25 Burst results for "Philip Bump"
The Epoch Times Reports Jan. 6 Defendants Were Sprayed With Unknown Substance
"The epic times which is actually a very good paper by the way Very good to say Multiple January 6 defendants were taken out of their cells on stretchers at the district at Columbia Joe November 11 according to a court filing They sprayed something on them And I'm wondering if Philip bump is going to get down there and find out what the hell happened get off his fat ass from The Washington Post over there and just check it out He defends anything that's done to these people and everything that's done to these people He defends it But no he's not going to He's not going to Because he believes in it This is exactly what I've been talking about When I come to the meeting and not just the mean of course the Marxist left they could care
The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions
"You also broke the story about the conditions in the D.C. corrections facility I had you on We talked about it We were mocked by The Washington Post's Philip bump who has never been to the facility to check out what took place whenever federal judge Royce Lambert who sent the U.S. Marshals in there at a surprise inspection and basically the judge said the conditions are disgusting They're unacceptable That detainees may have civil rights issues And I notice The Washington Post didn't pick up on that either Julie did you notice that Yes another thing that seems to be missing in this huge puzzle as they marked us and certainly is covered with more heated incendiary rhetoric every January 6th case in defendant they don't seem to be interested not only in the conditions that they found for the January 6th the political prisoner but also just the general conditions of that D.C. jail that so bad they're actually moving out 400 inmates and I'm also hearing word marks that they are going to be moving out a lot of the January 6th defendants as well It's just an abusive disgusting drug ridden hellhole for everyone who's there but it's important to note that the January 6th defendants have not been convicted of any crime yet They are simply there under pretrial detention orders dictated by D.C. district court judges who are as bad as federal
The Media Today Support Totalitarian and Marxist Movements
"I right here people in a culture or society and decline, which ceases to be a unifying and civil society. And with a just social order unravels. Are highly susceptible to believing and following dangerous fictions, even if they lied to their own demise. Now those who contribute to this, if not overwhelmingly contribute to it are the media today. Are the media today. The media today support totalitarian And Marxist movements. They celebrate them. You can see this. Stephen Colbert with Schumer. You can see. And this this is this is what you see before you know, an aggressive form of totalitarianism. And so what we have here propaganda organizations. And Philip Bump is one of them. Washington Post is one of them. And so they cleverly manipulate events to promote causes an agenda. Daniel Borstein wrote about this librarian of the United States Congress as I've talked to you about before Professor of History University of Chicago half a century ago. He said. At first, it may seem strange that the rise of pseudo events and I'm not saying January six with a pseudo event, But insurrection. Yeah, that's a lie. His coincided with the growth of the professional ethic, which obligates newsman to admit editorializing a personal judgments from the news accounts. But now it's in the making. Of these events that newsman find ample scope for their individuality and
Two Federal Judges Concerned How Some Are Charged on Jan. 6 Events
"Even at two federal judges, truly both appointed by Obama, who raised concerns about the way certain people are being charged. They've raised the question like wait a minute. You're charging people for disrupting Congress. When in fact, we've had people disrupt Congress. You hit him with a misdemeanor. You let them go. You're charging these people with felonies if they don't plead to to an offense that you demand And they're starting and they're saying What is that? Based on? You've heard that too, right? I have. So you're referring to Judge Moss and Judge Maeda? Um Judge Moss called the obstruction of official proceeding felony, which this DOJ has slapped on at least 200 cases. To turn Trump supporters and two convicted felons. It's never been used in this way before the judges know it. The government knows it. The defense lawyers certainly know it. And so both of those lawyers have raised concern. Judge Moss said. It has a constitutional staginess problem. There is a motion in the oath Keepers case. Motion to dismiss and judge made A is considering that now and should make a ruling should issue some ruling on that next month. Um, but again, Philip bump. Do you even know what the obstruction of an official proceeding charge is its origination, which was a post and run law. That was supposed to stop and the interference and congressional investigations, not the certification of the Electoral College. So you know, these are the things that Mr Bump does not stay awake at
Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud
"Great. You know, when people do their little hit jobs, they don't understand. I hit back twice as hard. We have this guy Phil bump. National correspondent Washington Compost You spent a lot of time interviewing individuals in the jail from January 6th interviewing their lawyers going through the charging documents to the your knowledge. Has this Communist for the Washington Post filled bomb ever been to the jail? No. In fact, I doubt that he knows that the deplorable jail even exist. There is no indication in his column that he realizes that three dozen January 6th capital protesters are sitting in that jail has been in that jail since February. And that there are dozens of all for other jails across the country being denied bail simply because of their involvement in January six He doesn't mention that in his article. Why do you think that is Because he's a fraud. That's right. Let's go on, he says. Here, um Host Mark Living is focused on the issue repeatedly in June, he told his audience that we're hearing That there in some of the worst jails. Some are being put in solitary environment where they only have an hour where they can go outside of that. That they're being fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, where they be treated actually better. Is there something I said there that's inaccurate. No. And, um it's too bad that Philip Bump didn't listen to the oath Keepers status hearing that I did today, where there are three keepers. None charged with violent crime. No weapons charge. No assaulting police officers, No direct
The Washington Post's Philip Bump Is Obsessed With Mark Levin
"If you would Philip Bump the national correspondent for the Washington compost. Philip Bump is very obsessed with Fox. He doesn't like Peter Doocy is very obsessed with talk with your the national correspondent. There's so many things you can write about, but Philip Bump is a true believer. Now I once saw a picture of this guy, Mr Producer. His head is as big As an oversized pumpkin. Sort of a fat ass with a big hit. May I say that? I think I will. And he has this piece today. The Where is some pro capital riot activism isn't a rally. It's in right wing media. So of course he's attacking Fox. He's attacking yours truly. He cherry picks what I say. Because he can't help it. He's a stupid obsessed four. Host Mark Levin is focused on the issue repeatedly meaning what's happening. To, I guess Now it's about 600 people who've been picked up in June. He told his audience that we're hearing that they're in some of the worst jails and some are being put in solitary confinement. But they only have an hour where they can go outside. If that that they're being Fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. Would they be treated actually better. He added that the events that day were not an insurrection. So this is what infuriates them. We must destroy people
"philip bump" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Here we are paving the way point of the spear. Whatever you want to call it. Our show on Fox last Sunday will run again on Fox either Saturday or Sunday. I'm trying to get confirmation of which day And those of you who didn't watch that I would strongly encourage you to watch it. Those of you who did you might want to watch it again. Because it has triggered all this interest now in this subject, where the Corona virus came from. That's not to say some people weren't raising it. Some people weren't concerned about it. But it was the most thorough going discussion. Somebody who had expertly investigated it for a full year. On television. That's the nature of a long form interview program. The gentleman that I interviewed. It's not a right winger, not a left winger, not in any winger. He has a real pedigree. When it comes to science, he woz. The senior editor. With the science pages of The New York Times. And he agreed. It was shocking. How incurious the media where And he stated emphatically. And after a year researching the subject. There's not a single sliver of evidence. At this Corona virus. Woz from animals of any kind. That there was a jump. From that or other animals to human beings, not any evidence whatsoever. And I challenge any media organization at that. Push that propaganda, which is all of them. I challenge any of them to present their evidence. Maggie have women at The New York Times. Where's the evidence? Philip Bump at the Washington Post. Where's the evidence? The AP, Reuters. Facebook Twitter. Google. Where's the evidence? There's no evidence whatsoever. And then they say, Well, where's your evidence? And it came from a lab. Well, let's see. Lab actually did a whole lot of research. On making the corona viruses multiple corona virus is lethal to human beings. The lab did not use a Category four. Safety protocol used a Category two next to the lowest the same kind of category that you see in a dentist's office. And, of course, the Wall Street Journal ist Sense reported that Three of the Stanford is working at that lab got sick. Scientists have disappeared. Gee, I wonder why that is. The Communist Chinese won't let anybody Anywhere near the data. That we have something called circumstantial. This is more than circumstantial evidence. I would bet this house That this came from the lab. Cause there's no evidence Then it came from animals to humans. That is propaganda from the Communist Chinese Rick URGENT. Aided by elements of our own government, they call them experts. A cover up. One of the organizations that received the Grand in New York. And which in turn passed through money to the lab in Wuhan. Just so happens the Wuhan lab where this virus broke out. Is creating these viruses. Now This is way too complicated for the New York Times and the Washington Post way too complicated for the conga line of students and frauds. Over there. It's CNN and MSNBC way way over the head of our great news networks and the Today show, Good Morning America and whatever the crap shows called on CBS. Oh, You must be a conspiracy theorist, a denial. This is the modern media today. The Sunday show launched this intense interest that did it been bouncing around here in there. It's the same sort of thing I want to do with the book, American Marxism, and we all pull it together. It's number nine on Amazon right down. Fortunately, And that is to pull the all these pieces together. Disparate pieces, not desperate, disparate pieces. Things are happening a little over here in a little over there, make sense out of them and then target. Activism. I've got a lot to get to today. Also, two guests have had more guests this week's and I've had months and months and months, but We do We need to inflexible here. I want to discuss this 100 by historian, some detail, and then I want to discuss another major story that nobody's discussing. I don't believe We're going to have the person who broke this story in the New York Post on this program. What time Mr had 7 20? And so let me lay the foundation as we say his lawyers or his construction workers. In the New York Post. Another near post Remember, initially broke the story about 100 Bine. And they were censured. My big media and they check In order to protect your Biden. Joe Biden is corrupt. Abiding family is corrupt. They're out there trying to create a craze against Donald Trump, a multi billionaire by God knows how many investments and so forth. Biden is corrupt. Miranda Divine Writing in the near post Hunter Biden Broad Vice President Joe to dinner was shady business partners. Joe Biden lie going. The debates. He lied during the run up to the election. The media lied on his behalf. The media covered up on his behalf even now. He stole the intelligence agencies 90 days to find out what happened that Corona virus. Well, he killed the investigation that was taking place by the prior administration. He killed it in March. Cause he was in full cover up mode on behalf of the communist Chinese. Look, folks. No, I'm not a journalist. But then again, the journalists are journalists. I just have Some level of intelligence and I pulled things together. It's simple like we did back in March, 2017 and I said that The president had.
"philip bump" Discussed on KGO 810
"Joined the conversation at 80 88 10 now Chip Franklin on KGO a 10. Yes, it's a Franklin with you. One of the enduring memories of the last What I don't know. Year, four years. 10 years 20 years. Will be the storming of the capital by these Cuban on people. And most Americans have no idea what the Q stands for, and There a lot of weird things to other. We talked about this the other day that a lot of the people thought that there was a signal on yesterday's inauguration that Trump was still there because there were 17 flags. And of the 17 flags that Q was a 17 letter of the alphabet. And the whole thing was, you know, just Sad beyond that. Philip Bump writes for the Washington Post National correspondent and is nice enough to join us, Phillip you wrote again about Q and, you know, I guess in the aftermath of this What is it about this group that you find you personally find so I don't know, Unnerve ng and you know important for us to understand I had in 2018. I've gone to a trump rally, and that's spoken too much people who were que non appearance. I mean, I mean, I am unanswered question through there a little story here that I met a young woman who is in her early twenties, and she had with her small kid. Knows maybe wanted to go on. I myself had a young son at the time were saying out there in his parking lot and talking, and it was very warm and humid in the summer is being down there. There wasn't really really many clouds in the sky. And she was just going off about this conspiracy about you know, child predators and all the various components McEwan on and the sun is just beating down on their kid. I'm just thinking, you know, like She sold tested A she? You know, she put a one day in the kitchen drawer Q On it. She's so obsessed with this particular thing, and her kid is obviously like this isn't you Don't hold the baby out in the sunlight. That was no ham on anything. And I just You know the incongruity of that combined combined with her deranged arguments about as I was sort of fascinating, So I've been sort of checking in with her every once in a while since on by haven't been able to get in touch with her. But on Facebook, she continues to promote the same sorts of conspiracies I noticed earlier this month achieved Actually been in Washington at the Capitol. You know, at the time, I don't know. She actually went inside, but chip pictures from outside and I was just being able to watch how she progressed down the same path that so many others did. And she hasn't posted recently. And I'm just I have to wonder. You know what? You see One of these people that went so far down this path and believe this Absolute nonsense to me that you can see in her post it just all these like I've been doing my research and I've been looking into this and, you know, just sees these thieves deranged, like a beautiful mind. Ask sort of, you know, pulling things together, which aren't related in any real sense at all. That just gives a sense of fulfillment in purpose, And then it just falls apart because it's based on nothing And I just You know, I mean, it's easy to be like God here, you ridiculous. What are you doing, but the same time? This is a woman that has a kid. It was like, you know, she's trying to live her life. But she's like to get involved is totally deranged view of what's going on the world and I don't know what happens to people like that. I don't know what happens to her kid from this point on and it's just like The entire thing is incredibly depressing. I can talk to people that disagree with me on fundamentals involving policy with the federal state government. Whatever I don't know, like you what to say to people they would have their kid in the sun like that, whether espousing some insane theories, and I wonder if it's possible that this lack of empathy that's whatever that Trump seems to have, whether it's a sociopath, E or what? I wonder if it's that might be a unifying thing for all these people. So another one of the people I spoke with their made a really fascinating.
"philip bump" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"WWL TV reporter. Fan trunk is in Lake Charles. Louisiana. Damage from Delta is now mixing in with the impacts from Laura leaving behind a landscape scarred by storms. I just love Get back in my house That's pretty much it and get back to work. If that Carruthers has lived in Lake Charles for 20 years, her fatigue and frustrations likely represent the thousands of people who have been displaced from this region. Two ties in six weeks is Pretty devastated, pretty overwhelming. President Trump's doctor released a memo Saturday night stating that the president is no longer a transmission risk for Kobe 19. His doctor did not directly say that the president has tested negative for the virus and said that they're basing this off of a molecular test. Yesterday, he addressed hundreds of supporters from the South Lawn of the White House. It was billed as a nonpolitical event. But Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump says holding the event at the White House raises questions we've seen for basically since done from took office that there Largely indifferent to what's called The Hatch Act, which is prohibits the use of official resource is for campaigning without lots of members of the Trump administration decided for having violated the Hatch Act Instructions continually shrug at it. The president has plans for multiple campaign rallies this week. Investigators in Alabama are pleading with the public to come forward with information in the murders of two Seattle men. Cairo radios Miley Katie reports. The bodies of Joshua Carol and Ryan Fraser were found in Alberta Friday. Both men had been shot and left on a county road. They were there to help.
"philip bump" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Rick Fantasize editing the news this afternoon. Jeremy Greater The Supreme Court nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg is meeting with senators for a second day Amy Cockney. Barrett spoke with Lindsey Graham about her upcoming Senate confirmation hearing. Graham said. It'll be challenging but fair and respectful. The Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office says searchers found a Vancouver teen who disappeared after going on a hike with family near Mount ST Helens, Anthony Mann Couso was discovered in a tree the team telling searchers that he lost his footing at the edge of a hilltop and fell down the hill. A presidential debate. Unlike any other we might remember. This is a transaction court is not going to give a little love ended this segment. We're gonna move on to the second segment that was really productive Segment one. Keep yapping that Philip Bump, was watching closely for the Washington Post and spoke with Como's Bill O'Neill. Philip. I've heard words such as Disappointment, Shock Horror discussed frustration from Republicans and Democrats alike were watching. How did we get here? Well, I think fundamentally, we got here because President Trump Sort of prize himself on breaking the norms and the expectations of what people see from the president from a political candidate. Uh, it seems pretty clear that he came into the debate with the strategy of trying to drown out both his opponent Joe Biden and the moderator, and I think that As a strategy that was effective. He was able to drown them out. I'm not sure it actually did him any good. Politically, however, Trump was trump to be sure you'd Biden did seem to take the bait a little bit. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think that Biden over the course of the campaign has to some extent, tried to respond in kind to trump at time. I think that that is, in part, a response to Democrats eager to have someone engaged in a fight with President Trump. I think the former vice president tried to find a balance there. I'm not sure Whether or not it works, but it certainly was the case that between the two of them the criticisms that I've heard and pulling after the fact suggests that Trump came off looking worse in the eyes of yours, there's an almost universal throwing of hands in the air after what happened last night. There are very few undecideds out there, according to the polls. Is there any point in even having these two go at it again? There is a reason to do it, which is fundamentally that this is part of the process. And I think that giving up on the debate that sort of giving up on any semblance of the election as we might expect it and it also just some extent, I think President Trump. You have gotten away with breaking the rules that he himself had agreed to. I'm not sure there was a way to Monterey that debate effectively. I'm not sure there was a way to make it actually really debate about substance policy. But you know, I don't have to do it here. The idea that we should just therefore give up on debate. You know, I think it was instructive in some way, regardless of how difficult it might have been one of Christmases role here. Does he shoulder any blame for any of this? And what can the next moderator do to make this a little better? I think there's some faulty Chris Wallace. I mean, I think he was a little slow to recognize what was happening. And so President Trump was Was able to sort of get away with breaking the rules that he'd agreed to more than he was later in the debate. Is there a way to do this effectively? I don't know. I really don't. I mean, I think that Over time, The president will realize that this was not necessarily a particularly effective strategy that he really he really missed a chance to reshape the race. To some extent, so it's quite possible that he may moderate himself. But you know That's been something that's been dead for five years now and hasn't necessarily manifested. So we'll see. All of that said, Well, what happened last night put more of a spotlight on the vice presidential debate. Where it seems many people are hoping for a much more substantive discussion anyway. Yeah, I think I think it's almost certainly going to be the case that would be a much more normal style debate. Simply by virtue of the fact that both vice president Pence since in there Harris are fairly regular politicians. I think we can start expecting to see a debate of the sort that we're used to seeing. But, you know, vice presidential base are rarely the spotlight that marquee item from a campaign, you know, save some dramatic incident like in 1988. The Democratic vice presidential candidate has had a massive zinger against men who would become vice president. Barring that, you know, it just simply isn't the same level of steaks. So you know, even if it is a more normal debate, people tune in. It just isn't quite the same thing. That's national correspondent Philip Bump read more online in washingtonpost dot com. And that's come was Bill O'Neill Washington Congress Woman wants to know how we can close the so called digital divide. If we have no idea which communities enjoy broadband Internet service in which do not Fifth District Republican Cathy McMorris, Rodgers says the only broadband service map she's ever seen was wildly inaccurate. And Matt showed 100% of Spokane County covered you go 15 20 Miles out the spoken. They have no nothing. They do not have a wireless connection. They have broadband. They have nothing. McMorris Rodgers spoke to the Webcast Washingtonpost lives, saying the pandemic has made it even more urgent to connect the entire country to high speed..
"philip bump" Discussed on WTOP
"Campaign 2020 on w T O P. Patience is a virtue, and you might have to back a lot of it. On Election night, Tuesday, November 3rd tracking how each presidential candidate is faring on the evening of November. 3rd might be exciting, but the outcome could change in the days following November. 3rd Flush this out, we turned to Washingtonpost national correspondent Philip Bump. Move. Name. Primary factor here is always the case that the results we see on election night. Our preliminary right women that takes weeks, usually for states actually confirmed what the actual voters this year we have the complicating factor of the increasing number of people who will be voting by mail. And in most states if your ballot is received by election Day, or even in some cases postmarked by election Day, it could still count towards the result, which means that for days afterward we'll be counting an unusually high number of balance, which could dramatically shift the results in any given state. So does this suggest sort of a roller coaster ride for folks who were watching on election night and putting stock in those returns that they're seeing, waiting to celebrate some victories? Yeah, That's exactly right. So it's a one way to think about it is people who watch stuff closely. Probably you're familiar with the idea of the percent of precincts reporting. If you watch on election night on CNN, or, however, it'll say 30% of precincts reporting. We should sort of look at all of the results as being that sort of preliminary, say 67% of results reporting because one of the things we anticipated there's a partisan difference. That's likely to emerge in terms of who's returning ballots. Democrats are more likely to vote by mail into what we'll probably see it on election night and incomplete total will show Donald Trump doing better in a lot of places than the actual total vote will reveal because more Democratic votes public come in. Through the mail be counted after the fact on election night, and that could shift things away from the president. Speaking of the president, he suggested that voters test the system by trying to vote twice. What else is he saying about the fact that his lead on election night might be flipped by those mail in votes in the days afterwards? I think it's really important to say that this isn't his lead being flipped. He doesn't actually have a lead right until they now say I like to use is if you think about a football game if you after the fact went and said, okay, this team scored nine touchdowns and three field goals, scored six touchdowns and four field goals. It doesn't really convey that conveys the final score, but it doesn't really convey the back and forth over the course of the game, so we tend to create this artificial dynamic out. Okay, who's winning? Who's losing an election night? But these are all votes part of uncounted, So it's not that Donald Trump has a you'll lead, which he's losing. It is that only down from votes have been counted so far in the same way that If you only said one team's touchdowns after that, it's going to look like they're going to be winning the game, So I just I think that's an important clarification. But one thing to keep in mind that in 2018 in Florida We saw something like this happens. Very close race. We saw Dallas being counted after the fact. And President Trump at the time explicitly said, Well, we need to go back to what the results were on Election night, which obviously isn't how this works bounce get counted as long as they're valid.
"philip bump" Discussed on KOMO
"In that viral video had simply been at the scene as someone else was shining a laser pointer. Law enforcement officers in the eyes. He don't. They didn't even claim that he had been part of that. But he, too, was detained and then released. Now we know the federal officers have operated somewhat similarly, anyway in Washington, D C several weeks ago, is there a sense this type of federal presence might come to other cities. Such a Seattle, which itself is bracing for a wave of protest this weekend? Yeah, so this is actually a threat. Made by both President Trump and the department. Phone lines secured its sort of fascinating to watch this evolution where At first we saw in Washington federal officers on the ground who are helping to maintain order as per the White House. Ah, and that was really supposedly focused on protecting monuments federal property in Portland that was ostensibly the same reason that people aren't around to protect the courthouse. But in recent days over the question last week or so, the White House both Trump and White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany have suggested that they're just going to be deployed by crime. In general, it's not necessarily about protecting government, property or monuments. Didn't simply to try and re but violent crime shootings or or demonstrations more probably, And one of the things we saw happen in Washington that got carried over to Portland raises all sorts of other questions. Extent to which he's federal officers are not identifying themselves on the ground. You see that weren't identifying the organizations they were with. We've seen repeatedly there and important that the officers aren't identifying who they are personally, which is something that is standard practice for a long court officials. Actually, that's Philip Bump, read more online at washingtonpost dot com. And that's Como's Bill O'Neill Come on news time. 1 40 Time.
"philip bump" Discussed on WTOP
"To folks you know this time last week people would have expected that maybe Joe Biden would be okay South Carolina I need he did get a little bit of bombs in that but the bouncing out was actually extraordinary part of this actually has to do with Michael Bloomberg's own collapse out shortly before Nevada in the first debate which he participated liberated very poorly and he would had been seen as a potential moderate replacement for Joe Biden after you're buying himself had some troubles once Bloomberg stumbled and buy new suddenly got all the new energy he won big in South Carolina and that propelled them forward into was a really a stunning victory on Tuesday next Tuesday or I should say this coming Tuesday we have another contest tell us where and who do you see you likely faring better if if one will fill over the other yes so we've got a couple six coming up next week probably one of the big ones is Michigan the you know there are a lot of questions about what happens with your mind can see now it certainly is the case that Biden it has seen this big surge but it also means that often is gonna get a lot more scrutiny and Biden has as I just said stumbled in the past so it's a question really for the democratic electorate is this the moment in which Joe Biden is going to have a lot of consolidate around noon after you know we had months and months of people expressing some uncertainty about who is our preference is going to be this is death we went super Tuesday was the first big test of the momentum that we saw in South Carolina and now we have to see if the Biden cancer steam his energy at the front of the pack especially now the Bernie Sanders gonna be targeting himself specifically and what would the Bernie Sanders campaign be thinking right now after last night's surprise results well I am sure they're not particularly happy bite I think the Sanders is in a much better position than he was in twenty sixteen to shape the race is suddenly sort of surprisingly shaping up to look a lot like twenty sixteen in which the African American vote in particular in the south really helped propel Hillary Clinton's success that year the difference this time is that Sanders actually running even with Biden and twenty sixteen had to trying to catch a killer clown for months on end now he's running even as pie and he did well in California on delegates in Texas well and so tennis is better positioned than he was then the question is once it exits the mention if it is if neither of the candidates actually got a majority Biden has a distinct advantage their society the same is really to close a deal before then and I'm not sure they know yet what that path looks like all right so let's thanks so much for your time today you bet thanks that is Philip bump national correspondent for The Washington Post money is next stocks rally today a walk up pizza.
"philip bump" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is is the sheet absolutely because understand anything thankfully Amazon post Washington post reporter Philip bump schools are on how democracy works give a listen to this in case you missed it majority doesn't always rule in this country forty eight senators voted to remove the president from office fifty two voted to quit but the forty eight actually represent twelve million more voters than the senators and decided to keep Donald Trump in the White House so what is it looks a resolution to that is is gerrymandering something that would help improve the situation is how does how does that sort of divide promote consensus in the Senate or even in the house well I mean they're they're the only resolution German it's not doing things of Minnesota we're talking of states right now interment states the only solution is for Democrats to appeal to voters in those states right I mean just unbelievable that she has no they served exactly she doesn't know the difference between gerrymandering which is when you draw the political lines to basically make sure your party gets elected in certain districts every several years who's ever in power in certain states can rule redraw the political districts and if it makes sense for them to include certain neighborhoods that are you know we're gonna vote Republican or Democrat whatever the case may be you draw the districts to include that certain area so you'd be guaranteed ever Republican in this district and you make the opposing districts very small that's what happens that's the consequence of winning elections across the country and even at court cases that have gone a Supreme Court and people say well the gerrymandering is illegal and basically spring courses and no it's not they won the election this is the way the rules are if you want to you want to change the rules go ahead but just because you didn't win the political just because you didn't win election doesn't mean you can decide how the role of the laws or do we have the the districts are drawn so she thinks you can gerrymander Senate elections will sorry they're two senators for every state okay this other founders set up this country and you can't Jerry Mander states can't change the the the voting lines there so she just has no idea what's going on just amazes me the lack of civics knowledge that these anchor people and reporters do nutty nutty stuff seven forty one sixty seven forty two the time right now traffic just around the corner talk radio five sixty KSFO well hello it's Katie green here to talk to you about Pacific private money when you have an important real estate transaction you are going to want to company that is reliable in a source of funding and that is experienced and committed to making sure that the process is painless the people of Pacific private money get how difficult and time consuming the bank financing can be so that's why they are the choice for you when bank financing isn't an option when he retired moving downsizing or starting a business Pacific private money will get you through that process with ease want to purchase a new home without Halle having to sell your current home so you only have to move once well Pacific private monies transitional bridge loan will allow the homeowner to tap into the equity in their current home without having to sell it first they are professionals who have helped hundreds of people just like you in.
McConnell, White House lawyer huddle on impeachment strategy
"Well the stage is set for final house action on the increase the impeachment of president trump Wendy Gillette the house Judiciary Committee has passed two articles of impeachment against president trump now they had to a full house vote likely on Wednesday if president trump is impeached as anticipated the Senate will hold the trial CBS is Paula read reports how will play out is already the subject of debate CBS news has learned that the president's top lawyer and its top legislative aide will continue to meet with Republican senators this week to figure out what exactly that trial should look like they're trying to balance the president's desire for a big show with the GOP leadership theory that when it comes to the president's defense less is more Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will also serve as a juror Washington post national correspondent Philip bump it certainly is the case that it raises questions of how fair commitment I'll be but anyone who question whether or not this is going to be a part of process coming into this probably has a Medical
"philip bump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You on Tuesday but we have another transcript coming out which is very important they asked for and I gladly give it there's never been a president who's been so transparent this is a one shot at the highest level and it's so bad for our country there there's word that acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is asking a federal judge for guidance after defying a house subpoena Washington post national correspondent Philip bump has more on what building he might know and whether he'll testify he's gonna minutes in case and he actually the post reported this morning he's joined that lawsuits so he's gonna wait and see what the courts say he has to do as well he was very much implicated the test when it was released yesterday as having sort of directed Wharton psalm one B. E. one **** take a lot of these actions I'd be very interested if he is forced actually come past five whether he is very open about what he knows and we already admitted that there was a quid pro quo last month essentially yeah or if he does this I don't know I don't remember which is what's wrong with it begin challenger to president trump hearing on night side with Dave and ray last night former Massachusetts governor bill weld speaking with Dan well says the country is at a watershed period in its history and believes the trump administration poses a threat to its democratic institutions of government should be as small as possible and individual liberty should be as as a broad and wide as possible is as I said in one sentence to the Republican National Convention in nineteen ninety two I want the government out of your pocket book and I have your bedroom and that still stands well sees himself a fiscal conservative I think that someone who's not at all an economic conservative has even less of a claim to being the quote real Republican and there were of the you know the president is not that we have trillion dollar year deficits don Huff WBZ Boston's news radio well this morning's cold temperatures catching some folks in a dilemma there furnaces wooden fire up last night Brian Williams of one twenty eight plumbing heating and cooling in Wakefield offering some advice.
"philip bump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It to you on Tuesday but we have another thread script coming out which is very important they asked for and I gladly give it there's never been a president who's been so transparent this is a one shot at the highest level and it's so bad for our country there there's word that another of the president's top advisers is asking a federal judge for guidance after defying a house sabino acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney was a no show yesterday despite a subpoena to testify as part of the impeachment proceedings he has filed a motion to join a federal lawsuit challenging the subpoenas Washington post national correspondent Philip bump is joined that bold lawsuits so he's going to wait and see what the courts say he has to do as well he was very much implicated in attacks when it was released yesterday as having sort of directed Wharton psalm one B. E. one **** take a lot of these actions I'd be very interested if he is forced actually come past five whether he is very open about what he knows and he already admitted that there was a quid pro quo last month essentially or if he does this I don't know I don't remember which is what's on with that CBS correspondent we Jiang president trump says the only thing that matters is the summary of his call with Ukraine's leader and now he is can littering releasing a transcript of their first call the first public impeachment hearings are scheduled for next week CBS news update I wanted to live former Massachusetts governor bill weld running against president trump for the Republican presidential nomination appearing last night on the late side with Dan ray well says the country is at a watershed period in its history and believes the trump administration poses a threat to its democratic institutions the government should be as small as possible and individual liberty should be as as a broad and wide as possible is as I said in one sentence to the Republican National Convention in nineteen ninety two I want the government out of your pocket book and out of your bedroom and that still stands well sees himself a fiscal conservative I think that someone who's not at all an economic conservative has even less of a claim to being the quote real Republican and there were of the you know the president is not that we have trillion dollar year deficits don Huff WBZ Boston's newsradio cold temperatures this morning company catching some folks.
"philip bump" Discussed on KGO 810
"And the discussion and gives us a great example in the New York Times said that they don't want their writers to appear on these shows were opinions or strong right? Which I mean so Anderson Cooper ways, you know, sin Cooper, I is a weird kind of person because he reports he goes out there like you know, New Orleans or wherever there's a catastrophe happening and he reports on it. But then he does this program, and then he does panel if you see more than one person on your screen, you are hearing opinion. Okay. Yesterday. We thank you, and I interviewed Scott Pelley. And he told the story about President Trump when he asked him the question about. Don't you worry that your rhetoric? Right. If somebody killed and Trump said, I don't think about those things right. All right. So that is a fact, he said that to Scott Pelley. But Scott Pelley, telling us that, that is a fact exactly what Trump said. But the way that he related to a show Scott's opinion, which look there is no opinion, here that Donald Trump is a threat to civil liberties and to greater things in this country. There's that's not if you know, is you're not an opinion, I think that it could be an opinion because I think that disagree with the impact. You think President Trump is having our democracy. You are saying he is going to destroy this country with all of the things he's doing another people. It'd be like, well, he's kind of doing what he said he ran on which is trying to quote unquote protect the border, and, you know, the economy's still doing great. So I don't think he's just this catastrophic that you're talking about, where the opinion line all of, again, I could level of capacity point by point by point to things. You just said, you know, the, the everything that he's promised he would. Do has failed the, you know, that we have more people coming across the border, they never right? Well, that's true. But that little bit like Philip bump was saying it's because of his rhetoric of saying he wants to close down the border that people are like, no, let's hurry across the board. But they believe he's gonna do. It doesn't know that for sure. He just that's a guess. That's we don't know, for sure the president will in our democracy. There's nothing wrong with opinions. If from smart, honest people. Well, there's an opinion about whether or not someone is smart or honest. That's my point. It's all opinion. And people flee from opinions like Sean Hannity, does not, he's a troll. He does not have opinions. Oh, and he's uneducated. Exactly everything he does. What is it? Jockey's my new one. That's better. Squat jockey. Yeah. Hi, glen. Hi. You're on with chip in Nikki on. K. G O. You have thirty seconds. Okay. Look, I agree with you. That Trump is dangerous. But that's my opinion. I have very close relatives who voted for him. Who don't think he's dangerous Damian I but here's the deal again. Would you say he's dangerous? Rabies CD reasons. It is your opinion. I'm gonna let you get the last word on that just because I'm out of time. But we'll talk about that on the flip side of here. Is it really my opinion or is he dangerous and you look at those things anyway, what is dangerous? It will happen in Virginia features.
"philip bump" Discussed on KTOK
"Conference. You heard me world. Newsday conference in Toronto will be thrilled to have the host of CNN's unreliable sources Brian Stelter on hand to help explain why fact-based journalism matters. Fact-based journalism. I just read you at Philip bump in the road and say. And these are among the journalists who claim that the investigation was right on the Mark. And you see how Mr. bump had to lie and deceive. In order to make his point. Which we unraveled and undressed right here. This is the nature of the media today. They they actually I believe delude themselves delude themselves as true believers. Pushing their agenda pushing their ideology pushing the case for the democrat party, they want Trump impeach Philip bump once Trump and peach regardless of what he says. Regardless of what he says. Maybe I'll add an addendum to this book down the road on Philip bump and his ilk. But the truth is, ladies and gentlemen. I don't have to he's covered in this book not by name, but there are others, and they're all alike pretty much. You can't tell Philip bump from Brian Stelter from Jake tapper, they're all alike. Has.
"philip bump" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We were just explaining what a fool Philip bump is over the Washington compost. And he doesn't even realize full. And why is it car spun at doing analysis? But that's what they always do. Kevin Brock last week writing in the hill. I don't think he's a conspiracy right wing. Not former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI. I think he knows a little bit more than Philip bump, by the way, by the way, you see a photo of this guy. Rich. Like he was hit by a bus. Let's continue attorney general William bar use the S word in front of congress the world last week. And organized fainting spells commenced, I believe the government spied on the Trump campaign said Mr. bar in a town where semantic director says simply not practice among the political Pharisees and their pilot fish in the media, Mr. bump who seek to preserve a certain order by off who skating truant tent. His use of the word spy was as blunt as his every man face it stinging connotation was validated in direct proportion to the contrived. Outrage of opposition excuse may have opposition politicians in cable, news mannequins flopping to the ground and clutching their knees. Like European soccer players. Few weeks ago? Disgraced former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe stated he believed. President Trump is an agent of the Russian government. I spy his assertion was met with somber nodding and little if any pushback, Mr. bump. He made this incredible statement without according to bar summary. The Muller purport possessing any evidence that it was true. Mr. bump, he was however, the middle of a book tour and raising cash on a go fund me website, Mr. bump. According to let's see him. He was in desperate need of money since the president cut short some of his retirement benefits. Does anguish can be seen as derives around his drives around Tony neighborhood in his luxury car. Thank you for your contributions to this destitute and victimized man caves, fellow traveller in the empty collusion investigation. They cooked up and ran fired. Former FBI director James Comey was quick to seize another opportunity tomorrow allies to a camera the day after AG bar used the S word. I don't know what the heck he's talking about. That's all I can say apparently was not all Komi could say since he added when I hear that kind of language used that's concerning because the FBI and the department of Justice cannot conduct court ordered electric surveillance and having quite a bit to say kept talking. I've never thought of that is spine. I hope you listening. Mr. bump, I'm not doing this for my health. The audience knows this already you're the low I q dummy Comey was anxious to echo the narrative advanced by those and opposition to the president. That quote, ordered electric surveillance is somehow different or less distasteful than the untidy. Marley fluid concept of spine. He can seek to take shelter in these softer surveillance word, but here's what he McCabe unleashed on an American citizen involved on the outskirts of presidential campaign a foreign intelligence surveillance act. Pfizer court ordered electronic surveillance allows the FBI leeway to intercept more than telephone. And computer communications it allows the clandestine microphone and camera. Capture the target at all times, and in all places, even the most intimate of his daily life. It is more intrusive than even a title three criminal wiretap of a drug dealer or mob, boss. Sorta way Komi was right. Feis a court ordered electric surveillances different than spine. It is the Pitta me a government power over an individual's primacy is the nuclear option to the world of intelligence collection. And it is indeed used appropriate appropriately against far nationals actively spying on US interests. And yes, even your citizens who all security clearances and possessed national security information and demonstrated willingness to turn over such information to another country. However, a FIFA order until now has never been used by an FBI director and deputy director to intercept an individual would know clearances and no obvious access the sensitive information, but who happens to be involved in a presidential campaign. How do you explain that Mr. bump of the Washington compost and wanted you skip all that in your piece, why did you ignore all that? Or did you not know about just more bluster and burp up? One would think then that Komi McCabe would have made darn sure that the reasons provided to the Feis, according to intercept Trump campaign advisor Carter page will be incredibly compelling and built on a foundation of facts. And remember with Byron York row. It's not just information going forward. They go back, and they go back many years looking for dirt, Mr. bump. He sort of the Walter Durante of the collusion. Phony issue. Instead by their own admission. They relied mostly on a Russian influence, though, CA the source and funding of which they did not fully disclose to the court a dose the Komi himself described as salacious and unverified. And yet he still signed off on several renewal of the intrusive interception of page incredibly on the day was fired Comey maintained that he stood enough. There was anything to the collusion investigation. He initiated between the Trump campaign and Russia. The silly semantical jousting over spine versus surveillance is a distraction the real concern among the collusion ESTES is at AG bar has launched his own review into the Arjun of commes and mccabe's investigation of the Trump campaign. Let me ask you something Mr. bump of the Washington compost when the the FBI forget investigating the Trump campaign. The you know. Was it the week before the election? Of course, not one was it. It was well before the election. Mr. bump doesn't put that in his analysis. Either. Such a review could lead to some extremely uncomfortable days for those who favored leveraging the powerful authorities a government for the benefit of one political party over another, Mr. producer. I want you to hold on to this to this analysis by Philip bump, okay? I want you to hold onto the analysis. He also plays his little trick. Which is what propagandists do. March twenty seventeenth was a very important period of time. But I not Philip bump put together what the New York Times had said what the Washington Post had said what the Associated Press. It said what McClatchy had said not me. Not me, but he lives in his little bubble. Ladies and gentlemen, lives in New York City, all of his buddies are left. This democrat all the mock you and mocked the president. Just like his newsroom at the Washington compost. They're all the same pretty much. There's real no diversity of thought. They missed the election. And now they intend to do damage. Mr. bump road is peace and the Mr. bumble eat it. In addition to what I've said tonight, we're going to keep an eye on what he said and notice he has no interest whatsoever. As a car sponsored of digging into what actually happened to the Trump campaign. He basically goes on the the democrat websites comes up with their idiocy and regurgitates. All these facts that you chose not to put in there. Mr bump. Why is that? I'm not a news. Reporter you're supposed to be a news reporter, and then you do analysis. This is your mindset you have revealed yourself. And you're not the only one. Kevin Brock former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI wasn't FBI special agent for twenty years. Make that twenty four years in principal deputy director of the national counterterrorism center. Those a little bit more than Mr. bump. I wanted to point this out because it's very very important. Mr. Trump is about propaganda. He ends. Broadly, though, Trump seems to be saying that the fact that he was investigated in oak criminal charges were brought means the investigation itself was unwarranted or legal. He has said more than that pow long before the report came out. He said it was unwarranted in a legal. And it was unwarranted and a legal and is somebody who served as chief of staff to an attorney general I can assure you that if the FBI was investigating the opposition campaign to Ronald Reagan. Let's say the Mondale campaign and doing the sorts of things that this FBI did at the senior levels. To President Trump. You'd have a very different take on this. Wouldn't you Mr. bump, if you're honest, and you're not just the point of an investigation is determine whether legal violations occurred. That's not correct. Why do you lie again, the special counsels appointment under the regulation? Way quired some. Legal some criminal basis, and he had none. How does this guy? Hold a job over there at the Washington compost, easy. He's one of many propagandists. Many. They're usually kept under wraps. He says in part to avoid impugning people who might be innocent. But it's not illegal to try to determine whether someone broke the law. Yes, it is. You don't get just try to determine if somebody broke the law get that some predicate. Some predator. This guy's Washington Post car spun he doesn't know as you know, what from you-know-what. You sir are the liar and the fool and the buffoon. You are everything that you call the president of the United States, but you pretend to be news correspondent. And that's the problem with the media today. I'll be right back..
"philip bump" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Perfect. There's a big time Washington compost reported by the name of Philip bump, the U N P. And he's been stalking. The president's Twitter. And if you go to the president's Twitter site, you'll see that he has posted numerous clips of my show from Saturday. Excuse me, Sunday on life, liberty and LeVine. And Philip is very upset about this at the Washington compost. And let me read you what he says. And let me respond just so you understand how the unfree press works. This guy is a propagandist. He's a leftist anyone's Trump out. He writes, and this is fresh off the press, President Trump seizes on political slogans with a casual ease of a college, bro. Trying on shirts before hitting a nightclub on the jersey shore. Now, this is called political analysis. So this guy goes between being a reporter and doing analysis is exactly one of the main points in my book. He's a fraud. He's not a journalist. But let's go on. He tries them on sees how they work and leaves a number of them any pile on the floor. Now, this is this man's own sickly projection onto the president for every make America. Great again. Throw a half dozen Bill the wall and crime will fall cluttering up the White House residence. Since the release of special counsel Robert de smell of the thirds redacted report on Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. Trump has developed a refined version of a sales pitch. He's been making for several years. Now when you read this stuff, you see the expose themselves. But they're too arrogant to even know it actually too stupid. The actually it was the Democrats not Trump who did some crimes. And how do you impeach Trump? When there were no Trump crimes see said Monday. And how do you impeach him for crimes done by Democrats as you phrased it over the weekend? We will set aside. Who is we who? Are we bump you? We will set aside. The fact that anyone can essentially be impeached for anything. Sir. You have no comprehension of what the impeachment clauses about. You've read. Nothing you understand nothing. You're just burping up. What you think which is the problem with the media today? We will set aside. The fact that anyone can essentially be impeached for anything that the high crimes misdemeanors rhetoric in the constitution. Listen to this guy meets essentially, whatever a majority of the house says, it means no it doesn't now you're quoting Gerald Ford. And you don't even give him credit. Why don't you read on this subject? Mr. bump before you burp up your propaganda. Let's go on it could include the sorts of almost crimes that most report hinted at in various places, this is my point the media are pushing for impeachment. Appealing to the cool-minded rationality of members of the house to avoid being peach seems like a risky bet. But that was Trump's sales pitch and brief. But again, we're setting that aside. Let's instead consider the other side of that argument. What exactly are the crimes that the Democrats committed? This is a surprisingly difficult question to answer. It has the feel of something approximating a political argument, but any assessment of it is has serious argument falls apart quickly it hinges significantly on a robust understanding of the parallel line of argument that is run through conservative media over the past two years in which phrases such as insurance policy are loaded insurance policy might remember that stroke are loaded with a weight that allows whole swaths of sketchy argumentation to be summarized quickly move past. But picking the argument apart reveals how sketchy this. Consider this depiction of the real crimes as articulate by conservative commentator. Mark Levin over the weekend a video of Levin making this case was tweeted by the president Monday. And for a time pinned to the top of Trump's Twitter page ensuring visitors would see it. Quote. There are things that have been done in the last three years to candidate Trump President-elect Trump and President Trump. They could not occur in the United should not occur in the United States of America. Levin said senior levels of the FBI these individuals should be charged. They're the ones who interfered in our election, even more effectively than the Russians. What's more Levin said they're still at it? Now. Let's stop right there. Mr. producer are individuals at the senior level FBI being investigated. Yes, they are. Almost all of them have resigned under a cloud. They're being investigated. And during the course of investors, they have lied. They have lied. And I would suggest Mr. bump if you're really looking for obstruction. Maybe that's where you ought to look. But I'm not done. He goes on they planted a spy. That's right. A spy well who Stephan Harper? Stephon helper. Who's that? What did he come from in the Trump administration? He continued. They lied to federal courts not once but four times the Pfizer court in order to get a counterintelligence warrants, and they got it. And who were they spying on page was a back door effort to go after the Trump campaign. You're the Hillary campaign the Obama administration trying to take out the Republican candidate for president of the United States because of the preposterous ideal events said that Trump was conspiring with the Russian President Vladimir Putin. In some circles, this has accepted almost as a baseline of reality about how the Russia investigation came to be right bump, but it makes little sense just as Levine's claim in March twenty nineteen that Trump had been wiretapped indirectly sparing it infamous. Hey, clown. The New York Times said that why are you lying because you can't help it? I'm doing an analysis. Well, shove your analysis you clown high got that from the New York Times that was their headline wiretap. But it makes little sense just as Levinsky claim in March twenty seventeen that Trump had been wiretapped indirectly spurring an infamous Trump tweet and a forceful denial from the government was similarly week. But it was true. But it was true. So let's pick it a party says Levin says that senior FBI officials should face criminal charges for having interfered in our election. There's no question that a senior F B I official did affect the election, then FBI director James Comey whose last minute statement about the lesson where he's coming from about the investigation a Hillary Clinton's Email server shifted the focus of the final days of the twenty sixteen campaign. But there's also no question that the quiet investigation into possible coordination be Trump's campaign and Russia didn't attract much attention before election day, despite the fact that if those senior officials, let's stop there. What does that have to do anything? What does that have to do anything whether it caught the attention or not? They sought to destroy Trump in his campaign. That's what they sought the do. Whether it got the attention of the media, they Washington compost or not. Let's see where we, but there's also no question that the quiet investigation at a possible coordination be Trump's campaign and Russia actually there was no coordination. Why don't you say that he still saying the possible coordination? There was no coordination. Didn't attract much attention before election day. But it did it attracted a lot of attention by the Obama administration because they manufactured it. Despite the fact that if those senior officials Lavigne disparage us as one or two they could have released a slew of information about sketchy context between Trump's campaign and Russia. They're already under investigation before the election occurred. They did they did. They did. They played it a spine the Trump administration Levin claims presumably, meaning the Trump campaign since the administration, necessarily followed the election. It's also not true that there was a spy placed in the administration as we've noted before. There were specific individuals such as foreign policy advisers Carter page referred to by Levin, and George popadopoulos who came under FBI scrutiny because of their links to Russia, including according to reports without reach by confidential import informant hold on now. Popadopoulos was set up. And he has said, so what isn't bump. Listen to him. Why isn't bump curious about that? Moreover, the articles that I read over two years ago suggests that there were attempts at Feis applications all the way going back to the summer during the course of the election. Bumped doesn't mention that either. There's no evidence. He says that the F B I targeted the campaign that self which would have been one pretty direct way to spy on the campaign. But are you talking about you idiot? What in the world? Are you talking about me? Maybe you didn't hear from McKay. During his sixty minutes interview. Maybe you haven't been listening to Brennan. Maybe I've been listening to Clapper. As for those four lies to the foreign intelligence. Surveillance court. That's the conservative shorthand for the white warrants to survey page which were predicated to some extent dossier reports compiled by British sex Intel officer, Christopher Steele that dossier and the page warrants are central to the line of argument that Trump was targeted unfairly because the dose was work completed with funding from a law firm that worked for Clinton's campaign and the Democratic Party the warrant and three subsequent renewals mentioned, by the way. We know this. No, thanks to Mr. bump in the Washington compost. We know this. No, thanks to the New York slimes are CNN or MSNBC. Do we missed a bump? No, thanks to any of you in part. It's thanks to me. And in full. It's thanks to Devin Nunes in the boys, but not you at the Washington compost. The warrant and three subsequent renew mentioned that the dossier was probably part of an effort to find information that could be used to discredit Trump's campaign. But not specifically that it was funded by the Democrats what? Therefore per Levin a lie, and therefore apparently a crime aimed at keeping Trump from being elected. I'm telling you. This is the mentality. This is the mentality. Lavigne doesn't mention that the page warrants were first obtained after he left the campaign that page was already in the FBI's radar as a count counterintelligence target or the page traveled to Russia in July twenty sixteen and held meetings there and bump doesn't tell you that despite four four one one three extensions for actions by the Pfizer court, Mr. page has been charged with nothing bumped doesn't tell you that. Why doesn't he tell you that? Lavigne breezes past that because it's all taken as an article of faith in his circles that the page Faisal warrants was a Mark of bias by the FBI listen to this clown. He is a reporter for the Washington Post. A key originator of this charges. Representative Devin Nunes who's staff last year wrote a four page memo eventually released by Trump to make the case of Faisal warrant biased public again. This was not a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign. Hey, dummy, you must not understand how the surveillance works. There was a great piece, and I read it too many to to those of you listened last week. And see if we can find this Mr. producer again by former assistant.
"philip bump" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"We were just explaining what a fool Philip bump is over the Washington compost. And he doesn't even realize full. And why is it car spun at doing analysis? But that's what they always do. Kevin Brock last week writing in the hill. I don't think he's a conspiracy right wing nut. Former assistant director of intelligence for the F B. I think he knows a little bit more than Philip bump, by the way, poet, you see a photo of this guy. Rich. He was hit by a bus. Let's continue attorney general William bar use the S word in front of congress the world last week. And organized fainting spells commenced, I believe the government spied on the Trump campaign said Mr. bar and a town where semantic director of simply not practice among the political Pharisees and their pilot fish in the media, Mr. bump who seek the preserve a certain order by auto skating. True intent his use of the word spy was as blunt as as every man face. It's stinging connotation was validated in direct proportion to the contrived. Outrage of opposition because Maeve opposition politicians and cable news mannequins flopping to the ground and clutching their knees. Like European soccer players. Few weeks ago? Disgraced former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe stated he believed President Trump was an agent of the Russian government. I spy his assertion was met with somber nodding and little if any pushback, Mr. bump. He made this incredible statement without according to bar summary. The Muller purport possessing any evidence that it was true. Mr. bump, he was however the middle of a bookstore and raising cash on a gofundme website, Mr. bump. According to let's see him. He was in desperate need of money since the president cut short some of his retirement benefits. Does anguish can be seen as derives around. His drives around us Tony neighborhood in his luxury car. Thank you for your contributions to this destitute in victimized man, caves, fellow traveller in the empty collusion investigation. They cooked up and ran fired. Former FBI director James Comey was quick to season other opportunity tomorrow is to camera day after AG bar used the word. I don't know what the heck he's talking about. That's all I can say apparently was not all Komi could say since he added when I hear that kind of language used. It's concerning because the FBI and the department of Justice cannot conduct court ordered electron evaluates and having quite a bit to say kept talking. I've never thought of that a spine. I hope you listening. Mr. bump, I'm not doing this for my health. The audience knows this already you're the low IQ dummy. Comey was anxious to echo the narrative advanced by those and opposition to the president. That court ordered electric savannah is somehow different or less distasteful than the untidy. Marley fluid concept of spying. He can seek to take shelter in the softer surveillance word, but here's what he McCabe unleashed on an American citizen involved on the outskirts of the presidential campaign, a foreign intelligence surveillance act, Faisal court ordered electronic surveillance allows the FBI leeway to intercept more than telephone and computer communications in allows the clandestine microphone and camera. Capture the target at all times, and in all places, even the most intimate of his daily life. It is more intrusive than even a title three criminal wiretap of drug dealer or mob, boss. So in a way Komi was right. Feis? A coated electric savant is different than spine. It is the Pitta me a government power over an individual's privacy is the nuclear option of the world of intelligence collection. And it is indeed used a proper appropriately against far nationals actively spying on US interests. And yes, even your citizens who all security clearances and possession. National security information and demonstrated willingness to turn over such information to another country. However, a Faisal order until now has never been used by FBI director, and deputy director to intercept an individual would know clearances and no obvious access the sensitive information, but who happens to be involved in a presidential campaign. How do you explain that Mr. bump of the Washington compost? And why did you skip all that in your piece? Why did you nor all that? Or did you not know about just more bluster and burp? One would think then that Komi McCabe would have made darn sure that the reasons provided to the Feis accord to intercept Trump campaign advisor Carter page will be incredibly compelling and built on a foundation of facts. And remember what Byron York row, it's not just information going forward. They go back, and they go back many years looking for dirt. Mr. bump, he sort of the Walter Durante of the collusion. Phony issue. Instead by their own admission. They relied mostly on a Russian influence those the source and funding of which they did not fully disclose to the court a dossier. The combing himself described the salacious and unverified. And yet he still signed off on several renewal of the intrusive interception of page incredibly on the day was fired Comey maintained that he stood enough. There was anything to the collusion investigation. He initiated between the Trump campaign and Russia. The silly semantical jousting over spine versus surveillance is a distraction the real concern among the collusion. Est is a bar has launched his own review into the origins of commes and McCabe investigation of the Trump campaign. The me ask you something Mr. bump of the Washington compost when the DFB I begin investigating the Trump campaign. The you know. Was it the week before the election? Of course, not one was it. It was well before the election. Mr. bump doesn't put that in his analysis. Either. Such a review could lead to some extremely uncomfortable days for those who favored leveraging the powerful authorities of government for the benefit of one political party over another, Mr. producer. I want you to hold on to this to this analysis by Philip bump, okay? I want you to hold onto the analysis. He also plays a little trick. Which is what propagandists do. March twenty seventeenth was very important period of time. When I not Philip bump put together what the New York Times had said what the Washington Post had said what the Associated Press set. What McClatchy had said not me. Not me, but he lives in his little bubble. Ladies and gentlemen, lives in New York City, all of his buddies are left, this and Democrats all the mock you and mocked the president. Just like his newsroom at the Washington compost. They're all the same pretty much. There's real no diversity of thought they missed the election. And now they intend to do damage. Mr. bump rotas peace, and Mr. bump lead it. In addition to what I've said tonight, we're going to keep an eye on what he said and notice he has no interest whatsoever. As a car spun it of digging into what actually happened at the Trump campaign. He basically goes on the the democrat websites comes up with their idiocy and regurgitates. All these facts that you chose not to put in there. Mr bump. Why is that? I'm not a news. Reporter you're supposed to be news reporter, and then you do analysis. This is your mindset you have revealed yourself. And you're not the only one. Kevin Brock former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI wasn't FBI special agent for twenty years make that twenty four years and principal deputy director, the national counterterrorism center. Does a little bit more than Mr. bump. I wanted to point this out because it's very very important. Mr. Trump is about propaganda. He ends. Broadly, though, Trump seems to be saying that the fact that he was investigated and no criminal charges were brought means at the investigation itself was unwarranted or legal. He has said more than that pow long before the report came out. He said it was unwarranted in a legal. And it was unwarranted and a legal and is somebody who served as chief of staff to an attorney general I can assure you that if the FBI was investigating the opposition campaign to Ronald Reagan. Let's say the Mondale campaign and doing the sorts of things that this FBI did at the senior levels. To President Trump. You'd have a very different take on this. Wouldn't you Mr. bump, if you're honest, and you're not? Tis the point of an investigation is determine whether legal violations occurred. That's not correct. Why do you lie again, the special counsels appointment under the regulation? We quired some. Legal some criminal basis, and he had none. Have a hell is this guy? Hold a job over there at the Washington compost, easy. He's one of many propagandists. Many. They're usually kept under wraps. He says in part to avoid impugning people who might be innocent. But it's not illegal to try to determine whether someone broke the law. Yes, it is. You don't get just try to determine if somebody broke the law. Get that some predicate. Some predator. This guy's Washington Post correspondent, he doesn't know as you know, what from you-know-what. User are the liar and the fool and the buffoon. You are everything that you call the president of the United States, but you pretend to be news correspondent. And that's the problem with the media today. I'll be right back. Traffic.
"philip bump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Okay. This is not like massive quantities of generosity and the president patting himself on the back for that is very very Trump. But what's amazing is how crazy the left one? So there was this meeting that went around or new Obama presidency that the right was deeply deeply upset when Barack Obama put on tan suit. Well, we don't know if you remember this, but Barack Obama in the middle of his presidency. He put on a suit that was very ugly. It was like an Easter suit was like a tan Easter suit and people were mocking him for it. But mostly just kind of ribbon people on the left were genuinely upset that Donald Trump served hamburgers at the White House from fast food joints. They're very offended by this. He should've while gras. That's what he should have paid for for the Clemson Tigers. So the Washington Post. Fact checked the president of the United States on his statement about burgers. I kid you not there's a full on fact check from the Washington Post done by Philip bump, President Trump's extravagant three thousand three hundred sandwich celebration of Clemson university. And then they fact check what the president actually said about the chart out the table. There's a full on chart of the table showing where what big Macs and chicken nuggets, and so awesome, filet of fish and quarter pounders and chicken sandwiches and burgers, burgers and walkers. I kid you not this is all in the Washington Post. And then they figured out the estimate of how many fries were actually on the table. They figured an estimate of two hundred large fries. And then they this is the best part. They say the grand total. According to our count from spent about twenty nine hundred bucks on feeding the team a sixth of that is the fries of alone, though. So take that with a grain of salt half, the cost incurred at McDonald's alone. And then they got to the actual fact check. So the president said that they? Bought a thousand burgers for Clemson. It was piloted per mile high something that Trump said Philip bump fact, check that he fact checked at two inches each a thousand burgers would not reach one mile high. No bleep Sherlock. You think? That's what we call just an overstatement. That's what we call. You're basically just using normal human language in a normal human way, the president was talking about how he had bought a lot of burgers, and they're like a mile high. But I guess they weren't exactly a mile high as it turns out that when you stack a couple of two inch burgers together. That's not a mile. Thank you Washington Post. It does demonstrate we don't have a lot of real problems in this country. Honestly, if you're focused in on the president's inaccuracy with regard to how tall are the burgers that he bought at the White House stacked up to the other than the media may be missing. The main message the Washington Post also ran a long piece today on their front page without how everybody was very upset that Trump turned the White House into a white castle is by Alison chew when the Clemson football players entered. The White House's opulent state dining room during their visit with President Trump on Monday. They're greeted by many had likely never laid eyes on before in the center of the historic room. That is hosted royalty for dignitaries and celebrities. Along. Mahogany table gleamed under the glow of an enormous golden chandelier a pair of ornate candelabras holding tapered white.
"philip bump" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Nonetheless, made a Mark the Tigers who won the national college football championship after not having to play my alma mater, Ohio State, who cares Philip bump had the traditional meeting with the president enjoying remarks from South Carolina, Senator after retiring from to the state dining room for a meal the meal was made up of fast food from various national chains. I think they'd feel better if it were like south of the border, and what's a burrito and Taco Bell. Because you know, they're not on our side. They're really not. And and and he literally is attacking President Trump for paying out of his own pocket to feed the football team. As Trump re repeatedly makes clear it is indeed a lot of food, but perhaps not a lot of food in the context of hungry college football team. But now, it's the wrong food choice. Look at this in his comments. He claims there are three hundred burgers totaled, which are obviously joined by a number of salads, chicken nuggets and on a separate table under a heat lamp fries and pizzas. They also got cups. The fries were put into White House cups with the presidential seal and everybody gets to take home their cups and keep their cups with the White House seal. It raised was perhaps obvious question. How much did all this cost the president listen to this? This is what they write about. You know, the the unemployment rate for veterans just hit an eighteen point low for African Americans. That's at an all time low for Hispanic says at an all time low and listen to what bump he's writing over here bumpy. This is what these people type on behalf of the party. They're attacking the spread at the state dining room here. Pictures of it. It looks wonderful. And it's a college football team you ever hang out with any college football players. You know, what they want not the? Washington post. I can tell you that much..
2018: Nearly twice as many children killed at schools than in the military
"The weather well here's what's happening for you this evening and it's really not too bad we got some showers in places son kind of breaking through we expect our temperatures tomorrow to get pretty close to seventy degrees after an overnight low that's going to be basically in the low fifties so not too bad just be aware there's still a chance of a few showers but i wouldn't change my plans at all go for it because we're not going to get that much in the way of showers and we still have a good opportunity for some sunshine back to the seventy s next week in the komo weather center i'm steve pool fair skies and sixty three degrees in seattle at five oh six texas governor greg abbott says the alleged gunman in the santa fe high school shooting used his father's shotgun in a thirty eight revolver killing ten people wounding ten others this morning abbott asking the nation to mourn with texas we grieve for the victims who lost their lives at santa fe high school and we pray for the families who are suffering and will continue to suffer in the days to come have it says explosives were found at the school a home and vehicle he's planning roundtable talks across the state on how to prevent future shootings the headline today is piercing the reality is even more horrifying two thousand eighteen has been deadlier for school children than servicemembers philip bump is the reporter behind this story in today's washington post and joins us on the komo newsline and after what happened this morning in texas philip it's just jarring to see these statistics you're pointing out it is jarring i mean i think that interesting for a couple of reasons the first is that obviously the fact that more people have been killed in school shooting then service members serving in the military have died this year is vital seems in congress the second it highlights the fact the twenty team has been unusually deadly air force school shootings both with the shooting today and fourteen nearly twice as many people killed at schools than in the military that's right so the defense puts out news releases from members who died in.