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"rebecca dalit" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And Lena had that that monkey on her back as well. Can I ask you a question about I found some Morales. You're connected in communities that I'm not Why was there the drumbeat in some sectors to get rid of chief Morales? Where do I start with that? So people didn't like his political affiliation. He was a Trumper. He went to Trump rallies when he was conservative. No doubt he went on his vacations and went to, you know, trump events, but also there was some internal stuff as well. He did not discipline. Bad acting cops like he should have. He kept giving them like additional chances, and we saw what policing can do with the Derek Chauvin. And I'm sure we're gonna talk about that. So there's that and just the way he sided with a type of policing that I think Milwaukee especially black. Milwaukee is just sick of But it was a combination of things. And also there was a beef with him in the mayor because the mayor who usually doesn't step against his chiefs, the mayor is like, Yeah, he should be fired and that was like that's the goal right there. Does the next Milwaukee police chief need to be black? No, they need to be a good cop. They need to be connected to community and see how working with community because when people feel like they can trust the police were the biggest advocates for safe communities. But if you can't trust the police, and here's something I see in my neighborhood Will be an incident and were encouraged to call the police and the police were coming. I'm a witness, and I saw everything that happened. They're going to run my record for warrants. And if somebody has a warrant for their arrest, and they witness a murder, they may not call the police because they don't want to go to jail because they have a warrant out for their arrest. So the level of trust that exists between the community and the police is something that is going to call it a work in progress. The next chief needs to know that because we're in a world that is post George Floyd and things have to be different with Jeffrey Norman to be a good chief. Uh, no. I have some bias there, Josh. I've known him for a long time. Jeff Norman ran for judge twice. I didn't know that he ran for, um, municipal judge against Phil Chavez lost, then turn around a couple months later and then ran for Circuit Court judge against Rebecca Dalit, who is now on the Supreme Court. So what that told me a long time ago. Jeff don't want to be a cop anywhere. He wants to be a judge. And so maybe he's done about face that was, you know, 15 years ago. But I don't know if the commitment is there like we need him. Plus, he's very much at the end of his career, and he has to be a new kind of cop and a new kind of chief. And you know, sometimes old dogs. You know how that goes. We got to get this fire and Police commission figured out that is a disaster. It's embarrassing. It is embarrassing because it's a citizen board. That right creates the policy for firefighters and cops to follow, and it's just The mouthy since the corruption, the back dealing it's it's a shame. It's embarrassing, and it makes us look like Milwaukee doesn't have our act together. Because when Robin Voss see stuff like that is that I'm not helping you guys with anything. You can't even get a citizen board to act. You know, in a reasonable way. Alright. You brought up Derrick show Vin. He is due to be sentenced tomorrow. Derek Chauvin who killed George Floyd. Let's dive into that up. Next. We will discuss Derek Chauvin sentencing, maybe some expectations what's likely to happen? We're actually going to be joined by a legal analyst from ABC News and then we will have the discussion. That's up next when one Milwaukee Race relations continues on NewsRadio, WTMJ and one on 17 the truth. It's Russian, Laura from decade pro, The power and power washing and your soft washing experts for over 20 years we see those black streaks on your roof. We see the grungy green stuff growing on your sighting. We see the black spots and mold on your composite deck and your white soffits. We can make them look like new again using our almost no pressure soft washing methods called to 6 to 719..
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"rebecca dalit" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"But then there was just a lot of just like Really gloppy gun kid. Etcetera. I was discussing this guy who's on the state Court of Appeals. Jeff Davis, appointed by Evers. I want you to imagine that everything about this story was the same except it was a conservative judge who did it. No, it's not. It's a liberal. It's Jeff Davis. So imagine this story, but in your mind is, I'm telling it. Imagine that this is a conservative judge. I'm looking right now. See me looking right here. It's in front of me. See? Here I am looking used his people think I'm making this up. I'm looking right now at the website of Jeff Davis is he runs for Judge. There's a big picture here of a zillion judges, all wearing the judicial ropes, and Davis is standing in front of them. There's a lot of him some justices in the state Supreme Court, I recognized him county circuit judges. Is Jennifer Dar over here. Here's Rebecca Dalit. There's Lisa Neubauer is a zillion is just a bunch of judges. And Davis is standing in front of him in this photo. And if you could imagine, you know, on a website and a computer, that's a rectangular computer words. Why did that It is high. It's a photo. What's that? Is that landscape when the photo is long, but not high, up and down? What's it Not portrait is that landscape? I forget. The term is when you form at a photo that way, But anyway, you see all this and it goes on forever of these judges from end to end, and the headline over the top is join us. Endorse Judge Davis. Here's the thing. Some of those judges in that photo are not endorsing Jeff Davis there. I think this headline certainly implies that the judges in the photo are endorsing Davis because it says Join US endorse Judge Davis. So with Jeff Davis so unethical that he is claiming the endorsement of judges who are not endorsing him. And by the way, I didn't think a judge is supposed to be wearing judicial robes, and they're doing an endorsement. Maybe it's allowed for them to do it. Maybe it isn't but they're all wearing these judicial robes of some of them, as they say, are not endorsing Davis. I e mailed Davis today. I have not gotten a reply as of the beginning of the show. Can you imagine? If a conservative candidate running for judge read a photo of a bunch of judges and then it said, And it doesn't say we it, Alan, but it doesn't say they're endorsing him. But what does join us mean? In front of a photo of a bunch of people isn't the implication that they're endorsing him. You imagine if a conservative judge did that. And as I said, I went through, and some of the judges that I recognized are not endorsing Davis. Some of them admittedly are looks like the photo came from, in effect. It says it came from when he was sworn in to be a member of the Court of Appeals. But the headline of the photo says Join US endorsed Judge Davis. It is a strong implication that every one of those judges is endorsing him because otherwise who is the US It refers to Don't expect the state Republican Party to get off of its tired Madison. But and do anything about this and complain to the ethics Commission and the Judicial Commission and the Athletic Election Commission over the unethical photo that's out there on the website. Because they say that is the problem with my side, the unwillingness to fight and do the kinds of fighting that the other side would easily do. Just as Alberta goes and endorses a Tony Evers appointee, a liberal judge in a conservative district, whereas every single Walker appointed that was put on in liberal areas, all the Democrats tried to get thrown off the bench and had considerable success. In doing so, all right. We have, as I said, a lot of interesting stuff to talk about, including on some of these trends that are going on in our society today, but all kind of circle around some of the themes that I created early out of the program, so I don't want you to go away. It's gonna important program right now. I'm gonna give you the four o'clock our word in the cold, hard cash goddess. The word for the Florrick like our is smile as M I l E. I've asked you this before who wrote the song Smile. Chicago. I think we went through this that I think you said that each time. Well, first of all, the band doesn't write the song. But there is more than one. So I named smile. I mean, the one I'm thinking of his. Yeah, Yeah. Yes, That is the one that Jerry Lewis that on the telethon every hour. Stripped by Charlie Chaplin. Charlie Chaplin. Both the ridges, smile. And what makes an inmate you What do you make sure her happy. Remember the jury Lewis telethon. I used to watch that every year. You hated that. You couldn't stand. I mean, back in the early days of it. It was kind of good, but it was toward the end who is pretty schmaltzy, but You buy me? A Jerry Lewis was again He was a kind of he wasn't everybody's cup of tea. Some people thought he was brilliant, and others just thought it was. Yeah, The thing with Jerry Lewis is it never changed the early stuff that he indeed, Martin. We're a great team. And Jerry Lewis head. I mean, the nutty professor was actually pretty funny movie and kind of creatively well done in the way he did. That character was over the top. Probably Jerry Lewis is he just kept doing the same thing forever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever Hello. That was kind of a big American institution, though, you know. Let's say they played that every every hour tour. I think, at the beginning of the Are the tell it that it was the theme song for smile. See, I give background of these words in here, smile. You find that the song smile. You'll find the wrong way. You know. You know which one I'd be, don't you? It's not in our system. How could it not be in our system? See, the problem is we don't know which one is which version of the sun Because there's a lot of slides that have that name. Don't worry about it. So text smile into 202 100. We're gonna get a winner out of this because I've no said the word 32 different times. Smile to 202 102 94 55 instantly but $1000 in cash to get detective proving entry. Plus, I heard radio in full Standard data and message rates apply..