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COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

PRI's The World

01:57 min | 2 months ago

COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

"Is kind of the pulse of this. Pandemic globally right now alana. Where are we at with infections. Well the big picture of marco is that the world is actually experiencing a steady increase in infections leaders at the. Who again sounded the alarm today. Because it's been seven straight weeks of rising infections actually is some of the highest surges yet in the pandemic and it's been four weeks streep of reisen deaths would areas most impacted. We have a sense of that. So i talked with ali mokdad about this. He's with the institute for health metrics at the university of washington and he's been modeling this pandemic since the start he says what's going on in five regions really stands out so i that is an increase in brazil. That snow started to come down so brazil is the big one. Neighboring countries like argentina and chile are now starting to experience rises to and then here the other hot spots this a big rise which still going on in india pakistan bangladesh at bark that is an increase in europe and the middle east following. What's your doping seeing. That is a. It is in cases in the philippines and that this is in south africa and african country. That's now started to come down so the fact that infections are increasing globally even parts of the us. We don't want to forget that. That really worries him. I mean it sounds like overall the world is just not close to controlling this virus. Do scientists have a handle on why cases continued to rise even with vaccines. Is it now all about the variants. Not points to the variance and lots of scientists do variants like be one one seven have become a dominant in europe and this has been found to be more transmissible. But there's another strong message. I'm hearing from a lot of scientists like angela rasmussen. she's just at georgetown. And as of this month the university of saskatchewan which is that these rises are not just from variants like the breakthrough masking and distancing another really important prevention

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Arenado's late HR lifts Cards over Brewers in home debut

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Arenado's late HR lifts Cards over Brewers in home debut

"No one ever knows two run home run in the eighth inning steps a one one tie it leads the cardinals past the first three to one in the red birds home opener the home runs the second of the season for the third baseman it comes off of relief pitcher drew Rasmussen the card is also gonna run scoring single off the bat of Tyler o'neill neither starting pitcher figures in the decision with the purse Corbin Burnes tossing six shutout innings allowing one hit while striking out nine St Louis starter Adam Wainwright allows one run over five innings pitched the cardinals have won four straight and I have a record of five to two Milwaukee is three and four Mike Reeves St Louis

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White House moves up vaccine supply timeline, says U.S. will have enough for every adult by end of May

1A

03:12 min | 3 months ago

White House moves up vaccine supply timeline, says U.S. will have enough for every adult by end of May

"Good news this week in the race to end this pandemic, this country will have enough vaccine supply of state again for every adult in America. By the end of May. By the end of May. That's progress. Important progress. This comes as the governors of Texas and Mississippi have lifted all pandemic restrictions in their states and new variants of the Corona virus are popping up around the world and in the U. S. There's a lot to talk about that we're setting aside the next hour to answer your questions about the vaccination effort. Joining me now is Dr Lena when she's a visiting professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. She's also an ER physician and the former Baltimore City health commissioner. Dr Wen. It's always great to have you To speak with you. Also with us Angela Rasmussen. She's a virologist, and she's also an affiliate at the Georgetown University Center for Global Health, Science and Security. Angela Welcome back. Thanks for having me back then a doctor win enough vaccine for every adult in America by the end of May. That's an aggressive timeline. Do you think we can get there? Well, I think we should break this down into three categories. In terms of where are the barriers to vaccination to having people actually getting the vaccine and their arms. The first barrier is that of supply. The second is that of distribution. The third. Is that a vaccine hesitant or acceptance of the vaccine. What President Biden announced is that by the end of name, we're going to solve the supply issue. That is we'll have enough supplies. You were saying for every adult American to have the vaccine. That doesn't mean that by the end of May, everyone is going to be able to get the vaccine because then once we get the supply, we need to move into addressing these other issues of administration and also of addressing hesitancy. So do I think that will get the supply? I certainly hope so. And so far, President Biden has been very good about not over promising. So I expect that this is going to be the case, which is fantastic, because supply right now is the limiting factor. Um I do think that a lot more work lies ahead of us in terms of actually getting that last mile logistics of getting the vaccines into arms and then also overcoming vaccine hesitancy. Available. Vaccines do not equal shots in arms. As you say, Doctor win, and the previous timeline was to have every American adult vaccinated by the end of July. Angela's we're seeing more variants. Developed. How urgent is it that we really ramp up vaccination? Well, it's very urgent on So given that people will be out there moving around more, the variants are becoming more and more prevalent. It's really, really crucial that we get vaccines into arms as quickly as possible. One thing people should really keep in mind and echoing what Dr Wen just said. Is that vaccines don't save lives. Vaccination saves lives, So we really, really need to buckle down and focus on making sure that we can get people vaccinated as quickly as possible. Well, we got this

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"All right. Well welcome to yet another episode of killing time. How we doing guys. we're good. we're wonderful. We're recording during the day. Which is different for us. Feel different feels. Unusual feels unusual. We don't have our cocktails. Or at least i don't do you guys. Nope just sparkling water here. So am i. Liquid death sparkling of choice. Guys are back home from your trip. How how do we feel about being back home and kelly. I'm really jetlagged. i'm really tired. But the weather's gorgeous. Shockingly nice can you really you get to appreciate southern california when you get back here and you realize how great the weather is. Because we were literally we were literally ping pong in between atlanta which was like freezing in orlando which is like swamp air. So was like an i. Didn't i forgot. We were going to florida for some reason. So i brought like wool endow the heaviest nothing in florida. I was like miserably. Hot or freezing. The whole time it was no there was no comfort. We walked around florida and then we snuck into the grand floridian and we were both all wearing all black and my jeans blackshirts. It was like we were like like like. Who is that. German techno group walking around that makes these people with with shorts and tee shirts on her body suit. And i was like. Billy i need to go by a t shirt right now or i'm gonna. We went to this other hotel. That had a gift shop at everything was so ugly. I came back. He's like you didn't get anything. They didn't have anything black. They just had like pastel pink and like it wasn't the sweat and us. Oh you should have gotten yourself a nice souvenir from being in florida. You know so. I just want anymore crap at my house. No one doesn't like crap in our house now if we could have if we could have found a cool black probably disney villains shirt auditor. Something that would have met but now did you guys end up like walking by any bars that were popping and friendly. We drove through. Orlando it like when we got to orlando from atlanta. Billy was driving. My jaw was on the ground. We saw people in like sequined dresses. Like going to clubs hold in groups. It was like it was like cova never happened there. It was crazy that's never happened. We'll during the super bowl. It was like dip blow and fifty cent. We're having an actual full on concert there. Which was shocking. If you don't wanna be if you want to live in a make believe world just go to florida because they are not help. Some people are some people are just like really good about it. Some people not so much. There's rain everywhere. And then we went to one truckstop as we were driving. We probably logged maybe thirteen or fourteen hundred miles on the trip and we went into one truck stop and then i didn't realize it until like sort of the very end because alexis like this..

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Glass. Happy tortilla day. Happy bartender day. Go get yourself some guam epa trading card day shoutout to jared monica for sound design and for creating original music for the first degree are producing team. Caitlyn cleveland taylor. Rogers and alan santiago for podcast one sources for today's episode. Include the baltimore. Sun chicago tribune. Cnn wto washington post w usa nine in a daily mail and always. Our first guest is always largest source. If you love a good scary story make sure to check out size. Share your scare with.

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Saying this wasn't self defense so they're trying to get guthrie as far away from this case as possible. Because he's really kind of the linchpin there because if guthrie's not there she would have a much stronger case by saying remember when he was digging in his backpack. I thought he was going to pull something out. She could even say that that he attacked her. She can say a lot of things if not forgot three so that seems like what the defense is trying to do. I mean imagine being guthrie at that moment to knowing how powerful her. Data's and god knows what they might have done to maybe threatened him or shut him up or anything like that like. That's a really scary position for him to find him so hopefully they're not successful in suppressing his statements because they seem very relevant new. Yes so according to court records on july thirtieth of two thousand twenty s feel was granted bond and she was released on one hundred thousand dollars which was put up by her dad and while there aren't answers yet it seems as though a trial date for sophia was set for april nineteenth of twenty twenty one so we may get these answers that were so desperately hoping for maybe not and obviously even if we do. The answers can't even begin to make up for the loss of yussef. There's so little context available in terms of trying to understand what happened. What was the status of use offensive relationship. We don't know but again doing your own little deconstructing. Here's what we can infer based on what we do know. They read a rented airbnb the day before valentine's day that could be something that could be nothing because a friend later joined them but they were alone at first. So was there more than friendship. Here will i know when i rent airbnb and with one other person that's generally a relationship that's what you can infer but who knows right but probably i mean i'm going to guess so who really knows but i really am curious about what sophie defense will be. Bill you speculated that it will probably be self defense since that's sort of what her defense attorney said in was inferring at the bond hearing We know she was alcohol. Rehab program her. Mom shared that with the media. Maybe it'll be you know. She'll say she was intoxicated. Doesn't remember because we know that according to the witness fill up that yousef you're drinking when he arrived at airbnb so doesn't seem as if that alcohol treatment worked could that play role her defense possibly probably maybe not another big hole in this case is this quote unquote silly argument. That's afia said prompted the attack on yousef so what could have possibly driven her to such a decision. it's really really hard to comprehend. And of course without more information it's hard to really Speculate but kristen has thoughts. So i'm not sure if they were dating or talking or what but since there is a third person. They're kind of seems like a little bit off if they're dating trying to date especially if they've gotten airbnb the thing that doesn't add up to me is that he was always the person to defuse any kind of situation before blew up just seen that he was arguing with somebody that just. It's not right to me. I feel like there's a lot of information missing and it might just be extremely relevant to the case that can't share it publicly but there's a lot of information missing..

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Only by the mystery of what happened to him. There were still no answers because while the reporting on sophia negroponte was vast coverage really did seem to focus on her father's political affiliations as we said so little was learned about the events that led to the decision to attack yousef which wasn't rating in what everybody wanted to know so negroponte was charged with first degree murder. She pled not guilty and a few days later. She was scheduled to appear at bond hearing to determine whether she would remain free until her trial or whether she would remain in jail in. The state urged the judge to die. Sofia's ability to remain free on bond. They said gummer county assistant. State's attorney jonathan. She stated this was a violent unprovoked attack upon a friend citing house afia stabbed of numerous times in his neck chest face but then sophy is defense. Attorney andrew jezek claimed that sophia was not the initial aggressor quote at most. Whatever happened was that she felt in her mind that she.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Oh boasts to go to court for because that's all information you can't find but so this one person on twitter was like posting the stuff and at replying like calling people out like what is this about you know but again you can't find anything whoever's this damage control that's been done to protect her as been effective and it is. It is so hard to scrub the internet of very hard like that is almost impossible to do so. Yeah and like you said if she's twenty seven years old there's any normal twenty seven year old has a bunch of shit all over the internet like it would be almost impossible to pretty much scum. Somebody's life so that there's a lot going on behind what we're talking about literally the first ever head of national intelligence of the united states if someone can scrub something. It's this guy literally to be the most connected digitally and as far as like well you'd also think about his perspective right. The he probably has the highest level of clearance. You can get without being the president and this is what is doing like. Imagine what you would do. And i'm not saying he's i'm not saying what he's doing is good or bad but like whoever government. He's not working for it anymore but they're probably like handle this dude like your handle. It's making us look even worse than we do right at d. r. bad pr pr and it might have been something like she might have been saying stuff on social media you know. And he might have. Even put a clamp on it and gotten in there be a raised in before this. You know what i mean. We are ways that even though he wasn't he wasn't still in that office. You have friends and that's in. Dc is entirely based on connections. That's what that's how dc entire right. And i want to just give reminder here that this is speculation about jong ponte scrubbing the internet. I mean there's nothing there says assumption we're making but we're alleging this we don't know for sure that thing that bothers me the most is that there's almost no information about him. You don't get a sense of who he was in the kind of person. He was a random comment from a close friend. That doesn't mean anything to you if you don't know him if you can't get a sense of the person that he was well christmas going to help us understand yousef and the person he was she met yousef at muskegon university in ohio must game. University is in eastern ohio in a city called.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:25 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Amazing. it was just the funniest ever By this point the media coverage is really ramping up. The baltimore sun ran a story. People magazine ran a story. The daily mail ran a story. Cnn ran a story and these were just a few of the dozens and dozens of outlets that covered. This case and kristen is right. The media seemed to focus for the most part on sophia and her father's connected status. And the gory details of seem to be an afterthought so i think we see this a lot in these kinds of cases and we have. What's going on here is twofold. We have this highly connected political figure. Who's the father of the perpetrator and we have not a lot of details about what's happened in my theory on that is due to who are father as her father squashed a lot of things being released and and this is a different story for us in that. There's it fewer details to work with unusual. But i think that's the point. We want to convey that. The damage control that sophia's father was doing is still evident today as you're trying to figure out what happened here i mean. I think that we all know that high a powerful political players can pretty much erase basically whatever they want i mean even murders sometimes so to me. This isn't that surprising that it seems to the detail seemed to have been wiped a lot from the situation that has gone on. But it's sadly typical of what can happen in in our country. Thank and it's also a matter of what the media focuses on the media is always gonna focus on who the more famous person is an especially you know you gotta remember in dc. The celebrities are the politicians are the people in government. So if they're able to find a story this based on on that even if a family member of somebody connected to that they're going to run with it and you see that everywhere with cases like aaron hernandez where the biggest celebrities in boston. Our sports figures. You don't.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Even hit the floor. Mom so this witness account was disturbing to say the least. Sophia negroponte was arrested at the scene. Police observed that she had several cutting wounds on her right hand and shirley at this point that detectives are struggling to make sense of what exactly happened. That could prompted sophia to attack yousef so under questioning. Sophia confirmed certain aspects of filip story. She told police that the argument she news of had was over a silly issue. That's a direct quote. She then said that all she remembered was removing a knife from yousef wound after was arrested. Police searched the interior and exterior of this home and they found a green handled knife in the outside. The reporting didn't indicate whether this was in fact the knife used to attack yussef but my personal opinion. This is probably the knife. Because why would they bring it up in the reporting if it was just a random knife found outside but anyways so naturally the police wanted to know everything about both sophia and yusef in an effort to make more sense of what did happen. That night who were they. What were their connections to one. Another apparently sophian yousef had met and become acquainted at the lab school of washington dc use of graduated in two thousand thirteen which was one year before sophia dead. It didn't take long for the police to learn who sophia negroponte's father was and this one detail would draw a great deal of media attention to this case because as it turned out So fiu was the daughter of john. Negroponte who under the bush administration was appointed as the first director of national intelligence from two thousand five to two thousand seven and then he served as secretary of state from two thousand seven two thousand nine. So he's a heavy heavy hitter in government and beyond that negroponte acted as the us ambassador honduras mexico and iraq and it was during his time in honduras where john and his wife adopted five children from the country. One of them was sophia. It's also worth mentioning. That negroponte quote was one of fifty former republican national security officials who ahead of donald trump's election as president signed an open letter saying trump was unqualified to hold the office and would quote put at risk our country's national security and well-being which was so as expected the media interest invest coverage of this case came swiftly and while the world zeroed in on this perplexing story in those around sofia. Were acting pretty quickly to do some damage control in contrast to vat those closest to yousef were in complete peril over the loss..

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"Possibly be going on here. Police officers were dispatched and approached the two story home. It was set far back off the street. The aesthetics of this house portrayed the exact opposite place where you'd expect something sinister to happen. It was red barn. Read it had a white trim. It had a porch on the bottom level of the home. That had a railing around it. The railing look to be made of a white picket fence. Honestly this place looks completely wholesome so the police. I'm sure pulled up this place. And they're wondering what they're about to walk into the approached the home they entered the home and once inside the realize completely the severity of the situation and it was a scene. They would never forget inside. There were three individuals two men and one woman one of the men inside was bleeding profusely from a stab wound to the neck and there was a woman lying on top of him covered in blood and yelling sobbing and screaming. I'm sorry while. She sat in a pool of blood his blood she was begging this person essentially not to die and needless to say the site of this would be obviously shocking for anyone but the police had a job to do. They had to see this man who is suffering from the life threatening wounds and while the wounded man was alive when police arrived after all the life saving efforts were made. He sadly died at the scene. This entire scenario of several questions. Who are these three people and what happened. Why did one of them lose their life. you know. we're at the scene now in putting yourself in the shoes of the police you can understand why trying to get information from those who are present would be pretty challenging. At that moment there is blood there has hysteria there's chaos and ultimately death and now on top of all of that. There's a police presence. Police eventually identified the three individuals at the scene. The woman who was crying covered in blood and yelling. I'm sorry was later. Identified as twenty-seven-year-old sophia negroponte. The man who had lost his life as identified as twenty-three-year-old yousef rasmussen and the other man was identified as philip guthrie. The police at this point. We're working to piece together. What they were dealing with so naturally they're looking for context and they wanted to know who actually lived at this house and as it turns out nobody did. And that's because this place rented as an airbnb but there'll be more on that later. Law enforcement needs to know what happened here and of the three people at the scene there only two people. They could ask sophia negroponte. Who is the woman crying over yussef in his blood and the other individual present at the scene philip. Guthrie sophia was in hysterics. So they pressed philip for details and he started at the very beginning so it turns out..

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"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on The First Degree

"The first degree the true crime podcast that you might end up on my name is jack vanik. I'm sitting far away from lexus. Linkletter and billie jensen. How we doing we're doing. We're we're doing this episode. We know is a little bit late. But somehow the wifi and all of los angeles went out last night. So billy was unable to record so we're just doing a little last minute there. We are rolling with the punches. This is the world we live in. I don't even know what happened. But i guess we're all back and ready to roll so billy we're going to jump right into it. What day is it today. It is national tortilla chip day february. Twenty fourth ooh get yourself some guac and not. That sounds dhanush caso. Are there any other days. It's also national trading card day. And i know i collected a lot of trading cards. Growing up did either of you ever buy any trading cards. No like what i mean. Those are gaming cards to but now know what. What trading cards did you have baseball card. And we'll be sure baseball cards everything like that. But you gotta remember before the internet if you really wanted to re live the your favorite movie. They had trading cards for them so every movie jaws close encounter star wars every movie had trading cards and also a lot of tv shows that trading cards to. Oh i did not know it was. It was a way to like. Keep your fan. I go. I liked poverty. Hogs what was your i like. Halley beanie babies and stickers. We'll pause kind of technically a really thick round card so we did have treating cool. Yes we're og a particular policy that i don't know like slammers i liked the slammers wondering the slammer were the shit and you could get all the really feels slammers. The had sparkles them and stuff like that. But i kind of and a little bit shocked. That pogs never made their second round with the jen's ears like don't you think that'd be something they'd be into nowadays. Well you know what. I degree merch ideas. We're gonna make some pogs. I don't know where the i find a place to make us pogs. But maybe we're the ones that are going to bring it back. You know to millennials and we're doing it so can't wait. Are there any other good ones bartender. I miss i miss your bartenders. Yes wish i could see any bartender ever the day that i see my first bartender..

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"rasmussen" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

"But right now it's exactly like you said if you put a v twelve engine in a ford pinto especially a ford pinto. That has four flat tires. It's not really gonna do much so we really need to think about other ways to stop transmission and get it lower while we upgrade these vaccines and right. Now is the perfect time to be doing that. Because we know that vaccines are at least partially protective against these variants. If there's low enough transmission and we've already seen other countries. Do this successfully like australia new zealand. They've been able to control the pandemic through tried and true epidemiological measures testing isolation contact tracing quarantine that in addition to vaccination could really get us out of this in a more sustainable way a lot sooner than the cycle of more transmission more restrictions less transmission less restrictions and back and forth It's especially important that we think about that now given that we know that these variants are already here. Yeah i mean we dropped the v twelve into the ford pinto. That's been driving for one hundred and fifty miles thousand miles straight right and i agree with you that we need a public health driven strategy. Want to step back from here right because at the same time that we're staring down the potential for that really awful scenario cases are dropping. And i'll be honest with you like there's very little that i can point to. That necessarily explains that right is probably some combination of people following basic public health protocols and wearing masks and deciding not to break their physical distancing protocols and you know both acquired immunity and vaccine mediated immunity. But there's not a silver bullet here. How do you make sense of this consistent dropping in cases in what do you think we need to do to keep it going in the face of these variants. Well i think it's an epidemiologist. So i'm just going to preface what i say by saying that this is not an expert epidemiological analysis of this. But just looking at timing. It seems that this may have cases started to go down a few weeks after the holidays. It seems like any surge that occurred because of the holiday might explain this to a certain degree also because of the surge that occurred around the holidays more restrictions were put into place in many states. People following those restrictions will allow case numbers to go down The problem with that is that governors many of these states governor cuomo in new york for example. Doesn't seem to realize that when you still have a really high background of tons and tons of people with sars corona virus. Fewer people are getting every day. There's still a bunch of people who have it and it's still out there..

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AstraZeneca vaccine can slow the spread of Covid, and delayed second dose works, Oxford data shows

Here & Now

02:54 min | 4 months ago

AstraZeneca vaccine can slow the spread of Covid, and delayed second dose works, Oxford data shows

"Today. A significant stride was made in the race to slow the coronavirus pandemic researchers at the university of oxford. Say the astrazeneca vaccine not only protects people from getting seriously sick or dying but could also lower the rate of transmission their study is yet to be published but if it is correct it would be the first corona virus vaccine to do both. Let's talk more about this with dr angelo rasmussen. She's a variety at georgetown center for global health. Science and security. Doctor always good to hear from you. Welcome back thanks peter. Thanks for having me sure and this study has not been peer reviewed yet but researchers say the astrazeneca vaccine could reduce transmission by. almost two-thirds. Help us understand what that means exactly. So what they did in this study and this really follows up on results that they had previously published from their phase two clinical trial. That shows that if you swab Participants in the trial every week and look to see how many of them become infected after vaccination You will find that people who received the vaccine had far fewer cases of positive tests so the vaccine appeared to be preventing infection in these people. They weren't becoming infected at the rate as people in the placebo. Herb help us understand the significance of this because the british health secretary called this news absolutely superb. What you say. I agree that it's it's very superb. One of the biggest questions that we have had about all of these vaccines because of the way. The clinical trials were designed was their ability to prevent infection and thus reduce transmission in the community the way the clinical trials were designed was to look at symptomatic covid nineteen For a couple reasons one. That's the fastest way to evaluate whether the vaccine is actually efficacious or not and to one of the most important things we need a vaccine to do is keep people from getting sick and keep them out of the hospital but that meant that we weren't able to actually look and see whether the vaccine was also protecting people from being infected if people aren't getting infected then they can't transmit it to others so this suggests that not only are the vaccines very efficacious keeping people from getting very sick but they're also helping people prevent they're helping prevent infection altogether which means that they're likely to reduce transmission at the population level. Sure so that would be great. But the issue that astrazeneca's vaccine is not authorized for use in the united states that to change soon. Well astrazeneca has to actually submit an application for emergency use authorization to the fda. I imagined that when they decide to do that or if they decide to do that then. The fda will evaluate all of their data. I would be very surprised based on all of the data that they've shared so far if it didn't receive an emergency use authorization

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Newly released bodycam video shows Nashville bombing aftermath

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Newly released bodycam video shows Nashville bombing aftermath

"Nashville. About four days after that devastating Christmas morning bombing, residents and business owners were allowed back inside that heavily damaged neighborhood today. CBS News correspondent Malo Lengua National Police Body Cam footage released late last night shows the dramatic aftermath of the Christmas Day blast. That's all right. No, I guess E O. Okay. Your car today. Some of those evacuees were escorted back to the scene to survey the damage and travel the same time, including know Ellen Geoffrey Rasmussen, who shot this video to go back and See your kids. Now What do you tell them? E really been struggling with what? To tell my four year old. It was a really striking picture of our window blown out and on our Christmas tree still standing that FBI and 80 F response teams continue to recover evidence that the bomb scene hoping to figure out why 63 year old Anthony Warner Blew up his RV.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"People's information diets and the things that they're reading and listening to and watching so so far. We've got the bible in the morning and your wife's podcasts. After hours while you're cooking what else is. Is there anything else that you're consuming. So there's little sprinkles of things actually are throughout my day when i get distracted. But it's it's kind of intentional. So i watch pretty much every video that john barrows puts out or every i read every post that kevin dorsey or josh braun or justin michael puts out. Those are little nuggets of information or sam nelson. Those are little nuggets of information. That i i just digest. I think subconsciously comes out in the work that i do. And that's why i'm intentional. About like the only social media that i have is linked to happen so even if my wife is out doing something it's probably not good for my initial reaction to go grab my phone when i'm not around anyone but i'll go and i'll scroll through and look for post from josh josh bronner. Any of those sales thought leaders and then as things go as i see a post about a webinar. That solves the problem that i'm experiencing for example there sanded one on same nelson at outreach. Did on a sales tech stack a couple of months ago. We had no no sales stuck here. Tell you so. I'll digest content very specifically based on problems that i'm experiencing but it's it's been down a lot since i haven't had my my commute because that was where i used to soak up everything. Yeah yeah one. More austin thing. This is totally ridiculous. So these kevin dorsey. And i all live in the same zip code within about two miles of each other in west austin. I didn't realize i knew scott was here and we were out for a walk and talk. And he's like you know katie just moved here like i gotta be kidding. Me so yeah. It's pretty fine. We're having a good time. Yeah that is fun. And i'm i'm actually in his. He's got like a patriot. Group and justin. Michael has a similar. Yeah like community. And i'm in this group called sdr nation. And so that's kind of how i almost digest. Most of my content in my information diet is on a community level where it's real time giving feedback on certain people's messaging and getting feedback on your own messaging and things like that love that so we will link all that stuff up top dot. Fm forward slash. Kyle dash rasmussen. Sorry um script your name. There were top one dot..

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17 GOP attorneys general join Texas election lawsuit

KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

03:00 min | 6 months ago

17 GOP attorneys general join Texas election lawsuit

"Georgia wisconsin pennsylvania and michigan bob. Good morning good to have you back. Good morning gary. I appreciate you sending along the The pleading in particular is in is very well written. But i'm wondering they It it goes into detail about Statistically the some of these things have never happened before but isn't that kind of argument. Easy for the court to swat away. Don't you have to stick to the to the constitutional principles. Well the Brief that i sent you. A brief has actually filed on behalf of donald trump as an individual citizen and It was So that isn't the brief that we joined The state in a brass cajones brief that was filed by the state of missouri. There a total of seventeen states who have Joined together In support of the brief filed by the state of missouri so it's missouri and sixteen other states including nebraska have filed a brief in support of this case filed by the state of texas against as you mentioned pennsylvania georgia michigan and wisconsin constitutionally based Claim that is You know what i sent to you is is something that the president i. The president's lawyer it presents lawyer by the way is a brilliant jurist jurist brilliant lawyer who Clerked for a very fine. Court of appeals judge. And then and then clerked for justice. Clarence thomas this guy is not chump. Change the fate eastman eastman. Who was born in lincoln by the way point favorite there. Let me ask you a number one. Disabuse the trump haters of the notion that this is only a frivolous partisan exercise. I don't think doug peterson. For example. Who i know and a lot of nebraska do and other state's attorneys-general. They don't just do this for fun. No they do not We have a serious problem in our country with confidence in the The legitimacy and the integrity of our election process rasmussen poll December third the sixth rasmussen's a pretty well known well respected pollster. When what he found is that forty seven percent of frequent voters in this country. Believe that the believe that the election was either likely are very very likely stolen. Now that's a serious problem for our country we cannot have. We can't go forward with our representative democracy of people that confidence in the in the integrity of our elections. And i think that's why those of us. I today inexperienced. What else difference. Find your next mazda place mazda dot com today or you can visit our communication at a hundred and forty four th and giles to shop our showroom and take a test drive making your car buying

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New Pfizer Results: Coronavirus Vaccine Is Safe and 95% Effective

KIRO Nights

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

New Pfizer Results: Coronavirus Vaccine Is Safe and 95% Effective

"It's vaccine is 95%, effective at preventing covert 19 and Georgetown virologist, Dr Angela Rasmussen tells car radios Jian Ursula, the data is correct in very effective at preventing symptomatic Soviet 19 FDA is expected to give Fizer emergency authorization to distribute the vaccine Thursday. We could get it by sea. Saturday

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Polls show a closer US presidential race

Dan Proft

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Polls show a closer US presidential race

"Weeks of the 2020 presidential election. The recipes in White House Watch pole and the investor's business daily T I p p poll indicate a 5% lead nationally. The former vice president Biden over President Trump IBD is one of only two poles to called the 2016 race for Mr Trump. The trend is against Mr Biden know, as both polls indicate Mr Biden is lost between 5 to 7% office lied just during the past week. Severally. The Rasmussen daily presidential tracking poll shows the president with 48% total approval, matching former President Obama. On the same day comparison. IBD says that most polls in 2012 underestimated enthusiasm for Mr Obama. Some sources are saying the same may be true this year for Mr Trump, Jorge Gonzalez reporting Health and Human Services Secretary Alexi's are urging Americans to stick with

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Trump makes Western swing in final weeks of 2020 race

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Trump makes Western swing in final weeks of 2020 race

"Are now suggesting a tightening race coming into the final weeks of the 2020 presidential campaign. The recipes in White House Watch pole and the investor's business daily T I P p poll indicate a 5% lead nationally for former vice President Biden over President Trump IBD is one of only two poles to called the 2016 race from Mr Trump. The trend is against Mr Biden, though, as both polls indicate Provided his loss between 5 to 7% office lied just during the past week. Severally the Rasmussen Daily presidential tracking poll shows the president with 48% total approval, matching former President Obama on the same day comparison. IBD says that most polls in 2012 underestimated enthusiasm for Mr Obama. Some sources are saying the same may be true this year for

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"rasmussen" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"January talk about business and lifestyle designed from the inside out and I invited my guest on to join me today because she is a money manager and coach her name is Tara Rasmussen and in this video, we talk about really understanding the beliefs that underlie why they have certain relationship with plenty why recurring themes.

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National security experts describe a distracted and potentially vulnerable country

The Daily 202's Big Idea

02:51 min | 9 months ago

National security experts describe a distracted and potentially vulnerable country

"Our president is hospitalized with a virus that he refused to treat as a grave threat. In the final weeks of an election whose results he will not pledge to accept as our nation confronts a struggling economy, an unyielding pandemic and significant reason unrest. The combination of these cascading crises has plunged the United States into a vortex of potential vulnerability that national security experts save probably without president. Current and former senior national security officials tell my colleagues, Greg Miller and currently on that they're worried worried that consumed by our own difficulties America is in a poor position to respond to provocations by adversaries advance its foreign policy interests with support from our allies or serve as a credible model. For. The world of what a functioning democracy is supposed to look like. Nick Rasmussen who served as director of the National Counterterrorism Center under trump and before that Barack Obama said he sees weakness and division. And above all. His word distracted nece. Rasmussen. Said any problem anywhere else is just a third or fourth order problem right now because we're so self absorbed inward-looking and consumed with our own toxicity and as he put it when you're distracted. You make mistakes. Current and former US officials say trump's infection is widely seen overseas as a direct consequence of his troubled handling the pandemic but also part of a broader disturbing pattern of perceived incompetence and turbulence. A former senior US intelligence official and frequent contact with counterparts at other intelligence services said he has been delude with emails all weekend asking what in the world is going on This intelligence official says trump's refusal to wear masks or abide by other protective measures has baffled foreign officials describing trump's symptoms as an extraordinary manifestation of the obtuseness. To the contagion. Now. It's worth contrasting trump's cavalier and reckless personal behavior to that of Vladimir Putin. The Russian president has spent the last six months in almost total isolation at a country estate outside Moscow running his government via videoconference. Those who visit Putin person must first quarantine for fourteen days and obtain a negative test result before they are allowed into the residence then they must pass through a disinfectant tunnel to get inside where strict social distancing is then maintained. Steve Hadley who was national security advisor under George W Bush says that if trump loses, he's most nervous about our enemies like Russia or China trying to come after us during

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Trump’s Support Among Likely Black Voters Surges to 42%: Rasmussen

WIOD Programming

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Trump’s Support Among Likely Black Voters Surges to 42%: Rasmussen

"Donald Trump has record approval numbers among African Americans. Trump's support among likely black voters has surged 42% folks Trump's support among likely black voters surges to 42%.

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Biden Leads Trump, 49%-44%, Among Likely Wisconsin Voters in Latest Marquette Poll

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:41 min | 10 months ago

Biden Leads Trump, 49%-44%, Among Likely Wisconsin Voters in Latest Marquette Poll

"Some new polling shows that things are actually tightening. Now, one poll, there was a national poll, but we don't talk about national polls that had trump down ten points national, completely irrelevant, not applicable at all national polls. Do not matter. Show me state polls, show me trends now Monmouth, which has donald trump down ten points. Nationally had the same in August of two, thousand sixteen. However. There's a Marquette University poll in Wisconsin that shows Biden up five points now, that might seem like bad news. But as we examined some of the new emerging polls on a statewide basis, which is more important. Especially in battleground states, we have a totally different picture. Now, remember you could lose California by eighty points by ninety points, lose the popular vote and still win in a landslide with the electoral college. Also something to consider at these polls polls that conduct something called live collar with cell phones, they tend to skew Democrat why this is what we call the shy trump voter. I add three to four to all these polls. OAS? especially in a presidential, never remember conservatives are much more likely to hide their true political opinions from public view. The presumption is that this includes from pollster if it's live on a phone call and this bears out in the methodologies. So a new poll in Arizona Has Martha mcsally, the incumbent Republican senator who was appointed by Governor, Doug Ducey. She is down five points where she was down nine points and a similar poll previously. Speed look at. Oh, predictive trendline since December, it follows what we'd basically know to be true that trump was ahead at the end of last year and pre pandemic. Then things got really bad. We know that no one is denying it, but the race is tightening in the president's favor. Republican plus two in December to a low, of Democrat, plus nine and plus in May, and now it's improved for trump to Democrat plus for for now. And, now, here's a new promising poll that shows trump is beating biden conducted by Rasmussen pulse opinion in the State of North Carolina. The poll of Seven, hundred, fifty likely voters shows the president beating Biden by a single point when leaners are included. So we can cherry pick polls and there some polls that show trump down in some of these states. But the enthusiasm index is definitely in the president's direction. I think there. There, are some major issues here that are missing from the conversation. If the president can continue to show significant gains when it comes to the Chinese Corona, virus get college football back on the airwaves I think this is how his election lose I? Think he's going to have massive gains and I think the more the president is ahead of the curve on the issue of the economy and law and order the better.

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New polls show black support for Trump surging amid riots

Rush Limbaugh

01:15 min | 1 year ago

New polls show black support for Trump surging amid riots

"Rasmussen reports the survey people appalling people have reported that black black voter approval for trump has surged over forty percent say what despite the recent riots over police brutality rats must soon says that black approval for the job president trump is doing over forty percent of our daily presidential tracking poll today shows black lightly voter approval of the job trump is doing is now over forty percent this goes back to about eleven o'clock this morning I saw at about noon this can't be true I've got a baby is gonna be this is gonna be a phishing attack is gonna be something you're talking about something that does not jive with what we've been seeing in the drive by men that stuff in a drive by maybe you would think it every African American alliance today doesn't just disapprove or trump they despise that guy now we've got a polling company saying forty percent I will likely African American voters approve of the job trump is doing

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Hollywood moment: Harvey Weinstein's sentencing

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Hollywood moment: Harvey Weinstein's sentencing

"Today. The disgraced Hollywood producer. Harvey Weinstein will be sentenced last month. He was convicted of rape and criminal sexual assault and faces up to twenty nine years in prison. Prosecutors have urged the judge to consider what they called a lifetime abuse towards others even though for most of those alleged abuses. Mr Weinstein has never been charged. His lawyers have petitioned for the minimum sentence of five years saying that any longer could constitute a defacto life sentence after Mr Weinstein conviction the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Junior said. The change had come to America. This is a big day. This is a new day and I hope women will will understand the significance of the jury verdicts. Today is. Optimism was echoed. By some of Mr Weinstein's accusers and their lawyers is a historic. I never thought I would see in my lifetime. Change has come today. I have a message for Harvey for all of Users Rape Myth perpetuators victim blaming and knows retaliated against sets. This one's for you. Your time is up. The allegations against him formed at the start of the metoo movement very public example of what remains troublingly hidden kind of crime. It would be easy to see his conviction and imprisonment as a high point for me to next. He'll face charges in Los Angeles for crimes. He continues to deny. Just how much any of these cases will change. Things is far from clear hustling surprised. Sasha Economists Public Policy Editor Mr Watson case certainly wasn't a slam dunk. Some people may have had that impression but it was by no means a straightforward case. These sorts of trials of radio really complex and in addition is to watch team faced accuser's stories straightforward. In a way they were very representative of a lot of these cases in the sense that they fit coach. Roy Do rape in being something that happens with a lot of force and a ski mosque by Stranger instead. These women told stories of complex relationships including ongoing contacts with Mr Weinstein off to the souls and typically juries have really struggled with this kind of cases in fact most of those cases that make it anywhere need a jury and to that extent. Actually very atypical case. Because of course Mr. One Steen's case as well as the accusations have all played out very very publicly of in multiple accusers. Zubin spelled out in the media. One thing that made it question unusual case is that the judge allowed extra witnesses women who would not pass the charges against Mr Weinstein to nevertheless testify over previous aqel bad acts that they had experienced at his hands. Allegedly it certainly was quite controversial. May well be part of the grounds of a possible appeal by Mr Weinstein team. And what would that appeal? Look like it's Hampson. No I mean concerns have been raised about whether Mr Watson could have affected trial in given all the media attention publicity particularly in New York City before the trial. His team tried very hard to get. The trial moved to somewhere where they thought he might face a forgiving jury that was thrown out. This is a long process. Take easy setup two year and I guess one of the questions now that people Rossi's while is he gonNA get out to bail can continue to monitor while that process is ongoing which is has begun wanted to run up to his trial. So you say the result is a bit surprising and and certainly prosecutors and plenty of commentators have held it up as a sort of watershed moment is a sort of a apotheosis of the of of the metoo movement that essentially was launched. By by these cases. What's your take on that I think? The watershed which is an awful lot immediately after the valid. And I understand it. I mean this was a high stakes trial. Which the Manhattan. Da. Couldn't afford to lose so they threw themselves out this only on the hands. I think as as many celebrity trials we have to be careful with Conclusions hair. I hope it will be a watershed moment. There's an awful lot wrong with how sexual. Violence is is investigated and prosecuted. But I have my doubts. I think the the real test will come when single women also group of women come forward to accuse somebody of rape without the media attention right without. Will the inefficacious if you will of the accuser has been an awful lot of emphasis on how powerful Mr Weinstein is but his accusers. Happen quite powerful as well. Essentially they had public opinion rooting for them. And I think the real test of whether the the Weinstein verdict will have a BRUDER EFFECTS. On how serious criminal? Justice Systems. Juries take these kind of complex claims will only come when we see an everyday victim. Come forward with with a typical claim of sexual assault. So what you're essentially saying. There is that celebrity. Justice is fundamentally different. I mean why do you suppose? That is I- celebrity justice in general is just is only certain. Becerra was it is just different from normal justice putting old big bright lights and attention onto someone being accused in this case Mr Weinstein. That's a typical way of injustice remedy a J Simpson trial which was essentially works like a soap opera. Essentially didn't have that much impact with how of the mothers were investigated then tried in Los Angeles and I think the same will be the case with the wider significance of the wanting conviction. Today that said there is of course important symbolic function to mocking. Somebody like Mr Weinstein up and holding his feet to the fire. So I said he wouldn't diminish the symbolic importance of seeing someone powerful like him wrote into a cooled. Convicted unlocked. Up is just going to be careful with suggesting that. Will the other huddles that stand? In the way of getting justice for everyday victims have now disappeared. I mean the one distinction here between Mr Weinstein's case and the OJ Simpson case is that Mister Simpson was was acquitted whereas Mr Weinstein has been convicted. Don't you think that that at least has sort of knock on effect sort of casts a shadow over over future cases gives future jurors a sense that That that there is an example being set there. Yeah maybe I mean future jurors in reminded with this case that rape doesn't look the way they think looks so it's been very helpful to have this very public lesson. If you will in rape myths that rape is a complex crime that said we pull people every year on their attitudes dissection. Rasmussen doing that. Insensitive metoo movement took off. And in that we don't really see much of a change in public attitudes to sexual harassment and indeed in America way would have hoped that reporting rates of sexual violence had increased most under reported binding crimes often me to after an initial bump reporting rates of back down to what they were before me to see. Let's see what happens next year. You know it always takes a while to get the kind of data but be careful with two inches at this point.

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Trump is creating a task force on missing and murdered Native American women. President Fawn Sharp, Tribal Leaders meet in Washington to address climate change. SD Supreme Court Weighs State Cops' Jurisdiction In Indian Country.

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Trump is creating a task force on missing and murdered Native American women. President Fawn Sharp, Tribal Leaders meet in Washington to address climate change. SD Supreme Court Weighs State Cops' Jurisdiction In Indian Country.

"This is national native news on Tony. Al Gonzales in January two thousand seventeen to agents from the South Dakota Division of criminal whole investigation went onto the Pine Ridge reservation to investigate a crime committed off the reservation. They were accompanied by a bureau of Indian affairs. Agent and one of the state agents spoke with the suspect as six circuit state judge throughout the statement saying D. C.. I lacked authority in Indian country. Now the South South Dakota Supreme Court will decide the issue before the case continues Victoria. Wicks reports Morgan Cummings was eighteen years old when agent Dane Rasmussen knocked on his door and asked to speak with him. Cummings made statements about the Crimes Rasmussen was investigating and was eventually charged and prosecuted leading up to the trial. The defense attorney asks that coming statements be suppressed and the trial judge agreed. The state appealed that decision during oral arguments assistant attorney general. Stacey Hegi says Rasmussen employed a knock and talk method of making contact with Cummings something any ordinary citizen has the implied license to do Hegi says as the trial judge aired by considering agent Rasmussen to be a law enforcement officer rather than a member of the public the defense says Rasmussen and the other agent agent were acting as law officers when they arrived in police cars and questioned a suspect attorney. Terry Pagoda says the only way to right. The wrong is to suppress coming statement and we cannot dispute the fact that at the time that this occurred state law was that they did not have any jurisdiction in Indian country. You can collar. Aw knocking implied license. Whatever the state calls it it doesn't make any difference? They did not have any Saudi. They're put iota says there is no justification for the agent's actions even if they didn't know they were acting contrary to law as the state suggests for National Native News. I'm I'm Victoria. Wicks in rapid city South Dakota tribal leaders from across the country are in Washington. DC This week discussing priorities at the National Congress of American Indians Winter Session Ncaa. I president font sharp delivered the state of Indian nations earlier this week which included a focus on climate change. Von Golden has more. The president's sharp did not hold back calling out federal lawmakers on what she others see as inaction on climate change when it comes to climate change and sustaining humanity on this planet. We have no time left to lose and yet our government is nowhere to be found. She said her home in Washington. State the Quin autonation. autonation has already been forced to higher ground from sea level rise and other attendees at her address are feeling the effects to Sam. Schimmel grew up on Saint Lawrence Orange Island off the coast of Alaska. You're watching language disappearing as a result of weather patterns. You're seeing changes in weather meaning that traditional practices aren't able to be pursued food and that's something that is having severe negative effects on the mental health and wellbeing of tribal communities across Alaska across the US Schimmel Schimmel. He's only nineteen years old but he participates in. NCAA is Climate Action Task Force. And he's been a regular in lawmakers offices over the issue in Washington Yvonne Golden National Native News President Trump's task force on missing a murdered American Indians and Alaskan natives is holding a tribal listening session Wednesday in in Washington. DC as leaders are in the area for the National Congress of American Indian session. The task force's reviewing cold cases and seeking ways to improve investigations and and information sharing when it comes to missing persons cases some native women's advocates and Congresswoman deb Holland are critical of the task force for its lack of tribal leaders and community members. The seven members are all from federal agencies. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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Reactions to Trump's impeachment acquittal

Red Eye Radio

13:37 min | 1 year ago

Reactions to Trump's impeachment acquittal

"To get it in I mentioned earlier in the show that the the the whole thing with there were so many people in December during the the house during the actual impeachment proceedings that were celebrating on social media believing you know the willfully ignorant believing that impeachment means removal and then you you look at I guess the last couple weeks there've been a few that I've seen it's over for him he'll be he's done and it went from he'll resign by the end of the week to well he's definitely not going to win in November and you and I don't make predictions but you look where the strings are right now with this president you look at what Chris Matthews has said not just about what happened not just about the state of the union or anything else and then van Jones banjo that on that at the last debate and and what he said he didn't see anybody on the stage that night they could be tribe and on yesterday talking about look Democrats have to understand trump is going after the black vote and he may be able to get a significant portion of it I mean you you look at that and the Rasmussen had on in terms of black votes forty two percent and we said okay fine cut that in half favorability rating yet favorability rating of forty two percent cut that in half let's say it's twenty one that's massive I don't remember Republican I'd have to go back and and look at the last Republican that had that kind of support but it it's it's like they're still some that are in denial over what the left has got it I wonder if it's who was it that said her friends during twenty sixteen with just a draw the curtains in and close the doors and turn the TV TV are in doubt burned out yes if there was any negative news about Hillary that would just bury their heads in the sand but it's just on many fronts I'm just talking about the chatter on social media it's very quiet right now by the far left look they hate to guide the make fun of the guy they must they mocked the guy but I don't see them promoting their their some for Bernie there did the burning crowd was there but really I mean there's not the porch there was in twenty sixteen there's not the I don't I just don't see it it it's maybe it comes together but it's not happening right now well one thing that we monitored on the show over the last five months is the number of responses that we got especially after the cross after the house impeachment hearings were done in the articles of impeachment were actually written so the cross examination was done we had Democrats that would speculate in September and in October and November and cut well with that you guys are wrong they're gonna get him today and it never happened in fact the opposite happened when the witnesses came forward in the house but once that was completed our I believe we have had only for phone calls mmhm and that would be since thanksgiving of anybody attempting to defend the the Democrat point I believe three out of those four phone calls because you wanted a moderate because we we were saying to ourselves this is really incredible because we know what the Democrats think that they have a point mmhm and we find it incredible three out of those four we're only saying the only point they had was a talking point well of trump was innocent he let everybody testify which is again the philosophy that you are guilty until proven innocent right that it's it's upon the defense the burden of proof is on the defense not the prosecutor not those making the charges which is false and we had so we had one phone call on the issues and and that fell back real quick I can't remember what point they were trying to make that they made the point and we countered whatever the point was they weren't there was like silence so I'm not you don't anoint there but that's it and that's why we have with confidence said every single Democrat listening right now to the show knows that the impeachment and the impeachment trial was bogus they don't know the articles of impeachment were bogus they all know what every single Democrat senator knows that their vote was bogus they know what was purely political it was not in line with what the constitution has said impeachment should be about they know what you know Eric if you were talking about the fact that Mitt Romney should debate Alan Dershowitz and that we would laugh because it's never gonna have not gonna happen it's the same as climate change yes you had the one thing tank last year attempt to have a debate on climate change they brought in experts and said you know the scientist climatologist that said now look they're throwing on Tuesdays doomsday scenarios and that just isn't the case it's wrong they invited dozens of climate change activists to debate it nobody would show up nobody under cross examination the left does not want to defend what they believe in no no they don't and that's why with confidence we have said we know what we've done this a long time run hundreds and hundreds of the greatest radio stations across the country we know if we make a mistake on something as simple as when we kid about a Hogan's heroes that was the first time member we said about old in zero right or or what we were kidding them bad when we first got together well when we were first in back in two thousand five wasn't while when we started doing the show together and we Kinley said you know use the term the you of the line from animal house word was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor and we were just inundated with people the people on the left you guys secure your your you guys are just wanna be's you're even know who bombed Pearl Harbor we know it was the French exactly so it is so believe me we know we've dealt with that when if we make any type of of mistake you know read something you know but we we get something and we read it and we you know get the number wrong for certain you know if we say trillion instead of billion boom they're they're cheap you guys are no credible you got that wrong saria yeah we did done did mean it because the last thing we want to do is argue something that's not true right we don't need to do that they need to do that and so we know that every single Democrat listening right now knows that the impeachment was bogus they all do yes every single Democrat senator knows it was bogus anybody in the media the paid attention to it knows it was bogus the majority like I said when of response you know email whatever we get if somebody is trying to make the case are actually ignorant on the law ignorant on impeachment or ignorant as to what actually happened I think one of the the one call was talking about the fact that although the witnesses are all testified against trump was no they did no just the opposite no and I've used here is or when the opposite right so you know we know even your Bonaventure when in cross examination I came down what she didn't like the guy yeah she was she was upset that she was fired and and we get to Romney and the discussion on Romney and your work and I were just having a during the top of the hour and you're trying to make the point look he knows it's not constitutional and I agree with you I got you this is this is where you try to get well what's the motivation behind it you just tear down the the what's more what's more what would lead what would be left on the table if you if the knowns take those off the table what's left we know that he knows the constitution we know that right we know that he does this whole thing was bogus we know that so it was about one thing his hatred for the president it's that simple his trolling it's the equivalent of trolling because tell me where the risk is in Utah I'm convinced he's not gonna run for a second term I maybe maybe I'm wrong I believe he's one and done as senator from Utah but tell me where where does that red put everything on the on the table and what's most likely he just has a huge dislike or hatred for this president because he had a story here even as arguments fell apart we claim the trump had withheld vital military funds that you didn't withhold he didn't know what hit them but we didn't eight here's a quote Corp corrupting election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of the oath of office that I can imagine what one well there was no election it was corrupted in no way no national security interest the Wall Street journal here if their analysis no security interests were jeopardized because other senators and advisers persuaded Mr trump to release a military aid all even challenge out from the Wall Street journal I don't know that for a fact no no and now here's the other theory that I that I didn't include go high I know that there were people encouraging him senator Johnson or whatever yes I know this is necessary right but I don't know that that's why he made the ultimate decision I don't know that I don't have the testimony that gets me to that point precisely that I would need though the one theory that I have not put on the table is is maybe the the most obvious that we missed Mitt Romney is a robot what what Linda Hamilton from terminator two you know I believe it and you had that for a long time he has and it because it's true can I get sued for that please sumi Mitt Romney go ahead well and here's what happened I think Adam Schiff reprogrammed his his his explanation was so weak console falls yeah so easy to tear through yeah that you sit there and you say well it can't be it meant more read more Mitt Romney is smarter than this mmhm he was always he was re program right he knows that's not that he's no that's not the truth so you get to the point if it wasn't constitutional and it wasn't legal what drove him to do that exactly is this like for his residence like what do you want to make college dislike hatred ever to whatever I you know I again I can't get in somebody's mind but when you break it down and say but every argument in cross examination of Mitt Romney's explanation you can tear to shreds yeah so then what was it afterwards and so when people come to that conclusion I can understand them coming to the conclusion one thing I can tell you without question without getting into his mind he is wrong constitutionally yes and he's wrong on the facts that he actually stated on the Senate floor as to what happened he was inaccurate in his analysis when when you set aside your critical thinking skills and your knowledge of the constitution and put it behind your distrust your dislike or your hatred I don't know how I don't know how to do that I don't I don't know what drives you to do that because you can see he could still go back to his home state and say look I didn't I think that was not the right call to make I would have done it but it did not rise to impeachment it did not rise to to removal when you start talking about the fact that by the way that he was grappling over it you know that this was this was such a tough decision on I had to make the right decision for my kids when you start talking like that you know you're trying to justify your vote yes I wouldn't have to say that no I would have to bring in my family or anything nope it was easy right what I mean it was tough either he did it a read either he did something that was impeachable or not stand up and be a man don't sit there in a book because my my family and it was tough stock toss what are you teaching your family about the constitution right and where and when he started doing that I said wow he's tried to justify his vote yes because he knows it's bogus yes

Are Democrats Finally About to Harvest the Iowa Farm Vote?

Red Eye Radio

09:32 min | 1 year ago

Are Democrats Finally About to Harvest the Iowa Farm Vote?

"I want to play this audio cut here from Scott Rasmussen who was on fox yesterday and talking about you know we we know that we don't have by the way we don't have any results and I mean the because of the glitch whatever it is for the state Democratic Party in Iowa so there are if you go to the different sites you'll see one point nine three percent of the vote is and but we're told that those aren't verified so right but there's been a major glitch whether it's the app whether it's inconsistencies in the reporting whatever the cause is we may not know the winner of Iowa we don't know maybe later first it was they said sometime this morning then sometime tomorrow so who knows so we can still do a preview how to analyze it when we get the results and Scott Rasmussen was talking about the fact that that not you know because there was a caucuses for the Republicans from one ninety seven point one percent of the vote but he said looking at the Republican vote is in is an indicator that the trump campaign we'll be looking at and he'll be looking at here's why there's two hundred and six perfect counties in the country they voted twice for Obama and then for trump right thirty one of them around Iowa and they're all in the eastern part of the state these are people who were looking for change when they voted for Barack Obama they didn't like the change at the end of the day in in the significance of that all across the country these voters account for only five percent of the votes that were cast but they accounted for fifty one percent of the net popular vote games that Donald Trump enjoyed so these people are working it's not the one fifty one forty nine for a bomb in fifty one forty nine for trump they want strongly for Obama and after eight years they said we want Donald Trump in the caucuses I'm gonna be watching to see where the democratic enthusiasm is if these pivot counties in eastern Iowa show low turn out in the in this caucus you're gonna say okay they've made their decision for twenty twenty if they surprise us if there's a huge turn out in those counties that we're gonna have to to re evaluate really interesting when you look at it you break it down to specific counties and Eric this is something that I think you want I can't remember we talked about this on the off the year because we're always talking but you know we had talked about where trump strength is and you would said and I agree with you on this the one great unknown is when you look for example at Iowa and you look at a lot of these counties in the eastern part of Iowa a lot of them farmers you had said that even though it's a small percentage of the population out there it's a critical population a significant amount of people that voted for trump in in twenty sixteen how does the terrorists affect them right because they're still hurting right now yes they might have gotten some money but right you know there's a lot of farmers out there thirteen and one of the things you when I always said the trump should not have done is is say that there's no harm that the farmers will be fine because they're getting the subsidies you know from the federal government will the subsidies number one the tax subsidies didn't cover all of their losses and the farmer said straight out it doesn't matter what you give us the subsidies your store in our supply chain to took us decades to get to right we want we want the supply routes of the trade routes reestablished and that's something that the that you know and a couple of governors from farm states of actually said that they said it last year I haven't heard anybody say it so far this year we have not I would have to go back and look though I mean I have those maybe log into the des Moines register or something and and maybe there's more local coverage on something like that but the point being that the this unknown has been there and I've I've said that that part of the concern that they would happen remember when you when your farm state you know like an oil state in the industry there is this residual effect there are a number of restaurants and and and the service industry and everything else stems from that that core industry in farm states it's the same so by the manufacturers of the equipment the dealerships that sell the equipment and of course everything it takes to support that industry in that state and that support of role they're all affected by the farmers are herding they're hurting too so they have to be able to trust that the president if they're going to support him I'm the one concern is that he's never going to run for office again if he when he wins in November you know it's his second term and or or maybe a third or fourth term maybe after his third or fourth term but he won't run for office again so if he was willing to do this you know now when you got the trying to deal done you know the beginning of twenty twenty because a reelection is he willing to go back and then slapped terrace on trade partners again and and can we trust that he won't do that again and as we said initially when you put the terror sunny talk about how great the terrorists are we said you shouldn't say that because people are hurting those people are hurting are gonna be pleased before that he did mellow after a while and say look I know the farmers are having problems but I'm amazed that they're still sticking by me because they understand the point he was explaining that we're doing this because it will make it better down the road for everybody what's that message well received and was there damage done by his initial statements that the terrorists were gonna cause no harm whatsoever when obviously they were the farmers and we said he should have been explaining that that way and said later on he mellowed that message right and and so what takes effect add that to what you just said to farmers believe are they worried that if he is reelected and is at that point then I'm you know a a that does have to be re elected again right doesn't have never has to run for office again well he will he start throwing the terrified again and will that hurt of food production or being able to sell worldwide food or the significant amount that they were selling to China will that permanently damage okay nothing is permanent well that temporarily for a long time they believe damage their supply chains and so they would consider a Democrat a specially if these are people that voted for as rash prison was same Obama twice and said we've had enough and then by wide margins in twenty sixteen voted for trump we don't we don't know we will see but that is the one great unknown that you were brought up a couple of weeks ago yeah well and and I think we looked at it during the terror of to during the terrify war to another factor here is that China is looking at growing there all agriculture based themselves took you to to help hedge against any future terror of wars or anything else plus the massive population your they're looking at that they're looking at some of the meatless I'm burger type proteins and everything else they're looking into anything and everything they can that is more sustainable that they don't have to rely on trade to get now it's going to be a blue it's going to be a long while before they are able to do that and they also need our energy they need American oil so that you know that works to keep them in line so if you're if you're a farming state and your voter and you're considering the two ideas right terrorists verses the Democrats and high taxes well with terrorists your business goes away and you can only get a government handout for so long what high taxes you work a little bit harder to pay those taxes you look for tax cuts tax breaks but at least the businesses there the one thing that a that the Democrats I think where they kill themselves on on issues especially with farmers is some of the regulatory stuff that came across like during the Obama years the EPA rules that were just wreaking havoc on form states so they also don't want that type of activity or that type of policy being put it brie implement it because it would under any of them whether it's Biden or Bernie or any of them they would immediately move through the E. P. H. R. to re implement those policies those regulations which were killers so they have to be able to trust trump one of the things as you know he's moved on after all he's he wants to increase seven all spending so there's part of it there's you know that gives you some of the farming community but you've got to really work to us re establish that trust I think he has a much better shot than any of them on the

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Protests in Tehran after Iran admits shooting down plane

WSJ What's News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Protests in Tehran after Iran admits shooting down plane

"Growing anger in Iran and around the world protests have broken out in Tehran and other cities to denounce with demonstrators called lying and incompetence by the country's leadership over the weekend. Iran's government admitted that it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet after first denying that it had done so all one hundred seventy six people on board died from London sooner. Rasmussen has more so new. Rhonda's been anger from the population. Shen I think for two reasons. One is because this is perceived as incompetence by Ron's military who for the past year or so oh has been kinda hailed for his precision strikes around the region and then as anger about the lying what people see as lies by their officials. Military for three days. Didn't admit to the fact that they had shut down his passenger airline even though many Iranians thing that that obviously they would have known as soon as it happened over the weekend. President Trump tweeted his support for the protesters in Farsi. Basically in those tweets said that he been his administration regime had been standing with the Iranian people from the very beginning and that they were watching the protests that were inspired by the courage of Iranians. From what I've seen seen the reaction from Iranians inside Iran has been lukewarm. Let's put it that way. Many Iranian see president trump as the architect of these very harsh sanctions that have squeezed Iran in economy and really slashed life quality for many Iranians. So there's is a lot of resistance in Iran this type of rhetoric I think from the trump

"rasmussen" Discussed on What We Said

What We Said

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on What We Said

"The following podcast is a deer media production. Hello guys. And welcome back to what we said podcast. If you are new. I'm Jay see, I am the redhead. I went blond for a second therapy. But we back in business. I'm Chelsea I'm am the brunette one and we'd like to clarify because our voices sound very similar if you're new podcast. You're probably wondering why it'd be think this is one person who has kids affronting, but it's two separate girls. So hopefully that clarifies things for you guys today, we have a very special guest Crecy, Rasmussen otherwise known as hair by Chrissy on Instagram. Chrissy has done my hair for years, even before I mean, she still she did social media when I started, but she has really taken off yet taken off since she's been doing we're here for years and years, and she is the only person, I trusted touch my hair. She is basically the hair Queen I go to her with any hair questions. I have she's always done an amazing job at my color. Mike cuts and making sure my her's always been healthy. And so a lot of people don't actually know this. I'm not a natural redhead. I'm actually more of a natural brunette with kind of Auburn hints in my hair, but the red she does on the hair looks so natural that no one even believes me when I tell them, I dye my hair docked. And she also specializes in blonds like she does it all she's so good at every single aspect braids. Yeah. If you've seen on Instagram like, the big blonde, braids extensions. That's chrissy. Yeah. So we're super excited interview her she's one of the hardest working people I've ever met in my life. She is a go getter. She does not stop until things are perfect. And she just always strives to be the best. But she's also really humble and always treats people really, well, which I admire lot her husband rich also came to the interview. So we interviewed the two of them together. And they're such a great duo and their business partners. And he. He is such a huge part of the business as well. Which is why we wanted to include him in on this. Because he's been a huge reason. I think they've reached success because he's handled kind of all the business aspects while Chrissy worked super hard or her craft. So I think they're really good team. So without further ado here they are. All right. We are here with Chrissy and rich live. I the podcast studio. Thanks for being here. We're just gonna jump right on end this interview get into the good stuff. So first of all tell us where you're both from the start with that. All right. My going go for go read. So this is the classic American story. Right. Okay. We lived exactly one mile away from each other both in coldest sack both directly looking right at an elementary school one mile as the as the crow flies. They say right soulmates. But yes, but because that's separated by Gilbert road here at Mesa northeast Mesa at the time, we were in different alimentary is of course, we're different junior. Highs different church groups, we didn't ever meet each other. It's not like social media in our he just kind of connect with everybody who's kind of your. Innocenti exactly. But then you didn't hear like a product of geography, you know? And so basically high school comes along and we both born and raised in northeast Mesa high school. We have a I'm a senior she's a sophomore, and we have class together. That's the first time. But again, I think I'm big man on campus. I hate to say that but sounds really conceited..

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"rasmussen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"2013 Rasmussen poll asked blacks, whites and Hispanics of these three groups which. Is more racist? White said blacks Hispanics, blacks blacks. Simplex? Systemic racism. There are two major think tanks, and I refer to them frequently throughout the course of my career. One of them is the Heritage Foundation conservative and one of them is the Brookings Institution left wing. And they don't agree on much. They do agree on the importance of having fathers in the home. And they do agree that there are three things that you have to do in order to escape poverty, although they phrase them somewhat differently with a pretty much the same number one finish high school. Number two, don't have a kid before your twenty number three get married. I both the Brooklyn's institution. And the Heritage Foundation left wing and right wing respectively came up with the same formula to escape poverty. Didn't say anything about race. In fact, a poor black kid raised by a mom and dad will have a better outcome than the middle class. White kid raised by only a mother, I repeat. A poor black kid raised by mother and father. We'll have a better outcome than a middle class. White kid raised by just a mother. Institutional racism, you're not helping Anne Hathaway going to help me to listen Milano completely.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The value of the package at nearly seventy billion dollars in the first year now the president has press china to commit to reduce three hundred and seventy five billion in us merchandise and trade deficits with china by two hundred billion chinese officials are arguing that would go a long way of meeting that target oh that's a good thing you know look at the rasmussen poll most americans now see the economy's changing because of the president's policies rasmussen majority now believe obama and komi spied on the trump campaign i'll get into this more something very nefarious i suspected in my sources are telling me is going on as it relates to the i g report we're going to get into that as we unfold the program today as the program unfolds and we have a lot to get to we'll look at our pollsters twenty eighteen is about this stopping democrats from impeachment stopping democrats and open borders democrats wanna keep obamacare and they want more money back in the tax cuts that you received they want you to pay more that's it so if you don't get out in two thousand eighteen and vote you will get the america that they want that you voted against the twenty six now it's becoming a historic election hey by the way if you did miss the mother's day sale from our friends at shamanee need today's your lucky day right now when you order genucel to get rid of bags and puffiness under your eyes they will give you absolutely free their new product genucel eyelid lift if you have droopy eyelids you get that for free and for the first time ever you'll also get the world famous yes you're going to get their micro the metabolism which is also free it's the best product that just got better thanks to our friends at shamanee now it's called crystals and it's called the micro derm abrasion and it helps literally make your skin looked at its best at all times i'm look claire from raleigh north carolina rights have been using these products for three days my husband already known as the texture of my skin looks good feels good at.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The gallup poll the president has now cracked fifty percent he's now fifty one percent i think a couple of days ago he said fifty percent now at fifty one percent and by the same poll same juncture in his term brock obama's at forty six percent now again this is the rasmussen polls not the gallup polls rasmussen poll but the the rasmussen poll has proven to be more accurate than many of the other ones but the the main point is this is apples to apples however biased or not biased you may feel the rasmussen poll is brock obama was at forty six percent at this time and the president using the same methodology is now at fifty one percent something is happening now i want to get back to scott pruitt he was hammered in that interview with me i just played you part of it here's some more of it if you're committed to the trump agenda why did you go around the president in the white house and give pay raises to two staffers did not my staff did and i found out about that year stay changed it there's somebody being fired for them that it should not have been done it may be there will be some accountability career personal or political person i don't know you don't know who found out about this yesterday and i corrected the action so we are in the process of finding out how it took place hang on both of these staffers who got these large pay raises are friends of yours i believe from oklahoma right they are staffers here on the agents well they they serve a very important part of that you didn't know that they got these large payers i did not know that they got the favorites okay one of them got a pay raise of let's see twenty eight thousand the other was fifty six thousand dollars do you know what the median income in this country is no fifty seven thousand a year okay so one of your friends from oklahoma got a pay raise that's a meeting they did not get they raise they did they did not i stop that yesterday stopped it are you embarrassed that it should should not have happened in the officials that were involved in.

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"rasmussen" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"rasmussen" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Up however uh rasmussen pulled likely voters so uh again that is uh also huge in the you know uh now what would be more what would be more accurate if you're looking for support for the next election it would be met rasmussen right uh the other thing is that the methodology used right and the other thing is it's automated four these had a automated questioning for rasmussen the cnn poll used a live interviewer and they said completely different you can throw off a poll completely because number one if you will somebody live doing the interview with you you are more likely to respond in a different way than if you have a robot asking the question will it's interesting because we've made that point over the years in that a it's all about how you asked the question or it's all about first while the questions and then how you ask that question uh because you have to uh especially with a trump you have to think of all the people that might not have a problem saying it essentially to well uh an automated co up call as opposed to telling another person that are okay with trump uh think of the whole silent majority affect and that's what it comes down to is that there are a lot of people that won't say it out loud and certainly wouldn't say to somebody on on on a phone call and so you have a list of popular presidents you know a obama but fifty one percent um all right how many people to alive a if you're the respondent how many people to alive interviewer or going this going to say no i don't like the first black president you know oh no with ends great everything's break we'll now if you're if you're bottom hogging finding automate hiding people tell you they like clinton oh yeah sean it's right he's not okay they are here that's right he loss oh yeah you're talking about the.

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