try to leave the building. Here's the footage play cut. Hi guys, how you doing? How are you? What's going on, man? Hi. Drop the hammer. Nope. Hey. What is going on? So for those who are only listening to this show, it's unusual, the door is opened. Poor Pelosi standing there in his underwear in his left hand, he's holding some kind of drink some big like a Monster Energy drink can or can a beer or what have you. And then his quote unquote is sailing, this illegal immigrant from Canada is holding a hammer which Pelosi is also holding, there doesn't seem to be a lot of fear on Pelosi's face. Until what happens, the police officer says, to the illegal immigrant, drop the hammer at which point he refuses and raises the hammer and goes after Pelosi, what was happening in the intervening period, what was he doing there standing with a drink in hand and in his underwear, it's all very, very strange.
Julie Kelly's Reaction to the Latest Paul Pelosi Bodycam Footage
"Kelly, what is your take? I want to get into this gen 6 video that's been released this week, but first since this is the breaking news. Can I get your take? I know it's sort of hot, so it's the fresh, the hot take, Julie Kelly, on the public. It sounded to me like he was trying to remain calm and he was trying to keep the intruder calm as well. He was trying to kind of signal it sounded like to the dispatcher. Okay, I don't know who this guy is. He was looking for my wife. You know, trying to remain sort of in a calm posture. And so yes, they did save his life. But look, this raises questions why they wanted to keep any of this under protective orders. Why it wasn't released right away. And because obviously you see this is a legitimate intrusion and attack and people need to be held responsible, including. And you know what else Julie? Just to throw out that it's possible that we don't actually know if the guy was maybe standing right next to him. When he was on the call. So it's possible that, you know, and this is a great point I should also bring up that as we're going through this in real time that he's standing right there so he's trying to not provoke him. That's right. That's exactly what it sounded like. Well, there is a little bit more. Producers telling me they did cut for time that it looks like Pelosi was asking for the capitol police and said that he has to wait for his wife to get home. Right. So again, you have a major mistake by U.S. capitol police who are now paid to monitor. They've got district offices in Florida and in San Francisco. Their job was to protect and surveil socially home. Why didn't they? Why did they fail once again?
6 Months of News Wrapped in Less Than 2 Minutes
"This is crazy You're never going to believe this during the break So in one news day in the last two hours we've covered like 6 months worth of news You've got people all over the United States embracing for violence because the Memphis body cam police tape is going to be released soon Embracing for violence which I find incredible How again burning down people's buildings and beating the crap out of them is going to solve a case of potential police use of force violations is beyond me maybe because I'm a normal person but I don't understand that That's going down The Paul Pelosi 9-1-1 tapes revealed We played that earlier The Paul Pelosi body camp police video comes out The RNC is about the pit star voting on a new leader that Matt taibbi decides to drop a new Twitter files thing indicating how they basically painted everyone they didn't like as a Russian bot This just happened I don't even have time for that And The New York Times drops the story yesterday The Pfizer thing happens last night where Pfizer a guy goes out on a date gets caught on hidden audio talking about mutating a deadly virus that killed tens of millions that infected hundreds of millions and then The New York Times drops the story which I gotta be honest with you I think it's one of the biggest stories of all Clearly laying down cover for the Durham investigation for things going on in the dorm investigation
Video of Paul Pelosi Hammer Attack Released
"So the surveillance video from the Paul Pelosi attack has been released I just saw it Jim is processing it It's going to take a little bit There's a lot of curse words in there Before I get to my other story the surveillance video is also been released too It looks like this guy was outside the house Then you see watching this now it looks like some kind of breaking and entering here through the back but the video of the police body cam is very strange They knock on the door it doesn't sound like it's an emergency I don't know I was a police officer and there's typically a different tone of voice It sounds like they're responding to some kind of suspicious call which they do multiple times a night When they knock on the door immediately upon opening the door you see Paul Pelosi and if you're standing at a doorway Paul Pelosi staring at the doorways to the right and the subject is to the left holding Paul Pelosi's right arm by the wrist He's holding his arm by the wrist but it's weird that this I mean as this guy suffering from some psychopathology some apparently had some issues Why he would let him answer the door I don't know So he's holding him by the wrist He's got a hammer in his hand So immediately the police officers upon open the door open in the door you'll hear it's going to take a minute to cut this So we'll get up to it Say drop the hammer as they say drop the hammer He says no and then just swings and hits the sky I mean hard You can tell this was not this was not a tap I mean he and Paul Pelosi hits the floor I'm actually stunned the survived this I'm serious You get hit with a hammer like that in the head It's obviously designed to transmit force over a limited area to drive a nail Well it does the same thing to a skull He had some hard and Paul Pelosi hits the floor in space down on the floor at clearly
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. The video of the interaction between Memphis police and Tyree Nichols is set to be released sometime after 6 p.m. central time Friday. Shelby county district attorney general Steve mulroy said Thursday that to his knowledge it will be a mix of body camera video and sky cop video with some of it redacted. The attorneys for some of the X Memphis police officers involved in the violent arrest of Nichols say the officers are in shock. Blake balin attorney for X Memphis officer Desmond mills junior says his client is upset. It's put on a very strong facade, but I know underneath it all. This is causing him and his family. A lot of anxiety. Nichols, a black man died in the hospital days after a January 7th traffic stop involving the police officers who are also black. Video and audio footage recorded on the day of the attack on Paul Pelosi in San Francisco is set to be released Friday, according to the San Francisco superior court the evidence will be made available to accredited media members. A judge ruled Wednesday that the district attorney's office must make the materials public. New government figures show the U.S. economy is slowing but still growing. Rory O'Neill reports the latest gross domestic product numbers show the American consumer is holding on to their wallet, cutting personal spending in the fourth quarter of 2022. Still, the government reports say the economy grew at 2.9% in the fourth quarter, slightly better than the 2.8% that was expected. Economists are still split on the economic forecast for 2023, fearing a recession while still hoping for that soft landing. The air travel system is stressed to the max. That's what United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby told CNN following a series of recent air travel mishaps across the U.S.. Kirby said operations in the industry are strained across the board, whether it's security pilots or FAA staffing and systems. I'm Brian shook. The FDA has confirmed its working with the World Health Organization to probe the deaths of children linked to contaminated cough syrups in New Delhi, Neha poonia reports. The FDA says there's no indication that these cough syrups are available for sale in America, but for now it's asking people to only buy those medicines that are made for sale in the U.S.. These products were found to have unacceptable limits of toxins and the problem now look after the raw materials used to make these cough syrups by 6 companies in India and Indonesia and whether they are linked in any way. Salt Lake City officials are denying accusations that a heavy equipment operator scooped up a homeless woman and placed her in a dumpster earlier this week, the incident reportedly happened Tuesday as the city was conducting a homeless camp cleanup. The woman claimed she was in a tent when she was scooped up and dropped in the dumpster. The director of homeless policy and outreach for the city tells KST UTV the claim was investigated and no evidence was found to support it. Former child star Lance Kerwin is dead at the age of 62, Michael kasner reports
Paul Pelosi attack video to be released. Here's how the assault on Nancy Pelosi's husband unfolded
"California judge has ordered the release of footage of the attack on Paul Pelosi. I'm Lisa dwyer. Footage of the attack on former U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband will be released publicly. During a preliminary hearing last month, prosecutors play portions of Paul Pelosi's 9-1-1 call, plus footage from capitol police surveillance cameras, body cameras worn by the two police officers who arrived at the house and video from the suspect's interview with police. A California judge has ruled that there was no reason to keep the footage secret. The district attorney's office argued
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. At least three people are dead in Louisiana due to severe storm related events this week. That number is according to state health officials, the national weather service says a tornado moved through New Orleans Wednesday afternoon, causing damage in several communities. The house is passing a short term funding bill that will prevent a government shutdown. Friday's funding deadline will now be moved to next week giving lawmakers more time to make a deal on spending for the remaining 2023 fiscal year. The resolution now heads to the Senate, where it must pass and be sent to the desk of President Biden before midnight on Friday to avoid the shutdown. The man accused of breaking into House speaker Nancy Pelosi's house in October and attacking her husband with a hammer is appearing in court, Julie Ryan reports. San Francisco prosecutors began with a recording of Paul Pelosi's 9-1-1 call after David depart broke into his home and assaulted him. Prosecutors then brought San Francisco police officer Kyle cagney to the stand. Cagney was one of the first officers who responded to the Pelosi home and tackled the pap after he tried to run from the house. That's when to pap drop the hammer allegedly used in the attack. Body camera footage was also played from one officer, showing to pap refusing to drop the hammer when they first arrived, to pap is facing numerous charges, including attempted murder. I'm Julie Ryan. President Biden says initiatives will integrate African countries into global markets. This MOU
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In D.C. penance. Thanks, Carol President Biden and former president Trump are hoping to drum up support and rallies today before tomorrow's midterms, Republicans are optimistic about winning enough seats to retake control of both the House and the Senate former RNC communications director Doug high tells Bloomberg, Democrats have not focused on the issues concerning voters. Republicans have been aggressive in talking about inflation and crime. And frankly, Democrats just haven't on those issues. We've seen a lot of talk about abortion, but that issue has really receded. Former RNC communications director Doug high, democratic strategist Matt Bennett with third way tells Bloomberg, history is against Democrats maintaining control. Only three times since the Civil War has the party in power actually done better in the house. During the midterm election. And those were all extraordinary circumstances after 9 11 during the new deal and in 1998, when the economy was booming. Matt Bennett says his party has not done a good job of discussing the economy and inflation. Well, in her first interview, since her husband was attacked in their San Francisco home, House speaker Nancy Pelosi is describing how she received word. She spoke about it with CNN's Anderson Cooper and says she was startled by the knock at the door in the middle of the night. Bang bang bang bang bang on the door. So I run to the door and I'm see this capitol police and they said we have to come in to talk to you and I'm thinking my children, my grandchildren, I never thought it would be pop. Pelosi again interviewed by CNN Paul Pelosi is recovering at home. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. Businesses evolved. The
Joe Biden Speaks on Paul Pelosi, Pelosi Home Attack
"Good evening everyone Just a few days ago a little before two 30 a.m. in the morning A man smashed the back windows and broke into the home of the Speaker of the House of Representatives the third highest ranking official in America He carried in his backpack zip ties duct tape rope and a hammer As he told the police he had come looking for Nancy Pelosi To take her hostage to interrogate her to threaten to break her kneecaps but she wasn't there Her husband my friend Paul Pelosi was home alone The assailant tried to take Paul hostage He woke him up He wanted to tie him up the assailant ended up using a hammer to smash Paul's skull Thankfully by the grace of God Paul survived All this happened after the assault and I saw a hard to even say And the police Hard to even say After the assailant asking where's Nancy Where's Nancy Those are the very same words used by the mob when they stormed the United States Capitol on January 6th I see When they broke windows kicked in the doors So that ties them to an unhinged mentally ill Drug addicted homeless illegal ilium And erected gallows to hang the former vice president illegal alien who should have been deported
"paul pelosi" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"People that are fancy intros. I think seriously. Yes, in a recent interview of U.S. news and World Report Secretary of the Treasury blumenthal, blamed our current rising inflation, you know, large part on our foreign trade and unions. He did, however, say that the government was little to blame. A little bit. It's never to blame. No. The government is never to blame. He was the basket. Unfortunately, it is one of the defects of our political system. That we always put a Secretary of the Treasury and other high government officials into a position in which when they make public statements they are almost driven. Well, what's the word I want to use? I want to use a polite word equivocate. Secretary blumenthal knows as well as you and I do. That inflation does not come from trade unions. That doesn't mean the trade unions aren't grasping, of course they are. But they don't produce inflation for one simple reason. They do not own a printing press on which you can turn out green pieces of paper. The only such printing presses in Washington. I say printing press, of course, in the modern age, we do it in a more sophisticated way. We use bookkeepers and accountants and computers. But it comes down to the same thing. Inflation is made in Washington because only Washington can create money. And any other attribution of other groups of inflation is wrong. Consumers don't produce it, producers don't produce it. The trade unions don't produce it, foreign sheiks don't produce it, oil imports don't produce it. What produces it is too much government spending and too much government creation of money and nothing else. Remember the old school days, by the way, a few times I might use terrific causing wages, right? So those were the old school days. When the Democrats used to focus on wages for hardworking people, Americans, Americans, and then they would unionize, but here's the difference. And I'll never forget this is one of my first, we came back from training on a weehawken New Jersey for pain Weber. And the workers went on strike. At General Motors. And that's because the management just said we're not paying you anymore. We're just not we're not signing this deal.
"paul pelosi" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"And that went, you talk about corporations, 50% of that, what the big corporations. 50%. Went to JetBlue. And Southwest Airlines and General Motors. Huge corporations. Forget about the tax cuts. You just handed them our money? That's right. I mean, their money too, I guess. It was their money too, right? But who cares? Tax cuts for God's sakes. Well, tax cuts are way, way more beneficial than absolutely. So the one time thing puts the money into the economy one time. When you get a tax cut, what you're doing is saying, and this is and I've been saying this for this is the real shame to the Biden administration is we are at a point in this world where the United States of America can dominate for the next 300 years. We can cut to access. We can make it more attractive. First of all, China's got all kinds of problems. We've doubled the debt the U.S. has. They have an aging population and because they restricted how many that was a bad idea. And the third biggest one. And this is a real big one is that China was known for their cheap labor. They are not they are liars over there when it comes to business. Nobody can trust them. That's true. Your stuff's going to get stolen, but you could get cheap labor. Well, guess what? Intel just set up a plant in the United States of America. Do they need cheap labor? Nope, they've got robots. And that's where it's going. And China is going to get screwed. But we've got an idiot in The White House right now. If that was me, I would be cutting deregulating, cutting taxes and cutting welfare, 59 million people in this country. That third bag there that's sucking off the system that we played before. He needs to get a job. And so do the rest of his friends sitting around him. But let me ask you this. What does what would be a game changer for China for China to dominate the world as opposed to the U.S. to dominate the world? What direction do they need to go? What do they have? What have they cornered the market on? These raw materials. These rare Earths of materials, right? The stuff that goes into these green energy stuff. Who do you think is funding a lot of the green energy movement in America? Who do you think is funding a lot of these teachers organizations through other so here's what happens, folks. Again, follow the money is so easy, right? The Chinese government spends billions of dollars on all these shadow organizations. Same thing with George Soros, right? These shadow organizations go by names like people for a better education system or educators united for green futures, whatever bullshit they make up.
"paul pelosi" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"She laughed at him. They laughed, openly laughed at all. My God, shrug. What a fool. He's in bed with Putin, right? Where are we today? He was a 100% right. These bureaucrats are morons. It's so funny. They were saying he was in bed with Putin as he's saying, you should not be dependent on pooping. Right. Should be buying from us. Even if they were buying from us, Joe Biden cut the supply, you know, you're not going to be able to buy from us anyway. Anyway, so they did this. The Democrats have done this. The Democrats, by the way, everything they touch. Trump has said, everything they touch turns to shit. It doesn't matter whether it's a city. By the way, for a little bit, we heard, oh my God, the city of buffalo. Look at the Democrats. What a great job they're doing at bringing back north buffalo. Record amount of crime going on now in north buffalo. And now all these people. And I say all these people literally 90% of north buffalo votes, Democrat, right? They can't figure out why there's high crime in their neighborhoods now. They can't figure it out. Let me draw that specific for a second. I can't figure it out. Last week, reports come out, record amount of crime going on. Cars getting broken into houses being that's not true Kathy horror shows. Not true. Not even true. While they know it's true in north buffalo, but those dummies will still vote Democrat this time around. Watch and see, they will still pull the lever 9 out of ten times because you've got to be brain dead at this point to not say, okay. We need to change. We need a question. Crime up 57% in the state. Not according to Cathy vocal crimes. Who did you actually down according to her? This is one of the bureaucrats in Europe though. This is what Christine Lagarde, right? She was a former IMF chief or something like that. You know, European bureaucrats, what she has useless European bureaucrats. Listen to this, though, seriously.
"paul pelosi" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Meets politics and getting to midterms, but it seems like you spent forever. Well, it sort of seems like it's been forever and then of course life goes by so quick. It's like, man, you know, we were talking about Biden being in office for two years. And sort of crazy, right? Yeah. Been a total disaster. Predictable, really predictable. Although I will say this, I continue to say this when a member of views with clients will say, Joe Biden's plan is totally crushing America. And I'm like, no, it's not. I mean, it's not helping America. But build back better got so watered down. I mean, it went from like, you know, you know, your buddies in college, they'd make you a mixed drink and it had more alcohol and it did Coca-Cola in it. And you're like, I can't drink this crap. That's what I'd say the clients are like, that's how build back better originally started. And now it's just really watered down version of all of that because of some of the sadly it's still a $1 trillion of waste to spend. For sure. They have laundered stolen stolen. For sure. Trillions. And trillions of dollars. This has been the largest transfer of wealth in human history. I mean, it's so obvious. Everyone's face. And the Republicans are just as guilty as Democrats. Well, that's the point. That's the record profits. That's the point. They're funding everybody. They raise your taxes.
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. Elon Musk is the chief twit. And that's about all we definitely know about his takeover of Twitter. Musk took on his new role with a gag, walking into the company's San Francisco headquarters holding a sink, then taking some serious action, firing most of the leadership, the CEO, the CFO, and the general counsel, and taking the time to tweet a baseless conspiracy theory about the attack on Paul Pelosi, which has since been deleted. All his actions leaving more questions than answers, and taking the time to tweet a baseless conspiracy theory is this a done done deal is that there are no turning back. This is it. He owns Twitter. Oh, this is a done deal all right. One of the things that is absolutely the case when you've got a public company that gets bought out, once those shareholders get paid, which they have, there's kind of no way to get the toothpaste back in the tube. So, you know, some other kinds of deals, maybe with a private company, there might be ways to have some remedy or maybe even reversing the thing afterwards. But this thing is absolutely done deal. That doesn't mean it's going to be free from controversy over the next few weeks to months. But there's no way to put this toothpaste back in the tube. It seems like he's approaching this in a rather chaotic way. Yeah, I mean, you got to figure that it's sort of ironic that someone who owns a spaceship company seems to be building this spaceship as he's flying it. And there just has not been a coherent plan that he laid out ahead of time at the time that he signed up this deal. Certainly not during the summer because he was essentially trying to sabotage the deal, so he didn't really have a plan. And then finally, when it became pretty apparent that he was going to have to come back and close the deal on the original terms. He started kind of resurrecting a couple of the, I don't know, sort of embryonic thoughts that he had, but no one really knew exactly what his plans were. And I'm not really even sure mister Musk had a complete idea of what the plans were. And that creates a big problem, particularly when you're taking over a company that has thousands of employees, has an ongoing business. And is looking to the new leader for a transition plan. The transition plan thus far has seemed a little bit chaotic as has mister Musk's own comportment on the platform. On the one hand, acknowledging that he doesn't want the company to turn into a free for all hellscape, right? On postings, but on the other hand, retweeting a completely non credible source that had been debunked in the past about what appears to be a completely unsubstantiated story on mister Pelosi's unfortunate attack. So I think it's given a lot of people whiplash, not knowing exactly what to expect. And that's not just people who are sort of a public watching this and not just the employees at Twitter, clearly they're experiencing it. But you got to figure also if you're one of the people that lent money into this deal, one of the banks to lend money in these deals or one of the folks who's invested alongside mister Musk, the kind of have to wonder exactly how he's going to pull this rabbit out of the hat. Thus far, albeit only on 72 hours worth of records. Things don't look all that under control. Obviously he tweeted he is the chief twit. Is he going to be the CEO? Is that clear? Is he going to run the company? At present, that appears to be exactly the case. There's a larger issue of being a CEO of a bunch of different companies that can, at the very least, be a draw on your attention. And so I think this is always been a big concern that Tesla and SpaceX about whether mister Musk's attention is appropriately attuned to those companies. Twitter quite frankly to undertake this transition at this late stage. I don't see how he can avoid putting a lot of his attention into this company right now. At some point, probably will make sense for him to have a CEO that he can delegate a lot of power to. But even if he found that CEO today, he'd probably be sort of a person behind the curtain and a lot of those calls anyway. So functionally, I don't see a way to avoid him acting as CEO. At least over the next couple of months to put in place whatever plan that has not fully been disclosed yet that he has for turning this company into more of a revenue positive company, which he's going to have to do even more urgently than the previous board did because this is a company that has a lot more debt now that it has to service. As you mentioned, he said that he doesn't want it to become a free for all hellscape. But he paints himself as a free speech absolutist. I'm not sure that that's necessarily the case, but does it seem inevitable that he's going to loosen content moderation? Well, it certainly seems that he has represented himself as someone who is not going to be as mealy mouthed or sensitive about content moderation as were his precursors at Twitter. On the other side of the coin, however, he's never run a social media platform and I think we sort of saw Twitter get to where it got. Largely by dint of a series of very, very public problems and controversies involving incendiary content being posted on the site. And so it's conceivable that he's going to march in saying I'm a free speech absolutist and then start taking off various exceptions to free speech absolutism. And end up pretty much in the same position that the Twitter board was on content moderation before he got there. Hold that thought, Eric. Coming up, how much time does Musk really have to turn things around? This is
Three Days of Democrat Conspiracy Theories After Pelosi Home Attack
"Have now spent three days listening to the Democrat party conspiracy theories And big lies about how Republicans or Trump supporters or fill in the blank who they oppose incited the attack on Paul Pelosi Now when you read the charges now against the psychopath who attack Paul Pelosi the Democrat party conspiracy theories I demonstrated to be nothing but hopeful lies on their part Hopeful lies That doesn't stop virtually every single elected Democrat Democrat candidate and media outlet AKA Democrat corrupt media outlet from promoting it And not only that writing stories about poor Nancy Pelosi how she's been subjected to such harsh politics by the Republicans for years Nancy Pelosi is a vicious vile politician Who is power hungry
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In New Delhi. Ishaan gerg says hundreds of people are believed to have been on the bridge when the incident occurred. Media reports say people clung onto the cables of the collapsed bridge, but most fell into the river, prime minister Narendra Modi who's on a wizard to his home state Gujarat has ordered immediate rescue efforts, but finding survivors in the middle of the night is proving to be difficult, experts believe the death toll could rise even further. Opposition parties are demanding an investigation, alleging that the construction was shoddy is. Senator Amy Klobuchar says the growing rhetoric targeting political leaders played a role in the brutal attack on House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband. A vicious attack in which she has been villainized for years and big surprise. It's gone viral, and it went violent. Appearing on NBC's meet the press, the Minnesota Democrat, said Friday's attack that left Paul Pelosi with a skull fracture is an example of the violence spreading through the political system. Klobuchar also suggested that extending security to the families of top U.S. officials should be strongly considered. The Powerball jackpot is now an estimated $1 billion from Monday night's drawing, the cash option on that works out to just north of 497 million, while there was no grand prize winner last night, ticket sold in California, Maryland, Michigan and Texas, each won a $1 million. One ticket sold in Florida is worth 2 million because the winner matched 5 numbers with the power play option. I'm Tammy trujillo. Former president Obama urging all Americans to get out and vote in the midterm elections. Speaking at a democratic rally in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, Obama noted an election requires everyone to do their part. Obama is among the political heavy hitters working to rally Democrats before the midterms. LeBron James is calling on Elon Musk to look into a sharp increase in racist slurs used on Twitter. Reports. The NBA star shared a study over social media that showed the use of the N word increased by 500% after Musk took over Twitter on Thursday. James described the uptick in the use of the slur on Twitter as scary and added that he hopes must will take it very seriously. He also said too many people are equating hate speech to free speech. I'm Chris coraggio. New filings show most UFO reports are simply foreign surveillance or airborne trash, a public report released last year revealed over 100 unexplained UFO incidents between 2004 and 2021, igniting theories about aliens from other planets. Now as intelligence agencies prepare to update that report to Congress on Monday, The New York Times reports most of these incidents are attributed to countries attempting to spy on the U.S. or things like weather balloons, commercial drones, and optical illusions. Morrissey is set to release a new album next year, the former Smiths frontman announced bonfire of teenagers will drop in February. The album's title track includes a reference to the 2017 bombing at England's Manchester arena that killed 22 people following an air on a Grande concert. Morrissey is lined up a long list of collaborators for the album, including Miley Cyrus, Iggy Pop, and Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist flea, the album is set to be released worldwide except in the singer's native UK, where ironically he currently doesn't have a record deal. I'm Tammy trejo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Goldman Sachs Group economists said they now expect the U.S. Federal Reserve to raise interest rates to 5% higher than previously predicted. Economists led by January wrote in a research report yesterday the Central Bank will lift its benchmark rate to a range of four and three quarters to 5% in March. That's 25 basis points more than the earlier expected. Investors meantime have been wondering all weekend of stocks can keep up the momentum from the last couple of weeks. There is a bit of a good foundation forming, says Mona mahajan, Edward Jones, senior investment strategist. Well, we are certainly starting to hear a little bit more optimism about a Federal Reserve that may be looking to raise rates at a more moderate pace. Now, of course, next week's meeting, the 75 basis point, the .75% rate hike. Almost baked into the cake, it's probably going to happen, but really all eyes will then focus on that December rate hike meeting. Will they go 50 basis points? Or will they go 75? And in fact, we heard a little bit more from some bed governors that perhaps a more moderate rate of rate hikes probably make sense here. Just given, giving them an opportunity to pause assess the economy, see what's happening. Mahajan interviewed there on Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Westin. Nets star Kyrie Irving is denying claims he's anti semitic after posting an offensive tweet, Irving faced a backlash on Thursday when he shared a link to a documentary that has been harshly criticized for its anti semitic messages. Irving had a testy exchange with the media following Saturday night's lost to Indiana. Do I do anything illegal? Did I hurt anybody? Dot harm anybody? Am I going out and saying that I hate one specific group
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And citizens are among those killed during Saturday's Halloween disaster in Seoul. The U.S. embassy confirmed the death but did not provide any additional details over 150 people were killed in a crush when crowds of people jammed the narrow streets of the city's popular ite Juan nightlife district. Most of those killed were in their teens and 20s, South Korea's declared a weeklong period of national mourning following the tragedy. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says her family is heartbroken and traumatized after Friday's attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi. The California Democrat addressed the violent assault in a letter to all members of Congress on Saturday. In it, she thanked first responders for the lifesaving medical care provided to her husband. Paul Pelosi sandwich surgery for a skull fracture suffered during the assault. San Francisco police say David de pappy faces multiple charges in connection to the break in an attack, including attempted homicide. Barack Obama spoke to voters in Milwaukee on Saturday with the midterms just days away, the former president said he's noticed an increase in political violence in a breakdown in civility amongst many Republicans. He cited Friday's attack on Pelosi's husband, Paul. Making wild, crazy allegations about them. That creates a dangerous climate. He called on politicians to explicitly reject violent extremism. Obama said he understands why people may want to tune out politics, but stress that it's more important than ever to vote in the upcoming election. The last living person believed to be born to an enslaved parent in the U.S. has died. Daniel Smith senior passed away at the age of 98 earlier this month. His father, Abram Smith, was a young child enslaved in Virginia in the Thirteenth Amendment was ratified. He was 70 when Daniel was born in 1932. Daniel's nephew said his uncle's recent passing was acknowledgment that this horrible piece of American history wasn't that long ago. Smith was laid to rest in the district. I'm Tammy trejo. The former head of New York City transit has become a victim of the recent random violence that has rocked that city. Jennifer Paul Sony reports. Sarah feinberg was reportedly punched in the head by a stranger back on October 20th as she waited to cross the street at 6th avenue in west 21st street, the unknown man fled, leaving feinberg with minor injuries, she refused medical attention, it all follows a number of random attacks across the city in just a general violence, including that on the subways were two men had to be hospitalized after getting into a knife fight at the Times Square subway station. Jennifer Paul Sony reporting. Video footage of Tiger Woods 2017 arrest is being used in a pro death penalty political ad. Jim Forbes has the latest. Chris kobach, the Republican nominee for Kansas attorney general, is using the pro golfer's DUI arrest footage in an ad taking shots at his opponent's views on capital punishment. Was arrested spliced with images of two convicted murderers currently on death row Kobe spokesman told reporters the ad agency was to blame for the air and a new version of the ad was made to replace it. I'm Jim Forbes. Ned Stark Kyrie Irving is denying claims he's anti semitic after posting an offensive tweet Irving faced backlash on Thursday when he shared a link to a documentary that's been harshly criticized for its anti semitic messages. Did I do anything illegal? Did I hurt anybody to harm anybody? Am I going out and saying that I hate one specific group of people? Irving had a testy exchange with the media following Saturday night's loss to Indiana, nets owner, Joe sy, has condemned Irving's remarks, saying he's disappointed that Kyrie appears to support a film based on a book full of anti semitic disinformation, Irving, however, says he's not anti semitic and he embraces all walks of life. $1 billion. That's how much money will be on the line in Monday night's Powerball drawing after there was no grand prize winner on Saturday night. The cash option on that works out to be just north of 497 million. I'm Tammy trejo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Early voting continues in New York and New Jersey today, and they're voting in Brazil today, Brazilians vote in a presidential runoff election between former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. And incumbent jair Bolsonaro. It's a busy week ahead with a Federal Reserve rate decision and the October jobs report Bloomberg's kiran Moscow has more. The Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates by 75 basis points on Wednesday for the fourth straight meeting. It's an effort to cool the hottest inflation in four decades. The Bank of England had reserved bank of Australia also have policy decisions in the coming week. The U.S. labor market is in focus on Friday, employers are expected to have added about 200,000 jobs in October. It's another big week for earnings with Moderna, Pfizer, and CVS Health among those reporting. Healthy labor markets are defying central bankers efforts to calm down inflation and economists are predicting that a recession may be just around the corner. The strong job market is good for workers, but it is bad for inflation, signaling to the world's central banks, which are raising interest rates at the most aggressive pace in decades that they can't ease up. As borough and costs surge and growth slows down unemployment rates are not rising. Instead, companies across developed economies are complaining of chronic workers shortages. NBA player Kyrie Irving is denying claims he's anti semitic after an offensive tweet. The Brooklyn Nets player faced a backlash when he shared a link to a documentary that's been harshly criticized for its anti semitic messages. Both the basketball team and its owner have released statements condemning Irving's statements and said the Brooklyn Nets have no tolerance for the promotion of any form of hate speech, Irving, whoever says he's not anti semitic and said he embraces all walks of life. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is masters in business with Barry red holtz on Bloomberg radio. I'm Mary Ritz, you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio.
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"YouTube, but now also on Bloomberg quick day. Barack Obama spoke to crowds of voters in Milwaukee on Saturday about the importance of voting, the former president said he understands why people may want to tune out politics, but he says it's more important than ever to vote in the upcoming election. The only way to make this economy fair to make it work for everybody is if we all fight for it. The only way to make our democracy stronger is if we nurture it and work for it. Obama went on to say he's noticed an increase in political violence and a breakdown in civility among many Republicans. He cited Friday's attack on Paul Pelosi and House speaker Nancy Pelosi says her family is heartbroken and traumatized after Friday's attack on her husband Paul, the California Democrat addressed the violent assault in a letter to all members of Congress on Saturday in the letter she thanked the first responders for the lifesaving medical care provided to her husband, Paul Pelosi underwent surgery for a skull fracture suffered during the assault. I'm Jim four. Now this Bloomberg sports update, the Astros bounced back with a big effort in game two of the World Series and they win 5 to two on Saturday and that means that they are even up in the series with the Phillies. Adolf de Sunday, both teams traveling to Philadelphia and then it's game three on Monday night with those Phillies fans. You know they'll be revved up, trying to cheer on Philadelphia for that game three. Let's move on to some college football, not a great day for Rutgers. They played the gophers in Minnesota and it was all Minnesota as they win 31 to nothing so the gophers and their three game skid at the expense of Rutgers. Hockey on Saturday. We've got the rangers and the islanders, both playing. Let's start first with the rangers. They were in Dallas. They come out with a big third period. They score three times and win 6 three, so they beat the stars and now they'll play the coyotes in Arizona on Sunday. How about the islanders? They were even better in the third period. They come back. They score four in the third and they rallied to beat the avalanche 5 to four islanders will now head on the road to play at Chicago on Tuesday night. Football Sunday, big games, of course, for the Giants and the jets. Let's start first with the team playing at home. That's the jets. They'll kick at 1 o'clock against the Patriots. New England two and a half point favorites for some reason, but of course the Jets have the better record at 5 and two, the late game for the Giants. They takes them out to Seattle. They'll get the Seahawks a four 25 kick at lumen field giants hoping to win their 5th straight game against Seattle. That's your Bloomberg sports updates. I'm Dan guitar ski. Your listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. There was a debate this
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A global news update House speaker Nancy Pelosi says her family is heartbroken and traumatized after Friday's attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi, the California Democrat address the violent assault in a letter to all members of Congress on Saturday, and the letter she thanked first responders for the lifesaving medical care provided to her husband, Paul Pelosi underwent surgery for a skull fracture suffered during the assault. San Francisco police say David de Pepe faces multiple charges in connection to the break in and attack, including attempted homicide, and the winning Powerball numbers for the 5th largest lottery jackpot in the U.S. have been drawn. The 6 lucky numbers are 1931 40 46 57 and the Powerball is 23. The jackpot for Saturday's drawing grew to $825 million, Powerball dot com says if no one matches all 6 numbers in Saturday's drawing, the grand prize is expected to be at least $1 billion for Monday's drawing on Halloween. I'm Jim Forbes. Your listening to masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry Rudolph, you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio. My extra special guest this week are the jeremies, Jeremy Schwartz, chief investment officer at wisdom tree, and professor Jeremy Siegel, perhaps best known as professor at Wharton and author of the book stocks for the long run, now in its 6th edition and how many of these have you sold? It's got to be hundreds of thousands. And I think wow, that's a lot of books. I want to talk about the state of the markets today, but before we get there, I want to just mention and ask you about some of just the key points within the book that through all these editions have not changed. I've been consistent starting with what is the long run return for stocks, both in nominal and real inflation adjusted terms? Well, I mean, that was it, the first edition data through 1992 from the bidding in 19th century, 6.7%. That's real. Dividends total return, 6.7% stocks, compound annual. You add 30 years, and we went through to June of this year to make sure we got the recession in 6.7%. Unchanged. The same exact change. Given everything that's happened in 30 years, the financial crisis that COVID crisis, the dotcom boom. Yeah, and bus, I mean, through all of that, the real return is remain the same. And bonds were about half of the land were half but are much less. Now, I mean, the real returns. Well, when bands interest rates peaked in 2000, it was a great 2030 year period for bonds. Right. And I remember saying on all the networks in 2021, that the 40 year bull market because it started in 1981 with the peak through 2021 was over. It's over with a vengeance. Even more vengeance than I thought it was going to be over with. With a vengeance. And the real return on bond has been absolutely terrible, as we know. On a comparative basis, even worse than stocks since it actually not since the bull market ended, but at that point, but from the low point in 2020. So I said something at an event where I had sent to a group of young people, hey, if you're in your 20s, 30s, 40s, you really don't need bonds in your portfolio. You have a such a long horizon. You don't need that ballast. You go even further than that and say, most portfolios could be fine if their equity only. Yeah, I mean, you know, what we show, I mean, and this hasn't changed over 30 year periods in real terms after inflation, stocks are less volatile than bonds. That's wild. So now you have the ten year 4% or so depending on when this broke. At what point are we done with Tina? There is no alternative to stocks. At what point do bonds get cheap enough where they start to look attractive? Well, a lot of people are talking today and they say, look at 4%, I can lock that in for, well, even two years to do it four and a half. I said yes, you can lock that in, but you know after two years I'm going to stock market is going to be 20 to 30% higher than it is today. Really? That's a bold move from it. Yeah. Hold on, let me just see if I could buy some out of the money call out. Yeah, it has to be long dated though. Go out to you. You can get out to you. And by the way, when people tell me four and a half percent is good, and certainly is good router than that. To zero. Zero. But let me ask you, that's before inflation. Right. And when the long run on stocks is 6 after inflation, tell me how you're going to be better off in the long run. It sounds like you're not. You should write a book about that. That's right. So the one question I always forget to ask and I wrote it down so I'm not going to forget to ask, is gold? Yeah. Tell me your thoughts on whether long men and gold. Is less than 1% above inflation. So it's basically an inflation hedge long run. Now, what's happened with gold, it hasn't, it is failed, so to speak as an inflation hedge. I mean, does that surprise you? You would have thought 2022 should have been the year gold exploded. But I think the big difference. Is, I mean, I think that in the early part of this inflation Bitcoin usurped the role of gold. Millennial digital gold. Digital, millennial gold, they wanted to go to that and it was sold as an inflation hedge and that's another thing that made it go up too high. What Bitcoin, Bitcoin. Yeah, but Bitcoin ran up when inflation was under 2%, right? Yeah, but that was the innovation and all the rest. And then it was being sold as the inflation had because the truth is there is going to be a limited number of bitcoins. It's not a limited number of dollars. So there was some logic to that. No, it shouldn't go up as much as it did, but the logic was, it is the new inflation hedge, the Bitcoin, it serves as the gold where in 19 78, 79 and 80 people rushed to go, there was no Bitcoin, people now were rushing to Bitcoin and the younger people don't care about gold and it wasn't driving them. And then we need to do a disclosure on this because my firm and your firm wisdom tree and results wealth management work together on the Jeremy give us the full. There's an RW M with some tree crypto index or the basket of 1415. We bogle crypto, which he was trying to index. More diversified exposure than just Bitcoin or so full disclosure, that's out there. But you're going to say something about Bitcoin. I want to say something about gold also. I think golden dollar terms has been a big failure. Golden yen terms has been great golden Euros. Now I hate that argument. You know why? Because people always tell me you should have gone back in time and bought gold in fill in the blank. Two years ago, well, nobody said that back then, it's easy to look after the fact, isn't that just a currency bet? Well, the point is
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A global news update California governor Gavin Newsom is condemning the attack on House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, the governor taking a moment to comment on the incident that happened early Friday morning in San Francisco. I'm very anxious about what's going on in the country I may very anxious. I mean, what more evidence you need than this morning's headlines with speaker Pelosi's husband who I've known since my birth, literally, he's known me since my first breaths. The suspect is facing numerous felony charges, Paul Pelosi is expected to make a full recovery. Nearly 14 million Americans have already cast their ballots ahead of the November 8th midterm elections as of Thursday, Florida voters had cast the most early ballots, with 1.9 million California, Georgia and Texas also have seen more than a million early ballots cast. Wall Street capping a positive week with big gains, the down surge more than 800 points Friday, as stocks closed sharply higher, Apple posted its best day since 2020, with shares up 7 and a half percent one day after beating quarterly earnings. I'm Brad Steve. Your listening to Bloomberg intelligence with LX steel and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. Companies with higher CO2 ambition are more likely to attract capital from ESG investors, they're also more likely to benefit from further investment as those funds grow. For more on this, we're joined by Bloomberg intelligence. Senior ESG strategist, shaheen contractor. So shaheen, I know you got a research report out on this. What is CO2 ambition? It's basically companies setting more carbon reductions setting more ambitious carbon reduction goals. So that's really measured by our BI carbon scores, which basically forecast companies carbon emissions until 2030 and those that are aligned with sort of a Paris warming temperature benchmark So CO2 seems to be to me at least one of the easier things to address for a lot of companies because it just seems like I can kind of see it measure it and there's technologies to kind of limit it. Is that a fair statement? Yes, but also I think when it comes to climate ambitions of carbon reduction goals, that gets way more complicated because companies are setting these carbon reduction goals across different business activities. So comparing them all that remains a challenge still. I'm looking at your report here and you've got utilities and airlines and things like that. So they have pretty ambitious CO2 reduction goals. Do we have any sense of, are they on track to meet them? Can we measure if they're meeting them? So both are report what it's doing is it's saying that companies with more carbon ambitious goals are actually included in Maurya she funds. So it actually matters. That's what I assume. So you say you're going to reduce CO2. I'll invest in your life. Correct. Okay. It's ambition. I think all of these companies have recently set these goals to measuring preparedness and ability to make themselves a whole other game. I'm a big company and I say I'm going to reduce my carbon. Is my auditor going to check that out or who's going to check whether I'm doing that? So I think a lot of it is self reported right, especially these carbon goals. We are having SCC regulations have promoted disclosure, but when it comes to carbon goals, I think it's still the wild west, though what this report does show is that it does matter to investors, companies setting more carbon reduction goals in terms of ambition are actually being factored in more ESG funds. What are some of the key drivers aside from CO2 that ESG investors really value? What's important to them? It's a mixed bag and to be honest, you know, that's why we did this analysis that's because ESG can be 300 different metrics, but we want to see what matters when it comes to ESG, but leads to greater fund inclusion. So it was very clear we divide it in a high ambition, low ambition using our BI carbon scores. And found that once with more ambitious goals were included, well, had an ESG fund inclusion rate of 24%. So that means ESG funds that will disturb divided by all funds. So one in every four funds at all the stock is in the issue fund. Okay. In the ETF space, another acronym. Yes. Has the ETF space embraced ESG as a strategy or a factor? Oh, very much, very much. I think everybody sees this sort of almost like an accelerated trend when we look at asset growth. So it's definitely slowed this year, especially in the U.S.. I think Europe has sort of taken on its lead again, which had lost to the U.S. a little bit in the middle. And it's continuing to show strength, especially in Europe. Driven by regulation. So I first heard about this ESG issue, probably ten, 15 years ago from European institutional investors. They seem to be ahead of the U.S. now. Here and read a lot more about U.S. funds and U.S. ETFs and things like that. Is it Europe still kind of ahead of the U.S. and kind of really thinking about and implementing ESG as an investment strategy? Yes. So Europe, if you look at ESG EDF assets, so Europe was about 49% so clearly the majority, the U.S. sort of ramped up from 17% as a share to 34% as a share, but a sort of state stagnant that was like this two year spike. And then it stayed stagnant. But I feel like that's still has some way to go. What's the next big thing in ESG investing? Is it better data? Is it better adoption? What's kind of Holy Grail for each? It's regulation now. I mean, everybody till now yes she was sort of the wild west. I want to call my friend ania she fund because I think what goes into it and he now regulators are stepping in. The SEC is doing a lot in the UK you have new fun disclosure guidelines. So there's a lot of that. All right, that's good stuff. As always, ESG is still a growing part of the investment pie. Our thanks to Bloomberg intelligence, senior ESG strategist, shaheen contractor. All right, let's turn now to natural gas sentiment as U.S. prices are expected to fall short of forecasts. Bloomberg intelligence senior U.S. oil and gas analyst Vincent Piazza joins us now to explain. So Vince, let's start with Matt gas here. Where are we in terms of the Nat gas market as we head into this winter heating season? Well, I think we're in very good shape in terms of the storage and in terms of natural gas production heading into winter. So we see Nat gas prices for winter closer to 6 bucks, 5 50 to 6 bucks. And that's below analyst forecasts that were around 7 50 ahead of our research release, but they're now closing in around 7 bucks. So they're starting to consolidate. The biggest issue is how warm will winter be. And we think that winter will be warmer than expectations. And so draw season where roughly going to have by our estimate, a little less than 2 trillion cubic feet coming out of storage. And that will leave us somewhere around 1.6 trillion cubic feet at the end of heating season, which is fairly close to the 5 year high. And that should leave prices somewhere around the 5 50 to $6 handle at the end of the winter season, which traditionally concludes around the end of March. So that's a little bit surprising to me. I was just kind of operating in the impression that there's not a shortage. But that supplies were tight. There's not a lot of incentive to drill and do all that kind of stuff. Politically, if not economically, how did things kind of evolve over the last several months? So what we have found, especially in places like the Haynesville Marcellus and associated gas from the Permian production is quite strong. And it's getting stronger because of the efficiencies. And because of consolidation, we recently hit a new high, a new all time high in production. In the month of September, that was eclipsed in October. We actually have one day where we had over a 105 billion cubic feet of natural gas production. So very, very stout robust natural gas production that should continue into yearend and this will lead to very stout resilient production into 2023. So we're fairly confident about the production signals, weather will be the biggest driver for winter. Winter is the biggest driver for natural gas for the entire year actually because of the length of the season. So if we take a look at where we see January and February, those 8 weeks are the most critical season for natural gas draws
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Latest news affecting world markets, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. President Biden on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania Friday commented on the attack on Nancy Pelosi's husband. This is despicable. There's no place in America. There's too much violence, political violence. Too much hatred. He said enough is enough when it comes to talks about stolen elections and COVID being a hoax, Paul Pelosi was attacked in his home early Friday morning by a man who was allegedly connected to online conspiracy theories. The suspect faces multiple felony charges. Nearly 14 million Americans have already cast their ballots ahead of the November 8th midterm elections. As of Thursday, Florida voters had cast the most early ballots with 1.9 million, California, Georgia and Texas also have seen more than a million early ballots cast. Stars are lining up to perform at Sunday celebration of the late Loretta Lynn Dolly Parton Tim McGraw, Faith Hill among the celebrities who will perform at the event in Nashville. I'm Brad Siegel You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek, with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stenbeck from Bloomberg radio. Well, final bit of luxury to wrap up our broadcast this week, the Fort Lauderdale international boat show underway this weekend, and some impressive and rather large vessels will be on display courtesy at the full service yacht brokerage, Fraser yachts. With inside on the industry geared toward the ultra high net worth customer, we turn to Raphael solo, the CEO of Fraser yachts. He says the business remains robust despite a recent slowdown. We've been going through some tremendous use the last couple of years. I have to say the 2022 is a little bit slower. We are so far seeing a drop of 32% in the sales of second and votes, but you know this is probably due to many factors, one probably the lack of inventory, so many boats were sold last year. And yes, put more also for some of our potential buyers where I wanted to see what's coming next. But as you rightly said, do you think this tree has never been doing so well? So we're very fortunate. Rafael, did you say down 32%? That's right, for the sale. We don't 32% in 2021 and 2022, sorry, however, we still had of 69% on the average of the last 13 years, so this is a very, very strong industry going for you. Rafael, there's yachts in there. And we're showing some pictures. A yacht is anything you use for pleasure. Is that true? I don't know what the definition is. We are talking about the ads over 30 feet here, you know? So the numbers are just gave you referred to the industry of what we would call the super yachts effectively. And I can issue yes, this is a lot of pleasure yet. So tell us who is your, what's the typical yacht that sells? The majority of your sales give us an idea of what they are, how long they are, how much they go for and who's typically buying. Well, you know, this is the very large subject. We sell you out between 30 feet up to 300 plus feet, you know? So it really depends on what you have, your customers are looking for, but the average sales today in the yachting industry is about 80 to 90 feet. I will average price of 7 million, but obviously we also have bigger sales over 100 meter and a few $100 million. So it really depends. It's a wide range of products which we have available in our industry. Now, when it comes to the customers, there again, you know, the American market leads the charge to the safe for more than 50% of our sales that's crazy yet. We are dealing with American based customers. And they always have been very, very strong in the market. I have to say we're going to have an additional probably 10% in 22 from the American market. So we are close to 55, 60% in 22, and you will not only see this with the sales market, but also with the shelter market. The U.S. market is very strong and this should be like the riots. Who is buying these yachts right now? Because my understanding is, you're seeing a lot of Americans buy them. Yes, absolutely. And the one trend also something which is new if I may say. Over the last couple of years, we've seen younger younger customers come into the market. I mean, our company on its own, we have had 40% newcomers come into using 40% is a big number. And all this all these people have made our average age of customers going from 55 to 65 to 45 to 55. So I mean, all these numbers are extremely encouraging for you to number one new customers, younger customers and other American buyers. So these, I would say, you know, as we say in my country in French, you know, all lights are green for the UK industry. What are you seeing from Chinese consumers right now? And how is that different from what you've seen over the last few years? The European industry has been trying to break through China and we're talking largely, it never been successful for many reasons before, even the economics and the luxury goods, et cetera. One of the most recent most important reason is the fact that this is not really in the DNA to be at sea on the yacht. The Chinese Chinese and they all don't necessarily like the sun. We don't necessarily like the sea. And for them to be on the ad for 7, 6, 8 days, it can get very boring, very fast. So this is a market which has not been very, very successful for the industry overall. You have some few exceptions, obviously, you know, like lots of buyers can come from Hong Kong. But Mainland China, you have a very, very few customers today. I would think that maybe the future generation, a lot of Chinese are putting the children in Occidental school as we say and some of them are maybe more accustomed to the yielding yielding a bit and what it can provide you with. So we may see a development in the coming years, but I would not bet too much money on that market so far. And as you see also, because of the regime, it's not necessarily very well seen to have a yacht and have been spending your money in such a type of good. So the market itself in China, we've seen some few openings mainly for individual based in Hong Kong, not many from Mainland China. And this is not a very strong market as we speak today. In terms of Hong Kong though, maybe not a massive market for you guys, but hasn't changed too as rule there has changed dramatically over the last year. It does not affect it yet. Okay. If you buyers, when we have in Hong Kong, they still are buying boats. And there's a culture of building obviously by its proximity to the sea and its magistrates arbor. So and the fact that they were under British regime in the Passo, they have kind of a youth culture, if I may say. So this market remains. But again, for our own market over the 80 feet boats, it's not a big, big, big game changer to date, at least. What about when it comes to Russians? I mean, we know that Russian oligarchs were big buyers of yachts. We've been tracking for the last 6 plus months about what actually happens to those yachts and different parts of the world. What are you seeing from that market? Well, you know that what we've seen about obviously the oligarchs, they met the airlines because most of them had the largest boast in the world. If you now put things into perspective, you know, the Russian market for what we call the
Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home
"Is this attack on Paul Pelosi in his home in San Francisco And I want to comment on this of course it's a horrific thing And last reports are that he was hurt badly That his head was fractured his skull And that they expect him to make a full recovery Now here is William Scott the police chief at San Francisco cut one go At approximately two 27 this morning San Francisco police officers were dispatched to the residents of speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding an a priority well-being check When the officers arrive on scene they encountered an adult male and mister Pelosi's husband Paul Our officers observed Mitch Pelosi and suspect both holding a hammer The suspect pulled the hammer away from its below and violently assaulted him with it Our officers immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him took him into custody requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid his suspect has been identified as 42 year old David de Pepe Mister Pelosi and mister de pappy were transported to a local hospital for treatment This is an active investigation currently being led by the San Francisco police department special investigations division We are working closely with our partners from the FBI the U.S. attorney's office the U.S. capitol police and our district attorney here in San Francisco county DA brook Jenkins and her team The motive for this attack is still being determined Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges Attempted homicide assault with the daily weapon elder abuse burglary and several other additional felonies
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lyons is standing by in our 99 one newsroom, Hans. Thanks, Tim Paul Pelosi, the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi is said to be recovering from a violent overnight attack in the couple's San Francisco home. Speaker Pelosi was in Washington with her protective detail at the time, San Francisco police chief Bill Scott says the suspect has been identified as 42 year old David to peppy. Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges. Attempted homicide, assault with the deadly weapon, elder abuse, burglary, and several several other additional felonies. Chief Scott did not go into any possible motive, but a person familiar with the investigation says the suspect shouted wears Nancy, where is Nancy before attacking Paul Pelosi. Elon Musk is now in charge of Twitter, the deal is final, and he's taken over as CEO, at least in the short term, Alex Webb with Bloomberg quick take says now the real work begins. How can he turn Twitter into a tech giant? Because at the moment, it's a $44 billion company, makes it at times ten times smaller by market cap than Facebook, considerably smaller than Google or Apple. He's a long way to go. Bloomberg quick takes Alex Webb, Musk says no accounts will be reinstated without being reviewed by what he's calling a content moderation council. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady today announced on Instagram, he and Gisele Bündchen have finalized their divorce after 13 years of marriage. She says they arrived at the decision amicably and with gratitude for the time they spent together. Global news 24 hours a day on air
Richard Fisher Calls out Nancy Pelosi's Insider Trading
"Richard Fisher Federal Reserve bank president was on CNBC yesterday I had tipped daily caller He's taken a look at this And here's what he says Cut 11 go With regard to the House and the Senate clearly people have taken advantage of inside information forever I'm not against their Tapping that down And I'm sorry to see that Paul Pelosi of Nancy Pelosi and others are appear it's all up here it's right now We don't know the facts to have taken advantage of inside information So something needs to be done Yes perhaps they should be taken out in handcuffs I'm sure the Democrat hack U.S. attorney in Washington D.C. will take a very close look at this I mean it is staring him in the face It is right there in his jurisdiction You don't even need to S.W.A.T. team Now we need a S.W.A.T. team
Pelosi’s Office Defends Husband’s Stock Buy Ahead of Key Vote
"Daily wire Pelosi's office defends husband stockpile ahead of key vote The office of house speaker Nancy Eva stretch Pelosi Wait did you see that picture of her I think what did they say The picture speaks a thousand words or something Whatever it is I'll let it speak for itself Pelosi offered its response to her husband investor Paul Pelosi listen to this Buying as much as $5 million in a technology company poised to benefit if lawmakers pass a new subsidy package That's what I said What about her tax returns And the big dummies you know the drunk Paul belos who was arrested after alleged drunk driving earlier this year Exercise 200 call options to acquire 20,000 shares in the video A California company that produces semiconductors First reported by the daily caller and disclosure filled by Nancy Pelosi to the House of Representatives last week revealed the trade So obviously she's well aware of
CNN Airs Video of Trump DOJ Lawyer Being Raided by DOJ
"CNN airs body footage of Trump DoJ lawyer doing DoJ raid Can I put my pants on question Mark Z the goal is to humiliate this guy By Stephen proctor proctor Short for proctologist This is Yahoo entertainment They find it very entertaining CNN aired footage of Aaron Burnett out front On her program Thursday that it had obtained a body cam footage that we still can't get Jesse waters has been trying We still can't get body footage of you know the big dumb Paul Pelosi the drunk can't get the body footage of him but we got it of this guy The moment federal agents carried out a raid on the home of former Department of Justice lawyer Jeffrey Clark just over two weeks ago So you see those during the raid no they had body cameras no they are subject to being released and the people telling them to do the right no they want them released Now this is the U.S. attorney's office in Washington D.C. He is accused of trying to aid former president Trump and his alleged attempt to overturn the 2020 election No he's not He's not accused of anything He hasn't been accused of anything Clock is also accused of drafting a letter to Georgia officials refuting President Biden's win in the state So the rate occurred the day before former top DoJ officials testified to the January 6th committee that Clark went to great lengths to help the former president remain in office Don't you love the median America They can't just report a story
Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband we call him Paul Pelosi Was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after being involved in a collision Saturday night law enforcement officials said Paul Pelosi 82 was arrested at 1144 p.m. Pacific time and charged with driving under the influence DUI And driving with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher according to the Napa county criminal justice network's public booking report both charges are misdemeanors TMZ the first reported kind of wonder how they get on top of these things They're pretty quick Pelosi was attempting to cross SR 29 when his 2021 Porsche which clearly was not electric was hit by a 2014 Jeep traveling northbound on the road according to a collision report from the highway patrol Which doesn't identify either drivers being at fault in the crash troopers were called to the scene just before ten 30 p.m. the report said there were no injuries Reported in the crash in the Jeep's driver was not arrested Seen it has reached out to the highway patrol Napa county sheriff's office for additional details Belle was set as $5000 according to the booking report so he was taken in And records indicate Pelosi was released Sunday morning so he was taken in And he was kept in holding through the night Until the next morning so he must have been drunk big time ladies and gentlemen
"paul pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Business app And at Bloomberg quick take This is Bloomberg radio The president and First Lady Jill Biden are meeting with survivors of the Yuval di Texas school shooting in the families of the victims of last week's mass shooting 19 children and two teachers were killed by a young man who was eventually killed by police The bidens will meet later with first responders and Yuval di earlier they placed flowers at a makeshift memorial outside rob elementary school and before attending mass at a local Catholic Church Senator Cory Booker is not convinced that the Yuval di school shooting will lead to sweeping changes of gun legislation I'm under no illusion that we're going to do the things that need to be done That the majority of Americans overwhelmingly support Republican and Democrat that can create significant safety Appearing on NBC's meet the press the New Jersey Democrat explained that despite public outcry following the tragedy change would be incremental Booker said the key is getting people off the sidelines and into the arena in order to make progress Travelers are dealing with a growing number of flight cancellations over the Memorial Day weekend flight aware says another 900 flights have been canceled today That's on top of nearly 4000 scrubbed on Friday and Saturday Atlanta based Delta Air Lines is experiencing the most trouble with the carrier citing bad weather air traffic control issues and staffing problems House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband is facing DUI charges according to TMZ Paul Pelosi was arrested just before midnight Saturday in Napa county He was reportedly booked into jail on counts of driving under the influence in driving with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher No other details were provided and it's unclear if he immediately posted the $5000 bail In three One Top Gun:.
Daily Mail: Nancy Pelosi's Son Is Embroiled in Sixth FBI Probe
"Nancy Pelosi's son daily mail exclusive embroiled in his 6th FBI probe This time in San Francisco official who was allegedly bribed to remove permit violations against squalid flop house the pit owned by his ex-girlfriend Whoo A lot in that sense Paul Pelosi junior not to be confused with a stupid big dad Paul Pelosi junior is involved in an FBI investigation into San Francisco officials who are allegedly bribed to remove violations at his ex-girlfriend's property But you know what these hunter Pelosi know how to pick them don't they City permit expediter Rod what do you got santas A former president of the San Francisco building inspection commission was indicted for fraud in November Santos has accused of having his clients donate thousands of dollars to building inspector Bernie kerens rugby club in exchange for city permits Pelosi seems to match the description of client number 9 Who wrote the Golden Gate youth rugby association of $1500 check according to prosecutor's documents the money was meant to encourage current to remove violation notices against a squalid mission district hotel that had a history of permit violations a federal criminal complaint details alleged text messages from Santos telling client 9 to drop of a check to the sports club With pleasure client 9 replied and later sent Santa's a picture of a $1500 check with the message made the donation and it's being sent now Anyway earlier this month a daily mail dot com investigation revealed he was linked to 5 other federal probes in the pet