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"robert armstrong" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"The years on us information in real time Use radio 7 40, because they listen are age. Well, you know, Republicans are not known for getting angry. They're just not to release If they do get angry, they don't express it very well. Is this the thing that the need to fight back and the president's willingness to fight back? Is this enough to get more Republicans to stand up? And fight back. Dr. Robin Armstrong joins us are in seeking many men. By the way, while you're wrong. Could you write me a scrip for some lithium? I could use some I think we could all use a little bit was put them in the water. Okay, Republicans have expected fairness and I don't feel that Republicans were given fairness in this election. What do you think? Well, no, no, it was not fair at all. In fact, it was it was it was supposed to be unfair. From the beginning. The Democrats were planning this all along. And, yes, Republicans are angry. Republicans are going to fight this. You know, if anything else, Donald Trump has taught us how to fight. And I think this is the most important thing to fight over and to fight for to make sure that we have fair elections in the United States of America. That's just not happening. The Democrats have taken advantage of a situation A pandemic and used that as a pretext to expand his mail in voting, try by voting drive thru voting any any kind of voting that you could get? They use it to expand and they're in the system is fraught with fraud, which is what we do would happen. They knew it would happen. They knew it would create chaos. And they would be exactly where we are today. What is that? What is that? What we have to fight? What does that tell us, though, when you when you know it's when you know it's coming. When you know it's coming. How is that? They do know fastballs coming down the middle of Republicans and we with on it. How does that happen? Well, because we are taught were caught unprepared because No way. Try to believe the good in people. We try to think there's no way this could happen. We try to prepare. We figured they're running against Joe Biden. We figured that there's there's we have to run up the score. The waves deal with fraud in elections as you just run up the score, you win by a large about obviously, that did not happen in the process in the position that we're in right now. I mean, I think that that we certainly the way you fight this foul lost early on, and X once was lost. We were trying to stop the bailiff voting unsuccessful in many states. You know, because they want the governorships. They want the Legislature's their supreme courts of those states. So about many, many lost who tried to be on top of things, but unfortunately I'm not able to win all of them. In Texas. We were able to stop some of it another states. We were unable to it, so it's frustrating beyond reason. But we've got a fight, Nan and we've got a fight. We've got a fight because we have to make sure this never ever happens again to another president. Race and memories are short, though I'm afraid. Okay. Giuliani was talking about filing not just federal lawsuits in different states, but actually a national federal lawsuit. Is that what it's going to take? Well, yes, it's going to take both. Probably it's going to take both because we know that there's a level of ah, fraud that takes place in every race. It doesn't matters usually where the race is not as close as it is now. But when the racist or close it matters And we need to make sure a voting system that the American people can believe in and that they know it's fair that is exposed important things. Right now. This is not fair is that the franchise is against the Republicans. It is just It's not right. What is happening, and Republicans are upset. We're mad. You know, we're not great calm and were not very happy right now. So we're gonna fight this. All right? Keep fighting the good fight. Thank you, Dr Armstrong. Dr. Robert Armstrong. Joining us here on NewsRadio 7 40 Katya rage coming up time saving traffic from the Gulf.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We look at the numbers here in Indiana of our Corona virus Dashboard, and we see how many tests How many positive cases this or that. What do we have to do as a nation to kind of get out of this thing like now that we've kind of gotten down this rabbit hole of shutting businesses down, shutting bars down? What do we have to see to get the heck out of this thing? Well, you know, I'll tell you what the standard has been in the standards. It has been this way in Texas as well, which, I think is a wrong standard, and what we've done is we've taken the percentage of cases that are better positive that percentage out of the test number tests that we're doing and what society is. That is if it's under 10% that we open things up if it's over, 10% Positivity rate that we shut things down. I think that's a wrong standard. Most people who get over 19 are going to be 5 99% of people are going to be okay. What we should do is is have everyone go backto work. Have the kids go back to school and protect those who are most vulnerable. We need to protect our nursing home residents. I believe that at the very beginning a month into this, all of our resource is should have been placed towards towards protecting those who are most vulnerable in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. That's where our efforts would have been, you know, sure, certainly would have benefited New York tremendously had At Mario Cuomo, taking that advice and just focused on the nursing home residents sitting ill people back to the nursing homes. And so I think we could have done this much better. I think that most people are going to be fine with covert 19. They may have an illness of fever, chills. Most people will recover. And I think using hydroxy Cork went early on actually would have would have completely lifted a lot down because I believe it has been effective and had people just have the courage to use it Widespread. I think that we would have had a lot down at all. You know what else has been politicized your doctor to speak with Dr Robert Armstrong previewing kind of the RNC, the Republican National Convention this week. He's an RNC committed men from Texas and also a doctor there. I think the whole issue of masks has been politicised. I am not by any means of an anti massacre at all, Doctor. Although sometimes I wonder I we were just talking about this on the air. It's like on one hand. I'm being told that the masks won't keep me safe. Keep me from getting the Corona virus. But at the same time the other side I'm being told that it's going to save other people protect other people from getting the virus, so I'm not protected by wearing a mask, but I'm protecting somebody else and that I like and I know it's politicized. I'm just wondering where you are with with the issue of mass mandates, you know, I think that that is that is the case. You know, I think that I think common sense They all with this situation. You know, I think that that's certainly you know, if you're the zinger, causing a mask is potentially going to protect someone. If you have covert 19, and you're teasing and Putting producing droplets all over the table and such where people are going to touch. I think that masks will protect them. But if you have no symptoms, then I think you're probably state without a mask. I think if you're able to socially distance, you know, certainly You don't need to wear a mask out outdoors. That would be silly. You know, I think if they're going to be ah, Close to people got the sniffles. I think a mask will protect others from you. But I think for the most part, I certainly not favorite band dates. I think if you educate people properly, then people will do the right thing to protect the neighborhood. Protect their family. You know, you don't have to mandate these things. Government should not be mandating it. Ah, mask for anyone. You know, So I strongly believe that that that that people should be properly educated. Not believe if you have the sniffles. If you have called, then you probably shouldn't wear a mask to protect others, but otherwise you're probably fine without it. He is a RNC committeeman from the state of Texas Doctor Robin Armstrong. Doctor. Thank you so much for taking time and have a good convention. Okay? Yes. Thank you for having me. You got it. The hammer and Nigel show 93 ibc A motorcycle.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"Have a two eighty eight south freeway outbound they had a stall right in the center lane in a bad spot under the south loop's extend our records moved him out of the way safely everybody's fine and you can't tell you have a problem coming down from coming down from the canyon on the northbound pair lined up as twenty minutes on two eighty eight I'm Scott Mike in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center lots of clouds a twenty percent chance of showers and it is warm very warm low eighties to low nineties I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the weather channel seventy six in Conroe and seventy six here the case here H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center ten to our top story twenty seven patients with corona virus at a Texas city nursing home are being treated with the anti malaria drug hydroxy chloride one doctor Robert Armstrong is administering the drug and he told Houston's morning news it's safe I've not had any patients have any issues with with hydroxy Cork with none it's it's a very safe drug has been around for about eighty years now and it's it's used commonly for leukocyte use commonly for literature itis doctor Armstrong says of his own mother we're suffering from cold at nineteen he would give her the drug greater Houston area has just under thirty four hundred cases and fifty deaths Harris County has eight hundred twenty six cases with a dozen deaths the city which is counted separately from the county now has thirteen hundred twenty cases and eleven have lost their lives the state has just under ninety two hundred one hundred seventy six Texans have died but cover county.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Information early and they didn't want to do a very they seem to be very China centric early in his White House briefing the president said he will put a hold on the WHL funding but later said he would take a look at that possibility Greg Clugston Washington president trump predicts that the US economy will go up like a rocket ship once we're through the worst of the corona virus outbreak with the stimulus and with the pent up demand I think we can really do numbers that are equivalent and maybe even better than we were doing before within a fairly short period of time that's what my hope is he also announced that his administration is asking Congress for additional two hundred fifty billion dollars for a program that offers forgivable loans to small businesses who keep workers on the payroll those kinds of primary met with many delays and difficulties as people try to protect themselves from the coronavirus cotton is the first state to hold a primary when much of the country is under state home orders amid the corona virus pandemic although democratic governor Tony Evers tried Monday to postpone the primary at the last minute both Wisconsin Supreme Court and the U. S. Supreme Court stepped in and voters headed to the polls Tuesday results weren't going to be released until next week many voting rights groups have warned that a solution to avoid putting voters at risk needs to be reached soon or turned out to be dramatically affected in the general election in November Bernie Bennett reporting I used to doctor who's a Republican National Committee members says he's using an anti malaria drug to treat some of the more than eighty people infected a Texas nursing home Dr Robert Armstrong said Tuesday that he's using the program nearly thirty residents more the stories a town hall dot com for cancer treatment most prefer effective non invasive well tolerated outpatient therapy that's Dr Lieberman the radiosurgery pioneers goal to doctor Lieberman is first in America first in New York first.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The house judiciary committee's impeachment prime time show hit the air for several hours last night and several of Florida's members of Congress had their parts to play as Democrats accused president trump of abusing power bay area Republican Greg still be accuse them of abusing the process Democrats have now created standard if you don't give them what they want when they want it they won't teach you for obstruction of Congress this is not the solemn duty envisioned by the founders Democrats say the president must be held accountable over the Ukraine situation today the committee may hold a final vote to send impeachment to the floor Ellis park detectives bust a grown man they say was sexting a thirteen year old girl police tell us they were called by a middle school teacher because the child wouldn't put the phone away in class the teacher took the phone and found those messages the man accused Kyle camp is thirty five years old and according to police knows the victim personally he faces one count and there could be more depending on what detectives find in his phone another one of the Polk County sheriff's prostitution stings with a holiday twist operation Santa's naughty list one hundred twenty four arrests so far crystalline advocate for the group one more child says this crack down on human trafficking and would be child predators will offer counseling and help to those victims so when the Johns are come in here they're not just buying sacks they're benefiting off of often our childhood suffering and at the very least our current suffering here are the bare facts on one of the Johns fifty six year old Rodney Davis a security guard at Disney world one of those arrested video showed him naked they say as he had gold with an undercover detective search teams Wednesday recovered the body of a missing scuba diver off the coast of Sarasota police lieutenant Robert Armstrong tells news channel eight the cause of his death not yet determined I mean we don't.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Trapped inside their cars at the busy intersection in Broward county four two jewelry store robbery suspects opened fire on police had few options some tried to drive out of the way others hunkered down their cars waiting for it to end the Miramar police department as the first agency to release nine one one calls people made relating to the incident all right in front of the U. P. S. Bobby was shooting and the politics of man is he endured in anyway he is not injured when the police came to the car he laid back so that he did you get here the calls police released Wednesday were made after the shooting stopped and were from people who were in the intersection or close by when the gunfire began an appeals court is refusing to dismiss a lawsuit against Florida power and light by a former resident of a Hollywood nursing home ninety six year old Bernie small tree sat in sweltering conditions at the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills when the power was knocked out during hurricane Irma the suit alleges that negligence contributed to the link the outage F. P. L. argues that is a mutant from lawsuits stemming from acts of god Florida's application has been approved for membership in a program that allows exchanging voter related data with other states and effort long sought by county supervisors of elections the approval contention on legislative funding is expected to allow Florida have more accurate voter rolls making voting easier and reducing cost to taxpayers search teams Wednesday recovered the body of a missing diver off the coast of Sarasota police say fifty six year old Hugh cheat trend was diving for stone crabs when he was reported missing Sarasota police lieutenant Robert Armstrong tells news channel late the cause of his death has not yet been determined we don't know at this point he may have had a medical emergency so it could have been something out of his control with.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"The win after yesterday's testimony by Robert Muller the Democrats had nothing and now they have less than nothing and Miller confirmed he was allowed to do his job without interference there goes obstruction RNC commitment Robert Armstrong actually says he felt bad for Miller who didn't look pretty very sharp yesterday like he didn't have a hospital faculties there and I think that the Democrats should be ashamed of themselves for putting him in that situation and yet Democrat leaders maintain this is far from over there still pursuing criminality will they give up the witch hunt that's what ever that's our question today KJRH dot com and you can sound off on our Facebook page there a new poll numbers mean time giving the president good news his approval rating up to forty six percent now according to fox news he also gets fifty two percent approval on how he's handled the booming economy fifty one percent of you say the economy is either excellent or good and that's the best number we have seen since the year two thousand one Democrats of course want to paint president trump is a races but the executive director of the national diversity coalition projects the president will more than doubled his support among blacks and Latinos next year as a muse Matthew Wilson won't go that far but he says there's growing support among those groups that often goes unnoticed some of the black and Hispanic support for president trump get a little below the surface get scraps held quite early and close to the vest what do you think DOT majorities plane means but perhaps significant enough minorities to give him a real asset and election Wilson says of the president only increases minority support by a third there's no way Democrats win the White House more news on demand KJRH dot com now we go to the Michael berry show I'm sure fryer and uses news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty Katie our age it's that time time lock and load is on the while we were doing the morning show yesterday this show.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"Police had said right from the beginning that his story was full of holes and inconsistencies so far. This point little Malia is still missing police say blood evidence found at the man's apartment has been linked to the missing girl and illegal immigration scheme in Houston is uncovered the US attorney says there have been dozens of arrests in a scheme that involved the creation of sham marriages to obtain a legal immigration status. The organizers charge fifty. Grand to arrange fake marriages, even providing a wedding album to make it look like a real marriage. Prosecutors say one hundred people have been charged and fifty are in custody cliff Saunders. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h battle over property. Pay raises for firefighters is getting worse. Mayor Silvester Turner pledged a crackdown on firefighters who insulted him on social media or campaigned at fire stations, Katie rich, legal expert. Chris critic oh told Houston's morning news. The mayor can't possibly try to follow through on that. He's a lawyer and legislator for too long to try to do something that latently violative of the first amendment. So I just don't think. Do pictures of the mayor campaigning at fire stations have been spread on social media. The forgotten man making a comeback economically. Under President Trump RNC committeeman. Robert Armstrong tilt Houston's morning news. This will help all Republicans in two twenty twenty. That would folks are willing to vote Republican at the top of the ballots. They're going to entertain some of our candidates down below as well without straight ticket voting helpless, quite a bit KTAR news time eleven four. It'll be a special freedom over Texas event when Houston celebrates July fourth the Johnson Space Center is partnering with the city to celebrate the Apollo eleven moon landing and headliners for the event this year include country stars Jayco and and Kelly pickler. Well, thanks to technology and research, we could live to be one hundred Lee Richardson with the brain performance center told Houston's warning news that sounds good. But she's got questions. Physical health, but we're out. Camin fatter than to be fit..
"robert armstrong" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I a little bit skeptical. Seemed almost too good to be true. Had you had never heard of him. I'm sure of that. I had not heard of him. Robert Armstrong, the former head of MIT's chemical engineering department joins KO's board of directors after medoff told him about the electron beam. Accelerator his inventive way of breaking down. Biomass. The electron beam is truly a game changer. I was told that it's the holy grail getting access to the sugars people at MIT are working on it people in national labs bet. Nobody's gotten it done yet has done. It co has done it. A. Of course, MIT couldn't get it done. He's right about that. He outsmarted MIT. And now, he's Lord some pretty powerful man to his board of directors, including former shell oil executive, Sir, John Jennings and three former cabinet secretaries. Steve two of the department of energy, George souls. Former secretary of state and former Defense Secretary William Perry. Well, I thought he was another Thomas Edison. Another Thomas at another Thomas says a genius. Very eccentric genius genius. Who had come up with this totally revolutionary idea? He definitely is a character. I come from a world of characters in my scientific world, but he's not a scientist. But he has all the attributes many successful. Scientists you have to believe in yourself. You have to say this is going to work is there enough biomass to supply enough of this ethanol or gasoline in the world. It can make a significant dent a possible. Thirty percent dent in the petroleum market. According to a report by.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"Plant life for biomass machines, like these are typically used to strengthen materials such as wiring and cable men often mention was to use the accelerator the opposite way to break biomass apart. Maybe you can tell us how the electron accelerator works. It's pretty simple. It's basically exceleron added electricity. And so what happens is that? They get celebrated downward downward where the biomasses and they ram into the biomass and rip it apart. Doesn't sound that extrordinary when you hear it except no one else about I think, I think. Fantastic stuff is simple eyesight. And none of the big scientists who were working round the clock to figure out how to get the sugars that were all messing with things like sulfuric acid and steam explosion and crazy stuff like that. Which is very expensive all that stuff. Expensive electronic injured in expense. His inventive use of the accelerators. Caught the attention of investors who saw a potential goal mine, and the technology they gave medoff's companies Isla co hundreds of millions of dollars allowing him to scale up and build this factory in Moses Lake Washington. So he could turn his invention into reality. It's scheduled to be fully operational this spring here agricultural residue like these corn cobs is trucked in from nearby farms. Ground up lasted by the electron accelerator, and then combined with a proprietary enzyme mix. This process medoff's remarkable invention releases plant sugars that he's now using to make products. He claims will solve some of the world's most intractable problems affecting not just the environment. But also, our health one of the plant sugars called silos and medoff says it could reduce obesity and diabetes since it is consumable and low in calories. Xylitol called would sugar, and it has an unusual property that your oral bacteria cannot use it. So it won't decay your teeth sugar that doesn't decay or tedious Hallelujah. It's healthier Shogo. It doesn't do the same things to you drink all the coke it up to drink diet coke anymore. It would taste the same. Course, it tastes Dame's tastes like real sugar that so I tried it myself trust. But verify I did that I wouldn't die within died. He just sweet. I mean, he's very sweet, yes. Yes. Very sweet getting a little crowded in here. Craig with the investor funds men off also opened a forty five million dollar testing facility and Wakefield Massachusetts, a far cry from the garage, and he hired more than seventy scientists and engineers who have come up with a sugar based product aimed at another impervious problem, some call it a plague the accumulation of plastic debris, and you have said the plastic should be outlawed. Yes. The plastics that are being you should be because all doing accumulating and this enormous amount of ocean that's being despoiled. And if you take a plastic bag. Yup. Or a plastic. Bottle of diet Pepsi and throw it away. It could be there for five hundred years Mola, most plastics are made from petroleum medoff makes plastic from plants. It seemed to us that his product was hard to distinguish from regular plastic except in one key way. He put the chemical engineer David, you blonde, sqi says that xylocaine bioplastic invention can be programmed to disintegrate over specific timespans ranging from years to as quickly as eleven weeks, you could just take this, and he can find this, very degraded. Oh, and it's hard. So in eleven weeks. It's it's already on its way to disintegrating that is correct. Perhaps medoff's. Most consequential discovery is how to extract the plan sugars and convert them into environmentally friendly bio fuels ethanol gasoline and jet fuel. And I'm told that you call this thing a still visits. It's actually making alcohol right now alcoholic you drink or you can put in your car all you can do both. On the road again. Some martial. I am driving a huge truck on biomass fuel. Doesn't feel any different than normal guess to NATO. Wouldn't know men are ethanol is much better than regular corn. Ethanol in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Seventy seven percent better. According to a study that was independently reviewed very ice Jinyan. Solution. I. Really like Stein young host. I little bit skeptical. I sing almost too good to be true. Have you had never heard of him? I'm sure of that. I had not heard of him. Robert Armstrong, the former head of MIT's chemical engineering department joins Isla coz board of directors after medoff told him about the electron beam..
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"This is Houston's morning news with Jimmy Barrett and sheriff fryer, it is seven seventeen here in Houston's morning news yesterday on FOX. Republican House whip Steve Scalise? The Republican from Louisiana stated that their quota big negotiations underway on increased funding for border wall. Here to talk about with us, Robert Armstrong committee banned for the RMC. I think a lot of folks are certainly hoping that's the case, Robin. What do you think is really going on behind the scenes on this? I think that they're fighting for now because they're seeing, you know, we're at a position now that we're not going to happen until the house January it so we need to get this. Push Nancy Pelosi space. It's not going to allow her to get this done. I believe circumstances required. Now with just caravan coming up. Democrats and Republicans are are are threatened by that I believe that politically threatened by that I believe that that that's such now that we have an opportunity to do it and it needs to get done. Now. This was the Geneva is gonna get done if it's going to beat them with the next two years if it doesn't get done with this congress. Do you think voters, especially Republican voters will blame congress or blame the president for not getting done? You know, I think at this point is certainly proposed certainly show that they're they're they're blaming scores. A popular institution. I think that the polls will I think that the public will blame congress, and I believe, you know, that's appropriate. I think that the president's talked about getting this quarters here getting the border wall tried to get funding for the border wall has been unable to do it. Because of the Senate, I believe that. Now, we actually have a Senate Democrats in the Senate who who who are going to be open to to getting this funding through it allows. It this caravan apple leave it gives us a great opportunity to get it does. Okay. I thought was interesting as you heard the comments that was made by one of our esteem United States senators, but basically what was said was that we well Senator Kennedy one of my favorite senators, the Republican for Louisiana who basically said we do not have an immigration law problem, we have an enforcement problem. So he doesn't sound like he's open to the idea of making any changes in immigration law, which I think some Republicans probably are open. Into that idea. And tell you that I think what Senator Kennedy was communicating was was that was that we we certainly are not enforce our loss. And that is what he's saying. But at the at the head of enforcement have to have security, and we have to get a border wall built. And I believe that he will be wholly insane for that. You know, we can't do we can't pass any immigration laws until the border is secure. And I believe that every Republican left leaning Republican writing Republican believes that support has to cure before we think about any immigration laws, DACA or anything else to order has to be as I recall the president's asking for what about five billion dollars is that enough to secure the border? Well, I it's not going to be enough. But it certainly will get us started down a lot of he's had one point six billion. So far he's gonna eat to ask for more. But I believe that if this, you know, this large amount here from allocated for congress, then their ways that he can get other departments that. Put this thing together over time. But I think I think we need a big chunk now to really start ramping up of border sported while building. And if we get that, I think it's going to help a lot for all right, Robin is always thank you, Robin Armstrong with the RNC joining us here on News Radio seven forty KTAR h another round of traffic and.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"Fryer seventeen our time here on Houston's morning news. We've seen the total lack of civility with the left. And now we're starting to see some signs of potential violence. It's one thing to be rude. And crude is quite another thing to threaten people physically order, harass them. Which is a lot of overseeing in the problem. Evidently, it's not them. They don't think it's it. It's us. It's it's conservatives, and they've been told by the leadership that we're the problem. Robert Armstrong joins us committee man for the are you worried about this going to the next level, Robin. Absolutely. I am concerned. Whatever Democrats blame us for everything that they actually are doing and yes, I am concerned about it. Because when you have the former presidential candidates Hillary Clinton saying there can't be no servility until Democrats or elected. And when you have Maxine Waters you facto leader party. Her Nancy Pelosi saying the ticket in their face. Not drive them out of restaurants, attack them wherever they are sidewalks and the streets when you have that taking place, Dan, certainly you're gonna have, you know, a large part of their constituency get angry and go out carry out some sort of violent that. So I heard about this anger seems to be predicated on the fact that they think they're justified in doing it because of the criminality of stealing an election is out. What is the basis for all this? No, I I really think that that's certainly part of it. But I also think that the Democrats just just for some reason they have no our party. I'm an African American male. And they think our party is full of you know, all white man who work more aggressively trying to hold onto power. They believe is somehow they are clearly, you know, out of power, they feel like they're their their civil rights are at stake. They feel like your personal rights, Rick, and I'll tell you. It's just they believe that we're tapping when we are not ego. They're blaming us for all the things that they're doing. It's just a shame. Because we we are trying to create freedom and opportunity for people. But, but they believe that that that we're trying to take their rights away, Robin API about it. That's the part. I don't understand Robin is is the president's been in power. If you will for two years now what what rights if they lost? What what has happened over the course of two years that there were so word, I'll tell you. It's crazy because the very people who were most angry or the people were benefiting. You know, it's amazing to me minority. Unemployment rate has gone down for Hispanics African Americans from this economy. These folks are trust fund baby who have nothing better to do. But go out and harass. A freedom. And liberties that that this president is promoting Republican party promoting. And so it is very ironic. And that's why I say you're doing the very thing that they are doing. They just. It's sad to me that that that they're out vomiting violence when they're benefiting from this economy. They're benefiting from the freedoms that were promoting now. Well, many of them are benefiting by being paid to go out and do it. What do you mean? Yeah. Absolutely. George soros. You this as well. You know, but I just have to what they say is that we're going to be a Timothy dated they believed to the cause of that. We're just gonna have to stop is perfect. I e mails down from Macondo Lindsey Graham who who who are saying we must fight. We cannot your Timothy. So I've ever would have thought I would have seen that they are gonna sign us at motivating us. We're going to get out and vote this fall we're going to fight back. We're not going to be intimidated by threats of violence by the radical left. All right, Robin, Armstrong, always good to talk to you, sir. Thank you, Robin Armstrong committee man for the RMC joining us here on News Radio seven forty KTAR h yes, you too could be off your student loans by being an anarchist working for George Soros time.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"Protests are bad enough. But Robert Armstrong with the RNC says the behavior while they're blaming it on you. Party rallies. The anchor Tim door the violence is taking place. He's Bob democrat rallies in this behavior. It's inspired by liberal lawmakers. Get up in the face of some congress people that would be jersey Senator Corey Booker comments like that, according to Kelly, Paul that's the life of Senator rand Paul have consequences. I think that that gives them a license to be very aggressive be harassing they protest. They blame you for their behavior. And then use the mainstream media to say, the protests aren't really protests. Look the entire industry. Most of the. Would be why the media the mainstream media at least tends to ignore the stories of conservatives getting harassed by these protesters. Yep. This fun going on Austin right now a lot of these protesters and actors meantime, making a big push for impeachment proceedings should the Democrats claim victory during the midterm elections. But the leadership they're trying to tamp that down Leon Panetta. Former top ranking official under presidents both bomber and Clinton says well, not so fast. Bob Mueller is focusing on several things right now, obviously, he's he's going after individuals, and he's going after Russians were involved in coming after the election system. They are getting very close to making a case for obstruction of Justice. A lot of people have questions about the Muller investigation overall. But the Neta he says patience is needed let that special prosecutor do his job. President trump. Meantime, says well they've got nothing to base impeachment proceedings lawn. And it won't stop them. Judge has tossed out the defamation lawsuit against President Trump. That was brought by porn star. Stormy Daniels and her lawyer Michael natty, she claimed that Trump defamed her when he accused her of lying about being threatened over an alleged affair a decade ago. Daniels lawyer Michael vows to appeal the judge's decision. Who cares? Those are the words from President Trump as he was quick to dismiss Senator Elizabeth Warren's claims of native American ancestry. What's the percentage? One.
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"This hour stated Texas might just as shown Republicans all across this country. How they could create a red wave this November in the midterms. And here's KTAR h Saunders took slang, and they did it lists last week with Republican Pete floor is winning a state Senate race to replace Carlos's arrest. In the process, they actually flipped the district that hadn't gone Republican in one hundred thirty nine years RNC committee met Robert Armstrong explained how Republicans did this. We're very grassroots state. We believe in is allowing our activists to have the party had having a say within their party. That's what we run on. Andy says he's been hearing from Republicans from other stage trying to get advice and arm says the basics of this mid-term helped the GOP we have a clear conservative policy choices that are being offered. We have a pretty clear liberal choice. That's being offered actually not a liberal choice for socialist choice. Armstrong says is not going to lend itself towards the Blue Wave that the folks over at MSNBC, axios CNN and the left leaning mainstream media wanna tell you about okay down until they started pending their opponents on the fact that they are socialist, though, I'm not hearing a lot about that. A really surprised they're attacking them on that Texas one of the biggest states in the union. And despite what cliff just told us about the activity. We're dead last in voter turnout when it comes to casting a ballot in midterms four years ago voter turnout in Texas was roughly thirty percent in the middle of President Obama's second term. Most blame apathy among the states younger voters ever happens is not going to matter both sides all customer, same cloth, not gonna change and the other things the cynics response my vote doesn't matter my phone Linda Cohn with the league of women's voters believe this November is different. I think we could hit the fifty percent threshold as we do in presidential election years, which is not wonderful that it's a darn sight better than previous midterm election. I think politics today, you supercharge. They were a lot of issues that people can understand incidentally, today is national voter registration day in the US. Nick rank bitch. Newsradio seven forty Katy Perry even in presidential election years. I think we rank forty six maybe fifty percent, which is dot great presidential. Yeah. Well, I don't know because millennials and post millennial some of them were having some problems. They just aren't able to participate in the election. According to business insider, they can't figure out where to buy stamps. After requesting a mail in ballot. Right. Political scientist Mark Jones says. Okay. It's just something that requires a little extra effort. It's a sad indictment of the lineal post millennial that they don't know where to buy postage stamps. Try. The post office says.
Former Bush doctor killed on bike was likely targeted, cops say
"Confronted him with a, handgun told him to stop the suspect advanced towards resident, resident then shot one. Time, yeah that burglar reportedly grazed in the head tried to run. Off it was tracked down by a police canine unit in a neighborhood off Highland Knowles in west green. Boulevard, now the unidentified suspect was airlifted to the. Hospital he's expected to. Survive the homeowner was not. Hurt and Harris, County jury is delivered a guilty verdict against Jordanian immigrant who was charged with to honor killings, prosecutors say, Ali your son murdered his son in law and his daughter's friend in two thousand twelve after his daughter converted to. Christianity the trial lasted five weeks at verdict coming in and just thirty five minutes of. Deliberation the punishment phase of the trial scheduled to begin today and your son could be sentenced either till death or life in prison without parole, Houston police admit that there is a high probability that that Houston cardiac Was targeted for murder nearly a week ago Dr Mark house connect. Was, gunned down as he wrote his bike to work in the. Medical center on top see results show that he was shot three times police have released pictures from surveillance. Video, in a sketch of the suspect but no. Arrests have been made. A memorial service held tomorrow. Morning at first, Presbyterian church on main street the family asking for charitable donations in lieu of flowers are news, time now, seven oh four well we tell you about it every day the left losing its mind over Russian meddling in the. Twenty sixteen election but they really never seem to have much to say about all that. Other Russian meddling and KTAR ages Cassandra's is live to explain it we got a little bit of a checklist Sharon how about this Crimea Nicaragua, Venezuela the left also in about that and then they're complicit too Yeah that was former President Obama telling a Russian official he'd, have more flexibility after he got reelected in two twenty twelve Robert Armstrong at the RNC telling us don't. Be surprised by this is just consistent with the same sort of Trump derangement. Syndrome. That, we've. Seen, over the last few months was the. Last year the president's boils down to one thing the left still mad, their preferred candidate lost never concerned about it today Nicaraguan Venezuela or not concerned about in Crimea Ukraine but. They are very concerned when it. Comes to to to their candidate music adding. That, any Republican not just? Trump would be getting the same reaction had, they won two years ago All right cliff thank you meantime Twitter has come under some attack but they now, say they, have eliminated the practice of making it. Harder, to search or follow some, of the nation's top Republicans. It's, called shadow banning creating additional steps to do a. Search for someone and after a may change to their algorithm which, they say was to address trolls several prominent Republicans were shadow banned from Twitter frankly it's dishonest not Philbin of conservative newsbusters is raising red flags this is very damaging it's very damaging the free. Speech the idea of free speech it's. Very damaging to the idea of free and. Open access to the internet. Liberal outlet by snooze expose Twitter's practice which they, say his stalked Nikki Courtney NewsRadio seven forty k. t. r. h. yeah sister. Facebook having his problems, to some Facebook shareholders now calling for founder and chairman Jeff Zuckerberg to step down After. That tech, giant's. Shares lost. One, hundred nineteen billion dollars in Thursday's, trading that sell off coming as the company is reporting slower growth expectations the news heaped on. Top of you user privacy concerns, as well as some, disappointing earnings results reporter Joe Paolino with business insider. Says the cell office showing that the social, media pioneer is vulnerable we thought that. Facebook was going to kind of grow in. Perpetuity, and it, seems sort of unassailable but now there's a lot. Of questions sort of. Answering investors minds about whether it. Really is going to continue. On the trajectory Zuckerberg himself personally lost about sixteen billion dollars in net worth in just a one, day drop our, news time seven oh seven Houston Texas training camp in West Virginia yesterday as they, start preparations, now for the upcoming season second year. Quarterback DeShaun Watson says he's grown, since training camp last year.
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"Had several Several vehicle garage burglars. In this neighborhood Resumes kind of been on heads watching their, garages and vehicles precinct five deputy, constables say the wounded suspect ran off but. Was tracked down by. Police canine unit homeowner was not hurt the Jordanian immigrant has, been convicted of, capital murder in that so called honor. Killing deaths of his, son-in-law and daughters friend a Harris County jury needed thirty five minutes to reach. That verdict after a, five week trial prosecutors say that Ali your son masterminded the two thousand twelve, killings of his daughter after his daughter I should say the twenty twelve. Killings after his daughter converted to Christianity defense attorneys tried to portray their client. Is a. Devout Muslim and overprotective father that's it the. Punishment phase of the trial starts today your son is facing life in prison without parole or. He could be. Sent to death row here's some police say there's a high probability that a local cardiologists was targeted by his killer Dr Mark house connect shot three. Times is he rode, his bicycle to work, in the medical center autopsy results show that he was shot in the head, the torso and the left arm, his assailant was also aboard a bike police. Have released a sketch. And pictures from surveillance video but no arrest or in the, offing a memorial, service will be held tomorrow morning at. First Presbyterian church on, main street the family asking for charitable donations in lieu of flowers are news. Time now is six, zero five well we've watched the left melting down for over two years now, about Russia and the election of President Trump but they don't have much. To say about Russia getting involved in other countries to KTAR cliff Saunders explains. They're helping. Venezuela they're helping Nicaragua yet you don't hear. Any Democrats complaining more Republicans complained about the annexation of Crimea than Democrats didn't back in two. Thousand twelve you'll. Recall President Obama telling a Russian official he'd have more quote flexibility after his Reelection remember that. The left was just fine with that Robert Armstrong of the RNC telling. Kate tear each the left stood silent over Russia at other points in history to liberals. In Democrats in general were never concerned about Russian meddling were Soviet meddling during the Cold War, they were never concerned about an says. The reason why they are so angry now with simple they're sore losers the only. Reason they're upset about meddling in in what they perceive as meddling in the campaign is, because he'll. Eat, lost the election that is the only reason they care adding that this is not just Trump phenomenon that, any Republican that would have won in two thousand sixteen would have these very same issues. With the left, okay cliff thanks. So much well the. Battle wages nonetheless Twitter now claiming to have stopped his practice have shadow banning prominent Republicans that is restricting access to them. In their search bar the tech companies are. Buying large outwardly liberal start to finish They are not friendly to conservatives Yeah Matt, Philbin there of newsbusters he says even though, social media discriminates against conservative, voices, don't use stop. Using Twitter Facebook keep at it that's all I would. Said we need to be here we cannot afford to. Abandon these platforms to the left we've, abandoned popular culture to the left and it's hurt us greatly was actually the left leaning outlet vice. News which expose Twitter's, questionable practices and Twitter of course. Says that has now been eliminated so keep your eye on it and. Let us, know it's hard share I really really wanted to delete, my account and to do that but, but that the report they're the whoever that individuals speaking was. I didn't catch that is right we would be abandoning the messaging because millions and millions and. Millions of voters used those platforms, and if it's just one great big giant liberal echo chamber beating down on conservatives, without anybody pushing back with truth it's going to impact the way Vote, and that's that's a big concern Okay I think maybe you're right about that Let's check our markets man Asian markets slightly up, overall this morning after Facebook's record loss Thursday we thought it. Was going to, take down the whole market there's social media giant lost one hundred nineteen billion dollars nineteen percent. Of value after reports, of slower growth expectations moving forward, now reporter, Joe c-o-l-l-i-e-r with business insider says privacy issues you know because of the new laws. That's. Hurting that social network there in Europe Europe people are worried about the, implementation of the strict new data laws and that's you know kind of keeping a lot of. People from maybe sharing as much information, that could be valuable to advertisers yeah meantime the Facebook founder, and chairman Mark Zuckerberg he lost about sixteen. Billion dollars in net worth over a twenty, four hour period a growing number of shareholders now calling on him to step. Down they don't like. Seeing, their stock-fall President Trump meantime he's got some great expectations has he, anticipates the release this morning of second quarter GDP numbers here's. FOX's Kevin Corke, very strong speculation quite frankly across the board that the numbers will be fantastic but just how. Good is still anybody's, guess the president certainly bullish on, the pending, report he made no secret about his optimism on the economy and for good reason So US, a second quarter GDP growth expected to top four percent that's according to a communist who were surveyed by. The. Wall, Street Journal, and they said, it couldn't, be done how about that if you're the kind of worker who occasionally cops some, Z's at work you may. Not be happy about a new tool. In your bosses arsenal there's a Japanese company developing, technology that can detect sleeping workers and wake them with a blast of cold air temperature cameras. Are used to track employees eyelid movements, if they drift off to sleep the computer can either lower, the rooms temperature or blast the worker with. That shot of air from the a c. System the company is conducting trials now the system could be available twenty twenty I just think that's hilarious Astros.
"robert armstrong" Discussed on KTRH
"A workable compromise you know i i if settled a billion times and i'll continue to say ted cruz as easily my my favorite senator and one of my top two favorites on capitol hill a believe he's a matter of principle these believe a believes amount of servette of conviction and he is choosing to do what is right always for the country not necessarily just for party and he is taking that standy took a stand against the ridiculous senate republican health care bill this repeal and replace that does not repeal and does not replace and now he is suggesting the compromise that amendment which would allow insurers to offer some plans that do not comply with obamacare mandates which would be the good plans as long as they maintain at least want maintain at least one plan the does conform to the requirements coming up in just a few we're gonna talk with dr robert armstrong of the rnc and see committee man from texas about this plant senator cruises just about one of the smartest people in this country let alone in washington dc and as i said i believe is a man of principle his reputation as being uh you know unlikable in washington dc to me is always been a good thing not a bad thing and his ability to overcome the horrific taunts analyzed told about him bobby current president of the united states last year in the campaign to me just furthers my support in support of of a senator ted cruz so if something can be salvaged from this terrible terrible republican senate healthcare bill are believe it will be the likes of ted cruz who will do the salvaging so we'll talk about that with dr armstrong coming up and if you've got thoughts on it by the way police tweet me out radio done right on twitter radio done right and.