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Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"renato" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Well, this is the same thing Trump campaign did, which goes to consciousness of guilt, right? That he knew he lost, that he commissioned, you know, obviously hid the findings that there was no fraud. But what happens when the attorney general does this and puts the import tour of the attorney general on it? Is he legally liable? Well, I mean, he should be impeached and removed, but I think that, you know, I don't think there's a crime there because essentially what he did is he just misused public resources, hid the truth and lied to the public. That's an abusive his position. You should be removed. I don't know enough about Arizona, whether that's possible. I'm guessing not. But I think this reminds me of a lot of things that happen during the Trump era where Trump would do sort of evil things, but I don't think they're necessarily criminal. Depressing. Okay. Finally, you tweeted. You tweeted the last time some states decided to separate from the union, the Civil War made clear for all time that we are indivisible. We are all in this together. Advocating for the dissolution of the United States is treasonous and un American, which is why I'm wearing my I am American T-shirt this morning. Thank you. I keep calling it this casual treason. This casual, well, it's have a Civil War. Let's succeed. Let's overturn the results of a free and fair election. I mean, it has got to stop. You're right. It is un American and it is treason. Yes, Stephanie, I got to tell you, I follow these right wingers and I'm concerned because this is a growing trend. Advocate for this is Jesse Kelly guy does it a lot. A lot of these right wingers are advocating for the dissolution of the United States. And I can't imagine anything more un American. And it really, the reason I use the word trader is I mean, the last people who tried to dissolve the union were the southerners when they wanted to uphold white supremacy in the south and that was treasonous and we dealt with that. By reconquering the south, putting an end to that for all the for all time. And I just think that neither take back on the left and progressives need to take back patriotism and the unity of the United States were all in this together. I think that's a powerful concept that we should trumpeting and we should be, you know, advocate for. We've gone way long because I waited way too long to get you. So we've got to have to next time not make it so long. Legal analyst for MSNBC and CNN Renato mariotti, it's complicated as the podcast. Please come back. Sooner rather than later.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"renato" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"It's not like you have these grand jurors coming forward. So yes, Georgia law is very narrow here. That was something I'm out of Georgia I wasn't aware of, but I will say, you know, we just talked about a moment ago, Stephanie, how the law is that to black and white. And merely whether you succeed or not is not the task. And so what I think is going to happen here is a bunch of emotions are going to get filed about this. They're going to lose, but it's a distraction and time consuming and all of this that we didn't need to have. The analogy I would draw actually is those remember those texts between Lisa page and Peter Stratton. Paul sideshow had nothing to do with what Mueller was doing. It was just like a couple of FBI personnel who had an affair. But it was used as such a distraction and we had all these investigations and hearings about a bunch of total sideshow. That's what I view this. And I think as somebody who's tried a lot of criminal cases, both is the prosecutor and the defense side. I think the defense attorneys at trial would try to find ways to back door this in front of the jury. Totally improper, but I think they're going to just try to use this to cast some sort of view that things are unfair. And there's an element of truth to it with her that enough of a color or thing that makes its own comfortable that it's going to be create some problems. Yeah. Well, I had one more tweet I wanted to just get your legal take on whether this is a thing or not. They said impropriety after the grand jury convened as different than impropriety during the grand jury proceeding, there is nothing she can say that will get an indictment thrown out after the grand jury is already convened. Is that true? I think that's right. I don't think the indictments are going to get thrown out. I mean, she's not from the grand jury that's indicting and this happened afterwards. All of that is true. I think the more problematic stuff that she said are the things that made it look like she was her and the grand jury were too chummy with the prosecutors like how she's eating a popsicle. She was getting she had a ninja turtle ice cream. Sandwich or something. She was eating from the prosecutors gave her because she was at their party. Like stuff like that, it's somewhat problematic, but I don't think this is going to get thrown out, but I will just say I've gotten a lot of comments on Twitter for people like you're wrong mariotti. This is not going to succeed until therefore this is you're just you're wrong.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"renato" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Internally decapitated me. Right, yeah, just a ghost with no head. I just got a head, right? But spiritually, it's a weird thing to be spiritually headless. I would think it would be the opposite. I would think most people, you know, if you're going to be have spiritual anatomy things going on, you'd have like two heads spiritually or too hard or something. That sounds like something a spiritual person would say, but it's been like, yeah, I'm spiritually brainless. You know, I don't understand. It's like, well, you're not doing great in the Corporal realm either in terms of brine. So yeah, I don't know, it doesn't matter. I don't think it matters that much to them where it comes from. It's just once they've gotten a hold of it and whether or not they agree with it. And if they do, then they just take it and run with it and it becomes the gospel. You know what I mean? Well, we just put this latest story, just broke that Kevin McCarthy finally released the 41,000 hours of surveillance footage footage filmed during the January 6th riot at the capitol, but not publicly just exclusively to Tucker Carlson, whose producers have been combing through it. I don't understand how, I mean, I guess when you're Kevin McCarthy, you know, that level of power, I guess, anything is theoretically legal, but I don't understand how that's like an okay thing to do. I know a huge chunk of this country thinks it's very not okay that he did that, including me, but I mean, that's just like, that's pretty crazy. Yeah, and it's wrong. I don't see American people. I know that's what I'm saying. And what kind of like hatchet job or to make? This was a peaceful tourist visit, right? He already made that one documentary. I'm doing air quotes about it and made it look, you know, and that was one of the I didn't watch the whole thing. I just saw the trailer or whatever. And the trailer was one of the most worrisome, you know, chill down my spine and do some things I had seen. So I can't imagine what they're going to do with all this with all the raw footage. But yeah, that's like, are you talking about the ball tanning documentaries? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. I just remembered it was crazy. You know, I mean, that's been a few months ago now since they put up so much crazy stuff comes out. You can't keep up with it. But yeah, it involved the balls stuff. I thought there was also a January 6 one or maybe they were related. I can't remember. Is your point that your balls remain on tanned or very much so, yeah. Yeah. That's disappointing. Right. I don't want to think about sunburn on my goals. Mine are like, you know, swamp dwellers. With swamps of bad choice of wires. Shadow dwellers. Okay. You know what I mean? Mike, I know people. They stay in the dark, most of the time. Like most fox viewers. Okay, so we brought that magically full circle. And that's why that was published.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"renato" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"All right, this is exciting. This is like, I know, it's like ice cream for breakfast. I know we don't get them very often. Right. And then everyone's gonna say, can we have them every day all the time? The answer is no. Not for free. Not for free. He's busy and very popular. Trey Crowder, the liberal redneck is here hi Trey, long time. Yeah, I'm glad to be back. I just been missing you guys. It's okay. I am busy, but you know I'll still mean I'm coming through just a holler at me. I'll be here. We don't have a jingle, but we do have this for you, just to stereotype you further. We do have a little band. No, no. Well, it wouldn't be an appearance on here without Dolan banjo's or something. Yeah, it normally got that Q dried up for me, which is fine, you know. I mean, that's like my personal soundtrack, so it's all right, it makes sense. I didn't think of you with the Chinese by balloon and the number of as we call them deleted. There were several, it was Marjorie Taylor Greene and Don junior told us civilians to try to shoot it down. I believe. Yeah, I don't think anybody needed to tell these people to try to shoot it down. As soon as it became a thing, I was like, well, that's going to be target practice. 'cause I'm aware that it was way too high in the sky for anybody to shoot it down, but like your average, you know, backwoods, Montana and other states is not they don't have that kind of either debt perception or math skills. They'll say it and they're like, oh yeah, I can handle that. Easy, all day, you know? Yeah. One big clay picture with some rounds fired off. Can I just say it makes me laugh just reading the well read comedy tour
"renato" Discussed on WCPT 820
"To start doing the whole show like this. Creepy music. I think Ivanka and Jared are trying to tear themselves away from Trump. You think so? Yeah. All right, let's check in with the legal. So it's tomorrow. Tomorrow. Yeah. The 11th circuit of appeals that Tuesday, deadline on it was our time. I don't know. For Trump's attorneys to respond to the DoJ call for a partial stay of the controversial opinion by judge loose cannon. Deal Jay said the government would face a rubber will harm without a partial stay. The court order hamstrings that investigation in places the FBI and the DoJ under democracy and threat of contempt. It also irreparably harms the government by enjoining critical steps of an ongoing criminal investigation needlessly compelling disclosure of highly sensitive records, including to Trump's counsel. The appeals court said, oh, noon. Noon deadline. Tomorrow for Trump to respond. The DoJ filing has been described as an unsparing rejection of canon's handling of the entire matter saying it as jeopardized national security is based on flimsy or baseless interpretations of executive privilege and could enable further obstruction of efforts to recover additionally additional missing documents Renato mariotti said it's a very quick response from the Court of Appeals is a good sign for the DoJ. Let's hope so. Because how this is not of urgent national security concern, I don't. I don't know. So this was, they asked the DoJ as the appeals court to override parts of the judge's order, appointing a special master to review documents. Is anyone else suspicious like I am? I know where everyone says this special master is agreed to by both sides and he was appointed by Reagan, but the fact that Trump's team is okay with him. Does that not make you makes me suspicious? The. He was in the involvement in the Carter page thing and I had no idea I'm like, did they get to him somehow? That was the redeem himself to them for the Carter page thing or something. I don't know. I did see some speculation over the weekend that they chose him because they think that he might be ticked off about the fisa courts lying to him. Right. About the Carter page, the best way I was saying. It was a weird choice. But again, that's all speculation. Right. Well, what does talk radio? It's three hours of mindless. Yeah, but it's their speculation. It's stupid. Yeah, in fact, if mindful speculation slips in, we apologize. Yeah, that's against FCC regulations. Yes. Rumor innuendo. Final speculation. Allegedly. Time filling. That's what we trafficking. What? We have three hours to fill. Yes, exactly. Okay, so asking the appeals court to intercede on two parts of canon's ruling one barring criminal investigators from using the C's material while the special master does his work in another allowing the special master to review the roughly hundred classified document seized as well as non classified material. The government filing asked for a stay of only the portions of the order causing the most serious and immediate harm to the government of the public, calling the scope of their request modest, but critical critically important. Anyway, they're saying it rapidly harms the government by enjoining critical stacks of an ongoing criminal investigation needlessly compelling disclosure of highly sensitive records, including to Trump's lawyers. Yeah, I don't trust a one of them. The courts injunction restricts the FBI from using the seas records and its criminal investigative tools to assess which, if any records were in fact disclosed to whom and in what circumstances, so we'll know right by noon tomorrow. What they're going to say. Yeah. That's interesting what you just said, but that's what I was thinking. Why the Carter page guy? Judge. That's the only reason that anyone can come up with. Okay. Oh, representative Cohen talking about Trump. I got fundraising letter. The Trump sent out just yesterday. And he said the attacks on me really are attack on you, friend. They want power. And it's up to us to rip that power from their hands and put it back off. I need a $1 million in the next few days, get it a 1000% impact for the next 30 minutes. I need your money. Don't get to anybody else. This is just for you. This is the biggest bunch of blarney and ripoff lies that you can imagine. Did not see Blaney coming with you. Wow. It started with B wow. Okay. So we were speculating Friday whether
Cassidy Hutchinson's Hearsay Testimony About Trump
"When you return to The White House in the motorcade after the president's speech where did you go When I returned to The White House I walked upstairs towards chief of staff's office and I noticed mister Renato lingering outside of the office Once we had made eye contact he quickly waved me to go into his office which was dressed across the hall for mine When I went in he shot the door and I noticed I want you to listen to the explicit detail To the explicit detail Mister annatto is a Secret Service agent at The White House Famous Anthony Tony He saw her and he waved her into his office A junior Stanford Go ahead Mister Trump's security detail sitting in a chair looking somewhat discombobulated and a little lost There's a Secret Service agent on the president's detail looking discombobulated and a little lost So who better to call in than miss hutchison Go ahead Did you hear what happened in the beast I said no Tony I just got back What happened Tony proceeded to tell me that when the president got in the beast he was under the impression from mister Meadows that the off the record movement to the capitol was still possible and likely to happen but that Bobby had more information So once the president had gotten into the vehicle with Bobby he thought that they were going up to the capitol and when Bobby had relayed to him or not you don't have the assets to do it It's not secure So the president the president gets into the beast his vehicle And he still thinks he can go to the capitol But he's told by the agent there Bobby No you can't I find this perplexing don't you mister producer Why would the president get into a vehicle thinking he can go to the capitol but he can't So what did they do Go to McDonald's
"renato" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Know you you. You're you to is our guys. The rivalry between brazil energy and tina. He's huge huge. So when everything begun the first impression east the argentine are trying to to make the brasilia's clouds are they don't who they think they do. They think they are and they can't. They can't come here resilient and make anything they want but then when that show the inequity insurance happen people here said oh okay the majority of people okay. Argentina is wrong. It's clearly wrong because they could lie in the mission here nicole and visa regionally players before the match their be they have. You stopped the food for the whole world. That's that's the problem okay. I just true final things for me. Joseph thrown away and one is has the government said anything as somebody more important than both renato son spokesman outta said anything. Is there any indication. No nothing absolutely nothing and the other thing just for me covering brazil culpa medic on at the world cup. I have to say chichi is one of my favorite people in the world. I like the way he talks. I like the way he expresses himself. I like is simple. I just want to give a big applause to him. I don't know if it was his idea or somebody else's idea but just to go and have the kickabout session here in here in the uk. They kept showing it those seven phones. I just thought that was so cool. That was the right footballing response from the players from from the brazilian national team from the from the brazilian fa. I'm hoping he's received a lot of love because of that in brazil to. Tt's a lovely guys guy. I i. I also covered brazil national team from two thousand sixteen to two thousand nineteen word. Cook fires in the comerica. And now i'm working with argentina. But he's a lovely guy. He's a very session die. He's the best brazilian head coach. No doubt about it and one one little you for also yesterday our stalking. Because i was right behind the wherever you go and i would say the first health nope the four minutes of match so i was right behind wherever go but a person from. Cbs worked with ditty. That told me that when he saw the guy from a visa arriving he's screaming no live live and let the guys play. But i think we can. Safely say is south american football brazilian fans gene. They deserve a lot better. I hope that their lessons that we can learn hearing gustavo. Thank you so much. Thank you thank you. It was a huge player. I always listen you so it's a huge player for me..
St. Louis Cardinals' Nolan Arenado Returns to Coors Field
"Us to check in. With our Hall of Fame baseball writer and Rockies insider Tracy Wrinkles be of inside the seams dot com Tracy Always great to have you. Thank you. Well, it's great to be here. Let's first talk about the return of Nolan Ah, Renato, regardless of how things ended. The fact of the matter is Nolan did amazing things with the Rockies. And while it's different to see him here with the Cardinals There's no denying what he accomplished in purple is there? No, I mean, here's a fan favorite. He played hard every day. He played his heart earlier I've ever seen day in and day out. A little bit different personality, But you know, all of us have a little bit different personality, right? We're not all the same, but I think he, uh, he gave Iraqis everything that could possibly give him when he was here, and he reached the point where he wanted to move on. Um, it's not the first guy on earth that did it, And so the Rockies accommodated him, and then they deal with ST Louis. Do they get everything they wanted to return? No. When a player has a no trade, cause he's going to have control. Over where he goes, and you know, I think with Gamber alone they did fairly well and they got a pretty good starting pitcher right there. But, you know, I think it's great to see the fans welcome him back.
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Swears. Find the cat. happy places. What the mutt town twisters like that. Limericks whatever you wanna send send them to us at where where do you go. Daily beans pod dot com and click on contact. People are gonna start confusing these. It makes them up. They're going be like i find the my you know. I misheard louie gohmert lyrics. What what okay. All right so i up from anonymous pronunciation him. Hello leaders of the likud minardi not a correction as much as an affirmation of what richard. Oj said. I was born and raised in west virginia until leaving for grad school. And and hope you don't mind. If you comments alongside richard ojeda's passion for the topic of joe manchin the state of west virginians. Such he mentioned at one point in the interview. That west virginia has always been a democratic state and other than some presidential elections. It was since the time of fdr. It's as if they only recently got the memo that the parties flip anyhow mansion. I think it's important for a couple of people who may roll their eyes and go ahead it when people call others dino like oh jada basically just did to mansion that mansion once ran an ad where he literally shot a democratic bill with a rifle. Oh my god. The mansion did have a really good effort against him last time by progressive named paula. Jean swear swear gen. that's when he last ran but she got almost zero attention outside of social media. And i noticed boomers i'm related to mocking her for having the exact same accent. They had run again. Could y'all maybe do an interview down the road I'm also honestly not sure. Mansion can beat republican next time this week. Hundreds of west virginians marched on his charleston office and demanded he stopped supporting voter suppression the leader of the march. Reverend dr barber noted that mansion is only hurting those who helped him get where he is. African american west virginians and poor rural mountain. People thank you for all you do. Well thank you for that anonymous. I appreciate it. I love that. I think it was re- discussion with richardo jada and it was really well. Said i mean we've gotta get our asses out because i'm worried about losing that seat. 'cause who've we can now to all right this next month from lisa pronoun she in bay high beans team lots of news to share very short version. My much loved anti-violence work serving survivors of sexual assault was taken away from me by a hostile work environment. Last fall i bounce back and got to new job a remote jobs happily busy and healing from all the trauma personal national. I wanna play. What the much these. This sweetie is a dog park acquaintance. Who's a mix of breeds in joy. Get sink boxer. Jack russell bulldog jack russell or boston jack russell. That looks like a bulldog body i know. Look at the teeth to jack face. Yeah and honor by all right. This dog is half bulldog have shitzu. Oh owners call him a bullshit. That's you call him there. bullshits jack. Russia was sheet zoo. Look at this honey though. I know so sweet that happy face. Happy dog not do next up from drew pranzi and him. Louie gohmert isn't one hundred percent cooked in the think meat. That's a good one that again. Louie gohmert isn't one hundred percent cooked in the think meat and is about as useful as a screen door on a submarine berry. Well said anyway for pot bat tax. I'm going to try to attach photos. And my younger dog. Abacus named for cicero's best friend. Titus pump pontius atticus. But mr finch's cool too. I have no idea what breed mixture is but he looks kind of like an old professor in a tweed jacket. I've decided that he's half north. American cuddle hound and half wirehaired snuggle shirt terrier love the show love all the co host and guests. Thanks doc gill for this day for our daily dose of news and positively. Look at this fellow. He is very distinguished. Oh is very wiry definitely terrier. Oh.
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"How many months in prison is this person. Gonna get for this crime and how much. How much resources are we gonna have to put into trying this case and so that's the sort of calculus. Justice is not a perfect thing ever in this country. That's for sure we all know that is very far from perfect but while i think appropriate thing prosecutors do as they figure out wh what's in the public interest in terms of prosecutorial resources so i just think that's part of the equation. Yes like jacob chancellor for example pretty much who. You just described what he did. His lawyers are his defense attorneys. Know that they want to. You know come to a deal. And and so they have a little bit of leverage there because they know that the doj doesn't want to clog up the the docket with those types of cases so yeah. I think i think we're looking at probably going to look at some settling for things a little bit left. But you're right. The judge has to take into account. It's gonna be interesting to see how these come down but you know renato if we see for example one of these Donohoe or figs or you know some of these proud boys the if they continue to plead not guilty refused to cooperate they go to trial. We're looking at like next year. You know it's bring a long time. Yeah i mean. I i will tell you i have. I have Cases that are scheduled for trial next year. I'm not sure if they're going to go on time. Because even though these cases overcharged late last year is just. There's so much of a delay and so much backlog right now and you know. I have cases where the judge is like. I don't even have a spot on my calendar right now..
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"They are very vigorously prosecuting. Every a lot of people here are involved and as you say they are working their way up to conspiracy charges trying to flip people. You're starting to see some please. I think one thing that is a challenge in these kind of cases. Is you know some of the what. I'll call like a very straightforward. Charges are easy to prove right like okay. You entered the capital with an attempt. Disrupt government business or something okay. That's like straightforward proving. Some sort of domestic terrorism charged conspiracy. That can be more complicated improving. Somebody state of mind Complicated there can be no risks at trial. So i think they're putting that stuff together carefully on the. I'll just caution. Everybody is is anybody who's been following your podcast. Alison knows the wheels adjuster. Pretty slowly in this country and it just takes a while for best gatien's in case system to work their way through the system. So you know. I think it's gonna take a little bit of time and you know i'll tell you. Although a lot of folks were listening to spike ask they haven't been doing enough as you know. Alison a lot of the trumpsters are are angry. Too much is being done right. They're definitely feeling the force. And i think for the sake of our country. That's a positive thing that people who are attacking our capital disrupting our government's trying to overturn and change our democratic way of bit way of governance are going to hopefully have some positive future. Yeah and they're also really sad. That trump is standing up for which they should have learned in the second impeachment trial when the defense was. Hey they're on their own. They're the criminals not me. Yeah now and you know you're you're so right and another thing we have to remember. They're pushing six hundred defendants here. We are probably going to see a lot of of of plead out deals. That should probably have more jail time that they're just going because you can't do six hundred trials on the same docket and i don't think that you can farm these cases out to other courts. Yeah i think that's right. Yeah venues there in dc And these are the kinds of cases. Frankly where you know often. If it wasn't for the circumstances here these cases would receive minimum punishments in other words. If some college kid had the bright idea that he was gonna rate in. Nancy pelosi's office and take some photos they might. They're.
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Podcast please welcome renato mariotti. Hello renato our you good. How are you. i'm great. It's been a nice weekend so far. Been pretty relaxing I think we're gearing up for the summer. So it's i'm good So and and how are things in your neck of the woods. well you know. Look i've been We i purchased a home. A moving moving with my fiance my fiance and moving in together with With her daughter so a lot of change in tumult on my side of a side of things. But it's all for the positive all good thing. Yes congratulations and thanks for making time for us today. Because i had asked you on twitter You've posted last week about sydney powell and some other attorneys. Who will get to in a second. You know that. The elite strike. Force the crack in group of folks. They have been summoned for a sanctions hearing in a michigan federal court because on thursday district. Judge linda parker or the attorneys. She ordered them flat out to appear at a hearing on july. Sixth and i wanted to ask you about this. Because i am not familiar with sanctions hearings. I haven't seen this yet so far in all the reporting i've done in the last few years. Could you talk a little bit about these sanctions. And what they might mean us. Oh the reason you haven't heard a lot about sanctions because they're very rare and judges. Generally while there are ethical standards that apply to attorneys. We've heard a lot about those over. The last year is about all these rules professional responsibility as a practical matter. They're not enforced as vigorously as you might think. And so you know. Judges will have lawyers in front of them do do questionable things and sometimes The the consequences of that is just at judge. Diminishes their their view of the attorney. Or maybe they'll call out the attorney. Say something about the attorney opinion. You know that sort of thing you know the idea being that even just having the judge who says something bad about you as punishment enough but a sanctions hearing means that the judge is concerned enough about your conduct that she or he wants is going to have a hearing to determine whether for example to impose a financial penalty For example for example. One case that i tried when i was a federal prosecutor a high profile case there was a lawyer who took photos from inside the courtroom and put them on twitter. Okay evidence and they said very bad idea when are signs everywhere. It says do not take photographs And so you know. There was a sanction searing pace of money. And he had you know. Apologize to the court and file some apology. Things like that. They're it's essentially formalized way of punishing attorney misconduct. And.
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Note. She she gets better because better. She then told another right. Wing media outlet that rudy called her about at the very next morning soup. Reportedly trump got the note. Read at handed it to rudy and said co this lady now back to the mansion lady edwards. no one knows how meadows got her letter but sh- but he sent it onto rosen. That's how that's the thing that we're talking about here. Right is the chief of staff. For trump's sending this to rosen. He also sent rosental link to the johnson interview. That's the cia. Former cia guy from virginia and then four days later. The georgia person zach claimed that they gave documents to peter navarro but navarro denied that and then zach apparently met with edwards the mansion lady By january sixth. By the by the insurrection and then flynn tweeted out. Italy did it. Oh good lord and then cunanan grabbed onto it and zack said that They told former acting defense secretary. Chris miller about it miller didn't deny being told about it and i'm wondering if the flynn brothers had anything to do with miller hearing about it at the at the department of defense but anyway since then the original author of the article in italy. The italian hannity has retracted. The entire story saying it was fake. Oh my god still dads. I feel like people were setting. Some of these central pitches like just like here. Send him the letter. Let's see where this goes. That's the birth of italy gate and and by the way. I left a lot out of this story to tell that is my curated digestible. Bits version so check out the article in the washington post. There's a whole thing about Edwards in her somali pirates stuff and Her to italy. It's wow my goodness. I wish this next story was fake. But it's not This from fox news. They failed to fully disclose the professional conservative ties of eleven guests featured in numerous segments about the teaching of critical race theory in schools. Now this is according to a new report from media matters which is a liberal watchdog group that monitors conservative media. They're very busy. These days now fox news host introduced guests who oppose critical race theory as concerned parents teachers and school board members while downplaying or completely ignoring the fact that their official ties to larger conservative organizations and causes. Now that's according to a report so while many of the aren't they are. Parents gave a our parents or school officials but the fox news segments rarely included their professional biographies among them were republican strategists and lobbyists staff of conservative think tanks and media personalities. Now it's unclear. Fox intentionally misled. Come on give me and fucking breaking in. The nankai. Can't believe i have to say the sentence of the straight base. It's unclear if fox intentionally misrepresented the guests biographies. They now critical race. Theory has been a galvanizing topic on the right and the subject of near constant coverage in conservative news. Publications fox news alone is mentioned. Nearly thirteen hundred times says march. That's according to media matters that national spotlight has been a boon to at least one hundred and sixty five local national groups targeting critical race theory at more than fifty school boards across the country. Conservative organizers they told that nbc news this week critical race theory as most of you know some of you do not but this is a good explanation is an area of academic inquiry. That studies systemic racism. It's institutional causes and its lasting impact but conservative activists have rebranded the term to include any effort to provide equity or balanced in curricula on race gender. So most of the targeted school districts insist their schools. Do not teach critical race theory. I guarantee there's a lot of texas. The media matters report highlighted guests including ian prior. Who leads the school board. Recall effort in a loudon county. Virginia now in at least fifteen separate appearances prior was portrayed as a father i while scant mention was made of his longtime groups like the national republican congressional committee or as workers communications director for the conservative super pac american crossroads and the department of justice under the former guy. This guy has deep ties. So the report also revealed that lilith bandits. I am a fairfax county teacher. Whose fiery speech against critical race theory at a school board meeting when viral this month. And they're saying she is a political activists affiliated with the conservative organization turning points usa and a correspondent with a pro trump media outlet right side broadcasting network. These are all personalities on fox news. She was described simply as one of the teachers who was at that school board meeting. That's issues just one of the teachers Yeah they found eleven of these people. Yeah fair balanced. It is a entertainment network. It's not a news network. These people are absolutely we do have some late breaking news by the way biden about to impose sanctions on russia for vanni. I told you this summit was more legit than we thought More soon probably in the form of us cyberattacks on russia and russia has agreed to draw down troops in ukraine. We were going to send a ton of weapons to ukraine but are holding off to see if russia keeps its word if not. We're going to send the weapons immediately and don't be surprised if we see more stuff like this. Of course marco rubio equated. That trump withholding congressionally appropriated aid to extort does alinsky. He's like oh i fell you. You're going to withhold ukrainian aid such a douche. He's done marco. Rubio is dumber all right. Oh yeah. I love that Oh god alex is. We love her. Rachel rachel than men. Oh oh the trolling. He was so good with rubio immediately by roe. She's so good at it. I know i adore her. Love her to yeah. She's lovely all right. We'll be right back with her not to marry ati to discuss sanctions and that sanctions hearing for sydney powell and friends and what kind of punishment.
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Partners and this letter was about a firm another firm called the institute for good governance which released a statement from an italian lawyer claiming he had info about the hacker. Who did the italy gate. Okay with me so far now both of these firms. Usa aerospace the letterhead that for me the letter mark medicine center and the institute for good governance where they usa aerospace got their information from our virginia based companies and they're owned by someone they michelle roosevelt edwards. Now she's a former republican. Congressional candidate from the eighties changed her name and twenty thirteen. And reinvented herself. As a socialite who claims to have helped molly officials fighting pirates boat. Pirates was at a social layer. Since you'll pat. Was it a typo socialite. Okay just check out. Pirates analog pirates scoop. Thank you for an ncaa boat. Pirates wasn't like pirates. Thought they would think like hacking pirates or something. Yeah edwards this lady said he come interview me and my headquarters in this thirty million dollar virginia mansion where i live but the post found out the mansion is actually owned by someone else and she but she did interview from inside the mansion mansion. Yes she walked around saying yes. This is my house. This is my bedroom. Don't go in there. it's very private. This is my mansion and then washington post showed the footage of this lady to the actual owner of the house. And she was like. That's my house. What's that lady doing in my house. Turns out stop it. Edwards is a real estate agent. And pretend to stop at anchin was hers. God listen listen beans out there. I clearly have not heard the story. I'm hearing here for the first time with you. And i'm also like what the file away. That's just a weird side story. That's not jesus strap in. I'm getting a drink but the real stories where it elite comes from and this lady is apparently like a patient zero for the italy gate. Conspiracy theory was first published in italy by danielle kappa. Zony who is known as the hannity of italy okay. Oh jeez then of virginia guy named bradley johnson a right-wing dude who says he's an ex. Aa guy he caught wind of it and posted it in an interview on december fifth from their maria. Stroz zach another lady for gilady from georgia. Who was republican. Who by the way ran a super pac for ted cruz in two thousand sixteen told her right wing media outlets. She personally told trump about italy gate on christmas eve. Mar-a-lago bypassing a handwritten.
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"renato" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"June twenty twenty twenty one today fine prepare sanctions on russia for the poisoning and imprisonment of alexis. Vanni former acting secretary defense. Chris miller was helping push the italy gate conspiracy. The biden administration moves to make gender confirmation surgery available to veterans the court filings show. The department of justice has started investigating the higher ups in the insurrection. Investigation sydney powell and friends or called into court for a sanctions. Hearing in michigan and fox. News is busted parading. Gop lobbyists and operatives as parents concerned about critical race theory. I'm alison gill. And i'm dana. Goldberg my gosh. We always have so much news coming back from the weekend we do. There's a lot this is packed and some of them are made my blood boil. And now there's just you know looking forward to hearing up's always the roller coaster. But we'll end the show with the good news to kind of tapered off nicely for everyone and then before that later i'm going to be having a discussion with the host of the on topic. Podcast renato maryadi about the sanctions hearings for the elite strike force lawyers. The cracking whatever's ones. That have been released but not released. I just keep feeling like. I'm back in third grade. Woo busted moded. It's just because. I don't know how else to speak to them other than third grade voice. Okay that's the only way to understand delays speak their language. Yeah all right. We do have who ton of news to get to. So let's do it. Let's hit the high notes. Hot notes all lead story. I have an insurrection investigation..
"renato" Discussed on AP News
"It take the scar off of our hearts that we still have from my dad not being here but now former police officer who shot Hill at a McCoy has pleaded not guilty to murder and reckless homicide charges. This is AP News Man in Chicago is the first known covert to covert double lung transplant recipient. The donor had recovered from covert and died from an unrelated cause. Babies. Ed Donahue has more. I feel wonderful. Renato Aquino was working as a phlebotomist caring for patients. When he came down with the case of the virus so severe it destroyed his lungs and nearly killed him. Needs. Tasha Sundstrom says It didn't look good actually went to the funeral. I did all the arrangements. And then the next day he proved us wrong. He wanted to live doctor on Kit burrata at Northwestern says options were running out. We received a call that lungs Were available from a donor who previously had a mild to moderate covert. The donor's lungs did not have permanent damage. Aquino says he is grateful. Thank you. I'm alive, Kino says he now has a second chance at life. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News says that has been the home of a little higher top leader of Gaza's ruling militant Hamas group. Military legend that the home served as a part of what it says was a militant groups terrorist infrastructure. Al how is a senior figure in the Hamas political leadership in Gaza? His fate after the strike was not immediately known. Earlier on Saturday, and Israeli airstrike targeted and destroyed a high rise building in Gaza City, the House officers off the Associated Press and other media outlets. I'm serious. Shockley..
"renato" Discussed on AP News
"Ed Donahue. Court documents show. Joel Greenberg, Florida politician who emerged as a central figure in the federal investigation into Congressman Matt Gates has agreed to cooperate with federal investigators and admits paying an underage girl to have sex with him and other men. Sources tell the AP Federal prosecutor's office and admits paying an underage girl to have sex with him and other men. Sources tell the AP Federal prosecutors have been examining whether Gates and Greenberg paid under age girls or offered them gifts in exchange for sex. Gates is not mentioned in the court documents, and he has strongly deny the allegations. A new national terrorism alert warns violent extremist may take advantage of the easing of pandemic restrictions to carry out attacks. The Department of Homeland Security did not mention any specific threats. Across the nation. There's differing reactions to new CDC guidance on mask wearing. Here's the AP, Sandra Madani. Several states say they're falling in line with the guidance either now or in coming weeks, including Oregon and Governor Kate Brown Oregonians who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks or social distance. In most public spaces. Other states along with cities and some big businesses are holding off and made questions about whether the mass guidance is safe or workable. Given that there's no easy way to be sure who is fully vaccinated and who is not just like Companies and businesses are digesting this. So are we. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it will take time to implement the guidance. Those staffers there have been told if they are vaccinated. There's no need for masks. President Biden stepped outside the West Wing without one and when asked if he's enjoying his first massless day, simply said. Soccer mahogany Washington. The family of Andre Hill, a black man, who was shot and killed by a white police officer in December, will receive a $10 million Settlement from the city of Columbus, Ohio. Stocks closed higher The Dow up 360 points. This is AP News Renato Aquino in Chicago, says he feels wonderful the first non patient in the United States to receive a cove it to covet double lung transplant at Northwestern Medicine. The 65 year old Aquino was working as a phlebotomist caring for patients. When he came down with a case of the virus so severe it destroyed his lungs and nearly killed him. Conscious Sundstrom is his niece. I actually wanted the funeral. I did all the arrangements and then the next day he proved us wrong. He wanted to live doctor and keep Murat at Northwestern says options were running out, received a call that lungs Were available from a donor who previously had a mild to moderate covert, Aquino says he's grateful. What can I say? Self.
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'COVID to COVID' Lung Transplant Patient Grateful
"A man in Chicago is the recipient of the first known Kobe to coal bed double lung transplant I feel wonderful Renato Aquino was working as a phlebotomist caring for patients when he came down with the case of the virus so severe it destroyed his lungs and nearly killed him niece Tasha Sundstrom says he did look good I actually went to the funeral I did all the arrangements and then the next day he proved us wrong he wanted to live Dr on kid parotid northwestern says options were running out to save the call that lungs were available from a donor who previously had a mild to moderate cold at the donor's lungs did not have permanent damage Aquino says he is grateful yeah yeah thank you I'm alive keno says he now has a second chance at life I bet Donahue
Buffalo Sabres snap 18-game winless streak with victory over Philadelphia Flyers
"Took nearly five weeks. 34 days more than 800 hours. But Thursday night, the drought finally came to an end. It was a nightmare to say the least hard practice yesterday, a positive attitude and a little turnaround tonight when number one is a head coach for Don Renato, snapping this 18 game winless stretch their first victory in 19 as they surround Lena's hallmark and a 61 win. Over the Philadelphia Flyers favors win. Haven't been able to say that since February, 25th Nbcsn with call prior to Wednesday, Buffalo had gone Oh 15 and three since their win in late February. It was the second longest winless streaks and shoot outs were introduced in the NHL in 2005, and they tied the 0506 Penguins for the most consecutive losses, including overtime and shootouts. In the 21st century. Over the 18th team in NHL history to go winless over an 18 game span. But the futility of Buffalo is over for at least one night
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"renato" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Away news. Radio Time is 10 021 of the Copan 19 vaccine events held over the weekend addressed equity issues. It's become quite the familiar site in Colorado cars lined up and sleeves rolled up to get a Corona virus vaccine was just so happy to come get vaccinated. That's why Rose Cobra was that Servicio Staler Raza off Colfax and federal We're about 600 people are getting vaccinated this weekend at the event that city Councilwoman Jamie Torrez helped organize the point of being able to do it here. It was really making it accessible to what we recognize is a discourse disproportionately affected population. Specifically, she's talking about the Latino and Hispanic population more than half of Denver's covert 19 cases. Hospitalizations and deaths are among Hispanic adults, even though they make up just about a quarter of the city's population. That's Fox 30 one's Matt Morrow, governor. Pulis and first gentleman Marlin Reese got there first Copa 19 vaccination doses over the weekend. They got them at a clinic in Commerce City. Ah lot of unhappy Rockies fans with the weekend announcement that Nolan Ah Renato will be traded. Our Renato spent the first eight years of his major league career with the Rockies won the NL Gold Glove at third base and each of those seasons. He also a 235 home runs and drove in 760 runs. But two years into an eight year $260 million deal, and he's on the move headed to ST Louis. Iraqis. They're sending $50 million to the Cardinals and receiving a package of players, including left handed pitcher Austin Gamber and likely three or four prospects. MLB and the players union must still approve the deal..
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"renato" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week alive all the time. Welcome back in. We appreciate you hanging out with us on the Sunday morning all the time. We have talked plenty of football. We've done a lot of fun things already this morning and calling number. You want to join us, 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. That's 855 to 1 to four CBS. But believe it or not, There's been a lot of activity going on around baseball. Over the last few days. It's like the hot stove started to pick up now that it looks like spring training is only about three weeks away, So I want to talk about the deal that everyone has been talking about, And that's the fact that Nolan Aaron Auto has left Denver. And is now going to be a Saint Louis Cardinal. So I decided I reach out to buddy, my buddy Chris Rogie, who I worked with in Chicago and then when he was in ST Louis, working Down there doing sports radio and in the afternoon drive slot, and I wanted to bring him on to talk about all of this stuff and what it means for the Cardinals. What it means for the The Rockies what it means for the NL West versus the NL Central, and he joins us now here on CBS Sports Radio. Hey, Chris. Rogie. Well, hello, warrants. Holmes. I'm so glad that you were available to talk about this. I want to know. First of all, because I felt like over the last two off seasons The Cardinals have been chasing Nolan, a Renato and my my writing That assumption? Yes, well, Okay, Well, I don't know if they've been chasing him or if everybody has just been hoping they would go get him. But the two entities have been linked at least the last couple of years, maybe three. Go back three years. Everybody's always talking about Nolan era nado. What a perfect fit. He would be. They don't have a third baseman their infield prior toe acquiring Goldschmidt. Their infield production just wasn't there, so they got to do something. This guy's a perfect fit. He doesn't want to be in Colorado anymore. Um Yeah, Why not bring him He plays good defense because they had carpenter Matt Carpenter playing third and he struggles over. I mean, he's fine at 30 is just not. He's not great, and you can tell when he Makes the throw to first like there's this ark in the throw, and sometimes it just beats the runners. Sometimes that it has trouble getting to first base. So there's always this moment where you're like, Is he gonna make this play or not? So now you got a guy who plays that position better than maybe anybody in the game with the exception of Matt Chapman. And now he's he fits perfectly into what they need. So I think the question that I've already been asked before you and I'm assuming you were gonna ask me. This is m I surprised they did it in the answer is yes, I'm I Two names have been linked. For a long time as I mentioned, but the Cardinals tend to The exception of the Goldsman acquisition. They made that happen, but they tend to fall short of it. You'll be a David price. They fell short on him, bringing him in or are you know, signing him? They fell short on bringing back Jason Heyward. They fell short on Giancarlo Stanton, even though they allegedly had a deal in place. To acquire him. He said. You know what? Miami? Um I'm not gonna let you have what you want. So I'm not gonna take that deal, so they fell short on him as well. So it just kind of felt like This Aaron auto situation was never going to materialize. So quite frankly, I'm a little surprised. They made it happen, but they did it and they should be commended for it. They should and you start looking at like O P s at their base. Over over the last decade or so. You could see why they would want an upgrade in that spot. It feels like with the Cardinals that they've been waiting a little bit for Rainmaker and Goldschmidt. I think fits that. Now, when you add the two of those guys, now that you've got your quarters together, this this Cardinals team looks really dangerous to me on a day in day out basis. Well, okay. I know the The concern is going to be and I don't think people should be worried about it. If you're a Cardinals fan, I really don't think you should worry about the ballpark factors too much. Because yes, he played in Colorado. The numbers could be inflated inflated in Colorado, but the Cardinals have had pretty good luck with guys who have played for the Rockies. And have come over to where they are and have done pretty well there to Larry Walker being one of them Matt Holliday another so there is precedent for them, acquiring players who have done well at Coors Field. Then also come to Busch Stadium, which which plays a. It's about 15th or 16th and baseball. In terms of of, you know, home runs and offense, so it doesn't play big. It doesn't play small. It's right there in the middle. Don't see any reason he can't be productive there. Maybe there's a little bit of a drop off in his production, but I still think he's going to be a pretty darn good, productive player for a while. So you've got him you got Paul Goldschmidt. Who is in his thirties, now well into his thirties and his 2019 full season first season for them was not great. At least it wasn't close to Goldschmidt standards, but it was pretty good. There was a little bit of a rebound last year. But again, that was only two months of the season. So I guess you could kind of keep an eye out for what kind of production they'll get from him. I would imagine it's still gonna be really good. It's still Paul Goldschmidt. He may not give you like a 9 50 or better O P s, but he should be productive. So you've got two guys in the middle of the order. That should drive in a ton of runs for you. If you're the Cardinals, the question is..
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Death on eve of Brazil's Black Consciousness Day sparks fury
"Beaten by security guards. It happened last night on the eve of Black Consciousness Day as NPR's Philip Reeves reports his death has caused a huge outcry. The beating was captured on video by an onlooker. The footage shows a black man on the ground at a supermarket. White Security guard Hold him down Another strikes. The man repeatedly in the face is quite Anton is more hell. The prosthesis pan card death of 40 Roach. One freighters is making headlines on a day in which Brazil is supposed to honor its black citizens. It happened in the southern city of Porto, allegedly the supermarkets operators carry for are calling his death of brutal crime cannot force canceled its contract with the security company. That's no consolation to black Brazilians and many others now flooding the Internet with messages of anger and despair. Or this crowd protesting this afternoon at their local cattle for branch in the capital of resilience, I can't breathe, they cry. The security man who beat freight is charged with first degree homicide once an off duty policeman. They were reportedly called to the scene After an altercation between freighters and a store employees. The local state governor, Eduardo lead ship promises a rigorous investigation It was different thoughts is indeed a novice. Recess gym, you'll answer. Everyone's outraged by this excessive violence. This led to the death of a black citizen says Let you Yet for many black Brazilians, this is all too familiar communication problem. It's very common for people linked to security forces to kill black Brazilians, says Renato Ferreira, a race relations lawyer. The death in the U. S of George Floyd resonated in Brazil, which has a long history of violent racism. Tensions have grown under far right President Chae Abortion, auto valuables on out of here but isn't the one who did this. Someone with a grudge posted on this election was a huge blow to many Brazilians, says Panetta. Boston out of himself has not commented on Francis's death. His vice president has it's lamentable, General Hamilton Morale told journalists yet on this black consciousness day, But I went on to insist that in Brazil, racism does not exist. The briefs. NPR NEWS REDISH NETTLES
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Dodgers' Betts awarded 5th straight Gold Glove
"L. A Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts has won his fifth consecutive Gold Glove award, and it's his first as a member of the National League after winning four straight, is a member of the Boston Red Sox. Meanwhile, the Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Renato won his eighth consecutive gold glove over the American League.
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Oxford COVID vaccine trial results called "extremely encouraging"
"Yes some great news coming out on the COVID nineteen front, so university of Oxford has developed a covid nineteen vaccine in. It's showing really positive results. There's evidence that vaccines can produce these immune responses that are supposedly going to protect people against the infection, so they need to do more trials because they need to get A. A wider Kesse, wider net and see how it affects people more, but currently they say it seems to be safe and effective. So this is great news. Yes, that's way ahead of schedule and it is very heartening to hear that, so we wanted to put that in the good news
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Georgia Gov. Sues Atlanta Over Face Masks
"Governor camp. Basically does a shore headline. is suing. The bear because she She's bringing Atlanta back to the stricter phase, the strictest phase of reopening and this is amidst rising cases. Atlanta has one third of the state's cases right now in Georgia's cases in general are going up, as are a lot of different cities and states cases right now we're not in a good place with covid and Kemp is saying that he's going to move forward with the lawsuit, saying that he will not stand down because the mayor's disastrous policies threatened the lives and livelihood of our citizens, and this is so. This is really interesting to me because you have a governor that refuses to mandate masks even though. The case are going up. He says he won't go past. Just strongly suggesting that people wear them, and then you have a mayor that is more concerned, obviously about the pulse citizens and is choosing to require this. This mask mandates are enforce it, but what is so interesting to me? Is You know this question of WHO's more, powerful, a governor or a mayor and I was looking through in doing some research before we hopped on here and it seems like the precedent exists in Kemp's favor right now in terms of him issuing an executive order, but it's GonNa be litigated litigated in court. And, the mayor is welcoming that opportunity to argue this corporate I feel like. They're gonNA have to successfully argue that the health of citizens are objectively one hundred percent more at risk with his policy verses. Hers may be for her to be able to enforce that. Directly in contradiction to Kemp's order so. That's yeah, and I think a good argument here. I'm sorry to interrupt I think a good argument. Here would be wide just why just the mayor of Atlanta? wikileaks bottoms? Why is he not? Any other mayor who's mandating masks in rolling back the reopening of the states of the of their of their cities. It's just her and I think he might have a hard time. Proving why it's just her. And not. Any of the other mayors that that are that are doing this. Yeah Yeah, that's I I wasn't aware that other mayors and other cities. We're doing the same. As as she was, if that's the case then. Well I guess if he's just. Suing her directly. She doesn't get to increase her bench of. Defendants. But. Or, can't she? Could she get other mayors to sign onto the lawsuit? Can you do that? She's the defendant right right he's. Yes, so I mean she can bring any witnesses that she wants. But I just find it remarkable that that the only black woman mayor is the one that's being sued so right point being if other mayors are doing the exact same thing then maybe. If the you know outside of them, just coming as witnesses, they wanted to actually litigated that in in maybe a separate. Case or court or something with all of them together. I don't know because it seems like this has the. To set some serious precedent moving forward. pan-demic precedent it's public health precedent basically, so it's. It's really interesting to me.
The new gaming trend - Twitch slumber parties
"And young people millennials are making money online from children unboxing toys to make what make up instructions to offerings were from and I can get into here but some of the highest paid online performers are on a platform called twitch if you don't know which which is which is an online site that allows users to watch war broadcast live streaming or pre recorded video of broadcasters video games or game play actually in the Ascot David you got a sack yeah play it so have you ever do you game at all do you play video games no not really I the only games I play I'll play like Matt inner some sports games and then just play as the Seahawks and then I turn up all of the sliders basically down so that I am the best team of all time and it's our lives out my fantasies but that's basically it right well then you're not a candidate for this have you heard of twists yeah definitely okay and have you ever watched anything onto it no no not that I can think of that what really interests me on there yeah and in me either I I'm still a little bit perplexed at the idea that that it is a massively popular so I mean this is millions and millions of people tune in to watch other people play video games but apparently that's not all there watching so twitch brought in some some of the highest paid online performers on a plane our our gamers so it is so mostly what happens is there are there are but few gamers a guy named injured would be it would be example of one they they all show they live cast them playing a game they tend to do a lot of you know smack talk they tend to do a lot of commentary and people get on a by the hundreds of thousands to watch these folks play and consequently because they have so many people watching them they make a tremendous a out of money some of them are making in the neighborhood of of well the rumored that ninja guy who actually moved was paid to move to a new path platform by Microsoft the rumor is that he got paid one hundred million dollars to do that which tells you a little bit of the money he was making on the twitch platform but here's the story what we learned from a great article in wired today is if you set your ambitions a bit lower there's still money to be made and this is welcome to the world you likely don't understand the long long with me twitch sleepers from the story moments before falling asleep on twitch streamer Matthew ms Keith room Renato thought about how unhappy his mom would be if he told her he made money sleeping she thinks I do nothing that real joke to his live yours wait until she finds out I literally slapped and made money he is one of the people who actually puts his own sleeping on livestream and I'm not talking about anything salacious here literally sleeping puts his sleeping on live stream and so you can make money people will pay and I am still completely I mean I guess I'd want to see the checks actually to start believing this but apparently it's true that people will log in online just to watch someone sleeping in real time over the past few weeks streamers have been training the camera on mattresses as a donor does off in the intervening hours you viewers use twitch twitch donation function to gift them small quantities of money is two dollars here five dollars there a couple of streamers referred to them as slumber parties they get paid the S. so will they will wake up sometimes in some cases and these are people not making member five thousand dollars is not a lot compared to the people making millions and millions of dollars on twitch and obviously they're in the minority but if I went to bed and then woke up five thousand dollars richer it would might be money that matter to me and sleep streams along the line of of these folks draw the you know the A. S. Amar videos or there's Japanese cuddle cafes where patrons pay hourly fees to fuel intimacy with someone they've never met twitch the twitch category we're just talking as opposed to gaming has gained huge popularity in part just because thousands of U. S. pay at any given moment just to have some form of social interaction I don't know exactly what this says about us but the lasting appeal of twitch is the interactive element I mean the the what brings fans closer together at least digitally to the objects of their fandom watching a streamer sleep inside so this started actually in an unusual way the gamers who were spending hours and hours and hours on twitch would find that they were that they would at some point like if they're waiting for something to load up or waiting for a new game to begin they would while they left the camera on those off sitting at their computers and they kept donations and then they can actually sell you can buy or you can donate for the right to wake someone up from sleep and I don't know I am this is so perplexing to me I believe that is true I mean wired is obviously a well regarded as a supremely well regarded digital age magazine but the idea that people can make so much money by sleeping or that people are so I don't know starved for interaction that watching somebody not even really interact with them literally tuning in to twitch you can find on I looked them up you can find twitch streams of people sleeping all right and they get on there and they just watch them and in one particular case one of the one of the street one of the donors to particular he's a big fan of one particular girl who likes to who goes to sleep literally just goes to sleep wakes up goes on about her day and he said that's like his favorite thing like Iggy gives him peace of mind when he is he was interviewed in this story it gives him peace of mind to watch somebody else seemingly relax and lose sort of lose their their lose their stress lose their connection with the waking world and into the sleeping world and I'm completely perplexed by I don't actually know what I mean it is so let me ask you David I mean like does this make any sense to you at all now honestly all I can think of is I don't know if you've seen the Truman show with yeah yeah yeah it makes me think of the people who were watching you know he that camera was on him when he was asleep and people just watching for all the sleep and I remember thinking as a kid like why would you be watching that and here we are in in twenty twenty and people are doing that it's very bizarre I do understand to a certain extent feeling relaxed by watching someone sleep but I can also understand that stressing me out if I can't sleep and I'm seeing someone else sleep even more
Hamels throws 7 scoreless, 4 batters hit as Cubs top Rockies
"Cole hamels struck out. Nine batters in seven scoreless. Innings a work also single twice in drove in a couple runs as the cubs beat the Rockies ten to one chorus field in the series finale four batters were hit by pitches, this coming after Kris Bryant was hit three times over the first two games of the series, Rockies no-one Renato was forced to leave with a bruise left arm after hamels hit him in the third innings of things getting a little chippy between the cubs and Rockies out in Denver before the game relievers, Steve see shack, and Brandon Kinzler were playing catch warming up and see. Catching a ball off the shin. He was carted off the field cubs. Calling it a, a
Womens under-representation in disarmament discussions should be key talking point
"Sure that more women take part in arms control talks should be a key priority for all countries. Urine. Researchers said on Thursday after publishing a report showing that female delegates are significantly underrepresented in key discussions about weapons of mass destruction in an interview with Daniel Johnson from UN news. We're not at twin director of the United Nations institute for disarmament research or you, and I are and report author Renata has been delayed. Delacour explain why this traditionally male dominated area has been slow to change. I think it is traditionally perceived as a military oriented domain, it's perceived as a highly technical domain, it's perceived as a demand that you enter for life rather than one form of diplomacy that you may gauge an across the course of your career, but it's also reflects changing notions of thority in diplomacy, and how we understand authority, and that has often been defined as a masculine form. So it's very interesting that you talk about disarmament in that way. Because there is a. Wish from the top of the UN to make sure that disarmament becomes more inclusive and does change and we get out of this deadlock that we've seen in nuclear weapons disarmament negotiations. So how might it help that? When I think there's at least three reasons why more gender diverse participation and help contribute to the reinvigoration of arms control one. I think it enlarges the aperture in widens the set of people that are interested. Key example, the women peace and security agenda is a super active agenda internationally in particularly in the UN. Do they engage in disarmament? No, why don't they engage in every other part of peace and security. Why don't they traditionally it's disarmament has not been on the WPF's agenda, although they're looking at that and increasingly becoming interested in that. And right this year exploring whether they might put it on their agenda. So I think it would widen the scope of the debate and the number of people involved in arms control, it might bring different than diverse perspectives. Questions engagement part of the more diverse forum. You have the more range of. Topics that are brought to the table, and we feel then can invite new ways of thinking and new ways of subject matter. And indeed new ways of negotiating to help advance progress in arms control, I mentioned technology earlier, but how might actually changed things more rapidly. Bring more women into the process of arms control. It's true that the whole idea of new technology innovations and their implications for international security and arms control is an emerging theme on the disarmament agenda and women younger women, perhaps are engaged in this areas and fields and therefore might enter into the arms control formed through discussions, whether on cyber security issues, whether on issues related our Fichman tolerance, whether on issues related to five G, or automation or quantum computing. It must be no should though. And this is receiving a lot of attention internationally that the participation of women in stem science, and technology, engineering and math is actually going down in the last decade rather than going up. So there we need to take action early in proactive action to make sure that women do enter. Into these newer fields, and that it doesn't reinforce the gender disbalance. That's it really. Isn't it? Education. And if we do have this digital gender divide how we going to address these very technical and specialised fields such a disarmament because they are dominated by men. Always have been always will be I don't necessarily agree with that latter. But I do think you're right that investing in education at an early age as critical how women choose the subjects. They do how they're encouraged to look at topics that are technical that are in the area of stem is going to play a critical role internships for women in arms control institutes opportunity to graduate study at school to study these areas really critical to introduce a new generation, and I would say that in arms control for reinvigoration. We have a broader need to bring in a youth participation inclusive of young women in that's fair. Maybe you could just give me a few figures from your latest report into gender diversity in disarmament tickly, the proportion of women participating in arms control in delegations and. Inferences? Well, I think what you see is the average percentage of women in arms control forms is just around thirty percent. Thirty two percent. So that's one third. We're talking more or less in the room. What's interesting is that when it gets to smaller more, restrictive forums that drops even more to around twenty percent. So then it becomes in negotiating forums and smaller forms one fifth of the participants are women. What's really striking is that we see successively more women entering into delegations, but less women at leadership of arms, control delegation. So the leaders of of a process, you're see less and less women and final question regionally speaking, how does the gender diversity manifest itself in delegations from say the African region the Asian region compared to the European and North American. Well, there are many factors that explain the participation of women in diplomacy and women in arms control diplomacy. What I would highlight is that you have relatively high performance of Latin American Caribbean. Women participation in arms control. And there is some correlation between the level of the income status of a country and participation in diplomacy by when you have this report what's going to happen next. So what we're interested is beginning, a broader discussion here in Geneva in New York and elsewhere on. How can we encourage women to participate arms control forms? What that in consists of what that might be involved and then moving forward, how can we look at the impact the so what question and what do gender perspective sprang to arms control, and how does women's participation impact? And you did speak to diplomats who are involved in these arms control discussions, which must be very illuminating. Baby. Could just give me an insight into the willingness among those diplomats to change. I think my colleague Renato would be best placed to answer that question. But what I will say that what we do see is a broader discussion of the challenges of being a woman in a diplomatic. Matic sphere the emphasis that challenges presents to family life imbalance would travel with long hours when engagement the highly technical nature of the exercise that leads lots of women to opt out not feel that they are qualified to be in the room as negotiators. But I think we're seeing only the start of a question what we were struck in our discussions was that it was something that was new for diplomats to think about to. Okay. So I'm following orders now to not Hessman della. You are the author of this report so straight into it. Then the in house discussion that you had to diplomats fascinating of the no names. But what were they saying to you? How willing whether to change it was a difficult conversation because they are not used to discussing gender attributes and how gender attributes may affect their positions. You know, there is this idea that diplomats are leaving messages. And so the gender of the messenger. It's not an important thing. But we know it's not true in personal attributes player over in diplomacy. And so this was a first time for many of them discussing this idea that they are things that are different when you are men or woman represent their country in a certain place or delivering a certain message and in arms control and desire moment. There is this idea that it's a military topic and women don't have military training. What we see is women being added as third or fourth person in the delegation. So they don't get to speak. They don't get to lead. They have fewer ten cents to influence the outcomes. So our goal now is to actually draw attention to going beyond in America presentation. We are still under-represented, but we also need to discuss why do we have forty percent of women participating in the conference on desire moment. And sometimes you attend a session, and you don't hear one single, women speaking. So these are the issues that we want to tackle. And I think that's what's important moving forward from this report.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?
"Van jealou- Kohl's more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic church was they want to take a more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely. Evangelical have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the evangelical priests in their churches, especially those of the biggest searches in in Brazil, such as the universal church of God, the vision of cell to Hainault deals led by Juma. Do it. You must see a do also owns a very large devestation in Brazil called record TV. And he hasn't been extremely vocal. But he has given some public comments supporting Jibal so narrow the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now, the president of Brazil, and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves are quite discreet. Or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite suppo-. Live off. What is currently the far right movement in Brazil, the sort of tough on crime conservative in social terms. So this is a very strong movement in Brazil, and a majority of the oven Jellicoe showed support for valuable so Naro by some pulse. Seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted for ball Shara. What's your sense of which way round the horse in the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Vizcaya Bolsonaro because they think he's the guy. Always I also narrow going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's their guy. So the interesting thing is that Djabel sano is not an Jellicoe. He doesn't follow innovate Jelica religion, his Catholic. However, his wife is even Jellicoe, and he has demonstrated several policy positions and brother philosophical points that are very aligned with even Jellicoe concern. So for instance, the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to jerus-. Elim he stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that. However, it was a point that is widely supported by even Jellico is because of their belief that the Jews should return to resume and rebuild the temple. So that the second coming of Christ would come. It's a belief that is very widespread and even Jellico community, at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the past and to some extent in the present will sonata stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that even Jellicoe stink is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. So these points if Jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned there are some voices in the Jellico community that worry about the long term implications of this for the oven Jellicoe movement as a whole for its future because at the same time. That there are very comfortable alliances of positions between both scenario and the oven Jellicoe, both Renato also state some points that are quite violent and points regarding public security such as shooting to kill criminals, supporting torture of criminals, all suspected criminals, and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men, which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily even Jellicoe. So it's not a complete harmony of thoughts. But so far the social conservatives mobile on auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned is it a challenge for president Bolsonaro any Brazilian politician to try to manage the the expectations the hopes and the energies of of both the van calls, and the Catholic church are there points of difference between the Natale I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the politic. Support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazilian population. So the reason why this balance between even Jellicoe sin Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years is that the Jellicoe movement has been quite divided politically. Whereas the Catholic church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved, but in a very fragmented way. So they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil is a country with around thirty parties represented in congress, and it is very fragmented. And there are von Jellicoe, you know, in many many parties, the Workers Party that is now the main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon arrow in his right-wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the evangelical during Duma Rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some Paul. Proposals to provide sexual education gender decay shin schools because of even Jellicoe influence in true, Brazilian, political fashion. Diva Jellicoe movement has been quite versatile and adaptive in aligning itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and try to block some of the moves there against its philosophy. And its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues, abortion, gay, marriage, sexual education schools and things like that. So just as a final thought, then if as does seem to be the case Brazilian politics has become more conservative at least if we think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current president Daud extent is that being driven by religious faith. Whether it is the more, traditional Catholic, faith or the new and in a jetty evangelical faith, I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservative. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is
San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition
The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The latest must have bay area accessories. Respirators and air purifiers by Malir Russell, David Jair kiss trek to his job at Williams Sonoma in San Francisco on Monday sporting and excessively that's in high demand a respirator. He shared a selfie to Instagram captioning. The photo the new normal for walking to work as firefighters may gains on the campfire the wildfire in Butte county people in the bay area. Continued early in the week to deal with poor air quality caused by smoke drifting in from the inferno that nearly wiped out the town of paradise one hundred seventy five miles from San Francisco, though, public health officials continue to urge residents to stay indoors and orange unhealthy. Air alert went out Monday that hasn't stopped people from lining up at hardware stores to get their hands on industrial gray. Facemasks which offer some defense against toxic chemicals and gases, particularly popular are and ninety five particular respirators a mask and filter combination that fits over the face and blocks at least ninety five percent of very small particles in the smoky air, which health officials recommend over disposable face masks, that offer little protection fine articles blowing in from the wildfire can collect in the body to cause persistent, coughing difficulty breathing and reductions in lung function, according to the California Department of public health hardware stores started selling out of masks Friday when residents woke to hazy orange skies and the smell of smoke Renato. Goose Lonnie junior manager of the coal hardware store on fourth street said people in San Francisco freely spend on days like that. They can see if they can smell it. Guess Lonnie said the same thing happened during the wine country. Fires in October twenty seventeen Cole made a dedicated line for mask shoppers. So it could ring up other customers quickly as it did in two thousand seventeen the store has sold out twice since Friday, sending employee's to restock at an ace hardware distribution hob in Rockland over the weekend. Virginia carpenter owner of an ace hardware store. In Berkeley, said she answers calls every few minutes from people looking for face masks. They were back in stock Monday after her son James also in as employees left Sunday morning to pick up thousands of masks and some air purifiers from the Rockland warehouse after unloading his SUV, he went on to work a shift at the cash register. He was overwhelmed by words of thanks from customers. Carpenter said, some shoppers are going online three m accompany best known for its scotch tape and post it notes has three different varieties. Have masks or respirators on Amazon's industrial and scientific bestsellers list. The most popular is in an ninety five model. A box of ten sells for sixteen dollars twenty five cents. Kristen curry who lives in Chico spent the weekend shuttling back and forth to buy masks and other goods in the bay area to take back home her cousin's house burned in the blaze, some of her close friends and colleagues lost parents other relatives and pets curry said she wanted to contribute in some small way. She'd heard that the hardware stores near Chico were selling out of masks as quickly as they could stock them rationing supplies to one box per person curry drove Friday to the bay area to stay with her mom together. They bought out masks from two local hardware stores spending about two hundred dollars. Curry folded down the seats of her Honda element to make room for roughly two hundred twenty masks, new clothing, ensued. Cases and drove north barely able to see out the back. She donated the goods to neighborhood churches, and the Red Cross most of her friends had procured masks by then my intention was to donate as many as I could to the victims paradise. Of course, didn't have any curry said whether or not I could afford it. I was going to figure it out where there's a consumer need. There's a startup and San Francisco has one that's drawn a measure of controversy molecule sells seven hundred ninety nine dollar air purifier that it claims destroys air pollutants as opposed to just trapping them with a fine mesh filter as traditional purifiers do J arou- a co founder and the chief operating officer said the company has seen sales tick up since Thursday when the campfire erupted and began offering same day delivery in San Francisco to meet demand. Some people criticized the startup in tweets and face. Book comments for pricing. It's device. Ohi others called on molecule, which is spelled M O L E K U L E to donate devices to schools and evacuation centers. Everyone is talking about how great molecule is today. Jake Chapman, a tech investor said and a tweet that's great. But can we also talk about how horrifying it is that climate change makes it so only people with a spare eight hundred dollars can afford safe air for themselves and their children Jiao said molecule employee's delivered donated units to the Red Cross evacuation center at the Butte county fairgrounds over the weekend. They're working to get more units out to fire houses and relief groups this week as molecule did during the wine country fires molecule asked its employees to come into the office over the weekend to help with surging demand without blinking. The team showed up rows said dozens of schools across sonoma's yolo. Boot contra Costa and other counties in the area of the smoke trail from the campfire were closed most school districts in the bay area remained open local administrators make the decision based on air quality reports and conditions in their local communities when air-quality drops to unhealthy levels. San Francisco unified school district limits time spent outdoors and closely watches students with asthma and other health conditions. According to gentle Blyth, a deputy superintendent most public schools as well as many private schools were closed Monday for Veterans Day severance, Iskoe chronicle staff writer, Jill Tucker, contributed to this report.
First Morning News
Brawl breaks out in Seattle Mariners' clubhouse
"Just on a horrible day for the Seattle Mariners. They lost the Orioles tonight five to three Baltimore fifteen hits. Alex Cobb beat Adam Warren, Michael givens got to save Renato Nunez. The Homer for the Orioles Robinson canot for Seattle. Baltimore gets their forty first win there. Now, forty one and ninety eight while the Mariners are nineteen and twenty three since the all-star break there's still five and a half behind Oakland for the second wildcard spot in the American League and are having issues inside their clubhouse before the game. Dee Gordon told reporters to leave the locker room. So that team could have a fight evidently as there was a Donnybrook inside the Mariners clubhouse. There were reports of the doors being burst open by players trying to break up. The fight. No word yet who was involved, although there are some rumors out there. But no official reporting being done on who was fighting who inside the Mariners clubhouse, Scott service. The Mariners manager downplayed it says hasn't seen a season in baseball with that has not happened. So everything's fine. Don't worry about it in Seattle.
Turkey tries to contain crisis but currency keeps falling
"Moment of perspective on the currency crisis in Turkey. I'm David Brancaccio in New York. The Turkish currency is down seven percent of the moment down about forty percent. This month prompting new emergency measures to write that ship. The president of Turkey today predicted the lira would soon settle at a sustainable level, but he denounced what he called economic traders. Not traders DNA knee, but traiteurs with t. n. o. as intrigues as people who talked down the Turkish economy
24 Hour News
After woman's death, police cite "high dose" of nerve agent
"And dodgers left fielder matt kemp who makes his return to the all star game for the first time since twenty twelve braves first baseman freddie freeman had the most national league votes over four million catcher wilson contrasts and second baseman heavier by is will represent the cubs will giant shortstop brandon crawford and rockies third baseman nolan renato round out the national league starting lineup i'm danny cap a woman has now died in britain after coming in contact with a deadly nerve agent ap's charles de la desma reports police say they believe the latest victims must have had close contact with the toxin british police say they believe the latest victims of poisoning the nerve agent chuck must have handled the materials container assistant commissioner neil basu says the death of dolan sturgis on sunday shows that she and her partner johnny rowley were exposed to a high dose of the military grade nerve agent the working theory is that exposure is linked to the earlier novacek attack in march on x russian spy circe scruple and he's you're best says the searches focusing on stugotz's and rallies homes and a park in salisbury really remains in critical condition in the city hospital charles de la desma london hi i'm megan crane ap digital manager.