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"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I can tell you that I had a very close Encounter where I thought I was going to die. Um And you have all of those thoughts. Um Where you know, at the end of your life. She's saying that, as they say sometimes When you're About to die. You think you're about to die? Your entire life flashes before you and And she remembered her days dancing on the rooftop of the dorm and BU For the time when she was frightened by the garbage disposal. In her new apartment, or when she picked up her French bulldog puppy. If yelp of these men or just this a man just one man going, Where is she? Where is she? I start to look through the door hinge. To see if I can see anything. And there's like a door here and another door here, so I'm like, I'm like trying to look through due to door hinges. On. Do I look through this door hinge. And I see this white man in a black white man. White man. White man. He looked like my father. No, Maybe he didn't Maybe look different than your father. I'll say Then she says, we were all this is her tweet after after the story started circulating that she was in a different building than them where the protests or whatever you wanna call him were taking place. We were all on the Capitol complex. The attacks. The attack just wasn't on the dome. The bombs trump supporters planted surrounded our offices, too. Now This raises an interesting point. I don't believe they've identified who planted the bombs that they The last I saw they were putting out surveillance photos and they had no idea who planted the bombs. The bombs were also planted it at Republican National Committee headquarters as well as Democratic National Committee headquarters. So how? How is she jumping to the conclusion that Trump supporters planted the bombs? 844 542 42 people were trying to rush and infiltrate our office buildings. That's why we had to get evacuated in the first place. Did he not say that he was Capitol police on purpose. Did he lose himself in that moment? Did he make? Did he tell us? Did he not give us the extraction point.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Afternoon high of 68. Tonight's load 38 right now, Sunshine 39 degrees a 31 at news radio 1200 w O A. I Well. The Senate is in no rush to consider the article of impeachment against President Trump. Despite pressure from president elect Joe Biden, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there's no chance of affair. Serious trial before President Trump Leaves office. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is against holding a trial of a former president telling Fox's Hannity that's enough unconfident Tuchel attack on the presidency. It will divide the country. It will incite violence. President Biden says he hopes Senate leadership will find a way to deal with their constitutional responsibilities on impeachment while also working on the other URGENT business of the nation. Some 20,000 National Guard troops are amassing in the nation's capital after last week's Bryant and in advance of the presidential inauguration. Major points of interest here in Washington, D C, including the Capitol Building and the White House have been completely encircled by a multi agency security cooperative. That is right, frankly, really something to see Now This is all happening in preparation of next week's inauguration here and the nation's capital, and in theory, it's preparation to ward off any potential disruption efforts. My groups looking to spark violence here. In fact, National Guard troops have been briefed on the potential for additional I e D threats now that, of course, coming in the wake of explosive devices being found in the city last week, two pipe bombs were found last Wednesday, one in front of the Republican National Committee headquarters, the other in front of the Democratic National Committee. Investigators are still trying to find out who was responsible for them. Authorities have identified around 170 people in connection to the riots. But there are thousands to G O. The FAA says unruly airline passengers won't be getting a warning. Any passenger who disrupts our threatens a flight could be fined as much as $35,000 or possibly go to jail. The policy is in response to a string of disruptive behavior leading up to and after last week's Capitol attack, the new rules are enforced through March, 30th Republicans in the Texas Senate passed a rule change to make it virtually impossible for the Democrats to block any of their bills. It used to take the approval of 19 of the 31 members of the Texas Senate just to bring a bill up for debate. Now there, there are only 18 Republicans in the Texas Senate. They lowered the threshold. 18 Senator Bryan Hughes, author the resolution. It will not guarantee every Republican bill passes, but it will make it Easier make it harder to block legislation that has strong support. All 13 Democrats and the Texas Senate voted against the rule change. U. S Space Command headquarters is coming to San Antonio. After all, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced that the Air Force has picked the Army's Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville is the headquarters Space Command is currently housed at Peterson Air Force Base in southern Colorado. San Antonio. It also competed with locations in Nebraska for Space Command's permanent location, which is expected to open in 2026 Girl from Del Rio may have deliberately exposed to San Antonio concert audience to coronavirus. Val Verde County Judge Louis Owens took to Facebook to single out the teen who attended the Cody Johnson concert at Cowboys dancehall last weekend. Pictures of attending.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The past year. Made so difficult because of covert 19. We have seen political violence spiral out of control. We have seen too many riots. Too many mobs, too many acts of intimidation and destruction. It must stop. The president said America is a nation of laws and that there is no justification for violence not for Republicans and not for Democrats. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says it was the right decision to ban the president from social media that social media platform In a long series of tweets Wednesday, Dorsey said that the official harm posed by Trump's tweets drove the company to ban the president. He added, though, that he does not celebrate or feel pride and having to ban Trump and insisted the Internet should not be controlled by any one individual or corporation. Trump was banned from Twitter following last week's riots at the capital for what Twitter called a pattern of behavior that persistently violated. It's rules. Some 20,000 National Guard troops amassing in the nation's capital after last week's rioting and in advance of the inauguration, major points of interest here in Washington, D C, including the Capitol building and the White House have been completely encircled. By a multi agency security cooperative. That is right, frankly, really something to see. Now This is all happening and preparation of next week's inauguration here and the nation's capital, and in theory, it's preparation to ward off any potential disruption efforts by groups looking to spark violence here. In fact, National Guard troops have been briefed on the potential for additional E D threats now that, of course, coming in the wake of explosive devices being found in the city last week. Two pipe bombs were found last Wednesday, one in front of Republican National Committee headquarters, the other in front of the Democratic National Committee. Well in his first date of the city address, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria says he is committed to building our economy back to what it was before the pandemic hit. Mayor Gloria says the state of our city is fragile right now. But he's optimistic for a brighter future because San Diegans air strong the mayor thanking our frontline workers, but says the fight against the virus is far from over. We can show them our gratitude. By avoiding large gatherings, wearing our masks and staying home as much as possible. We must continue to abide by the public health orders and we must do this to protect people and our economy. Mayor Gloria says he's considering more options for vaccine Supercenters like the one at Petco Park. He's also proposing an extension to the eviction moratorium and plans to work with the City Council to expand similar protections for small businesses..
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News radio 40 degrees in Boston at four o'clock that afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers and here's what's happening. Tomorrow on Capitol Hill, House Democrats plan to act on plans Moving to impeach the president for enticing and Sigur action That's his 10 Days until the inauguration of a new president. President here CBS is Tom Hanson. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to Leslie Stall for this Sunday 60 minutes, but sadly, the person's running executive branch It is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous. President of the United States. The draft article of impeachment incitement of insurrection, alleges President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. 60 Minutes will air on WBZ News radio at seven this evening. One of the authors of the articles of impeachment is Rhode Island. Rep. David Sis Illini, Trump would be the first president to be impeached twice. Some Republicans have been calling for President Trump to be removed from office. Many do not support it, Republican Senator Roy Blunt from Missouri says the president's actions were clearly reckless, but we should be thinking more about the first day of the next presidency than the last day of this one. Meantime, investigation continues into the assault that launched these proceedings Wednesday siege by pro Trump writers at the Capitol. More arrests have been made. The FBI still doesn't know who set the pipe bombs found nearby during the violence. CBS is Catherine Herridge reports two viable 12 inch metal pipe bomb. Found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The pipe bomb was designed to kill her main Scott sweet toe is a former a TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly if it's made Out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with these two devices. Ah law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS shows both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. So far, prosecutors have filed more than a dozen cases in federal District Court and dozens more in D. C. Superior Court. The new round of stimulus checks rolls out. The iris is changing tactics after many Americans accidentally tossed their checks with the junk mail in the last round of relief, Direst says it's mailing eight million prepaid visa debit cards loaded with a federal stimulus payment, advising people to keep an eye open for the envelopes if the funds are not directly deposited in their bank accounts. Tax agency also says it's changed the envelopes to make it more evident that they include this $600 check it fellows what happened last spring, when some discarded their prepaid debit cards loaded with the first round of stimulus money because the envelopes were not clearly marked as coming from the I. R S or Treasury Department, the latest gradually mailed in a white envelope with a label that displays.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Degrees in Boston at two o'clock that afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. Here's what's happening. Tomorrow on Capitol Hill. House Democrats plan to act to impeach the president for inciting insurrection 10 Days until the inauguration of a new president here. CBS is Tom Hanson, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to Leslie Stall for this Sunday's 60 minutes. Well, sadly, the person's running exactly the branch. It is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous. President of the United States. The draft article of impeachment incitement of insurrection, alleges President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. 60 minutes, will air on WBC news radio at seven this evening. One of the authors of the article of Impeachment is Rhode Island. Rep. David Sis Illini, Trump would be the first president to be impeached twice. Meantime, investigation continues into the assault that launched these proceedings Wednesday siege by pro Trump writers at the Capitol. More arrests have been made, and the FBI still doesn't know who said the pipe bombs found nearby during the violence. CBS is Katherine Harris report. Two viable 12 inch metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The pipe bomb is designed to killer made Scott Sweet Chou is a former A TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly if it's made Out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with these two devices. Ah law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS shows both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. So far, prosecutors have filed more than a dozen cases and federal District Court and dozens more in D. C. Superior Court. 202 was a new round of stimulus checks rules out the Iris is changing tactics after many Americans accidentally tossed their checks in with the junk mail in the last round of relief, the IRA says it's mailing eight million prepaid visa debit cards loaded with a federal stimulus payment, advising people to keep an eye open for the envelopes of the funds are not directly deposited in their bank accounts. Tax agency also says it's changed the envelopes to make it more evident that they include this $600 check it fellows what happened last spring, when some discarded their prepaid debit cards loaded with the first round of stimulus money because the envelopes were not clearly marked as coming from the I. R S or Treasury Department, the latest gradually mailed in a white envelope with a label that displays the Treasury seal. That Piper CBS News on East Bridgewater Man hospitalized and without a home after a fire yesterday evening, the Fire Department says the 69 year old man suffered burns when flames engulfed his home on Chestnut Street. Thankfully, his injuries are not believed to be life threatening. The fire broke out. It were after 5 P.m. and took around an hour to put out East Bridgewater Fire chief Timoney Heart, Timothy Hardened, said the fire Are the house was determined to be a total loss. Coming up a long time. Boston police figure maybe exploring a run for mayor. It's to a three time for traffic and weather together. This is super retailers knowing when all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How's it looking out there? Hey, good afternoon. Medicine up. We have one back up on the expressway cell phone still still heavy before and after Furnace for Parkway Expressway North found no issues. Quincy, a past Mass Avenue, three. Still slow with that Union Street exit in Braintree on the South bound side. 24 95 good top to bottom. Or anyone 28 93 find beyond Braintree 2 95 clear through Needham and Newton. More 95 doing well. Middleborough up past Milford, A dump North Hopper under 1 28 North and South found no delays between Waltham and Gloucester. One looks good Chelsea to Lynnfield Roots. 3 93 95 New Hampshire roots are free and good to go to and from the state line. David's droney WBC's traffic on.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tonight. 12 noon Good afternoon to you and Tina Gal. And here's what's happening. A rally getting underway and mold in this hour against a violent attack. The U. S Capitol this week. WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville joins us now live with the latest. Hi, Suzanne. Hi, Tina. A group called our Revolution. Maldon organized this rally outside City Hall against what? They're calling the attempted coup at the Capitol. They're just setting up now. But police Chief Kevin Moelis tells me he expects a peaceful crowd. I would think maybe 50 or so, but I'm hoping But in the spirit of freedom that people choose to come choose toe. Listen, choose to learn, choose to be engaged. And understand that viewpoints expressed for people to digest. To assess and to respect About a couple dozen people here now, But there are several Mauldin police officers and bomb sniffing dogs. The police tell me that's perfectly normal for any kind of rally or protest in Maldon. At Maldon City Hall. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio. More and more lawmakers are now calling for President Trump to be removed from office following Wednesday's violent attack at the U. S. Capitol. Some House Democrats are said to introduce articles of impeachment tomorrow. One of the authors is Rhode Island, Congressman David says Cellini. Let's find out more from CBS is Tom Photo at Tom Hansen spoke to Leslie Stall for this Sunday's 60 minutes. Well, sadly, the person's running executive branch It is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous president of the United States. The draft article of impeachment incitement of insurrection, alleges President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. Again. There was CBS of Tom Hansen reporting. Meanwhile, Mr Trump will be the first president to be impeached twice. Maura arrests made in connection with a violent assault on the U. S Capital on Wednesday. CBS is Catherine Herridge. Reports on the investigation on explosive devices found nearby, Two viable 12 inch metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The pipe bomb was designed to kill her main Scott sweet toe is a former A TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly It's made out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with these two devices. Ah law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS shows both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. And so far, prosecutors have filed more than a dozen cases in federal District Court and dozens more in the D. C. Superior Court, Mayor Marty Walsh said to make his last state of the city address, more details coming up for you in just about two minutes. Right here on WBC news radio back to the roads and highways Right now it is 12 03 traffic and weather together, starting with a Subaru. Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What do you see David? See some brake lights west of the city. Tina 3 95 North on hits the brakes after Sutton Knave Exit four Ah! Crash before Depot Road has had only the breakdown waiting on Lee The breakdown lane getting by close to 10 minutes to get through that back up, but the road's just been reopened. So we expect that to begin to flush right out crash being cleared from the left lane of route to westbound as well at route 1 90 that should be letting loose is well and it crashed being checked on the pike West bound by the Westboro Service Plaza. Eastbound on the pike. There's a vehicle with two flat tires after Route. 1 22 south of the city of Vehicle blew out a tire or two on 24 north after route 1 23 in Brockton, a tap on the brakes getting by that beyond that, though, on the lower end of 93, that's fine. It's okay to and from the expressway Expressway in great shape, and everything around downtown looks.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Was, as you had rioters pushing against capital police trying to get into the building. He was delighted Extremists are planning another proposed attack on Washington and state capitals on January 17th this morning, Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey said he thinks President Trump should resign. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski was the first Republican Call for the president's resignation. CBS News has learned. A couple of pipe bombs found Wednesday could have exploded. Correspondent Catherine Herridge chu pipe bombs found at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. It takes quite a bit of time to manufacture devices like these. It's not something that you're just going to throw together in a few minutes in your garage more than 100. People have been arrested so far after the attack. Former U US Attorney Harry Lippman runs down the charges they could face as well as potentially the president himself. We're talking about a really serious serious of charges up to and including terrorist charges, murder, How can you go after them and throw the book at them without also really zeroing in on the instigator? After all, the president The slow rollout of Corona virus vaccines is frustrating. Many Florida residents. Wfor TV is Jessica Vallejo reports from Miami. The faster online as hundreds waited to get through vaccination. Horrible. They don't know what they're doing. Miami Dade Fire Rescue tweeted. Please be patient as we work to get everyone vaccinated as quickly as possible over at the hard rock stadium. It was also going slow for some. Ah 1000 appointments have been made a day. For next week. 22 million doses have been distributed so far. This is CBS News. CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest, calm to Seattle police officers who were in Washington D. C during last week's riot at the U. S Capital have been placed on administrative leave. Viral radios. Chris Martin reports. Interim Police chief Adrian Diaz said on Friday night that the SPD supports all lawful expressions of freedom of speech, but that if any officers were directly involved in the insurrection of the U. S Capitol, I will immediately terminate them. A picture was posted on social Media. The two officers at the rally in D. C. Seattle's Office of Police Accountability is investigating whether any police department policies were broken. Here, Dirk and issued a statement supporting the investigation. Even as covert rages across the country. Many are asking what happened to the flu. Somehow we decided to shoot the flu. I don't know that we did it on purpose. I'm not sure we could take credit for it. It's one of the great mysteries of public health and epidemiology is where is the influenza? U dub medicines, Dr Paul Pottenger tells Cairo seven TV flew numbers are low, not just in Washington state but the whole country, he says. Part of the reason is the record number of people who got the flu shot early last year. Health officials say by wearing a mask, social distancing and washing. Our hands were fighting off Both Cove it and the flu. The season is over for the Seahawks didn't plan on getting knocked out way. We're playing finding a way to win this football game all the way up until you know you know how we are all the way down the stretch to we weren't able to do it and they they had their game. Head coach Pete Carroll says. Saturday's game was a gut punch rift. Find place to put that we gotta get back to Eventually we'll get back to the mentality of getting ready for the next next go around the Hawks lost to the Rams 30 to 20 on.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of President Trump gathered in Minneapolis Saturday for a stop The steel protest way won't Donald Trump to resign while anti trump demonstrators rallied in front of Chicago's Trump Tower in New York's Times Square and in a handful of other cities as Washington D. C. Prepares for President elect Joe Biden's January 20th inauguration, security is being tighten around the city with less than two weeks before President Trump leaves the White House. Congressional Democrats are preparing to bring articles of impeachment against him as early as Monday. How about that? House Speaker Nancy Pelosi updated her fellow House Democrats. In a Saturday night letter. The speaker said that she'll be proceeding with meetings with members and constitutional experts and others and urged House Democrats to be prepared to return to Washington this week. Maybe I says Rebecca Kaplan on the police front. There have been arrests from West Virginia to Hawaii. Of people seen or showing off on videos and pictures of the attempt to take over the capital to keep Congress from confirming Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump and correspondent Catherine Herridge reports you viable 12 inch metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. And tonight, Apple and Amazon are suspending service to the unmotivated social network parlor. That is where President Trump and some of his followers have been trying to communicate after Twitter permanently banned Mr Trump with Facebook and Google him also moving to block what they consider encouragement of violence about the covert pandemic. Asian why the vaccine rollout can't come fast enough for weary front light workers. Marnie Pomeroy is a pediatric audiologist in Kentucky. The anxiety.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WTOP
"Say Trump gets out now in the name of humanity. He refused to accept the Fascist America. Nation of New York. Congressional agree representative Hakeem Jeffries. The insurrection that was violently perpetrated by enemy combatants and sedition ists was an attempt to halt a constitutional process and overthrow the government. Has more riders are arrested for the assault on the U. S. Capitol. Federal agents investigate their intentions. CBS is Katherine Harris reports, a senior law enforcement official tells CBS News investigators are focusing on potential motives and why some individuals brought weapons and zip ties that can function as plastic handcuffs. To metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democrat and Republican National Committee headquarters are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The president has been banned from Twitter for life more from CBS is Paula Read, the president responded, using an official at POTUS account Tweeting a lengthy statement where he declared We will not be silenced. Twitter swiftly deleted those tweets and said Further use of that account will be limited. New Jersey expands its vaccination sites as health care workers received the second dose of the covert 19 vaccine in New Jersey. I shall like it's an extra coat of armor, you know, Having that second vaccine first responders started lining up for their new line of protection. This old Sears in Rockaway was repurposed for the pandemic has one of the state's six vaccination mega sites, which will Eventually be a place for the general public to get its shots. But state health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly admits there's a long way to go. We're just about a 36% of the available doses being actually administered into the arm. WCBS TV is Jessica Layton and airline tells over a dozen passengers to choose another airline. Next time Alaska Airlines has banned 14 people from future travel after it says they were rowdy, argumentative and refused to wear masks on flight. 10 80. Five from Washington Dulles to Seattle on Thursday night. The airline calls it unacceptable and says it has apologized to guests who were made uncomfortable. It also says to date it has banned over 300 passengers for violating its mask policy since it went into effect last August. Jennifer Keiper CBS News in Indonesia, Debris found by fishermen has been examined to see if it's from a plane that lost contact with air traffic controllers minutes after taking off from the capital. Boeing 7 37 500 was carrying 62 people. The domestic flight was on its way from Jakarta to Indonesia's Borneo island. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p AP 703.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Impacts. That could change, though with the track and timing of the upper level low will continue to watch that through the weekend. Right now I w b a p. 44 degrees. Fall out continues in the wake of the insurrection in Washington, D. C this week when a mob of President Trump's supporters stormed the capital is Congress certified President elect Joe Biden's victory correspondent David Sponte has more from people of interest authorities want to talk to. They want to hear from Jake and Jelly. I'm told he's a Cuban on conspiracy theorist who lives in Arizona and jelly broke into the Senate chamber at one point sat and the day is chair or vice President Mike Pence, sat just minutes before. Then there's Richard Barnett to Trump supporter from Arkansas who had a personal vendetta against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. So much, So he broke into her office and left this message. It said, quote. We will not back down. Authorities are asking for help to identify dozens of these people. You're also seeking information into suspects who plan to two pipe bombs outside the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters. Officers also arrested a man with the military rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails at the riot. State representative Chris Turner of Grand Prairie is asking the Texas Legislature to investigate Texas attorney General Can Paxton. He says Paxton played a role in this week's deadly breach of the Capitol building. It's really two things. It is. His presence in Washington is definitely part of what we need to look at. But also it Z the filing of the fraudulent lawsuit a few weeks ago that really helped to fan the flames and smoke at a stop the steel rally in D. C. Ahead of the breach, Turner says the Legislature could cut the attorney general's budget or Try to impeach him. Taking a look at the early numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was up 62 points. NASDAQ Up 94 points on the S and P 500 up 17 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update a, said. 9 24 7. Coverage at W B A. P e com Oh,.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Stitching if you ever have bangs. Uh, seven or seven and listen, We're so glad you're here on the tide of done show and listen, the FBI, the Department of Justice they're now seeking, uh, well, some help it, you know, identifying those folks that storm the U. S Capitol. Some people of interest authorities want to talk to. They want to hear from Jake and jelly. I'm told he's a Q and on conspiracy theorist who lives in Arizona and jelly broke into the Senate chamber at one point sat and the day is chair where Vice President Mike Pence, sat just minutes before. Then there's Richard Barnett to Trump supporter from Arkansas who had a personal vendetta against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. So much, So he broke into her office and left this message. It said quote. We will not back down. Authorities are asking for help to identify dozens of these people. That capital is equipped with facial recognition technology. I'm told names are already being matched with faces. There was another man hanging from the House chamber, and he said that he just got caught up in the moment. Yeah, that's it. They say they did find two pipe bombs. Yeah, outside outside the Democrat and one outside the Republican National Committee headquarters, as well as a cooler with Molotov cocktails. They also arrested a man with a military rifle in 11. Molotov cocktails. Now what? We'll want to find out who these people are. Exactly. Once we determine you know this. This person had a long rifle in in the Molotov cocktails. Well, we'll know exactly who they are, and in a matter of days and then I'll tell a better picture. So exactly what went down lets Trump supporters. You know, I have well ast you say we'll find out exactly but it gives me pause is for us if they were even you have doubts. I have tried seriously doubt. No, no. Hang on A second. Ther is a portion of the right that is very angry. They feel that this country is being stolen from them and they're prepared to get violence. So don't be surprised if there is a portion of the right That is ready for bloodshed. That's the scary side to me. I know what you're saying, No. Which there's no doubt that these were were extremists on and we've got him on both sides. I'm just saying, though, among that group that whole group that was really doing the damage. And then you had some that were just in there wondering around like they were tourists and taking Selfies. It's like, Oh, the door's open. Let's go in. Ah, you had them, But I think among that group that was really doing damage. I think you had trump supporters. Then I think you had some that got caught up in the moment and we're just maybe seven. Just you know what crazy the hype of the moment? Yeah. I think you're just gonna have a hodgepodge in there. Some that might have not known where they were. You know who knows? But but, uh no, I I understand what you're saying. Just because they're Molotov cocktails doesn't automatically mean that they're not trump support your I got your baby is 17 here on the tide of Don show Some high ranking Capitol security officials will lose their jobs after the events this week. House sergeant of the arms Paul Irving, he resigned from the post Senator Chuck Schumer, says Senate sergeant Arms Mike stinker. It will also be fired once Democrats take control of the chamber later this month. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is also called for the Capitol Police chief Steven Son to resign as well. They're not happy with the way things went down this week. They say, they say that they weren't prepared. Well, listen, there's a lot of talk that they did have that you know the authorities that anybody the police National Guard who everyone look at, had heads up that there could be this kind of activity going on and that they basically ignored it. Was one of the things from this week that I'm concerned about. It has to do with the U. S flag That was it was used by those on the right as they're having that rally for the president. Because they're in the reason I'm concerned about it is I mean, I love the flag fly the flag of my house constantly properly, But the left will now start to say that that Is an image of hate. They will start to do that that was already going on was already going to be more emboldened there gonna be more emboldened to do it, and I strongly believe in the next four years there will be someone that files legislation. It may not get far. But someone will file legislation to change the flag that mean Oh flag, the tide and don show.
"republican national committee headquarters" Discussed on WJR 760
"Harris and 2 32 for President Trump and Mike Pence and the president did issue a statement. President Trump has issued a statement about the electoral results you know. Earlier in the day on Wednesday, he said that he would never concede during that rather raucous rally. Hold on the Ellipse near the White House, and here's the statement from tonight, he says, quote even though I totally disagree with the outcome of the election, and the facts, bear me out. Nevertheless, there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. And once again that it's boxes Chad program reporting one woman shot and killed Wednesday. Three more people are reported to have died from medical emergencies during the melee at the Capitol. And police say several officers were injured and all this. Here's Fox is Joe made A with that part of the story, at least. 14 D C. Police officers were injured as they tried to help control crowds of Trump supporters on Capitol Hill Acting police chief Robert Conte, It was clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm to our officers, by the point chemical irritants on police. No forced entry into the United States Capitol building. The cops say two pipe bombs were found one at Republican National Committee headquarters and another at the building housing the Democratic National Committee. They also found a stash of Molotov cocktails on the Capitol grounds in Washington, Jill NATO, Fox News and four White House officials handing in their resignations following yesterday's violence. According to Bloomberg National Deputy National Security Advisor Matt Pottenger resigned the first lady's chief of staff Stephanie Grisham, White House Special Secretary Social Secretary Ricky Lisetta, and the deputy press secretary Sarah Mathews, all quitting their jobs. Yesterday, the state of Michigan will enter into a new phase of covert vaccine distribution beginning next week. State's chief of health executive Doctor Jin, a Cal dune talking about this new order By January, 11th local health departments may start vaccinating anyone over the age of 65, as well as some frontline workers. And when we're talking about frontline workers, Thies, our first responders, Federal employees jail in prison staff also pre K through 12 grade teachers will be included. Michigan has been distributing Vaccine since mid December, But it has been a slow process. Checking the world markets this morning. China is up. Nikkei up London is down The Dow Futures are up this hour. Four WJR news. I'm Marie Osborne. We have Maura with Paul W. Smith coming your way in just a moment. Shop. New looks for the New year at.
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"Matthews, Joe Biden and Comma. Harris will be the president and the vice president, according to the ballots that have been given to us Senator Amy Klobuchar reporting out the results is the long days. Counting of electoral votes came to an end at 3 45 this morning, President Trump released a statement a short time later saying, quote while I totally disagree with the outcome of the election, and the facts bear me out. Nevertheless, there will be an orderly transition. Four people died during yesterday's violent attacks that the capital, including a San Diego woman, who was shot by a Capitol police officer after she broke into the building, and three others died of a medical emergencies. Several pull These officers injured as well. At least 14 D C. Police officers were injured as they tried to help control crowds of Trump supporters on Capitol Hill Acting police chief Robert Conte, it was clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm throughout officers by the point chemical irritants on police. No forced entry into the United States Capitol building, The cops say two pipe bombs were found one at Republican National Committee headquarters and another at the building housing the Democratic National Committee. They also found a stash of Molotov cocktails on the Capitol grounds till NATO fox News. It may well be spring before most Prince William County school students can return to the classroom. They had been on track to all return for hybrid learning by early next month, But rising covert rates have school officials now proposing to keep Forth through 12th graders home until late April. 2nd and third graders would return to class next week is planned. A meeting will be held next week to make a decision on the proposal. Checking your money. The Dow futures up 65 points at this hour. The NASDAQ futures up 72 in Sports Bradley Beal tide of Wizards record by scoring 60 points, but it wasn't enough is they fall to the Sixers, ending a two game win streak.
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"All trump was in the state for a two hour rally on saturday night. And he railed against kemp. Even encouraged republican congressman. Doug who just lost to leffler in the senate. Primary challenge the governor in a twenty twenty two primary number three. The president tweeted on sunday. That his personal lawyer rudy. Giuliani has covid. The seventy six year old traveled to michigan arizona and georgia last week and met indoors with state legislators in an effort to persuade them. To overturn. biden's win videos of those appearances. Showed giuliani was not wearing a mask during those meetings in fact hours before trump's tweet giuliani appeared on fox news where he repeated the president's false claims josh dossier and felicia sonmez report that giuliani's being treated this morning at georgetown university medical center. It's unclear why it was the president who disclosed giuliani's conditioner or whether he had permission to do so in a statement that said it was releasing with giuliani's consent last night the trump campaign said he tested negative twice immediately preceding his trips to michigan and georgia. The statement said the former new york mayor did not experience any symptoms for covid until more than forty eight hours. After his return from those trips people who are asymptomatic of course are still able to spread the virus when he's been around others who tested positive. Giuliani has refused to quarantine including after a news conference last month at the republican national committee headquarters when his son who was standing at his side tested positive in arizona. Legislative staff abruptly announced new coronavirus precautions last night. After the giuliani news broke. The state senate will be closed in the coming week because of concerns about giuliani's visit six days ago the arizona. Gop posted a picture of maskless. Lawmakers gathered in close quarters to giuliani. At least fifteen republican. Legislators in phoenix may have been directly exposed to the virus because of trump's lawyer according to the arizona republic and in georgia giuliani testified at a packed legislative hearing in the state capital on thursday. At least one georgia. Gop oven was cancelled for today following news of his infection according to the atlanta journal constitution and in michigan giuliani and a few state. Lawmakers did not wear masks during a committee hearing in lansing at one point in the meeting according to the detroit news. Giuliani even asked a witness to remove her mask as she was sitting next to him. Meanwhile business is booming in philadelphia at four seasons total landscaping. The owners of the gardening center. Say they have sold point three million dollars in merchandise since giuliani held. His bizarre news conference their last month. Among their most popular products or shirts that say make america rake again and lawn and order off and that's the daily two. Oh two for monday december seventh. Thanks for listening. I'm james hellman attack to you. Tomorrow newman.
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"Georgia audit now. Complete the hand count of nearly five million votes reaffirming biden the winner. The first democratic presidential candidate to win the state in nearly thirty years. There was news today about michigan as well where the president lost by about one hundred and forty eight thousand votes. we've now learned. The president has called hit called republican officials in wayne county home to detroit and michigan an eleventh-hour attempt to invalidate votes president trump calling on state. Republicans sleep tonight on your side. History will be on your side. You're conscious side and more knows when you go to meet your maker. Your soul is going to be very very war that along with legal challenges playing out in several states and a public campaign. Alleging voter fraud without evidence here to break it down for us. Chief white house correspondent. Jonathan karl jonathan. It is hard to know where to begin with all of the legal challenges that seem to spin each day. Let's backtrack just a little bit in michigan. With the on again off again certification of votes by canvassers in wayne county and the president reaching out to state leaders. Where does all the stand well You know the the these two republican members of the canvassing board had. I said that they were not going to certify the election and they said they agreed to certify it and then we we learned that the president called them directly. You imagine that you are a local local official on a canvassing board In wayne county michigan and your phone rings and it's donald trump the president of the united states. So it's quite a bit of you know it's quite a bit of leverage with president has and he talked to them but the bottom line is they have certified. It's hard to see out. There are no kind of take back. So we accept the wayne county certification just as we accepted every one of our eighty three counties certification as it was properly made in public vote in public meeting And now moving forward and calling on the board of state canvassers to do the same now. The president is also going to be reaching out in meeting with the republican leaders of the state legislature in In michigan Bringing them to the white house for a meeting and this as his legal team is suggesting that maybe the direction they want to go is to go directly to state legislatures to essentially overrule. How their states voted And to send their own electors to the electoral college. American democracy cracked last night. But it didn't break michelle. I gotta say it's it's a it's a crazy idea. It's basically it's talk of nullifying in election. And i and i should point out that even though these republican leaders From michigan or to meet with the president They have both been on record saying that. That is not the way. It works in michigan state. Legislature doesn't simply you know. Look the other way and not do something on its own in the face of what happened On election day but yet here we are and in terms of all of this is any of its seen as any type of interference. We've got a president a sitting president as well as a candidate in an election. Making phone calls as well as meeting with people that are involved directly with the election. Well there's a lot of strange activity is ranging a lot of questions and we also had a One of i think probably the most bizarre press conference. I've ever seen tied to a president. Good afternoon and thank you. Very much for coming guiliani. And the president's legal team held a press conference at the republican national committee headquarters in washington that you know. Frankly i i. I really don't know how to describe it as the except to say it was unhinged and what emerged very quickly is because it's not a singular voter fraud in one state. This pattern repeats itself in a number. Isn't there was vast conspiracy talk. President trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it and there was a conspiracy that included a the clinton foundation. That could have been mickey mouse. That could have been a dead person even a mention of hugo chavez who died i don't know i think about seven years ago. These people were further away than my cousin. Vinny was from witnessed. They couldn't see a thing. It would vary very strange. Strange press conference the real thing you need to know though. Is that the legal cases that have been brought by the by. The trump team are going nowhere. They have lost over and over again and they've been forced to withdraw lawsuits while there quickly running out of time on this and so with where we're at with this giuliani and his briefing in the president. Set to meet with people today from those canvassers in that area where republicans at what's the endgame. Republicans for the most part are saying that the president should be allowed to pursue his legal challenges. A as far as they may go to be proof but they're also not for the most part repeating these crazy allegations and privately. They're saying that they know the president's laws have you seen that. I haven't seen proof yet. How many lives do you think are at risk here if this transition remained stalled. Well look. We've you've heard the projections projections. Are that if nothing fundamentally changes between now and beginning february we're like to lose up to four hundred total of four hundred thousand lives and other one hundred fifty thousand lives but of course we're in the middle of the national health crisis we're in the middle of a pandemic and the world doesn't stop. Stir president-elect what do you think the president is doing. What are americans witnessing here. We choose my words think. They're witnessing an incredible irresponsibility credibly damaging messages being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy functions. And i think it is and because of the president's refusal to acknowledge What happened in the election. Well i don't know his motive. But i just think it's totally irresponsible. The team of president elect now biden is not getting the briefings. They're not coordinating with the warp speed team on the vaccine. All all the things that are going to have to be carried out by the biden administration They've been stonewalled by by the president's refusal to accept the election
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"Also stopped by his childhood church and sudden Bo's grave by this made winning Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes a priority after President Trump flipped the state four years ago. Soccer Megane Washington. Now Biden is spending the rest of the day in Pennsylvania just actually spoken Philadelphia a couple of minutes ago later on tonight, he is expected to address the nation from the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware. Now to the president. He went to the Republican National Committee headquarters earlier today, Let's see what he's up to for the rest of the day with a B C's Karen Travers after one final blitz in the battle grounds five rallies in four states on Monday. President Trump has a low key schedule on Election Day. The president will pay a visit to his campaign office in Virginia a chance to rally his team as voters are heading to the polls. Mr Trump will watch results come in tonight from the White House. He's invited 400 guests to join him for an indoor event. Family friends, campaign staff and supporters. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS New York, Now Sara Fagen is a Republican strategist and a contributor to ABC News. She says, even though there are poles out there for favoring former Vice President Joe Biden, President Trump's quiet but nonstop campaign organizing activity during the worst days of the pandemic could pay off. You look at some of those Sunbelt states. They pre process there. Absentees. They have a high percentage of people who've turned out already, and they'll make those announcements so you'll get a sense of how the night is goingto flow from that. Now here 302 in Massachusetts are voting today mostly uneventful. A few snags as we hear from W. B. C's Mike Macklin. You may have heard it took me a few times to get my ballot accepted. Circles weren't quite dark enough not for lack of enthusiasm for my choices. Secretary of State William Galvin, acknowledging the momentary problem he had when the ballot box at the Edison School in Brighton rejected his ballot. Galvin dark and the circle signifying his choices. Problem solved. The secretary, saying he expects most voters should encounter no problems casting their ballot. The anecdotal reports we've had from around the state orderly lines, but no long lines. That is to say there were lines at seven. But they're proceeding regularly. It's a steady pace throughout the whole state gallon, saying he expects a record voter turnout for this election with at least 3.6 million Massachusetts voters casting their ballot in right Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's NewsRadio again just under five hours till the polls close here in Massachusetts. Galvin's office says. If you are in line at eight o'clock when the polls close, you can still vote, so keep that in mind. And you're gonna want to stay here for a complete election coverage throughout the afternoon. Well into the evening, right here on W Busy now take a look at the roads and 303 on this Tuesday afternoon, Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How's it looking like? Well, it looks like a typical Tuesday afternoon on the roads. Nicole, The South out Expressway is just crawling along from the O'Neill Tunnel down through Saban Hill and again from Furnace Brook Parkway into the Braintree splits about 25 minutes. Boston to Braintree to give you an idea, North found delays granted. Have a passing The poems that circle It's pretty good after that, Well, Route three South has some stop and go coming off the expressway, then down towards Derby Street as well. At the lower end of 1 20 eights Good out of Needham and Westwood Routes. 24 95 south. They're both clear down past 45 up to the north 1 28 north is jammed a bit through Woburn coming up past Washington Street and 93 93 North has him stopping go through Wilmington, a pass through 1 25 and a rude one North np, But you'll be on the brakes for a bit up after 1 28. Downtown store. Oh, drive East has backed up a little bit coming into Leverett circle and the leveraged up ramp is slow. But that's typical. This time of the day of the lower deck of 93 is good. The Tobin Bridge is fine all the airport tunnels. We're good for now, and the mass turn bikes off to a good start to My King. W B Z is traffic on.
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"U. S. Senate at stake with a number of closely washed races there. It's not just the White House governor Baker ordering new restrictions kicking in this Friday as covert cases rise in the Commonwealth. An investigation now under way into a deadly officer involved shooting in Winchester last night 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots, and this was before the Poles even open today, Let's get the latest now from ABC News. It's Election Day and Costa Coast polls are open. ABC is Mark Velarde at a polling center in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. This historic part of Philadelphia, just down market Street from Independence Hall. Voters are casting ballots here at the Museum of the American Revolution, Pal Fricking Cool is that Leah blew. It is the judge of elections for Award five division to here in Philadelphia and says there was an early rush when the polls opened at seven. But things have slowed down since then. People were excited to vote in this election, so I think a lot of them came out early this morning. Our first voter in line got in line at 5 30, she says. More than half of all voters in this area have voted by mail. Mark Malard, ABC News, Philadelphia President, Trump said to visit the Republican National Committee headquarters in Virginia today and earlier, Joe Biden attended church in Wilmington, Delaware, his home state. He visited his son Bo's grave, and he also visited the graves of his first wife and their daughter with continuing coverage. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News And you're listening to W B c news radio streaming on the eye Hard radio app. Ask you're smart Speaker to play us on double BBC news radio it I hard radio and we are just on every platform. So what will we know? And when will we know it? This, of course, is the big question as results from the election will trickle in tonight In Texas, A federal judge's blocked a Republican effort there. To throw out more than 100,000 ballots casted curbside voting in Harris County, which contains Houston in Pennsylvania. The counting of early ballots could not start until this morning, and some counties opted to begin that process. In fact, tomorrow That state also was allowing ballots postmarked by today to arrive up to three days later in the battleground state of Ohio. The grace period for late arriving ballots is even longer. And ABC is Adrian Banker has more voters actually have until November. 13th Teo get in their mail in ballots in.
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"ABC is Mark reveal Art at a polling center in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. This historic part of Philadelphia, just down market Street from Independence Hall. Voters are casting ballots here at the Museum of the American Revolution. African calls Death Leah blew. It is the judge of Elections for award five division to here in Philadelphia and says It was an early rush when the polls opened at seven, but things have slowed down since then. People were excited to vote in this election, so I think a lot of them came out early this morning. Our first voter and line got in line at 5 30, she says. More than half of all voters in this area have voted by mail. Marquis Malard. ABC NEWS PHILADELPHIA President Trump set to visit the Republican National Committee headquarters in Virginia today and earlier, Joe Biden attended church in Wilmington, Delaware, his home state, he visited his son Bo's grave. And he also visited the graves of his first wife and their daughter with continuing coverage on Michelle Franzen, ABC News Stay connected. Stay informed. Election Day. 2020 Comeau News 1000 FM 97 7 Thanks for making us part of your Election day in downtown Seattle right now, with rain temperatures 49 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time Amanda Factor here. The top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center is just not the just the presidential race that has people's attention in our state. There is a major races to be decided today. Voters will make up their minds of Jay Inslee will become the first governor to win a third term since 1972. When Dan Evans did it, the incumbent Democrat will have to beat Republican Lauren cult to make that happen. The offices of lieutenant governor, attorney general secretary of State and auditor are also on the ballot in Pierce County. Voters will decide who their next sheriff will be, and they're also voting for county executive Election Night safety preparations are under way across the state and the possibility of civil unrest has already drawing a range of responses from law enforcement. Almost Jonathan Show has more from the Eastside gym owner Victor Ro blesses boarding up, which is doing everything we can Right now. He isn't taking any chances Kobe to worry about. We got the rights to worry about. So we have a lot to worry about, and so are.