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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Planned at the Texas state Capitol and violent extremists who may seek to exploit constitutionally protected events. Unquote, McGraw said additional DPS personnel and re sources have been deployed that they are working closely with the FBI and the Austin Police Department to monitor events and enforce the rule of law. San Antonio woman accused of election fraud is fighting back against the charges. Wook eyes Michael board reports. Rachel Rodriguez was arrested this week after an investigation by the Texas attorney General's Office, which claims there's evidence that she was involved in ballot harvesting before the 2020 election. But her attorney, Nico LaHood, wonders why she was cuffed before the case even went to a grand jury selection. Right now, the election's over by two months, and there's not another one for another 10 11 months, so I don't know the clear and present danger. The allegations came to light back in October after a video by Project Veritas Kat Rodriguez on camera bragging about election fraud. She has sensed denied the claims, saying she was playing along with the activist to see what he was up to. Michael Board. NewsRadio 1200 Wook I a pair prominent Texas Republicans will be on hand to watch President elect Joe Biden take the oath of office. Brian shook as Texas senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn have both confirmed they plan to attend Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. The news comes after crews faced backlash for leading a group of senators. In an attempt to challenge the electoral college votes. The effort quickly fizzled after a violent mob attacked the U. S capitol. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio 1200 W away. I on my heart radio. I'm Eric. Like, um NewsRadio 1200 W away. I From the W away I traffic center Well, Good morning. Look out for construction. Closing the exit ramp there on leap 60, now boarding westbound on highway 2 81 gun. Expect a five minute delay back from Redland Road as well as more construction, blocking the connecting roadway there on Wesley for 10 North Bend it how we want to be one. Now That same project is actually causing issues and having 1 51 eastbound at least 14 as well. If you see any traffic problems called to 10785 26 Year one, General Smith's radio 200.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Fox is Lucas Tomlinson. Erica is listening to Fox News. No W AWAY I local news, a San Antonio woman accused of election fraud is fighting back against the charges. Wook eyes Michael board reports. Rachel Rodriguez was arrested this week after an investigation by the Texas Attorney General's office. Which claims there's evidence that she was involved in Balad harvesting before the 2020 election. But her attorney, Nico LaHood, wonders why she was cuffed before the case even went to a grand jury selection. Right now, the election's over by two months, and there's not another one for another 10 11 months, so I don't know the clear and present danger. The allegations came to light back in October after a video by Project Veritas, Kat Rodriguez on camera bragging about election fraud. She has since denied the claims, saying she was playing along with the activist to see what he was up to. Michael Board. NewsRadio 1200 Wook I, A pair of prominent Texas Republicans will be on hand to watch President elect Joe Biden take the oath of office. Brian shook report. Texas Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn have both confirmed they plan to attend Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. The news comes after crews faced backlash for leading a group of senators in an attempt to challenge the electoral college votes. Effort quickly fizzled after a violent mob attacked the U. S. Capitol. Despite Tech problems plaguing the rollout of its covert vaccination site, Austin Public Health has managed to give out 4000 doses in three days. Austin Public Health servers crashed his people were signing up for vaccination appointments. Thousands of more doses of the covert 19 vaccine is set to be available next week in San Antonio, but those eligible to get the shot after called to make an appointment. Well met announced this morning that 9000 more doses of the vaccine will be available Locations on the South and west sides of the city. For those in the phase one A and one b groups get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio. 1200 Wook I on my heart radio. I'm Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200 w O A. I From the W away I traffic.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Reason whatsoever that the federal government couldn't ship back directly to the city of San Antonio and eliminate any sort of middle man, Bridger said. Bayer County as a whole is requesting 30,000 doses of the vaccine per week. There are currently more than one million people who are eligible, but spots fill up immediately because supplies of the doses have been so limited. Covert 19 hospital numbers and Bear County could be turning a corner. Mayor Ron Nirenberg reported 1407 covert patients in area hospitals yesterday, marking the second day in a row where the number of hospitalizations declined too early to tell yet if this is a trend, well, we certainly Are hopeful that that may be the case. The mayor said The latest numbers are encouraging, but warned that the hospital system is still under severe stress. A San Antonio woman who is accused of election fraud is fighting back against the charges. Wook eyes Michael board reports. Rachel Rodriguez was arrested this week after an investigation by the Texas attorney general's Office, which claims there's evidence that she was involved in Balad harvesting before the 2020 election. But her attorney, Nico LaHood, wonders why she was cuffed before the king. I even went to a grand Jerry. There's no election. Right now. The election's over by two months, and there's not another one for another 10 11 months, so I don't know the clear and present danger. The allegations came to light back in October after a video by Project Veritas Kat Rodriguez on camera bragging about election fraud. She has sensed denied the claims, saying she was playing along with the activist to see what he was up to. Michael Board. NewsRadio 1200 Wook I, the Triple A Texas weekend, Gas Watch, says the statewide average gas prices to 12 a gallon for regular unleaded That price is up 13 cents from a week ago, But it's 15 cents less than a year ago. Theatrics gas price in Texas broke a 301 day streak below $2 a gallon last weekend, the national average is below 2 38 get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio 1200 W away I on my heart radio. I'm Marco Marino. NewsRadio 1200. W O A. I. It's a crazy.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And don Prior had it here on the tide of Don show. How about this story out of San Antonio? This woman arrested for committing voter fraud in the November elections. E thought that stuff didn't happen. I thought none of that ever happened out there in America. Did Anton well, it'd pay Rachel Rodriguez, she's accused of voter harvesting. Leading up to the election. She's facing charges of election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Rodriguez. She was the one that was in that project Veritas video last fall where she was, she said she could deliver melon votes for cash. The video was captured by retired federal agents who are now private investigators. And she was the one who was trying to help people, you know, fill out their ballots. Are you sure this is the one? You want A boy? You know this? Is this the one? You sure you don't want him? You know you You want it? You don't want to vote for John Cornyn. Do you want to vote for that? You don't do this. And you know that you saw the video, and I'm starting to think. Was there anything like this when it comes to prop a in Austin? Goodness gracious because no body has ever called this show to say they supported property, not increasing their city property taxes 24. 4% not one we need to call after call on the other side, I I'm just curious if some of these things people that we're getting the balance the to Mellie and locally in Travis County, they went door to door, helping people fill them out and pick him up. I just wanted that they had additional information to help people vote a certain way. Well, either directly or indirectly through, you know, mind games in this that in the other, and certainly the wording of the ballot themselves at the at the polling locations which for a lot of people just made it look like Oh, this is great. Yes, Absolutely. I love trains. Love bicycles. Love. Love This love that, Uh, yes, I mean, bottom line. People were manipulated one way or another. Yeah. And let's see. Marry in South Austin. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, guys. Are you doing? Yes. Well, listen, you know, uh, far is, uh, you know, one guy earlier talking about his daughter and tech talk and everything James called in earlier, and he's got a 13 year old in eighth grader that comes home from school talking politics, and he's got the wrong information after staring into our social media accounts. Correct in and it the hard thing right now is that of course, we know that history is not being taught properly in our schools, and the only advice I have for parents nowadays is to sit down with their Children themselves. And do history. Lessons of what pull pot did But now say Tongue did a look of the information control in China who supports Tic Tac so Uh, teaching Children that and then comparing that to even the way that the left has information control under mainstream media, how you could go to rules for radicals and look how they teach people how to devalue and dehumanize their enemy. Because that's the way to cause hate fear chaos and that's what people do when they want to, you know, take over Mary. Listen, the United States has been invaded by the CCP. The Chinese Communist government has invaded the United States. It began with them buying up real estates all across this country. In fact, in fact, I think it was October November of 2019, where Mayor Steve Adler was posting pictures shaken hands with Chinese officials trying to encourage them to invest more dollars into Austin, Texas, buying property and that sort of thing. They one of the salvos in this digital war that China has launched against us. Was to unleash, maybe not unleash, but at least give us some disinformation. When it comes to this virus. It was a year ago this week that the Chinese Communist told us that this virus could not be spread human to human. That was exactly a year ago this week, Mary Yes, correct. And And if I could add real quick since you brought that up, eh? So well, is that this poster that's being put out by the FBI about these, You know, you know, go to your capital with armed and stuff..

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Give working families a $1400 per person check to help pay their bills, bringing their total relief payment from this and the December down payment to $2000. A separate promise is still on track. Transition officials are confident they'll be able to make changes to the current vaccination plan to quickly get 50 million people. Two doses of the cove in 19 vaccine A senior transition officials said. As we've seen, the states are scrambling, there was really no plan to get needles in arms, and there's been very little coordination, so we're going to do just the opposite. This is a whole of government efforts, and it will start by making sure that we get 100 million shots done. In the 1st 100 days. Texas is leading the nation in Corona virus vaccine distribution, becoming the first to administer one million vaccines. The CDC says. Texas ranks third from last in the number of vaccines distributed per 100 residents. Texas distributes just over seven doses for every 100 people. San Antonio Bear County have received more than 154,000 Corona virus vaccine since December, and city leaders want to change the way the coded vaccine is delivered. Right now. The shots are shipped to Texas and in the state distributes the vaccine, Interim health director Dr Colleen Bridger says. That's part of what's causing the mess. We're in for more vaccine, both Through the state, but also to the federal government. SAN Antonio City leaders have shot a letter to President elect Joe Biden asking that covert vaccines be sent straight to the city. There are currently more than one million people who are eligible, but appointments are limited. I'm Beth Myers News Radio 1200 W away, I had thousands of more doses of the vaccine are said to be available next week in San Antonio. But those eligible to get the shot have to call to make an appointment first well met announced today that 9000 more doses of the vaccine will be available. Locations on the south and west sides of the city. For those in phase one A and one B groups, the covert 19 hotline to schedule an appointment will reopen at eight o'clock tomorrow morning. That toll free number is 833968 17 45 8339681745 Walk INS will not be accepted. Police are investigating after a man with gunshot wounds was dropped off at a fire station on the city's west side last night. Firefighters say the 43 year old man had been shot twice before he turned up at the station on South Hamilton near San Luis, shortly after 9 P.m.. The man is now in critical condition in the hospital. Officers are looking for the suspects in the shooting, as well as the person who dumped the victim at the fire station. San Antonio woman accused of election fraud is denying the allegations. Attorney Nico LaHood, who's representing Rachel Rodriguez says it's concerning that she was arrested this week because she is not a danger to the community. This case wasn't presented to a grand jury. That's why there's not an indictment to review because the grand jury is not review this evidence. The allegations of ballot harvesting came to light back in October, and LaHood wonders why it took this long to bring charges at the time. A worker for Project Veritas Kat Rodriguez, on camera Bragging about election fraud. She has since denied the claim, saying she was playing along with the activist to see what he was up to. Ah, Federal execution was carried out last night and another is scheduled for today. Convicted killer Corey Johnson was literally injected at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. He'd been convicted for his involvement in the 1992 Richmond crime spree that left 11 people dead. In his final statement, saying he was sorry for his crimes and at peace. Friday, the government plans to execute Dustin Higgs, who ordering the murder of three young women in Maryland. A judge had earlier stayed both men's executions because they were recovering from covert 19. The federal appeals court lifted. This stays on the Supreme Court declined to hear the appeals. Higgs is the last federal inmates scheduled for execution. President elect Biden has pledged to end the use of the federal death penalty. Beloved television icon. Betty White has a birthday this weekend. By the time I got the high school the kids had made up this really mean nickname for me just because I had hairy legs what they call you Rose with hairy legs. Golden Girls. Actress turns 99 On Sunday she plans to stay home due to the pandemic and feed the two ducks, who come to visit her every day. Americans have lottery fever this weekend as both mega millions and Powerball have jackpots of over half a billion dollars. Tonight's mega Millions. Jackpot is worth 750 million with the cash option of 550 million. Tomorrow's Powerball jackpot is worth $640 million, or 478 million in cash. W away I news time, a 37 traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first, a check of your money and the world of business as trading is already underway. We welcome in Ed Cory live at the Bloomberg News Desk. Good morning, Jeremy turns out retail sales fell.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Still on track. Transition officials are common. They'll be able to make changes to the current vaccination plan to quickly get 50 million people. Two doses of the covert 19 vaccine, a senior transition officials said. As we've seen, the states are scrambling, there was really no plan to get needles in arms, and there's been very little coordination, so we're going to do just the opposite. This is a whole of government efforts, and it will start by making sure that we get 100 million shots done in the 1st 100 days, and Texas is leading the nation and Corona virus vaccine distribution, becoming the first to administer one In vaccines. But the CDC says the lone Star state ranks third from last and the number of vaccines distributed for 100 residents. Texas distributes just over seven doses for every 100 people. San Antonio in Barry County have received more than 154,000 Corona virus vaccine since December, and city leaders want to change the way that the covert vaccine is delivered. Right now. The shots are shipped to Texas and in the state distributes the vaccine, Interim health director Dr Colleen Bridger says. That's part of what's causing the mess we're in. We will continue to advocate for more vaccine. Both Through the state, but also to the federal government. SAN Antonio City leaders have shot a letter to President elect Joe Biden asking that covert vaccines be sent straight to the city. There are currently more than one million people who are eligible, but appointments are limited. I'm Beth Myers News Radio 1200 W Away I On Thursday, Bear County reported 1829 covert cases, along with 19 more deaths that occurred over the past 14 days. Police are investigating after a man with gunshot wounds was dropped off at a fire station on the city's west side. Firefighters say the 43 year old man had been shot twice before he turned up at the station on South Hamilton near San Luis, shortly after 9 P.m.. The man is now hospitalized in critical condition. Officers are looking for the suspects in the shooting, as well as the person who dumped the victim at the fire station. San Antonio woman accused of election fraud is denying the allegations. Attorney Nico LaHood, who's representing Rachel Rodriguez says it's concerning that she was arrested this week because she is not a danger to the community. This case wasn't presented to a grand jury. That's why there's not an indictment to review because the grand jury is not review this evidence. The allegations of ballot harvesting came to live back in October, and LaHood wonders why it took this long to bring charges at the time. A worker for project Veritas Kat Rodriguez, on camera bragging about election fraud. She has since denied the claims, saying she was Playing along with the activist to see what he was up to, or federal execution was carried out last night and another is scheduled for today. Victim Killer Corey Johnson was literally injected at the federal president, Terra Haute, Indiana. He'd been convicted for his involvement in the 1992 Richmond crime spree that left 11 people dead. In his final statement, saying he was sorry for his crimes and at peace. Friday, the government plans to execute Dustin Higgs, who ordering the murder of three young women in Maryland. A judge had earlier stayed both men's executions because they were recovering from covert 19. The federal appeals court lifted. This stays on the Supreme Court declined to hear the appeals. Higgs is the last federal inmates scheduled for execution. President elect Biden has pledged to end the use of the federal death penalty. W AWAY I news time 6 37 traffic and weather together in a minute, but first to check of your money and the world of business. Ed Cory joins us live at the.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Antonio and eliminate any sort of middle man, Bridger says. Bear County as a whole is requesting 30,000 doses of the vaccine per week. There are currently more than one million people who are eligible, but spots Philip immediately because supplies the doses have been so limited. President elect Joe Biden says he wants to see 100 Million people vaccinated and his 1st 100 days and office. Bear County reported another day with huge covert 19 numbers with 1829 cases reported Thursday. We also have surpassed 1700 deaths with 19 more added to the toll. These 19 deaths reported yesterday occurred over the past 14 days and inmate at the Bear County Jail is alive thanks to a vigilant sheriff's deputy. The deputy was making his rounds of the jail last night when he walked in on an inmate attempting suicide. Deputy stepped in and saved his life. The inmate was taken to the hospital to be checked out in his reportedly doing well. A Republican attempt to abolish abortion fell short in the Texas Legislature yesterday, all passing a House rules resolution state. Rep. Brian Slaten introduced an amendment to force the issue requires the body to debate and take a vote on abolishing abortion in the state of Texas. But for this body considers Legislation that renames a bridge or a street. The statehouse rejected the amendment by a vote of 41 to 99, a San Antonio woman accused of election fraud is fighting back against the charges. Rachel Rodriguez was arrested this week after an investigation by the Texas attorney general's Office, which claims there's evidence that she was involved in ballot harvesting before the 2020 election. But her attorney, Nico LaHood, wonders why she was cuffed before the case even went to a grand jury selection right now, the election's over by two months, and there's not another one for another. 11 months, so I don't know the clear and present danger. The allegations came to light back in October after a video by Project Veritas Kat Rodriguez on camera bragging about election fraud. She a sense denied the claims, saying she was playing along with the activist to see what he was up to. Michael Board. NewsRadio 1200 Wook on the Spurs had tomorrow DeRozan back but still couldn't overcome the Rockets losing 1092105 in the 80 anti center last night killed in Johnson lead the Spurs were 29 points. Lonnie Walker, the fourth port in 16 for San Antonio, which is six and six on this Season. The Spurs have another opportunity to beat Houston tomorrow afternoon at home. Our coverage begins right here at 3 30 w O AI news time 506 time to check on your money and the world of business with the Bloomberg News Desk. This'll.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And that's what you did yesterday. And that's we need more off. I'm not tired. Are you tired? I'm not tired. I'm skin started. And how about this one? Voter fraud. Oh, come on. There's no evidence There's no this is you know, because the damn government never looks the FBI. They're so corrupt. Up top of the FBI. Oh, yeah. Remember Right before the election project Veritas, led by James O'Keefe put out a video of a woman in Texas bragging about flipping people to vote for Democrats, which is illegal by the way. She'd go up to people. Oh, yeah. You should change everything. You should do this and do that. Barbara. Her name is Rachel Rodriguez and she was arrested. Yesterday charged with election fraud, illegal voting unlawfully assisting people voting by mail unlawfully possessing an official ballot. These are all serious felonies caught on video doing this. And it wasn't just for one person. Okay. This video is released in October, She was persuading on the video and elderly woman to alter her vote on her mail in ballot from Republican John Cornyn, who's a rhino? The Democrat opponent. And then gave her a gift for doing it a shawl. That's Illegal. She also on the video, said she was bringing at least 7000 ballots to the polls in the San Antonio area. She had a team she bragged of at least five other people working on flipping people, giving them gifts to change their vote. Strong arming them. And now she got arrested. The Texas attorney general said. Yep. Here you go. We told you there was voter fraud. You know, he tried. He tried the whole big lawsuit that whole bunch of states got behind the Supreme Court refused to hear it because they were weak. And there was major major voter fraud. You think this is the only place that's happened? Who told her to do this? Who taught her to do this? You think she figured it out on her own? I don't think so. I don't.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So resolutely determined to tear down the things that we hold, Dear. And that hold us together. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy criticized President Trump's behavior last week during the ride at the capital, but the California Republicans stopped short of impeachment. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action. But President Trump Except to share responsibility. Meantime, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the earliest the Senate could receive the article of impeachment from the houses next Tuesday, A day before the inauguration. A trial could go on for weeks. If it takes place at all. A conviction would allow senators to then vote to bar the outgoing president from running for office again in 2024 stripped him of his post presidential benefits. Washington, D C is practically locked down after last week's mob attack. As many as 20,000 National Guard troops are descending on the nation's capital. In an effort to keep peace ahead of the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden next week, President Trump issued a video Wednesday calling for calm and condemning the Capitol Hill riot of last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser doesn't want people coming to town for the inauguration. We have asked Americans not to come to the Washington D C event, but instead to participate, virtually DC's downtown streets are being blocked off and Busses and trains air getting reread. It is part of the security effort. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is charging abiding campaign worker with the election fraud. Rachel Rodriguez of San Antonio was seen in a project Veritas Video last fall engaging and vote harvesting. Accent is charging her with the election fraud, illegal voting unlawfully assisting people to vote by mail and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Officials viewed dozens of hours of unedited footage before arresting Rodriguez. She faces up to 20 years in prison. Well, it's now virtually impossible for Democrats in the Texas sit in to block Republican legislation. Texas Republicans banded together to change the rule that used to require the approval of 19 of the 31 States Senators just to bring a bill for debate now that there are only 18 Republican State senators they've lowered that number needed to 18 States Senator Bryan Hughes authored it on major legislation with major support among Republican voters who have elected a majority this body. This amendment would allow those bills to come to the floor for debate. Senate Democrats all opposed Senator Carol Alvarado, sipping Way at the tradition of this institution, Well, San Antonio has been passed over for the new home of the U. S. Space Command. Mayor Ron Nirenberg confirmed the decision last night but remains optimistic about the city's future opportunities. The bottom line is for us. I think we have really turned heads and been short listed for future opportunities. In the Defense Department, as well as underscoring our ability to keep and grow the missions that we have here. The new Space Command headquarters is moving from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama, which is home to the Army's Redstone arsenal. This ends a two year competition for the coveted title. Wednesday marked one of the highest death toll for the San Antonio during the Corona virus. Pandemic is there were 25 new deaths reported. There are currently nearly 200 deaths under investigation by metro health that are believed to be covert related 1378 new covert cases were also reported as cases rise. School district like North Side are asking parents to allow their kids to learn remotely at least until the end of the month. Girl from Del Rio may have deliberately exposed a San Antonio concert audience to coronavirus. Val Verde County Judge Louis Owens took the Facebook to single out. The teen who attended the Cody Johnson concert at Cowboys dancehall last weekend will say that we need to do a better job. No, y'all need to do a better job like this ready. People like her or what bringing stuff back and then kill families were killed their parents or or whatever, When says she went knowing she had the virus. She's been issued a citation and Owen says he plans to make an example of her by releasing her name as soon as he can. There were hundreds of people at the concert Cowboys dancehall has been issued multiple citations for violating social distancing and face covering protocols. Earlier this week, City officials said the venue will be shut down if there are any further issues. Johnson and Johnson is reporting some positive results on their potential Corona virus vaccine new encouraging results from a study of Johnson and Johnson's vaccine, but one report suggests there could be manufacturing delays. Early data from the company's shows that they're Cove in 19 vaccine, which is just one shot produced a high rate of immune response and trials and a low rate of negative reactions. The healthcare company anticipates they will apply for authorization from the FDA shortly after releasing more research So far, Madonna advisor are the only approved vaccines. A major trade took place in the N B, a involving a former M V P who's been wanting off his team for quite some time. After months of requesting a trade from the Houston Rockets. James Harden got his wish Wednesday traded to the Brooklyn Nets in a 14 swap, along with the Cleveland Cavaliers in Indiana Pacers, as comes after some ire from hardens, now former Rockets teammates over his demeanor DeMarcus cousins weighing in just hours prior to the news, just approach to the train account. Showing up the way they did the answers all the court. I mean disrespect started way before this trade sees the Cavaliers get Jared Allen and Taurean Prince while the Rockets land Dante Exum wrote schoolbooks. Three first round picks from the Nets, along with four future pick swamps and one future first round from the Cab's Houston also acquired Carousel avert from Brooklyn, but traded him to the Indiana Pacers for all star Victor Oladipo and the San Antonio Spurs host the Rockets minus James Harden. Tonight at the A. T N T Center. Our coverage begins right here at six o'clock. What's next in Pella Thons business cycle. Denise Pellegrini, a. Bloomberg has US and focus report, the sweat from home business could hit an upslope. The pandemic has been a tailwind for homework out Cos Pellet on co founder and CEO William Lynch. No one would wish the global pandemic on anybody, but it's been tailwind for businesses. People are home. But now analysts, its steeple and elsewhere are warning. Those that did best during the pandemic may struggle is the vaccine takes hold. Rivals include Apple Fitness Plus.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Well, it's the second time the house has done it and 13 months the president has been impeached. The vote was to 32 to 1 97 10. Republicans joined with Democrats to impeach President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged her colleagues to support this effort it constitutional remedy that will ensure that the republic will be safe from this man. It was so resolutely determined You tear down the things that we hold, dear. And that hold us together. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy criticized President Trump's behavior last week during the ride at the capital, but the California Republicans stopped short of impeachment. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action. But President Trump Except to share responsibility. Meantime, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the earliest the Senate could receive the article of impeachment from the houses next Tuesday, The day before the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. A trial could go on for weeks of it takes place at all. A conviction would allow senators to then vote to bar the outgoing president from running for office again in 2024 Strip him of his post presidential benefits. Meantime, Washington D C is practically locked down after last week's mob attack. As many as 20,000 National Guard troops are descending on the nation's capital. In an effort to keep peace ahead of the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden next week, President Trump issued a video Wednesday calling for calm and condemning the Capitol Hill riot of last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser doesn't want people coming to town for the inauguration. We have Asked Americans not to come to the Washington D C event, but instead to participate, virtually DC's downtown streets are being blocked off and Busses and trains air getting reread. It is part of the security effort. Texas Attorney General Kim Paxson is charging abiding campaign worker with election fraud. Rachel Rodriguez of San Antonio was seen in a project Veritas video last fall engaging and vote harvesting. Accident is charging her with the election fraud, illegal voting unlawfully assisting people to vote by mail and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Officials viewed dozens of hours of unedited footage before arresting Rodriguez. She faces up to 20 years in prison. Well, it's now virtually impossible for Democrats in the Texas Senate to block Republican legislation. Texas Republicans banded together to change the rule that used to require the approval of 19 of the 31 States senators just to bring a bill for debate now that there are only 18 Republican state senators. They've lowered that number needed to 18 State Senator Bryan Hughes authored it on major legislation with major support among Republican voters who have elected a majority this body. This amendment would allow those bills to come to the floor for debate. Senate Democrats all opposed Senator Carol Alvarado chipping away at their tradition. This institution Will San Antonio's been passed over for the home of the U. S. Space Command. Mayor Ron Nirenberg confirmed the decision last night and remains optimistic about future opportunities for the city. The bottom line is for us. I think we have really turned heads and been short listed for future opportunities in the Defense Department, as well as underscoring our ability to keep And grow the missions that we have here. The new Space Command headquarters is moving from Colorado to Huntsville, Alabama, which is home to the Redstone arsenal. This ended two year competition for the final decision. Ah, Wednesday marked the highest death toll for San Antonio during the Corona virus pandemic is there were 25 new deaths related to Cove in 19 reported there are currently nearly 200 deaths under investigation by Metro health. They're believed to be covert related 1378 new covert cases were also reported on Wednesday. All Dallas will soon rename a street in honor of a man killed by an off duty police officer inside his own apartment. Dallas City Council voted unanimously yesterday to rename part of Lamar ST as both of John Boulevard. The four mile stretch to be renamed includes his former apartment complex and the Dallas Police Department headquarters. John was killed in September of 2018. When Officer Amber Geiger mistook his apartment for her own and thought he was an intruder. Geiger was fired and is now serving 10 years for murder. On what's next and paella Thons business cycle. Denise Pellegrini of Bloomberg has this and focus report the sweat from home business could hit an upslope. The pandemic has been a tailwind for homework out. Cos Politan, co founder and CEO William Lynch would wish that global pandemic on anybody, but it's been tailwind for businesses. People are home. But now analysts, its steeple and elsewhere are warning. Those that did best during the pandemic may struggle is the vaccine takes hold. Rivals include Apple Fitness Plus are toning their strategy as Politan. Customers wait for weeks to get their equipment and paella town is.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KTRH

"Other police officers thinking they get to go Storm. The Capitol or members of the military are members of the Secret Service. The Houston police officers Union says the officer will be stepping down. He was the police chief else aren't Azevedo also says his department will be ready for planned or unplanned assemblies through next week's inauguration. He says both airports will cease, um, stepped up patrols as well. I don't care what the cause is, whether it's left or right, We're not going to turn our airports into Hotels owns airports are secure environment and, quite frankly, have you start acting a fool. You will be asked to leave. If you don't leave. You will be arrested for trespassing or disorderly conduct. The chief says he hasn't received any specific threats in Houston, but he's urging the public to report anything suspicious Head of time. Abiding campaign worker in San Antonio caught on video bragging about ballot harvesting, now charged with election fraud. Rachel Rodriguez ragged of Project Veritas about how she flipped multiple races up and down the ballot. Logan Church well that the public Legal interest Foundation spoke about it with KPRC nine fifties Kin Webster Jr whenever it comes to ballot, harvesting anything, having to do with the nitty gritty election fraud stuff, it takes a considerable amount of time and footwork that has to go and you can't just look at some spreadsheets and say, Ah, I think something is fishing here, You have to get people to talk and you have to let the evidence air out. The Texas attorney general's office says Rodriguez faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Ktrh news time. 404 Count Fort Bend County. Among those still waiting for more doses of the current covert vaccine, Judge K. P. George says the county is capable, administering more vaccines if it only had the doses to do so. All three of the state's vaccination hubs in the Houston area are located in Harris County. Judge George says that four been county is prepared to open 4 to 5 vaccine locations. All it needs is the doses to do it with disgruntled All Star guard James Harden is reuniting with Kevin Durant in Brooklyn. ESPN reports The Houston Rockets are trading hardened to the Nets and what is now a 14 mega deal involving the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Indiana Pacers. Rockets received four first round draft picks is part of that deal as well. Our next updates at 4 30 breaking information as it happens now it's time for America's first news. I'm Eric Sharpe on Houston's news, weather and traffic station news radio 7 40 ktrh. What's behind a name? Well at shady Grove fertility. Not only are we home to 85,000 babies born and counting, we're also proud to have.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KTRH

"And other police officers thinking they get to go Storm. The Capitol or members of the military are members of the Secret Service. The years of police officers union says the officer will be stepping down. I'll, uh, used. Meanwhile, police Chief aren't Azevedo says his department will be ready for planned or unplanned assemblies through next week's inauguration. He says both the airports will see stepped up patrols as well. I don't care what the cause is, whether it's left or right, We're not going to turn our airports into protest owns. Airports are secure environment and, quite frankly, have you start acting a fool. You will be asked to leave. If you don't leave. You will be arrested for trespassing or disorderly conduct. The chief says he hasn't received any specific threats in years. He's urging the public to repeat anything suspicious ahead of time. Ktrh News Time is 12 03 abiding campaign worker in San Antonio Caught on video bragging about ballot harvesting now being charged. ELECTION fraud Rachel Rodriguez brag to Project Veritas about how she flipped multiple races up and down the ballot. Logan Church well at the Public Legal Interest Foundation spoke about it with KPRC nine fifties Kin Webster Jr Whenever it comes to ballot harvesting anything having to do with the nitty gritty election fraud stuff, it takes a considerable amount of time and footwork that has to go and you can't just look Spreadsheets and say, Ah, I think something is fishy here. You have to get people to talk, and you have to let the evidence air out. The Texas during general's office says Rodriguez faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Count Fort Bend County. Among those still waiting for more doses of the current covert vaccine, Judge K. P. George says the county is capable of been ministering more vaccines if it only had those doses to do so. All three of the state's vaccination hubs in the Houston area are located in Harris County. Judge George says that the Fort Bend County is prepared to open 4 to 5 vaccine locations. And all and and all it needs is the doses to do it. I'll discredit all Star guard James Harden reunited with Kevin Durant in Brooklyn, ESPN, reporting the Houston Rockets or trading hard into the net. And what is now a 14 mega deal involving the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Indiana Pacers are next updates at 12 30 time now.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"TV icon Dick Van Dyke, songwriter Joan Baez, choreographer Debbie Allen and violence Midori were named the Kennedy Center honorees on Wednesday they'll be recognized with re envisioned virtual tributes because of the ongoing pandemic. Virtual events for the honorees will also be held throughout the week beginning May 17th I'm Tom Roberts Grammy Award nominated singer Post. Malone is helping donate thousands of pairs of crocs to healthcare workers across the country. Malone and Crocks teamed up with musicians on call to provide 10,000 hospital employees with a pair of the sold out duet. Max Clog, too. I'm Brian shook New York City is canceling contracts the city has with the Trump Organization after the deadly Capitol building riot last week. Scott Pringle reports, Mayor de Blasio says of a company is engaged in criminal activity. The city has the right to toss their contracts. We all saw crime committed. Live on TV. Come on, It's quite clear. The president of states committed a criminal act. He directed insurrection against United States Capitol period. That's criminal. That's treasonous. Trump's son, Eric, vows to fight this in court, saying the city has no legal right to end the contracts and calls it political discrimination. The Trump Organization has contracts for the Central park carousel to ice rinks in a golf course. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is charging a Biden campaign worker with election fraud. Rachel Rodriguez was featured in a project very toss last fall, engaging in what critics call vote harvesting. Paxton said he was charging her with election fraud, illegal voting unlawfully assisting people who are voting by mail and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. A bio pic of the life of the late Arizona Senator John McCain is in the works. Michael Kastner reports. The movie will be based on author Mark Salter's book The Luckiest Man Life With John McCain. McCain's widows, Cindy Will executive produce the film. In a statement, Cindy said John Story is of incredible heroism of serving cause is greater than his own son. Self interest, and there is no better time to tell it. McCain died in 2018 at the age of 81 from brain cancer. I'm Michael Kastner rebel Wilson is talking about when she had to use her survival skills in Mozambique in an upcoming episode of Skies, Straight talking, the pitch perfect alarm reportedly revealed to Aunt Middleton. She was once kidnapped at gunpoint while in Africa. Wilson said she was on a cattle truck when men with guns on another truck approached.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on WTVN

"Wintry mix whether powered by the basement doctor. It is 44 in Grove City, 44 at your severe weather station news radio 6 10. The U. T V and Republican Congressman Jim Jordan says there's a blatant double standard as the House he's voting to impeach the president today for a second time, They can object to Alabama and 2017. But tell us we can't object to Pennsylvania 2021. Pennsylvania, where the state Supreme Court just unilaterally extended the election to Friday. Pennsylvania, where the secretary of state unilaterally change the rules. Members are voting on a single article of impeachment, the charges the president with inciting violence against the nation after last week's attack on the Capitol building. Jordan also denounced Wyoming representative Lee's Cheney today for her plan to support impeaching the president. Jordan says he believes Taney should be removed from her role is the chair of the House Republican Conference. Seven House Republicans have announced today they will be voting for impeachment. The Ohio State University has discovered a new variant of the Corona virus right here in Columbus. Scientists at always you Wexler Medical Center say This new variant has become the dominant strain in the last three weeks, and it's believed to be more contagious based on how efficiently it's spreading. Scientists also say they have a lot of research to do with Govind 19 involving so rapidly. One major concern is if the vaccines air still effective against these newly discovered strains. So far, scientists say they have no data that these mutations will have any impact on vaccine effectiveness. ABC SIXES SIERRA Lucas, Ohio is getting ready to regulate electric scooters. Governor Mike DeWine sandal signed a law today that restricts those rent the rental of scooters to those over the Under the age of 16 scooter share scooter sharing companies will be required to have commercial grade liability insurance commercial commercial general Liability insurance as well. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is charging a Biden campaign worker with election fraud. Rachel Rodriguez was featured last fall engaging in what he says a vote is vote harvesting. He says he's charging her with the election fraud, illegal voting unlawfully assisting people with vote by mail. And unlawfully put possessing an official ballot. She faces up to 20 years in prison and George Orwell's 1984 he's returning. But this time it's in a five part miniseries Big Brother's back George Orwell's iconic dystopian story. 1984 is being developed into a television serious by former ABC chief Holly's independent studio Whip, which option the 2013 Robert it Can Duncan MacMillan theater production of the novel, This isn't the first time studios attempted to adapt the novel but the latest during what many have labeled Orwellian Times four.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KTRH

"Top story. House Democrats moving ahead on impeaching President Trump Again. Democrats are preparing to impeach President Trump for a second time. A single article accusing the president of incitement of insurrection following last week's violent breach of the U. S. Capitol is their little time left. Yes. But it is never Too late. To do the right thing. House Democratic leader Steny Hoyer has not indicated how soon an impeachment trial could begin in the Senate, but likely after President elect Biden takes office. Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, another Republicans say impeachment is only furthering partisan divides. I said this last night. I do not know where all this goes. This is frightening for the country's security here at the Capitol is unprecedented. Thousands of National Guard troops are deployed on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News at 10 14. 63 is shut down and Katie do do a large gas leak. According to Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office Customers and staff to Kroger Store on Spring Green Boulevard been evacuated in the public is asked to stay away from the area. FM 14 63 is closed from Cane Island Parkway to Spring Green Boulevard he count Fort Bend County. Among those still waiting for more doses of the covert 19 vaccine. County Judge K. P. George says they're capable of administering more vaccines if only they have the doses to do so. All three of the state's vaccination hubs in the Houston area are in Harris County. Judge George says Fort Bend County is prepared to open four or five vaccine locations. If and when it gets those doses Dollar general giving its workers four hours of pay as an incentive to get the covert 19 vaccine. The offer currently is only for frontline workers, but they do plan to extend it to its distribution and transportation teams. Company says the offer is only an incentive and they will not require workers to get the shots. San Antonio Woman arrested on accusations of voter fraud Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says Rachel Rodriguez committed a quote, shocking and blatantly illegal action, which was caught on tape by the undercover journalism group Project Veritas. Accident calls the arrest of victory for election integrity Rodriguez accused of being involved in a vote harvesting effort. Before last year's elections, She could get 20 years in prison. If convicted chatter about Texas succession is ramping up as the new legislative session gets underway. Texas will get a major boost this week with the expected introduction of a bill in the state Legislature to put the question of succession to Texas voters and in November 2021 ballot referendum. The idea has been floated for decades, but has gained new attention in the wake of last week's DC riots. Republican state Rep called Biederman says he will introduce the bill for a referendum as early as this week. Biederman says the federal government is out of control and does not represent the values of Texans. Rush Limbaugh agrees, telling his listeners last month that he saw a sizable and growing sentiment for succession following the election results. That's charity McCurdy ktrh news time 12 04 time to check your money. Here's Max. Gains at S T A wealth management, According.

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Your mainstream news video. Carries the work they do and tries to dismiss them out of hand because well, Your mainstream news media by large chose sides a long time ago, and it certainly isn't on Honesty, integrity and holding public officials accountable unless It's Donald Trump. And even then, it was just latch onto whatever the narrative is, like Trump Russia collusion rather than the actual projecting that takes place Now I'm sailed that about Project Veritas because they're back. With another expose. And this one Texan in particular Rachel Rodriguez, and joining us to tell us about this pretty incredible instance. Voter fraud is Neil McCabe, communications director for Project Veritas. Neil, this video is something else. Tell us about Rachel Rodriguez and what she's been up to. Hey. Yeah. Thanks for having me on Brian. Rachel Rodriguez is what they call in her part of Texas Bear County. Ah, ballot chaser. And the most basic description of what she does. She threw her connections in local politics. Is able to get a list of the people who have been mailed ballots. And then she works off that list to collect them. And the problem is that not only does she collected them But she also reviews them and to make sure they vote correctly. And this is, you know out nowt ballot harvesting, which is also illegal in Texas. And so at one point, she said that so far it's probably two weeks ago, she said. So far, I'm responsible for bringing 7000 votes. To the ballot box. You know so far the cycle and that's absolutely incredible When you consider that you aren't even allowed to ballot harvest in Texas, some places like California. Free fire zone. But in Texas, you're not allowed to do that. She also gives gifts to people and reward you know, rewarding them for voting the correct way she gives out wallets. Diabetic socks, rosaries right In our video. She gives a woman a shawl after she changes her vote for John Cornyn, the Republican to M. J. Haggard, who's a Democrat running against Taggart. It really is stunning. Where there's also A depiction of having judges in her back pocket, having other public officials in our back pocket about the amount of money that's involved in all of this. How is it that project Veritas was able to earn the trust of her in orderto have all this footage Yeah, This back pocket thing is another thing that does a woman running for state Rep List campus who? Ah, Rodriguez says she didn't have the money to hire Rodriguez. So Rodriguez says Fine. I'll work for you. But you'll owe me you'll be in my debt. And so this is apparently very common. And so our undercover journalists were able to. Ah Approach Rodriguez. They said that they were looking to hire someone to help them run a City Council campaign and in the process of winning there. The sale, right? So she now is a Rodriguez is now approaching them as potential clients. Part of that was showing them what she does, and that's how we were able to capture things with hidden cameras. Kneel at this point. I mean, we have an election that's taking place tomorrow. Is anything being done by authorities with e very hard evidence that you have The Attorney general of Texas, Ken Paxton, immediately announced That he was launching an investigation with his election fraud unit. I can tell you that James O'Keefe, the founder and CEO of Project there, toss in the Project or Toast Action Fund had a conversation with the attorney general's office and we are cooperating with them. To the extent that we can. We don't want to compromise. People who worked undercover Or our insiders who we've promised to protect. But to the extent that we can cooperate, we want to do that. I do want to make it clear. We're journalists were not like law enforcement. We're not detectives, so Obviously we want to help the way any citizen would help. But You know, you don't want always rely on law enforcement..

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"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rodriguez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Yeah, I think their hatred of me exceeds the utility in attacking a Republican in San Antonio, Which is who's running against that? Catlin's Castro? Ah, Democratic. You're right, Dana. Their hatred of me. Is they minutes They're frothing seething. It's like our old mentor and friend, Andrew Breitbart's Their hatred of me is just a seething rage. They just I think I think it's because we represent everything you know we're doing the job like I'm actually going there and confronting these politicians with a microphone and Catching them in the act and the New York Times USA today and all these people don't do that. They don't actually have any sources on the record in here of the Trump Tax returns story. They didn't actually release one single document. They had nothing more fall they had is anonymously placed sources. They ask you to trust them. They say, trust us because we are The New York Times. You can only withdraw so many withdrawals from your TM is you have no money left in your account, and veritas doesn't ask you to trust me. I don't I don't ever say things Dana without evidence. Don't ever make claims without showing you And this type of journalism is the purest form of journalism because I don't ask you to believe anything but your own lying eyes. And there is Rachel on the tape. Rachel Rodriguez, Raquel Rodriguez. Excuse me. And she's saying I break the law. I give beers in exchange for about I can swing elections. I've done this thousands of times. Watch me as I sway a vote from from John Cornyn, the Republican for Senate to M. J. Hagar, the Democratic per cent owned, by the way, this is illegal, and here's a gift for you. And don't tell anybody that I'm doing this because I could go to jail. So that tape of journalism Dana is obviously the purest type. I think it's going well. Veritas is growing our own audience, and I see you keep putting on your screen, which I really appreciate. Veritas Tips that proton mail dot com This is how we get the whistleblowers is how people tell us about what's going on. We have an election on Tuesday. We have poll workers across United States who see these boxes of ballots being tampered with. We want you to contact us. We will work with you. We will pay your legal bills. We will give you a camera. This is how we because they could stop one man, but they can't stop an army of 1000 people recording across the country. Amen To that, James, you do real journalism, and after a week of watching all of these other outlets ignore a story just that the New York Post ran and that other individuals were writing and after years, almost a decade of having the fourth estate Look down their noses at the citizen journalist and that's what a free press is just like George Mason said that the militia was every man and woman in America. So, too, is the free press. Every man and woman in America. You really embody the definition of what a free press is, and you really keep that practice alive when everyone else is just shaming it. And so I think America is in debt to you for that. And I just hope that you all keep out. Keep doing what you're doing and going out there. And I hope that people realize they can trust you enough that they can send you these tips. Thank you for doing what you do, my friend because you really shine a light on a lot of stuff and you keep the tradition going, And I think that you also carry the torch of our front two by doing it, so I appreciate that. James of Project veritas dot com. Folks. You have to go on. Watch this video and yes, be involved at your ballot box and send James tips. James Always so good to see you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Data course. Take care. We have more to come. This story is unbelievable. And we're gonna watch and see what Ken Paxton has to say about this, too, because they said that they are. They're investigating. Now There's a you're watching a crime happen on tape. So as we get moving on, don't forget, you know we got yes, we do have the vote. We have voting on Tuesday. We have an election. Everybody's going to be going into this weekend kind of worried, maybe nervous about it or wondering what what's gonna happen. And I'm going to tell you something, No matter what happens, we are all going to be here together on Wednesday, and we're all going to be making fun of people on Wednesday, and we're going to be doing the same as we always dio. Maybe we'll be fighting a little harder. What will we fight harder nonetheless doesn't matter who wins or loses. On Tuesday. It's your American duty. As we get moving on our friends over at Caltech. This is ah, one of a kind company based in Florida, and they do some really awesome stuff. 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