35 Burst results for "R. Kelly"

Kurt Schlichter: 'Merrick, Garland, You're Trash!'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 21 hrs ago

Kurt Schlichter: 'Merrick, Garland, You're Trash!'

"Garland, you're trash. You're a lying cog in a regime machine designed to stamp out opposition. Let's talk. Let's talk about your rule of law, shall we? Let's talk about the rule of law being fairly applied. Let's talk about the rule of law being evenly applied. Let's talk about the rule of law with your FBI that applies the law in a fair and open manner and it lies on warrants. Oh, how do I know that because it was convicted in a D.C. jury? If you can get convicted for helping the regime in a D.C. courtroom, you are guilty as hell. Look, do not tell me there is an equivalent rule of law. Do not tell me the J 6 defendants are being treated like the BLM guys. Don't tell me then. I have Julie Kelly in a few minutes here to tell us in more detail about that. Do not tell me that the FBI whose crime lab gave false results. It got people convicted. Of a very serious crimes and sent away to prison. Don't tell me that's okay. Don't tell me it's okay to send your S.W.A.T. teams out to rouse old guys if their house after warning CNN to show up.

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Julie Kelly: FBI Raid Backfires Against Dems in Many Ways

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Julie Kelly: FBI Raid Backfires Against Dems in Many Ways

"I keep a personal page because I just like to see what regular people who make America work are talking about Not everything I love the Julie Kelly's of the world to death but you have friends You know regular outside of the bubble people too And he put this post up the other day I've never seen anything like it from He put this post up the other day saying listen 2024 I was leaning towards maybe another candidate Let's try something different He goes but I gotta tell ya This raid has made a couple expletives in there Pissed off And now he goes I am Trump all the way There's almost like they'd have to be a nuclear war for you to stop me from voting for Trump now 'cause now I know you're scared of them because you're trying to preserve your fiefdoms I guarantee you you keep a very close pulse on what people are thinking with your coverage of January 6th I guarantee you're here in the same kind of thing I absolutely am and this is backfiring in a number of ways I live in the Chicago summer obviously I have a lot of friends who are just suburban moms and their interest in politics really varies I mean I would say most of them are Republican and Trump supporters again to different degrees But the first text I got Monday night was a friend of mine who I've had since 6th grade You know not overly political a Trump supporter but not like a rabbit you know person who's like oh my God I'll do anything for Donald Trump And she texted you know why are they reading his house What is going on in this country And the word I keep hearing just for normal people is the word scary They really see what this DoJ in this regime finally is all about And that's why I do think what you're talking about with your friend Kevin This is backfiring on the Democrats which is why they're going to be desperate to come up with any kind of record out of Mar-a-Lago that they think violated some kind of crime to justify what they did But I don't think it's going to work

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Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

"Julius is that why you think Garland gave this kind of rushed this is sniveling coward of a human being gave this rushed kind of pathetic presser yesterday where he just scuttled off without even taking a single question They must know this that the narrative they've lost the narrative at this point They've lost the narrative and I'll tell you Dan leaking information to The Washington Post and now just within the past 15 20 minutes to The Wall Street Journal Instead of letting the legal process or doing what they said that they were going to do which is wait until this afternoon to hear from Trump's lawyers and then they would release at their leaking it to the same regime propagandist who obliged the American people about everything related to Donald Trump for 6 years This does nothing to restore their credibility It actually burns it even further because the only people that Americans hate more and trust less than the federal government is the news media And they're giving it to these mainstream outlets who promoted the Russia collusion hoax and every other stupid scheme that the government has put the anti Trump government forces have put together So this is not in for Merrick Garland and Chris ray basically to low key threat in Americans for criticizing this or criticizing the agency That really is certainly not helpful and will infuriate people even more Julia I'm having

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Julie Kelly: DOJ Will Likely Indict Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 1 d ago

Julie Kelly: DOJ Will Likely Indict Trump

"I think he was trying this kind of team arrivals approach where he figured all right it's sad that we're going to some of these rhinos but they're sellouts Let's take recommendations from a few of them assuming you know they'll do the right thing and work on behalf of the American people liberty freedom and all that stuff Well that's not what happened The minute they got in The White House they all screwed them over leaked to the media and started developing their own feet them 'cause they had no cojones you know So I think he did learn from that And I'm sure of it as a matter of fact And I think if there's a round two here in 2024 things are going to be really different I trust you I believe what you're saying and I do believe that that has to be true And now they've just taken it to a whole different level with the president and the people around him You know they've been rounding up his supporters now for 19 plus months Throwing them in jail detaining them for 16 17 18 months now delaying their trials You know this is very serious what this Justice Department is doing And I have no doubt that they will indict Donald Trump for something I don't think it'll just be because of this I think the raid helps create the optics to justify criminal charges either obstruction of an official proceeding conspiracy We could add tampering with evidence to that But this is all about optics and it's all about spin and no one does it better than the Democrats because they have the media in their pocket to help them with it But I think this is emboldened and outraged the base to also at a different level than and I'm sure you're hearing this all over the place

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Julie Kelly: Dems Cannot Afford to Have Trump Win Again

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Julie Kelly: Dems Cannot Afford to Have Trump Win Again

"I'd like you to comment as Michael Anton has a piece out called they can not let him back in And the gist of it is you know what exactly what it said that they can't afford at this point Julie the swamp to let Donald Trump run again and win because now he's got the political connections he understands the process And Michael lays out a multi part plan The first part of the plan to keep him out of office plan a is the January 6th hearings They were never designed to get to the bottom of anything The sole purpose is to politically damage Donald Trump That's exactly right And I urge everyone to read anything that Michael Anton ever reads because he's great He's a genius And he also understands the political environment but that's exactly right They can not allow Trump back in That's why they're throwing everything that they possibly can At great risk to the peace and stability of the nation And the integrity of our government institutions to make sure that he's not back in The White House because he does understand what's happening And I think hopefully he realizes the mistakes that he made especially related to personnel And I saw some headlines that Donald Trump wants to be back in The White House for a reason Good Because there are lots of us who want revenge on what this government has done to him and to all of us for the past 6 years

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Daniel Horowitz Describes ‘The Rise of the Fourth Reich’

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 d ago

Daniel Horowitz Describes ‘The Rise of the Fourth Reich’

"Daniel Horowitz is here author of a new book that is very subtly titled. Not exactly getting to the point. The rise of the fourth Reich confronting COVID fascism with the, with a new Nuremberg trial, so this never happens again, Daniel Horowitz. Daniel, I want to get to your book, but let me just ask you a question. You're Jewish. That's a big claim to say that this is the rise of the fourth Reich. It's a very big claim. And I want to get into it, but I think given the week we live in. That's what I really want to do. I think everyone understands what that means. And I want to be very specific. It's not just about a severity of evil. It's very technical in what they're doing, who's doing it, and how they're doing it. But I mean, more broadly, look, Charlie, when it comes to the FBI raid and I think kind of forgotten, but just a significant the seizure of congressman Scott Perry's phone, this is not a matter of a red line crossed by the bad guys. Because as I lay out in my book, that was crossed March 2020. Okay, and somehow the conservative movement slept through the last two and a half years, which is bizarre. I mean, COVID fascism, January 6th, and then Ukraine, that was all part of it. But this is more an IQ test whether we have crossed our own line. It's an IQ test for the conservative movement. Will this finally motivate us to change our strategy and what we do politically?

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The IRS Hiring Spree Is the Biggest Expansion of the Police State Ever

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 1 d ago

The IRS Hiring Spree Is the Biggest Expansion of the Police State Ever

"The IRS hiring spree is the biggest expansion of the police state in American history by David harsanyi. The Democrats reconciliation bill I'm reading from the federalist dot com isn't just going to be the largest ever expansion of a government agency. It's going to be the largest expansion of the domestic police state in American history. Many of you watching right now will be audited and many of you will have to go through a very difficult time defending yourself, nonprofits, churches, get ready, they're coming. The Internal Revenue Service will embody their inner KGB, their Stasi and come after every single freedom lover. Be prepared. The average American has less reason to be concerned about cops with guns that the IRS is looking for special agents that can quote carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force if necessary. The federal government that already collects $4.1 trillion every year or 12,300 for every citizen, why do they need they need 80 new battalions of IRS cops.

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Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In

"Julie, let me ask you, you were talking about how the FBI has a track record of planting evidence. I have said gingrich has said in president Trump has said, I hope they weren't planting some stuff at Mar-a-Lago, and immediately we're all smeared as conspiracy theorists. Enlighten us about the FBI's track record on planting evidence. Well, we have to look no further, of course, in the infamous steel dossier, which was fake evidence planted not only throughout the media throughout Congress, but of course presented to a secret court, not once, but four times and presented by the FBI, signed off on by James Comey, and then Andrew mccabe. So what was interesting, Charlie, is that I've been covering the retrial of the remaining two defendants in a Whitmer fed napping case. And what came up yesterday in opening arguments by defense attorney was talking about how an FBI informant planted material for an explosive device in the truck of his client, the defendant, and then when he was arrested by the FBI, the FBI collected that and used it as evidence against him.

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A Rather Suspicious IRS Job Posting That Has Since Been Deleted

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 1 d ago

A Rather Suspicious IRS Job Posting That Has Since Been Deleted

"So yesterday, there was a job posting that someone found on the wet on the Internet. Now, it seems as if there's a lot of enthusiasm going on at the IRS right now. The IRS is really excited. They get 87,000 new IRS agents that would never have happened if we would have won the Georgia Senate runoff. There would have been blocked. But the IRS decided to post a job opening. Now remember, the IRS has a weird and bizarre amount of ammunition and bullets. They've been buying up ammunition all across the country. The IRS is now posting jobs that says the following. In order to get this job, you must adhere to the highest standards of conduct, especially in maintaining honesty and integrity. Okay. You must be able to work a minimum of 50 hours per week, which include irregular hours, and be on call 24/7, including holidays and weekends. Okay. Maintain a level of fitness necessary to effectively respond to life threatening situations on the job. Wow, wow wait, wait. The IRS? I mean, that audits people and tells people they're late on their taxes. That's weird. Continues. In order to get the job at the IRS, you have to be able to carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force if necessary. This is it right here on screen. This is on the IRS's website, everybody. They just scrapped it as soon as we and many other Sean Davis, the great Sean Davis, started the publicize it. The IRS then says be willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments. That's the internal revenue services new job posting. 87,000 new IRS agents made possible by kyrsten sinema and Joe Manchin and Mark Kelly and Raphael Warnock, the house has to still vote on it, but the IRS is now advertising. You have to quote maintain a level of fitness necessary to effectively respond to life threatening situations on the job and carry a firearm. Again, this is these are the tax people.

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Megyn Kelly: I Don't Believe Anything Garland Says

The Dan Bongino Show

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Megyn Kelly: I Don't Believe Anything Garland Says

"My gosh this is so deeply disturbing And I don't know what Merrick Garland is going to say But I don't believe any of it I don't believe what they've put out so far And I don't know that I'm going to believe what he says Today it's going to be subterfuge It's going to be pretextual for what I believe was their real reason in doing this which is to get Trump really on anything but they're very focused on January 6th That's what they want to get him on They've been trying to prove conspiracy to defraud They haven't been able to do it and I just don't believe that Merrick Garland has some deep seated need to recover allegedly classified documents from Mar-a-Lago such that he would risk the reputation of the Justice Department and the FBI this way Well these people

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Investigative Journalist Julie Kelly on the Whitmer Trials: Round 2

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:21 min | 2 d ago

Investigative Journalist Julie Kelly on the Whitmer Trials: Round 2

"I'm back with investigative writer Julie Kelly, who has been covering this beat like no one else. Julie, I want to talk about a matter that not unrelated, actually, because it might supply the original formula for the DoJ's action. And that is the resumption or the second trial that's going on now, just started, I believe jury selection is ongoing. This is for the two defendants who had a hang jury or who are not convicted, but they were also not acquitted. We know that the other two defendants, I believe, work with, talk about what's happening in this sort of Whitmer around two and connected to what's happening with Trump, but also with January 6th. So it's very interesting. So to your point, the DoJ has decided to retry two men accused of conspiring to kidnap and kill Gretchen Whitmer in 2020. The other two defendants four of them went to trial in April 2 were liquidity remaining to head hung jury. So DoJ is retrying them. Of course, this has to do with the heavy infiltration, actually the FBI came up with the whole plan, stitched this group together based on social media posts had numerous informants working out a multiple FBI field offices required approval at the highest level of DoJ and FBI one agent testified in April. So they're retrying these meant what's interesting dinesh is listening to jury selection on Tuesday. This is a heavily trumped supportive area in western Michigan. And you had jurors and you had the judge ask about distrust in the government and at one point he asked jurors to raise their hands if they had heavy distrust in the government. And you could hear the judges reaction. Now, just imagine this is jury selection, the day after these people found out that the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago. And my contention is that this is going to backfire on the government that the DoJ and FBI have created such distrust that people who once were automatically as people on the right supporting the FBI and law enforcement now will view them so skeptically and cynically that it could backfire in this trial and result in the acquittal of two more men

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Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 2 d ago

Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI

"I'm back with Julie Kelly. Julia, I was asking you about the fact that the Democrats can't stop themselves, it seems they tried to impeachment, they tried Russia collusion, and it looks like this is they're on a quest in search of a crime. They have their target, they have their suspect, they have their person they want to indict and it's just a matter of what do we get this guy on. And interestingly, it seems that so much so many of the pundits and the media and so on are all sort of brazen disregard of law. They really are. So going back to what you said at the end of our first segment, Debbie is right. I'm sure she'll be happy to hear that. But of course, she's seen how this plays out in places like Venezuela. But also, we see that this DoJ is producing all of these imaginary charges. I mean, you have this DoJ, Matthew gray is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is charged about 20 Americans with seditious conspiracy. This is such a rare charge. There's not even sentencing guidance for it. No American has ever been convicted of it. Yet Matthew graves managed to go to a grand jury in Washington D.C. city that voted 93% for Joe Biden convinced them that nonviolent people like the oath keepers who walked into the building and opened door carried no weapons, assaulted no one. Didn't even vandalize property, that they somehow are guilty of seditious conspiracy. So this Justice Department doesn't have to convince anyone except a grand jury in Washington D.C. of these imaginary crimes. I mean, you have people going to jail for years on a charge of obstruction of an official proceeding, which I think is one of the counts that they are going to try to charge Trump with.

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Investigative Journalist Julie Kelly Sees the FBI Raid Backfiring

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:18 min | 2 d ago

Investigative Journalist Julie Kelly Sees the FBI Raid Backfiring

"Guys, I'm really delighted to welcome to the podcast. Well, welcome back to the podcast. The one and only Julie Kelly. She is the go to person on the issues that we're going to talk about, which is the FBI, the double standards of the Biden DoJ, what needs to be done, Julie, thank you for joining me, delighted to have you as always, it seems to me that this raid on Mar-a-Lago, which perhaps the Democrats thought would be a way to smear Trump has kind of backfired on them and I wonder if you agree with that assessment and how you think this is going to play out. Hi, dinesh. Thank you, as always, for having me on and for covering my work. I do think it's backfiring. I think even some Democrats and left wing pundits are recognizing that, look, this is an egregious, unprecedented move. And there needed to be some real salad justification for it. And some public explanation, but if we're being told in what is being reported by both Trump camp and even federal authorities taught leaking to news outlets, if he was indeed cooperating and they somehow thought he had classified material in his possession, they were already working with Trump and his lawyers to figure that out. So there's really nothing that justifies it seems this judge who we now know is tied to Clinton world and to raids presidents, former president and potential rival of Joe Biden, raid his house, FBI agents for hours asking apparently for the Mar-a-Lago people to shut off security cameras, not give them a copy of the warrant looking for some sort of classified documents that's the ruse anyway. I think this is really fired up, even people dinesh, who have been completely silent on the abuses of the FBI related to anyone. Any Trump supporter or the president himself.

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Why Does the Inflation Reduction Act Include IRS Hyper-Funding?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 5 d ago

Why Does the Inflation Reduction Act Include IRS Hyper-Funding?

"This bill, as we mentioned last week and tried to warn, adds $80 billion to the IRS's budget and 87,000 new staff members to the Internal Revenue Service. 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. That makes the IRS larger than the FBI, border patrol and the State Department combined. That's what happened over this last weekend. And remarkably Democrats in tough Senate races like Mark Kelly and Raphael Warnock, they don't care. They voted for it because they know that they're still going to get over a $100 million in Democrat cash as the Democrats are now representing the white wealthy party, Republicans are getting outspent almost every race across the country. Because the values of wokeism are most consistent with miserable, wealthy white people that live in Malibu and Manhattan, and they want to spread their misery and imperialist upon the rest of us. The IRS adds 87 $1 billion. To their budget.

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Federal Government's Witch Hunt Goes After Police

The Officer Tatum Show

00:57 sec | Last week

Federal Government's Witch Hunt Goes After Police

"The federal government has decided to use their investigatory energy to go after police officers and Breonna Taylor case, which happened over two years ago, and they've arrested four people. Now, there is a female detective named Kelly. There's a former police officer. I forget his last name. But he has been arrested and conspiracy with her on falsifying documents on the warrant that was presented and executed on Breonna Taylor's apartment. The two officers or at least a sergeant sergeant meanie and detective Brett hankinson, I believe they were attached to this arrest based on the government trying to bolster their case and get as many officers as possible involved in this witch hunt.

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It's Time to Rise up and Support Arizona's Blake Masters

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:52 sec | Last week

It's Time to Rise up and Support Arizona's Blake Masters

"Blake masters just won without spending a penny on negative campaigning. He defended himself when necessary it wasn't like he allowed himself to get lied about, but I think there is something about this younger energetic and optimistic message. Okay, Blake masters dot com is how everyone donates and everyone should. We did this before, but you got to refill the coffers, right? Blake, we are running low on time. Tell us about it. We need to get our grassroots Charlie Kirk show army behind you $5, $10, $15, Blake tell us about the need in front of you. Yes, please, it all adds up. It's all important. You know, Mark Kelly. He's a fundraising machine. The Democrats just funnel this step to him. He's got like $30 million. And it's a lot more than I have, you know, we don't need to go toe to toe with him, but man, we need to raise money. So you can spare 5 bucks, ten bucks, 20 bucks. Please go to blink master's dot com, help me win this Senate seat. That's how we start taking back this country.

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Winning Big With Blake Masters

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last week

Winning Big With Blake Masters

"Joining us right now is Blake masters who is now officially the nominee for the United States Senate race in Arizona, which will be the most consequential race period bar none in the entire cycle Blake. Congratulations. Welcome back to the program. Charlie, thank you so much. You called it yesterday. We did. Thank you. We did call it so Blake, how are you feeling? Talk a little bit about what you just accomplished, the journey you were on, and let's talk a little bit about Mark Kelly and how people can help you. Yeah, thank you. Feeling great, you know, we put in over a year of hard work. Like I must have met tens of thousands of Arizona voters and man, it was an honor and I had the time of my life and the great news is, you know, we don't have to stop. We just get to keep sprinting all the way through November 8th. Now it's just me and Mark Kelly and as you and I discussed, this Senate race is probably the most important country. And so it's going to be an honor and a privilege to expose Mark Kelly's left wing track record. And when I just tell the truth about him, they're lying about me already, of course. But when I just tell the truth about Mark Kelly and how he's just helped Biden accomplish all of this chaos and destruction, we're going to win this race. I love it. So Blake, you ran a phenomenal race just for everyone to understand Blake has never served in office before. He was significantly outspent by competitors. Other people had statewide elected office. And you ran a really honorable race Blake, honestly. You didn't get down in the gutter. You responded fire with fire if they attacked you directly, but you really kind of took the high road. Can you just talk a little bit about that? You were smeared and slandered. I endorsed you personally. I've known you for a long time. Turning point action did. But I was super motivated by some of the smears that came after you, but you just kept on with the high road. That was really interesting for me to see just talk a little bit about that. Yeah, thank you. And you know, I told my wife at the beginning of the race, I would not run negative attack ads. I don't believe in it. First of all, it's not my character. It's not what I think is a moral to do. But second, it doesn't work. People don't want that. People are tired of that madness. You know, things don't work right now in this country. We're going in the wrong direction. So why not use a candidacy an opportunity to talk about policy? And here's what's gone wrong. Here's what we need to do. Yes. And I've stayed focused on the issues talking about that wide open border, how we need to secure it, talking about the crazy Democrat inflation. Talking about the indoctrination in schools that the left is trying to push on our kids. And so we just stay laser focused on a positive message. Turns out people like that.

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Dinesh Unpacks the Arizona Primary Election Results

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:24 min | Last week

Dinesh Unpacks the Arizona Primary Election Results

"Now back to Arizona, where the Trump back candidate, this is Blake masters. Easily won, and so he now becomes the GOP candidate to face the incumbent democratic senator Mark Kelly. Very interestingly, Mark fincham, a big, a big proponent of 2000 mules, and somebody who is focused on the issue of election fraud. This is why the left calls them an election denier. Election denier. These days of you exposed fraudulent election denier. I think it's just a strategy somewhat similar to the mafia. I remember when you go after the mafia, I'd be like, this is prejudice against Italian Americans. You're implying that every Italian American is a crook and a criminal. No, we're not implying that. We're just going after the crooks and the criminals in the same year. This election denialism is supposed to be some kind of an epithet that's supposed to scare people. Well, to the degree that it means going after election fraud and protecting free elections, there's nothing wrong with being an election denialist. We're really fraud denialists if you want to put it that way. Anyway, Mark fincham wins the Republican Secretary of State nomination. And now we turn to the governor's race and here's Meghan McCain. This is an early on yesterday. She goes, wow. Lake is getting crushed so far. Incredible. Everybody, everybody, better turn to prime time. If this lunatic loses, she's gonna go absolute insane on live TV, like one for the books, make Trump look normal insane. So you can see, you know, Meghan McCain is starting to glow. She's like, we got the McCain family. We put all this money in, you know, the candidate running against Lake is married to a multi millionaire if not a billionaire, so the outspend carry Lake. Incomes, Mike Pence. So a lot of it was at stake here because in some ways the Republican establishment is also, I don't know if grooming is the right word, but there's sort of grooming Pence. And in order to groom pants, you gotta show that the Pence endorsement can carry a rival to carry Lake all the way to the nomination. And so not only that, but the former governor Doug ducey also strong endorsement of Karen Taylor Robson and it was looking sort of tricky for Carrie Lake for a while they carry like was behind most of the day yesterday, I guess partly because they had counted the mail in ballots first, but then when the day votes came in from yesterday itself, Carrie Lake surpasses Karen Taylor Robson. I don't think she's been officially declared the winner, but to me, this is important on two counts first. It's because it shows the maga takeover of the GOP. Carrie Lake represents the maga wing of the party, not to say the Republican establishment has no strength. They were able to make this much closer than many people thought. But second, Kerry Lake is focused on the election integrity issue. She's been all over 2000 mules. In fact, one of the most vocal and eloquent defenders of 2000 mules, even in hostile TV environments. And so it's fantastic to see her get across the finish line. I think she'll be a formidable candidate going into November.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | Last month

"r. kelly" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"R. Kelly is reportedly engaged to allegedly brainwashed girlfriend Jocelyn savage. Jocelyn savage was on that show surviving R. Kelly. Her parents went ballistic. They want their daughter back. They almost got it back and she basically told them, I don't want to leave him. Brainwashed to the hilt, the father was going bananas, and not that bad looking a girl. Most of the girls you see they look pretty beat up, but also maybe a little bit great picture of her, but I think she's a decent look at woman. But anyhow, the pedophile crooner has something to look forward to now when, well, let's say that when but if he makes it out of the slammer in 30 years and that is, he gets to tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend Jocelyn savage. Look, for her sake, I'm hoping all it made of honors are legal age. This way, there's no way R. Kelly will try and rape them and pee on them, which is his big move. His peccadillo, if you will, or maybe Jocelyn would like that sort of thing. I don't know. But publication called all hip hop. And this is where I get all my news, guys. All hip hop is reporting that the disgraced singer got engaged while waiting to be sentenced for his sex crimes. A court document obtained by all hip hop reveals that R. Kelly's longtime girlfriend for a family says is under his spell under something else too. Is engaged now to R. Kelly, noting that she is his fiance in a letter to a judge pleading for leniency ahead of his sentencing, back in September, R. Kelly was convicted of racketeering 8 counts of violating the man act and back on June 29th, he was sentenced to 30 years in the

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Popcast

"It was just things like that that were so hard to listen to and it wasn't just one woman who was saying that it wasn't just two was over and over. They were saying that he may us. Follow these insane restrictions and when we broke them. The punishments were just beyond belief. One thing that. I just from being in the music industry or adjacent to it. For many many years i feel like i certainly encounter people who work in junior level positions in or four very famous people who see themselves not as kind of independent agents with any agency they just see themselves purely in service and probably couldn't imagine even if the thing that they're seeing is raw couldn't imagine how to get out of that. Find a way out of it. When the people who worked for r kelly were giving testimony. Did you get the sense number. One that there was moral conflict on on the part of those people and then getting a jury to understand that. An enterprise like this which is not a mob. Enterprise is not a the criminal. Enterprise that are usually thought of in these terms actually functioned for the purpose of criminality. Not simply as a side effect of a music enterprise. I think a lot of the employees not all of them but several of them expressed this kind of concern with what they were seeing themselves whether it was through text messages with other employs. And saying i'm really could off by the way that he's treating this woman this girl i think there was also a lot of employees who described having to operate under the same type of restrictions that the women had to. There was one employee who said that he was punished..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"You haven't done any research. All you've done is wash your documentary. But the R Kelly one is actually has less firsthand because our Kelly one is just from the parent's perspective. But the Michael Jackson is firsthand experiences. I actually felt like in the Michael Jackson one through our them telling their stories, you're always seeing evidence caro- corroborated this robbery. They're saying like Michael would come to a house every night. And then there's pictures over in the house yet. You would send us faxes every night. And you send us as one of the weirdest thing. Yeah. Facts he used to send us letters used to write us notes used to call and leave messages, they've got all of it. He gave us memorabilia he did this. He did that you've got all of it. They got pictures. They got photos, they got everything to corroborate every detail. And I mean, even public footage of Michael with the family of Michael with the. Yeah. It's all out there. So I felt like if anything that duck. The Michael Jackson had a lot more everything I feel like it was absolutely credible. And people who are decrying the documentary are protesting it and out of protests are not watching it. I find that Iran because they're so obsessed with research, but this documentary, even if you are debt, I've interviewed totally believed. Michael Jackson is innocent. This is a documentary worth watching because it's research. It's I town to count of people who are who are accusing him of the most heinous one of the most heinous crimes, you can imagine. So even if you're dead set on Michael Jackson's innocent, these guys are fraud. You gotta watch it for the for research. At least if I'm having a discussion about a book that you haven't read you can't really talk to me about the book. If I'm it's like, you haven't watched it. How can you have a conversation about it? So I guess they're thinking they're not watch out of protest. Disagree with the concept of making a one-sided documentary or not including like, the Addo side of Michael Jackson's family, but it all just to be devil's advocate. You know, their argument is that prior to it being released at least on HBO, you know, screened a couple times think at Sundance and everything, you know, the the PR campaign already kicked into full gear to discredit the guys. So before anybody before he even had the opportunity to watch it. They had been convinced that there's no reason to because these guys, you know, don't have any credibility. Why should I listen to them? Well, and and a lot of this stuff. I hear people saying stuff like, oh, they already testified under oath. And now, they changed their mind because they're getting paid from HP L and somebody who says that is somebody who clearly hasn't watched the documentary because that's one of the main thrusts of the documentary is exploring how can you testify under oath several times for Michael Jackson? And then all of a sudden come out so hard against him. And it's it's way bigger..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"The interview to give Kelly a moment publicist help. Calm him down his publicist. That's his crisis minute. Literally. It's a crisis manager published. How can even board a crisis manager when he came in post bail can't he has no money apparently that guys working on? Well, they say he claims that he has very little cash, but I'm sure he has like assets, you know, you probably liquid cash, but. Stuff. Now, you think it's all gone at this point. I've seen reports that he's dead broke. I mean, he he he he just went back to prison for for only one hundred sixty thousand dollars in back child support that he never paid. So so some anonymous female friend came in posted one hundred thousand dollars bail for him to get out and then two weeks later, he went back into prison for one hundred sixty thousand dollars in back child support you never pay down. It really I think doesn't have any money which is crazy because at his peak success, I read he was worth a hundred and fifty million. Well, magin blowing that much money. I mean R Kelly was extraordinarily popular in the nineties. Yeah. Yes. Pretty much top. Apparently, the full interview is gonna come out tonight at Nate. Yeah. I saw some clips they were phenomenal. Yeah. They're really milking. It. I can't blatant him. It's really it's huge. I love how they're dabbing his makeup as he's having a meltdown. Ruling. Doesn't that doesn't even make sense. Why would a whole all these women? His publicist is like. Now making my job easy to. Father's told me we're going to destroy us is like dude snap out of it. Real but Kelly's emotions remained raw is real girls out. There missing is real young girls out there being -ducted being right? Okay. When I saw this. You got any leads? But it's like that argument is strange because it's like, well, you got leads. I mean. Chains. They really do have changed on their own out ended up buried, and we have to have a conversation. I don't want you just ranting at the camera came here for them the here Milton, but I knew what kind of help this is the kind of help on. Yes. What kind of help I need? Somebody to help me not have a big heart because my. That's like being at the job interview being like, well, my biggest my biggest defect is that I work too hard. I'm too good at everything. People betray me not capable you sound like you're playing the victim here you sound like R Kelly you do. The truth you're playing the victim. Just tell them the truth. And the reason I mean most Roberts. This is the first time I was able to save something have said nothing. He'll you remained tough. So thoughts. It's amazing. How I find them very not convincing. This performance was well, what's even less convincing is when he brings out his two girlfriends. Yeah. Which was. Yeah. I mean, I just for me mostly. I'm just I'm struck by by how different the reaction R Kelly is compared to Michael Jackson, and you know, people people always joke. Oh, like have you seen the Michael Jackson documentary as somehow trying to lampoon people who are like, oh, I watched the documentary and change my mind, and they act like, oh, whoa..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Avenue. Audie has tweeted a statement from the client's family. Ahead of last night's. Gayle king interview with R Kelly. As real has suffered mental mental abuse severe mental abuse at the hands of R Kelly for years R Kelly is a liar manipulator and a sociopath who must be brought to Justice for his decades of sexual assault on underage girls. All of these victims, and their parents cannot be lying. I know but Europe such a liar. I mean, why would you go to Michael avenue? At this point. I mean because at one point at least half the nation thought he was the most credible man in America, right at least half of the country was like Michael avenue is the gold standard of truth because he's saying bad things about the president. But now even that that side thinks he's a scam artist. So we now I don't know how the guy giving gets a traffic ticket John either. I don't either. Okay. So R Kelly criminally accused of sexual misconduct in two thousand and two eventually tried on child pornography charges in the same case. He was cleared on all counts in two thousand eight. And so he says look they're just digging up this stuff from the past. And this isn't true. I didn't do this here is cut one R Kelly denies don't double jeopardy me. Do you still sit here and say you have never been with underage girls? Can.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Cases to MAC there is high. In the beginning of the interview that I would not talk about. Yeah. Because of my own going case now. Okay. Okay. Fair enough. What I will tell you. This people are going back to my pass. That's exactly what they do to going back to the past trying to at all of this stuff now to that. So yeah to make all this stuff that's going on. Now. Of course, feels real. But the past is relevant was he was underage girl. Absolutely. No, not why. Because for one I'd beat my case. Yeah. When you beat you're quite double jeopardy me like that. It's not fair. Nobody when you beat your case you'd be case. Have you ever been with underage women? Well, I can't talk about the two times I have been with underage women. But let me tell you know. Of course, not I love that. That's great. I told you before the interview started. I couldn't talk about the times that I did things that were wrong. So then say that he said, I can't talk about that that case the two to in that case. And he's but what he's saying is and in the way, he has a good point. You can't double jeopardy me. Sentence. Let alone a good point. I said. And tell me where this is where this is wrong. Okay. You tried me for that? I beat that case. I one. Isn't a court of law, obviously, she's trying to get to the bottom of weather. This is an ongoing issue for him. He saying basic, let's be honest. What his translation of what he's saying is. Yeah, I did that before remember he was charged with child pornography, which is and that was you can make as a legitimate case. There were ten counts. They weren't all child pornography. That was that was part of it that was part of it. Yeah. Because I mean, the big part was it was on video. And it was there was never a it was kind of one of those things where he was never during trying to sell his video to child porn, connoisseurs key. Just I was a videotape. It was a sex tape. If I remember, right. Here's why he lost that case case or yeah. He won the case is because the girl said I was fourteen at the time and two other witnesses said that that wasn't her. So she said that was me, and I was fourteen and two other witnesses that knew the girl said, no that's not her or she wasn't at the time. It was they couldn't prove that that was that was her and that was her age, right? And bottom line is he can't you can't throw them back in prison for that. And just saying that he did something wrong along time ago. Does not prove that he's doing something wrong today. And that's I think his argument here that being said if your past is I've been charged with child pornography and have had sex with underage girls multiple times. Perhaps you never go near another female the rest of your life. That's an answer. That's what that's what he said. Let me lake. No. That's not what he said. No, no, no, no, no later. He let's see if it's in cut to here's cut too. But I'm not talking about the one case in which you were quitted, I'm talking about the other cases where women have come forward. R Kelly had sex with me when I was under the age of eighteen R Kelly was abusive to me emotionally, and physically and verbally R Kelly took me to black room where unspeakable things happen. This is what they're saying about these aren't old rumor schrool, whether they're almost new home. Do you not true? Play cut three, please. And correct me. If I'm wrong that you have never held anybody against their will. Well, I'm stupid never album Kelly with all I've been through in my way way pass to whole somebody let alone for fast, six fifty. You say it why how stupid would I be to do that? I didn't say.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Say it in the beginning of the interview that I would not talk about because of my own going case now, okay? Okay. I will tell you. This people are going back to my pass. That's exactly what they do going back to the bass trying to at all of this stuff now to that. So yeah, make all of this stuff that's going on. Now, of course feels real to people, but the past is relevant with you with underage girls. -solutely? No us not why. Because for one I beat my case. Yeah. You beat your head double jeopardy me. Like that. It's not fair. It's not bad. And nobody when you beat your case, you'd be okay. Have you ever been with underage women? Well, I can't talk about the two times I have been with underage women. But let me tell you know. Of course, not I love that. That's great. I told you before the interview started. I couldn't talk about the times that I did things that were wrong. So then say that he said, I can't talk about that that that case a two to in that case he's but what he's saying is and in the way, he has a good point. You can't double jeopardy me. Sentence. Let alone a good point. I know. But he is said. And tell me where this is where this is wrong. Okay. You tried me for that? I beat that case. I one now. Now. Court of law, obviously, she's trying to get to the bottom of weather. This is an ongoing issue for him. He saying basic, let's be honest. What his translation of what he's saying is. Yeah, I did that before the remember he was charged with child pornography, which is and that was you can make us a legitimate case. There were ten counts of they weren't all child pornography. That was that was part of it. That was part of it. Yeah. I mean, the big part was it was on video. And and it was there was never a it was kind of one of those things where he was never during trying to sell his video to child porn connoisseurs. Just I was videotaped. It was a sex tape. If I remember, right. Here's why he lost that case case or yeah. He won the case is because the girl said I was fourteen at the time and two other witnesses said that that wasn't her. So she said that was me, and I was fourteen and two other witnesses that knew the girl said, no that's not her or she wasn't teen at the time. It was a they couldn't prove that that was that was her and that was her age, right and bottom line is he can't you can't throw them back in prison for that. And and just saying that he did something wrong along time ago. Does not prove that he's doing something wrong today. And that's I think his argument here that being said if your past is I've been charged with child pornography and have had sex with underage girls. Multiple times. Perhaps you never go near another female the rest of your life. That's an answer. That's what that's. He said let me like no that's not what he said. No, no, no, no later. He let's see if it's in to here's cut too. But I'm not talking about the one case in which you were acquitted. I'm talking about the other cases where women have come forward and said R Kelly had sex with me when I was under the age of eighteen R Kelly was abusive to me, emotionally, and physically and verbally. Okay. Our Kelly took me in a black room where unspeakable things happen. This is what they're saying about trees. Are these aren't old rumor schrool whether they're almost numerous? Not true. Play cut three. Please correct me if I'm wrong that you have never held anybody against their will. Well, I'm out stupid with Kelly with all been through in my way, you pass the whole somebody. Let alone four fastest fifty. You say why how stupid would I be to do that? I didn't say.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"How did fans react to that? And other developments that came into public view reporting by the Chicago Sun-Times the police investigation, how did fans react to R Kelly the artist and R Kelly the man, I don't think people make distinction between our Kelly the artists and R Kelly the man and that may be part of the problem. You know, there's a six year gap between when our Kelly Mary's Leah. And when Jim regardless is first story come out in Chicago pay. It was kind of a joke. No one really took it seriously. People were kind of like, oh, wow. He married a leash. She's only fifteen but it never had any traction in the way that I thought it would. I assumed it would be like, you know, what it was in nineteen fifties. When Jerry Lee Lewis, married his thirteen year old cousin and effectively his career ended, you know, he continued to perform, but he never again reached the heights that he he wants had that didn't happen at all with our Kelly. He just kept putting music out the music kept selling and the conscious kept selling it almost felt like like nobody cared. And then when the when the stories come out in Chicago papers about our Kelly. There was this kind of people whistled disgusted and annoyed. But it didn't really do anything to his career at if that's the thing. I never quite understood. Like, you know, you had all of these details in the story about R Kelly hanging out at McDonalds hanging out at high schools and picking up underage girls, and it never stopped his momentum. As. An artist it was it was it was really disconcerting him that. Then you had to ask yourself. Why that was? You know? I'm just looking at some of the details here. He's the one of the best selling music artists in the US with over thirty million albums sold listed by billboard is the.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

"He just liked and likes. I'm sure young girls as young as fourteen years old when he was almost thirty. So I don't think that at least in the docu series. Didn't talk about what kind of things these girls would wear anything like that. It was just the fact that he liked young girls. And they did talk about like, the one of the psychologists said that it was more of when you are. And again this. I'm not a doctor. I'm not a psychologist. I'm just going off what I saw. Our Kelly was molested as are a lot of sexual predators. And at a very young age, they confuse sex with power and and stuff like that. And so I don't know if it necessarily has anything to do with what people are wearing or how they're acting. It may or may not I don't know. I'm not a doctor. I didn't say I was but he just liked the girls. And that's where it's like sick. So I just don't understand like how you can. And it might sound insensitive. But I don't understand how you can be thirty. But like somebody who's fourteen like, Tim me. That's just. Weird or like just only attracted to people in that age. He said that in when they showed like interviews and stuff like that that. He felt as though like his sexual. I don't wanna say desires his sexual. What's the word? I'm looking for like when you become sexually active essentially, hit those kinds of curiosities and things were kind of brought. Brought up to him and awakened way before that they should have been right? So like if you're seeing sex having sex being sexually abused from such young age. You're kind of more aware of those things, and you know. Moving forward. You're more likely. I believe to then repeat those same things done to you as you get older. And then I think that's where you have to watch it. Honestly, it's really hard for me to like sit here and think about it because I'm like disturbed, and I have nothing to do with it. I cannot believe that people in the industry have let it let it go on for so long, and he was acquitted of pretty much everything he was found not guilty. And then like on the completely other side of it the fourteen year old that was on the tape claim that it wasn't her. And so did her parents they like denied that it was her. Oh, wow. And so I'm like. You know, there are obviously it's hard for victims to come forward. And I'm guilty of it too. I never because people don't believe you or they do blame the victim. And so it's like you're supposed to go to these people that you trust when something happens to you. But you don't know if they're going to listen to you if they're going to believe you. They don't take you. Seriously, nothing happens. And then you're scared. There's a lot of things that play into it. But in this instance, it was like, you know, she had people advocating for her. And she didn't her and her family. They didn't they said it wasn't her on tape. And then the basketball coach the aunt other the another young girl who was in videos as well. That was being abused by our Kelly had testified that it was her and she still didn't come forward. And so he got he was found not guilty. And it's just like the fact that his team would go basically scout like R Kelly would say, oh, I like that girl. I like that girl knowing full well they were underage, and he would still his team would get them for him. And it was heartsick. What makes it more sick? Like, the people that are going and seeking these girls out knowing that this person has like such a problem like up. That's just not. It's not okay. I've known about the Kelly thing for a long time. But I didn't see I didn't know. I had. No, the only thing that I remember as I remember as a kid like hearing or younger rather hearing. About the video where he's like peeing all over this girl. And that's and they made it like a joke. It was became like a punchline and stuff like it was, you know, but you have to remember this is a fourteen year old girl..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"But then you say yes to everybody for got. Yeah. So in private, right? But that's the thing. That's like all these celebrities who slip and say like the N word, or if a guy says the c word you're like you use that in private, you know, what I mean? Is all the time. But I never said the end with my life, not you. But I mean, this is the proverbial you it. When somebody's like, oh, so slipped and said, the N word, let's say dream about this last night areas that somebody who feels that they can get away with it in private or with their friends the use it, and they haven't practiced not using. Right. So then every once in a while, you'll slip up. Now, I think girls can say the word. I don't think it's appropriate for me. I think it depend- depends on how you use it. If you're if use condescending way to it someone then you know, that you're one time to describe one person very specifically because she's very way. And I didn't even say it like loudly angrily. I was like the only way to describe this person that they're editing seaward and people were like. Wow. And I was like that's how you know. How I feel about this right? One individual say something to take it to that next one because she's a bitch. Like, there's a lot of bitches, right? And yeah, you have to be able to explain. How far like how much you loathe was more When news? you said hate R Kelly hate right now, we're using that word you use. When it comes in it. We can say. Doesn't really deserve anymore empathy. Doesn't deserve anything two thousand general. I I literally feel like they should all be locked up in. 'cause the thing. That's that's such a challenge that you might get some people who are like well, everybody deserves second chance of above Nottingham. He's sick. He was corrupted so long ago, whatever happened to him as a child and everything that set this behavior. He's now in his fifties. Like, he's never come to Jesus. Now. There's no road to Damascus moment for this person. I mean. Yeah. Now, he's fucked up. It's his there's no turning back. And you know, the fact that he's been free to do this for over twenty five years is just disgusting to get away with it. He really buddy doesn't like Aries buddy wants to his. Buddy included the dog barking last week. Checking buddy, he knows that when we talk. He's not supposed to giving us the signal. It's fine. Just wanted to talk about some of this stuff. But next week. We have a great show. I know he's excited to we're going to be in studio. We're gonna take pictures show called can we kick it which I t's lightly before. But the the two hosts are great, and I think you guys are gonna have a lot of fun. Okay. I'm excited kick it. I think we can come in full makeup. Bring your paintcare. Okay. I'm late you, and I can take some photos together to hate myself in picture. So you we're going to have to just make sure that tons and you can you can approve don't I'm not that person. You can have just you're going to have to make sure like me and Ryan will decide. Yeah. And we'll do we can do our like back to back arms. Folded picture for. It's going to be great awesome. But yes, so I guess besides that it must be a wrap. Did someone say route hit it? Kelly and jail Edrich. You're a pedophile and fucking pressure by hate. I hate I hate I hate I hate a hate you. Hey. Most clever rap of ever heard. Hey, hey, hey, hey, you. Talented. It's it's hard to be like, what do you call it virtual triple threat. Yes. That's you know, what else. Thanks for listening to brandy Glanville, unfiltered, download new episodes every week. And if you haven't already subscribe and be sure to leave us a rating and review and while you're at it. Check out some of the other great shows available on straw hut. Media..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"On January two thousand thirteen after they got back from the tour R Kelly had kitty Jones moved out of his Trump Tower apartment and into a room in his recording studio, she claimed she learned later that Kelly was moving another girl into the Trump Tower apartment. But at the time she thought they were just both kind of transitioning over to a new place. Now are Kelly never told her this. But she says she eventually grew to realize she was living with two other women in the rooms attached to our Kelly's recording studio. You did his best to stop the women from learning about each other the rooms were filled with cameras and the women weren't allowed to leave without getting his permission. I it's a testament to the degree of control. He was exercising over these people that it actually took a while for Jones to realize she wasn't alone. Yeah. When kitty Jones did something R Kelly defined as misbehaving he'd take away her phone for two months since she had to Texan to do stuff like use the bathroom or eat this affectively cut her off from being able to maintain a central biological functions. She claims it was March two thousand thirteen before she actually met another one of our Kelly's girlfriends seems like the wrong word. She says he brought the woman in naked and said I raised her trained this bitch. This is my pet then he made the other woman perform oral sex on her Kelly describes the next chunk of their relationship as six months of hell. So you'll centrally grooming them to point and then cutting them off from their regular lives relationships. So that they started the things a Colt does. Yeah, he's doing all of the things that Colt does except for inventing his own language. I guess single Hannibal. Maybe I mean, he had a to call him. Daddy. Like, there's probably more coded-language. They had to use. You're right. You're right. And there's the Rolling Stone. Article includes images of the texts and stuff they've got her phone like Tex, she would send him saying like I need this food or like can I go to the bathroom and stuff like that? So like some of this is documented again, not illegal this their consensual relationships that work like this or at least at times there are some like twenty four seven. So again, we're not condemning that. But clearly kitty was not giving enthusiastic consent. Right. And then wait. So the thing on stage she signs a waiver on stage. Yeah. Yeah. It was part of like again act. So the heel gimmick is that that's I think the gimmick is that he's pleasure in a random woman. Oh, so insatiable or whatever. But the waiver. I think it's just because it's funny to be as legal or something. Yeah. I mean, like, oh, you're going to get hurt because I'm so good. Yeah. Something like that speaking of enthusiastic consent. You remember when I said that a couple of sentences ago, sure. Do you know what I love meeting friends after work at a local brewery, maybe gathering around an old barrel or something sipping a well-crafted juicy IP while discussing personal finance, Matt, buddy. You're totally speaking my language, except I'm pretty sure most peeps in this scenario aren't talking about money with their friends because that's a super awkward topic. Why does everyone make it so weird, dude? I know right. It doesn't have to be that awkward game. And we'd like to talk about personal finance, especially weekly in my dining room over a craft beer on our podcast how to money whether we're talking about ways to cut your grocery Bill creating side hustles or traveling the world on less. We're having conversations about personal finance and how it relates to normal people who want to enjoy life in also be money smart. That's right. We're all about making these topics relatable and enjoyable, so it's something you'll want to talk about the next time.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"He had you can't change without understanding what growth means defendant the interview my explaining I believe in forgiveness believe in second chances. It's very nice thing from for her to do. So. Very cool. Surviving R Kelly is folks are Kelly damn damn damn. Surviving r Kelly's also caught the attention of Georgia DA. Is under investigation. Oh now are Kelly has another problem, and he can think he can Fank lifetime surviving art Kelly docu series, which has led to him being under investigation by thirties and Georgia. For those of you who don't know lifetime channel, aired a three day docu series on our Kelly called surviving R Kelly, and I gotta tell you. I finished watching watching it this morning and. It was very compelling. Very compelling. Once you start watching it, you you can't stop. Very enlightening. So I recommend everybody gets to check it out and decide for themselves. What they think about what's been said. So. It says. Yep. Not only was the public Lou to their TV sets the series. But so were folks in the Fulton.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"So like the people were talking about on. This are probably not the only people who could come forward with allegations. If they hadn't already gotten paid and signed in India with the Weinstein thing literally the month. After those two cases rubber Kelly was charged again this time with filming illegal sex videos. This is the are Kelly case you've all heard about the P tape because the actress in this tape that was circulating underground was allegedly underage. Kelly was charged with twenty one counts of making child pornography. So the backstory of this one is a little bit interesting. So we're gonna hear back for a little bit to November of two thousand when Kelly released the album teepee to number one debut on the billboard albums checked. It featured two number one Rb hits. I wish in fiesta. It also featured songs like the greatest sex and feeling on your booty the album reviewer for the Chicago Sun-Times was Jim deroga-. He wrote this about it one minute. He's grabbing his privates and bragging of being like a real freak the next. He's drawing on his gospel roots, and once again paying homage to his due to parted mom on the lush and touching single. I wish prince Marvin Gaye and Al green all showed that in the right circumstances. Sex and prayer can be the same thing. Kelly has yet to combine the two in one song. So he has yet to make the transcendent record. He's been promising throughout his career is Lear shifts from church street corner are still so jarring that they can give you whiplash. So you can tell they're deroga- has hardly came into the Kelly cases a hater. But it was probably this review that would contain the seeds of Robert Kelly's down. Fall or at least probable downfall, one of our Kelly's assistance read the review and sent this letter to deroga-. You're at about R Kelly and compared him to Marvin Gaye, we'll I guess Marvin Gaye had problems too. But I don't think that were like Roberts Roberts problem is young girls. I've known Robert for many years, and I've tried to get him to get help. But he just won't do it. So I'm telling you about it hoping that you or someone at your newspaper will write an article about it, and then Robert will have no choice, but to get help into stop hurting people. He's hurting this is one of his assistants. Yeah. So we will talk about what comes this later. But before we get back to the R Kelly sex tape, you know, what's better than a sex tape that is probably child pornography? This is not a good effort. Boy, we're spiralling anything celsius the only energy drink currently on this table. That's also not involved at all in our Kelly sex cry alleged sex crimes. Here's some other ads that paid us..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Hello friends. I'm Robert Evanston. This is once again behind the bastards the show where we tell you everything you don't know about the very worst people in all of history. And today, we have a special guest who we will be talking about a special subject with the guest. Not a bastard is Theresa Theresa. I could be a bastard. Well, I don't know. What is the technical definition like that? No, no, dad. No, mom, runaway dads went away. Then you're vested, right. Jeff you dad's gone yet. Yes. Yes. Okay review. We don't use it for that anymore. Really? I made a mistake of getting a bag cookies right before the started. And I was like I'll just stack, but you can't eat cookies on a podcast. You can't eat cookies on a podcast. You can't eat air. I was gonna say the truth. Oh, yes. You can. Okay. We'll look at those transitions. Great today. We're talking about someone who we will be catching some fire on Twitter for talking about what do, you know about our Kelly? Well, I I don't know. I know I think I know enough like, I know what was big news. But I never decided to like open up the book and deep dive into our Kelly. So there may be things that are surprising to me. But I will say just before his podcast. I was like let me look at all his songs again just to remind myself. And I forgot that he's saying the space. Samsung. So I believe I can fly. So now, I'm like rethinking plane long my head outside of that. Like were you ever a fan of his music? Do you remember any particular albums that like I never used to buy albums as a kid? So he was sort of in his heyday, his popular songs, I would you know, play and sing along to and dance too. But I I wasn't a big album buyer until pretty much in the last couple years because I wasn't really allowed to as a kid. I would say, yeah. If similar experience with him to wear like is a nineties kid. I heard a lot of R Kelly songs, but I liked I did like a lot. I didn't ever attribute it to him. It was one of those things where it's like I like this new song o R Kelly. But it wasn't like I stand for our Kelly. He was just a big part of like the soundtrack of the late nineties, and autzen particular I like that. I'm a flirt song. I think does he think I'm in love with the Barton was no that was definitely not right to t pain. That's right. Okay. So but. His air. He's around that era. I feel like the T paint songs on the radio R Kelly sounds around the radio. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, he like either fun to grind to that sort of thing definitely fund to grind to. I think he has a couple of songs with grind in the name. So let's hear about the fact that he probably has a sex cult like he's the kind of a child pornographer. Right. Isn't that a thing people like know him for people, but wasn't she also underage? We'll be getting into that. It's actually very tough to answer that question definitively. Like, it's one of those things like where pretty much everyone's like, but legally he actually got off. No, right. Because there's no proof way. This does remind me real quick. Speaking of R Kelly the song, I'm Aflou when I was I was a tech. I was technically, but nothing bad happened. But I was bad. I have to preface that some people don't get uncomfortable. But that's on. I remember I worked out a YMCA camp. I I'm ran I was like kind of talking to in the way seventeen. Do a very innocently doing nothing. But to to a twenty one year old football player has ever and we Stanford. Yeah. We grind to that song fancy as summers. But okay, you grind it kind of introvert to our Kelly because technically I was underage oh seventeen years old. So yeah, I was kind of like o R Kelly. Hey, cool. Get over here and get maybe put yourself in a questionable position. I understand. Right. Seventeen is the age of consent for grind dancing, the seaboard? He was respectful. I feel like it was he was like let's see how your ago, and I will not you know, what I mean. Like, I feel like he was like, it's crazy..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on The Big Story

"So in the music culture, you have a lot of enablers, you have a lot of handlers and all of these layers. This idea of our Kelly's tore manager and personal assistant sort of going out to malls and high schools in recruiting girls to come back stage to the green room to come to concerts. This has been going on in the music industry since Jesus right? So our Kelly is just a symptom of a much larger problem I'd say in the music industry being someone who kind of dabbles in my publicity my mic. My company would do it with a lot of musicians. And there is a culture of kind of like, hey, let's go out in the audience and get, you know, young girls in the great's disgusting, what kinds of dark little secrets were being passed around. Because there's one one instance, the thing that surviving R Kelly kind of brings into the light is not just the very well publicized trial that he had regarding that sex tape. But then everything that came afterwards. The allegations of keeping young women sort of trapped at his house, I won't get into all the other horrible things that that they the survivors themselves say in their own words, but there's there's. The difference between that stuff coming too late in a court of law. And then the next ten plus years of like, these whispers, and how loud were those whispers in the community, and what did people inside the music business kind of know before this documentary came out, the interesting thing with our Kelly is, you know, you know, hindsight is twenty twenty as we looked back as an forward. I mean, he his art imitated his life. And I can't believe that you know, he produces the Lia. Let's go back there. He produces the Leah's debut album age ain't nothing but a number..

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"r. kelly" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the documentary is what I brought the possible abuse to public attention. His Mirta Leah a music sensation in her own right in the mid nineties in one thousand nine hundred four Kelly, then twenty seven married Leah with the time with only fifteen but according to the documentary on the wedding certificate. She was listed as eighteen in one thousand nine hundred five their marriage was annulled Elliott died in a plane crash in two thousand and one but accusations about Kelly have never gone away in a pair of lawsuits in one thousand nine hundred six and in two thousand one the singer was accused of having sex with underage girls. When fifteen the other seventeen both settled out of court, then two thousand two a video surfaced that appeared to show R Kelly having sex with a different teenage girl and committing degrading acts Kelly was indicted by Chicago grand jury on twenty one counts of child pornography. The trial was delayed and in two thousand eight Kelly was found not guilty on all counts. After the victim in the video refused to testify last year. There were more accusations that Kelly was trapping women any sex, call taking away their phones and limiting contact with their families are Kelly has denied all the allegations and the documentary and in other investigations last year, his representatives issued a statement that said in part latte, men and women have been lynched for having sex or for being accused of it. We will vigorously resist this attempted public lynching of a black, man. Black women don't get the same recognition a protest campaign. Using the hashtag are Kelly has grown it calling for a boycott of his music and for streaming services to remove his songs from their platforms. But Spotify and other platforms still stream his music. In fact, his streaming numbers grew after the documentary aired. R.

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"r. kelly" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"r. kelly" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Mill. Mill. That was the trailer for the documentary series surviving R Kelly R Kelly has been accused of abuse predatory behavior pedophilia throughout his career. But despite damning evidence and moulting witnesses. He's been able to avoid criminal conviction Kelly married, the late singer Aaliyah in nineteen ninety four when she was just fifteen he was twenty seven the couple denied the marriage took place. It was later annulled in two thousand two Kelly was indicted for possession of child pornography after a tape surface that appeared to show him having sex with a teenage girl. A jury found him not guilty in two thousand eight after deciding they could not identify the girl for many years. Kelly reached out of court settlements with women who accused him of abuse some who sign nondisclosure agreements that kept them from speaking out about the allegations after however after a two. Thousand seventeen BuzzFeed article reported R Kelly keeping women against their will in an abusive, Colt survivors, and parents of victims have come forward with new allegations about his sexual mental and physical abuse. This is Angelo and Alice Clary parents as real Clary who met R Kelly when she was seventeen. The way the head exit was third aback. During that time, we've waiting and waiting and waiting kinda give a little nervous went to the corn away to the P was and then that's she exit backside state. State. Told us he asked that he saying. I liked it. So he gave a number to contact him. Final right away. But she moved secretly. I guess. Calmness. Useful. Taught me. With. Did this happen? Shot. That was from the documentary series surviving R Kelly, and we'll be speaking with ngelo clarion, less Vegas in a moment. The series will rear in its entirety on lifetime on Friday, January eleventh while for more we are going.

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