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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS news time three eleven of former warriors Lakers coach is being sued for sexual harassment. Luke Walton was hired as the head coach of the Sacramento Kings. Just a couple of weeks ago after being fired by the Lakers KPI x five sports director. Denis Donald said the charge dates back prior to twenty sixteen. According to reports, the accuser is former LA TV sports reporter Kelly tenant who claims Walton assaulted her at a Santa Monica hotel, while they were discussing a book tenant was riding Walden allegedly Pender to the bed and groped her the kings who just hired Walton have no comment. The woman at the center of the mega hat controversy in Palo Alto is now reported missing KCBS map Bigler reports that she lost her job after confronting a man wearing a make America. Great again hat at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated seventy four year old man for wearing a red maga- hat at her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now make he is missing. According to the Lake County sheriff's office. She did not return home last week and maybe in Aberdeen Washington, both Palo Alto police and the Santa Clara county sheriff's office KCBS. They are not working the case but referred us to Lake County authorities according to the chronicle making enter family had received death threats after their personal information was released by conservative groups. Meanwhile, patriots we talked to here at the California avenue, Starbucks, where all this started said, they either didn't know about the controversy or said they were more concerned about other issues like climate change on California avenue in Palo Alto. Matt Bigler KCBS gee street in east Oakland isn't. Sample of blight piles of trash graffiti and abandoned vehicle KCBS, Tim Ryan tells us some of the mess was cleaned up. But neighbors say the area will be trashed again within days Alameda County. Supervisor Nate Miley heads up this effort, saying cleaning up his seven blocks scratch is one thing, but keeping it clean. We'll take real commitment between.

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The woman who earlier this month, the cost the demand foreing maga- hat at a Palo Alto. Starbucks KCBS that big the reports the woman received death threats in the wake of that confrontation. Rebecca Parker Maki was harassed online. Lost her job at a local music store and has now been reported missing the Palo Alto resident was last seen leaving Lake County. But friends report she hasn't been seen since last Friday. You may remember on April first Maki made international headlines when she berated a man in Starbucks for wearing a make-america-great-again hat, but in the days that followed Maki herself was attacked online. And according to the chronicle she and her family received death threats after their personal information was released by right wing media here at the California, do Starbucks or the controversy started patrons. We talked to were concerned about make his welfare. But some said the story was less concerning to them than other issues like climate change. On California Vanu in Palo Alto. Matt Bigler KCBS. The man safe after being rescued off of a cliff in San Francisco's Procedo fire crews responded to a call just before five o'clock yesterday afternoon for a person saying friend was sliding down a cliff where they were hiking their rescue crews at a high angle rope rescue and brought a stretcher down to the hiker the hiker was rescued without any incident. And the is now safe he suffered no injuries should the main federal civil rights law that prohibits employment. Discrimination apply to LGBT people KCBS John Bristow reports that question will be decided by the highest court in the land. The US court says it will take up the issue in its fall session which gets into way in October. The high court will hear three cases involving people who claim they were fired because of their sexual orientation decisions will likely come by June of next year. What the court is being asked to do is to shift course most courts from around the country have held that the federal law doesn't protect LGBT people, and what the court is being asked. In three cases is to reverse course, and to leave LGBT workers around the country vulnerable to employment discrimination, Courtney joslin UC Davis law, professor and nationally known scholar on gay lesbian equality. She says the cases of the working their way through the lower courts for years. It was only a matter of time before the court did step in and weigh in on this question jaws to the outcome of these cases will have a profound effect on the lives of millions of LGBT people in the US. John Bristow KCBS supported for rent control are trying to get a new statewide measure on the ballot in two thousand twenty. We get the story from Jordan with radio dot com. New station Canucks in Los Angeles. The rental affordability act has been filed to allow rent control on buildings over fifteen years old advocates with housing is a human rights say fill your at the. Ballot less November has demonstrated that Californians once rent control that rent control is a necessary component in the in our housing policy arsenal who'd be able to protect vulnerable communities in particular communities of color from displacement and skyrocketing rents the measure will also allow for other vacancy controls, and we'll exempt owners of two or fewer homes have the Jordan with KNX in Los Angeles five Richmond. Believe a fire in an abandoned house. Last night might have been started by transients the fire at the single story home on Verde avenue was first reported before eight o'clock Twenty-one firefighters from the contra Costa county and the west contra Costa fire protection districts responded, crews say several people had apparently been inside the home before the fire broke out all got out safely. The fire was out in about half an hour. The house is owned by the Richmond housing authority five say it's sustained moderate drywall damage but little if any structural damage, and no one was hurt. But. Eight people were displaced when a blaze tore through a house in San Francisco's Excelsior district last night and fire. The block of Oxford Street was reported just before nine o'clock. It was out in about twenty minutes. But officials say the home sustained enough damage that seventy one child living. They're receiving assistance from the Red Cross that caused the fire is under investigation. Moneywatch CBS news time one twenty five Wall Street is coming off an uninspiring Monday session, stocks ended narrowly mixed. This will be a big day for earnings reports from Verizon Procter and gamble. Coca Cola United Technologies jet. Blue six flags EBay snap and Twitter. Chris Maranghi of the belly funds tells Bloomberg radio corporate results have been encouraging so far we're not quite halfway through her score. Earning season earnings have been a little bit better than expected. So would say we're not gonna get that earnings recession. So many worried about Morandi says at worse, we'll see some slowdown, but not a backtracking and earnings world pool posted results after the bell, the appliance makers ongoing per share earnings top Wall Street estimates world pools numbers were boosted by price increases. The Commerce Department reports this morning on March sales of newly built homes the numbers come a day. After realtors reported sales of existing homes fell nearly five percent last month. Jeff bellinger. Bloomberg radio. CEO radio. 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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Thank you. Jay, let's take a look at our weather for the next six days. We've got some real hot conditions for the bay area, especially inland, sunny and warm to hot today and Wednesday highs from the sixties to low seventies at the beaches seventies and eighties around the bait that the low nineties inland, slightly cooler with more of marine influence Thursday through Sunday. A seabreeze will kick in patchy fog nights and mornings at the coast. Highs sixties to the mid eighties on Thursday and Friday and then a bit cooler Saturday and Sunday with inland. Highs topping out in the upper seventies to low eighties, traffic and weather together on the all news one six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. An auto policy from state farm gets you collision coverage and this radio ad from state farm gets you coverage if this beloved nineties hits. Who to call? Call. For more coverage. Visit state farm dot com. Hi. I'm Jay Farner, CEO flicking loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four and a half percent APR four point seven eight percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Rates subject to change fifty percent receives kind rate. Call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states unless number thirty thirty. KCBS news time twelve fifty one. The woman at the center of the maga- had controversy in Palo Alto. Earlier this month has now been reported missing KCBS, then big reports she lost her job after confronting a man wearing a make-america-great-again hat at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated a seventy four year old man for wearing a red mega hat at her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now make he is missing..

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Approach Vargas road and your northbound lanes. Otherwise, looking good your next traffic update at ten twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS clear and mild overnight with lows in the fifties and sixties, and we are about where we're going to be all night looks like temperatures stabilize in the. Fifties and sixties right now sunny and warm to hot tomorrow and again on Wednesday sixties and seventies of the coast eighties around the bay to the low nineties inland, slightly cooler with more of a marine influence on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, patchy fog nights and mornings at the beaches high from the sixties to the mid eighties on Thursday and Friday, slightly cooler Saturday and Sunday with inland. Highs topping out in the upper seventies and low eighties and right now, sixty one degrees in San Jose. Redwood City sixty three Fremont sixty sixty two in Livermore and Pleasanton and also Oakland and concord sixty seven degrees of walnut creek, fifty nine in Napa sixty and Santa Rosa and San Rafael and at sixty one on the embark Darrow in San Francisco. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on KCBS. When news happens, we're their produce. Joining us major breaking news story in San Francisco. We have our own Margie Schaefer live on the scene with. Very latest, thankfully, no injury. Where the fire is burning in the building always live and always local all news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time, ten twenty the woman at the center of the Maga had controversy in Palo Alto. Is now reported missing KCBS has Matt Bigler reports that she lost her job after confronting a man wearing a make America. Great again hat at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated a seventy four year old man for wearing a red maga- hat at her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now make he is missing..

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Brake lights and now through the toll plaza. In those westbound lanes your next traffic update at eight twenty eight on the traffic. Eater KCBS. Thanks Sherry onto our six day forecast, which includes a little warm weather for downright hot in some spots this week. That's the latest from capex. Five theologist Paul the ano- tomorrow and Wednesday will be even warmer than today likely upper eighties too low nineties tomorrow inland, upper seventies to low eighties near the bay about five degrees warmer than today. And even seventy degrees of the coast. We'll see modest cooling near the water on Wednesday likely not gonna feel that much of a change. So we're going to be quite toasty for the next couple of days anywhere from fourteen to nineteen degrees above average what happens Thursday same ridge of high pressure. Giving us a north wind, which is limiting the ocean breeze. I will slide to ourselves and that's going to allow the ocean breeze to return to same area of high pressure. But simply in a different location will give us somewhat cooler weather, Thursday, Friday, still warm eighties inland sixties and seventies near the bay. We will back to average and keep the sunshine on Saturday and Sunday so gradual cool down after Tuesday and Wednesday. But the next two days will be the two more mistakes. We've had since August, I'm meteorologist. Paul the KPI KCBS forecast. All right. Thank you. Stick a look at some of the temperatures will be seeing if we take a gander around the bay area right now, sixty two in San Francisco, Santa Rosa is at sixty seven same current temperature in Napa San Rafael showing seventy it's seventy two in Oakland. Milbrett fifty six Livermore Seventy-three. Redwood City seventy one and right now sixty seven in San Jose, traffic and weather together on the and all news one six nine AM seven forty KCBS news time, eight twenty the woman at the center of the MAG had controversy in Palo Alto early. This month has now gone missing KCBS big the report she lost her job after confronting a man wearing make America great again hat at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated seventy four year old man for wearing a red maga- hat. At her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online. Mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now Maki is missing..

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On KCBS. This is John Bristow. The supreme court will take up a huge case involving LGBT people and sex discrimination. I think it is actually very straightforward. Statutory interpretation question. John. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jeff Bill. I'm Patty rising. KCBS news time six thirty one CBS news update. After reading the redacted Muller reports. Some congressional Democrats are pressing house leadership to launch impeachment proceedings against President Trump CBS's ouija Jiang says there was a conference call tonight. According to sources on speaker Pelosi's conference, call some members were fired up because they do not want to wait to launch impeachment hearings. One lawmaker described the call as Bs in another set of the speaker. She can't stop us. Democrats are also ratcheting up criticism of attorney general William bar for his take on the Muller report politicos Darren Samuelsson from a legal standpoint. It was jarring for a lot of people watching to have Mr. bar repeatedly make that no collusion comment in a when clearly the investigation wasn't directly about the words collusion but conspiracy to commit a variety of crimes former. White House counsel. Don, Mcgann has been subpoenaed to testify on Capitol Hill. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. KCBS news time six thirty to the woman at the center of the maga- hat controversy and Palo Alto. Earlier this month has now been reported missing. As KCBS is mathematically reports she lost her job after confronting a man wearing a make America great again had at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated seventy four year old man for wearing a red mega hat at her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now make he is missing. According to the Lake County sheriff's office. She did not return home last week and maybe in Aberdeen Washington, both Palo Alto police and the Santa Clara county sheriff's office KCBS. They are not working the case, but referred us to Lake County authorities according to the chronicle. Making enter family had received death threats after their personal information was released by conservative groups, meanwhile, patrons we talked to here at the California avenue, Starbucks, where all of this started said, they either didn't know about the controversy or said they were more concerned about other issues like climate change on California avenue in Palo Alto. Matt Bigler KCBS group of homeless students who live in their vehicles have started an online petition in an attempt to convince UC Santa Cruz administrators to allow them to park on campus at night without being bothered by campus. Police KCBS Jennifer Hodges has more from campus driving through the student parking here at UC Santa Cruz. There are a few vans windows covered. But it's hard to know. Just how many students are actually homeless living in vehicles. Those who are say, it's tough campus. Police knock on their doors in the middle of the night. They want.

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's two. Oh, three at the bay area's news station KCBS sunshine, blue skies temperatures well into the eighties. Thanks for joining us. I'm Geoff bell. I'm Patty rising. Here's what's happening. San Francisco fficials want commercial landlords to find tenants for their properties. So as KCBS is Melissa call Ross reports the city's working to keep better track of how many storefronts are empty San Francisco. Residency them every day empty storefronts that may sit empty for years and city supervisor valley Brown doesn't understand why property owners aren't renting them if you're have a building with a storefront, and it's empty it actually brings down the value of your building because empty blight storefronts brings down the value of a corridor. City ordinance that went into effect on Monday could change that commercial property owners. Now must register empty properties with the city within thirty days and pay an annual fee or pay a penalty equal to four times that fee. The ordinance was written. Supervisor Sandra Lee fewer who says the city isn't saying that owners must rent their properties. We are seeing if you are vacant you need to tell the -partment of building an inspection. You must pay that e within thirty days annually. You must have an inspection on every single piece of property that you own that is bacon. Fewer says the ordinance will create a registry of empty storefronts and hopefully officials then can help connect property owners with tenants in San Francisco, Melissa call Ross KCBS woman at the center of the mega hat controversy in Palo Alto. Earlier this month has now been reported missing. As KCBS mad big the report, she lost her job after confronting a man wearing a make-america-great-again hat at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated seventy four year old man for wearing a red maga- hat at her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online. Mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now make. He is missing. According to the Lake County sheriff's office. She did not return home last week, and maybe Aberdeen Washington, both Palo Alto police, and the Santa Clara county sheriff's office to- KCBS, they are not working the case but referred us to Lake County authorities according to the chronicle making enter family had received death threats after their personal information was released by conservative groups. Meanwhile, patriots we talked to here at the California avenue, Starbucks, where all of this started said, they either didn't know about the controversy or said they were more concerned about other issues like climate change on California avenue in Palo Alto. Matt Bigler KCBS southwest airline workers demonstrating this afternoon at all three of the bay area's airports. They are highlighting an ongoing labor dispute involving the outsourcing of jobs to non union workers to Matic says airport worker at Los Angeles International airport. Been switching good union jobs to nonunion jobs were provided inadequate health care and cutting workers. Our the employee's are circulating a petition urging southwest CEO Gary Kelly that is expected to be delivered at the airline shareholders meeting next month KCBS has reached out to southwest for comment about the protests. But we have not heard back. Preliminary hearing that was scheduled to begin today in San Francisco superior court for two antiabortion activists accused of illegally spying was halted late Friday by the California Supreme Court, David delight him and Sandra Meridor, charged by the California attorney general's office. We secretly filming abortion clinicians and biotech company employs without their permission at meetings in San Francisco, Los Angeles County in El Dorado county in two thousand fourteen and twenty fifteen they claim that Superior Court Judge Christopher height unfairly denied them in evidence. You're hearing the. The allegations state attorney general heavier Bazire is prejudiced against them. And that they are being selectively prosecuted the state high court in a brief order on Friday stayed all proceedings in the case. Well, it reviews the claim investigators are trying to figure out what caused a fire at a computer supply and repair store in Sunnyvale early. This morning by reported about three thirty AM by passer-by reported smelling smoke coming from the central computer store on west.

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Lives here thrilled by the cleanup. But suggesting ongoing patrolling because once you clean it up today. I feel that it will be right back to. More graffiti more dumping more unsavory, people hanging out in just a matter of hours. It was all bagged up trash auto parts, fast, food wrappers and much worse. There was even a crew covering over the graffiti with crepe paint in east Oakland, Tim Ryan KCBS the woman at the center of the mega hat controversy in Palo Alto. Earlier this month has now been reported missing KCBS's, Matt big Bigler reports she lost her job after confronting a man wearing a make America great again hat at a local Starbucks. It's a story that made international headlines on April first Palo Alto resident Rebecca Parker Maki berated seventy four year old man for wearing a red maga- hat at her local Starbucks instead she ended up being harassed online mostly by conservatives and she lost her job. Now Maki is missing. According to the Lake County sheriff's office. She did not return home last week. And maybe an average. In Washington, both Palo Alto police, and the Santa Clara county sheriff's office to- KCBS, they are not working the case, but referred us to Lake County authorities according to the chronicle making enter family had received death threats after their personal information was released by conservative groups, meanwhile, patrons we talked to here at the California avenue, Starbucks, where all of this started said, they either didn't know about the controversy or said they were more concerned about other issues like climate change on California avenue in Palo Alto. Matt Bigler KCBS homeless crisis hit university campuses. KCBS? Jennifer Hodges joins us live now and says students at UC Santa Cruz who live in vans or cars or pushing the university to allow them to have a place to park free from fear of being cited, Jennifer. Yeah. John here on the UC Santa Cruz campus, the parking enforcement officers decked out and blue Wockhardt a car checking for the necessary permits at night, it's campus. Police now a group of students calling themselves the snail movement want the university to put aside an area where they can park with no fear on campus. Today, we talked to students there was somewhat of a mixed reaction. It's.

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"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Woman left, and then returned and tried to while the Starbucks crowd again, again, everybody here this racist, and so on and then as she wrote in thing, she was disappointed all the people didn't come in Mobley. Instead the opposite has happened. The woman identified as Rebecca Parker Maki was harassed online. And then fired from her job at a local music store after the store owner read her Facebook posts, the followed has supplies many in Palo Alto, Alex came to the coffee shop hoping to find Victor and confront him. Again. He needs to know that he is not a reasonable, man. No matter how reasonable he seems to everybody and Andy does seem reasonable. I'll give him that Victor says he hopes more people will be willing to wear the mega hat in public even in Palo Alto. On California avenue in Palo Alto, met Bigler KCBS. And now this from the KCBS bay calendar. Come check out the variety of different, postcards, brochures, and labels at the vintage paper fair there will also be photography, stereo views, sports, and transportation relics and so much more. The two day event will be held April twenty-seventh in twenty eighth at the San Francisco county fair building at Golden Gate park from ten AM to six PM and eleven AM to five PM in mission is free. For more information. Visit vintage paper fair dot com. Coming up on KCBS fancy Japanese pancakes make their debut in San Francisco on Friday, KCBS news time is eleven forty five. Time now for sports with Bruce McGowan as continue to be one of baseball's bright stories in the early season. Six wins in eight tries in their first home stand seven to three come from behind victory over Boston on Thursday in a game that featured a five RBI afternoon for Stephen piscotty. Oh, homered doubled and single twice and center fielder. Ramon Laureano showcased his fabulous arm throwing out. His third Red Sox base runners who tried to test him in this series rarely DC three impactful plays like that in the series because sometimes you know, they stop running on you. But they continued to be aggressive on them. And every time you made a different place in the one before. But all big plays in the course of the game. So similar to K D And coming up with pearlers for him. It's it's tough to keep finding adjectives for Ramones throwing. But it it's it's one of a kind Bob Melvin in his as head to Houston opened up a series there on Friday night. Giants will open up their home campaign weather permitting Friday afternoon in the city against the visiting Tampa raise. Warriors continue to win DeMarcus cousins led the way with twenty one points and ten rebounds in a one eight to ninety thrashing of the Lakers. Kevin Durant talked about what cousins has been doing. So effectively of late versatility the.

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07:53 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca parker maki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Talk to this guy. I feel that he's listening. I wanna talk to the guy from Palo Alto. Who was at? I don't know if he's from Palo Alto or not, but he was at a Palo Alto. Starbucks, and he he was confronted by a woman who was upset with his make America. Great hat again that listen you have to be confident individuals where that had in Palo Alto. If you know what I mean, Stanford Palo Alto Silicon Valley. Hotbed of liberalism. Right. So this is a woman Rebecca Parker main key BankE took pictures of this guy. She saw him wearing a mega she was. So incensed so outraged she took pictures of this guy post them on Facebook. Okay. That was the first that was her first mistake. Then she calls the entire Starbucks to order and yells at this guy. Come on everybody. She goes online right all about this. She said he will never forget me. And we'll think seriously about wearing that hat in my town ever again. And then she goes on to if you see him in this hat, please get front him. You do not want to be the person who didn't speak up as we slipped into fascism. It's amazing. Just amazing. So he's seventy four years old. And he hangs out at that. Starbucks in Palo Alto a lot. Okay. And I'm wondering if he wears the hat each and every time he goes there. He does. And it is the it's the spelled out. Making America great all spelled out. Not maga- right now. I saw him. I've mentioned this several times. But for those of you just checking in here on case if I saw him in an interview, and I noticed my goodness. Okay. He's he's he is wearing a Jewish Homolka. I mean, this guy is clearly Jewish and he was called a Nazi and a fascist. You know, it's it's really troubling. I know well continue with this. So her name is Rebecca Parker Maki this happened on Monday. Just hearing about it. Call the star tire. Starbucks to order starts yelling this guy. Deriding him puts the Facebook post up. She's really proud of everything she's done. She works at a Palo Alto music store. Gripe on strings or is it Griffin's not anymore? She lost her job. Good for Griffin. Here's the deal. They put a Facebook post out as well. They said Griffin does not believe anyone should be harassed or subject to hate speech. See they're calling her speech. Hateful. Matter what their beliefs. I I would agree. I absolutely music has historically been something that has brought people have diverse socio political backgrounds together. Absolutely. See that's what I love it. When. When you can go to a concert, and you you probably thinking, and you know, that guy that gal their political differences are probably probably opposed to mind, but they just get on stage, and they perform they don't care. They're not gonna they're not gonna go there. Right. They're going to go there. I like that. It's it's these other musicians to take the stage to pop off. Why would you want to aggravate or irritate or dissuade people from going to your shows or maybe the people that are already at the shows? Why would you wanna irritate them point good money to hear you? You're doing this, right. So that people are Griffin get it. Yep. Music has been something. That's brought people of diverse political economic backgrounds together. So now, you gotta wonder if she's gonna find a some kind of employment attorney, go after ensue wouldn't that be horrible cheapers? What do you call that hairstyle? I'm drawing a blank right now that just a hair right down the middle of her. I don't see it. I don't see. So describe it to our listen you've seen a picture this woman. I I haven't gone to Facebook to well. Now her Facebook, by the way or Facebook account was deactivated. I don't know if it's permanent or temporary. But even Facebook said, okay, we can't have this. This is not the way to use Facebook. I'm drawing a blank on the pay. No. When you have the hair straight down the middle, and it's sticking straight up. Oh, kind of a spike, spike. Bo hawk hawk. She's Aaron you go. She got the spike is she bald on the sides. He's bald on the side. She's got dark black hair. That's his Moga. Hawk okay. And typical fairly typical looking you know, she's got black framed glasses, and has that that look of she's sort of she's sort of a radical. I guess that's what I'd kind of Gough. Yes. I would say that. Okay. Getting along the lines of it, by the way, she said she's quote, unquote, born and bred in Palo Alto. Now. She's saying she and her family received death threats after this incident. Okay. Victor the guy. That's all we know. Just does first name Victor he threatened to call the cops. And and. So she wrote that Victor threatened to call the cops. And then she encouraged Victor to call the cops, quote, I wanted him to call the police because I wanted to know his name. Oh, listen to this. I called I wanted him to call the police because I wanted to know his name where he lives his wife's name, and whereas kids went to school. That's frightening. It is. These people now feel so empowered and the guys wearing a red hat. This is make America. Great again. It's an amazing amazing. I my father-in-law who's ninety four. God bless him. He wears that maga- hat all over the place. Now, the farthest thing from a racist. If he was racist. He would have disowned me a long time ago because I adopted kids who are non white, right? He has hit me he along with his daughter. So okay. He would've kicked us out a long time ago. He the gentleman who he said when when I finally dies ninety four when I die. I want this guy to preach it by funeral and I want this woman to do music by funeral both of their black. Okay. So he's a real racist. Right. Come on folks, sober up. That means something to me the make America. Great again, slogan means different things to different people. Right. But the left wants you to believe it means race as come. This is a little bit more of what she said here the part that was really heartbreaking. This is a quote to me was that in a full Starbucks. I was the only person yelling at him. Oh, wow. You said it was the duty of every quote duty of every white person in America to stand up to this every time they see it. So that's why she was trying to call the Starbucks to order to join with her in gaming of this guy. And nobody did good. Okay. Good. I'm glad to hear that part of the story. Good and she's lost her job. And for now. At least she's lost your Facebook. Which actually made me more to her than her job? I don't know. I wonder if this if this rises to the level of something where she could actually face some kind of charges one. Yes. Because that's pretty serious stuff. So anyway, Victor if you're out there if you are listening to the program. I welcome you to give us a call four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred or maybe you know, Victor. Four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred we'll see what happens after the break. 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