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Coronavirus outbreak diverts Navy aircraft carrier to Guam
"The corona viruses even reach sailors aboard a navy aircraft carrier now on lockdown outside of Guam after several board tested positive five thousand U. S. sailors are on lockdown as corona virus now spread through one of America's largest warships at least two dozen crewmen aboard the USS Roosevelt have tested positive navy secretary Richard Spencer we are in the process now of testing a hundred percent of the crew of that
White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts
"It's no secret that members of the trump administration up to and including trump himself are parroting the views of white nationalist and white extremist groups. These organizations are tied into outright media outlets like Breitbart and others where they spread this propaganda to the masses. We're going to try something a little different today. I'll be joined by a guest. Co Host. Hossan Ahmad is an immigration attorney and anti white nationalist activist from Virginia. Hossan has been deeply involved in obtaining the archived writings of John. Panton one of the men. Behind the current white nationalist movement in America Hossan connected me to Katie McHugh. Katie is a former white nationalist. Who has renounced her views in his working. Hard to undo the damage. She did when she held them. She's a former staffer for Breitbart and other alt-right media where she was in constant correspondence with Stephen Miller at the trump white house. She's exposed those emails and the deep ties of Miller into the white nationalist movement in America voice box he's overlap between trump's message white nationalist ideology he has shown us that the majority of Americans support are sort of message. You know what yeah make. America great again fell the wall. Pick these people out. This is my country. This this all belongs to me. Trump demurred when asked whether he'd condemned supportive comments from former Ku Klux Klan. Leader David Duke. I have to look at the group I mean. I don't know what group you're talking about. You wouldn't want me to condemn a group that I know. The person is dead and nineteen injured after a speeding vehicle drove into a group of protesters. Your leader downtown Charlottesville very fine people on both sides so we just got a new batch of emails from Breitbart reporter Katya Q. The Southern Poverty Law Center has made public excerpts of emails sent by White House. Senior adviser. Stephen Miller was a key figure shaping immigration policy or president trump the email messages for fifty thousand sixteen. Show Miller support white nationalist website and ideologies. My name is Katie mccue. I've exposed eight far-right extremists in the past fifteen months by working with civil rights groups and legendary nonprofits. I'm very excited now. In the stage of my life to help the most vulnerable in society including people of Color immigrants those who practice Islamic faith and those who this car presidential administration opposes the mouse and seeks to punish through use of authoritarian policies. Sorry Not Sorry so katy you spent a bit of time in the alright. What is the difference if you can explain to US between the alright a white supremacy and white nationalism? What are some of the core beliefs that you're aware of as part of this movement? Well I can say I think we should begin with aristotle here. I don't want to sound pretentious but everything is on a trajectory this is also just basic calculus so one of the things. Aristotle spoke about was habit and one thing you witness with the outright because the media treated them as a truly humorous force that's just online and it's backing Donald Trump and it's young people. The fact is everything that they said. Ironically I'm making air quotes eventually became ironic so whenever people thought they were quote unquote trolling about saying the nineteenth amendment should be repealed and you had white supremacist media figure. Richard Spencer eventually meeting. No I don't believe women should have the right to vote all these memes and things you see on twitter and the way that these mobs were organized so much so that they became. It was almost like blunt force trauma when it came to harassment for media figures. They were not joking. And in the case too with someone like Stephen Miller who's one of the most powerful people in the US government especially when it comes to people who are not white. So who is Stephen Miller? And why is it so important that we understand his thinking? Stephen Miller is one of the closest advisers to president trump. He is the architect of trump's immigration policy and also has the president's ear on foreign policy matters. Stephen Miller for his entire career had anti immigrant. Leanings for some people philly with the alright because it's an amorphous group and doesn't have a membership roll with you. Know I mean. They viewed on white people and people who practice the Islamic faith as not only dangerous individuals but an existential threat to the country. And this does tie into eugenics which unfortunately America has a very dark history with eugenics Ray Science and a history which John drew from and help shape the anti immigrant agenda that has sought renewed energy from the emergence of the outright and renewed energy from the trump campaign and which we now see the full force turned against the most desperate vulnerable people in the world for punish purely because of their country of origin their ethnicity in the face that they practice kitty. You seem so articulate and passionate and human and when we paint these pictures are head of the other side we sort of create these villains. I think I WANNA be respectful for your privacy and safety but I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about how you got caught up in the movement so that we can have a better understanding as to how other people get caught up in the movement. Thank you for asking that because I think that everyone's path is different but buying could help explain some of the groundwork for other young people currently trapped in this. Who Don't quite know how to get out. The outright on the far-right are very much like a gang. You know there's a no snitching policy and I think that many many young people especially let's say trump does not win reelection in twenty twenty this year. A lot of young people are going to wonder. How do I get out of this? And how do I reconnect with other people again and have a healthy loving life full of good friendships? Good connections across backgrounds. So I will just say that I'm from Pennsylvania regular conservative town and I was raised like I think the joke is. You're born a lapsed Catholic. So that was my upbringing. Regular childhood must very nerdy was constantly reading and I was politically inclined. People always talk about two thousand four election. People were very excited about George W Bush. Because it's a Red County and two thousand eight of course with the banking crisis. Things got much more serious and of course the Iraq war still going on so I was chatting with one of my best friends. Her Dad and I was regular Republican fully supporting the Iraq war in in the war in Afghanistan and he said well. Why don't you read this person named Joe So brand? Joseph O'Brien was a former senior editor for national review. He was fired by William F Buckley because he could not control his anti-semitism. I ate him alive. Almost like a neurological virus and I'm eighteen. I had never met someone of poop practice. Jewish faith Jewish background nothing. I didn't understand anti-semitism and I was reading the Essay. That was recommended to me. Call the reluctant anarchists sing. How all government is evil in the constitution has already been so violated. We just need to go back to something. Like pre articles of confederation. Okay this is very important to understand. Is that there is a serious libertarian. Too Far right pipeline very serious and the far right of course is just steeped in. Eugenics steepen utterly discredited on Justifiable Race
White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary
"Congress is gearing up for what could be another contentious confirmation hearing for a presidential nominee president trump says he plans to nominate Kenneth Braithwaite as navy secretary Braithwaite who presently serves as ambassador to Norway would replace Richard Spencer the president fired Spencer late November over his handling of navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher's war crimes case Braithwaite could have a tough confirmation following reports he failed to disclose a one year contract with Cambridge analytica as required in his government disclosure for Cambridge analytica shut down in two thousand eighteen following reports of misappropriated data from millions of Facebook users and flooded voters with misinformation in support of the Donald Trump campaign Linda Kenyon
Trump Moves Ahead with Plan to Nominate Kenneth Braithwaite for Navy Secretary
"President trump says he plans to nominate Kenneth Braithwaite as navy secretary Braithwaite who presently serves as ambassador to Norway would replace Richard Spencer the president fired Spencer late November over his handling of navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher's war crimes case Braithwaite could have a tough confirmation following reports he failed to disclose a one year contract with Cambridge analytica as required in his government disclosure for Cambridge analytica shut down in two thousand eighteen following reports of misappropriated data from millions of Facebook users and flooded voters with misinformation in support of the Donald Trump campaign Linda Kenyon
Trump's former Navy Secretary Richard Spencer will endorse Mike Bloomberg for president
"President trump's former navy secretary Richard Spencer announced he is supporting Mike Bloomberg for the democratic primary Spencer was fired by the president for his handling of the controversial case of navy seal Eddie Gallagher Spencer did not go quietly and said he doesn't think the president understands the definition of a war fighter in his endorsement of Bloomberg Spencer says he is the quote utmost confidence that the former New York City mayor will faithfully execute his duty as
Former Navy secretary ousted by Trump endorses Mike Bloomberg
"Former navy secretary Richard Spencer who got fired for opposing president trump's intervention in the discipline of a seal accused of murder is going to endorse Michael Bloomberg for president at an event in Virginia today also interesting for Bloomberg from Mikey Cheryl the congressman from
New video shows fellow SEALs disparage Edward Gallagher
"Also following new developments in the controversy over a former navy seal platoon leader named Eddie Gallagher. His case drew the attention. The president trump is. He was tried into quitted murdering an Isis fighter. Now videos obtained by The New York Times shed light on his fellow seals accusations against him C. N. N. and Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr reports. And we certainly need to warn. You hear that this report contains some disturbing images members of seal Tim. Seven Alpha platoon broke their own code of silence in two thousand eighteen with their opinions about retired special operations. Chief Eddie Eddie Gallagher and some making accusations that the elite seal committed murder and potential war crimes the crazier and crazier the portions of recorded navy. Seal interviews published by The New York Times where team members tell investigators their views on the platoon leader. Go Sausage Gallagher was acquitted of premeditated murder when a key prosecution witness change this story and testified under immunity unity that he caused the prisoner Steph. Not Gallagher him over Scott described the killing as an act of mercy because he was concerned the boy a prisoner of Iraqi forces would be tortured by them. Gallagher was convicted on a charge of taking a photo with a dead Isis Lisa fighter and was tend to moated in rank a decision president trump reversed allowing the seal to retire with honor even after our Pentagon leaders urged the president not to interfere. Speaking was Attorney Gallagher told CNN my first reaction to seeing the videos was surprise and disgust that they would make up blatant lies about me but I quickly realized that they were scared that the truth would come out of how cowardly they they acted on deployment. His defense attorney says the tapes were quote a roadmap to acquittal because they showed there were conflicting stories about allegations. It's have gallagher killing civilians and other misconduct. Really you're only seeing one very small slice of the story in a way. That's not reflective liked what the ultimate result was president trump's determination to reverse the military's punishment of gallagher against the advice of top Pentagon officials officials was so controversial. Maybe Secretary Richard Spencer was ousted. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in that discipline and to the laws of war will not suffer we do maintain and we will maintain good order and discipline. We will not turn into a gang. Raping burning and pillaging but something. It's all led to festering bad feelings. So it's this kind of divisiveness that president's actions have been introduced adduced into the seal community. I think that are the most damaging and we'll have long term effects. Gallagher met with trump over the holidays mar-a-lago and it's possible he will campaign pain for trump. If fast those who know him say
Two men kicked out of Army National Guard over white supremacist ties
"The ranks of two Army National Guard units are now thinner by to CBS's Jim Priscilla two men have been removed from Army National Guard units and Alabama and Georgia after they were found to be members of a religious group with white supremacist ties the two were seen carrying signs while attending a twenty seventeen speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at Auburn University in Alabama one of them a branded east has also lost his job working at a county jail in Alabama east says the attention he's gotten has cost him other jobs as well as friends and family members Jim chrysalis CBS
2 kicked out of National Guard over white supremacist ties
"Dalton Woodward and branding Trent east a reputed leaders of the Norse pagan group part of the us a true focus Embley which is set to endorse white supremacy they were photographed two years ago carrying signs at a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at Auburn University east he's been forced out of the Alabama National Guard also lost his job as a county jailer in Georgia he denies being a racist and says he just wants to worship the same way his Norse ancestors did centuries ago the military's been struggling to root out sympathizers of white supremacy causes I'm Jackie Quinn
A Review of the U.S. Defense Department in 2019
"Let's take a closer look at the defense department in twenty nineteen correspondent David Martin joins us from the Pentagon David there were some tense moments when the U. S. said Iran attacked the world's largest oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia what happened well Iran court the US intelligence and the Saudis completely by surprise with that attack it was launch from an air base at the top of the Persian Gulf from Iranian territory it consisted of basically a swarm of drones and cruise missiles neither the US nor a Saudi Arabia saw it coming the US basically decided that it was going to let Saudi Arabia decide what should be done in response so there was no real military response from the United States and the Saudis who above all else do not want a war with Iran have not force the issue also in the Mideast that U. S. special forces attack on ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in northern Syria that led to his death he was hit hard the way he should have been and I just want to say for all of our military were very proud of you I was something very special remind us how that played out well that was in the immediate aftermath of the decision to start pulling US troops out of surgery and it had been in the works for some time the US apparently had a spy inside Baghdad he's compound of who could tell them not only that he was there but tell them the lay out of the compound and so the raid was conducted using the delta force out of a a base in Iraq the mission was to cap sure or kill Baghdadi just as it was to capture or kill Osama bin laden back in two thousand eleven in this case Baghdad he tried to escape from the compound by going down the tunnel but he went down a dead end tunnel apparently with two or three of his children and when one of the war dogs that the delta force had brought with them started pursuing him down that tunnel he detonated a suicide vest he was wearing a killed himself and the two or three children the question remains now what what impact did his death have on ISIS and the opinion of most experts in the US government is that it will not mean the end of vices that at ISIS will recover find a new leader and continue to try to survive by creating sleeper cells that can outlast the presence of American troops in Syria finally David we also saw some changes at the leadership level of the Pentagon including a short lived acting secretary of defense well we're now in our third year of the the trump administration and we are on our third secretary of defense if you count Patrick Shanahan who never became officially the US secretary defense producer for about six months as the acting secretary of defense he was his name was never a sign up to be confirmed by the full Senate and it is a pattern that you see throughout the the trump administration of the original holder of the office of leaving either because he's of fire or be killed comes under criticism from Congress and then acting secretary is appointed and then that situation last for some indefinite amount of time and president trump is even said he prefers to have acting secretaries because they're easier to control and there was one secretary of the navy Richard Spencer who clashed with the president and he was forced out over the case of a navy seal who was tried for war crimes and it was missed by all the people who who have to pay attention to this on a daily basis at the Pentagon Richard Spencer was for a brief period the acting secretary of defense during the the shuffle between Patrick Shanahan and the current secretary of defense mark asper he ran into a buzz saw over the case of the navy seal Eddie Gallagher who was convicted of posing for a photo with the body of the dead isis fighter the president initially overturned the sentence that had been levied on Gallagher and then after that when the navy tried to take away his tried and pan which is the symbol of a navy seal the president intervened once again and ordered that Gallagher be allowed to keep his triton pain with Eddie Gallagher you know that story very well they wanted to take its been away and I said no you're not going to take it away he was a great fighter Izzy yeah one of the ultimate fighters tough guy he's a lot with people these are tough people and we're going to protect our war fighters in the middle that Spencer was negotiating with the White House over a way to satisfy the president without having him intervene secretary defense mark asper thought of Spencer Reid men going behind his back to try to cut this deal with the White House German Millie and I were completely caught off guard by this information and realized that it undermined everything we've been discussing with the president and so markets for fired Spencer although Spencer clearly had already written his resignation letter basically saying he could not in good conscience go along with the president's efforts to intervene in the Gallagher case CBS news national security correspondent David Martin at the Pentagon on a busy twenty
Former Navy secretary defends handling of Navy SEAL case
"President trump seems not to be focusing on the trouble brewing with his former navy secretary but many in Washington are more from ABC's Megan to Risi and controversy at Pentagon after the president intervened on behalf of the navy seal at the center of a war crimes case the navy secretary forced out after president trump refused to allow top leadership to strip Eddie Gallagher of his trident in The Washington Post ousted navy secretary Richard Spencer calling it a quote shocking an unprecedented
Former Navy Secretary Spencer speaks out about firing: Trump has 'little understanding' of military
"Former navy secretary Richard Spencer says he and president Donald Trump no longer share the same understanding for what Spencer calls the key principles of good order and discipline here's that story secretary of defense mark as per as requested and received the resignation of navy secretary Richard Spencer for what was called the lack of candor in conversations with the White House navy seal Edward Gallagher was demoted for his actions with the corpse president trump restored that prank but the navy was going to proceed with a review to determine if Gallagher would remain the seal when the president tweeted the Gallaghers tried in pain would not be taken Spencer said he didn't consider a tweet a formal order esper says he lost trust in Spencer for his handling of the matter at hand is recommended a replacement to the
Fired Navy Secretary Spencer criticizes Trump in SEAL’s case
"Former navy secretary Richard Spencer says president trump doesn't understand much about how the military works Spencer and the president disagreed about navy seal Eddie Gallagher accused of war crimes in Iraq the president champion Gallagher's case Spencer believes partly because Gallagher's defense lawyers worked hard to keep it in the headlines Spencer writes in The Washington Post that the president's intervention was shocking and harmful to the military president trump is tweeted praise of Gallagher service saying his case was handled very badly from the beginning read a fall les Washington
Three more Navy SEALs spared review after Trump's intervention
"The navy canceled review boards for three seal officers involved in the Edward Gallagher case those panels could have stripped them of their tridents for not having reported Gallagher's actions during the battle of for Mosel and rock Gallagher was convicted of posing for a photo with the dead ISIS prisoner although president trump intervened and ordered the navy to restore his rank when this with CBS correspondent David Martin they may however receive some form of written reprimand counseling them about their conduct and failing to report Gallagher's actions but in the navy seal community it's the tried and which is the all important thing critics say the actions undermine military justice and send the message that battlefield atrocities will be tolerated trump's former navy secretary Richard Spencer was fired on Sunday over the case he penned an op ed in The Washington Post yesterday saying the president has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military and quote to fight ethically or to be governed by a uniform set of rules and
Ex-Navy secretary slams Trump's 'shocking and unprecedented intervention' in new op-ed
"Former navy secretary Richard Spencer fire this week for his handling of the seal war crimes case championed by president trump has slammed trump in an opinion piece in The Washington Post Spencer rights trump has very little understanding of how the US military works and his intervention was shocking and
Ex-Navy secretary slams Trump's 'shocking and unprecedented intervention' in new op-ed
"Richard Spencer who was fired as the navy secretary for his handling of the case of a navy seal says president trump has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military defense secretary mark as for says he fired Spencer because he went behind his back to talk to president trump about navy petty officer Edward Gallagher who had been convicted of posing with the body of an Islamic state militant from had ordered the Gallagher and not lose his status as a navy seal an opinion piece written for The Washington Post Spencer called this a shocking an unprecedented intervention I'm Nora Raum NPR news in
Fired Navy leader highly critical of Trump in SEAL case
"Richard Spencer fired this week for his handling of the case against navy seal chief petty officer Edward Gallagher writes in an opinion piece on the Washington post's website the president trump's involvement was shocking and unprecedented Spencer who admits he was wrong to try to craft a private dealer Gallagher with the White House adds a transaction show he quote has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military to fight ethically or to be governed by a uniform set of rules and practices meanwhile the man who we play Spencer acting navy secretary Thomas Bodley has ordered the cancellation of peer review boards for three seal officers who oversaw Gallagher during his twenty seventeen deployment to Iraq to McGuire Washington
Former Navy Secretary Spencer speaks out about firing: Trump has 'little understanding' of military
"Former U. S. navy secretary Richard Spencer speaks out three days after being fired following a dispute with president trump over how to handle a navy seal accused of war crimes Spencer right in part quote the president has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military to fight ethically or to be governed by a uniform set of rules and
"richard spencer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Navy secretary Richard Spencer is been fired after disagreeing with president trump's decision to restore any Gallagher's seal status in retirement after he was accused of war crimes CBS correspondent Cammy McCormick with more president trump said he was not pleased by the navy's handling of Gallagher's case defense secretary mark esper then fired the navy secretary Spencer in his resignation letter said one of his responsibilities was to maintain good order and discipline and he regarded that is quote deadly serious business and now CBS national security correspondent David Martin continues the reason given by defense secretary has for was the secretary of the navy Richard Spencer has an effect and playing a double game publicly saying and also saying to the secretary of defense in private that he was going to proceed with this board that would remove Gallagher's triton president trump plans to replace Spencer with current U. S. ambassador to Norway Kenneth Brathwaite who is a retired navy rear admiral The Washington Post as the White House undertook a confidential review of documents that revealed extensive efforts to explain president trump's decision to hold up military aid to Ukraine among the hundreds of documents found were email exchanges between acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and White House budget officials seeking to provide an explanation for the withholding of security assistance political analyst Larry Sabato says there are ways the White House can dispute this story we don't know exactly who was involved it doesn't specify you know saying a windy lawyers or the state department or mentioning other departments that had a role in this world who exactly and where they were the political appointees or were they professional government people to me that isn't clear the post says that the research was conducted by the White House counsel's office the house intelligence committee is reportedly in possession of audio and video recordings of conversations between Rudy guiliani and president trump about efforts to persuade Ukraine's government to investigate Joe Biden A. B. C. news says the recordings were provided by Lev harness a close associate to Giuliani who has been arrested on campaign finance violation charges recordings are reportedly provided to the committee response to a congressional subpoena at ten thirty four Cooper is lost its license to operate in London because of safety matters it's permit expired at midnight in the city decided not to extend it more from the BBC's Theo Leggett if you were to stop operating they have I think forty five thousand drivers in London it would have a big impact because they still account for the vast majority of the ride hailing market in London however they're all others ready to step in nothing that's important tonight over will be allowed to do to continue to operate while it appeals the decision Hong Kong voters turned out of record numbers yesterday to cast their ballots and district council elections CBS correspondent ramie Inocencio says the elections were widely seen as a referendum on the pro democracy movement that has roiled Hong Kong for months if what happened at the district council level which is a very low level election could happen at the chief executive level that would mean a huge huge schism between Hong Kong which is a part of China in mainland China which continues to say that Hong Kong is it in alienable part of the mainly votes are still being counted the Hong Kong media is reporting that the pro democracy camp had easily won a majority.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Secretary Richard Spencer on Sunday secretary of defense mark as per as requested and received the resignation of navy secretary Richard Spencer for what was called the lack of candor in conversations with the White House navy seal Edward Gallagher was demoted for his actions with the corpse president trump restored that prank but the navy was going to proceed with a review to determine if Gallagher would remain the seal when the president tweeted the Gallaghers tried in pain would not be taken Spencer said he didn't consider a tweet a formal order esper says he lost trust in Spencer for his handling of the matter and is recommended a replacement to the president colonel Scott fox news former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg now officially a presidential candidate Bloomberg tossing his hat into the ring Sunday and throwing more than thirty million dollars in the campaign ads today Bloomberg officially announced his presidential bid with an addict touting his middle class upbringing and record as a job creator the ad also tells a story about how Bloomberg rose from the middle class to become a billionaire boxes Christina Coleman Bloomberg is passing of the first twenty twenty contest in Iowa and New Hampshire and is focusing on primaries for super Tuesday Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is out of the hospital he was omitted Friday night after experiencing chills and fever given her age and recent health struggles doctors kept her for further evaluation and treatment of any possible infection but with intravenous antibiotics influence her symptoms have abated boxes Garrett Tenney two are dead and four injured after home explosion in Kentucky state police saying bodies were found in the basement because of the blast is under investigation the kid nations of the injured not known America is listening the fox news if you're not watching handy right now you should be this is a critical moment for the president and for you America needs to know what's really going on in Washington and I will give you a taste you will.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And he's a pioneering on the differences between races to this day the article is, cited, by critics, as one of the original sins of white supremacist. Coverage I, asked the author of file Josh Harkinson what he made. Of the response frankly I thought it was. I mean the criticism was, that we are glorifying Richard Spencer but if you read the story and we weren't glorifying we were doing a deep dive on this guy was where it, came from how he came to hold these extreme views when the presidential candidate helping party is basically parenting, this world courting guys of course it's relevant right about. Him people really latched, onto, this description, of him, that you called him articulate and well dressed He had these prom king looks I'm saying that these are tools Richard Spencer uses an order to increases appeal I mean his clothes were fashionable it doesn't mean, that we agree with anything he says a lot of the criticism of pieces yours included. But certainly not limited to yours is that there were things in the piece like the praise of. His good looks and things not in the peace Mike perspectives from people of color or. A sense of how dangerous this person might be your the consequences of his. Action, that were shaped by. White reporter, that's edited in the largely white newsroom I let, me tell you a secret that nobody knows the mother, Jones editor who thought of the dapper. White nationalist headline is black so just let that sink in for a minute number. Two we were very clear about the consequences of Richard Spencer's views getting, extremely detailed about who could and could. Not be in his nation state took quite some time to pen down by the way Way you're holding Spencer accountable? And you're being clear about his. Views but with the sense of, this is embarrassing this is foolish that is. Very much, how white Americans myself. Included often talk about racism that it's awkward. Or uncomfortable black-americans talk about racism in a very different way, with a sense of grief and terror and from what I could tell you only interviewed one person who is black and that is a former friend, of Spencer's who says in half a sentence oh he wasn't a racist or I didn't see him being a racist why didn't you interview more people of color more Jewish people ask them about. Spencer's impact on them or the impact of these ideas on them well this is a profile of Richard Spencer wasn't like what does. The world think about Richard Spencer and so I. Interviewed people, that Richard Spencer came in contact with how many African American people do you think I should have interviewed for the story I mean. Should we make a goal that a restored that mentions widespread Assists has. To interview at least one black Latino and, Asian person I think the types of conversation is that you and I are having right now or are useful but. Each story is peace you know this story included interview of the African American students who. Slept on Richard Spencer house interview of his Asian girlfriend credit have included another, person of color who had been victimized by Richard Spencer in some way is, certainly, could up and I think it could have benefited from not full. Stop some critics argue that the mistakes journalists made in covering extremists like Spencer were avoidable if news organizations themselves have been more diverse right now? Nearly, forty percent of Americans are people of color and, digital and print newsrooms it's seventeen percent the? Argument isn't that reporters of color need to be assigned to particular stories it's that newsrooms as a whole need to be having different conversations about what. To cover, about who to cover especially when we're trying to explain racism I think about this a lot, what, would have happened. If we had decided not to hand Richard Spencer a microphone I do think we made Richard Spencer, Gizmodo Anna Merlin this wave. Of media, coverage about how normal Richard Spencer was how intelligent he was how he looked in a suit how he had. A visible chin was really not helpful I think it was avoidable too if people had a better sense of history, and I don't know I mean we've had that same discussion. About Trump what would have happened if Trump didn't get so much sort of obliging. Free media coverage you know Richard Spencer didn't start all, this stuff Donald J Trump didn't start all this stuff it was started when the first lays. Were brought to America Alison we're seeing people who are rising up and they're. Riding the wave of what's happening in America and so Richard Spencer if not him then somebody.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the differences between races to this day the article is cited by, critics, as one, of the original sins of white supremacist coverage I. Asked the, author of profile Josh Harkinson what he made of the. Response frankly I thought. It was I mean the. Criticism was that we are, glorifying Richard Spencer but if you read the story I mean we weren't glorifying him we were doing a deep dive on this guy was where it came from, how he came to hold news extreme views when the presidential candidate can party is basically parenting this world, is courting these guys of course it's relevant right about. How people really latched, onto, this description, of him, that you called him articulate and well dressed That he had these prom king looks I am saying that these are tools Richard Spencer uses in order to increase his appeal I mean his clothes, where fashionable it doesn't mean that we agree with anything he says a lot. Of the criticism of pieces yours included but certainly not limited to yours is that there were things. In the piece like the praise of his good looks and things not in the peace. Like perspectives from people of color, or a sense of how dangerous this person. Might, be your the consequences. Of his, action that were shaped by white reporter that's edited, in a largely white newsroom I, let me, tell you a secret. Nobody knows the mother Jones editor who. Thought of the darker white nationalist headline is black so just let that. Sink in for a minute number two we were very clear. About the consequences of Richard Spencer's, views getting extremely detailed about who could and could not be in his nation state took quite some time to down by the Way holdings Spencer accountable and you're being clear about? His views but with the sense of this is embarrassing this is foolish that is very. Much how, white Americans myself included often talk about racism but it's awkward or. Uncomfortable black-americans talk about racism in a very different way with, a sense of grief and terror and from what I could tell you only interviewed one person who is black and that is a former friend of, Spencer's who says in half a sentence oh he wasn't a racist or I didn't see him being racist why didn't you interview more people of color more Jewish people ask them about Spencer's impact. On them or the impact of these. Ideas on them well this is a profile of Richard Spencer wasn't like what is the. World think about Richard Spencer and so I interviewed. People that, Richard Spencer came in contact with how many American people do you think I should have interviewed for the story I mean should we. Make a role that every story that mentions widespread Emphasis has. To interview at least one black Latino and, Asian person I think the conversation is that you and I are having right now or, are useful but each story. Is zone piece know this story included interview of the African American students who slept on. Richard Spencer house including interview of his Asia girlfriend credit have included another person, of color who had been victimized by Richard Spencer in some way is certainly, could, have and I think it could have benefited from not all. Stop some critics argue that the mistakes journalists made in covering extremists like Spencer avoidable if news organizations themselves had been more diverse right now nearly? Forty, percent of Americans are people of color in digital, and print newsrooms it's seventeen percent the argument? Isn't that reporters of color need to be assigned to particular stories it's that newsrooms as a whole need to be having different conversations about what. To cover, about who to cover especially when we're trying to explain racism I think about this a lot, what, would have happened. If we had decided not to hand Richard Spencer a microphone I do think we made, Richard Spencer Gizmodo Zana Merlin this. Wave of media coverage about how normal Richard Spencer was how intelligent he was how he, looked in a suit how he. Had a visible chin was really not helpful I think it was avoidable too if people had a better sense of, history and I don't know I mean we've had that same. Discussion about Trump what would have happened if Trump didn't get so much sort. Of obliging free media coverage Richard Spencer didn't start all, this stuff Donald J Trump didn't start all this stuff it was started when the first lady's. Were brought to America Alison we're seeing people who are rising up and they're. Riding the wave of what's happening in America and so Richard Spencer if not him then somebody else would figured, out a way to ride that wave.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Did this guy become famous as a. Journalist your own, identity, often influences, your, reporting especially. When you're covering Nazis Anna Merlin reporter for Gizmodo media special projects desk frequently shares the fact that she's Jewish with the racist she interviews. Like alright talk show host sunny Thomas we have been talking for a good forty minutes about his belief, that Jews control the government and juicer inserting hidden messages into Disney movies, and so. That seemed like a good moment to share that I'm Jewish, and to see how he responded just naked shock managed. To sort of, paper it, over, immediately, and, say, that's, fine I I. Ran into him again at the end of the rally and said you know how do. You think it went he saw it as a huge triumph and then at. The end, of our conversation he looked at. Me and he said. I know you're. A Jew but you're a beautiful. Woman and kissed my hand and walked away is not my favorite reporting experience misogyny is central to. This movement male reporters may be able to spot that but they won't, constantly be told to please have white, babies guy literally told me. Not to waste my area and, eggs on my Jewish boyfriend vice news is Ellie Vive when they get. Drunk on the, weekend, stay text, me, or they. Do weird things I've gotten pictures of their penises and then there's the lens of race as a black Joe is when I go into. A white supremacist conference which is where I met Richard Spencer estate which has concealed carry I feel different, I think than most why journalists would Gary young as editor at large, for the. Guardian He. Interviewed Richard Spencer last year as part of a documentary, on the state of anger and anxiety in, modern white America wanna. Create a nation, of white people dispossessed. White people so right it would be our homeland the our safe-space Why do. You need a spanked why why did young shows to talk. To Spencer, in. A parking lot not? Giving him the. Respectful format of a taped sit down interview the video ended up going viral benefited from their experience with white supremacy they. Benefited from being in a different nation. Than their own. No doubt. Really how can you deny, say just ridiculous People forcibly removed from their homes he told me. I wasn't British he told me? The? I'd benefited from slavery he told me that the history of civilization, would have been now different if may mush will, best hadn't been. In it and so I pushed back on that anybody should be able. To bring many of these things is just that black journalists. Are more, likely. To have had experiences? Of racist bigotry And so the cost of indulging him is different another of the best interviews with Richard Spencer where his smugness was shaken was, conducted by reveals l. let's. In who was also black I think, that grown up in the south prepared me to interview somebody. Like Richard Spencer because I've known that dude my entire life they had different names maybe they were like surfers maybe they, were police officers firefighters but I. Have known, Richard, Spencer my entire life rather than just give Spencer microphone and asked him why. He held, such racist ideas out pressed him on the details. His team had uncovered of government. Subsidies Spencer's family received, for their cotton plantations. In the deep south I'm just curious because you talk a lot about how America is a corrupt system in how everything. Is not working correctly but you're benefitting. Off of that I look I I am not involved in any direct day to day running of these businesses you know Richard Spencer is A, rich kid who's been surrounded by privilege his whole life so I. Come in with a completely different perspective of, America and the ticks back me up and not. Him for Gary and Al Richard Spencer was a familiar figure so I had you seemed so fascinating to so many reporters why had. He gotten so much attention I think that a lot of white people think that if you're a racist you're racist uniform right but. Has maybe a confederate. Flag on it maybe you're missing a tooth or two and, you talk with a southern twang you can spot them out I think it's hard for Americans to wrap their heads around the idea that, like the person that sits. Next to you that's a good person, to you could be horrible to people because they're black or. Brown or because they come from another country or because they're women like the everyday racist because I think if you have, to wrap the head around the. Everyday racist, then, you also have to look at yourself in Ellie Reeves experience this idea that. Racism is, a poor white Problem or an uneducated white problem or a southern problem was almost impossible to dislodge after Charlottesville I found myself this fancy party in New. York and there are all these fancy liberals there and they. Wanted to talk to me about Charlottesville? And they no matter how many times I told them that these guys were, not part the, kept, saying.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A pining on the differences between races to this day the article is cited by critics, as, one of, the original sins of white supremacist coverage I asked. The author of profile. Josh, Harkinson, what he made of the. Response thankfully I thought. It was I mean the. Criticism was that we are. Glorifying Richard Spencer but if you read the story and we weren't glorifying him we were doing a deep dive on who this guy was where it came from how, he came to hold these extreme views when the presidential candidate Republican party is basically parenting this world is, courting these guys of course it's relevant to write about. Him people really latched, onto, this description, of him, that you called him articulate and well dressed That he had these prom king looks I'm saying that these are tools that Richard Spencer uses an order to increase appeal I mean his clothes, where fashionable it doesn't mean that we agree with anything he says a lot of the. Criticism of pieces yours included but certainly not limited to yours is that there were things in the. Piece like the praise of his good looks and things not in the peace Mike perspectives. From people of color or a, sense of how dangerous this person might be. Your, the consequences of his. Action that, were shaped by white reporter that's edited in a, largely white newsroom I let me tell you a secret that, nobody knows the mother Jones editor who thought of the Doppler, white nationalist headline is, black so just let that sink in for a minute number two we were very clear about. The consequences of Richard Spencer's views, getting extremely, detailed about who could and could. Not be in his nation state took quite some time to pen down by the way Way you call Spencer accountable and you're being. Clear about his views but with the sense of this is embarrassing this is foolish. That is, very much how white Americans myself included often talk about racism that. It's awkward or uncomfortable black-americans talk about racism in a very, different way with a sense of grief and terror and from what I could tell you only interviewed one person who is black and that is a, former friend of Spencer's who says in half a sentence oh he wasn't a racist or I didn't see him being racist why didn't you interview more people of color more Jewish people ask them. About Spencer's impact on them or the impact of these ideas on them well this is a profile of Richard Spencer wasn't like what. Does the world think about Richard Spencer and so. I interviewed, people that Richard Spencer came in contact with how many African American people do you think I should have interviewed for the story I. Mean should we make a role that restoring that mentions widespread emphasis has to interview at least one black latino and asian person i think the types of conversations that you and i are having right now or are useful but each story is zone piece this story included an interview of the african american students who slept over richard spencer house including interview of his asian record girlfriend credit have included another person of color who had been victimized by richard spencer in some way is certainly could have and i think it could have benefited from that full stop some critics argue that the mistakes journalists made in covering extremists like spencer were avoidable if news organizations themselves had been more diverse right now nearly forty percent of americans are people of color in digital and print newsrooms it's seventeen percent the argument isn't that reporters of color need to be assigned to particular stories it's newsrooms as a whole need to be having different conversations about what to cover about who to cover especially when we're trying to explain racism I think about this a lot, what, would have happened. If we had decided not to hand Richard Spencer a microphone I do think we made Richard. Spencer Gizmodo Zana Merlin this wave. Of media coverage about how normal Richard Spencer was how intelligent he was how he looked, in a suit how he had a. Visible chin was really not helpful I think it was avoidable too if people had a better sense of history and, I don't know I mean we've had that same discussion about. Trump what would have happened if Trump didn't get so much sort of obliging free. Media coverage you know Richard Spencer didn't start all this, stuff Donald J Trump didn't start all this stuff it was started when the first lays were. Brought to America Alison we're seeing people who are rising up and they're riding. The wave of what's happening in America and so Richard Spencer if not him then somebody else would figured,.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How, did this guy become famous as a journalist your own identity often influences. Your reporting especially when you're covering Nazis Anna Merlin reporter for Gizmodo media special projects desk frequently shares the fact, that she's Jewish with the racist she interviews like right talk show host, sunny Thomas. We have been talking for a good forty minutes about his belief the, Jews control, the government and juicer inserting hidden? Messages into Disney movies and so that. Seemed like a good moment to share that, I am Jewish and to see how, he responded just naked shock, managed to sort of paper it over immediately and say that's fine I ran into him again at. The end of the rally and, said you know how do you. Think it went he saw it as a huge triumph and then at. The end, of our conversation he looked at. Me and he said. I know you're. A Jew but you're a beautiful. Woman and kissed my hand and walked away is not my favorite reporting experience misogyny is central to. This movement male reporters May be able to spot that but they won't constantly be. Told to please have, white babies, a, guy literally. Told me not to waste my area and eggs on my Jewish, boyfriend vice news is Elliott Vive when they get drunk on the weekend. Stay text me or they do weird things I've gotten pictures of their penises and then there's the lens of, race as a black Jarvis when I go into a white she premises, conference which. Is where I met Richard Spencer estate which has concealed carry I feel, different I, think than most white Jim this? Would dare young is editor at large. For the guardian he interviewed Richard Spencer last, year as part of a documentary on, the state of anger and, anxiety in modern white America want wanna create a nation of white people dispossessed white people so right. It would be our homeland the, our safe-space Why do. You need a, safe spank why why did you, young shows to talk to Spencer in a parking lot not. Giving him the respectful format of taped sit down interview the video ended up going viral benefited from their experience with white supremacy they benefited from being in a different, nation than their. Own no. Doubt really how can you, deny ridiculous ridiculous People forcibly removed, from their home. He told me I wasn't British he told me the I'd benefited from. Slavery he told me that the history of civilization would have. Been different, if? May Marshall and being in it And so I pushed back. On that anybody should, be able to bring. Many of these things is just that black journalists are more likely to have had experiences of racist bigotry And. So the cost of indulging him is different another of the best interviews with Richard Spencer where his smugness was shaken was conducted by. Reveals l. let's in. Who was also black I think that grown up in the, south prepared me to interview somebody like Richard Spencer because I've known that dude my entire life they had different names maybe they were. Like surfers maybe they were police. Officers firefighters but I have known Richard, Spencer my entire life rather than just give Spencer microphone and. Asked him why he held such racist ideas Al pressed him on the details his team had uncovered of government subsidies Spencer's, family received for their cotton plantations. In the, deep, south I'm just curious because you talk a lot about how America is a. Corrupt system, in how everything, is not working correctly but you're benefitting off of that I look I I am not involved in any direct day to day running of these businesses you know Richard Spencer is A rich kid who's been surrounded by privilege his whole life so. I come in with a completely different perspective, of America and the statistics back me up and. Not him for Gary and Al Richard Spencer was a familiar figure so why have you seen so fascinating to so many reporters why. Had he gotten so much attention I think that a lot of white people think that if you're a racist you're racist uniform right. But has maybe a. Confederate flag on it maybe missing a tooth or two and, you talk with a southern twang you can spot them out I think it's hard for Americans to wrap their heads around the idea. That liked the person that sits. Next to you that's a good person, to you could be horrible to people because they're black or. Brown or because they come from another country or because they're women like the everyday racist because I think if you have, to wrap the head around the. Everyday racist, then, you also have to look at yourself in LA Reeves experience this idea that. Racism is, a poor white Problem or an uneducated white problem or a southern problem was almost impossible to dislodge after Charlottesville I found myself this fancy party in. New York and they're all these fancy liberals there and they? Wanted to talk to me about Charlottesville? No matter how many times I told them that these guys were not part, of the.
"richard spencer" Discussed on Toure Show
"Like the rich expensive thing fine what the other people in the episode it wasn't our richard spencer like and there's other stores episode that are incredible that richard spencer's presence sort of like because i think a lot of people saw the commercial watches show a lot of people maybe even watch the show into saturday richard spencer i think it was the end marketed looks like ours richard spencer so we perceive it that way like you just said twenty minutes yeah and reality it was like there was so many great stories in that show and that episode the clan when our clan we can talk about that severally sir but the richard spencer thing is like there were so many other stories in the show wanted to share those and you know why don't you why don't we when we focus on these the woman ruby who holds there's an lgbtq house for refugees and runaways in dc is in the same episode transmitter i don't hear a lot about that right now and that part was strong i mean 'cause i mean to me i was like man did not bring it on richard and we started out with he's like went to visit the clan and i still here but even even the clan i hear from people like that's the number one episode i hear about when i bet and there's certainly by we were like did you do this but then there's like we were like who feel the sense of like we're now that episode was looked at differently because the air of america we live in when i when i did it when i the claim like why are you bringing this up yeah well now we got we've got some like some junior clansman in the white house or clan clansman associates so now it's just like so now people are look at that and go that resonates in a different way i don't i don't in any first of all there's many episodes episodes i think i did poorly on are not those there's other could've done a better job there but i i definitely walk out of every interview going should ask more questions i should've done this i should've on that i wish i thought about this sometimes it's like i wish i'd done more research i'm not saying like i feel like i'm totally solid but i feel like the thing i'd be like house like house richard spencer's year been since he was on my show i mean it's it goes back to what you were saying before about you are the funny guy but you're also very intelligent yes and within this show particular you're using both those muscles and you're very sensitive to keep it funny keep it fun right even as we're informing but not informing a schoolhouse rock sort of way i mean this season's prime more schoolhouse rock this is like i think we've moving i would like to warn that direction some of this is like the internal pushing back of like you it's not just my show you know what i mean he's calling you saying i wanted on i mean i give credit because i this season i didn't turn in his thing the feedback the richard spencer episode and i was like i don't want to do another enemy episode this season just because i feel we've done it twice i don't want that to be go to move and there's nobody out there this talking to you in the same way like when we richard spencer nobody newly was sure in the interim he got bigger and bigger and if anything it would have been like if there's if things were perfect we would have gone back and go through that interview now that he's been punching the face and he's become a much more scare figure but also feel like the thing that the show the thing that the show does that i think people don't realize is like those people will sit down and talk to me and because we will go back and forth and have a conversation i you know i did not pushing pushing back the way that you would have or the way the dan rather would have i certainly accept that but i don't think the conversation would i think you get different things of the conversation now you can you can go i don't like those the conversation but i think i watched watch he looks silly he's talking about he's talking about his cow goodlooking white people are and how and how you know anyone i asked him several times explain to me how this works when you.
"richard spencer" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Storm front dot org derek black has since or i should say by the time that you had met him had left his father's i guess teachings and gave you particular insight as as a historian as to the the makeup of those folks who follow a guy like don black and also a an acute awareness which i imagine you had some as well as historian but it helps to extricate to others of the persistence and the the nature of racism in this country it is interwoven into the fiber of this country and in terms of of movements it is there a far more present way than i think most people would appreciate but let's talk about the idea of coming out of the shadows as you talked about that there is now an attempt for folks like richard spencer for folks at storm front i would take this through the alright and we get the people like milo yannopoulos and others who are attempting to bring forward these racist ideas but package them in a much more palatable and almost intellectual way i mean you talk about the new orleans protocol tell us about that and where that leads so the new orleans protocol comes on the heels of of nine eleven it's a two thousand four gathering in new orleans of a number of white supremacist organizations david duke is the inspiration for the protocol having learned many lessons from his years of organizing as a clan and then as an elected official and essentially the the protocol argues that the movement has to evolve in some ways take a page from the civil rights movement itself by resorting to kind of politics respectability where it will fundamentally or officially renounce violence which is a sharp break from its clan roots it will.
"richard spencer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is you've experience at national unity i are at the centre for investigative reporting yeah i think the at sea are two things one is a think that there is a hunger for what we do which is investigative journalism and so we we we have seen our numbers grow right after the election of president trump i interviewed richard spencer before he was you know as well known as he is now and and we got a huge bug from that he is the head of the white separatist yeah he's he's he's he's otherwise premises and and and so we saw huge jump there uh i would say that part of the problem now becomes you know if you want to have conversations with people who are conservative or people who are part of the trump administration there there is no trust their whatsoever aware there may have been skeptical years past now there's like no real inroads here so it can be kind of complicated to to tell a full story it's interesting that you bring up interviewing richard spencer because i feel like in some ways that was the direct result of this post 2016 moment when media organizations where saint themselves where we in a bubble like how did we not see this cunning do we need to reach out more to the white working class or do we need to reach out to people who have created narratives about their experience that lead don't typically have on our air um and i imagine that that was it do you think that that was a calculation in terms of bringing spencer on for you a little bit of eel ethic the league after the election would the feeling in the newsroom was is that we we have to like rethink everything but with richard spencer initially we were working on an episode of reveal and you know.
"richard spencer" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"But it's grouped integrity first for america i think their name is who word sensors they're the ones that have brought the lawsuit against spencer no and they had this sort of op ed in the hill and equality these explaining you know why why they saw fit to why spencer is responsible for this while they saw fit to charges and they right they write hiding behind first and second men protection in order to skirt legal consequences for committing violence is unjustifiable this case is not about free speech racist are free to spout their hateful views but violence is neither legal nor protected carrying a gun and yelling racist epithets does not transform plan to violence into protected conduct now the as you just said ended which did that the woman who was killed was run over by a car they're actually going after him for three deaths because there were too i guess i don't feel like first responders or a helicopter crash and a helicopter the point is none of those three deaths had anything to do with guns but they seem did now they're bringing up carrying a gun is part of the problem here if there were people they are carrying guns illegally then go after them for that if they were carrying guns legally and they didn't shoot and not and it this this it's a non sequitur in line is your point of trying to terrify people and and using richard spencer to sort of further cynically to further your own ends and that sounds to me like what they're doing here dressed up as you know a we're not anti speech well you yet you are do autospy yeah i mean it's the i mean of course in this always deserves repetition and it's a boring point to make but it's one that is true is that is that the the entire idea of first men productions is not for you know my boring speech or your brain speeches for people like richard spencer which you know doesn't mean and some i don't know why the brain allows people to conflicted that with the fact that you agree or or appreciate the speech with the fact that you know there are.
"richard spencer" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The old right and he was very close to richard spencer remember richard spencer richard spencer is the guy who was behind some of those charlotte's ville rallies the turned into riots and the guy who got a bunch of people together saying high all trump and um okay uh the kathleen ryan prebble whose president the academy the holy cross in maryland wrote to parents last week the greg conte was fired immediately after students discovered on social media that conte was a member of the old right movement a conte wasn't hiding it at all in fact he had been there at charlottesville acting as a bodyguard four richard spencer and the richest fencers national policy institute describes itself to as dedicated to the heritage identity and future of people of european descent in the united states and around the world that's pretty general and um richard spencer said any podcast i don't know what would have happened to me in charlottesville or the old right as a whole without greg greg protected me as we fled the milet um really and okay here is part of the problem greg conte it had posted this now remember this is a catholic girl school he had posted this on the on his website we are now engaged in a societywide active seduction convincing your girlfriend or wife is not nearly enough there are too many um something out there and too many single slots we have to make a mass effort the flocks of manolis women need a deep lord to be like a shepherd unto them be publicly an obsequious lee protrump saturate the public sphere the end game is not getting peeved these stakes are way higher we must reassert control over our societies of weird to ensure our collective survival convincing are women as the next step once we take back are women the all too right we'll have control of the entire political landslide skit landscape okay do you really want someone teaching in a catholic girl school who says once we take back are women was he conan the barbarian uh i think they were okay to fire him or does that represent discrimination is discrimination against white people again big problem you think it is give us a call i hear a lot of hate couple of.
"richard spencer" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Organized under richard spencer gene was there is nothing good about those precise no no if you want an obscene my name is anti god on those very fine people in that crowd absolutely not in the way in a tied thought but but you know kieron's and your thoughts on it to me you know i've been in europe i've been in hungary and other places as the radical right emerged insult reemerged uh to me when they talk about western civilization it is precisely the way hitler and the nazis gone i'll western civilization as kind of idealized all white you know there's reason why albert speer hitler's architect is greco roman mon in a monumental buildings and so on it was the notion that western civilization is inherently superior because of his wife and that's to me when when there when the so called the uh all right talks about western civilization is an overtly racist play i don't know what you think about that but jerk sure well i mean they were marked they were generally blood in soil for god's sakes uh uh uh nuts steven that no you really can't by was hitler's slogan for laden's are outright the wrong won't mode the that was their chat am um yeah it doesn't really get any and you will not reprocess is also made reference to hold side me even i mean everything about it was just quite nationalists all the way through so but and here's the thing what i'm more concerned about is that the media is kind of letting him get a get away with this to some extent or is is failing to really noticed the the big elephant in the room when they talk you know there they were appalled of he was apologetic to them and that sort of thing for the really is the yes there these thousands of fight nationalists are organizing under the banner of donald trump nobody's talking about that nobody is i mean i i happen to know a hate crimes x or who went on cbs news um a a good guy and uh uh did he told me that he had made several remarks directly connecting the issue of hate crimes to donald trump all of those remarks cut edited out come nonc swab watery review my book i got a review in.
"richard spencer" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich
"I think richard spencer is they hateful a shameful man whose views are odious but should he be allowed to speak i think so should protesters be protected peacefully if they are peaceful protesters yes and i think that universities and even governors have got to pay if necessary to make sure that we continue to hold the freedom of speech as centrally in our society as as we do even for odious people i mean the advantage quite frankly of having people here utterly nonsensical odious remarks is that they can see them and hear them for themselves they can think for themselves instead of making a murder of richard spencer or anybody else who's who can't speak that's the danger you just make you you you give them a dignity that they shouldn't have if they're not if they're not allowed to speak a john mena right i have friends and family you say they were worried about the economy under obama and were relieved that money under trump's in and says the stock market is up four thousand points it was easy for me to stand up against the republican healthcare bill but i don't understand the stock market well enough to respond to this can you provide some context and the reason the stock market is up is that the stock market is already already calculated the benefits of a gigantic tax cut to corporations and as i said before that means a tax cut for shareholders so.
"richard spencer" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"What eclave inla's weekend now was as low as nine ruutel was it not michael mols the host of the michael knowles show which uh had a spencer clave and no relation what is related to richard spencer with any i'm not saying the fact that at least he says there's no relation i've i i shall and also we are we you and i are working around the clock to to cure the cleveland was weekend vis has been requested for years now and i think we've got it we'll finally i have had a way to avoid the pitfalls and catastrophes of declaring was weekend we have had a breakthrough we are recording a podcast of my new novel another kingdom and your perform i wrote it you were performing at you play this kind of hollywood guy right so that's the story of my life it's this failed hollywood guy can't catch a bray and you know s ever since my blank book i think this is the last roll i'll ever get in hollywood so we really gotta make this one counterfeits this is an important role for you this but but you're actually i mean i i hate to say this on arab and if if anyone repeats it all kill them but you are actually a very fine after i've i've seen like i've seen you play check off and you're doing a great job on this and basically this guy's a nobody and one day he walks through a door and finds himself in it not only in another kingdom this kind of fantasy kingdom filled with odors and goals and all this but he's also accused of murder he's accused finds himself on trial for murder he there it's a world with ogres in rat faced ladies and british accents and a kings and queens and.
"richard spencer" Discussed on 20/20
"After months of documenting their fight for a fractured america we brought white nationalist richard spencer nnt for member lacey mccauley together for an encounter which didn't involve police barricades or weapons loves me alesi mccauley i ask when you prefer not to shake your hand it doesn't start well i could smell they antifire activist from yards away the foul stench of never bathing mcauley refuses to condemn that infamous punch spencer took on inauguration day put me she got to stop you there a punch in the face is a punch in the face senna side as genocide i'm sorry but like i don't think anyone has sympathy for people who are actually actively advocating for policies of genocide you would like a white homeland and to me that says genocide people are going to suffer people are going to die i have no respect for that anyone's spencer blames and tifa for most of the violence between the groups but also insists his people will defend themselves were never going to win by unilaterally disarming ourselves we're going to win when they know that if they punch us we're going to punch them back so hard that they never knew would but isn't that excuse me prison the freeze of bs argument because if the goal is an all white homeland that is the girl how do you do that within the laws in the united states this is a big ideal for the future southern poverty law center.
"richard spencer" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Nieto confederates and i i agree with you i don't think it's fair to call them all nazis but they're worse swastika flags there and what's worse than that i didn't see any buddy from the other side any other people from the right wing so when when i see unite the right i think it couldn't even unite the old right he couldn't even bring the all light guys around and my question to you is knowing that even i understand you wanna give a speech about nationalism knowing the optics of that knowing that you're known by the friends that you keep y appear with richard spencer and the kkk well i don't think anybody knew the kkk was going to be there i certainly didn't when i went there and to be fair i don't think the kkk really was there i mean we're seeing this in the media read that the fake news media is trying to make this out to be some kind of kkk event but there were no hoods you know the the pictures they were showing were for months ago that's all a fake news narrative you would said at the richard spencer is a white nationalist and you would say he was involved in leading this event sure so uh i guess my question then is why would you allow yourself to be associated with somebody like richard spencer i don't have to agree with everyone at at and vat rate by appearing at an event i'm not in no way cosigning the opinions of her else who's there of course i think but did you agree with anyone at that event is is i i understand if they get some they have some kooks and then they have other points of view and it's a free speech event and it's a unite the right i understand that that would be a different thing but did you agree with with any of these people there.