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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:11 min | 14 hrs ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Proud Boys oath keepers Donald Trump Rudy Giuliani and others And so again accountability is crucial but you can't simply Sue or prosecute your way out of this problem And it needs to go hand in hand with the sort of preventative measures many are now talking about for the first time Amy finally you are the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors How does that inform what you do And connect you to what took place in Buffalo this past weekend For much of my life my grandparents story was a far off story And it's now in the last 5 to ten years become a cautionary tale of what happens when violent white supremacy and hate go unchecked And I think it makes it all the more important to understand how everything that's happening in this country right now is part of this broader far right extremist anti democratic movement You can't separate the normalization of white supremacy on the right These horrific attacks from the broader anti democratic movement we're seeing the anti abortion actions the anti LGBTQ+ actions the voter suppression measures all bound up in this white supremacy is an anti black racism as xenophobia and antisemitism and islamophobia and misogyny homophobia and so much more that puts every single one of our communities at risk if we don't fit into this vile narrow vision for what these white supremacists believe this country should be And it's so important that our leadership and that all of us understand how interconnected all of these actions are And that what we're witnessing now is a far right assault not just on our communities as we saw in Buffalo but on the very tenets of our democracy that put so much at risk and that makes it all the more important again not just to hold those responsible accountable to prevent these measures but to truly make sure we are dealing with the underlying structural problems that have gotten us to this horrific moment Amy specic when thank you for being with us executive director of integrity first for America successfully sued white supremacist organizers of the Charlottesville unite the right rally.

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Fresh update on "proud boys oath keepers" discussed on Live Local and Progressive

Live Local and Progressive

00:11 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "proud boys oath keepers" discussed on Live Local and Progressive

"Proud Boys oath keepers Donald Trump Rudy Giuliani and others And so again accountability is crucial but you can't simply Sue or prosecute your way out of this problem And it needs to go hand in hand with the sort of preventative measures many are now talking about for the first time Amy finally you are the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors How does that inform what you do And connect you to what took place in Buffalo this past weekend For much of my life my grandparents story was a far off story And it's now in the last 5 to ten years become a cautionary tale of what happens when violent white supremacy and hate go unchecked And I think it makes it all the more important to understand how everything that's happening in this country right now is part of this broader far right extremist anti democratic movement You can't separate the normalization of white supremacy on the right These horrific attacks from the broader anti democratic movement we're seeing the anti abortion actions the anti LGBTQ+ actions the voter suppression measures all bound up in this white supremacy is an anti black racism as xenophobia and antisemitism and islamophobia and misogyny homophobia and so much more that puts every single one of our communities at risk if we don't fit into this vile narrow vision for what these white supremacists believe this country should be And it's so important that our leadership and that all of us understand how interconnected all of these actions are And that what we're witnessing now is a far right assault not just on our communities as we saw in Buffalo but on the very tenets of our democracy that put so much at risk and that makes it all the more important again not just to hold those responsible accountable to prevent these measures but to truly make sure we are dealing with the underlying structural problems that have gotten us to this horrific moment Amy specic when thank you for being with us executive director of integrity first for America successfully sued white supremacist organizers of the Charlottesville unite the right rally.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:00 min | 3 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WCPT 820

"You today Michael Cohen did issue a stark warning to the country that Donald Trump lost there would be no peaceful transition There's no way he accepted That is a frightening and startling thing for the president's own lawyer to say about him But it seemed far off at that point to a lot of people And people have said from the beginning there's no way he would do that There's no way anybody would do that So that is Congress remember Jamie Raskin And at the end you're shaking the hand of mister Cohen But you didn't quite believe what he was saying is that right Oh actually You know when I looked at some of the footage that Matt's Carter had filmed I was saying there are some other parts of the movie where I think there will be violence all the way up till January 6th And I was sort of amazed that I kept predicting that But what I hadn't predicted was that it would be so overwhelming that we wouldn't be able to stop it I mean the image when tabitha and Hank decided to come with me and of course we were all absolutely devastated on January 6th because we had buried Tommy on January 5th in a COVID-19 funeral where we could only have 20 people there But when they decided to come with me they said well will we be okay because Donald Trump is telling us people to come to Washington And I said of course we'll be all right We'll be inside the capitol And the image I had in my mind Amy was a June the second when Black Lives Matter had a protest at the capitol and there was this huge phalanx of national guardsmen and women holding bayonets and weapons on the steps of the capitol And that was immediately the image that came to mind That was the day after Trump and William Barr had unleashed that paramilitary police riot against protesters in Lafayette square And essentially what I hadn't seen was that we would not be militarily prepared sufficiently to defend the capitol building the House and the Senate and that there would be this band of violent extremists white nationalist Proud Boys oath keepers three percenters militia men There were airy nations there that came to lead the mob and smashed out our windows and began the assault on the police officers And that was the part that was not foreseen I mean like most members of Congress I was walking around with the assurance in my mind that if one person tried to evade the metal detectors and to run into the capitol they would be shot on sight And we were overrun by more than 900 rioters who came in and like Lindsey Graham said that day we all could have died because any one of them could have had a bomb And we're lucky that the Secret Service at Trump's rally were checking people for weapons because that's why most of the extremists left their arms back in the car or back in the hotel remote town because they were going to rally but had they not it could have been a very different situation And there would have been a lot more deaths than there were It was a deadly riot as it was But that riot surrounded an insurrection and that insurrection surrounded of course a coup whose details are surface it now through our investigation And I want to talk about those details But you were separated from your daughter tabitha and from Hank Now your son in law right Because you are on the floor of the House Talk about where you went and your fear for them where they went Well hey by the way was my son in law then he had eloped in a COVID-19 wedding with our daughter Hannah He's very to our older daughter and they have an Elvis Presley wedding out in Nevada but they come in to they wanted to see me speak which was nice and they saw the speeches that I was giving defending the Electoral College count and explaining what our constitutional role was We were not there to pick the president We were simply there to receive the Electoral College votes from the states as they had been cast essentially by the people of the states But after that was over they wanted to go back to Denny's office standing for your head offered his Capitol Hill office And they went back there And so when we were overrun in the siege began I was separated from them and they were with my chief of staff Julie taken They barricaded themselves in the stemi's office They locked the door and then they pushed all the furniture up against the door And tappa and Hank were hiding under a desk for a few hours while people were pounding on the door And they could hear the riot taking place outside And yet you have so many denying what took place even though they themselves were threatened like you were I want to talk about the latest developments and what you think is the most significant revelations to come out of your committee right now Those who have testified those who haven't vice president Pence has not yet testified but Mark short his chief of staff has testified we've learned Not to mention others for example we'll talk about what happened this week You had testimony from a prison Yeah we did Can you talk about this Well as I was saying I view it as taking place in three rings of activity And each one is fascinating and important to understand in its own respect I mean there was a mass demonstration for a wild protest called by Donald Trump That turned into a riot And so that's a very important thing for us to understand how a demonstration became a riot and how a crowd became a mob And the role that social media played in that The realm of the insurrection with the domestic violent extremist groups how they were coordinated and what kinds of contacts they had with the immediate political entourage surrounding Donald Trump But at the very red hot core of it was the realm of the coup And it's a strange word to use in American political party once because we do not have a lot of experience with coups in our own country And we think of a coup as something taking place against a president but this was a coup orchestrated by the president against the vice president and against the Congress.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

08:52 min | 4 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And WBUR I'm Peter rod in Phoenix Man I'm Scott Tong in a snowy Washington D.C. at this hour This is here and now It will be months before the House committee investigating the January 6th riot issues its first report New polls Today Show that Americans of different parties view the event very differently Whose fault it was whether violent action is okay and whether those who stored in the capital were mostly violent or mostly peaceful But then there is data about the writers Political scientist Robert pape has been analyzing the identities of the several hundred people arrested for breaking through the barricades that day He has poured over their court documents And get ready for some surprise findings Paper directs the Chicago project and security and threats at the University of Chicago and professor pay the number of suspects has risen steadily How many have you studied and what are you finding Scott we're now up to nearly 700 So we have been analyzing data a month after month after month as new people have been arrested And the picture remains the same In the thousands and thousands of pages of the court documents there are interviews at the individuals who are giving to the FBI and to others that are reported in the court documents And what you see is over and over and over again they tell you why they're going They're going to support president Trump And they're doing this because they think Trump is the truly legitimate president And Joe Biden isn't illegitimate president So this isn't just simply normal criminal behavior or escalations of street fighting This is clearly collective political violence done by hundreds and hundreds of people for essentially the same political purposes Now as far as the politics many of us might I might assume the participants were linked to far right groups Militias Proud Boys oath keepers What did you find You're exactly right Scott We tend to think and in fact are in past research It shows that right-wing extremists tend to be when they commit violence They tend to be strongly linked to skinhead gangs or to militia groups That is not the case with January 6th As of early December 87% are not members of militia groups like the oath keepers or extremist groups like the Proud Boys They're coming Scott much more from the main stream We're used to thinking of extremists as on the fringe We're used to thinking of their ideas as on the fringe What we see over and over in their demographics and in their motives really is a disturbing picture that this is coming from part of the main stream And I want to ask you to talk a little bit more about it because I was struck in one of your articles on this describing a good percentage of the participants being business owners white collar workers IT workers CEOs doctors and lawyers almost all of them had jobs Were you surprised when you saw these numbers Yes actually yes So I'm coming at this with decades of experience of studying political violence around the world What we're used to seeing are domestic extremists that are 25% or a third unemployed Here with the January 6th of the 700 arrested for breaking into the capitol only 7% were unemployed at the time they broke into the capitol nearly the national average Over half our business owners CEOs and from white collar occupations doctors lawyers and architects about 15% of those who broke into the capitol on January 6th have prior U.S. Military service But if we look at the normal right-wing extremists they usually have 40% prior military service If we look at criminal history we looked into the criminal backgrounds of those on January 6th 30% of those who broke into the capitol on January 6th have a criminal history of some kind often basically being arrested for drug misdemeanors But that compares to 64% of right wing extremists If we look at their age profile right-wing extremists normally two thirds are under the age of 34 here which two thirds are over the age of 34 They're in their 40s They're in their 50s And this is extremely close to the picture of the main strain And this is uncomfortable Scott for a variety of reasons It means a lot of our usual counter violent extremist solutions just don't apply Usually we think well we'll get them a job Well if we've already got over half business owners CEOs and folks from white collar occupations that's not going to work A lot of times when we talk about deactivating people or demobilizing them from right-wing and as we're talking about young people that we try to have them develop better relationships That is they get married and have kids Well these folks have already gotten married You see so then so we need to really come to grips with the fact that what we saw in January 6 is not simply the usual bad apples acting out yet again And this is crucial that we see this because it means that our political leaders are community leaders our faith leaders and also law enforcement We have a different type of problem on our hands going forward What Robert Peele let me stir in geography into all this as far as where the rioters are from Again the assumption might be most of these people hail from the deep red parts of the country You're exactly right yet again Scott that that is where we would have thought too before looking at the data But what we find is that those 700 arrested for breaking into the capitol over half come from counties that Joe Biden won In fact more the county voted for Trump the less likely was the county to send an insurrectionist They're coming from San Francisco Los Angeles New York City Dallas Houston Philadelphia Chicago They're coming from the city or from the immediately surrounding suburbs of the cities And they are in fact essentially political minorities in their local communities And they're not coming mainly from the reddest parts of America They're not coming mainly from rural districts This is also very very important for us to understand because we're so used to again thinking of extremism is the fringe We're not seeing what we're seeing is the mainstream married with parts of the fringe to be sure I'm not saying the fringe didn't show up at all But what made the storm a storm on January 6th was not the fringe participation but the main strength That's what those ten times bigger than the fringe and what overwhelmed the capital police And finally when you then look at the statistics that you've compiled and the people involved what do you glean about what motivated them You really see very clearly inside of the court documents the special feature of the counties that sent insurrectionists lost the most white population specifically non Hispanic white population Keep in mind that there are many political leaders and leaders in the media talking about the great replacement this right-wing conspiracy theory that the rights of whites are being overtaken by minorities or that the population itself the Democratic Party is deliberately replacing the white population with foreigners in order to win future elections Well those conspiracy theories we used to think of as being on the fringe Not part of the mainstream But all you.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

"It's sunny it's warm it's 60° Hello I'm Hillary Howard Nadir top local story New this afternoon the Proud Boys and oath keepers are being sued by the district It's the first civil lawsuit filed by a government entity against the January 6th insurrectionists Masters of a lawless mob conspired against the District of Columbia D.C. attorney general Carl Racine talking about the city civil suit against the Proud Boys and oath keepers says they're guilty of a conspiracy By planning promoting and participating in the violent attack on the United States Capitol Racine says the suit is about accountability and deterrence adding that with cowards They pick on people They bully and when you punch back they run away On Capitol Hill Christie king W TOP news D.C. has seen another crash of children hit and across walk and a witness says he's frustrated by what he says is a lack of action Jeff weitzel was walking his own kids to school in northeast D.C. when he saw it happen just after 8 o'clock this morning A mom and her two kids a three year old and a 6 year old were hit by a driver in the crosswalk at Randolph in 20th street northeast My partner is walking with us and he said that's the thing that surprised you with how loud it was Bam And then you hear the mom screaming Where tele former paramedic tended to the children who were transported to a hospital for a checkup with what D.C. police said were non life threatening injuries Wetzel who also rides a bike to get around D.C. said he's frustrated by a lack of consequences for driving that result in crashes He wants to see D.C. push harder on its vision zero safety efforts Kate Ryan wtp it's getting more and more expensive to simply keep a roof over your head in Virginia And now a new audit is out with suggestions on how to make this costly situation better Low income workers are struggling to stay sheltered a legislative audit says at least 200,000 more affordable housing units are needed around the state but almost half of them are needed in the Northern Virginia region lots of reasons are given for the shortage including how local governments handle zoning in the report recommends taking a statewide look at things every few years Rather than relying on local governments to determine if affordable housing needs are being met but it also says Virginia housing can do lots more That's a state agency that helps finance new apartment complexes but is also supposed to help buyers afford that first home John doeman Meantime there's a move to support minority developers in Virginia who want to build affordable housing in their communities The housing equity accelerator fellowship will welcome its first group of developers the capital we were deploying for affordable housing A lot of it was going to more traditional nonprofit developers More encounters head of national programs over at capital impact partners and says 15 minority developers will take part in the two year program In 2020 just 5% of members of the urban land institute describe themselves as black counts hopes this program will address this kind of lack of diversity The farm networks and partnerships and really just grow and thrive The online application deadline is January 17th Melissa Howell wtps It's two O 6 How can you help state businesses overcome supply chain issues Maryland has an idea Governor Larry Hogan says it will offer funding training and educational programs.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Never know who's going to drop by on CPT 8 20 Chicago's progressive talk You're listening Because facts matter There's no question this was planned in advance There's no question far right extremist white supremacist fascist groups planned to do something violent on January 6th the nation's capital They came equipped with scaling ladders with a plastic cuff links Plastic cutlets That's new Okay Wow I'm working through that zip tie thing So Proud Boys leader Enrique Tara what's his name Henry Enrique tario and Stewart Rhodes they're the I can't keep them straight Proud Boys and oath keeper So they are the latest subpoenas Benny Thompson said we believe the individuals and organizations we subpoenaed today have irrelevant information about how violence erupted at the capital and the preparation leading up to this violent attack Give me 17 This warm Mark Meadows I swear to God First of all we found out yesterday his Gmail account could provide critical evidence to the House committee to investigate He used his private Gmail account Yeah Well in a lot of instances but to pressure Georgia officials in what Harry lipman just told us yesterday he thinks is the most slammed on case against Donald Trump Medals reportedly voiced frustration when he finally connected on the phone to a rafts and Brad raffensperger's deputy He said we've been trying to reach out to you 18 different times You've ignored our inquiries Rapper had been receiving text messages from a Gmail account Mark Meadows Gmail account that he thought was certainly a prank because Trump was number on the Internet or whatever So he's been getting all kinds of prank calls so Mark Meadows was reaching out to a top official in Georgia on his private Gmail account I hear Kimberly Guilfoyle's texts are a candy store of hopeful information about coordination on January 6th gracious Jamie wants you to know America is in danger girl Yes I fell down the well And speaking of Mark Meadows he apparently remember had that story a couple weeks ago where Sydney Powell claimed that Gina Haspel had been kidnapped and was being held in Germany Right 'cause she was trying to get a server to cover up the election stealing from the Italian satellites or Chinese thermostats or Hugo All the above Okay You have to wait through it but it all works together Apparently he the Mark Meadows is the one who gave Sidney Powell the email address of the person The Pentagon that she reported that too Okay And yesterday was a different story about two people trying to break into an Italian prison to something find the hackers Hackers of the Italian satellites that the Chinese thermostats controlled at the behest of Hugo Chavez to change votes from Trump to Biden Do you think which of course you broke in were going skis excuse me Where's the hacker wing Scuzzy JFK junior was obviously in charge of this Of course Yeah He walked out of the ocean zombie style Right Yes Okay here's Mark Meadows I read about them subpoenaing Roger Stone and Alex Jones and I can tell you that I'm not aware of anybody in The White House at conversations with either one of the those individuals But it just seems like they are just determined to pull out the phonebook and as many people as they possibly can in hopes that they find a narrative that will stick politically Yeah That's it Just open it up the phonebook Nothing Just Willy nilly Nothing to do with anyone that might have been I don't know chief of staff and deeply involved in trying to subvert a free and fair election in the United States Just yeah It's all open to Mark Meadows Yeah It's the council views your Gmail Mark Okay Hey speaking of which big bag of rats big bag of rats Let's open up the big bag of rats now Lots of drama at the stop and steal high High school Trump allies are tearing each other apart as election laws fades from view Some of the most prominent election fraud conspiracists are tearing each other apart They go on hurting each other Tearing each other apart Let them do it In a conflict reminiscent of a TV drama set in high school Linwood Sidney Powell Michael Flynn fight fight fight Oh my God you're all so awful I have turned on one another Split that was accelerated after a teenage vigilante Kyle rittenhouse turned on his former lawyer Lin wood over $2 million in bail money raised online That really puts Lynwood in a hotspot because Kyle rittenhouse is just the darling of the right right now Right For one reporter Sebastian gorka greetings Oh where have you been Has branded Lynn wood a fraud Powell has not spoken out in support of her performance All right creepy Back under your rock Has not spoken out in support of her former legal ally now linwood is just spiraling out that the reporter you can see how it's open season on him right now There's a lot of drama at the stop and steal high today Wood has denounced Powell Anthony who he is accused of dabbling in the occult Fight Oh my God you're also on What is what occult is he No I don't know Maybe they're trying to resurrect your junior Oh my God They are insane over there Yes well speaking of which and crazy town pillow crazy town pillow Like pillow Mike pillow Alfred excuses yesterday after a lawsuit challenging the 2020 election was not filed in the Supreme Court as he had claimed That's weird Do you think he's just kind of you know putting the final touches on the whole Yeah Okay He is on record promising that multiple state's attorney generals would sign on to the lawsuit before it was filed yesterday By late yesterday morning there had been no filing with the court Lindsay said the details of the lawsuit would be revealed oh I'm Thanksgiving Day during.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

"How they're used on the federal side At the time Arbery was killed there was no hate crime law on the books in Georgia Prosecutors in Wisconsin have now charged Daryl Brooks with intentional homicide of the deaths of 5 people killed when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee 62 people were injured including many children Prosecutors today set a 6th person a child died and more charges in out pending CBS News correspondent David begno spoke to the husband of one of those who was killed The night of the parade he was free on a $1000 bail John kulak whose wife Jane was killed at the parade is furious about that I wanted to the world to know what was taken She was beautiful person She was a mother and a grandmother And as he looked through their wedding photos he told us about how good she was to her family That was my partner I needed her I've always made sure They need her to Cash bail for Daryl Brooks set at $5 million a preliminary hearing schedule for January 14th More subpoenas were issued today by the January 6th House select committee they went to Proud Boys chairman Enrique tarrio and oath keepers founder Stuart Rhodes as well as both of those organizations The committee also subpoenaed a lower profile far right group called First Amendment Pretoria along with its leader CBS News correspondent Catherine herridge joined us earlier to talk about what the committee is after Committee investigators are trying to pin down the timeline and the plan that was in place for the rallies on January 5th and January 6th to try and discern whether they were set up to become violent or probably more particular that they knew that the potential for violence was there that day but they did not act The subpoenas demand documents by December 7th and depositions the following week a stunning report tonight from Rolling Stone the magazine is reporting that some of the people who planned the January 6th rally near The White House used difficult to trace so called burner phones to communicate with then president Trump's top aides and members of his family as they planned the event Rolling Stone reports three sources say a top official of the group that helped plan the rally told an aide to buy three burner phones days before the event One of the sources says the official insisted that the phones be purchased with cash in California about a week before the event The use of burner phones of course could make it more difficult for congressional investigators to find evidence of coordination between the Trump team and rally planners Coming up on Democrats in Congress say they have to talk more about the.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reports the news comes as Darryl Brooks the man accused of driving his SUV through parade route barriers in Waukesha was in court today We now know Brooks has a long and violent criminal history And pending charges after accusations he fired a pistol at his nephew last year then earlier this month punched and in the same SUV ran over the mother of his child He is being charged with several counts of intentional homicide and other charges more subpoenas are being issued by the committee investigating the January 6th capital attack The panel searching for documents and testimony from far right groups Proud Boys international and oath keepers among others The committee is hoping to speak to Elmer Stuart roads the president of the oath keepers Jurors deciding the fate of three white men charged with killing ahmaud Arbery and Georgia have wrapped up their first day of deliberations without reaching a verdict Arbery was shot to death while jogging through a Brunswick neighborhood last year More is being learned about the death of Brian laundry Family attorney Stephen bertolino says laundry died of a gunshot wound to the head and the manner of death was suicide He was the only person of interest in the disappearance of the fiance Gabby patito Her body was found in Wyoming in September in the corner rolled her death a homicide by strangulation bertolino said in a statement that laundry's parents are still mourning the loss of their son and her hopeful these findings will bring closure to both families I recollect Elaine Maxwell's family is filing a complaint with the United Nations over her pretrial detention Maxwell's accused of recruiting and grooming underage girls for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abused Her siblings said keeping Maxwell in custody is unprecedented discrimination and they're accusing U.S. officials of hanging around the narrow line between justice and revenge I'm Brian shook Kyle rittenhouse says President Biden defamed his character when he tweeted a video suggesting he was a white supremacist in a Fox News interview after his acquittal the teen also condemned Biden's post verdict statement that he was angry and concerned about the outcome written house called the president's comments actual malice A Super Bowl champion turned TV host and the daughter of an American hero will be among the crew launching into space next month Rory O'Neill reports Good morning America host Michael Strahan and the daughter of the first American in space Alan shepherd will be part of the crew launching aboard a Blue Origin rocket next month Strahan and Laura shepherd churchly will join four paying passengers on board a rocket that's named in honor of her father Venture capitalist lane Bess and his child Cameron will also be on this December 9th flight making them the first father and child pair to launch into space together I'm Rory O'Neill Tomorrow is the annual balloon inflation ahead of the 95th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade James flippin has a preview Macy's creative director Rick Palmer says there's a lot of excitement about the new baby Yoda balloon given the popularity of grogu and really just Star Wars in general The not so little Yoda's ears stretch 37 feet end to end One of our widest balloons because his ears of course stand across the streets Also new this year Ada twist scientists and fan favorite dinosaur in the sky is back.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

"6th House select committee the has now issued subpoenas to Proud Boys chairman Enrique tario and oath keepers founders Stuart roads as well as both of the organizations they lead It also subpoenaed the lower profile far right group First Amendment pretorian along with its leader Should be as news correspondent Catherine herridge was with us here on W TOP to talk about what the committee is after Committee investigators are trying to pin down the timeline and the plan that was in place for the rallies on January 5th and January 6th to try and discern whether they were set up to become violent or probably more particular that they knew that the potential for violence was there that day but they did not act The subpoenas demand documents by December 7th and depositions the following week While a student was getting help for a possible drug overdose at a school in Charles county today a replica handgun fell out of their book bag the sheriff's office says they were notified of the situation just before 1130 this morning by a school resource officer at the Robert statum educational center in pomfret The 18 year old student was taken to a hospital for treatment what looked like a handgun was actually a pellet gun There's no word on the student's current condition The Charles county state's attorney's office was contacted and investigation is underway 7 42 attention shoppers some toys are in high demand but with a little help you can avoid holiday shopping headaches It's that time of year And many folks are ready to get out and spend That's juxtaposed against all the challenges that have happened with the supply chain Chris burns a consultant known as the toy guy He says meeting demand is the holidays kick off this week will be difficult but all hope is not lost Both retailers and manufacturers are telling me they're seeing good supply for the rest of December Some of the hot toys to grab quick cocoa milling Another thing that's selling really well is the magic mixes cauldron from moose toys But if you can't find everything on your list try not to make yourself nuts Melissa how old WTO news Sports next on WTO P at.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

"The January 6th House select committee has just subpoenaed the leaders of the Proud Boys and oath keepers extremist groups that responded to Donald Trump's call to descend on Washington and who played central roles in the attack on the capitol The committee issued subpoenas to Proud Boys chairman Enrique tarrio and oath keepers founders steward roads as well as both the organizations that they laid It also subpoenaed a lower profile far right group First Amendment Pretoria along with its leader Robert Patrick Lewis The subpoenas demand documents by December 7th and depositions the following week Dimitri talks about it with Politico congressional reporter Nicholas Wu What this shows is that this panel is not slowing down at all as they go into the Thanksgiving holiday We saw a series of subpoenas going out yesterday four longtime Trump world denizens Roger Stone far right media figure Alex Jones and a host of other characters And today came subpoenas for these far right groups The oath keepers the Proud Boys First Amendment pretorian All of which are related to what the committee sees as violence leading up to and during the January 6th attack What are some of the questions that they are trying to answer Is it a who knew what was violence the goal that day or did it just turn out that way and leaders knew but they turned their backs on it That's exactly it So yesterday subpoenas all related to the rallies and this march to the capitol that took place on January 5th and on January 6th as people gathered for this protest by The White House at the ellipse And then march to the capitol the committee wants to know how exactly this was planned whether any of these folks are involved And as it turns out the people that were subpoenaed yesterday several of them spoke at the January 5th rally and then appeared to have been involved in organizing the January 6th march as well And in promoting it Today subpoenas relate to the group's many of which infamously were part of the violence on January 6th Proud Boys for example they've been telling their members for weeks to descend on Washington D.C. and in relation to these planned rallies around January 6th And then dozens of them ended up breaching the building that day according to court records This really shows how the committee is trying to piece together who exactly was responsible for the violence and whether or not there was any broader conspiracy in how it was organized Whenever we analyze these subpoenas there's always the question of cooperation We've seen that Steve Bannon has been fighting this He may be the most high profile example of this and you folks at political are reporting that threatening him with prison time didn't seem to break the ice in the way the committee expected Exactly It's been two months to the day since the first tranche of subpoenas went out to some of those biggest figures Steve Bannon Mark Meadows cosh Patel and Dan scavino and it doesn't seem that they've made a ton of progress on some of those figures As for today's subpoenas the problem that the select committee faces is in trying to deliver subpoenas to groups that may not be so organized in the first place The oath keepers own attorney recently asked to withdraw from a lawsuit involving them after saying that he couldn't even reach anyone at the organization You know if you can't necessarily serve the subpoena to them it's a little hard to actually carry out all of this in the first place Nicholas Wu covers Congress for Politico he was on Skype still ahead after sports traffic and.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

"And the panel issued subpoenas to Proud Boys chairman Enrique tarrio and oath keepers founder Stuart roads as well as both of the organizations they lead It also subpoenaed a lower profile far right group First Amendment First Amendment praetorian along with its leader Robert Patrick Lewis CBS correspondent Katherine heritage joined us last hour to talk about what the committee is after Many investigators are trying to pin down the timeline and the plan that was in place for the rallies on January 5th and January 6th to try and discern whether they were set up to become violent or probably more particular that they knew that the potential for violence was there that day but they did not act The subpoenas demand documents by December 7th and depositions the following week We've got some sad news to share as we learn of the passing of beloved weatherman Doug hill The longtime meteorologist worked for a number of D.C. stations and appeared here on TOP with Shaun and me for a lot of years He died yesterday after a short illness Doug hill began his career in D.C. at channel 9 and after moving to ABC 7 in 2000 joined us for 15 years on WTO P for weather on the 8th His colleague at ABC Steve rudin remembered Doug on the air He was a mentor second to none always willing to listen and make suggestions He was a wonderful human being and really served the community for years and years Longtime NBC four meteorologist bob Ryan recalls being in friendly competition with Doug for some 40 years but becoming compatriots as he called it along the way He was a good guy Rudin says he was living his best life in North Carolina where he retired with his wife Mary Ann a few years ago Meghan clarity WTO P news You know Hillary Doug was a TV star but he loved radio and it came through every afternoon with us He did He was so good He was so smooth and what was wonderful about Doug was besides being a good weather dude He was just so easy to listen to You know you just didn't want to turn away I'd listen as long as he was talking Absolutely We'll miss him Up next In money news BWI gets its London flights back I'm Jeff label It's 5 24 My.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WTOP

"Verdict in the case against the organizations and individuals involved in the 2017 unite the right rally Let's get details on the civil trial in verdict with Megan clarity who joins us live Hilary we're just learning about this verdict in the last few minutes The 11 member jury found the four people and ten white supremacist organizations liable for civil conspiracy for their role in the violent unite the right rally One person was killed and dozens were injured in that rally in Charlottesville It's a partial verdict as the jury did not come to a consensus on the two more consequential federal charges charges one and two However the jury did find the defendants liable in the four claims of civil conspiracy which will award damages in excess of $25 million After learning the jury was deadlocked today prosecutors asked judge Norman moon to require that the jury reach a finding on those first two claims but he decided not to do that Among the defendants were talking about our Richard Spencer Jason Kessler and Christopher Cantwell who are all self proclaimed white supremacist neo Nazis On day three of his deliberations again a jury in Charlottesville has found the individuals and organizations responsible for the conspiracy to incite violence which erupted at the united the right rally of 2017 reporting live Megan clarity WTO P news And also breaking this afternoon more subpoenas More subpoenas issued by the January 6th House select committee the committee issued subpoenas to Proud Boys chairman Enrique tarrio and oath keepers founder Stuart roads as well as both of the organizations they lead and also subpoenaed a lower profile far right group First Amendment pretorian along with its leader Robert Patrick Lewis the subpoenas demand documents by December 7th and depositions the following week And of course there's breaking news from President Biden on the strategic oil reserve CBS News special report The Department of Energy will release 50 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve of which 32 million will be an exchange of oil that will be returned in the years ahead President Biden just spoke at The White House So today I'm announcing that the largest ever release from the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve to help provide a supply we need as we recover from this pandemic Correspondent ouija Jang The president did try to reassure Americans that what he announced today will ultimately.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on The Politics Guys

The Politics Guys

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on The Politics Guys

"Israel had it. Israel wants difference between israel and the us is that the us would have had a pentagon process. If a us company wanted to sell this kind of technology to gulf st the pentagon would have had a process for reviewing and approving that that it would have been hard for trump to just completely keep bottled up within the white house it would have been known to career military and intelligence officials in the pentagon and all that whereas israel's just such a smaller country smaller government that you know it was just more. It's easier for netanyahu to just run operations out of his pocket. And the the way i'm reading this was that trump went to netanyahu and said look we're we're You know the gulf states want want this and you know it would be good if you could find a way to get it to them because your technology companies out of it and i. I surprised that this was all wrapped up in. The abraham abraham accords negotiations. Although that hasn't been reported that's just my own surmise but the The line seems to match and that trump. And netanyahu have sort of a plan to normalize At least starting starting off secretly but to normalize relations between israel and and the gulf states in order to kind of isolate iran and and to to to give up on a plate of the palestinians and And that That the the us told israel to go ahead and authorize These sales to saudi even knowing that they were used for things like the murder of Jamal kashogi well. That brings us kind of full circle in this policy. Mean one of the things that makes you know we talked about. You can't just Code does not have a national border necessarily right but one of the things that in law we haven't really seen pushed forward is the ability to have kind of protection over code right in the united states. For example the continual push has actually been for companies to have back doors and other kinds of key code accesses for across the consumer consumer spectrum. In this case that you know the attempt to then circumvent some of that internationally. We haven't yet had any kind of big take on this. Do you think that the pegasus project and again we'll talk more about the chinese side of this hack is an example of it might be time to start having some legislation that extends people's to lock down a software for their own protection or or. Do you think that's just going to be a pipe dream in the sense that no countries ever gonna want to kind of put that Liberty out there to be one of the most difficult questions in technology policy. And i i've been on both sides of this question. So i i don't i really feel like i am very persuadable but i right now. I'm even despite this spyware scandals that we're talking about now. I think my current thought is that the actual terroristic plotting. That's going on in the united states. You know mainly from Kind of right wing. Militia groups of proud boys oath keepers even more extreme versions of that but also still from islamic terrorism inside the united states as well..

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Karen is as close as a rabbit gets to a diamond captain beef heart and his magic band. This is democracy now. I'm amy goodman with near means shake this is the quarantine report is we end today. Show looking at the deadly january. Six insurrection at the capitol federal prosecutors charge former new york city police officer thomas webster with assault with a deadly weapon during the insurrection. Prosecutors say he went after a capital police officer quote like a junkyard dog teeth clenched and this clench beating him with a metal pole and trying to gouge out his eye. Prosecutors say video shows webster. Beat the officer with his hands and rick their gear off causing them to choke because it quote cut off the officers air. The video of this is horrifying former. Us marine and a twenty year veteran of the nypd help city hall and the mayor's mansion. This comes as the senate held. Its first public. Hearing tuesday on the insurrection. Where security officials blamed intelligence failures the house. Judiciary committee followed up wednesday with a hearing on the rise of domestic terror. Some republican members tried to compare the january six attack to protest against police killings of black americans and insisted and tika is a threat this was democratic congresswoman. Corey bushes response. We cannot equate white nationalist violence with my collies on the rice stated his left wing extremist violence keith. Waiting a righteous movement for justice with hateful and racist white. Nationalism is outright ordinary and disingenuous. On your part but fuller white supremacist. In which you benefits we would not be in the streets demanding to be heard. We're demanding to be heard to save lives and let me say this before. Now we wouldn't be here and there are not people on both sides. There are simply no comparison. Meanwhile during this week's confirmation hearings for president biden's nominee to become the next attorney. General merrick garland told the senate judiciary committee. He would prioritize prosecuting. The white supremacists who stormed the capital january six. He compared the task to his prosecution of the oklahoma city. Federal building bombing in nineteen ninety s when democratic senator dick durbin of illinois ask garland if the deadly insurrection was a quote one off. This was judge garland. I don't think that this is necessarily a one off. Fbi director ray has indicated that the threat of domestic terrorism and particularly of white supremacists extremists. His number one concern in this area. This is coupled with an enormous rise in hate crimes over the past few years. There is a line from oklahoma city. And there's another line from oklahoma city all the way back to the experiences that i mentioned in my opening with respect to the battles of the original justice department against ku klux klan. We must do everything in the power of the justice department to prevent this kind of interference with the policies american democratic institutions. And i plan if you confirmed me for attorney general to do everything in my power to ensure that we are protected. This comes as former president. Trump is set to reemerge sunday the headline speaker at cpac. That's the conservative political action conference where he'll try to keep alive has false claims of election fraud and reportedly. We'll talk about Running for president again in twenty twenty four well for more. We're joined by reporter and author brendan o'connor whose recent book is titled blood red lines. How native is fuels. The right has latest article for the guardian headlined. The capital riot wasn't a fringe uprising. It was enabled by very deep pockets. Welcome to democracy now. Brendon talk about those pockets. Talk about this insurrection. And who enabled. Thank you for having me yeah. The events of january six were not just months but years decades. In the making. And i think that merrick garland is correct to say that there's an ideological linnea reaching all the way back do the kkk and the justice department struggles against it and and really even further to reconstruction and the civil war This is a current and a tendency in american politics. That has been with us. Since the beginning is being given expression and being encouraged by the conditions of crisis that we are all living in now talk specifically about the funding of what took place on january sex though on january six the rally that then president trump spoke at that preceded. The siege of the capital was funded in the infrastructure for was provided by a slew of right wing organizations that have gotten funding from various right wing from from the railing. Donor class That have been with us in there. Were involved in funding. The party movement that have been involved in blocking various democratic effort said passing progressive legislation over the years and then saw that this was an opportunity to try to ingratiate themselves and support the militant white nationalist factions within the republican party. That trump finds to be his base so brenton as we heard earlier biden's nominee for attorney. General merrick garland has said that this will be his top priority. Prosecuting the white supremacists who stormed the capital on january six. Now given the fact that you've talked about the funding behind this. How do you think he can go about doing this. If he is confirmed That's a good question. I think that the justice department's investigations and already. We've seen that. The charges that had been brought have shown us a lot about the social dynamics of what happened on january six than in the weeks and months leading up to it the way these different groups are organized and the way that more organized groups interact with the trump rank and file. I am not optimistic. that mirror. carlin's prospective investigation will be able to get to the root causes of how this happened and why happened not through any individual fault of garland's or any individual Prosecutor within the justice department. Just but simply because that's not the role of the justice department. They don't have the ideological framework where the political toolbox to be able to get to the root of these problems and brennan. Could you elaborate on some of the groups that have been identified as having participated in this attack Including the proud boys oath keepers and so on for sure so the oath keepers are an older group that were very active during the obama. Administration that kind of served as a bridge between the far right patriot movement Bat emerged during the late eighties and nineties. Oath keepers draw their base of support from law enforcement and military veterans with a lot of between these two groups..

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To listen. ABC is Karen Travers is at the White House. The White House insists President Biden will not be paying attention to the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump, which gets underway this afternoon. Administration officials say Mr Biden is focused instead on pushing forward on his covert 19 relief proposal. Today, the president meets with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and business leaders. To talk about the need for stimulus funding to jump start the economy. Karen Travers, ABC News, the White House and as we get ready for that trial to begin roughly one o'clock this afternoon, the chances of conviction for Donald Trump appeared to be slim because of the former president's lasting support from the G O P, However, CBS is John Dickerson. Reports this moment will still have repercussions on the nation. This insurrection hit at the center of American Political Life. The question of whether a free and fair election can stand The question really about whether facts and reason are still a part of public conversation. And as they debate the issues, all of that stuff will come up. And this is also an opportunity for members of the Senate to stand up and define this age is something different. Then that horrible moment on January 6th House managers. They're prosecuting the case plan to show videos and tweets to demonstrate their argument that then President Trump incited the insurrection last month of the U. S. Capitol. The Trump defense team plans to argue that the president was within his First Amendment rights. He could say what he had to say, and that the mob acted on their own volition. And in the wake of the deadly riot. CBS is Katherine have Ridge with more details from that very day. Those arrested come from more than 40 states include at least 24 women. At least 16 military veterans and more than two dozen riders have alleged ties to extremist groups. The proud boys, oath keepers, three percenters and believers in the queue and on conspiracy theory. And at least one case. The alleged planning began as early as November. Records describe primary targets politicians, law enforcement and media targets. So far more than 200. People have been arrested in connection with the siege. And, of course, the proud boys facing the most serious charges and one of the people arrested in connection with this actually is another local man in this case. New Hampshire's Daniel Riddle. He's of keen Hampshire 32 years old, arrested yesterday on a warrant out of D. C. He's accused of stealing a book and a bottle of wine from a capital office. Charge is knowingly entering a restricted building and theft of government property. In Georgia this week, officials are looking into former President Donald Trump's attempts to reverse the state's election results. ABC is Andrew Dim, Bird says The issue may also play a role in today's impeachment proceedings right before this trial officials in Georgia, announcing that they're launching an investigation into Trump in a phone call that he had with election officials there that probe Is likely to be a part of this impeachment case. We re listen to that phone call today with the Georgia secretary of State Brad Russians. Burger again, a Republican secretary of state, and Mr Trump could be heard encouraging him to quote find enough votes. Find enough votes to declare Donald Trump the winner of that state. And this story in the Massachusetts Secretary's Office Bill Galvin is proposing a plan to allow local voters to cast their ballots by mail for any future election. Galvan says The proposal comes because of the record turnout in Massachusetts and the national elections last year as well. This build on the success we have in last year's presidential election, where we had a record turnout knowledge in the election, but in the primary and the presidential primary Plan would also allow voters casting their ballots in person to register to vote at their polling place, and currently, state law requires voters to register at least 20 days before Election Day in order to vote. Bill will be filed later this month. At a board of governors meeting of the Postal Service today. Postmaster General Luis de Joy confirmed that the Postal Service failed to keep up with demand during the busy holiday season. Throughout the peak season, the Postal Service face multiple challenges. This included significant employee shortages as a result of the covert 19 pandemic, multiple winter storms in the northeast capacity issues with their lips and trucking. And a historic high level of mail and package volumes. But there is a growing chorus of those who say the new administration should remove the postmaster general. They accuse him Lewis to joy playing politics. We'll have more coming up. You.

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Amount, along with the $600 recently set out comes to the total of 2000 of former President Trump had called for before leaving office. Ah popular Fort Worth Bar cannot serve alcohol for the next 30 days. That's because they were not complying with CDC guidelines. The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has suspended the liquor license for Varsity Tavern, a bar in the West seventh District, Chris Porter with the tea, ABC says. Usually they issue warnings. First. With the case like this, they have to go right ahead with an emergency order. You know, we understand that a lot of businesses are facing some extreme challenges right now and when possible. We do want to work with him so they can maintain operations while still keeping their customers safe, he says During an inspection, the bar was well Overcapacity and people weren't wearing masks. CAT BONES IRON W BABY NEWS, a Republican led group is urging Republicans to convict former President Trump in his impeachment trial. The Republican Accountability Project is the same group behind a billboard campaign calling on Senator Ted Cruz to resign this week. It's launching TV ads asking Senator John Cornyn and others to convict President Trump. What the group calls his role and inciting the breach of the U. S. Capitol. The group's director, Olivia Troi, believes many Republicans are concerned about the direction of the party. They're concerned for their safety when they speak out. They're concerned also about what happens to their voting base. Former President Trump has denounced the capital violence and denies playing any role in it. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News Again We do expect mostly cloudy skies overnight. Our lawyers should be around 30 seven's gonna be lot chillier later in the week to me. Morrow. Cloudy for the most part with the high in the mid fifties, right now, 43 degrees in Fort Worth News has also been brought to you by Del Worth Clean from the double V P News Desk and Mickey Briggs share Next updated 9 30 24 7 coverage. WB ape dot com. This'd is the news and talk of Texas. It's Chris Rock right now. I'm used talking 20 w Lazy w b a p dot com Pretty amazing what I'm looking at here. Just joining. It's been sharing with you a report that came out tonight. Saying that Officials. Basically, it says officials chose not to act. They had intelligence that they knew a Riot was gonna happen. They chose not to act. That's me something it up the headline. From the Wall Street Journal Exclusive. That just came out about an hour to ago. That's behind their pay wall. But I've been sharing exits from it that I thought were important to share capital. Riot warnings weren't acted on a system failed. I think that pretty much sums it up kept, you know, you know and not shelf. What I just told you capital. Riot warnings weren't acted on his system failed. The federal security apparatus retooled after 9 11 field intelligence on the January 6 rally, but didn't mobilize to prevent the bonds. They literally made a choice. They chose not to act. And This. This includes the FBI that part of Homeland security and they had intelligence that proud boys. Oath keepers. Three percenters was Planning this. They had weapons. They had maps and then one of the quotations from a guy who used to leave DHS intelligence branch for three years up until a few years ago, says there's no explanation other than Failure to produce Ah Products that would have predicted bobble body It was they didn't act. Um, part of the excuses Miria Bowser and other folks who didn't want to act even though they had information. The The National Guard or he was deployed. In the city in other areas, So there was absolute choice tonight. Utilizing. It's unbelievable. And now the president's on trial starting tomorrow in a another bogus impeachment thing for something that could have been stopped, and they chose not to. So, um FBI discussed the like the protesters would come arm during separate call with other law enforcement agencies the same day that the fusion centers held their call that said, talked about all this FBI said such information was widely known. Ah view over the official who oversees the fusion center. This is all fusion as far as working together with FBI. DHS accepted to prevent another 9 11. Into here was not the lack of intelligence of lack of information. It was the unwillingness to act on the intelligence or inability to Doesn't matter. So the point is exactly what I've been telling. They chose not to act they knew and they chose not to act. That is that Trump is so innocent. He is so innocents, the only thing he's guilty of us you could say bad taste wherever you want to say or being a sore loser. I don't know whatever you could. You could say whatever you want. The point is, he Did not cause this in any way, shape or form. Amazing. We knew monsters, but we did not know that the law enforcement knew and chose not to act That's freaking insane. Um Just amazing one of the share something else with you that I haven't shared yet from this article. A DHS. Then acting Secretary Chad Wolf chose not to declare a national special security event. The designation. Regularly used for gathering such as political conventions. The state of the Union address and past Super Bowls puts the U. S Secret service in charge of overseeing security and coordinating the responses of different agencies. Current and former DHS officials and national security experts have questioned publicly and in interviews why they didn't do this. Wolf never considered it. According to folks familiar. So the point is, they chose and didn't act. This is amazing. So there you go. This is absolutely amazing. This is going to be used front and center. I think tomorrow and during the impeachment Attempt of our former president. And we now have Absolute demontre have proven the 170 people that have been charged. Was the 70 people think 170. But And The feds have been using that in their charges in charging statements and documents already is we now saying that these folks were pre planned, they put this together, they So it's it's all obvious. So they're Democrats have screwed. There is no way Obviously, I'll say I would not be shocked. I'll be surprised if even mittens Mitt Romney, who loves To destroy President Trump it any chancing getters gets her or make him look bad. I'll be surprised of mittens even votes on this. This is going to be a disaster and then people Like burn Springsteen and the media. Consider this is you re unification. Goodness, reunification boy..

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"You could see the Facebook live I did with Randy. Um, um, and this beautiful, amazing wife normal. She did the camera. Uh, today this office on my Facebook page, WB AP Ah, Chris Crock Show Chris Crock Show Facebook Page. Go to Facebook type in Chris Crock Show That's Chris Crock Show. C H R. I s Hey, are okay, click like and Jump in, but his brand new offices, they expanded and Anyways, I was also talking to a local executive. At Randy's office and see who called me. Said that you gotta use he was like I'm just CPS. Randy's amazing, he says. Why don't have Iris problem That said No, He's still amazing for them. I use them and I don't have problems. So he said. Give me his information. I said okay. Um Yeah. I mean, how How do you wanna handle this? The way that you know, should just said Marjorie Taylor, granted been stripped of her committee. Should we do the same thing? The Democrats did the US And, um the other thing is Um The other thing is, um I got to just tell you is that we should never be like Them. We should do what is right. So I don't want to say no, We shouldn't strip the Democrats of their committees like they've done to us. I think what we do is I think we don't do it in the past, even though it's worthy of it like they did, I think assumes something hit. We strip when we get the majority and say, You know what we gave you, Grace. We didn't go have to even for stuff that was said as a congresswoman, like the Jew hating of Ilhan Omar. Um, the violent rhetoric of Maxine Waters. The terrorists and inspiring Bernie Sanders. To that, and people can laugh because Bernie seems to be the nicest guy in the world, even those socialist, But he inspired a guide to try to murder people like Steve Scalise on a baseball field. Who V l feel, who yelled This is for health care. It was a rabbit Bernie supporter. Free healthcare. Yes. Press free health care or, well, Marty to hell down. And you know, Chris when we know you'd held down and on the baseball field You will have free health care. Right, that. Is that the deal? We're gonna move you down on the baseball field, but you get free health care. So Yeah. 800 to 88 W B A P s her number. So, um, no. We should not have had one Republican voting to strip uh, Marjorie Taylor. Dream of her, Um Over. Titles or committees. Here's the other part. Yes, I thought she apologized yesterday. She did a good job. I still think she's a nut job. But I don't think I think it is our is not our business about her seat. It is the Seat of the people of the state of Georgia who reside in her district. They will handle they will vote. Her in her out is not our issue. Who is theme not bag again from Joseph. Bruce. If producer Bruce of Who is the nut job that I'm thinking about the female African American lady from McKinney. She's the nut bag. I know her name wraps up my head, but she doesn't live here. It's always forget her name. I'm talking about the nut Nut Nut nut job. Um No, none of us do. Well, you Google and figure it out. People call in and tell you I can't remember her name now. I mean, that woman has said way more insane things than Then I think the nut bag from Georgia has The other thing is Stripping. I'm sorry. The Republican Party trying to some trying to Kicked out. Cheney, Liz Cheney as the minority leader. The what? In the House leadership. He's the number three house leadership. They try to strip her of that. And there was a vote and it was 61 to 100. Something 1 65 or something? It was way, way, way off. On gets crazy because some of the People. Some of the columns I read today were saying it was a great thing. But she didn't get stripped over kicked out of the chairman of the House of representative Conference. That was a good thing that you give kids didn't get kicked out because it shows we're a big tent. We're not gonna kick you out based on your loyalty to Donald Trump. We're not going to stomp on and cancel people like Democrats to do. I wanted her. To be kicked out. I wanted her to be kicked out. Because she Through the president of her party and the leader of her party she had like him. Obviously, her dad doesn't like him either, obviously, but she threw him under the bus. And that is not Way to do it unless he He did not incite the violence. When we learned that there was a three week premeditated attack by Proud boys, Oath keepers, three percenters or whoever those folks are. Those domestic terrorist types are Um and that they some people planted bombs. This was planned out three weeks in advance. The people like the idiot, General Ryan, who says our show your half. Oh, by the way, D just sent me a message through Facebook is Sheila Jackson Lee. Thank you. Sheila Jackson Lee. That's the nut bag from Houston. Thank you. Would know her name would flow off the top of my tongue, but she's not from the Metroplex. That's why I always forget the nut bags Name. She only comes out and says crazy things that make the news about every what couple times a year, so it's not to comment. Um Sheila Jackson Lee, Thanks to D you get the point bonus points of the day DS..

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"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"proud boys oath keepers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dealing with the crash and framing have westbound mass pike just before Route nine. Luckily, it is in the breakdown. Lane. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three Everybody wants to know when the snow is coming to an end. It's the four day WBC AKI weather forecast. Now here's meteorologist Steam DeVore. This match soon The back edge is at the 4 95 corridor to the west to the south and west. We're looking at the It's just coming through providence. So South Coast, keeping the islands some last gasp of some snow. This batch moves out. We gotta watch a batch for this evening. I think another area of snow coming in, I think from the north and east along the North shore into Boston. And then some snow showers will linger on the Cape Thursday into Friday is cold polar air comes in frigid Friday on the way real feels single digits below zero in the morning above zero in the afternoon is temperature stay in the teens and another system we're watching for later Sunday into Monday, I'm acting with meteorologist in DeVore. On WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio certainly seems like a winter is going to get its licks in this year. All right, it is 28 degrees still snowing here in Boston 7 55 on a Wednesday morning, federal officials say. Some 400 potential suspects are still being rounded up from earlier from this month's Capitol attack and expect many of them to face charges of sedition. The focus of the investigation into the attack by the feds now esteems to be centering on extreme right wing groups like the proud boys, Oath Keepers and three percenters. As evidence mounts. There may have been a coordinated strategy. Ah, young poet Harvard graduate is guaranteed to be a huge hit with readers always light it on Lee were brave enough. To see she took the country by storm at the inauguration and promptly made the talk show rounds. My mom kind of Linden and Susan. That's a rod and I was like, Do you want to get a photo? She's already done now. 22 year old poet Amanda Gorman's books are Amazon best sellers, and they don't come out until September. Her Children's book changed, sings his number one for poetry Collection. The Hill. We Climb just below it. Number two. Gorman Celebratory Tweet. I am on the floor. Ever. Rodriguez CBS News so young, so impressive to meantime, Winter fund in the snow for everyone today, coming up on WBC news radio this morning, the president's promise that every American adults will be able to get a vaccine if they want one. Promise from the governor for a smoother future in distributing the covert vaccines and use your words. Sorry. Maybe not. But the animal in your life can it least learn a new language. We've got some.

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