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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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CDC approves Moderna and J&J Covid vaccine boosters, allowing people to mix-and-match shots

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 hrs ago

CDC approves Moderna and J&J Covid vaccine boosters, allowing people to mix-and-match shots

"Millions more Americans are now eligible for Kobe nineteen vaccine booster shots and the CDC is trying to clear up confusion about just who can get them for people who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine more than two months ago then they are eligible for about the time lines a bit longer for flies around the Georgia recipients more than six months ago you're eligible if you're over the age of sixty five and you're eligible if you live in a long term care facility and you're eligible if you're over the age of eighteen and you have underlying medical conditions or you live or work in a high risk place CDC cheaper shovel Lenski says that leaves millions of people not yet eligible so the definition of fully vaccinated will not change for now Sager

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In South Sudan, flooding called 'worst thing in my lifetime'

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 hrs ago

In South Sudan, flooding called 'worst thing in my lifetime'

"South Sudan is suffering from a third straight year of extreme flooding as the world meteorological organization warned of an increase in such climate shocks to come across much of Africa the United Nations says flooding has affected almost a whole million people across south Sudan since may I suggest your posse from the international red cross says on top of the flooding many south Sudanese are suffering from auto issues those people we are so affected by drought and many with a crisis so this is very critical emitted in house dressing in southern Saddam faced enough from U. N. H. C. R. says the issue is a human made ones also that has been very prone to cyclical droughts and floods sometimes happening the same time in in in a year and this is nothing but just the effects of a changing climate time Karen Thomas

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US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 hrs ago

US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest

"The deficit total two point seven seven trillion dollars for twenty twenty one that actually represents an improvement over the twenty twenty fiscal year when it hit the all time high of three point one three trillion both years numbers reflect trillions of dollars in government spending to counteract the devastating impact of the corona virus pandemic the Biden administration says the economic recovery boosted revenues in twenty twenty one the counting for the three hundred and sixty billion dollar decline in the deficit prior to the pandemic the government's biggest deficit had been one point four trillion in two thousand nine when the government spent heavily to lift the country out of recession brought on by the two thousand eight financial crisis the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office expects the deficit will fall to one point one five trillion in the current budget year which began October first Ben Thomas Washington

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Bobrovsky gets 300th win, unbeaten Panthers top Avs 4-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 19 hrs ago

Bobrovsky gets 300th win, unbeaten Panthers top Avs 4-1

"The Panthers beat the avalanche for one for their fourth straight win the eight point to make is the team's best start ever for a goalie Sergei Bobrovsky stopped thirty shots for his three hundredth NHL victory means something and it's I so I've been fortunate to play with great players you know with the great defenseman and and forwards and teams so and it's it's it's I appreciate them for this milestone Mikko Rantanen scored for Colorado Florida Sam Bennett scored his team leading fourth goal in two games Sam Reinhart Carter he added one each Anton Lundell got the empty netter the better said three other seven point season starts in each time they made the playoffs I'm more in Ruston

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AG Garland Admits to Rep. Gohmert That No One Has Been Charged With 'Insurrection'

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

AG Garland Admits to Rep. Gohmert That No One Has Been Charged With 'Insurrection'

"Little more I've never spent this much time on a hearing But I thought this hearing was very very important And I felt the Republicans did a really wonderful job My man Louis gohmert was there too of course And so he asks well I'll let him ask Cut 9 go But I want to take you to January 6th It's a very common topic here people has any defendant involved in the January 6th events been charged with insurrection I don't believe so Well that is the word most used by Democrats here on Capitol Hill About January 6th but no one has been charged with it that we could find either Doesn't matter they want to call it an

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Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | 1 d ago

Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat

"And we're back one on one with Jesse Jane Duff. Okay, we discussed it at the beginning of the show. Let's open it up a little bit further. The NDAA, the national defense authorization act the Republicans who are bending over backwards to facilitate the crazies in the Democrat party. Well, not crazy. The crazy Democrat party told us about this idea of the draft for women. And who's behind this insanity and give us your take justice? Well, you know, there is so much disarray with this current administration that I couldn't tell you the logic behind any of it. Other than they have been enabled by our enemies. I mean, I look at this as just watering down the capabilities of our United States military one drip at a time. And people, you know, I get on Twitter and I get these guys. I wanna say, well, you all wanted equality. And I'm like, stop it. Stop it. Don't sit here and argue with someone like me. I wasn't one of those lieutenants that went to go to the courts and protest ensues, so I could become a general one day. The odds of you becoming a general in the infantry are slim to almost zero. Number one, number two, what is your motivation for this? It's not going to impact combat readiness. On one level. So first of all, there was a study done by the United States Marine Corps when Obama had lifted the combat exemption for women. And I believe it was 2015. April 15th, I remember was tax day. And it went without nobody cried. Nobody cried. Civilian women didn't even care. And I'm sorry, civilian ladies, you never care till it impacts you. And the fact is, as they've taken it for granted that their daughters wouldn't get drafted, but I told that many radio shows and TV shows as soon as you put women in ground combat, how are you going to be able to say you can justifiably stop putting it having them in the draft? So here's the thing, the bulk of the women don't want to go in the infantry for a multitude of reasons. We have 45% less muscle mass 20% less won capacity. And I hear women in the army particularly want to get mad at me and say, oh, you're against women's rights. Say, you are not thinking this out. Even if a woman can get through the training, what are her odds of surviving hand to hand combat with the enemy? Because that's what Fallujah was. This is equivalent to putting a woman in a mixed martial arts cage with a man. You can not believe pounds or 80 pounds of equipment. And not only that, the enemy tends to fight on methamphetamines and other drugs. So that right there. Two. Even if you pass the training, your odds are you're going to be at the lower percentile of the men. Unless they've done so many accommodations, they've lowered the standard. You now have

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Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 1 d ago

Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different

"Welcome back to one on one with Marine Corps guttery sergeant Jesse Jane Duff. All right, so you joined the Marine Corps, Jesse James, you don't have driver's license. I want to give you MOS transport. They're going to be driving stuff. Big rigs. I got to ask you first because I'm just curious. What was your favorite thing to drive of all the rigs? Oh, they probably the Mac that when we at least a Mac truck at my commercial motor pole at camp Pendleton base motor transport. They at least a Mac at one time, and let me tell you there was nothing like it. It's like the Cadillac 20 feet up in the air. But I can tell you two of my favorite experiences. One was when I was driving. It was probably a flat nose white. I don't recall the tractor that I was in. And I was hauling heavy equipment to an Air Force Base outside of riverside, California to get offloaded onto a aircraft. And I have to drive through commercial streets, civilian streets, and I didn't have a concept of how I looked. I didn't realize I was pretty. I really didn't. I wasn't even allowed to date for goodness. Yes. Protective family. Straight into the moon. I mean, I knew I wasn't ugly, but I just did. So what happened? Well, so two things. Well, one. What are you wearing? Are you in common? Yeah, it's always in camouflage. So to experiences, being naive like that was very good for me because I was never arrogant or big headed, and I never thought I could. Manipulate people. No, I was always like, I got to prove myself. I got to work harder. Always. I was always like a maniac. So I'm driving this tractor trailer. Now remember looking at the roads and how the navigate the turn. This is a long trailer. And I look down and there's a civilian lady. She looks up at me. Her eyes pop out of her head. Her jaw drops, and then she gives me the biggest thumbs up, you would ever see. Like, she just thought that was so cool 'cause the side of the truck said the United States Marine Corps. I'm in camouflage. The second experience was offloading heavy equipment and, oh, no, to pick up equipment from an infantry unit in 29 palms. So I get out there, that's the desert. I have to back up into and I'm backing up into the dock to load up their hummers. They're humvees. And I jump out of the truck and the look on their faces was absolute shock. Now I'm a sergeant at this point. Marines are professionals. You hear all these horror stories from I'm sorry. In the Marine Corps, they see your rank, you don't hear a PEEP of disrespect. And I'm out of that truck and they'll look on their faces was seriously. She's gonna hold us out of here. You could just see it. And I said, all right, double dogs. I need to get you to drive up the hummers onto the trailer. And they're waiting for me to ask for help to chain it down. But we don't do that. When you're trained in the motor pool, you're taught how to chain down your gear. And again, I'm not thinking I'm a lady opened the door for me or help me. It was a different mindset. And then they stood there and watched me get the underneath those at the chains and then take the break apart, pull it in and clamp them all down all two or three hummers. And then I said, anybody want to ride back to camp Pendleton and that one of them had the balls to get on that truck. And I roll back to campell, guys, I'll see you there. And then they offloaded. But I would say those stood out to me because that's when I realized I was different.

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Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff on America's First Openly Transgender Four-Star Admiral

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 1 d ago

Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff on America's First Openly Transgender Four-Star Admiral

"She's none other than gunnery sergeant, UN United States Marine court Jesse Jane Duff, she worked on the Trump campaign co chair of veterans for Trump and also contributed a fellow colleague of mine on newsmax. Gunny, welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. I love your introductions. I get real big headed. Can't get me out of the studio after that. We will always stick to the truth. You are a gummy always a gunny. We've got to talk about what is happening in the last ten months to our services. As you know, the Marine Corps is especially close to my heart. I've worked with all the armed services but I spent two and a half years in Quantico. The latest breaking news item is we find it. I'm sure the Chinese are most impressed. I'm sure Vladimir Putin is quaking in his boots. We have a transgender admiral. Now thank the good lord, it's not in a real armed service. It's not in the coast guard or the navy. It's in the health corps, but put the footage up. This is what's his name Richard Levine, HHS, who has been made a quote unquote admiral in the health corps by the man who sadly bears the title commander in chief and president sleepy creepy Joe Biden. Jesse Jane, this disturbing turn of events, they're not going to keep this just to the health cor are they. Oh, absolutely not. For example, the national defense authorization act right now in Congress got passed. It has to go up to the Senate still. Got passed, though, that taxpayers would pay for transgender surgery. And vote for military members. Military members. So you could join the military. Now, here's something that a lot of people are not aware. The Trump administration did a year study on this under general Mattis, who was very open minded, maybe a little more so than many of us would have liked. For other issues such as women and ground combat, but getting back on this, general Mattis had this studied conducted and they came to find out that transgenders could join the military, but it would be after they've had the hormone treatment, the surgeries. And they were psychologically fit. So they were actually capable of doing the job. And there would be a 5, I believe it would be 5 years within the time that they are surgery. So that you knew that they had fully adjusted. We know that there are record breaking medical concerns among the transgender community for psychological issues, the what is it? What is it called gender dysphoria things to that effect? And I'm no expert on the topic. And I have no issue with the transgender being in the military, but I have a huge issue with the transgender who is using the military to be non

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House votes to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

House votes to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt

"I'm a Donahue reporting the house voted to hold long time ally an aide to former president Donald Trump Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to testify before the committee investigating the January capital rights committee member Wyoming Republican lays Cheney pointed out what Bannon said on a podcast the day before the riot he said all hell is going to break loose Cheney says it's clear Bannon must've been aware and may have been involved in the planning of what played out that day the American people deserve to hear his testimony Republicans like Indiana's Jim banks say this is a witch hunt he is a Democrat party boogeyman the

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The Streisand Effect: When Censorship Backfires

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | 1 d ago

The Streisand Effect: When Censorship Backfires

"Where does Barbara streisand live or where she once live? I said, Charlie, what does that have to do with anything? Barbara streisand has a big house or had I don't know if she still lives there. And Barbra Streisand was very upset that a certain photographer who wanted to try and catalog the erosion of the California coastline happened to photograph Barbra Streisand's home. Barbra Streisand did everything she possibly could to try to remove this. Barbara streisand was very upset that anyone would dare photograph her home. So this was put on the Internet and Barbra Streisand found out that her house was photographed. She said this was a violation of privacy. Now mind you, this was literally just some environmentalists that was taking pictures of the coastline. So Barbra Streisand realized this and up until she decided to do something about it the image was downloaded 6 times. 6 people were interested in her home. But once she filed a lawsuit to try to prevent anyone from finding out where the house was, the picture became international news and was downloaded 420,000 times in the following month. The lawsuit was eventually dismissed because there really is no violation of privacy to photograph what you can see in a helicopter. This started something known as the streisand effect. It's a phenomenon that occurs when an attempt to hide, remove or censor information, has the unintended consequence of increasing awareness of that information. Often via the Internet. This is exactly what is happening right now with Merrick Garland and the national school board association. In an attempt to censor moms and dads to show up to the school board meeting, just like how Barbra Streisand wanted to censor her home from being on the Internet. We're only 6 people went and saw it. As a result of that and the national school board association and Merrick Garland going after, the grassroots push of parents that have started to care about what's happening to their kids education. We are now seeing more people talk about the national school board association story than ever before.

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The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 1 d ago

The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

"Hey there folks I'm talking to doctor Hugh Rossi's with reasons to believe my new book is atheism dead in large part owes its existence to friends like heroes and John Lennox and James tour Stephen Meyer and many others. And I wrote it in part to introduce them to you, because the evidence that has been piling up in recent years and decades for a designer for a God is simply astonishing and we need to understand it is astonishing, you should look into it. You should familiarize yourself with it. It is just a wonderful time to be alive when all this stuff comes out. You mentioned that comets are 85% water and that they are replacing the water that naturally evaporates from earth, not much does, but what does is replaced by comets and you're saying it's roughly a one to one ratio? Roughly one to one and keep in mind where we get struck by a lot of miniature comets. So they don't do any damage to us. They come into the atmosphere. They break up and distribute the water quite evenly over the earth. And then we get the asteroids which deliver valuable metals to us. But you're typically taciturn about how amazing this is. I mean, the idea that we lose water, but whoops, it's replaced by these heavenly snowballs that come in at just about the rate we need them to. That just seems crazy. I mean, that's an amazing thing. I don't think I've ever really processed

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Reasons to Believe Founder Hugh Ross On How the Sun Affects Life on Earth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Reasons to Believe Founder Hugh Ross On How the Sun Affects Life on Earth

"Hey there folks, I'm talking to Hugh Ross. He is the founder and president of reasons to believe an extraordinary ministry and organization that has helped me a lot in making sense of how science accords with the God of the scripture, it's just wonderful to have you as my guest who we were just talking about something I don't think that I've heard before. You said that the earth in recent years very recently happens to be coinciding at a time when the sun is optimal for a planet like ours for life thriving on a planet like ours. And you said that window that perfect window is about a hundred thousand years where roughly halfway through that, what happened? What was the sun doing in the day of the dinosaurs or during the Cambrian era? How did that affect life on earth? Well, the windows fairly broad per bacterial life, about 4 billion years wide. For advanced global human civilization, that's where it's extremely narrow. And the time of the dinosaurs, the sun's fluttering activity was considerably greater than it is now. But they did not to worry about power grids being knocked out or the food supply being wiped out. So they did find what the sun having greater flaring activity. They did okay without having more x-ray and a gamma ray activity than it does right now. It's we humans that are most sensitive to that, and I got a new book come on and fine tuning, designed to the core, or I make the point that right now, the sun's luminosity stability is 5 times more stable than the next most stable star we can see anywhere in our entire

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Senator Rand Paul Reflects on the NIH Admitting to Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 1 d ago

Senator Rand Paul Reflects on the NIH Admitting to Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan

"As you you've been calling out Doctor Fauci about a very dangerous thing And that is the United States government taxpayer dollars using to fund gain of function research to make viruses more virulent And the left wing media tried to humiliate all that Rand Paul he's a conspiracy theorist Well hashtag Rand Paul was right again We've now got new information from the NIH indicating that you were right the entire time Yeah the NIH is now admitted that they funded research that to the eco health alliance that the eco health alliance took unknown bat viruses combined them with known bat viruses and then lo and behold they found some bat viruses that were much more potent much more deadly and much more transmissible That's a very definition of gain of function research And they lied about it So now we actually have the smoking gun the proof coming that even the NIH has decided you know what we could go to jail if we're caught in this line So it's going to be interesting Fallacy is coming back up to Congress if he's not afraid to He's going to be back up in front of us in two weeks Maybe three weeks we'll see what happens We'll see if he's going to continue with the line or if he's going to still try to argue that he was they weren't really fun to gain a

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The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

The Dan Bongino Show

03:01 min | 1 d ago

The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

"Again for regular listeners my podcast this is the kind of thing you're probably gonna be like Gary goes again with the Clinton surplus It's something I used to talk about all the time The Bill Clinton alleged surplus in the budget You remember that For those of you who are alive back then and I was 93 through 2000 You remember the Bill Clinton years And one of the things that left wing media hacks were so proud of in the Clinton years is you remember this one Jim Clinton man he ran a surplus in the budget For the first time we had more money We had more money than we were spending You doubt me for the younger folks who listen to my show I know we do well in that younger demo Thank you to you younglings out there We appreciate your attention I'd like you to just go and put that in a search engine on your phone Put Clinton surplus You can read thousands tens of thousands of articles about the Clinton surplus Proving to you yet again that the media will lie to your face Why Because there is no such thing It doesn't exist Why does this relate to Biden lying to you about the $3.5 trillion bill costing nothing Follow me I promise it'll make sense in you So in order to make this easy I went to a statistics site I didn't go to a partisan site on purpose I went to statista dot com It's a statistics site They don't have a political agenda It is simply statistics taken from the government and everywhere else Everybody got that It's not a right leaning sight so that a left leaning site It is a number site It's a two plus two equals four We don't really care about your opinion site So I want this to teach the dot com Now if you put in a search engine matter of fact liberals go to your favorite one Go to Google which you swear is like some big truth to the communists at Google You swear by it's your golden calf God Just put in there Clinton's surplus and read all the articles about oh my gosh Clinton my gosh this is amazing He had so much money There was a government surplus So I asked you this when I go to statista dot com And I pull up the Clinton presidency years 93 through 2000 right When I pull them up I notice this pattern with the national debt So now simple common sense household math would tell you what folks if you had a debt say you had a $100,000 in debt And every year you ran over with your expenses $10,000 You'd be adding 10,000 to the debt Bad for getting interest for a moment just in simple numbers that in ten years you'd have 200,000 in debt I know liberals let me do the math slow That's 10,000 plus 10,000 plus 10,000 on ten times okay So you'd add you would then add a $100,000 more in debt right Everybody getting that the liberals I know we gotta do this slow I'm very sorry You had a 100,000 you added 10,000 a year for ten years You have 200,000 a day That's how that works Forget interest for a second Okay I got to keep this simple There are Democrats listening So in the Clinton years if he was running a surplus every single year and whenever ran a deficit but was running a government surplus then how is it that these numbers never go down and only

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Biden Doubles Down on Bold-Faced Lie About His $3.5 Trillion Bill Costing 'Zero'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:12 min | 1 d ago

Biden Doubles Down on Bold-Faced Lie About His $3.5 Trillion Bill Costing 'Zero'

"Showing Here is Biden just openly lying to you again like the media is lying to you about there's a vaccine mandated Fox even though they know it's not true Here's Biden saying a $3.5 trillion bill is not only now he's doubling down on the likes he has no respect for you Not only is he saying it's going to cost you nothing Now he's saying this is great Not only is it going to cost you it's going to be a tax cut You're going to make money off this Here check this out Cost of the build back better Bill in terms of adding to the deficit is zero Zero Zero Because we're going to pay for it all In addition to that half of it is a tax cut Okay go eat something I don't have a cut coming for a while I want surprise you I promise When I see your head yeah you got some You got some time here Whatever you eat there go grab some Looks good Is it what a burger That's all I want to know It's not chicken fried steak when you are a Texan now Your New York bona fides are done Don't even go back to New York They won't even let you back in It's a good thing consider that a badge of honor So there he is Biden openly lying to again and as I said in the opening segment of the show you don't lie like this to people if you respect them If you care about them you only lie to people like that when you have a hatred in your heart for them You have zero respect for them right Now Biden knows full well that the $3.5 trillion percuss bankruptcy Bill which will bankrupt a bankrupt us and cause inflation like you've never seen before in your lifetime It'll cause a flood of 3.5 trillion brand new printed dollars in digital dollars to chase goods that don't exist I'm just asking you liberals out there even though your skulls are quite thick For a second to just digest something kind of in a common sense nugget If you're already acknowledging we don't have stuff It's locked up in ports because Biden couldn't figure out how to get people to work and truckers the truck and longshoreman to do it because he's anti supply side and supply side services If we don't have a lot of stuff now and there's shortages Do you think printing 3.5 trillion more dollars to chase stuff that doesn't exist What do you think that's going to do

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Everyone Wants Dan to Comment on His Vaccine Mandate Convictions

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 1 d ago

Everyone Wants Dan to Comment on His Vaccine Mandate Convictions

"Listening I'm getting a ton of emails from people looking for comment about my ongoing fight here with cumulus about this vaccine mandate You don't have to email me for a comment Every comment has been made on the show I'm obviously I don't try not to speak to reporters if I can help it from left wing rag outlets 'cause I don't want them making any money off my name and a click at least with my comments Sometimes it's impossible But I do my best But there's nothing out there that I haven't said on this show and on my podcast today where I go into even more detail Nothing So you know and please stop with the stupid questions again about the fox fictitious vaccine mandate that doesn't exist Please stop the insanity I'll get to that in a second too You're making yourselves look like idiots I don't understand what part of it you don't get that there's no vaccine mandate at Fox I don't know what part of it I don't know how many times that fact brick has to hit you in the head until you get through your dopey melons that there's no vaccine mandated I don't know what you're talking about And nobody else there does either It's not even gaslighting It's just pure

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Former Georgia Rep. Doug Collins on Trump's Appeal and Biden's Weakness

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Former Georgia Rep. Doug Collins on Trump's Appeal and Biden's Weakness

"Book, Doug Collins is with us former Republican congressman from Georgia on the subject of Donald Trump. This week, a quinnipiac poll came out showing that Donald Trump actually is more popular with registered voters than Joe Biden. One mainstream media outlet said, shock poll. Trump 41% favorability. Biden 40%. The only thing shocking is that anybody thought it was shocking. Yeah, but what do you expect? I mean, this is the media who's been obsessed with this. I mean, they have been in really what I almost say is a catatonic sit almost, except they're not laying prone and abandon where they're out actually screaming all the time since he came down the escalator to start with. Now, whether you know, again, no matter where you came from or where you started, Donald Trump has a way of connecting with the American people that it is still very prevalent in the poll is not shocking. When you have a president such as Joe Biden. I mean, just look at the contrast. President Trump, like I said, no matter what side of the fan she failed on. And for those of us who supported him, he would get, he would engage with the media he would fight back. He would give you his answers whether you liked or not. Joe Biden comes up reads a 7 minute statement. If he's going to take questions while I can't talk to you, or most of the time, though, the picture of this administration is him turning around and walking off without ever answering a question. There's no wonder. By the way, when people go to the gas bombs and at three and $4 gas when they see their shells in their grocery store with nothing on them when they see all of this going on inflation rising and they keep hearing this kind of elitism coming out of this White House. I'm surprised Joe Biden, frankly, you know what the shock pole for me is that it's 40%. No kidding. Yeah, I would think it would be about

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Dmitry

Real Time with Dmitry

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Dmitry

"Today our topic is accessibility specifically how to make your website accessible. And why should you even care the term. Accessibility ability is the list of best practices that you can and shoot apply to your website to make it usable by as many people as possible and not only is a general thing to do what what having your website accessible will also improve the search engine optimization increase the user base conversion rates and potential revenue after watching this episode. What you will know how people with different kinds of disabilities are using the Internet? How heaven accessible website helps them and how to make your website accessible using the best practices? According to the statistics twenty six percent of adults engage of eighteen to forty four and United States have some type of disability and this includes ability vision hearing and cognitive impairments such as color blindness four partial blindness hearing loss. ADHD depression and many others. These people special tools also known as assistive technologies Oh Jeez or eighty s to excess and interact with the web content such as blocks news the commerce stores and books just like you do in nineteen ninety ninety eight the US Congress amended section five or eight to require federal agencies to update their electronic technology. To make it accessible to people with disabilities it's been a long time since then and section five. Oh eight was further updated and on January eighteen of the year two thousand eighteen and updated section five or eight refresh. Fresh officially took effect. Many states have adopted it since then and require every ecommerce website it has been dated after January eighteen to have all of it products products and services to be compliant many well known brands such as Kylie Jenner Brooks brothers and footlocker have experienced legal complications due to their products products are services being accessible by people with disabilities and many EU countries have similar requirements as well so how exactly people people with different kinds of disabilities using the internet and what kind of assistive technologies the use most popular. At's are screen retailers. such as chrome walks voiceover for apple products and useful windows which used by people with vision. Impairments every webpage kimber presented as three of nasty objects and elements and that is called dom document object model screen readers utilized dome to narrate the possible navigation options for example whenever a screen reader user open successful website navigation options for him will behead her navigation menu main content and further if the website is not built accessibility in mind. A screen reader is going to narrate regular elements without providing any specific information resulting in the rations such a section or block which makes it extremely difficult to navigate on the website. People with hearing impairments do not use any specific. Ats to serve the Internet. However if a video video or audio track is Houston the article decant access that unless you provide captions people with mobility impairments might have difficulties doing exact hand movements movements that are required to precisely move the mouse and they often use a keyboard as their only source of navigation and even though people with cognitive impairments do not use any specific assistive technologies? They might have difficulties with understanding the website content remembering how to complete certain tasks they can be distracted by advertisements or audit content and might be confused with inconsistent page. Layouts let's see what best practices can. We apply to inaccessible website to make it usable by people with disabilities. The visual accessibility is quite difficult to implement properly and might require a lot of changes for a website to be compliant. The the first time that you can make is to see how the website would look for people with color blindness and luckily there are tools to help you with that. If you use Google chrome there's an extension called colorblind dollar blinding. That will change the color of any web. Page to simulate different forms of color blindness and these features are built into safari and Fire Fox and can be accessed by accessibility. Accessibility inspector will train. Designers will quickly come up with a solution if there are any problems and it can also be fixed manually since most your building software warns as a user if they're color Palette might be problematic for colorblind people. The next step is making your website screen reader-friendly which requires the use of semantic. HTML elements such as article. Header food. Her naff summary Aside and many others instead of just using the Dak everywhere. Dan Dan you should set up area roles for elements on your pages so that screen. Readers can narrate it properly. visit includes search dialogue alert banner and more so if there was an authorization error and alert area role will narrate that to the user without having to find the error message on the beach. Every rapper element that is not necessary for page age. semantics should be hidden from screen readers by the use of area hidden attribute to make sure that user won't have to navigate from several layers of let's say a header to accessible says the navigation panel many complex. Ui elements such as they'd beakers and custom dropdown. Menus are often inaccessible due to the incorrect use of semantics or because they cannot be focused without a mouse any dynamic content. Such as warnings are messages and real time feeds can also be affected so pay attention to these the final step S. providing captions for all images on the page and labels for elements that cannot be describing area role using area label attribute. Don't have any text on the images unless it's one hundred percent necessary and if you do at a caption below the person can read it. Keep your labels and captions short descriptive and clear such as companies logo photo of the Desk County select or comments section. Keep in mind. These are going to be narrated by the screen reader and nobody. He wants to spend their time listening to long on the script of sentences and remember what I said about search engine optimization web crawlers that Google and other search engines used to scan under website behave very similarly to screen readers since they're not real people and can't see the full picture just like we do by adding captions and improving the semantics. They will be able to more accurately understand the content of your website placing a tire on the search list. Mobility accessibility is highly affected headed by the semantics and shouldn't require many changes if your website is already optimized for screen readers. A keyboard is the main and sometimes the only way of navigation for mobility impaired people. So it's important to make sure that every interactive element on the website is accessible using just a keyboard. Can you authorize without a mouse is. He's it possible to complete the checkout with only using a keyboard Willem ability person be able to leave a comment or review. Does your product image slider support keyboard controls controls in order to understand that you have to do some manual testing yourself to see the user experiences as smooth as it is using a mouse. Common problem is not using. I think the bottom. HTML tech for interactive elements which leads to an element being enforceable and unreachable with a keyboard and not a one is only using on click event handlers ignoring during the keyboard events and even though most browsers three event when an enter buttons pressed some older versions of Internet explorer might not and make sure to autofocus focus interactive elements in dynamic content such as POPs modal windows and banners for accepting the privacy policies. The easy to apply is accessibility for hearing impaired people. If you have any audio content on your website just add a caption below it describing. What is it all about eve? The audio audio plays a big part in understanding your content. You should add captions for the whole audio. and Luckily there are tools like objects that will extract the speech out of an audio file and converted convert to text format the final and most complex one is website optimizations for cognitive embarrass people. They don't use any assistive technologies that we can do optimization nation for and instead we have to work with the content itself and the user interface or you I before we start I'm by no means a professional. Ui designer and this subjective opinion on how to see website structured. If you want more detailed information you should probably contact specialist. The first thing is to obviously keep accountant as simple as possible using plain language and minimizing the use. A professional terms. Try to make it look like a speech if the topic allows that supporting in your content with the explanation of video audio or images is also good idea. But don't forget about other disabilities while doing that. Minimize any distractions such such as banners advertisements unnecessary content and dynamics especially for articles or any other content. That requires a high level of concentration. May Core your process is on your website such authorization commenting checkout and registration as simple as possible divided into several logical steps without throwing information all at once and make sure that there is nothing to distract the user during this applying these practices to your website we will not only make it more accessible to cognitive impaired people people will also make it much more usable by everyone. My favorite example is paypal. It's very easy to set up there. You is clean. There is no necessary information information on any of the pages and content is divided into sections that make sense there are has nothing but to input fills in the bottom and my account count bauge only shows your pay pal balanced attached cards warning error and in the vacation menu. Tailoring user experience takes years of trial. And there're and we all appreciate the effort when visit the website that is convenient to use. This information should be enough for you to start with making your website accessible l.. But there is much more you can do to improve the experience for people with disabilities. And if you want to learn more visit the eleven y project ADT com. That has many any advice and tips such as making accessible drop down and properly hiding counts on your page. It's our responsibility to make the web accessible and taking into account count all of the benefits and the tavern accessible website provides. It's not only the right thing to do for other people but also for your business if you're running an ECOMMERCE store it'll result in an increase in conversion rate and revenue and if you're a developer clients are willing to pay big money to make their websites accessible to everyone. Let me know if you like this episode and want to see more content like that. Check the podcast descriptions to see my contact new episodes released every Monday and make sure the press the follow Baden to not miss them. I hope you enjoyed the holiday. And let's make the weapon the more accessible in the year. Two Thousand Twenty CEA by..

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Dmitry

Real Time with Dmitry

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Dmitry

"Music overdue gaming content this series designed to help you to get into sound recording and explained essentials. It'll help you to get the best sound quality possible possible in your bedroom I'm your host and let's make your audio content sound great and professional together. The topic of sound is very brought. And there's a lot to take into account when a sound recording takes place however there is one thing that rarely gets much attention from begin youtuber a Tube Ursel broadcasters and that is there room reverberation or over every room has its unique sound which depended they mentions position of the microphone and and angle of the sound source relative to the Mike. You might have heard the term treated room and in this episode. I'm going to explain. Why is it important to properly treat your room. And what negative and positive effects can river have on your recording. Let's begin in order to proceed with the topic. You're I need to know what sound is if you have ever worked with any audio editing software you probably know that digital sound found is presented as a periodic wave that goes up and out these ups and downs have to do it sound pressure. Each wave has arrest point when there is no pressure plight light meaning no sound is produced. Whenever wave goes up it's cold compression resulting in an increase of sound pressure. And whenever goes down. It's it's cold rare faction decreasing sound pressure. If you have speakers with large drivers in your house you can easily see how their membrane reacts to compression and verify action action resulting in vibrations and this is especially noticeable with lower base frequencies and our eardrum reacts to these vibrations making your huge sound. And you can even even field a pressured. Sound coming out of the speakers with your hands. Each sound wave has its amplitude. Wave Land Time period and frequency. The the amplitude is the distance between the rest point to any of the extreme points. Either the biggest red faction or the biggest compression values of sound wave or in simple wirtz parts. How loud the sound of the wave produces is way. Flint is the minimum distance in which sound repeats itself or basically a distance from one peak to the the next week time period. Is Time that it takes to produce a wave of certain length. How th of a second for example and amount of times at the wave can be produced within one second and is called frequency and measured in Hertz. So the one hundred Hertz. Wave repeats its Wayland one hundred times in one second now. We can proceed seed with the river and is just a term for their beauty of sound waves reflect off of different surfaces resulting in a decrease of amplitude or loudness in order for you understand how it sounds like this is the regular sine wave weight at one thousand. Hertz frequency and this is the same wave but with added reverberate fact. You might say that you room definitely does not sound like that and that is true. It doesn't tell you but it might sound like that to the microphone. Your according with since they're much more sensitive than our ears and are able to capture. Sounds that we can't even hear the sound however spreads when faces soft obstacles such as foam that is Houston recording studios decreasing amplitude and dozen volume. You probably don't don't have any foam in your room but objects like plush toys wallpapers furniture. And even your chair collaborate to decrease the amount of river in order to see how much which river does your room. Have Troy clapping in your bathroom. I then in your closet full of clothes and finally in your room. The bathroom should produce reduce the most river of an echo because it has no surfaces to stop the sound from reflecting. Niklas should have little to no river because your clothes are going to absorb most of it and you room somewhere in the middle if it sounds more like bathroom it means that. Your room is poorly. Treated and river have a noticeable effect on the recording. And if it sounds more like a closet your room is relatively well treated and released won't be much of a problem but how exactly does river perfect the recording. I think this has to do with. How sound waves combined for example whenever two identical sound waves play at the same time. They're amplitude is going to be summed up it just like in regular math. So if an amplitude of each wave is five decibels he's going to become ten decibels however as sound waves have both compression. Russian and rare faction their amplitude values can be both negative and positive and when we saw minus five to a five we get zero arrest point or no sound produced in solemn design. We have the term face which is measured in degrees and a time period of wave can be present in degrees as well where zero is the starter for wave. One hundred and eighty's middle point and three hundred sixty is then to the current cycle phases can be offset and one hundred ninety degrees offset. Set will mean that the wave stars in the middle of its regular cycle and changes it from zero to three hundred to become one hundred eighty two five hundred and forty degrees resulting elting in a complete opposite of the regional wave or makes waves to be out of phase where we originally had body failures winnow have negative and vice versa. And when we some impetus up the whole wave is going to sit on the rest point and produce no sound and exact. One hundred and eighty degrees is face. Offset is very rare. And you're most likely not going to experience that video voice. You can't however experience that with your speakers especially the Saab Wolfer. The common problem that people have that sound from their sub. Woofer is extremely loud in one part of the room and he can barely be heard in the other part of the room and this is because does the sound guests reflected off the wall and the Saab Wolfer is also producing sound at the same time then to reflect that sound can have face off set that will vary for each room. mm-hmm based on his name mentions some reflected frequencies will have zero face offset compared to the sound from the Sun Wolfer resulting in an amplitude increase. And some other frequencies it will be completely cancelled out by one hundred and eighty degrees of face that reflection generated. I made an example with Saab Wolfer because base frequencies are more affected did you to their wavelength that much. Bigger compared to higher frequencies an eight thousand hurt sound wave will have a length of four centimetres as opposed to free and a half meters of one hundred hurt sound wave which allows a wave of lower frequencies to bounce off the wall multiple times making it almost impossible to avoid frequency cancellation elation in a non prepared room. Voice is different on the other hand. It's not just a single sound wave but multiple thousands of them combined and every single one one of them contributes towards our unique voice. Don't that can be easily destroyed by poorly treated room. Even the smallest portions of reverse will come back into the microphone modifying the dynamics by increasing and decreasing the amplitude of different frequencies coloring the sound to either muddier. If the lower frequencies were affected or harsher harsher for higher frequencies. I prepared a small recording for you to prove my heart. I will say the same phrase multiple times and will emulate reverb that you're ru might might have by copying. The recording started just a fraction of a second later than the original original recording. This is a sample to check the REVERB. The difference of thirty milliseconds. This is a sample to check the REVERB. The difference of forty milliseconds. This is a sample to check the river. The difference of fifty milliseconds. This is a sample to check the river. This is a sample to check the river. You heard it yourself itself but don't get me wrong. REVERB isn't always met. River is only bad when it's unintentional people who record their singing on musical. Musical instruments are happy to record in a huge hole with a lot of reverb because it gives a unique. Don't do the recording making it sound natural and smooth. The Acoustic Guitar even has a whole body that is designed just for that purpose. It's perfectly shaped in such a way. So that the final sound is bright and full and all of that. Thanks to the river in your room however will shape and design for people to live in it not for sound recordings that they mentioned materials in the room. Don't provide that sweet pretty-sounding whole career up with the complete opposite harsh sound that corrupts the recording if you ever wanted to have river in your recording. It's a much better idea to added added in post processing shaping the room how you want and keeping the recording as clean as possible and even though there is software that can help you to reduce the amount of free work in. You're recording. You have to understand that it's not magic and with removing REVERB. Some of your voice also gets cut out and this also applies to the whole process itself if there is only as much as you can do in the post so always try to keep your recording the cleanest way possible without any river popping noise quipping and of course without a cat scratching your sofa. Thanks for listening. Did you like this one. I have established. My podcast schedule will and going to release a new episode every week at Monday and education episodes about sound recording. Just like this one every month. So expect the next Bart. That'll that'll be about microphone. Choice for your home studio to come somewhere in the January. If you don't want to miss it praised the follow bottom to make sure you're always up to date and if you want to discuss. How's the topic or ask me a question. Feel free to ride a comment on my blog or DNA on instagram. More links are in the description of podcast. Have a nice holiday. Keep improving crewing yourself and see you in the.

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Dmitry

Real Time with Dmitry

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Dmitry

"And skills to help someone else with the problem and hopefully get paid for that I personally love the idea freelancing and according to statistics I'm not the only one to happiness rate among the freelancing platforms platforms is very high both clients Phelan's her sloughed results and I can understand away. Freelancer became a buzzword. I also did freelancing for a year and I I want to share my both positive and negative experiences that I had so that you can decide if it's the right job for you and let's start with the things that I like about freelancing the first one brioche obvious you can build a work schedule yourself and that is awesome you can work for twelve hours straight one day and then two weeks off at any time you want without anyone saying thank. You can't do this right now. Police wait for a month. The second thing is that freelancing is a great way of getting some additional income especially when you have a job already new possibilities you have under freelance arena are huge. You can make money by doing literally anything in freelancing because I can do stuff not related to programming leader. I can work with audio. Make voiceovers do the stuff that I love and always loved but now I'm wanting to take the risk of making these my main career even if I know make a lot of money. It's already good enough for me if I can pay for my adobe audition subscription just by doing some work that randomly pops up and finally freelancing. Is that one thing clean. That barely needs any effort from your site. Of course if you plan to make a living off it you'll have to work very hard and self promotion and your authority on each of the freelance websites sites. But if you're like me and just want to have some additional income that will cower expenses for your hobbies. It's really not that hard if you don't already have an account on all popular freelance platforms. There's virtually no reason not to make them all right now. It will take you a few hours to fill in your portfolio and make your profile Likud and trustworthy early but if you already have a few finish projects just attach them and they will speak of your skill on their own. Will you get the job on that same day. Probably know it might take weeks or even months before you get the first offer but you will get it one day and taking into account the fact that it requires zero attention from from you. It sounds like a good deal to me. So who is freelancing really for. I'd say it's students retired professionals. People who already have an established career and are looking for additional income and finally DIS who want to improve their skills by doing the real work. If you belong to any of these categories go ahead and troy freelancing relaxing. I promise you it's going to be fun. And even if you are not losing anything anyway however I often see people that want to freelance to be their primary career who wants to make serious money off of it and quit their job to have all of this week. Advantages that freelancing provides as. You've already guessed this. This is where the yes part and I have worked as a freelance programmer. And a half several friends. Who did it as well and are still doing that for living full time in the next expert? I'm going to share some of our experiences with you so that you will be prepared for what might happen. If you decide to make freelancing your fulltime job he won't be a surprise to you if you want to make some real money with freelancing you'll have to work hard very hard but what does it actually involve and let me start with the very first steps that everyone makes when they have just made an account freelance platform and that is your profile portfolio. Many of you don't have any words that can be presented to declined because you're a student with no real experience or maybe someone who's previous projects are under a nondisclosure closure agreement your options are very limited. At that point you can do work for free. Make something out of your head as if it was a real project and present it in such way. Well finally just steal someone else's work the I do we'll take your precious time and the last one is risky because you can get your account bent and making yourself. A great portfolio might take months. And you won't get good offer without one. Many people quit that step when they realized that competition. Asian is so big that it will take our sniping for offers in order to get even the smallest paycheck. But if you're strong enough to overcome that then things start to to get better gas. You have finished projects. On a freelancing platform have a good portfolio and feedback. Then your career can finally start and you will. Oh grow and will grow fast. I have to really give that to freelancing search algorithms that most platforms January. Tried to help you but you will start facing one. I think it's very boring place. It was like that for me as a programmer. Ninety percents of my projects were messy void press or e commerce stores course written in an old version of PHP with bad code. That's been written by other freelancers. This was never the thing I wanted to do. In my life and even though the income John was pretty solid. I never got the professional satisfaction of working with these projects. I studied programming to work with the latest libraries and frameworks for perspective languages. Work on enterprise level projects in a real team of people just like me who enjoys taking the challenges but freelancing felt like I'm stuck in the year two thousand and ten ten and it's never going to change make any progress however it's not always like that I didn't offer is very interesting and perspective projects they'd like to add to my portfolio and be proud of but they required me to work forty hours a week which is not any different from the nine to five job and my final. MM concern is something that I always tried to avoid the legal stuff. In order to be a freelancer. You have to be registered as a self employed person in your country it pay taxes and have your own accounting book and Dude at all on your own or pay someone to do that for you. So don't forget about a time. Expenses and and most importantly risk being a self employed person involves nobody wants to mess with the government. And remember that whenever you see any price under freelance platform subtract ten to twenty percent. That's taken as a fee and then another twenty or so that you will have to pay to your government and this is exactly. We had twenty dollars that are paid declined translated into eleven fifty that I go to my bank account after the fee and taxes of course some platforms do not require you to be a self employed person and you can keep all of your money and you'll pay pal account. The two can only transfer them to your bank account if you will pay the taxes meaning you have very limited use for the money earned and to draw bottom line. Even though my experience with freelancing wasn't perfect I'd still say yes to that the advantages advantages are awesome. And I'm still doing answer the side job but I switched from programming to voice overs and audio mixing. I recorded this podcast to make sure you know what you're signing signing up for and I don't want you to spend the whole year as I did just to realize that nine to five job works much better for you as long as You keep freelancing more about fun and less about money is going to be a wonderful journey that will make you happy and proud of yourself. Thanks for listening. I hope there was some information for you in this podcast. And if you want to add anything or just chat with me feel free to contact me all of my social networks in email is into bio until the next time bye..

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"The average voter out there, they rank it. But that's what leaders do conveys the avenue. I get you live in the world of actual. But if democrat mechanics of it, though, if the jobs in the economy are always going to be hard time, even though they're voters Brash's by eight a bread and butter Madam. If Democrats run the same kind of. Bland poll-tested driven campaign. Guess what? We're not going to get people excited about voting in two thousand twenty we have to mix it up. We gotta put a little trinity a little room with what's I agree with your base your base that we so jacked up your base is going to come out of vote against the sum bitch. No matter what we're gonna have to get some people in places like Florida, and Ohio and Pennsylvania Michigan who are those like male deer hunt. Democrats prediction, we have four hundred and fifty two candidates running the one that gets the nomination will inspire people will happen. It will be an inspirational candidate because they're going to have to fight through a hell of a crowd to get one last name Bill, and I know it's black history month. So I get a little extra time. I got this. No. Glad all month. I'm a little talk about. All right. We've got. All right. But what concerns me is that we keep talking about getting to seventy and what happened in two thousand sixteen is that we by passed so many people and trying to get the two seventy that we forgot that we have people in the middle of the country that want to hear from Democrats. They wanna hit commonsense solutions. And that's what we that's. And that's why we have. A great for the environment for one second here. This every election. It's like, well, you know, with the environment is very important. But if you talk about are, you gonna lose voters they don't care about that listen to AccuWeather predicts that the total economic loss to the state of California due to the wildfires member. Those few months ago, we had here will be four hundred billion dollars four hundred billion dollars. So when Republicans say, you know, oh, you want to switch over to to renewables. How are we gonna pay for that? How are we going to pay for this? And and you know. Really do die because of climate change. They really do and this cancer used to be one in one hundred now it's like one in three right? There's an insect apocalypse, if the B's go the food goes, I mean, I know this is something that liberals cheer on. But everybody a leader is someone who takes that message. That's what Republicans have always been good at. Oh, the people don't believe that. We don't care. We'll make them believe that they like the public option. Give us six months, though, eight it, right? That's what Democrats have to do. Okay. Next issue while we have a few minutes before not so praising both Jesse small. It are smell. I I've never heard of this, man. I'm so sorry Jesse Jesse. I'm sorry. I'm mispronouncing the name. Look, I'm not defending him. But it seemed like when Trump does it. It's called truthful hyperbole. You don't have to be. But it seems to me that what it said about America is that there is nothing as powerful as a victim. And that is a big problem in this country. He he wanted to be a victim. He just didn't want to go through all the steps as he wanted to raise. He wanted to raise. He wanted money. That's what he wanted hidden. No one wants to be a victim of hate crimes. No one wants to be a victim of of being attacked him brutalized because you're gay are you black or you're Jewish? That's bullshit. He wanted a pay raise. And he wanted to bring attention to himself. I'm angry with him. I'm upset with him. And. Now the city and Sakaba apology. They are real live victims out there today. And I just shut up what? Whereas he played a terrible game. And it it's painful, I feel like we've gone from this place where now I hear people say victims should be believed victims should be taken seriously. Absolutely, right. It comes should not always be believe, take you. Seriously, absolute that's a big difference. But we seem to have skipped that step as we always do rights for so long Bill victims weren't taken seriously, you're looking at somebody who's been a lot of time in a courtroom prosecuting sex crimes..

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Now, if we're going to get our ass kicked by the empire, again, we are worse than I thought. Trump America is an unwilling reluctant empire. The pick rarity of America. Is that even when America is an empire. It is a little Tunceli own. Yes. Of course, but own willingly. There with a quote from a very famous writer, which is Americans are earn voluntary romance romance romantic romance Italians, oh, I see empire from involuntary Romans. And this is the different Putin is voluntary in Paris. China wants really to shave the world Elgon wants to have all the area of the former autumn and pare back under his true, Americana countries. Do we have troops in over one hundred we have basis all around the world? We're so reluctant. Why don't we do it? So why do we never leave anywhere? We still have troops in Germany. You all leaving Donald Trump is living that good for you. Maybe I don't know the one good thing. I thought he was going to do Donald Trump has two thousand you have America's two thousand troops in Syria who staff east to protect the last Syrian Democrats who were exterminated and who's. Task is to protect the less curls with our allies, and whom we betrayed and Donald Trump wants to withdraw these two thousand special of American soldiers. This is very bad. Let's end on a feel good story. The ISIS brides are coming. No, there are two ISIS brides. I read about this week one British woman who is not sorry about it. She says when she saw people beheaded. That's she said guts good because, you know, they're, obviously enemies vessels. But the American Girl, I think she's from Alabama. She feels very bad about it. Well, I'm going to let it run. But they'd be able to come back or the Trump administration said right that she can't come back. She does on American citizen. Well, there is some question about whether her father was still a diplomat when she was born if he wasn't and she was born in the US, she's a US citizen right now, what should happen to her. She should be brought back to the US as US citizen. She should be indicted and taken to court because she went out and join a terrorist operation, and I'm sorry, she feels bad about. But the reason we have to that way. Is it the world law matters, just Mike Pompeo and Donald Trump saying you can't come back. That's not following the. The courts, well, we should be talking about. There are thousands of interpreters in Iraq and Afghanistan who saved Americans lives who worked shoulder to shoulder with American troops and this administration has cut off their visas. That's right. So let's forget about the woman who wanted to kill the west and get these. Endanger everyday and get them over here. Just to show you were talking earlier about the hypocrisy of the administration when we were in Europe on the delegation to Munich and to NATO in Brussels, we met with Belgian leaders and the first thing they raised with us. Not surprisingly wasn't tweet of the president's in which hours before meeting. The president had tweeted you Europe, you'd better take back these eight hundred four and fighters that we are going to basically let let go when we leave when we pull out a Syrian. I agree with you completely. I think that would be a mistake you better take them back because if you don't I'm just going to release them, right? And they said to us you are ally. And we have to learn about this not in private diplomat discussions, but in a threatening way on Twitter, and then less than two days later, the president says, oh that woman and child I've instructed the sector state not to allow them into the country. So Europe, you take those eight. Hundred. But I. Woman and child to come to the states for prosecution. How can you maintain any kind of credibility or leadership when of consistency to this extent? No consistent. Are you told them that on FOX? Maybe. Joel new episodes of real time with Bill Maher every Friday night at ten or watch him any time when each on demand for more information, log onto HBO dot com..

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Right. He he was at it was awful that he thought and felt what he did that that was reprehensible, and we can't have a discussion like that by Twitter or by an off handed comment because it is so everything. Everything good. You have to learn to ignore Twitter. I didn't think that's I think that's right. And and I think the point is how do you create a conversation that acknowledges these are not these are? No, these are not hypothetical conversations because we had tree of life synagogue. We had Emmanuel AME church. We had I mean, people are actually dying because of the stereotypical tropes that and so it's it is responsible. Not to talk about it better in the Jewish community this week again because of. New congresswoman on Omar. She is Muslim one of the first two. I think we have in congress, and she's apologize. She's under a lot of fire because she was talking about the Jewish lobby a pack. And she said it's all about the Benjamins. Now, I probably don't agree with her a lot about what she feels about Israel and Palestine. But I don't know why this has to be seen as at semitic. Now, she may be anti-semitic. But if I criticize Saudi Arabia that doesn't mean I'm Slama folk. And yes, no, it depends. How I mean there are things you could say about Saudi Arabia that would make people raise their eyebrows a little bit. If you say, it's a repressive all garlic regime that plunders it's people then you're saying factual thing there are jokes remarks. You could make there are there are things you could say that would be demeaning or sliding, I I have to say, I think one of the things that maybe congressman Omar got lucky with is that bike starting this controversy. She was able to that. We are not thinking that she was defending the brutal authoritarian corrupt kleptocratic regime of Venezuela. And opposing American action to try to bring a resolution to this terrible humanitarian crisis, which she was taking laying there. And I think one of the reasons that her party took a firm line against her was something that was just outside the realm of American politics, which he would think would encourage the rise of a democratic Venezuela. And by the way, your description and Venezuela could applied to HAMAs in Gaza. Right. A lot of places one of the things I think we are as we entered this new century we carry around with us, especially those a little bit older a mental map formed in a different time. And we use terms of left and right that don't apply that there are gangster governments and sometimes as in Venezuela. They use language that resonates with left wing people. And sometimes as in Russia. They use language that resonates with were conservative people that same. It's that and the world orders increase in one of gangster versus non gangster governments. Organized around stealing governments organized around the rule of law and those governments had organized, and we will have a lot more in common with any despite whatever language or slogans they use. And so I just implore people. There are people on the show who you know, are going back into the ancient past I have to feel aggressive person and Madero and who Travis before say things that sound like they resonate with me. I have to overlook the massive amount of fraud and stealing and violence and now death squads appearing in Venezuela. Don't be conned progressives, we should also speak up for human rights for Palestinians. And I think for too long, I think it's been out of bounds or progress. Palestinian. And I I I I don't know. I don't know about bin as Wayland. So I won't talk about it. But I think, but I think it is point of view human rights. She was in your mind. And the Venezuelan issue is not. And that says something about what has happened for. That's. That's the things that get talked about in American media more like I just haven't read that much about Venezuela. But you know, around Palestine have been talked about for decades in this country. So we more educated wish we had more time for this one. But we don't it's time for new roles. Everybody knew. Okay. Just as urban outfitters suggest this vibrator as Valentine's Day gift doesn't mean you should buy as Valentine's Day gift. What could.

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Real Time with Bill Maher

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"I think the biggest threat to long-term stability United States is actually China China is trying to surpass the United States as the global hegemony. But I will say this when we when when we wrote trust in our intelligence community in our federal law enforcement that has an impact through the rest of the world. The only way that we're gonna continue to deal with China is making sure we have allies when our allies can't trust us. They don't know with if they think there's a disconnect between what the executive branch says and what the the working, folks. Whether it's in the State Department or the CIA that is a problem. Why that's why speak out. That's why I try to articulate these concerns because there's only three of us. I've ever spent time in the intelligence community that are now in congress. And this is why speak up and try to articulate what we should be doing. But I feel like if you're really speaking up you would speak out against the president. And you would break with them. Do do you think? I I do Rolo op-ed about the Helsinki decision. When he was standing up there next to Vladimir Putin. And I said, I I never would have thought all my time as undercover officer in the CIA that I would see US president getting played by the Russian KGB. Right. And so. So then you say is we have to impeach this president we have to somehow get rid of this president, do you? Honestly think this president puts country first, which is what you did in the CIA. I mean, more than anybody because you guys do it anonymously. My job. I agree. When I disagree when I disagree. And this is for for me, making sure the men and women that I served alongside with that are still fighting wars. We've been fighting the global war and terrorism for seventeen years these men and women I speak out on behalf of them. And ultimately, there's going to be election in twenty twenty where the American people are all all these all these issues, I know that in your first two years of the Trump administration you voted with the most of the time. But in this year, you not voted with them at all, right? I think over twelve well that number is is a little misleading, by the way last congress. We had almost thousand bills I think it was like nine thousand nine hundred sixty seven and guess what? All but fifteen with done in the bipartisan way, nobody talks about that number. You've probably never heard that number. And so that that that stats is cherry pick certain. Pieces of legislation that you may or may not have voted on. It's not the entire trying to give you out not really with Trump want to be on this time. I I agree when I -gree I disagree when I when I disagree. All right. And we're gonna continue to do that. And in this issue right now with water security. I think is is a perfect example of that making sure that we're supporting dreamers is is another area that we continue. Supporting I'm always make sure that I have the backs of the men and women in our intelligence. All right. Well, thank you for your service. You're also a brave man. Thank you. All right..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"He sounded forever. Let's keep you here. Can we add another new rule? Here. Here's what's always funny as when we actually agree when one person of one party agrees with so many other party. We always say be more like me. Right. But can't we just say for once? We're actually in agreement because making sure we have two strong parties is important to this country. The competition of is what made has made this. Okay. But but one party is neighboring Donald Trump, and one party is in may bling all these things that we're talking about the fact that he's able to get away with giving security clearances to people who don't deserve them is because the Republican party is a whole is not standing up to him. And his allowing the reason why he gets away with having meetings with Putin, and nobody gets to take notes. I mean, what goes on in these meetings with Putin? It's the Republican party. It's not a bipartisan endeavor why he's able to right away with this. And that's why many of us who were in the Republican party said they have to lose they have to lose really badly. So that they will either they'll either start over or some other party will come up. But if can't have a party that has lost its mind and lost. Okay. Mr Mayor where were you surprised to learn that the Trump foundation is being forced to dissolve after allegedly engaging in a shocking pattern ability gallery. The. I mean Bill I I have to say I did not recover from that report. It was so shocking to be no this is. The guy has been a con man to it's amazing is back in the nineteen eighties. When he's done disgusting know, he called for the execution of five young men in the central park five case who were proven innocent. He took out full-page as call for executing this guy, he has stiffed his workers every step along the way in the hotel industry. He's a con man who got away with it for decades. And then you gotta get away with it this time. I hope not okay. Thank you. Thank you. I told me episodes of real time with Bill Maher every Friday ninety ten or watch him anytime each be o- on demand. For more information. Log on HBO dot com..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"I mean, this is this is the I hope this leads to a bigger discussion with all due respect to the congressman. Where's the War Powers? Actually, you need it all these wars have happened without congressional authorization. And somehow the congress is not clamoring to buy that. This was a bipartisan is the to give up. The last time we declared war was right two thousand one was it was not even be a non World War. You actually don't want to declare war right now when you declare war that means the president gets these all these powers here in the United States. That's why it's an authorized the use of military force that that's that's open to since we've discovered now a whole bunch of these emergency powers, which sounds like these things are still on the books. Some of them have been on the books for sixty years. We don't even know what they are. So to the mayor's point it used to be like back when I was a member of the Republican party in the deep dark ages that the Republican party was against respect wasn't it like two years. It was like twenty. Yeah. So you still be the Cardi that didn't like executive power. It used to be the pal Paul Ryan would give speeches about congress recruiting the power that wasn't was president. Yeah. It's completely different with George W Bush was saying that. No, no, no. It's all simple always paid executive power until they have both parties both parties did this. Let's pick. They're both parties in the congress have stepped away from the responsibility left it to the president. And this is something we should be asking questions about as Americans. Why are why were we in Saudi Arabia, and she me and Yemen? Why we only backing Saudi Arabia in Yemen? Why are we part of a humanitarian crisis why we're our tax dollars killing families and children, and the congress said nothing until very recently something's wrong with that equation, two points here. I think Jennifer is absolutely right. That congress in the past and they get I've only been congress four years. So I use that that past tense has given power to the executive branch in the. The congress is supposed to be a co equal branch of government. And that's where they've given too much up. And that's an we're trying to call some of that back. There was a vote earlier this week about saying our support for NATO because NATO has been responsible for seventy years of peace and prosperity. We're in Yemen because the Iranians were creating a human humanitarian crisis in Yemen. And so so there's no vote by the congress to authorize military support for Saudi Arabia, and we know that salary Arabia exacerbated humanitarian crisis. There was no actual debate and vote and that's dangerous. What did you think about the Trump getting a guy to pass over thirty people to get security clearance, who the experts said shouldn't have security clearance. Kushner, someone who Kushner and third thirty people who went through the normal channels, which at the top levels is the oldest the CIA, and they said, no, are you kidding, the white collar criminals. They can't they can't they're they're up to their necks with other. And he found some stooge to say, oh, no you have security clearance. I'm pretty confident confident that the distinguished gentleman from the state of Maryland, chairman Elijah Cummings will be investigating that process. He should USA..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO latent series real time with Bill Maher. Donald Trump wants his wife wants that Tucker wall. Well wall, I it was a wall that it was a fence. Now steel barrier with slats shown it's going to be a series of traffic cones. Adelbert rope the honor system, and we're just going to end up with thoughts and prayers. That's how we solve everything. The ride the Scots and the government is shut down the not going to do the state of the union. So the president states has nothing to do but stay in his room till noon, everyday and watch TV like every other day of his presidency. He's. He's the only government worker who has been furloughed by Nancy Pelosi. But yeah, these state of the union standoff, apparently that's roof you if you missed it the back and forth that went something like this, Mr President. You can't come here and do the state of the union. Yes. I can. No. You can't. Well, I didn't want to anyway. And Russia news Trump's old lawyer Michael Cohen is fixer. He has backed out of the testimony was going to give to congress because he says he doesn't feel safe because President Trump and Rudy Giuliani had been threatening his family. Michael Cohen said today said I'm being bullied and intimidated, and I should know that was my old job. But maybe I'm being maybe I'm being too hard on the president. He's doing some things he came up with the slogan came up with a new slogan. Build a wall and crime will fall that's his new slogan. Build a wall and cry. We'll vol I got one just resigned. We'll all be fine. Okay. Joan new episodes of real time with Bill Maher every Friday night at ten or watching any time when each be on demand. For more information. Log onto HBO dot com.

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Real Time with Bill Maher

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Tonight. I'll be Kellyanne. And you George. We'll switch it. Okay. So yours is this week. I know more about technology than anybody. This is an insane person. How can we move forward with an insane person? I find that offering really charming stupidest thing so and if Obama did that he had the best words he said, he's most Christian person more presidential Lincoln on my could go on and on. And it makes me laugh. That's fine. I like that about him just keep your promise. And I'm right back in his camp. So let me ask you about the other big story today. Roger stone was arrested. I would agree with you. It was over the top arrest. But. What about the lie? You're so you're okay with these fun lies. That's not a lie. It's puffery. It's exaggerated. Okay. That's no one thinks. Oh, yeah. This guy mocha. I'm the best insane clinical narcissist been okay. That's shouldn't be president. But okay, give you that one. What about lies that really matter? Like, we found out that every time he said and we've all seen the clips on the news recent. I had no context with Russia, and nothing we've we stayed away. We didn't we know that that's a plane lie. That's kind of a consequential lie. Isn't it now that we know? He was he was trying to build a tower in Moscow up until the election. We know any of this. And I don't think we do know that hers Clinton paid through her campaign thirty million dollars to Russian officials to get dirt on Trump if you know. Dinners is the whole fusion GPS story. She paid that to get Russia on from if we're going to be walking around having malts, then I really don't want to hear from having as you. Russia. She wasn't working with Russia. He is working with a foreign under seventy this is, of course, there's evidence Muller has thirty seven. I'm telling you how to get Trump. He promised something for eighteen months. And he lied about it. That's how you get Trump. It's not this Russia nonsense. You are so wasting time. You know, I remember your your boyfriend. Ronald Reagan saying. Russia was an evil empire. Mister, Gorbachev tear down the wall. What do you think Ronald Reagan with think right now about us being so Posey cold? What is with these lunatics? It's not the Soviet Union anymore. We didn't win it. It's still win it, but it's still Russia somewhat. Not this. We are not living under the threat of president over right now. Russia's president corrupt president is a traders in their Abia. Okay. Today venezuela. This is the front page of the New York Times Venezuela. Okay. They have a guy find an opposition leader who finally stood up, and we are backing him and Russia warned us to back off because they're backing the dictator. This was the Monroe doctrine, this is our backyard and Russia is now telling us to back off of what goes on in Venezuela because they know they can they're so emboldened that doesn't bother you. You're the patriot. Well, I'm not just the patriots. You said I'm also the Donald Trump advisor. I'm also telling him to back off because you know, what is more in our backyard than even Venezuela, Texas, Arizona, California. Kerry about those states and what's being done to them. It always gets back to Haiti Mexicans. Loving americans. All right. It gets look I'm not a union, you know, bookkeeper. I don't work at Wendy's. I'm not a roofer or is Trump to declare who are being screwed over Trump going to declare a national emergency president. Nobody said in three weeks. What are you going to do? Got to read the constitution to him. He's the commander in chief is Jarvis. Question. A lot of people are saying you should be the one to run for president. Would you do that? I'm against women working. So I can't. Coulter everybody and Coulter let the jousting begin. Yes. Okay. Let's. Okay..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"I mean, it's it's it's more true of television journalists, and it is print like myself, but Trump's advisors will go on TV on purpose to talk to him. Because they know that the likelihood is that Trump is sitting there with his TV on listening to what they have. And there hasn't been a press conference since I mean a press briefing since December eighteenth, I think not not not a former one. But what's what's the point? I mean, they get out Sarah Santos will get out and lied to to journalists there really isn't any value. So you both sort of agreed just gonna lie. Why do this? It's neither side one. It's it's our job to show up and ask tough questions document. What happens create a wreck? Of that inform. Our readers in our viewers. What's happening, but that can't be only line of attack or the only line of reporting, and it isn't. I mean, I think to the great credit of a lot of people maybe not so much during the campaign. But afterwards, I mean, you've had fantastic journalism in the New York Times and the Washington Post we've done major financial investigations at Bloomberg into Trump into all the myriad conflicts of interests that are that are driving this administration and turn the country to pieces. I wanna make sure you understand how crazy this is. I I worked three years at the White House for President Obama. We maybe we were too deliberative Ray, maybe we took too long to talk about things, but we used to sit in the White House situation room and debate issues and then come up with a policy, and then we'd work up the system, and then the president would sit there sometimes for hours talk about it. None of that happens anymore. They rarely meet he rarely spends time with advisors. He's watching TV and then on occasion, he'll get on the phone with the leader. And the leader will say, hey, I think you should leave Syria. And he said, oh, that's a good idea. Let's leave without any. Process in place. And we now know this is because to senior officials resigned as a result of the broken process. That's how for my world about national security. It feels really dangerous that that's the way it works. You knows more about technology. Well, that's right. I forgot I forgot. You got me knows more about technology than any. He literally, by the way. Can I can? I just say this people won't believe it. He he doesn't use a computer. And he has he has his aides. Go to drudge report in printed out on paper and bring it to them in a Manila folder. That's how he reads the internet on out. Nothing about Lee reads when it's his name and piece of paper that we've found out he eats paper that he doesn't want these saved the presidential record act. He's been eating documents were he's a lunatic. He's a loser. And the lesson of Trump. I think for the future is if you don't wanna get impeach twelve impeachable offenses a day, and you're safe, right? Yeah. Any one thing this band had done some other president be out by all this terrific reporting. Everything we've learned somebody else would have been impeached by the time do thirty things a day in your safe ambassador. How closely is social media monitored in Russia, and do you think Putin will attempt to crack down on those platforms today have everything's monitored? Of course, right now, they would sound like China where they taught they don't cut it off. And and so far Putin's allowed that as kind of a safety valve for for the liberals for the pro western forces to kind of tweet among themselves, the lower his approval ratings get I think the more likelihood that they'll go after those platforms, and they'll they like the Chinese model. They'll eventually end up like China. They're still really struggling with what happened under communism aren't day. I mean, communism made them so cynical. Ronald Reagan, not my. Favorite? But when he said, it was an evil empire dead on. I think I agree. There's nothing there's nothing more corrosive to the soul than living under a communist regime, and what Putin has promised them is. I'm gonna make a great power again. Right. I'm not gonna you know, you're going to be poor. You're not gonna have goods, you know, that's the trade. But you can you're gonna feel great again like you did during the Soviet era. That's the trade. He's given. Feel great again in the green room..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO latent series real time with Bill Maher. Since this is the Trump government shutdown in the Trump government. How can you tell you know? You know, it's like that cactus on your window sill when you go is that dad, or is that the way it's supposed to be. We're not paying the coastguard so Malania if you can get to the water's edge. This is your chance. My favorite comment on this came from the there's a big event Jellicoe preacher mega church guy named Robert Jeffers. And he's big Trump guy was defending the wall. He said even Evan itself as a wall. It does. And you could tell these big Trumpster because he said that walls for the same purposes. Trump's wall to keep out Mexican. Well, that's not the worst. Are you familiar with Iowa Republican congressman Steve king? He's been saying horribly racist things for many years, and he said to the New York Times a few days ago. What's wrong with white supremacy? So there was pressure now to quit from within his own party. Wow. Can you imagine getting thrown out of the Republican party for being racist? No, nothing's going right for him. He had what usually is a no brainer for presidents to have a football team over to the White House. I mean, any precedent can pull this off. Fuck this up. He did he had. Clemson. I don't follow college sports. I feel like when you're good enough to be in the pros. I'll watch you. I do that's how I feel. So I don't know anything about it. But Clemson, I guess one something and he had. The football team over the White House. But because the government's on strike there was nobody that are cooked food for them. So he said, so I paid for my myself out of my own money. I bought three hundred hamburgers or thousand. I think or maybe it was three million who gives a fuck, but yes, and they were all from Mike, Wendy's and McDonalds. Yeah. Look at that pile of shit. And the food doesn't look good either. And. He tweeted this out and spelled hamburgers. H A M B E R D E R hamburger. Hamburger. You know? You're a dumb ass when you're spellcheck goes, I give up. My favorite part of this. He said at one point because they had no food. He said I was going to ask Milania to whip up a salad Malania in the kitchen. Yes. I can see that. Right. Malania looked at his crotch and went I'll start by slicing up a baby. Karen? Over here. Joel new episodes of real time with Bill Maher every Friday night at ten or watch him anytime on each oh on demand. For more information. Log on HBO dot com.

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Real Time with Bill Maher

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"We have no evidence that they gimme the count. The problem was the governor -bility that they try. They did try to break, but they did not succeed as well. As far as we know they'll public. Here's why I think the BuzzFeed story is true. Here's what Newt Gingrich said today. This is an absurdity. Can you imagine any president being dumb enough to say to somebody? I'd like you to go over to now to congress and lie. Yes, I can. The other thing about impeachment. I hear all the time as the Watergate comparison, and what I hear people say on TV is well when when the people when the people got a hold of the information, they finally turned on Nixon. I don't think that's ever going to happen. Because there's something that exists now that didn't happen that we didn't have in mortar gay times, which is Fox News. Now, there was an ISIS attack pretty much on the day that Mike Pence was bragging about how we defeated ISIS and after Trump has been saying that for weeks now killed four Americans. If this was Obama as president this would have been on the top of the Fox News feed. Okay. We monitored this nine thirty in the morning. Here's the headline from the New York Times here. It is the Washington Post. They all have it. There's the Reuters US troops killed an attack. Fox news. Had nothing nine thirty ten thirty eleven thirty did not even report it, we don't report. So you can't. Side finally at eleven forty five. There we go is it at the top of their feed. No, we heard about Katharine McPhee's wedding dress and Michael Jackson and MacAulay Culkin. It was like way down at the bottom in small print there. It is see. That's the difference. Whatever he does they won't hear about it about a third. They will. Okay, agree and found chooses a disgrace. And I like to turn on whenever something bad. It's happening to Trump. I'd like to turn on to punctuate fishy. What else they talking about? Have a top list of topic? Yeah. To get. Really Hillary or the care, by the way in terms of what they would have done to compare this to the Benghazi issue book at what they did with. He'll be I think the same number of people kill said, we exactly and but his the thing about FOX moods. Yeah. Never disgraced. But nobody has ever been forced to watch. Fuck not at the point of a gun. Maybe at the point of something else for modular ails, but not at the point of a gun..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Scrappy is CNN consider an X two term Republican governor of Ohio who just might challenge. President Trump in twenty twenty please welcome back. Governor John casick got. Areas doing governor. When I see you are I hope you are doing well, I hope we doing more than well. I I hope you're ready to get out there. I mean, that's the talk you might run for president. Now. First of all, you're going to break, some news on this show and tell us whether you are, and if you are going to be as a Republican or as an independent, well, I mean first of all Bill, I don't want to run if I'm not gonna win. And Secondly, all my options are on the table. I mean, I happened to be a Republican actually Republican with a lot of ideas. But you know, it's publican classic is what I call you. Well, I think the problem that the parties had is that they've been too much into the no. So if you take the way that I mean, when I say, the no, I don't mean K n w but and oh, okay. And so being governor if there was a way for me to expand Medicaid, get people more health insurance, but I could also control the cost. So I didn't say no to that. Like some of done. Why don't you did governor? I did that as governor of Ohio. So stra publican did not know that if I cut taxes, I made sure we also created an earned income tax credit for people at the bottom. So they would get tax relief as well. So you gotta do take care of everybody. And I'm like you are running. Well, no, no. You know, you're already giving us your Bill. You know, what I want to tell you is the the interesting thing because I think in a way both parties are broken. And I think we have to have ideas, and there's another element to this. You know, our political parties are important and all of that. But what's more important are these folks here? So I saw marshawn Lynch, you know, he was beast mode in the ger getting ready and he's doing so many things in Oakland from what I've understood to rebuild neighborhoods. We're going to celebrate Martin Luther King day here in a couple of days. Martin Luther King drove power from the bottom up. It wasn't top down. It was bought them up. He rose from the churches, and he made his case across the country and changed history. Same thing with. Women's suffrage. You know, the men weren't going to give women the power. So they drove it from the bottom up environmental awareness. Bottom up, and what we have to realize in this country. If we want to restore the soul is that we matter and what we do. We're we live to change the world is what's case, we all sit around, you know, some people wring their hands on my God, we got Trump. And then somebody else who got we got Pelosi. Do they really affect you? I mean, they do affect the mood. Well, we need to get our spirit back and have the Mojo Joe to believe that we make a difference and drive in the bottom up. My party's been done much. That's not I, but that's a speech. No one could disagree with. Let's get to the things people. Good. You'd never hear that. I I mean, those never hear that. You don't hear that? You don't hear that? You never hear who who do you ever hear talking? I've heard that. I've heard that I've heard by your show. So all I mean, I I've heard that we have to take power from the bottom up, but who's gonna who's gonna fight you on that Buddha people. You know? No, you know, when you kiss the people, you get a bra, I met, you know, here's the problem is people tend to think that they don't matter. I mean, this is a critical thing that we need to talk about in this country because when people in neighborhoods are solving problems. Okay. They don't care whether somebody's a Republican or democrat feed hungry. I feel like we're drifting for okay from what the essence of the problem has first of all I have to take a little issue when you said both parties have broken one party is broken a little more..

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Real Time with Bill Maher

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"It was what he meant. And I do think the Republicans you've got Tim Scott calling out the Republicans. And I think it's right. If the Republicans can't clean their own house, the voters totally will and at some point they're going to stop worrying about cleaning the Republicans house. They're just going to pour kerosene around the outside of the party and strike a match. Yeah. I mean, I've seen so many people though who used to be what I would call normal Republicans who bender Medeva Nunez had some pretty smart quotes. I swear to God. I read them on this show years ago. He became this person. It happens a lot. I think it's Fox News. I think they get sucked into the FOX titles. I think that it has become this cult of personality with the present mean, I I had people show up at my house to threaten my family because I said I wasn't gonna vote for the guy. And I'm a Republican was a Republican on Mike city council, and they still showed up to threaten me yelled at my kids in the grocery store. It's these people they feel comfortable fighting Trump is an extraordinary figure he can get away with crap that nobody can get away with. But people don't see that. And I think too many people think, hey, look at how it's paid off at Trump. Yes. This guy totally unqualified on shot becomes Pesident show. He people think they can be Trump RJ rations growing up with that too. Is that right? I said our generation is growing up with that too. That's that's I think are generally somebody people. People. Right there. I think the Republican party has been dog whistling for decades. And it was just, you know, couched a little bit in more politeness before and the dog whistle became audible to human ears in the last few years because of Trump, but I think that's strain has been there for a very long time rude you wrote for. You didn't know? Oh, no. That's not right. Yeah. I know it's not, but I don't like this politics shape, that shit is crazy. I how I get down. And I like I mean, I respect people for for what they believe in and all the shit. But at the end of the day, like if you if you not a solid individual than fuck, you know, just how I feel personally, but whoever is president and who are leaders in the Senate and the house they do affect people's lives. They do in right? They do affect politics affects people's lives, very real way. John casick, the Republican governor I said to him. You did what most Republicans governors didn't do he expanded Medicaid in his state, and that means hundreds of thousands of poor people got to see a doctor that's real shit round..

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"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"real time" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Katherine which economic threat is most likely to trigger the next recession. Trump right now normally I would say presidents get too much credit. When the economy is good too much blame when the economy is bad. I've been saying that for months when people ask me about Trump versus Obama in the economy, whatever else, but Trump is making so many unforced errors at this point. Everything from the trade wars plural to the government shutdown to threatening the independence of the Federal Reserve of the maze. It's elected this long economy mean in a sense. It's surprising statistically because this is now the second longest recovery on record in history in all of history. So it's like a little long in the tooth. No matter. What it surprising that it still stuck around given all of the policy errors that Trump has made. So that's what I'm worried about a lot of money to bell banks out like we did last time or well, partly because we just spent two trillion dollars on tax cut is your law with your name on it still working or do. They did they good shape because they didn't they weren't able to what they've done to do in particular with the consumer Bill is to not administer it. But they didn't even try to change it and. Still mostly in in in good shape. It has stopped the best, but Katherine is absolutely right that and I think that's the biggest economic pump. We got this oughta official vice from the tax cut, and that's petering out. And by the way, that's where that's what happened infrastructure. We spent the infrastructure money on the tax code. That's why they will be no significant infrastructure improvement which could give the gravity to kind of boost because it all went for the tech. Okay. Marshawn Lynch, do you? Did you try and light a blunt off Al Davis attornal flame at the last raiders game in Oakland? I think you did do it. You did did. Only the San. Only right to send the raiders off. And we'll Oakland in a real Oakland way. Were you were there were there repercussions from the NFL for that? I mean, I don't think they caught on yet. But I mean, I'm pretty sure now at this point. Yeah. Something to take place for skittles on your sneak light up once off of a guy's internal flame. That's not a very bright league as just win baby. Yeah. That's how Davis right. Okay. Bernie, do you hope Democrats will push now? I guess I asked you that do you think Alexandra Cossio Cortez is a good fit for the House Financial Services committee. He's doing great. So far point what a star? Well, I have a problem with some of this stuff having people to sit in and then she pokes official really stupid. Here's the deal. I think it's important. I worry about people on the math picking an easy fight with their friends on the new left as opposed to find the enemy. That's what I was just saying, and you were yelling at me talking about signaling. I said people should get. I agreed people should get a second. I think people have been inconsistent saying no second chance for Aspen. But yes for robbery I think I agree with that. But I do think. He has a problem in misidentifying. The she thinks the region we're not doing better is that some of the liberals haven't been fighting hard enough. I the problem is the the the the opposition of the Republican. So I I hope she has she puts all that energy into fighting the right enemy, Eric Erikson. Should Steve king's comments be viewed as an isolated incident or they a symptom of racism dominating the Republican party? I think there are Steve king problem. But I think there's a real problem with Republicans who weren't willing to speak up quickly about them. You know, I've known Steve king. And I I've I've been shocked at this volition of him. I I don't know him. Well, but he's all of a sudden very blatantly about things. I didn't even know he believes it's been cleared. Seifein pete. I it really is. There's a symptomatic of this presidential administration making people feel comfortable being assholes win. They didn't necessarily yes. Openly. Has been making these comments for years if not decades. The biggest cantaloupe comments. I have never heard the and you're you're right. The New York Times ran a long time line of comments. He had made. I'd never even heard. But this lady got worse. See people defending him to say, no, that's not really what he meant..

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