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Fresh "Pentagon" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Pentagon" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"And weather on the 8th and when it breaks they've dill dime with us in the OP traffic center Lands down to Leesburg listener on the WTO P app finding the vehicle fire route 7 westbound near the battlefield Parkway overpass one pulling a trailer on fire loud and firefighters on scene as of a few minutes ago only one left lane was getting by westbound on 7 near the new battlefield Parkway overpass On I 66 westbound intimate assassin it's jammed The crash is about two miles west of route 29 centerville and it is still only one lane to the left getting by the response near bull run There's battlefield bailout on 29 and southbound traffic on 28 is backed up as well Three 95 and 95 it's slow southbound from The Pentagon through shirlington from Springfield to woodbridge and in stretches through Stafford all around the beltway and Virginia rush hour volume delays no major incidents Montgomery county inner loop before Connecticut avenue had won sputter out in the center of the roadway on the drivers were channeling around that until that disabled vehicle gets moved onto a shoulder two 70 northbound heavy right through Montgomery county no impediments though just a lot of slow rush hour traffic In the district three 95 6 95 freeway traffic is heavy as is D.C. ten 95 up and down the ataca river Cold cold weather has arrived higher energy bills too window nations here to help for December only get a house of windows for only $99 a month visit window nation dot com Dave Delhi and TOP traffic Let's the forecast Matt Ritter Becoming cloudy this evening falling to near 40 cloudy and cold overnight lows in the low to mid 30s towards the morning rush will start getting.

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Fresh update on "pentagon" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pentagon" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"I listened with great interest to Brett bear's interview of Lloyd Austin at the Reagan forum on Saturday. Brett asked the Secretary of Defense, China's doing stuff in space attacking our satellites. We have a red line in space and the Secretary of Defense responded dust, cut 13. Always found that it's never a good idea to publish red lines. Stop right there. I would say that what's that mean to you? First of all, I think the word publish is important. It doesn't mean the same as set. It means the difference between making a threat privately versus making your threat publicly. So look, I can't say what the administration has done privately that I don't know about. But I think the biggest factor in all this red line stuff is whether the target of the red line believes the United States will actually follow up will actually do it. And I'm not sure that either China or Russia should believe that Joe Biden will actually do what he says. I mean, if you make a threat to somebody, you have to be prepared to follow up on it. Now, with Trump, when Donald Trump did something like killing Soleimani, the Iranian leader. I mean, I think everybody in the world went. Wow. He'll do something. And that, that increases the power of a threat, exponentially. If you've done something. So I don't think Biden has that right now.

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Speaker Newt Gingrich on His New Book 'Beyond Biden'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Speaker Newt Gingrich on His New Book 'Beyond Biden'

"Show with us today. He's a legend of the conservative movement and one of the wisest smartest people I think in the entire country. Speaker gingrich, who has a new book out that I encourage everyone to purchase beyond Biden is the book rebuilding the America we love mister speaker. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Tell us a little bit about this book. But first of all, it's always going to be with you and you do an amazing show. When I sat down and tried to decide on my next book, I decided not to do an anti Biden book, which obviously would have been pretty popular. At least some of our folks. Because I thought Biden himself would prove to be sufficiently anti Biden, and that's exactly what's been happening. But I always concerned about the country. One of the things that when Republicans get back in charge, they should focus on because it's not enough to just be anti. We have a real competitor with China, which is I think a genuine danger to eliminating our freedom and our independence. We have great challenges in our inner cities both from crime, and in education. We have a huge challenge on the border with illegal immigration. You're down the list. And so I wanted to write a book that was beyond just being anti Biden. And that really talked about, this is the kind of stuff we're going to have to do. We got a roller seas up. If we're going to be successful as a country. And I absolutely think we have to think in terms of modernizing America. We have very old bureaucracies that are based on the industrial era. They don't work very well. And that includes The Pentagon, which we just saw in Afghanistan. It includes NASA, which has had a particularly large project that is absurdly overpriced to them actually that are extraordinary over budget and over time. It includes all the major bureaucracies in Washington. And from them, parallel bureaucracies at the state and local level. So we have a lot to do. And beyond Biden is my effort to be in the communicate how big the changes have

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Thousands of military families struggle with food insecurity

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Thousands of military families struggle with food insecurity

"The pandemic is highlighted how thousands of military families are struggling to get enough to eat feeding America which coordinates the work of more than two hundred food banks around the country estimates that as many as a hundred and sixty thousand active duty military members are having trouble feeding their families and nearly thirty percent of troops in the most junior enlisted ranks faced food insecurity during the previous year modest pay for junior ranks a culture of self sufficiency frequent moves all make things more difficult end of scare agriculture department rule prevents thousands of needy military families from accessing snap benefits commonly known as food stamps families living outside base grounds receive a basic allowance for housing that is counted as income a network of foodbanks has grown up near most major domestic basis showing how entrenched the problem has become activists say they felt a change in attitude from the Pentagon this year and both Congress and the U. S. D. A. say they're taking a fresh look at the problem Jennifer king Washington

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Virginia Is Proof Why Americans Don't Want CRT

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | Last month

Virginia Is Proof Why Americans Don't Want CRT

"You. Let me ask congressman Gallagher to put on your PhD hadn't be doctor Gallagher for a moment and consider whether or not an Elaine luria understands why critical race theory is such a toxic issue. And respond if you will to the charge, it's not, I heard that on TV last night and I listened to about 5 seconds of TV. We were doing the Nixon seminar. We'll come to that in a second. And I heard a very respected commentator. It's like the Democrat trope. It's not hot in the Virginia schools. That misses the point, there is no curriculum marked CRT, but they're closing Thomas Jefferson high school to merit admissions on the basis of equity. That's CRT. Yeah, and then it's just empirically true that there is a an explosion of diversity equity and inclusion programs. Within a variety of government institutions, including the military, secretary Austin, his first week on the job, created certain positions with that in mind order to 60 day stand down in order to address extremism in the ranks, even though no one at The Pentagon can define extremism. And so it is not a made up issue. It's a real issue. I hear about it every single day in northeast Wisconsin. And I think it's bound up in this broader woke ethos that the modern Democratic Party is pushing so much of what we hear from the Democratic Party is based entirely on intersectional identity politics. And I think what we saw in Virginia is that Americans views. I mean, just average Americans, center left center right in Democrats Republicans, their views on race are normal. They don't conform to the radical intersectional identity politics stuff, the Democrats are pushing. People want to get along, they don't like racial essentializing. They really don't like it in the classroom, and they don't think the cops and the society writ large are racist. I think that's obvious from what we saw in Virginia and as for swing district Democrats, if they were inclined to think that this was just a fake issue before, I think the results in Virginia should tell them that the American people don't want CRT, they don't want the cottage industry of DEI commentators, and it's so far out of step with the mainstream that it's turning off a lot of independent voters.

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The Significance of China's Hypersonic Missile Test

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:11 min | Last month

The Significance of China's Hypersonic Missile Test

"Tell us about the first scoop and the second scoop and the reaction. I brought it up at the Senate debate on Sunday Night in Ohio among the 6 Republican candidates. And I must say, none of them are really aware of its significance. Well, so what happened was in July 27th, China tested a really interesting capability. They launched a long march rocket, which is the rocket they often used for their space programs. But on that rocket they had something called a hypersonic glide vehicle. And the best way to think about that is it's kind of like a space shuttle in the way it flies in maneuvers. The rocket brings the space shuttle or the hypersonic glide vehicle into lower order. It went around the earth at some point the glide vehicle detaches from the rocket. And then it sped down towards its target. We are told that it missed its target by a couple of dozen miles. But what was significant was it was the first time that China used this technology to go around the earth once. And something that they did during that flight and we still don't know what it is. Really freaked people out of The Pentagon, because they don't know how China managed to accomplish whatever capability it was. So it really, really stunned people because they thought, here's just a really, really good example again of where China is making massive fast development in its north reprogram. But for some reason, year after year after year keeps running the U.S. Military intelligence establishment. And then the second test we have to know less about, but on August 13th, there was a second test of some kind of a hypersonic weapon. And we're still trying to get some of details on this. But what's really interesting is literally about half an hour ago just before we came on the general Mark milley, the chairman of the joint chiefs has actually become the first American official to confirm this. In an interview on Bloomberg television, he said, I'm closing what we saw was a very significant event of a test of a hypersonic weapon. He said, I don't know if it's quite a Sputnik moment, but I think it's very close to that. It has all of our attention. So this is a big deal. And this was the first U.S. government confirmation that China did this.

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In Taiwan War Game, Few Good Options for U.S. To Deter China

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | Last month

In Taiwan War Game, Few Good Options for U.S. To Deter China

"Washington Post this morning 5 a.m. Dan lamothe in Taiwan war game few good options for you as to deter China. The center for a new American strategy ran a war game involving the dung shoe island. I'd probably mispronouncing that. Didn't go well. It didn't go well. And in fact, they're even worried about bigger scenarios than that. I'm not surprised that you surprised admiral. No, I'm not. I've participated in several of those war games over the years. U.S. indo Pacific command runs those on a regular basis. And they're increasingly reflecting the reality that China has many more ships much more capability in their aircraft, longer land based ballistic and tactical missiles. That's been on the upswing for a decade and more and it's starting to really bleed into the results of these war games in a negative way. In the end, the article says the best advice is that warn the Chinese ahead of time of the consequences they would face if they moved on any of the islands, including Taiwan, with Japan playing a significant role. Haven't we already done that didn't President Biden sort of accidentally do that in the town hall last week where he said we would defend Taiwan? Well, he certainly said that we would defend Iran and we have a commitment to do so. But then within 24 hours you saw both The White House spokesperson gen sasaki and The Pentagon in Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, kind of returned to this former policy. It's called strategic ambiguity of not telling China exactly what we're going to do. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle, my own view is that a, we should, in fact, assist Taiwan aggressively if they are attacked. And B, it's time to tell China that we are going to do that. And I think there is a growing sense of that in the public conversation about this.

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US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

"The U. S. says it will pay relatives of Afghans killed in a drone strike in August Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said in a statement Friday the U. S. defense department will offer condolence payments to relatives of ten people killed in Afghanistan in an errant U. S. drone strike in Cabool on August twenty ninth the hellfire missile struck a car that it just pulled into a driveway of a family compound ten members of the family including seven children were killed the U. S. central command called the strike a tragic mistake Kirby says they're also working with the state department to help surviving family members relocate to the United States the U. S. military originally said it had targeted an Islamic state group facilitator but the Associated Press and other news organizations quickly reported that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long time employee at a humanitarian organization Jennifer king Washington

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The School Board Wants You to Think Parental Concern Is Now a Domestic Terror Threat

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 months ago

The School Board Wants You to Think Parental Concern Is Now a Domestic Terror Threat

"Greg gut failed had a great commentary last night on his show on fox news. Talking about how. Democrats and merrick garland and believe me. Mary garland is an operating in a in a vacuum. This is the by administration directive to criminalise parents who are objecting to curriculum in school. To greg's spot on commentary last night in the memo they decry threats of violence but is it actual terroristic activities or parents trying to get to the bottom of a lousy education. Which in the long run is more of a national threat than china. Russia iran combined but the school board in the law. Want you to think that parental concern is now a domestic terror threat. That's right a mom. Yelling at school. Board members at a public meeting is the same as her donning. an explosive vest blown-up school demanding quality schools is now like crashing. The plane into the pentagon they've taken the most necessary debate. One could have how to teach your kids and recast it as the perfect left wing. Fantasy aerobic educators. Battling a mob of pitchfork wielding. Edens all wearing mom jeans and fanny packs and those are just the

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Kurt Schlichter Gives Us His Take on the 'Woke Military'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Kurt Schlichter Gives Us His Take on the 'Woke Military'

"So you've watched the hearings. We've been talking woke military for years now on this show. I experienced it. I spent five and a half years in the pentagon the pentagon and the dod than two and a half years at quantico who's lying who's senile poos lying. What's cuddle case take. Why think they're all kind of lying. It was just a disgrace watching. These guys My near the bottom had to be austin's bizarre formulation that since the guys whose incompetence he helped get kill couldn't resign. He wasn't going to resign either. And i kind of marveled at how he manages to try to seize the moral high ground at the same time preserving his power prestige and position it. It's quite remarkable. Sadly it's not

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Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Pentagon mandates cove it nineteen vaccinations for civilian workers the defense department is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for all civilian workers by November twenty second a memo signed by deputy defense secretary Kathleen Hicks says the new mandate is in line with the presidential directive issued last month requiring federal agencies to implement vaccine requirements under the schedule issued by the Pentagon civilian workers getting the Fizer vaccine must get their first dose by October eighteenth and their second does by November eighth those getting the maternal vaccine let's get their first dose by October eleventh and their second dose by November eighth and those getting the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine must do so by November eighth earlier this year all members of the military were required to get vaccinated Mike Ross yet Washington

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US general: Afghan collapse rooted in 2020 deal with Taliban

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

US general: Afghan collapse rooted in 2020 deal with Taliban

"Top Pentagon officials say the collapse of the Afghan government and security forces can be traced to last year's trump administration deal with the Taliban the agreement promised a full U. S. troop withdrawal would Central Command chief Frank McKenzie says had a psychological impact on the Afghan government and the military we set a date certain for when we were going to leave and when they can expect all assistance to him and once president Biden ordered the U. S. withdrawal at April going below twenty five hundred I think was the other sort a nail in the coffin if you will the Kabul government under wraps leading to a quick Taliban takeover last month mackenzie's comments were part of a house hearing where Republicans tried to cast the bite it but inspiration as creating a spectacular failure in Afghanistan while Democrats pointed to mistakes over two decades including the Taliban deal saga regarding a Washington

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Milley defends calls to Chinese at end of Trump presidency

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Milley defends calls to Chinese at end of Trump presidency

"America's top military officer is defending calls to his Chinese counterpart in the trump administration's waning days joint chiefs chairman mark Milley says there was concerning intelligence that Beijing worried about a U. S. attack I know I am certain that president trump did not intend to attack the Chinese Millie told the Senate panel his job was to de escalate so we called the Chinese and told them to stay calm and steady we are not going to attack you some lawmakers have said Millie overstepped his authority and one president Biden to fire him Millie says the calls were fully coordinated with the Pentagon's top civilians at the time Sager make ani Washington

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Pentagon leaders to face Congress on Afghan pullout decision

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Pentagon leaders to face Congress on Afghan pullout decision

"Pentagon leaders appear before a Senate committee today amid criticism of the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and failure to anticipate the Taliban's rapid takeover the hearing in front of the Armed Services Committee will be their first public testimony since the U. S. completed its pullout last month Republicans have intensified their attacks on president Biden's decision to get out of Afghanistan saying it leaves the U. S. more vulnerable to terrorism they're demanding more details on the suicide bombing at the Kabul airport that killed thirteen American service members along with other details defense secretary Lloyd Austin in general mark Milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff are slated to testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee I'm Julie Walker

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"pentagon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Pentagon ordering an investigation into a drone strike that killed a United Nations aid worker in Afghanistan last month. Not an Isis K terrorists says the administration had first claim Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has asked the Air Force secretary to assign a three star general or above to investigate Centcom's investigation into the errant drone strike that killed an Afghan man employed by a US charity group and nine of his family members, seven of them young Children. That report expected in 45 days. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby did not rule out punishments for the strike, adding the decision to fire that Hellfire missile was made by the U. S commander whose forces were based at Kabul International Airport. But so far no one has reached out to the victims of the U. S drone strike at the Pentagon. Jennifer Griffin Fox News, according to Oklahoma has said execution dates for seven death row inmates in the state at the rate of about one a month beginning next month. Oklahoma suspended capital punishment in 2015 following a series of mishaps involving lethal injection drugs. Whereabouts of Brian Landry remain unknown after the FBI served a search warrant on his parents' home in Florida. Things have slowed down quite a bit outside of the laundry home. We actually saw a lot of the FBI agents who are here helping to execute that search warrant leave with what appeared to be boxes of evidence. We saw multiple agents loading items from the family's garage into a white van and other vehicles that were late. Eater driven away. We saw multiple agents come out of the laundry home and really set their focus on the silver Mustang two tow trucks and came and loaded up the Mustang. And took it away to the North Port Police station. That Mustang is pretty significant because that is the car Brian laundries. Parents told investigators. He drove to the Carlton Reserve on Tuesday with the last time Brian was seen with Charles Watson, a body found in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming Sunday, tentatively identified.

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COVID Vaccines Required for Navy SEALS Under New Pentagon Plan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 2 months ago

COVID Vaccines Required for Navy SEALS Under New Pentagon Plan

"Have breaking news from john. Solomon of just the news that will be very very impactful to our capacity to actually wage was even when the generals done what they're doing john. Welcome back to america i. What is the story that you sent me. Just literally seconds before you came on air literally just broke so we have talked to lawyers and a minister representing several hundred navy seals. The most elite special operators are military trains in fact that caused a half million dollars just to train single seal so these are people put a lot of investment and trust in and they deliver with extraordinary courage and all the operations we know about there being told that if they don't get the vaccine the covert vaccine they will no longer be able to play with their seal team's essentially they will be sidelined and their seal cares will be over. This is very important because some of these sales already had a covert so they believe they have natural. And you don't need the vaccine and others of them have a religious objection to they. Do not believe that there's enough data on the safety to inject it into the body and they're asking for more time they're not anti vaccine because they take lots of vaccines as part of their deployments. They're just concerned about the safety data on this particular vaccine and re pentagon's response according to two lawyers and one of their ministers is that if you don't get it you're not going overseas again well. In van case capacity to deal with terror threats will be drastically diminished. We don't have unlimited supply of seals. John so this. This is a very serious on Impact upon our capacity to keep americans. Safe

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Pentagon Reverses Itself, Calls Deadly Kabul Strike an Error

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Pentagon Reverses Itself, Calls Deadly Kabul Strike an Error

"The Pentagon has reversed itself over a drone strike last month in Afghanistan that killed ten civilians days after the strike joint chiefs chairman mark Emily had said it was a valid attack against Islamic state extremists the right to strike but a Pentagon investigation now shows it was something different the strike was a tragic mistake general Frank McKenzie who heads U. S. Central Command says the military believed it struck a vehicle that posed an imminent threat to forces that Kabul's airport we now assess that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS K. or were a direct threat to US forces it was the final strike of America's longest war and mackenzie says the U. S. is considering reparation payments to the victims families Sager mag ani Washington

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Pentagon Acknowledges Drone Strike Killed Afghan Civilians

The World: Latest Edition

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Pentagon Acknowledges Drone Strike Killed Afghan Civilians

"Breaking news about afghanistan. Pentagon officials said today that the deadly strike targeting islamic state extremists on august. Twenty ninth went terribly wrong a hellfire missile hit the wrong vehicle and as many as ten civilians were killed including up to seven children. The pentagon is calling it a tragic mistake.

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Why Won't GOP Leaders Condemn Gen. Milley?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Why Won't GOP Leaders Condemn Gen. Milley?

"Where is lindsey graham. Where is john kent. Where are these republican leaders who ought to be full-throated condemnation of gener- general milley. Here's the here's the tucker clip in context people with oversight seemed to be on his side this morning. Tom cotton. The republican senator from arkansas came on fox and friends to talk about mark milley. Here's part of that conversation. This book raises some serious concerns. That some of the allegations seem somewhat farfetched to me. But general secretary austin are going to be testifying in front of congress and just a few days and we'll address these concerns. Don't wanna jump conclusions yet. I know he will address it and will ensure that he addresses it but this is one of those claims. Obviously that seems a little farfetched idea that in american military general is going to warn adversary if an attack is coming as you say when donald trump was never even thinking about a military attack against china. The whole thing is pretty far fetched. We don't want to jump to conclusions yet. Really what conclusions at the time. That interview took place this morning in an already been. Conclusively establish that mark milley was pushing open. Racism on the united states military that he had bragged to fellow officers about resisting. The american president quote with guns and that he had told military officials that he not. The president controlled our country's nuclear arsenal. So much more evidence. Do you need exactly. And why does no one in washington consider this a crisis. The leadership of the pentagon some of them anyway consta- through the united states seems right to me. And frankly from where. I sit senator cotton and senator graham's milk toast response to. This crisis is pretty

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U.S. Top General Milley Secretly Called China Over Fears Trump Could Spark War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Top General Milley Secretly Called China Over Fears Trump Could Spark War

"Was there anything unusual set to the chinese counterpart in the phone calls. As far as you understand again. I all i. All i've seen is the same reporting that you've seen jen i. I can't speak to the specifics of the conversation. A conversation that took place obviously before Before this administration took office. But i would add if i may again that it is not only a common. It's expected that chairman of the joint chiefs of staff would continue to have counterpart conversations. I mean he is basically the chief of defence for the united states. We don't call them that he has cobbler. Koby i've had enough. That's live footage from the pentagon. They are having to address the accusations block. Buster shocking tectonic accusations. The channel joint chiefs colluded with communist china with their general staff and cold them to ensure that china would not be attacked and that mark milley was interposing himself in the chain of command of the united states thus negating the principle of civilian control of our armed forces that we have had from the beginning of the establishment of our republic and the position of president chief. -secutive and commander in

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Rep. John Garamendi Starts Biden Damage Control on Gen. Milley's Alleged Treason

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Rep. John Garamendi Starts Biden Damage Control on Gen. Milley's Alleged Treason

"Let's start here. Let's go to cut one. This is a hapless California Democrat John Garamendi, Um, again a complete zero. Um, a guy who realizes treason may have been committed and the Democrats were involved in a coup. That's not even a possible that that's a definite that they were involved in a coup. They admitted it, I'll show you a tweet. I'll read a tweet for you in a second from CNN. But here's Garamendi, hapless California Democrat defending Millie's decision saying, you know It's no big deal. We'll take a look. But this isn't a big already running damage control. Check this out. Key General Milley called a secret meeting in his Pentagon office of top military brass and basically said to them if you get calls, no matter who they're from, there is a process here. There is a procedure no matter what you're told. You do the procedure. You do the process and I'm a part of the procedure. Meaning he didn't want them. Responding really two calls from the commander in chief. Unless he was involved as a member of the Armed Services Committee. Do you see that as an end run somehow around the commander in chief? Or course Trump was, uh, unhinged by the election by his loss in the election, and he displayed that, uh, clearly from the evening of the election right on through to today, and he remains unstable with regard to his election loss. He clearly was deeply engaged in the 2000 election. 1000. January 6th insurrection He brought those people he encouraged them to come and he had done encouraged them to march on the capital. All of that is known. The investigations of all of this will are underway now. This select committee is delving into all of these communications.

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"pentagon" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

09:08 min | 3 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"So then the house of representatives passed the necessary legislation for the project on july twenty eighth nineteen forty one and the senate just a little bit later on august fourteenth by that time however controversy had arisen over the scale of the building as well as its location so close to the hallowed ground of arlington national cemetery. I mean sure. Very valid concerns. Yep moved by the protest. Fdr declared that the project should be moved to a site. Three quarters of a mile south of arlington farm adjacent to the washington hoover airport. He also directed somerville to reduce the size of the building to no more than two point. Two five million square feet which is still huge show gigantic. Still josh norman. But smaller ma and also i liked that was like we have to move the project Let's pick it up and put it over here. I mean assuming they had not broken ground no. It was very close to being started. Yeah and it's like you can't. I mean we have to now. Make sure there's no swampland and next to the airport god yup. Obviously there was pressure for the temporary building to become permanent yup at the height of world war two the pentagon house more than thirty three thousand people and it's worth exceeded expectations officials discovered that they did in fact need to keep such a large military force active once the war was over so instead of turning the building into something else it remained the military's command center so again they're like we love this. I think this is great that we have this huge office dedicated entirely to military operation. Yes we should keep this building ouija. Gabe in nineteen ninety two. The building was designated eight national historic landmark due to its age renovations began around that time on the building billions now four million square feet of space will. Yeah i mean it's been around for fifty years right. We built it quickly. Yes with a shortage of steel So there's leaky roofs and faucets. You know you gotta gitte up a bit and just fifty years of like new technology and right new fortifications and the us military had grown immensely and of some stuff. Do they have some rough to in september of nineteen forty seven. Congress passed the national security. Act ushering in the single biggest military reorganization in american history. The act created the national military establishment. Split the air force from the army formally established the joint chiefs of staff and created the central intelligence agency or the cia and the national security council. Jesus christ donna valet packing an end to a bill like real a real overhaul which makes sense because we were a country at war in the post world war two era. The pentagon's role was shaped decisively by growing cold war. Tensions is that a chill in the air war as the wartime alliances with the soviet union disintegrated into a fierce rivalry the old by the nuclear arms race and the growing number of us security commitments around the world. I mean when you think about it. There's not a lot of time in between the end of world war two and the beginning of the cold war no not at all. So yeah there. Like i wonder if they were even like i don't know let's let's stay in the pentagon for like five years and make sure there's make sure that every ends with they're doing exactly half sense started acting up and they were like we're keeping the pentagon. Oh yeah they're like. we need the pentagon. We don't trust those soviets so an incredible amount of workers and materials brought together the pentagon the grounds and building went up in a stunning sixteen months. I'd say insane. They're like nuts buildings in new york. That literally still not done for like ten years crazy. Yes here's like these people on it i know. Get the get the military on it. They that's the thing. So i i love military's because when they're in charge of a project when they were in charge of the vaccine distribution as got done dang that did that shit get. Donna was a lean mean will organize machine. Yup hell helje. The building was officially completed in january of nineteen forty three. Thanks to the help of one thousand architects and fourteen thousand. Tradesmen who worked three shifts around the clock a staggering amount of materials were needed including four hundred and thirty five thousand yards of concrete. What to measure concrete and ours. I know i that is such a weird statistic. I mean i guess once it solid laid out sure. Is that a yard. How tall is the yard right. Toll the but that's just one dimension right like if you lay it down. Sure you're thinking like as tall as it wider yet like. Yeah yard which way which way i understand it also needed forty three thousand tons of steel and six hundred eighty thousand tons of sand and gravel. I don't i understand. That sand is used a lot but the idea that the pentagon is made up of that much samd is odd. She'll blow over and yeah we're by. The first tenants moved into the building in april of nineteen. Forty two several months before the building was finished. So they're like look. We've got three offices done uh-huh three people can work here. Chairman of the joint chiefs come on down intestine at the pentagon instead of steel. The building was primarily built of reinforced concrete. Hence the amount of yards. Much the filler. For this concrete was dredged from the grounds around the pentagon itself including the potomac river. And they're like we need. We need to make something. Go dig all go down to the river. Bring us back. some sand. Concrete was also used to build a series of rams throughout the complex which eliminated the need for. Steel enforced elevators. So they're like we can't. We can't use steel. Let's get creative What can we do. What can we do roads. No under this thing needed so many renovations. God yeah in. An america still highly segregated by race the pentagon's planners found it necessary to design a building with separate facilities for black and white employees including white and colored cafeterias for the construction crews and two hundred eighty four bathrooms twice the number needed for anticipated staff levels however in june of nineteen forty one president roosevelt issued executive order eight eight zero two which prohibited segregation among federal employees Okay so there were like Doing this now during this federal aunt no at first virginia authorities determined to enforce the regulations laid out and its jim crow era. Separation of races law insisted that the facilities be segregated before finally relenting and ceding control of the pentagon to the federal government. So virginia is trying to be a little piece of shit about and try to keep the pentagon segregated even though it was a federal law or i guess a federal executive order that this couldn't happen so stop acting up. Virginia digs eat from its opening all facilities were open to both black and white employees making the pentagon for a time. The only non-segregated building in all of virginia which is wild files because virginia's not small and it also houses other major political government buildings. Yes yeah all. I wonder if it's because of its virginia. Not dc still. I mean they're still like the things that are in. Virginia that are not dc true and also it's like still a huge us state. It.

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GovExec Daily

07:46 min | 3 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on GovExec Daily

"Want to hear more from zach next gove defense one and route fifty tune into our virtual events to your interviews with government leaders about the most important topics today including the federal workforce health. It artificial intelligence five jeet and more visit gove exotic dot com slash events to learn more with role spanning from chair of the nevada gaming commission to senate majority leader. Senator reid has worked in public service for decades. Along the way he's helped lead states advised presidents and spearheaded policies that changed many people's lives A leading advocate for the importance of fact based research and scientific studies. He was also instrumental in the founding of the advanced aerospace threat identification program or a a t i p which was created under the pentagon earlier in the study of unidentified flying objects and he helped oversee its development out his time in congressional politics. So we're so excited to have him here to talk about these issues. And many more senator reid welcome to the summit. How're you doing today. Ufo's have been a hot topic in the federal space. Over the last couple of years. Since the defense department confirmed the authenticity of videos depicting military pilots sightings of unexplainable phenomena and formed the unidentified aerial phenomena task force years before that there was a much quieter program. Under the pentagon's purview. Which i just mentioned earlier. The aa t. I p That conducted very relevant work. The program was unclassified But unpublicized and it was largely funded at your crust from congress. Senator reid more than twenty million was secured. Toback it to kick off this chat. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about what really sparked your inspiration and motivation to advocate for investments in this realm and to really push the pentagon to prioritize. Ufo investigations are became interested in this. Because my curious. I wanted to find out to this where they're really site was signed by eight people. I will have people. And so. I decided i would get some money on. Studying scientific and i went to center in way stevens. They control the dark minor events budget and pull away. I wanna do easy itself over at. Because stevens immediately said i was in world war two was flying off to my left. There was something would move up down sideways. Got one fuel dilemma. Went down to ask air traffic control. What was that was fine with me. Is that. We don't know what you're talking so soon as i i was interested in this he based upon his experience will. Do you want to look at so doing. It was an easy sell. Absolute what we did. Put it out to bid and we wanted. I wanted to find out how many people had seen these unusual sites. And it is a turnout wasn't a dozen wasn't hundreds thousands of the counts for seventy years of people. Seeing these phenomena now is become even more here that these unidentified flight phenomenon exists what they are. We don't help the more we studying the list. We know what they are. A what we do know is things developing for example. Uss all the cruiser The coast of diego. They saw big audrey shaped like a football. It was as big as a football field. It comes in covers helmet cruiser. Which is a big big ship. And then suddenly just goes into the water disappears and people saw this with their eyes. It's the first time to radar sonar now their new equipment. We have scientifically say so. Glad we're looking into this something that i want be where i want more than anything else to make. Sure the government doesn't try hiding. It must be transparent. Whatever they learn. American people entitled to know the american people do whatever the results are. We can handle it. Someone asked me what what are they. What are they coming someplace else. So they asked the same question that prisoner walmart he said. Look we're all in this great universe. And i wouldn't be surprised if there's something else from someplace else. So that's where we'll glad i got started. But it's not getting. We got something start. Something must be ongoing. Transmit to the american people certainly and we'll dive a little bit more into what is ongoing on a next in the conversation but on that topic. I do have to ask. Because i imagine you were briefed on the volumes of research and learnings. That came out of the a t. I t had the government confirmed or substantiated like actual extraterrestrial lead. Ufo's as far as you know. And can you just elaborate. A little bit more on why. It's important to have that science based research regardless of what the outcomes tell us we do know that there have been signs aerial phenomenon. We don't know what they are seeing some of lights. Some don't they go at remarkable speeds up and down. It's fees if it were and present technology we have with our own. Aircraft are honest with diana's because he just would understand it g-forces so we don't know what they are but i think it's extremely important that we continue trying to find out what they are now. Question has come from some other nation. We need to look into that. I doubt it quite frankly. But it's possible. They're doing some research themselves remember. Russia is run by former member. Ran the kgb his supposedly thirty thousand agents on you can ventures whatever you wanna bet it rushes looking into this and i'm confident china's. I know that france is the country looking at america. Should be waiting for one should do. It are certainly so then. Let's fast forward than to now. It a lot of this started with a t. I p. i. I think that there was some big significance that.

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"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"I think that the truth about what we're seeing is very much like britney and it's being held in conservative ship and it's not allowed to come out And people specifically you know the war industry in the pentagon but also answer things like energy industries and the auto manufacturers you name it are all all have vested interests in making sure that this doesn't come out right that that it stays in a conservative ship of the government if you will right and you know much like britney we gotta hash tag free britney hash free the aliens you know what i mean because this is what's going on. I don't know i'm still skeptical. Danny i'm going to be completely honest. I think that after all that wages playing all this stuff that just like. Oh yeah you know swamp. Gas balloons swamp gas balloons. I i think there's work. I'm going to wait to see here. What neil degrassi. Tyson says all right. I think he's my authority on science. He really is crossing tyson. A slight actually watched him on joe. I watched him on joe rogan and he said well the first thing. We shouldn't assume that it's aliens because you know first of all if we're talking about a scientific scrutiny you know if you go to any scientific convention or conference or you read any scientific paper like the level of scrutiny that they have about monday shit like you know if we saw something on a radar the first thing they are going to say what is it. The first thing i'd say is well. How the radar was. Last time he serviced. It hasn't been calibrated you know. And they're going to pick apart nitpick every little fucking detail about the data to where. You're not even gonna come close to an explanation. We let alone aliens rain. And neil digress. Is a scientist. And so i. I totally agree with that. I totally think we should pick it apart but it doesn't mean that we shouldn't say that we should just throw it out ray. There are so many documented pieces of evidence for this and the fact that we're just talking about two thousand four to two thousand twenty one there is decades of observations. You know from the roswell incident through a program called kelley blue book. Excuse me i'm going to do. It's not kelley. Blue book is just project. Blue book fucking hated every time. I say that kelley blue book is for cars project. Blue book which ran for you know a couple of decades which also had been taking in reports albeit. They didn't have the same kind of sophisticated sensors and and data collection that we do now To project a tip. The advanced aerospace threat identification program that lou els ondo head Had headed up before they. They closed that program down. That wasn't you know officially acknowledged until very recently to very recently right now and we're literally setting up a u. a. p. t. f. like they're too there's too much data. There's too much evidence for.

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Bro History

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"You know Can exist in either a form that we understand like our life or in a form that we don't yet understand like i dunno trans dimensional or like fuck in something else who knows But the point is that is just way too big verbiage as bs. And that's that's my personal opinion. So i kind of believe that i i believe that too but i do I think this argument does hold water that the conditions on earth are just show. Perfect that The conditions for life. are uniquely Is uniquely unlikely that it could happen at another planet like the odds that life happens that another planet snow unlikely Do you know what i'm saying right now. I'm probably not describing it life as we know it life like our life. Maybe you know. Yeah but again i wanna make the point that you know. They could be fucking. We're carbon based lifeforms. What if they're hydrogen based life forms or if they're like helium based life forms. We don't know. We just do not know and i think you know as it relates to these. Ufo's you know. is it aliens. Maybe you know at least the physics behind. It seemed to suggest that anything. That's alive that you know is couldn't possibly be trapped as as we know it any living thing couldn't possibly be in one of these vehicles because literally if you accelerated at the rates that these things are going physics determines that your brain would turn into fucking soup like the g. forces are so incredibly immense and that's the one part of the of the mvp ndp pi Article that. I didn't get a chance to to read But i do want to say a few closing things about this. I think it is all options are on the table. It could be aliens. It could be a foreign adversary. Could be our own technology. It doesn't matter what the answer to that is what matters is that. We've acknowledged this historic precedent that we've acknowledged that it's real or at least that we've that that the collection of this data is real and the physics implications have giant reprecussions for potentially for geopolitics for energy for a for for society and culture as we know it And if it is one of our technologies and we've had it for any amount of time and luella zondo is just like a hack for the pentagon and he's just controlling the narrative in the way that the government thinks is possible. I think if we're doing this low little drip drip you know slow disclosure. I think that's a feasible argument to make an you know it makes sense because you know it would be a crime to withhold this technology from from human from humanity. It literally would be a crime. And so you know. I wanna i wanna make this full circle henry You know we started the the episode talking about britney right.

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Bro History

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"Theory land are very weird. Say we in the realm of a gut feeling conspiracy theory so But my gut feeling tells me this guy still works for the pentagon the disguise still is. Us intelligence and he wouldn't be allowed on these shows. He wouldn't be allowed to do interviews for on cnn. The new york post or washington post mom or wherever these mainstream outlets. If say what he's saying and say what he's saying. I don't think you've actually like a whistle blower. I think he's just. He's a disinformation artists. I think he's a charlatan. That's the vibe. I got from him on his interviews. Just by it's got a very charlatan tight buy from them. Listen here's what i think. I kind of agree with you in certain respects. I think definitely might be a Not i don't wanna characterize ms misinformation A asset but more of a controlled information asset. Right i definitely think that there's a lot of truth behind what's going on right now specific. Because i think you're able to control. I think he's putting out the information that putting out the narrative as the us government feels is the appropriate way to put out the information yet exactly but but each making. It seem like. Oh this guy's brave whistle blower. He's coming in conway and struggling against the pentagon and they don't like us and i think maybe some people i'm sure people the pentagon don't like them. There's probably a lot of reasons. And you know the pentagon uniform always have to remember. That organizations aren't uniform in like they're thinking so there's always going to be some opposition internally. So i'm sure there's some conflict in there but it just sounds like he's putting out the narrative that the government wants to bit once they want. They're putting out that narrative that the government wants 'cause you see when whistled when there's actual whistleblowers real whistle blowers that are uncovering government crimes. They fuck the like they end up like Pretty much exile from the country like adverse not bright they flee they have to yeah or there are put in jail like julian. Assange all right. This is the third time that we were just cut off due to internet problems. So i think we're going to start wrapping this episode up because obviously the government doesn't want us to release this episode. We're getting too close to the truth. Man they don't want us to spoil it all. It's funny because right when we were calling him What's his name. A charlatan alesando alesando a charlatan exposing him for his role to for being a hack. Yeah no our our internet. Start to shut down. So what. but here's role where i'll laughing how we should end this. So do you believe in aliens like the what do you like. What are your thoughts probability like you know. Do you think there's alien visitors. Or i doubt should ask. What do you believe that. There is intelligent life outside of earth for that question. Undoubtedly you think Universes way too big bridges. Ps statistically feels feels impossible. So i agree with that. I do tend to agree with that. The universe is just so big. There has to dislike by probability there has to be a planet that has the same conditions that we have in. There has to be some life form out there. All i i'd even argue that it doesn't even have to have the same conditions. I i just think that the universe is so ridiculously large that that sentient you know sentient consciousness..

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"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"We have no idea what they are and they seem to be exhibiting characteristics. That defy physics. So isn't this what that this is what that guy i ask. Did you mention him Was lewis or lew luella. Zondo lou zonda yet. He's the guy who's who's he's very unlike. All the spokesman for the stuff right so lula's onto i was gonna talk about him but I the report dropped. And i stopped doing on notes on him. But i can give you a basic overview of him so lula zondo was evidently. The pentagon seems to Disliked this man go figure Louisville's ondo he was allegedly the director of a tip so the advanced aerospace threat identification program. The one that harry reid created And perry created in two thousand eight and then he took over the program in two thousand and ten And from two thousand and ten til like two thousand seventeen. He was the guy that was responsible for collecting all the data. And all these reports like basically put all together. And you know we're talking about this this report that just dropped recently. Says they started in two thousand and four and they ended in twenty twenty one so this guy was responsible for the collection of the data for the majority of this report. You know and he was a former he was in the military obviously He was like a counterintelligence guy right and he was working with like you know getting intelligence on mike terrorists and shit like that you know like he he do interogations and like all countries like a very specific set of skills. You know like Like the guy from taken like liam niessen kind of bad ass type of figure but apparently the pentagon says that he had nothing to do with a tip. Even though plenty of people including harry reid who signed a document said no yet he was a part of it and you know he was the head of it and that was my program so i should know you know So this guy has been doing this for a long time. And he decided to to leave the program because he felt that the way that the united states government was handling this and keeping the secrets was was bad for the american public and was generally bad for human beings. Super fascinating guy He's been doing a million Interviews like if you literally google this this particular issue at any point. You're going to come across. Louis louis el zonda or louisville's ondo He also ended up create Linking up with tom delong from blink. One eighty two. You know this guy who's like apparently also like huge. ufo guy. He created like a like a school basically for ufo studies and he's linked up with these people. He's linked up with hundreds of different. You know former military active military congress. People you name it like this guy's luos on his very very well connected and he has all the data and all he really wants to do is help promote disclosure of this information. Well here's the thing. Here's my opinion on this on blue. L. zondo because he i listened to the interview he did with new york post And i listened short ones unlike. Cnn he did. I'm veal and here's my gut feelings. I can't really Back this up with we're in conspiracy..

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"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"It was stunning by. I get the point there. The liberal media seems concentrates more on russia. Russia conservative media concentrates. More on china right. You've they both even though they both kind of our drum sable this is. This is the one that this is the one that it's clear that marco rubio was trying to get at right before and serie systems and and honestly i think it's a totally fair like literally like put put politics aside for a moment. I think it's totally fair like to to want to understand if this is from from an enemy for reform of weren't adversary on planet. On you so this is the last one and this. This is the bucket that platfo tar falls in Other and i'm actually going to read this one because this one's wild so it says although most of the ua p. described in our data set probably remain unidentified due to limited data or challenges collection to challenges to the collection process or announced. We may require additional scientific knowledge to successfully Collect on analyze and characterize some of them we would group such objects in this category pending scientific advances that allow us to better understand them the pdf intense focus on additional analysis on the small number of cases. Where a you. Ap appear to display unusual. Eric terrific's or signature management. So okay this sounds like nothing but it's actually a lot of something first of all notice in all of the five categories. They didn't say anything about aliens right. So they're lumping in aliens with everything we can't figure out right so this is them specifically not saying aliens this very carefully worded but that last sentence i think gives it away. I'm gonna read it again. The you eight. P. t. f. intends to focus additional analysis on the small number of cases where a ap appeared to display unusual flight characteristics or signature management. So this is where You know the focus goes to like the pilot thing like man. I saw this thing in the air. Where i i don't know what it did but it wasn't like wasn't bound by our laws of physics as we know it right right right right totally you know and i think while there's no distinct mention of aliens and that ufo's are probably physical things and yes the only thing. We've able to strongly identifies a balloon. Like i think is worth getting worked up over because you know a an important point that i still haven't even touched on yet. Is that the report itself talks about. How a threat these. Ufo's could be so first of all but they looked at one hundred forty four credible reports that fit their like extremely narrow standards Since two thousand and four. So if you do the math on that that's an average of eight and a half credible reports a year over the last seventeen years. That's basically a new report every single month that they consider as like okay. This is credible. And we're going to look into it right the majority of them and that's eighty of them involved multiple sensors to so there's a lot going on there and big bowl litters the report states. Ua threaten slight us giving you a p threaten flight safety and possibly national security so most of the ufo's describing this have interrupted training missions or military exercises or have been observed near our military assets that have like crazy advanced technology..

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"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:14 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"Walk like crab talk like you summit at least one person we'll get that reference all right. Let's get back to the thing. So this is the at the crazy admission. I think that comes out of this. Report It says and i'm quoting here. Most of the ap reported probably do represent physical objects given that a majority of you a. p. were registered across multiple sensors to include radar infrared electro optical weapons seekers and visual observation. Why is this important. So this means that it's not like swamp gas or censor issues. The fact that most of these reports are probably physical reasons. Some huge questions now. It does come with some disclaimers so to be fair. Also read that part In a limited of incidents you p reportedly appear to exhibit unusual flight characteristics. These observations could be the result of sensor errors spoofing or observer misinterpretation and require additional rigorous analysis analysis so On on the one hand they have they admit that. There's definitely something to this that you know. There's there's something there but they also admit that there's some weird shit that they need to look into more this. This is this where you know. The navy pilots come in. And yeah like this thing was doing things that like that. Go beyond our our knowledge. Yes i wanna talk about that later though. There's more stuff in in this report. That i think is super important before we could get there all right so Does the report actually come to any concrete conclusions about what you are yes But it sucks. So here's a here's a line. We were able to identify one reported you. Ap with high confidence in that case we identified the object. As a large deflating balloon. The others remain unexplained congrats. It took them six months to figure out. The ufo was bloom so like a balloon from like a child's birthday party or like a blimp. That's taking pick the super bowl unlikely. They literally specify it was a. They didn't specify so you could be anything. Could be a weather balloon. It could be a domino fucking kid. I can totally. I can totally see like conspiracy. Where like all right We're gonna take some balloons from tommy's fourth birthday party and we're gonna fly throw manent throw them in the wind and the pentagon and then trump come up on some radar system and then you know that will be brought. The congress like we've found some The very troubled area unusual systems Very unusual flight patterns in the fix all We're gonna funding of Of one hundred billion dollars ten trillion dollars to upgrade our radar systems to understand what these flight patterns for a balloon..

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"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Bro History

"Come on please By you know it's interesting. I feel like every single. I don't think it was true. Trump did this. But i know obama said he did this the first and i think clinton did it till it usually democrats who are more interested in for some reason It might be while we can just speculate with reasons are but obama said you know the first thing i did when i got to weiss i said hey where you keep the aliens right and i get a tour tour civilians and and they told him now. I didn't get anything about you. Know there are things on radar systems that we can't explain folks. I think clinton had same thing. I think clinton was real into it as well I think trump didn't give a shit every every It literally every president Since i think it was Every every president since Obama minimum has shown in an open interest but definitely also clinton and maybe george bush. I didn't. I didn't find any specific ones on on him. I asked him about the aliens but he was kind of a dumb ass. So you no no curiosity so how something. I've heard so i was listening to. I sent this podcast over to you. bye radio warner d-. Yeah and they did a podcast. Radio warner is a really good podcast That does the same type of subjects that we do Encourage you to listen to that one. But they did one on Ufo pentagon stuff like that and they were saying that There's kind of two classes in. This is kind of like an oversimplification of what they're saying but the more republican aligned generals Are people in. The pentagon are Less likely to care about this. Ufo stuff or or thinking about aliens because they were saying like rejection you know kind of undercuts. Maybe their religious views right things like that And then the more democrats are or the ones more aligned with the liberal democrat. Party are are more inclined to be interested in that stuff But guy who i know who's really instrumental in washington who's like a really big ufo nerd. Is john podesta. yup john. Podesta's is super big nerd when it comes like ufo stuff. I know he pushes really hard fort. I mean maybe he is. You know what. I mean certainly would believe it. If you're like a this is one of the lizard people from the i. Oh that well that kind of winds up with the whole pizza gate thing too. What i know. He had a like a an x. Files themed like fiftieth birthday. Really or exile anything birthday..

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"pentagon" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Personally this is fresh air. I'm dave davies sitting in for terry gross fifty years ago this week. The new york times published the first in a series of articles based on a classified defense department study that was leaked to the paper by daniel ellsberg. The study came to be known as the pentagon papers. It chronicled decades of failed. Us policy in vietnam and ways. The american public was misled about how the war was conducted. The first article. By times journalist neil sheehan was published on june thirteenth nineteen seventy-one when president nixon was in office. He learned about it in a phone call with our alhag who was then an assistant to national security advisor. Henry kissinger iraq. Nothing else of interest.

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"pentagon" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"Political analytical. Next guys is out a more.

"pentagon" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

08:12 min | 9 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"From having for on our back. You know where we're like really hairy. I mean some of us still are. But i'm not but i mean where we have a lot of hair on us and we evolved and we lost hair and then had to use for from something else to cover up because it was cold. I mean that's not evolution people if you evolve from having safer and your evolving out common sense until you we would have more for so that we don't get cold we wouldn't have to lose our hair and cover up with someone else's skin and for i mean it just know there's a whole lot of different ideas that go along with this everybody but the whole thing that we're talking about right now. It's affected the pentagon. It's going to release more information and seeing the pentagon has also released some information. Not only with the tic tac video and all that they came out and said yeah it wasn't unidentified aerial phenomena. We don't know what it was but they also said came out and said that they did have parts or pieces of a craft a craft not made of this earth. They came out and said it. So i'm wondering what they're going to say this time the hair thing. Then i'll move forward. That's called genetic altercation. genetic altercation so there's there's a reason why evolution happened so fast as the way it did things are genetically modified. I truly believe that. And now you're saying that the kinda gone is going to release information so how how much of a convenient thing. It is to release this information right now after the pentagon realizes how the public takes serious information like. Because i think they've been warming us up for the longest time putting out movies Ufo movies and things like that to see how we do. You remember back in the day. Wells put out worthy world and people thought it was real war of the worlds man. People freaked out and they thought that was a real deal coming over the radio and they all freak the hell out we'll nowadays. It's not like that so much anymore. And a see my lady has joined in on the stream as she's probably gonna glitch she's probably figuring out what's going on with the computer at now but cool. Yeah so she was going to work on it. I'm sure no daniel ahead. Welcome danielle hilo daniel. Can you hear me now. Make me a sandwich. James was just telling us jane james was just telling us that he has not bought you. Watch because there's one above the stove. Okay well she obviously doesn't here because you would have been in trouble there. Okay cool killed. Let me insert here guys. Former senator harry m. re and by the way hugh's a democrat. Okay longtime becker at the usa. Phenomenom said that in the footage that they have it only scratches the surface of research and burials available. The us needs to take a series scientific. Look at this and any potential national security implications that it has the american people deserve. It'd be informed and this is why we're seeing this guy says because this does this does pose a national security threat to whatever country there might be. We have people. In russia we people in china we are people in all over the world that are actually setting. Side moneys and programs to study these type of phenoms and we're not airing. We're not sharing our information. And why we aren't i don't get it because it was global implications for security wise. Wouldn't we shared it. Gentlemen willard rick because This this is not a new thing. This has always been known to be a national threat and a national security risk. This ain't a new thing. We have the technology that we've recovered. If any of you guys know about bob lazar in all the things that he encountered and all that stuff we already have that technology advancement in. These guys have already capitalized on the weaponry. And they're not going to share that because now we have a card up on on. What's up there things as black projects out there that we have no clue about maginness. Kobe stimulus package. That came out one point nine trillion dollars. How much of this should is going to black projects. That's going to support and fun. All of the vance of the stuff that we've already found back in roswell back into forties in the numerous crash sites around the world you know russia's head of numerous crafts like you know big russia and siberia is. It's a huge place. Seventeen times the size of the united states. And i'm just making seventeen up but it's huge and recovered things that they're not sharing with us either but there's some countries out there saying hey enough is enough and we're starting to put stuff out but i think the reason to. Us is putting this stuff out is because they see how the the people have responded to the job crisis and they've realized that people are pretty much sheep and they'll do their toke so they can put this information out and say hey relaxed. We got yelled just chill. This is what you need to do. You need to wear a four pairs of socks. In in three rubbers. And you'll be okay in the people are gonna do that. They will go rushing out by all the socks and all the trojan and then they'll be fine and the government knows what the people will do right. That's how they can release the information because it's getting to the point where other countries are starting to release the information before us and they don't want them having the one up on us. i think. that's that's what's going on. Okay well let me let me let me drop this your way the james and rick. Everybody's heard of operation blue beam k. In operation blue beam was described to everybody by some information that was leaked out by verner von braun before he passed away. Stepfather of rocketry absolutely operation. Paper clip was a way to create a one world government one world government and it was planned to be done in the nineteen eighties but it leaked so they had to scrub the whole thing. Okay now what do we have going on right now. That could bring everybody in the world together to create this one world government. Follow where i'm going with this now. We're having tons of ufo sightings all around the globe and not just one or two one are having fleets of ufo seen some of them forty fifty other thousands at one given time in the air. Okay i just seen videos of these things. Today was in the united states. One was out of the united states. Okay so we've got all this happening now all of a sudden. Oh by the way. We're going to release similar fo- information from the pentagon so we're going to kind of make sure everybody understands that these things are real. We're getting tons of co sidings and then you got to remember the old speech that reagan president. Reagan said way back in the day. What would happen.

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"pentagon" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

08:35 min | 9 months ago

"pentagon" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"And that kind of thing because this is something that's coming in that people have been waiting for and i think it's finally going to happen. Bill says your intro music by pink. Floyd nope actually thought it was at first. I night to fight with facebook for awhile on copyright stuff they. They realized that i was right. They were wrong. Magin that so yeah let me read some of the stuff and then we're going to jump into the ufo topic so the pentagon has six months to disclose what it knows about ufo's six months. Everybody so i guess they got to get their act together and figure out what lies are gonna feed us as far as not knowing anything but this came out january fourth twenty twenty one in on military dot com and As part of the newly passed covert nineteen relief legislation matching. It came out. Covert nineteen relief legislation this. Ufo thing comes out anyway. Lawmakers are demanding answers from us intelligence agencies and the defense department on the potential existence of ufo's and other unidentified aerial phenomena. We already know that they're there. I mean everybody does. I mean it's like no big surprise but it's gonna be interesting to see what they put out there and what they tell us they know about it The two point three trillion. I'm never bus. Appropriation legislation passed a last month includes the intelligence authorization. Act for facial. You're twenty twenty. One which provides more resources toward investigation gathering and strengthening open source intelligence collection among the agencies. According to a release from florida. Republican senator marco rubio who introduced the bill in june senate passed the legislation in july. Some of that information include or includes what the pentagon the federal bureau of investigation or the fbi and his counterparts know about an identified aerial phenomena. Also known as anomalous aerial vehicles. Now that's a new one on me. And i'm gonna aerial vehicles like ufo's lot easier to say Anomalous anomalous aerial vehicles. Yeah wow okay. Lawmakers expect to see the lawmakers expect to see a report on the collected. Ufo data one hundred and eighty days from the bill's passage according to the legislation. Let's see news website. Complex was the first report the details the report will be unclassified but will include a classified supplement. Oh boy so yeah so. So here's where they're still trying to hide shit of moore's so i'm sure a lot of it's going to be in the classified section Lawmakers are concerned that there is no unified comprehensive process within the federal government for collecting and analyzing intelligence on unidentified aerial phenomena despite the potential threat. Which is why a sweeping report on all relevant information regarding you. Ap's is essential according to the bills text lawmakers want information on any uap's that were found using geos battle. Jio's said how you say that you geospatial spaghetti or whatever. Intelligence signals intelligence human intelligence or measurement and signal intelligence regardless of which agency or service collected the data. The bill states basically. They're wanting all the intelligence from all over the. Ufo's don't have to be out of this world either. The legislation requires information on any technology china. Russia iran north korea and others may possess in this field including aerospace or other threats posed by the unidentified aerial phenomena to national security and to this estimate of whether this unidentified aerial phenomena activity may be attributed to one or more foreign adversaries. It adds now. Let me tell you something if this is the case and these. Ufo's that were filming. That are going hyper. Velocity out running our jets. An if this is the case this belongs to one of our One of our enemies out there. You know the. Us has really dropped the ball because we are way behind all these countries if that's the case and they have this stuff and we don't i mean come on. Let's see it says in april. The pentagon officially acknowledged three incident reports by navy f eighteen hornets of fighter pilots after years of speculation that pilots were encountering alien spacecraft during training missions. The defense department that month publish videos of the incidents of one taken in november two thousand four and the other and the other two in january two thousand fifteen which had been circulating in the public domain after an unauthorized release in two thousand and seven and twenty seventeen officials said in a statement after a thorough review. The department has determined that the authorized release of these unclassified videos does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems and does not infringe on any subsequent investigations of military airspace. Incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena pentagon spokeswoman sue gross said at the time the video confirmation came a few months after navy pilots. Got the word out that there had been an increase in ufo sightings sightings in recent years as a result the service issued new guidelines on how best to document sightings or encounters according to twenty nine thousand nine hundred report from politico. The new york times reported that two pilots at sightings and in one instance a near collision while flying training missions off the east coast between twenty fourteen in two thousand fifteen the last last august. Deputy defense secretary david norquist officially created the unidentified aerial phenomena task force. A navy led unit to hunt down any pertinent encounters service members may have had with aerial objects that pose a threat to national security. I think the pose a threat to national security. Honestly because we don't know what they are where they're from or what they're kansas. I mean that's the main thing the. Us government has looked into ufo's for years most notably between twenty two thousand seven and twenty twelve when the pentagon began its advanced aerospace threat. Identification program an effort companion by. Then senator harry reid. A democrat from nevada and a senate majority leader at the time the program was meant to pursue research and investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena. The defense department said motivated by defy events. Such as the two thousand and four tic tac incident which was documented and one of the navy's release videos and we talked about that one when i in that incident f eighteen pilots from the aircraft carrier. Nimitz you know in the nimitz has been involved in a ton of ufo. Type scenarios atone. They have operating off the coast of san diego Reported spotting a large tiktok shake shaped object that appear to be floating without the assistance of an engine or exhaust plume. So there you have it folks so within six months from when this bill passed they're supposed to be giving us the information we need and we've been looking for in that. We wanted for a very long time. Finally but as you can tell some of it is still going to be classified. Which means there's going to be a lot that we still don't know but at least they're starting to open up some gentlemen thoughts. We'll.

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WTOP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"pentagon" Discussed on WTOP

"To the Pentagon for schedule info visit Fairfax connector dot com Rick McClure WTOP traffic let's get this twenty four four day forecast here Samara Theodore it's going to be a wet start to the week rain expected on and off through your Monday highs tomorrow in the low fifties and breezy Tuesday heaviest rain during the first half of the day the drying in the evening highs in the upper fifties down to the upper forties on Wednesday Wednesday starting off quiet with lots of clouds and then rain moving in late Wednesday Thursday widespread showers with high temperatures on Thursday in the mid to upper fifties forty four right now on the district forty three in Quantico in forty four in Culpepper okay Samara nine fifty one DC mayor Muriel Bowser continues her campaign to expand affordable housing in the city the pressure on housing prices just continues to grow your browser told a housing event this weekend rapid changes of displaced longtime black residents in October she announced a plan to build twelve thousand affordable housing units by twenty twenty five spreading subsidized housing evenly across the city two teenagers in DC are facing charges in a break in and sexual assault in north west this happened on the edge of the Howard University campus on Girard street police say several people broke into a home about three AM Friday a woman was sexually assaulted in her own bed stolen from the home hills and I've had a cell phone bank cards in a car police arrested a sixteen year old boy in a fourteen year old boy in connection to.

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"pentagon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"pentagon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Pentagon reports fifty military personnel are suffering from traumatic brain injuries following a runs retaliatory missile attack on US forces according to a Pentagon statement thirty two of those service members are back on duty after treatment eighteen were taken to Germany for additional evaluation and treatment president trump in the Pentagon originally said no US troops were killed or injured in the January eighth attack from a run but last week in Switzerland the president backtracked on the issue I heard that they had headaches and a couple of other things but I would say yeah and I can report it is not very serious traumatic brain injuries are always immediately apparent but the Pentagon's announcement shows the attack was more serious than first reports indicated the defense and Veterans brain injury center says most TV I suffered in the military are mild I'm John Lawrence nearly ten till now for members of Congress have introduced a resolution urging Major League Baseball not to follow through with their proposal to eliminate forty two current minor league teams correspondent John stillness has more to Republicans David McKinley of West Virginia and Mike Simpson of New York join with two Democrats Laurie tray hand of Massachusetts and Max rows of New York releasing a statement emphasizing the major impact minor league teams have on their communities and then eliminating them is not a solution when Major League Baseball made the proposal last year they said the teams in question had substandard facilities and that eliminating these forty two teams would allow for better pay and travel accommodations for the other players a claim that has been disputed by the organization that runs minor league baseball John stillness Washington it's nine till Robert workman has sports Tuesday in the NBA the books bush whacked the wizards one fifty one one thirty one Chris Middleton poured in fifty one points picking up the slack for the injury also that Okubo sitting with right shoulder injury Milwaukee sort a franchise record eighty eight points in the first half the not one nine in a row and have the best record in the is a C. ation of forty one and six Bradley Beal have forty seven for Washington sixty seven within that rep George rip the hawks won thirty to one fourteen twenty four piece for Serge Ibaka and Pascal Siachen dramas one eight straight seventy Sixers what the warriors one fifty one for Joe well and be playing his first game in three weeks after hand injury down the number twenty four Jersey and scored twenty four points honoring Kobe Bryant after the game he said he watched as a teenager in Africa and the twenty ten NBA finals inspired him to give up volleyball and switch over to basketball work out Celtics you're the one on one a one Gordon Hayward scored twenty nine one Israeli from down thirteen tune up the next ninety seven ninety two Terry Rozier at thirty points Charlotte snaps in eight games live sun sports the Mavericks one thirty three one oh four taking control of the third quarter as Phoenix house were Dallas forty eight twenty two Devin Booker twenty of his game high thirty two points in that buried under eight net thirty one Grizzlies got by the nuggets one of four ninety six and the pelicans fell to the Cavaliers one twenty five one eleven the Lakers clippers game was postponed the Lakers got together for a light practice on a luncheon first time together since the bad news on Sunday and it turned into a story telling session players executives team owners staff all sharing their favorite Kobe Bryant stores in the college ranks number five Florida state upset at Virginia sixty one fifty six items the Seminoles ten game winning streak number a Villanova slam Saint John seventy nine fifty nine a number nine do pasted Pittsburgh seventy nine to sixty seven NHL blues into the flames five four in a shoot out senator Simon the senators five to two scoring three on the third to snap a seven game losing streak tennis at the Australian Open quarterfinals women's side fourth seed Simona Halep blue by twenty eight C. and that code of eight of us only a one on one thing are being able to reserve defeated number thirty Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova five and three so they'll meet in one semi final tomorrow the other number one ash party against American fourteen seed Sofia cannon on the men's side seven feet Alexander's Vera lost the first set to number fifteen stamp of rancor and then blew by him three four into to advance to his first grand slam semifinal will face the winner of Rafael Nadal the top seed and number five Dominic team the other side of the draw number two in defending champion Novak Djokovic against number three Roger Federer will be the fiftieth time they've met NFL the Texans have their new GM bill o'brien gets promoted from just head coach the GM he was doing the duties anyway and in Houston the Astros set them name dusty Baker their manager today that's when six forty eight 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"pentagon" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"pentagon" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The Pentagon is advising members of the armed forces not to use home DNA testing kits like ancestry and twenty three in me in a memo sent out last Friday the department of defense says DNA testing companies have been offering military discounts and other incentives to DOD personnel Yahoo news first reported on the memo Jennifer cousin Frankel writes about bio ethics and genetic testing for science magazine and she's with us now high hi thanks for having me why would the Pentagon make this kind of request what information is at risk here they were a little bit vague in there on their memo that that was released but I noticed two different points that that jumped out at me the first is that these genetic tests can provide health information that is they noted have varying degrees of validity and they're not always accurate so there is a concern that inaccuracies could pose a higher risk to people in the department of defense military personnel Benetton mandated to reveal their medical history to the military exactly for example if if you do one of these tests and you find out that you according to the test have a higher risk of type two diabetes or breast cancer or dementia in the future there may be a requirement that you disclose that information so so that's a concern especially if the test results aren't accurate and the second concern cited in the note is that if this genetic data is accessed by outside parties potentially the governments of other countries that could put people in the military at some risk potentially what do you think the defense department means when in the memo it refers to potential quote unintended security consequences and possible mass surveillance and the ability to track individuals without their authorization this isn't my area of expertise no one could certainly speculate they're probably being cautious about data collected on their troops and this is another large set of data potentially and it still has a lot of unknowns so we're still learning a lot about the DNA that's being co collected you know what these different variants mean for different diseases whether the raise risk of different diseases that they haven't been linked to yet you're dealing with all of these uncertainties once the data is collected it's collected and there's you know we can't on collected so I think there may be worries about where is this going to go one year two years five years from now I think another concern is around de identified DNA data there's a lot of effort to strip away the personal identifiers from data and then and then study it in different ways or access it in different ways and there have been some discoveries that that it's often very difficult to truly de identified data and of course department of defense may have other ideas that that they're choosing not to share but they obviously feel that there is is some potential risk here and they're trying to steer clear of it we reached out to a couple of the larger companies operating the space ancestries sent us a statement saying they do not target military personnel with discounts Furthermore protecting our customers privacy is our highest priority twenty three in me sent us a statement which says in part our customer should be assured we take the utmost efforts to protect their privacy and that the results we provide are highly accurate do you have thoughts about what these companies are saying here I would say they're definitely examples of inaccuracies and some of them and the companies you know to some degree are up front in their testing reports that there can be inaccuracies depending on on what we're talking about here and part of that is because this is an ever evolving field you know what we understand about a gene today is not necessarily what we understand about it a year from now that's one issue and and and other issues there can be disagreements about you know what the strip of DNA is telling us and also these companies are they're regulated in a different way than than many labs that offer information back to patients so yes I think there have been examples of of inaccuracies out they're not necessarily from those two specific companies that that you're quoting but from some of these direct to consumer companies in general Jennifer cousin Frankel writes about bioethics and genetic testing for science magazine thanks for speaking with us today thank you for having me Boeing ousted its CEO yesterday and today its suppliers are closely watching problems with the suspended seven thirty seven Max program nowhere is that more evident than at Boeing's largest suppliers spirit aerosystems in Wichita Kansas from member station K. M. you W. in which at hot ninety info reports which calls itself the air capital of the world it's the birthplace of beech craft Cessna and Lear jet manufacturing as a whole makes up almost twenty percent of the area's work force and more than half of that is an aviation Wichita State University economist Jeremy hill says it's a big concentration we have a lot more eggs in one sector of the economy of all the aviation companies in which a top spirit is by far the largest it makes about seventy percent of the seven thirty seven from the body of the plane to its engine casing and.

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