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"richmond davis" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Judiciary Committee hearing testimony on the need for reforms in law enforcement the marquee witness felonies for who asked simply that his brother George's death not be in vain I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain stop us from being tired also at the hearing Angela Underwood Jacobs whose brother Patrick of federal protective officer was shot and killed in cold blood during Oakland's riots on may twenty ninth fox's John Roberts today president trump travels to Dallas for a round table meeting with religious and law enforcement leaders as protesters continue to hold a seven block area in Seattle declaring it autonomous from the United States the president tweeting a message to Seattle's mayor Jenny Durkan that domestic terrorists have taken over the area and urging her to take back your city now mayor Durkan tweeting the president should go back to his bunker protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist the statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota a statue of Christopher Columbus has been ripped down the search continues for a man who shot to St Louis Obispo county California sheriff's deputies witnesses have described the suspect in this case as a Hispanic male adult about five feet eight inches tall hundred fifty to a hundred sixty pounds with dark curly hair and a beard sheriff Ian Parkinson says one of the deputies shot in the head remains in serious condition America is listening to fox news in times of trouble when the world is on.

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Confederate and Columbus statues toppled by US protesters

Guy Benson

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Confederate and Columbus statues toppled by US protesters

"Protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist the statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota a statue of Christopher Columbus has been

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Protesters tear down statues of racist historical figures Jefferson Davis, Christopher Columbus, among others

Red Eye Radio

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

Protesters tear down statues of racist historical figures Jefferson Davis, Christopher Columbus, among others

"Protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota statue of Christopher Columbus has been ripped

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"richmond davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:32 min | 8 months ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So general please visit the palace while the Richmond Davis with the BC court of appeals the point of that is to this is important if you order but the District Court judge that's appointed his former job he hates it right if we bring new charges against general Flynn basically to tell that judge stop you don't have the constitutional authority to do that now at the same time that this remains a mystery is pending there are Senate hearings that are going to go under way led by senator Lindsey Graham chairman of the Judiciary Committee fifty three witnesses are gonna be called we just gave you some of the top pony clapper Brennan Baker brought page pretty impressive list fifty three of them I ask how many of the top five or six but I just mentioned no names will law take the Fifth Amendment friend of mine very well known lawyer a good friend of ours just said get me texting fifty three board will take the Fifth Amendment idea probably right all right that's exactly what ought to happen you are here the Fifth Amendment invoked many many times if anybody's got any brains in that hearing of course James Comey knows all the answers to everything I'm sure he'll be talking and explaining because he's the de facto president of the United States he protects the country he knows everything he's everywhere he's seen everywhere he is knowledgeable about all things I'm sure he won't I bet you he talks let me go to bed and honest and then laid out in some detail here what the Senate is considering okay yeah yeah and the conversation you just had with Andy is actually gonna play into this quite a bit let me lay out what they're gonna do first of all tomorrow in the Senate Judiciary Committee may twenty first the committee will meet in what is called an executive business meeting and they will put these fifty three on the table for consideration they will debate then US senator Feinstein has already said that she is going to oppose the motion they will do they will continue to debate there will be amenable I would imagine that their changes will not be made and then it has to do what has to happen is has to be what's called held over J. they have to hold the matter over until their next executive business meeting which happens to be on June fourth when they come to that executive business meeting on June fourth the committee will then have to vote on the subpoenas because again the ranking member Dianne Feinstein opposes the measure to it to issue the subpoenas so at that point on June fourth if a majority of the committee proves it those subpoenas will be issued but Jay this is the question I want to ask you and also may be anti you you know you you're saying and I think you're correct on this that most or all of these fifty three witnesses will plead the fifth in the committee is actually anticipating that as well but one of the questions they have J. as most of these fifty three individuals have already given testimony on this matter I mean I happen to be holding Susan rice's testimony right here on this exact matter and there's this question of if they've already spoken to the matter how much have they wait the minute right just wait I don't know the answer to that I wondered if you in any might be able to address it well they may you know look at him and they made the lawyers will I think still assert the Fifth Amendment and the and the the waiver issue we'll be what god did Lindsey Graham and others would argue but it will be if you were the lawyer you would still a sort yes I think it may be waived I don't know if it is or not but if I was a lawyer and I was asked the question and I would look at my client and I would say I refuse to answer on the grounds that the response tend to incriminate me Fifth Amendment and shut your mouth because the more you say the more you can be in contempt of Congress more you have committed perjury and the more you've dug a hole for yourself but these are politicians in many cases and they can't shut up they don't know one good advice is being given J. all right we're gonna take your calls we come back we have one line open one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten eight hundred six eight four three one one zero man what a day writs of mandamus Senate Judiciary Committee hearings your American center for law and justice in court this past Monday just a few days ago on this issue about masking so when you support the ACLJ all the things we're talking about in our ability to communicate it to you on this broadcast that's what you're supporting referred you to do that online at ACLJ dot org that's ACLJ dot org get your questions and comments and by Facebook and periscope will take some.

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"richmond davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And justice G. secular so general please visit the palace while the Richmond Davis with the B. C. court of appeals the point of that is to this is important it is to order that the District Court judge Vince appointed as former Jones he hates it right if we bring new charges against general plan basically to tell that judge stop you don't have the constitutional authority to do that now at the same time that this remains a mystery is pending there are Senate hearings that are going to go under way led by senator Lindsey Graham chairman of the Judiciary Committee fifty three witnesses are gonna be called we just gave you some of the top pony clapper Brennan Baker brought page pretty impressive list fifty three of them I ask how many of the top five or six but I just met no names will law take up at the moment a friend of mine very well known lawyer a good friend of ours just said get me texting fifty three board will take the Fifth Amendment idea probably right all right that's exactly what ought to happen you are here the Fifth Amendment invoked many many times if anybody's got any brains of that hearing of course James Comey knows all the answers to everything I'm sure he'll be talking and explaining because he's the de facto president of the United States he protects the country he knows everything he's everywhere he's seen everywhere he is knowledgeable about all things I'm sure he won't I bet you he talks let me go to bed and honest and then laid out in the end in some detail here what the Senate is considering okay yeah yeah and the conversation you just had with Andy is actually gonna play into this quite a bit let me lay out what they're gonna do first of all tomorrow in the Senate Judiciary Committee may twenty first the committee will meet in what is called an executive business meeting and they will put these fifty three on the table for consideration they will debate then US senator Feinstein has already said that she is going to oppose the motion they will do they will continue to debate there will be amenable I would imagine that their changes will not be made and then it has to do what has to happen is has to be what's called held over J. they have to hold the matter over until their next executive business meeting which happens to be on June fourth when they come to that executive business meeting on June fourth the committee will then have to vote on the subpoenas because again the ranking member Dianne Feinstein opposes the measure to it to issue the subpoenas so at that point on June fourth if a majority of the committee proves it those subpoenas will be issued but Jay this is the question I want to ask you and also may be anti you you know you you're saying and I think you're correct on this that most or all of these fifty three witnesses will plead the fifth in the committee is actually anticipating that as well but one of the questions they have J. as most of these fifty three individuals have already given testimony on this matter I mean I happen to be holding Susan rice's testimony right here on this exact matter and there's this question of if they've already spoken to the matter how much have they wait the minute right just wait I don't know the answer to that I wondered if you in any might be able to address it well they may you know look at him and they made the lawyers will I think still assert the Fifth Amendment and the and the the waiver issue we'll be what god did Lindsey Graham and others would argue but it will be if you were the lawyer you would still a sort yes I think it may be waived I don't know if it is or not but if I was a lawyer and I was asked the question and I would look at my client and I would say I refuse to answer on the grounds that the response tend to incriminate me Fifth Amendment and shut your mouth because the more you say the more you can be in contempt of Congress more you have committed perjury and the more you've dug a hole for yourself but these are politicians in many cases and they can't shut up they don't know one good advice is being given J. all right we're gonna take your calls we come back we have one line open one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten eight hundred six eight four three one one zero man what a day writs of mandamus Senate Judiciary Committee hearings your American center for law and justice in court this past Monday just a few days ago on this issue about masking so when you support the ACLJ all the things we're talking about in our ability to communicate it to you on this broadcast that's what you're supporting referred you to do that online at ACLJ dot org that's ACLJ dot org get your questions and comments and by Facebook and periscope will take some more of.

Richmond Davis
"richmond davis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hey we're gonna take your phone calls around the corner for two congressmen who were kind enough to join us we'll introduce them in just a moment but little reminder biggies which has curbside service is closed on Mondays so they're not open but injury is another proud sponsor of the show is open and they've got those great tenderloin sandwiches with grilled peppers and onions and that's available today starting I think eleven o'clock an old Collinsville road in beautiful o'fallon Illinois which is not the district for Rodney Davis I think that's Mike boasts district but to Rodney Davis of course represents Illinois parts of Illinois on Capitol Hill he's a Republican also joining us on the line right now representing St Louis Lacy clay a Democrat from Missouri good morning gentlemen thanks for joining Amy and me on KMOX good morning Charlie good morning a million tumor goods returned Rodney Davis good morning buddy good to see laci last week but Charlie any thanks for having us all well Rodney Davis can you believe it was unanimously supporting a two trillion dollar package did you ever think you'd live to see that no I didn't and I don't think lazy ever thought we'd see something like this either but it's a it's a it's an emergency like I've said before one of the first photo ever cast as a member of Congress was for superstorm sandy relief I got a lot of criticism back in my district and some from the media some from my own party somebody who represents a district along the Mississippi River I know that if there's one thing that Congress should do right that's a disaster assistance and we are in the worst economic disaster of my lifetime what congressman go ahead I'm sorry go ahead no John Richmond Davis is absolutely right this is the worse worse healthcare pandemic and the worse economic collapse that I barely witness in in my life I am too and that's why it's so important that we come together this is this doesn't affect yours Democrats are Republicans in affects all Americans and that's why I was glad we were able to pass the the stimulus package last Friday one congressman Davis I know the bill was massive and it's impossible for anyone to know every detail that was in there will be figuring that out in the months and years to come but how much was this philosophy a motivating factor and that is it's better to help the people and the businesses who don't need it then to risk not helping those who do well I don't think the business is doing don't need our going to access the capital we're not going to want to deal with the headaches of dealing with government and a process it's going to be much more than what you're used to but we've got to have the assistance for our main street businesses work this is nothing like that the financial crisis in two thousand and three and from large banks over leverage themselves and and had to get a bridge well this is a bridge along to our main street businesses and communities that I represent in college in the urban areas the communities of the stores that rely upon walking customers to survive can be a viable part of the local community in the rural areas that I represent the town square in my hometown of Taylorsville eleven thousand people has has almost zero cars parked around these are the ones with this book focused on there I think yeah I agree with Lacey this is the worst healthcare crisis that we've seen in our lifetimes and it has caused us to go from an economy that all of us promised we would get to a low unemployment rate all of us when we ran for Congress promised we would get to well that was less than four weeks ago americana has been destroyed by this virus and we had to do something okay let me let me add that you know the the cares that the bill that we passed Friday has several goals and one arm is saving American lives save American jobs and helping small businesses.

"richmond davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Meanwhile, Ben Cardin, cruise to a third term of the US added easily defeating GOP challenger Tony Campbell to the board for some other results, and we're getting into majority of precincts territory here with a few very sizable leads attorney general democrat Brian fresh with a sixty two percent to thirty seven lead over Republican Craig Wolff the US house races district one ante Harris with a sixty percent to thirty seven percent lead over democrat. Jesse Kovin in district to democrat troopers burger with a big margin over Republican, Liz maturity, sixty three to thirty three and in district three Democrat, John Sarbanes? Lead over Republican Charles Anthony at the same four democrat Elijah Cummings district seven with a big lead over Republican Richmond. Davis Baltimore County executive. It's democrat Jon Olshevsky at fifty-six percent Republican junior at forty three percent. And a Rondo county executive the Democrats Stewart Pittman with fifty to forty seven lead over Republican Steve shoe and the in Howard county the executive race their Republican Alan Kittelmann trailing the democrat Calvin ball fifty four to forty five percent. And finally in the Bali questions. Do I have those in front of me apparently is right here. Oh, my many many numbers and facts and figures here question one the concerning education funding, four eighty nine percent against eleven and question to concerning election day, voter registration. That's the one where we could have a law permitting people to register to vote on election day and devote the same day early results there the four at seventy three percent and the against at twenty seven percent. Fifty six degrees in Baltimore, rob Lloyd for six eighty w CBS news..

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"richmond davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"One free. Get your balances out his body and his mind and his spirit, adding dynamites their diet has every single dog, and my kennel looking better than they have ever looked their skin is so much better. Now that they're on the raw diet. I don't even give them the Kibble anymore. NO V, I T E dot com. CBS news time ten three. Rob Lloyd fruit in the six eighty WCBS. Maryland, new Senator Larry HOGAN is the first Republican governor to win reelection in Maryland since nineteen fifty four by beating democrat, Ben jealous, HOGAN, only the second Republican governor to win two terms in Maryland's history. One in a state where Democrats, of course, outnumber Republicans two to one. Meantime, Ben Cardin, cruise to a third term in the US Senate easily defeating GOP challenger Tony Campbell Carden said little while ago. He's very gratified and flattered to again, earn the confidence of Maryland voters. Attorney general early on a big lead for a Brian frosh. The democrat incumbent over Republican challenger Craig Wolff, the US house picture district one with less than twenty percent of the vote in Republican Andy Harris putting some distance between himself and democrat. Jesse kovin? A fifty seven percent to forty-two lead district to with under ten percent of the vote. Counted here troopers burger, the democrat incumbent with a big lead over Republican Liz maturity other big early leads district three John Sarbanes the democrat over Republican Charles Anthony. District seven democrat Elijah Cummings over Republican Richmond Davis and also a big lead early on for the democrat, Jamie Raskin over Republican John Walsh in district aide. Baltimore County executive with less than ten percent of the vote counted here democrat, Jon Olshevsky juniors. Sixty three percent Republican Al red merge at thirty seven percent. And the valid questions question one. That's the one concerning education funding, the beginning in twenty twenty the governor must include specified amounts from gambling revenues in the state budget for public education. In addition to any other state funding for public education early on with the numbers, but an indication here with four at eighty nine percent against at eleven percent question to concerns election day, voter registration. That's the one where we could have a law permitting people to register to vote on election day and vote the same day early on the numbers. Four seventy three percent and against twenty-seven percent w news time ten oh five. We'll check weather after this..

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"richmond davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"richmond davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eighty WCBS Ron seventy two thousand votes currently separate a Gila into centers down in Florida with the Santa's leading and roughly the same number separating Bill Nelson. And Rick Scott. For the Senate race down there. And again, other Republican leading an Arizona, by the way. This is a fascinating race to take a look at no results in yet. But you have the cinema who has in the past. She's a democrat said things like Arizona as the meth lab of the entire country and called Arizona's crazy and curiously she's still running race. We'll see how that plays out some results in some of the local races, by the way. And this is with. Not a whole lot of votes in yet. Hogan and Rutherford. They're currently there. They've been announced as the winners. They have fifty eight point nine percent of the votes, so far and the controller Peter franchise at seventy seven percent of the vote so far. Brian frosh? It looks like he will once again be the attorney general for the state of Maryland beating Craig wolf he has sixty five percent of the vote so far and the racist already been called on the US Senate for Ben Cardin, Tony Campbell around twenty percent of the vote and you had a sixty five percent for Ben. And maybe six percent for Arvin Vohra who is libertarian candidate. And you'll Simon. I had a five point seven seven percent of the vote, ante Harris looks like walkaway there, by the way. I am currently with fifty three fifty eight percent of the only a total of nine thousand votes in in that way, so far. So it's not a huge number. Liz battery is trailing Dutch troopers burger in the second as a seventy percent of the vote to matters roughly thirty percent of the vote. There are a couple of minor writing candidates beyond them and John Sarbanes looks like here retain his seat. The congressional third Elijah Cummings over Richmond Davis and again Elijah Cummings. Also here retain his democrat seat. No surprises here whatsoever in the Baltimore County race. For the Baltimore County executive so far at Johnny. Oh leads in that race. I'll read Moore has route thirty seven percent of the vote. Johnny has sixty two percent of the vote. And again, there's a total of roughly one hundred thousand votes in so far there. I don't know what percentage of the total vote that is. But those are not particularly good numbers for Allred Merkley, so early evening, of course, we do not know exactly which districts are in which polling places are in yet in which are not we'll find out over time Markaz in Baltimore City. I'll tell you what Mark. Yeah. We have time for this. Mark. Good evening. How are you? Yes. Good evening. Bruce, Pat, Pat and company, I just returned back from election. Judge coincides at a former high school. City. I like the early voting transform last week would have cost around four hundred people voted on precinct. It was a little bit. Well, as you can understand because I think a record center in midterm elections early voting, but we worked hard. I just got home here. Five forty five to Swannee we made a wheel after to get there early to set up. We were ready by the polls open grows up promptly finished up by nine and I got back here. People have finally looking forward to. Excised democracy. So I just wanted to let you know, how how it went as election God's, and it was very appreciative. So those are the wasn't I got to say I've got to get the fan. A market, and it sounds as if you had a couple of cups of coffee and then two cops. Dunkin donuts. But it was very nice people are very friendly and so forth. What was the volume Mark? What was the volume of the voters steady throughout was it. Heavy. It was it like. And I think it was steady for you know, we we did a couple of people that whatever the closing bell at eight o'clock. But I think it was I think it was in and out. You know, we didn't know what to expect. Record-setting early voting records. But this is the best. We can do. We did get some snacks. You know with coffee and all kinds of good things. So I guess we'll we made a supreme athlete. He will say that was your questions since you are a judge and have actually been in this process. We had a caller earlier during the seven o'clock hour who said that he had early onset Parkinson's, and he had one whale of a time trying to keep his hands steady and color and just tiny little circles. And I said, I asked is there a is your way that somebody can offer assistance. If you say, this is what I want vote this way. And he said that the election judges were he was said that there was nothing else available or with the judges. They're mistaken on that. Mark. I think it was because personnel. We voted needed. You know? In two ways one if they had a friend or somebody who is qualified to be in the system to judges one of each party ever. I I did a lot of fifty with the judge had a party as far as voters needed assistance in various areas that that sounds reasonable to me it did not sound reasonable. There's somebody who had early onset Parkinson's the handshake and going on. And you have trouble keeping their pen steady. Or if you have a blind voter come in who wants to cast his or her vote and wasn't able to do. So Mark, thanks for your call. Thanks for clearing that up. Thank you so much on night night night to you. We got a while to go here yet election two thousand eighteen this is talk radio six eighty WCBS. I'm Bruce Elliott. Is a Fox News alert. I'm rich Denison. We're starting to get a clearer picture of.

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