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What Is mRNA? Dr. Robert Malone Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:55 min | 1 d ago

What Is mRNA? Dr. Robert Malone Explains

"I want to read one of your quotes here for the audience. The government is not being transparent with us about what the risks of the vaccine are. And so I want to focus on that quote, but I also want you to explain to our audience, what is, and I'm going to hopefully get this right. mRNA, what is an mRNA vaccine? What is the technology? And what is a spike protein? And let's do that all in 30 seconds. Yeah, exactly. You can take the beauty of the podcast doctors, you could take as long as you want. So yeah. And I have on many occasions, I tend to get a little long winded on this topic. And you and probably hopefully many of your viewers have seen some of those other podcasts. So I'm going to try to go quick. The central dogma of biology is that DNA makes RNA RNA makes protein. Now let's talk about the scary word mRNA this acronym. What does that mean? There are many different kinds of RNA. What is RNA? It's a great big long molecule. You can think of it as like pearls on a pearl necklace. In each pearl is a different letter, but there's only four letters, just like with your computer there's only two, zeros and ones with the sequence that biology has selected or has been created, depending on how you see the world. There are four bases. There are four chemical entities in DNA those are AT, GC and RNA, they're AUG GC. So you and T are kind of interchangeable. And so it's a form based code in a long string that's negatively charged. And there are many different types of RNA. There is RNA that's used to shuttle amino acids. To the little bio robot that does the manufacturing that's called transfer RNA. There's RNA that is the scaffold that built that about which the little bio robots that manufacture proteins are built and that's called ribosomal RNA. And then there's RNA that confers information from DNA in the nucleus out to those little bio robots that manufacture proteins. And that's called a message. And so it's a messenger RNA or mRNA. What is RNA, the acronym is ribonucleic acid are in a, that's where that comes from. And so it may sound spooky and scary and very different. It's really dead easy. It's messenger ribo nucleic acid. It's just an acronym

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | 2 d ago

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,

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Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:25 min | 3 d ago

Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

"Jerome Powell's going back to the fed I am both relieved and not relieved, but it's better than what it could have been, Brian, but what do you think of the move? Yeah, well, it is better than what it could have been thrown palace. Led the fed this far. I think he's created inflation, but at least the fed is moving towards tapering, which means buying fewer bonds every month. They shouldn't be buying any, by the way. And then they will raise rates late next year. Early 2023 and so yes, I was amazed that he was reappointed because my feeling my feeling was that him talking about tapering Jerome Powell that is and Jerome Powell saying he wanted to raise rates. I thought that would get him canned. Raising rates certainly sent didn't do it. It surprised the market, too, and it had a minor sell off, not a big sell off, but it was it wanted easy money forever. Because investors do. They know that inflation is good for stocks. Everyone with their equity money and says, oh, sure, print more money. My stocks will go up. You know, Brian, when we were together in Atlanta, you explained to people, we have a 130% more money in the system than we did two years ago. And last of the same number of goods. I read an extended piece this week that the former national security adviser ambassador Robert O'Brien sent to me about we're just not producing what we produced two years ago because of COVID. And we have a 130% more money. Of course we're going to have inflation, and by the way, it's not 6%. It's double digits, according to this analyst. That's exactly right. We did the worst combination of policies that you could do for a market based system to create wealth in the past 24 months. By shutting down the economy, locking down, we destroyed information, supply chains. Because supply chains are just information. I mean, you think about it. There are rock solid rock rip truck drivers in America who are driving across the country to bring liberals in New York City, whatever they

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Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 4 d ago

Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

"For those who are not familiar with your service in the Trump administration, your background. In multiple uniform services, rising to under Secretary of Defense, tell our millions of listers and viewers across the nation a little bit about your background where you came from and how you got to do what you do. Well, it's a very simple. I am the son grandson, great grandson of combat soldiers. I spent my youth at fort sill fort Bragg, and also, as you know, at the royal school of artillery, in lark hill, England. My father was a senior officer in the 82nd airborne division when I was in high school. So my calling was to serve the nation in national defense. My military service has been modest compared to that of my ancestors, but I will say that a formative moment in my life was when the hostages were taken in Tehran. Two things. One, outside of fort Bragg on Bragg boulevard a place you know well, a massive billboard went up that said Iran let our people go. And I had to pass that billboard every day on the way to school and as I got older, I thought, that's what we had become. Under mister Carter, a mendicant, begging the theocratic fanatics and Tehran to let our soldiers and diplomats go. And then the second experience was in my neighborhood. The day the hostage rescue desert one collapsed. And the MPs closed off our neighborhood. They took the name signs off of our homes, and they surrounded colonel Charles beckwith's home. He was the commander on the ground. And president Carter came on that day. And said this was all my fault. I'm the one responsible. That's quite a contrast to what we had in Afghanistan a few months

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Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

"Mitch Landrieu will be heading the task force coordinating more than a trillion dollars in federal infrastructure spending as mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu oversaw billions of dollars in infrastructure repairs when he took over the recovery from hurricane Katrina he's been out of the national spotlight since twenty eighteen although he was sometimes mentioned as a possible candidate for the democratic presidential nomination particularly after a speech supporting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee now the former Louisiana state lawmaker and lieutenant governor has been tapped by president Biden as the head coordinator of his infrastructure plan during a visit to Ohio with the vice president labor secretary Marty Walsh another former mayor says he'll be serving alongside Landrieu going to make sure that all of this money gets spent in the right way on high quality projects with American made materials there's political risk to a role managing billion dollar transportation projects Andrew Coughlin and former deputy mayor under Landrieu said his skill with logistics will be a strength in his new role Walter Isaacson the New Orleans born historian says lead you loves the geeky details of infrastructure and bringing people together Jennifer king Washington

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process

"Congressman Jordan the original purpose of the reconciliation process was that both chambers and both parties would have to get together and work out their differences on spending Yeah It wasn't and it was set up originally by bob by Robert Berg for that specific purpose And one of his former aides said if he knew that it was going to be used for this he would never have supported it So they've completely perverted this process Have they not They have but what else have they perverted I mean what else have they done wrong What other rights in precedent happened they attacked and broken So this is this is just the nature of today's left and what they're up What they're up to But yeah yeah And Joe Biden had the gall to say Joe Biden had the gall to say that this bill $2 trillion was going to help inflation for good to say So yeah I mean this is today's left This is today's Democrat party that just keeps doing more and more harm to America

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Disease control chief: "All of Germany is one big outbreak"

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Disease control chief: "All of Germany is one big outbreak"

"Two of Germany's disease control agency says the country has entered into a nationwide state of emergency because of surging a coronavirus infections the head of the Robert Koch Institut low to Avila says regular medical care cannot be guaranteed anymore in some parts of Germany because hospitals and intensive care wards all over stretched he calls for urgent additional measures to tackle the rising cope with nineteen cases which topped fifty thousand for the third day running feeler told reporters in Berlin all of Germany is one big outbreak there is a nationwide state of emergency we need to pull the emergency brake I'm Charles collect as much

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Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak

"Brandon Saad that's a pair of goals to lead the blues past the sharks four to one the goals of the fifth and sixth of the season for the forward Jordan Kyrou scored his eighth of the year and Robert Thomas is second for the blues who halt a four game losing skid the San Jose goal is scored by Jonathan Dahlen the sharks wrap up a five game road trip with a record of two and three Billy who still makes a second start of the season in net for the blues and records his second win James Reimer suffered the loss shots on goal would favor the blues forty eight to twenty seven Mike Reeves St Louis

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White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | Last week

White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

"People can't believe this is actually happening. That in the state of Texas, you try to go get monoclonal antibodies or Regeneron, and you're turned away because the color of your skin. Why are we putting up with this? Why is the Texas leadership putting up with this? It's a really good question and why did it take an undercover video of a guy trying to get the treatment to expose it? We need a lot better leaders in our country. The fact that this is even remotely tolerated in the state of Texas, is stunning. Connors from Texas. He's a proud Texan. But I'll be honest. Texas has lost its swagger recently. You're lettin illegals just flood into your state, you know, beta aura or whatever his name is, Robert Francis o'rourke, the fake Hispanic who calls himself that who married a developer's daughter from El Paso. Never done anything meaningful in his life. He's running for governor. Come on, Texas. Get your act together. You're tougher than this. You're smarter than this. The fact that you're allowing your medical policy straight from the equivalent of Texas Health and Human Services. So this is the official government body. This is not some like one off. Is that right Conor? It's not like some one off private industry.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | Last week

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

"As she a headline last night on mediaite, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes nutso claim to Tucker Carlson that the COVID vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. Here's what Robert F. Kennedy said on yesterday's Tucker Carlson today that streams on Fox nation. There have been 17,000 as reported to theirs on the COVID vaccines. And that's more in the last 8 months than all of the from all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. Of this vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. There's more reports of vaccination. The beast revs up when they hear that they say that's a nut so claim. That's a wacky claim. That the COVID vaccines have led to 17,000 deaths reported to VAERS that's more than just 8 months more deaths than all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. And I'm thinking, well, that's significant, you know? That's something people have to ponder, right? No, no, no. The beast says you may not. That's a crazy wacky claim. The article at mediaite says the anti vaxx Kennedy who claims he is not anti vax, cited the CDC's frequently misunderstood vaccine adverse event reporting system known as VAERS. To back up his claim. The article says Tucker Carlson himself has touted numbers from VAERS when discussing the apparent death rate from coronavirus vaccines on his show. Well, media I talked to some health guys some doctor whether this Tucker Carlson's claim about Varys is accurate. The answer was it's not accurate. There's was intended to cast a wide net to capture any possible or potential complication that even has the remotest possibility of being related to the vaccine. Any adverse event is considered reportable. Now, I'm like, so they're saying, don't believe you're lying eyes. Well, we're casting a wide net. Oh, you mean like calling a car accident, a COVID death? If the person in the ER who dies, has COVID in their system because that's what they've done. You mean like that? Okay. I get it. I guess they do that. But what if half the number that's been reported to VAERS is right. What if 8000 have died or 9000? I mean, why is that a nutshell claim?

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Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues

"Kalorama moto scored with just twenty eight seconds remaining to send the Oilers past the blues five to four we played a good getting them now she they came back in the third but on your chin and panic too much on the bench on there said stick to the game plan and I think that's what we did you know kind of stuck to it and you know found a way to win Edmonton wasted a two goal lead in the third period before Yamamoto notched his third of the season Ryan Nugent Hopkins and Ryan McLeod scored just eight seconds apart late in the second period to put the Oilers ahead forty two NHL points leader Leon rice at all netted his fifteenth goal of the season and added two assists Connor McDavid added a goal and two helpers Robert Thomas had three assists to coming on goals by Ivan Barbashev and Vladimir Tarasenko in the final period I'm Dave Ferrie

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Where Are All the GOP White Supremacists the Left Keeps Talking About?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | Last week

Where Are All the GOP White Supremacists the Left Keeps Talking About?

"Where are the white supremacists that we keep being told about Jennifer? I wish I was out. I don't know what they are. They're at the Glen young in rally paid for by The Lincoln Project, pedo protected. Oh, hang on. I just connected two things. Isn't that interesting? Lincoln project protects pedophiles like Jack Levi, with 21 young men, children as well who had inappropriate sexual relations with. That's The Lincoln Project white supremacist problem with Rick Wilson and his wife cooler with the south shall rise again written on the cooler with the confederate flag. Oh, and then there's white supremacists like Charlottesville, so I think there's a connection here, isn't there, Jen? Yeah, you're absolutely right. Everything that the left calls us is exactly what they are. We've seen it from conspiracies. We've seen it to what they call the people on the right. It is just them trying to shut people down and to try to deflect from who they really are, and it's disgusting. We have got to do a better job of spreading the message. I know talk radio does it. Thank God for that. But when is the news media going to wake up? When is the left going to stop trying to brand the right just because they can't articulate facts because they don't have any to bring to the

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The Media Wants You to Believe Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Black People

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

The Media Wants You to Believe Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Black People

"Jennifer horn, are you there? I am here happy birthday to the marines and happy Wednesday to you, said. Happy happy Wednesday to you as well. I don't know. You work incredibly hard, hardest working lady on radio as you also keep. What's his face grant stinchfield under control every morning is you're hosting the morning answer on a.m. 5 98, 8 70 the answer. However, I don't know what you do after this show as have you been keeping a beady eye on the Kyle rittenhouse trial? Is this insane? What a couple of twists that we've seen over the last couple of days. And you know what? What really struck me said is that we heard about this obviously after Jacob Blake and Kenosha and 2020, that was the year where we heard about this. And the media convicted him on day one. They made fun of Ricky Schroder and all the people who stood up for Kyle rittenhouse that they were just a bunch of white supremacy. Even the president himself, Biden called him a white supremacist. Do you know what really struck me? And I'm almost embarrassed to admit this because you know I keep up with the news like crazy. Yes. As I was kind of going through as this trial got underway, what was the last week? Probably. I was just going through and just refreshing everything in my mind. And I looked at the victims and the victims were all white. Now, hang on hang on. You don't forget don't forget. White wife beat us and child rapists. Don't forget. Yeah, yeah. And you know, I pride myself on staying afloat on most of the stuff. Especially these big stories I really try to stay up to date. In my mind, he shot at black people, he didn't shoot at white people. He shot a black people. This is why the media convicted him and said he was a white supremacist because he went in with an AR-15 to go hunting for black people. That was the impression that the news media gave us. That was what was in people's minds. I still think people believe that he shot three black people. And he

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Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3

"Bryce young had another productive yet truncated afternoon is C. if P. number two Alabama storm passed to Mexico state fifty nine three young was twenty one of twenty three for two hundred seventy yards and five touchdowns three to James and Williams as we keep getting reps and keep improving keep growing you know we're we're both kind of push each other challenge each other to be to be better and our best versions of ourselves the Crimson Tide actually trail before young hit Williams for a fifty yard scoring strike the ninety one tide reeled off seven touchdowns in about twenty minutes for a forty nine three halftime lead allowing young to take a seat early in the third quarter Brian Roberts who played just the first half and still finished with ninety nine yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie

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Georgia officer testifies he was going to give Arbery a trespass warning

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Georgia officer testifies he was going to give Arbery a trespass warning

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a police officer testifies Ahmad our brewery would have received a trespass warning had he not been fatally shot at the Georgia trial of three men facing murder and other charges in the fatal shooting of a mod armory a police officer testified Friday he planned to give arboreta trespass warning for repeatedly entering a home under construction if you ever come back on this property for any reason whatsoever uninvited you are automatically be arrested for trespassing Wynn County police officer Robert rash testified he had spoken with the house's owner who it said video showing armory in the home site several times on February twenty third twenty twenty father and son Greg and Travis Mike Michael armed themselves and pursued armory in a truck after he ran past their home five doors down from the construction site neighbor William Roddy Brian joined the chase and took cellphone video that included Travis McMichael shooting armory three times with a shot gun defense attorneys argue the three men suspected armory was a burglar and we're trying to hold him for police hi

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Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

"President Biden has picked an old hand to again lead the food and drug administration the president's nominee the doctor Robert Calif for FDA commissioner a post he held in the Obama administration's final year the agency's been without a permanent chief for months the president says it's mission critical to have a steady hand guiding the FDA as it deals with cold in nineteen backseat authorization and all other issues noting Calif is a leading clinical trial specialist but his first into the FDA was dominated by controversies including surging opioid addiction West Virginia senator Joe Manchin says keyless nomination is an insult to families in his state whose lives have been ravaged by addiction and says he will not vote for Calif Sager or may god he at the White House

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 Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

"President Biden is tapping a familiar name to head the food and drug administration Robert Calif was the FDA's chief at the Obama administrations and and a person familiar with the decision says the president's naming him to reprise the role now caliphs nomination comes amid months of concern that an agency near the center of the federal code nineteen response does not have a prominent leader Janet woodcock's been acting commissioner for ten months if the Senate confirms same Calif would oversee not just FDA decisions on Kobe Bryant team vaccines but

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Activist and Filmmaker Chris Rufo Talks All Things 'Anti-Capitalist'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Activist and Filmmaker Chris Rufo Talks All Things 'Anti-Capitalist'

"Welcome back to mister CRT. Chris rufo. So you mentioned some of these anti capitalists. These people who wish to destroy America tell us who they teach who they consult to and the kinds of money these anti capitalists, like Robert Angelo, Angela Davis, and Ibrahim Kennedy make. So as anti capitalist, they're doing quite well on. They Kris. Hey, yeah. Yeah, and that's really the rub, right? I mean, no one is really anti capitalist. If you look at the four remaining, the three rather remaining socialist and communist countries in Asia, you know, China is a communist country Vietnam as a continuous country. I believe it's Cambodia as the third one. They all have a smaller government as a share of DD GDP than the United States. Actually, in practice, the government of the United States is more socialistic than all of the remaining socialist countries. Everyone knows that capitalism is the great generator of wealth. And for a lot of the critical race theorists, they preach anti capitalism because it's fashionable. It's chic. It's perceived as high status, but they all practice the lives of vicious and greedy capitalists. They won't do it accumulate resources and money. They'll take money from oil companies from technology companies from everybody to feed themselves from the capitalist machine. But they justify it by saying that this is simply redistribution. This is simply taking the fruits of illegitimate capitalist capital accumulation and redistributing it to the great kind of proletariat minds that make up the Vanguard of this revolution. And if you look throughout history, the communists have always impoverished the poor and enriched the powerful. This is a thing that has happened in every communist revolution since the very first one in Russia in 1917. The cadre, the elite, the party members, always suck up the wealth and labor of their countries in order to further their political goals while impoverishing the people that they're purported to help. It's no different in the kind of hyper capitalists the United States than it is in the hyper communist Soviet Union of a hundred years

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"robert who" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:28 min | 10 months ago

"robert who" Discussed on KOMO

"From earlier today, Here's co MOST Taylor Vance Ice House impeachment managers deliver the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump. The Senate covering this for ABC News is and as delicate terror who joins us on the coma news line in As what happens once the article of Impeachment for Incitement of insurrection is physically delivered to the Senate. What action does that trigger? So that triggers the beginning of the Senate trial? The trial then has to start you know, by 1 P.m. the following day, so We know the actual trial arguments won't begin until February 9th, but it'll kick start the process. So we're going to see the house impeachment managers bringing the physically bringing that article of impeachment from the house, walking through the rotunda into the Senate chamber, then they're gonna Read that article of impeachment to the Senators present, But like I said, they won't actually start. They're gonna be sending me the summons over to the president and his team tomorrow, but they won't actually start the trial arguments until February night. We've seen this process before with President Trump and then before that, with President Clinton, but we've never seen it happened when the president is no longer in office. There's some wondering if that makes a difference. Or if it's indeed constitutional. At this point. That's one of the big points of debate today in D. C. We're seeing a number of Republicans and I should point out the the Republican to initially had come out to condemn the violence at the Capitol, and some had condemned the president and blame the president for the violence. A number of them are coming out now, too. Question whether it would be constitutional to even hold this trial, given that the president is no longer in office, and then whether it would be constitutional to convict me. Part of the effort. Here, of course, is to ensure that President Trump doesn't run again. That's the argument. The Democrats are making that he needs to be convicted and then they be to decide not to let him run again. But we are hearing a growing number of Republicans kind of question. Whether this is constitutional has been interesting to see how how Republicans there are, you know they're they're stances is changing as time goes by. Last time around. It was Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who presided over the impeachment trial. It wasn't it was not a very active role for him. Is he gonna be back? He wasn't will not be back. We actually found out today It'll be Senator Leahy, Democratic Senator Leahy, who will be presiding over the trial, because this is a trial for a president who is no longer in office. So He is going to be treated as if it were, for instance, a judge being impeached. That process would be overseen by by by Senator Leahy. So the same kind of rules they're gonna apply to President Trump because he is no longer in office. And at this point, I know it hasn't even begun yet. But it's there an idea of how long the Senate trial might take. Compared to last time. There's a census is that that is one of the big questions. I think everybody's curious to know, but I think there's a sense that it won't take as long because First of all, we are just looking at the one article of impeachment versus the two last time around, and I think because it's a much more clear cut issue as well. You know, last time around, they had to deal with Ukraine and brought in a ton of witnesses. We saw even the house process dragging on for weeks and weeks. There were our long hearings and we saw how quickly they the house moved this time around it. It was a much more. I think it is. It's just easier to understand what the president was being charged with this time around. So I think there's an expectation that it won't be as long Last time around. It did take 21 days, I think did the expectation is that will be shorter Temper up baby season is delicate area with us on coma news and as thanks very much. That's Taylor van sites with the interview your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma News. With your propel insurance money Update. Here's Jim Chess. Coco's a mixed session for US stocks to begin the new week, with blue chips losing ground for a third straight session. But both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite edging higher to notch fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped 37 points while the S and P moved up 13 and the tech heavy NASDAQ gained and 92. We're getting closer to the day when you won't have to worry about where your car keys are. Tech companies, including Apple, and, as I owe me are planning to upgrade their phones with ultra wideband which would unlock your car door. Samsung announced that U W B support on the galaxy s 21 earlier this month. That's your money now. Jim Chess Cho reporting An MBA team is going to try a new tool to detect the coronavirus covert 19 detection dogs similar to the canines on patrol at airports around the world. Later this week, the Miami Heat will station specially trained dogs at entrances to the American Airlines arena to try to sniff out the virus that causes covert 19. Here's the plan. Dogs will sniff fans before entering by walking past them. If the dog sits that signals they may have detected covert 19 and not fan will be asked to leave along with their group and give it a full refund. That's really really interesting. Dogs are amazing creatures and their noses are way more powerful than ours. Medical specialist point out that research done in this area is exciting, but preliminary No study has been scrutinized by peer review or tried in a public place like the arena where the heat play, and the FDA has not signed off on this method of screening dogs have been used to sniff out possible bombs. Some have even detected early stages of ovarian cancer. They have a 300 million smell receptors. While humans only have about six million, making dogs uniquely equipped to detect sense humans can't. What we're trying to do is find if there is an odor of volatile organic compound. Basically, that is telling us that there is a difference. What we're hoping is that the dogs can figure that out, but infectious disease experts Warned that a traditional covert tests is more reliable and our concern that these dogs could give people false comfort. Adding innovative tools like dogs sniffing, of course, is really exciting, but it shouldn't give this false sense of security. And truthfully, you should be still relying on widespread testing to fully get this pandemic under control. The heat will have rapid test available for anyone who is either allergic or afraid of dogs. Most importantly, though, all other covert protocols remain in place. There's a limited number of fans to ensure social distancing. Everyone will have to wear a mask at all times. These dogs are just an added layer. That's ABC. Is Victor. Okay, no reporting. Homo traffic.

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"robert who" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"robert who" Discussed on KOMO

"Impeachment managers have delivered the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate and as delicate terra watching closely for ABC News and talked about it with Cuomo's Taylor van size it as what happens once the article of impeachment for Incitement of insurrection is physically delivered to the Senate. What action does that trigger? You bet triggers the beginning of the Senate trial. The trial then has to start you know, by 1 P.m. the following day, So we know the actual trial arguments won't begin until February nights, but it'll kick start the process, so we're going to see the House impeachment managers. Bringing the physically bringing that article of impeachment from the house, walking through the rotunda into the Senate chamber. Then they're gonna read that article of impeachment to the senators present, But like I said, they won't actually start. They're gonna be sending me the summons over to the president and his team tomorrow, but they won't actually start the trial arguments until February night. We've seen this process before with President Trump and then before that, with President Clinton, but we've never seen it happen when the president is no longer in office. There's some wondering if that makes a difference or if it's indeed constitutional. At this point. That's one of the big points of debate today in D. C. We're seeing a number of Republicans and I should point out he's a Republican to initially had come out to condemn the violence at the Capitol, and some had condemned the president and blamed the president for the violence. A number of them are coming out now, too. Question whether it would be constitutional to even hold this trial, given that the president is no longer in office, and then whether it would be constitutional to convict me. Part of the effort. Here, of course, is to ensure that President Trump doesn't run again. That's the argument the Democrats are making that he needs to be convicted and then maybe to decide not to let him run again. But we are hearing a growing number of Republicans kind of question that whether this is constitutional has been interesting to see how how Republicans there are You know their stances is changing as time goes By last time around. It was Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who presided over the impeachment trial. It wasn't It was not a very active role for him. Is he gonna be back will not be back. We actually found out today It'll be Senator Leahy, Democratic Senator Leahy, who will be presiding over the trial, because this is a trial for a president who is no longer in office. So He is going to be treated as if it were, for instance, a judge being impeached. That process would be overseen by by by Senator Leahy. So the same kind of rule they're gonna apply to President Trump because he is no longer in office. And at this point I know it hasn't even begun yet. But it's there an idea of how long the Senate trial might take. Compared to last time. There's a census is that that is one of the big questions. I think everybody's curious to know, but I think there's a sense that it won't take as long because First of all, we are just looking at the one article of impeachment versus the two last 10 around, and I think, because it's a much more clear cut issue as well. You know, last time around, they had to deal with Ukraine and brought in a ton of witnesses. We saw even the house process dragging on for weeks and weeks. There were our long hearings and we saw how quickly they the house moved. This time around it. It was a much more e think you It's just easier to understand what the president was being charged with this time around, So I think there's an expectation that it won't be as long last time around. It did take 21 days. I think the expectation is that it will Shorter. It's never act. Maybe season is delicate Terry with us on common news, and as thanks very much, and that's cool. Most Taylor van sized latest on the impeachment proceedings coming up on camo news from ABC in just 20 Minutes of Washington Man has filed a lawsuit demanding the restoration of public access to the state capital and surrounding grounds. The kid, Sampson reports. Tyler Miller's lawsuit seeks a court order for the state to remove temporary chain link fences around the Capitol campus in Olympia. And restore public access to viewing galleries in the legislative building. 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"robert who" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"robert who" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Marketing for the show. and more. And, we would love it. If you would please join other wonderful folks who have contributed to this show by becoming a Patriot and we know fund your tight for everybody. Totally. Totally understandable. and. Please don't feel guilty if you're not able to become a patron but. Other ways of helping us by telling other people about the show. That helps just as much. Sure does. And if you would like to become a patron. You can visit us on our native opinion. Come forward slash support. Page. Excuse me. And on our facebook page, just click on the learn more button. And again, another great way to help us by telling the people about the show it really does help us grow. And this. Day brings us to episode two six. It's all about survival. Two to sixty one brother already know. I know I was thinking. Now now, I'm in the mode of okay. We're starting to creep toward three hundred. What are we going to do? We have to do something. Yeah we we. We. Said we were GONNA. Do something in two, two, hundred we said we were GONNA do something at one hundred. kind of like. Listen to your show. But three hundred is that's much more substantial think. Are True milestone might be five hundred. I don't know maybe we'll ask you guys should we do something special an episode three hundred you can just email us and let us know that that would be great. Exactly, we also think Mohegan trading post very much for supporting our show as well. They are the curator of Fine Authentic Mohegan, handmade craft and beadwork ribbon shirts, embroidered hats, dream catchers, other specialty items. And again, they offer cloth masks in this time of covid. With sizes for the entire family. So, there are one hundred percent cotton re washable. Really great designs on there and So being able to reuse a mask that's clean and sanitized is is a good thing and and they also mentioned that they pre washed them before they go out one sold. So that was something else. That they wanted us to pass onto you guys. So it's it's also important. So, yeah. You can check out all their great over at Mohegan Trading Post Dot com, and we really do appreciate their support. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Let's get into listener feedback We have a lot of feedback again, which is fantastic. I will say that we received some. New emails. In. In the show email brother pretty recent that are not in the rundown so we have to. Pass those on to you for Wednesday. It's entirely up to you. If not it'll be a week. So we thank everybody for. Sending sending your thoughts and you know it's important. So this this I e mail here as a follow up actually from facebook. From Listener Robert who wrote back on the subject of vaccines and provided his perspective on the role of big pharmaceuticals in developing vaccines and he writes a, I'm listening to the episode where you're reading reading this meaning his last message there on facebook. He says, I wasn't backing the idea of herd immunity. Reached search pandemics I haven't been able to find a single instance were herd immunity was achieved without a vaccine..

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"robert who" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"robert who" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good afternoon I'm Pat there's two kilocalories here in studio with me and just so you know we are watching for the White House briefing and I do see more people roaming around in the room and some of the reporters are beginning to take their seats but that usually happens you know ten minutes or so before the president comes in so we're watching it we're monitoring it as soon as the White House briefing happens we will take you there live in the meantime let's go to some of our phones the telephone number here is four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero that's four one five eighty eighty eight ten and let's go to our Robert who's calling from Tracy first Hey Robert welcome to KGO about real quick before I ask my question yeah I looked over business policy for my company and there's what's called business interruption insurance yeah and it clearly states that they will cover your losses for a simple interruptions so a simple order so I called the governor's office to ask them is this shelter replaced based civil order and they've yet to get back to me I think that would be a good thing for Kim McAllister to question the governor's office because if we can get a formal declaration that this is a civil action the insurance companies have no choice but to cover it the business interruption insurance what a great idea Kim you need to do that would you please get on with governor Newsom he does the conference and we want you in these important questions I well I've now he Joe had said that in his policy it's specifically exempts virus but it's not because of the virus it's because they were told they had to shut down as a result of the virus and that's doing it right that's called Derek insurance that's completely different okay because they're saying that the Copa ninety is not a defined virus I watch this on the news now the other thing is during president trump's news conference on Friday he was livid that what the insurance companies are doing is absolutely wrong now what he's gonna do as a result of that I don't know because that question was specifically asked good so far okay so here we go here's yes yes seconds before we get a news break okay Thurston art our president I stayed for three years has to make that decision does she opened the country up with the potential of a hundred thousand additional life lost worldwide where does she keep it close with the potential for driving half a billion people into poverty what is presently charged into well I think you simplify and I have to give that some thought we'll be right back your listening to KGO San Francisco little news break here we start watching for the briefing special report corona.

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"robert who" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"robert who" Discussed on KGO 810

"Bed bath and beyond that's not botch an AV H. E. no more of coast to coast AM odd KGO eight ten sorry about that my my car still for a second I was drinking water we have several people hang on let's start with Robert who's in Tucson west of the Rockies on coast to coast AM Robert hi a week or two ago a previous caller asked about the sirens in Homer's Odyssey I wanted to say the sirens are also mentioned as you all know by the Greek poet Euripides the legends of Jason and the Argonauts in their quest for the Golden Fleece a Greek mythology has the silences those three seniors who lord whose songs sailors to their deaths by shipwreck on the rocks and this mythology translated to sailors sightings of mermaids in Great Britain Ireland and Scandinavia and in Germany is Loralai actually what they might have been seeing though however R. C. mammals cold manatees which are also known in the dictionary has side really ends up river thank you ari and hi A. as that's been interesting is that because I know that that was even true when the Spanish were coming closer and other explorers are coming to Florida that they they're they're similar reports about seeing mermaids which I think you're you're right in pointing out is probably amenity and probably the result of these sailors being away from women for a very long time that they could look at manatee and go Hey she's hot yes I but I did know that that would be manatees around any of the Greek islands I don't know exactly I don't think so supposedly seen inland in warmer waters yeah but I don't think around it like the Mediterranean I didn't think they have that on that I don't know what what what was being seen and then it's interesting but that that's the closest thing I could think of no I think you're right at times over this theory proposed and that the manatees would certainly be a fit for it's kind of like the crack in right that somewhere along the line there are there were stories that pre existed and then giant squids you know to have been cited in that field in the crack and think or maybe it's vice versa they see the giant squid and they make that can we get to the legend of of the crack and either way the interplay is always very interesting and I think highly influenced by so many people don't talk about a lot except I saw once in a very critical academic review about malnourishment on the ships that would mean that sailors were getting by on on on alcohol because they were given a certain amount of rations for alcohol every day and that between the lack of protein and high amounts of alcohol they would have been prone to hallucinations yeah unlike guide it I I it's sort of that practical side to myth making that you don't think so much by Bridget the comment thanks so much for hanging out that's what I love about open lines you never know what's going to happen let's go to bill in Pennsylvania on coast to coast bill yeah Hey yeah we have little while listeners about two years now with the goal of the second straight all of the topics they come up with you know blood have now so you want to make that Alaska you would discuss it on the news a statement about maybe would be opposed to you know you never know well I I hate to think that but that was the caller's proposition yes more updated American I study a lot of the industry allegedly stuff sure a lot of native American cultures have something happens just like that well we've reached a point one mother I've had enough a big boost hello basically in their language the raping and pillaging of her natural she gives us right eventually she's going to get you know you look over the last couple years I would I like back to back like earthquakes in back to back mocktails here one year one year and more other stuff they haven't erupted over hundreds of years and you know I didn't start looking at the stuff that's going on all along the nature of the volcano is that it may not a rep for a hundred years though that's not surprising right dormant volcanoes are always gonna close under happening around the same time the locals are quick you know maybe it could be but now you look at this virus right allowed to spread because one we don't know what it is we don't know what the fight with we're still in the experimental stage I feel really discriminant Lee yeah how you look at the like if you do the numbers on my last assignment I'm also on the back the last assignment I had was with basically a filing cabinet group or like you know it's very intelligent right now I got out in seventy eight at that point our no Terry television the defense department knew several Kirklees will take on trying to put something together as a bio weapon yeah I mean that the bugs in gas people have been around for a long time if you look at this the way this is working I've got that's where the experts would disagree with him though I've got a few contacts left here in major cities and what they're seeing we're not hearing from all the news and it's elders because they're weak they're old they already had problems with a lot of not how underlying health problems aid groups downside say like around upper fifties that had died for years and had those kind of problems younger women are dying it's not like I haven't like corporate medical records yeah I could do was just what that thirty years on the other day died and had no history of medical problems right now a bio weapons yeah your current thought if you go back what we they're pretty much during the Vietnam War so you didn't see a lot of emails in combat they're trying to take out your war your soldiers look at the numbers if anybody will give you access one will see that by far is the only one males and females well they don't know why though which is interesting and and I think you're it was designed that way did you keep saying that because I don't think I don't think well I mean I'm kind of a guy of science so if we okay bowling on the second value that science I know that you're feeling I don't think there's any proof of that whatsoever and part of that is the bugs and gas guys I've talked to over the years say the whole point of developing a bio weapon is that you pointed at the enemy and your immune but you do not release a bio weapon that also comes back in and blows back on you and invite you in your own but you don't do that that's not the point of a bio weapon so you know the the it it you have to cut tell me who developed it and why they developed and all that so many other factors what really comes down to is we don't need that to explain what's happening because these types of novel viruses happen all the time and I say all the time in history meaning pretty regularly in history but I mean I if again if somebody comes up with some evidence some proof I I'll be fascinated but it doesn't have to be that to explain what we have and in fact the evidence of the facts that are in evidence already suggests that this would be this is not how that's done because we're gonna end up if if the Chinese did it they were killing themselves it's a crapshoot or whether it gets over here or it gets over to Italy or whatever and I just don't think that that's what that was for but I know that some people are heavily invested in that theory so I hope they feel like they've heard that side aired first time caller line Gary is in Cleveland on coast to coast Kerry hello yeah first caller I've been listening so for twenty five years first time I've ever called in in it because the light listen to you I'm not on the radio and usually sleeping at this time that's a good thing yeah I think god has woken me up because he reckons the importance of the call you tell you about a article is published in the beacon journal yesterday and it talked about the use of scent detection dogs to detect the corona virus in people yeah absolutely yes made in our article in it so it's like some other research that had been in two thousand sixteen by and I H. along in conjunction with Auburn University school of veterinary medicine where they found dead dogs were ninety nine point nine percent accurate in detecting viruses wow wow yeah you have to look at that yeah that's that's amazing because that would seemingly be a lot easier to take otherwise already trained canines for example and if they're already knowing how to find a scent and somehow this is just a different version of that where some but they're picking up something from somebody's ferre moans or they're picking it up from somebody's you know perspiration or however it is that the animal would detect that that that's gonna be a lot cheaper than waiting for a bunch of you know boxes of tests to arrive in the mail I think that's really cool well I think it's a game changer if the truth that's all to be would wise up and recognized with potentiality pull on unfortunately you know you have western medicine he says the only thing we can do is take a stethoscope and determine you know if if you do have a problem if you do take an aspirin and go home and go to bed and that yeah I don't know that that's a fair description of western medicine on this one I don't I don't know that that's all because I I just had a friend survived it and they didn't do that at all yeah it was hardly I was just being a little facetious I get what I just yeah okay well I like the dog here let's stay with that and and hope somebody else picks up on that so that's the idea is that you know you're driving to the location and then all the paperwork is taking care of everything is bar coded and you're here you don't have to swap an individual you know because the the nose throat in your system is all one system all you need a live report from the mouth the tongue right sort of thing you put it back into the test to now let's put it into a bunch of Janet you have canisters a C. of twelve canisters that are sitting out there and therefore eighty what Manuel at one then you put the actual S. U. boat test you then and then you you walk the dog pass these canisters no I totally get it yeah yeah it's good the greatest haven't even in crowds you can just do it where he's got a crowd of people and have dogs walk through it if they pick somebody out of the crowd that may be it may be a great way and if you are you people going into a stadium or something like drug sniffing dogs down here that that would be that would be harder fight for example like an airport situation where they're walking down a walk where you could have a fan that could be coming back towards the dog and you could just get the dog ready to go after anybody whose kid carrying the virus well I like that idea that letting them get on planes did I get somebody coming up here at the top of the hour let me get any informality no I got Danny first from Saint Louis and then anyone I've got time thank you Gerry Danny yes thank go ahead I understand natural medicine fifty one years and I got some Intel on lot of things people are talking about I think did al allopathic medical students should be taught preventive medicine and they're not at all in a simple solution is to use them natural Pathak medicine.

Jason Robert who Tucson
"robert who" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"robert who" Discussed on WTVN

"About that my my custom for a second I was drinking water we have several people hang on let's start with Robert who's in Tucson west of the Rockies on coast to coast AM Robert hi a week or two ago a previous caller asked about the sirens in Homer's Odyssey I wanted to say the sirens are also mentioned as you all know by the Greek poet Euripides the legends of Jason and the Argonauts in their quest for the Golden Fleece a Greek mythology has the sirens is those three seniors who lord of his songs sailors to their deaths by shipwreck on the rocks and this mythology translated to sailors sightings of mermaids in Great Britain Ireland and Scandinavia and in Germany is Loralai actually what they might have been seeing though however R. C. mammals cold manatees which are also known in the dictionary his side really ends up river thank you ari and high A. as it's been interesting is that because I know that that was even true when the Spanish were coming closer and other explorers are coming to Florida that they they're they're similar reports about seeing mermaids which I think you're you're right in pointing out is probably amenity and probably the result of these sailors being away from women for a very long time that they could look at manatee and go Hey she's hot yes I but I didn't know that that would be manatees around any of the Greek islands I don't know exactly I don't think so the supposedly seen inland in warmer waters yeah but I don't think around it like the Mediterranean I didn't think they had that on that I don't know what what was being seen and then it's interesting but that that's the closest thing I could think of no I think you're right I I've I've heard this theory proposed in that the manatees would certainly be a fit for it's kind of like the crack in right that somewhere along the line there are there were stories that pre existed and then giant squids you know to have been cited in that field in the crack in thing or maybe it's vice versa they see the giant squid and they make that can we get to the legend of of the crack and either way the interplay is always very interesting and I think highly influenced by so many people don't talk about a lot except I saw once in a very critical academic review about malnourishment on the ships that would mean that sailors were getting by on on on alcohol because they were given a certain amount of rations for alcohol every day and that between the lack of protein and high amounts of alcohol they would have been prone to hallucinations now I'm like god it is I who is sort of that practical side to myth making that you don't think so much but Bridget the comment thanks so much for hanging out that's what I love about open lines you never know what's going to happen let's go to bill in Pennsylvania on coast to coast bill yeah Hey we we have little while listener about two years now with the renewal of the second straight all of the topics they come up with you know what they have now so you want to break that Alaska you would discuss it on the news a statement about maybe would be encouraged you know you never know well I I hate to think that but that was the caller's proposition yes more updated American I study a lot of the industry allegedly stuff sure and a lot of native American cultures have something happens just like that well we've reached a point where mothers have had enough a B. B. hello basically in their language the raping and pillaging of her natural and she gives us right exactly she's gonna get hungry are you look over the last couple years we've had like back to back like earthquakes in back to back Markale here one here one here and bought a lot of stuff they haven't erupted over hundreds of years and you know I didn't start looking at the stuff that's going on all along the nature of the volcano is that it may not a rep for a hundred years so that's not surprising right dormant volcanoes are always gonna close under happening around the same time the loans are quick you know maybe it could be but now you look at this virus it's exciting and it's being allowed to spread because one we don't know what it is we don't know what the fight with we're still in the experimental stage I feel really discriminant Lee and then you look at that kind of like if you do the numbers on my last assignment I'm also on the back the last time that I had was with basically a filing cabinet group or like your military intelligence right now I got out in seventy eight and at that point our no Terry television had the defense department several Kirklees will take on trying to put something together as a bio weapon yeah I mean that the bugs in gas people have been around for a long time you look at this the way this is working I got that's where the experts would disagree with him though I've got a few contacts left here in major cities or what they're seeing we're not hearing from all the news and it elders because they're weak they're old they already had problems with a lot of not how underlying health problems aid groups downside say like around upper fifties that have died from the fed had those kind of problems are younger women are dying it's not like having like problematical records Jack should do is just what that thirty years on the other day died and had no history of medical problems right now a bio weapons it made our wartime thought yeah you go back to what we they're pretty much during the Vietnam War so you didn't see a lot of emails in combat it was designed to take out your water if your soldiers look at the numbers if anybody will give you access to see that by far is the only one males and females well they don't know why though which is interesting and and I think you're it was designed that way this yeah I mean you keep saying that because I don't think I don't think well I mean I'm kind of a guy of science so if we okay bowling on the second value that science I know that you're feeling I don't think there's any proof of that whatsoever and part of that is the bugs and gas guys I've talked to over the years say the whole point of developing a bio weapon is that you pointed at the enemy and your immune but you do not release a bio weapon that also comes back in and blows back on you and invite you in your own but you don't do that that's not the point of a bio weapon so you know the the it it you have to cut tell me who developed it and why they developed and all that so many other factors what really comes down to is we don't need that to explain what's happening because these types of novel viruses happen all the time and I say all the time in history meaning pretty regularly in history but I mean I if again if somebody comes up with some evidence some proof I I'll be fascinated but it doesn't have to be that to explain what we have and in fact the evidence of the facts that are in evidence already suggests that this would be this is not how that's done because we're gonna end up if if the Chinese did it they were killing themselves it's a crapshoot or whether it gets over here or it gets over to Italy or whatever and I just don't think that that's what that was for but I know that some people are heavily invested in that theory so I hope they feel like they've heard that side aired first time caller line Gary is in Cleveland on coast to coast Kerry hello yeah first callers I've been loosing me so for twenty five years first time I've ever called in in it that her delight to listen to you I'm not on the radio and usually sleeping at this time that's a good thing yeah I think god has woken me up because the rescue three of course of the call you tell you about a article is published in the beacon journal yesterday and it talked about the use of scent detection dogs to detect the corona virus in people yeah absolutely yes mating our article in a site other research that had been in two thousand sixteen by and I H. along in conjunction with Auburn University school of veterinary medicine where they found dead dogs were ninety nine point nine percent accurate in detecting viruses wow wow Gary you have to look at that yeah I that's that's amazing because that would seemingly be a lot easier to take otherwise already trained canines for example and if they're already knowing how to find the scent and somehow this is just a different version of that where some but they're picking up something from somebody's pharaoh moans or they're picking it up from somebody's you know perspiration or however it is that the animal would detect that that that's gonna be a lot cheaper than waiting for a bunch of you know boxes of tests to arrive in the mail I think that's really cool one it's a game changer if these that's all to be would wise up and recognized with potentiality pull on unfortunately you know you have western medicine he says the only thing we can do is take a stethoscope and determine you know if we if we do have a problem if you do take an aspirin government go to bat and yeah I don't know that that's a fair description of western medicine on this one I don't I don't know that that's all because I I just had a friend survived it and they didn't do that at all yeah it was hardly I was just being a little facetious I get that but I just yeah okay well I like the dog theory let's stay with that and and I hope somebody else picks up on that so that's the idea is that you know you're driving to the location and then all the paperwork is taking care of everything is bar coded and you're here you don't have to swap an individual you know because the the nose throat in your system is all one system all you need a live report from the mouth the tongue right for a thing you put it back into the test to now let's put it into a bunch of Janet you have canisters of CM twelve canisters that are sitting out there and therefore eighty foot long well at one then you put the actual S. U. boat tests to bed and then you you walk the dog pass these canisters no I totally get it yeah yeah it's great the greatest haven't even in crowds you can just do it where he's got a crowd of people and have dogs walk through it if they pick somebody out of the crowd that may be it may be a great way of the future are you people going into a stadium or something like drug sniffing dogs down here that that would be that would be harder fight for example like an airport which racial where they're walking down a walk where you could have a fan that could be coming back towards the dog and you could just get the dog ready to go after anybody whose kid carrying the virus well I like that idea that letting them get on planes did I get somebody coming up here at the top of the hour let me get any informality no I got Danny first from Saint Louis and then anyone I've got time thank you Gerry Danny yes Hey go ahead I've been studying natural medicine fifty one years.

Jason Robert who Tucson
"robert who" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"robert who" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"That's not botch an AV AGD twenty eight at one oh four seven FM sorry about that my my customer for a second I was drinking water we have several people hang on let's start with Robert who's in Tucson west of the Rockies on coast to coast AM Robert hi a week or two ago a previous caller asked about the sirens in Homer's Odyssey I wanted to say the sirens are also mentions you will know by the Greek poet Euripides the legends of Jason and the Argonauts in their quest for the Golden Fleece a Greek mythology has the silences those three seniors who lord of his songs sailors to their deaths by shipwreck on the rocks and this mythology translated to sailors sightings of mermaids in Great Britain Ireland and Scandinavia and in Germany is Loralai actually what they might have been seeing though however R. C. mammals cold manatees which are also known in the dictionary his side really ends up lever thank you ari and hi A. as there is an interesting is that because I know that that was even true when the Spanish were coming closer and other explores for coming to Florida that they they're they're similar reports about seeing mermaids which I think you're you're right in pointing out is probably amenity and probably the result of these sailors being away from women for a very long time that they could look at manatee and go Hey she's hot yes I but I did know that that would be manatees around any of the Greek islands I don't know exactly I don't think so the supposedly seen inland in warmer waters yeah but I don't think around it like the Mediterranean I didn't think they have that on that I don't know what what what was being seen and then it's interesting but that that's that's the closest thing I could think of no I think you're right at times I've heard this theory proposed in that the manatees would certainly be a fit for it's kind of like the crack in right that somewhere along the line there are there were stories that pre existed and then giant squids you know to have been cited in that field in the crack and think or maybe it's vice versa they see the giant squid and they make that can we get to the legend of of the crack and either way the interplay is always very interesting and I think highly influenced by so many people don't talk about a lot except I thought once in a that critical academic review about malnourishment on the ships that would mean that sailors were getting by on on on alcohol because they were given a certain amount of rations for alcohol every day and that between the lack of protein and high amounts of alcohol they would have been prone to hallucinations yeah I'm like god it is I who is sort of that practical side to myth making that you don't think so much I appreciate the comment thanks so much for hanging out that's what I love about open lines you never know what's going to happen let's go to bill in Pennsylvania on coast to coast bill yeah Hey yeah I we have little while listener about two years now with the goal of the second straight all of the topics they come up with you know what they have now all you want to break that Alaska you would discuss it on the news a statement about maybe will be encouraged you know you never know well I I hate to think that but that was the caller's proposition yes and Bob date now American I study a lot of the history allegedly stuff sure a lot of native American cultures have something happens just like that well we've reached a point where mothers have had enough hello basically in their language the raping and pillaging of her natural he gives us right exactly she's going to get you know you look over the last couple years we've had like back to back like earthquakes in back to back mocktails here one here one here and bought other stuff and haven't erupted over hundreds of years and you know I think you start looking at the stuff that's going on all along the nature of the volcano is that it may not a rep for a hundred years so that's not surprising right dormant volcanoes are always gonna close to happening around the same time the loans are quick you know maybe it could be but now you look at this virus right and it's Neil out desperate because one we don't know what it is we don't know quite what we're still in the experimental stage hi Kelly discriminant Lee and then you look at that kind of like if you do the numbers on my left finally I'm also on the back the last time that I had was with basically a filing cabinet group or like you know it's very intelligent right now I got out in seventy eight and that that point are well Terry television had the defense department several Kirklees will take on trying to put something together as a bio weapon yeah I mean that the bugs in gas people have been around for a long time you look at this way this is working I've got that's where the experts would disagree with him though I've got a few contacts left here in major cities and what they're seeing we're not hearing from all the news and it elders because they're weak they're old they already had problems with a lot of non how underlying health problems aid groups downside say like around upper fifties that have died from the US and had those kind of problems now younger women are dying it's not like having like corporate medical records that should be was just what that thirty years on the other day died and had no history of medical problems right now a bio weapon it made our whole war crimes thought yeah you go back to what we Hey pretty much during the Vietnam War so you didn't see a lot of emails in combat it was designed to take out your water if you sold this look at the numbers well you'll get exactly how much it will see that by far is the only one males and females well they don't know why though which is interesting and and I think you're it was designed that way this you keep saying that because I don't think I don't think well I mean I'm kind of a guy of science so if we okay bowling on the second value that yeah I know that you're feeling I don't think there's any proof of that whatsoever and part of that is the bugs and gas guys I've talked to over the years say the whole point of developing a bio weapon is that you pointed that the enemy and your immune but you do not release a bio weapon that also comes back in and then blows back on you and invite you in your own but you don't do that that's not the point of a bio weapon so you know the the it it you have to cut tell me who developed it and why they developed and all that so many other factors when really comes down to is we don't need that to explain what's happening because these types of novel viruses happen all the time and I say all the time in history meaning pretty regularly in history but I mean I if again if somebody comes up with some evidence some proof I I'll be fascinated but it doesn't have to be that to explain what we have and in fact the evidence of the facts that are in evidence already suggests that this would be this is not how that's done because we're gonna end up if if the Chinese did it they were killing themselves it's a crapshoot or whether it gets over here or it gets over to Italy or whatever and I just don't think that that's what that was for but I know that some people are heavily invested in that theory so I hope they feel like they've heard that side aired first time caller line Gary is in Cleveland on coast to coast Kerry hello yeah first caller I've been listening so for twenty five years first time I've ever called in and I love her delight to listen to your honor under Reagan usually sleeping at this time that's a good thing yeah I think god has woken me up because rescue three of course of the call you tell you about a article is published in the beacon journal yesterday and it talked about the use of scent detection dogs to detect the corona virus in people yeah absolutely yes made in our article in a fight other research that had been in two thousand sixteen by and I H. along in conjunction with Auburn University school of veterinary medicine where they found dead dogs were ninety nine point nine percent accurate in detecting viruses wow wow Gary you have to look at that yeah I know that's that's amazing because that would seemingly be a lot easier to take otherwise already trained canines for example and if they're already knowing how to find the scent and somehow this is just a different version of that where some but they're picking up something from somebody's ceremonies are they're picking it up from somebody's you know perspiration or however it is that the animal would detect that that that's gonna be a lot cheaper than waiting for a bunch of you know boxes of tests to arrive in the mail I think that's really cool what a game changer if these that's all to be would wipe up and recognized with potentiality pull on unfortunately you know you have western medicine he says the only thing I can do is take a stethoscope and determine you know if if you do have a problem if you do take an aspirin and go home and go to bed and that yes that's a fair description of western medicine on this one I don't I don't know that that's all because I I just had a friend survived it and they didn't do that at all yeah it was hardly I was just being a little facetious I get what I just yeah okay well I like the dog theory let's stay with that and and hope somebody else picks up on that so that's the idea that you know you're driving to the location and then all the paperwork is taking care of everything is bar coded and you're here you don't have to swipe an individual you know because the the nose throat and your system is all one system all you need a live report from the mouth the tongue right for a thing you put it back into the test to now let's put it into a budget cannot you have canisters a C. of twelve canisters that are sitting out there and therefore eighty foot long well at one then you put the actual have you both have to bed and then you you walk the dog passed these canisters no I totally get it yeah yeah it's good the greatest haven't even in crowds you could just do it we just got a crowd of people and have dogs walk through it if they pick somebody out of the crowd that may be it may be a great way of the future are you people going into a stadium or something like drug sniffing dogs down here that that would be that would be harder but for example like an airport that you a show where they're walking down a walk where you could have a fan that could be coming back towards the dog and you could just give the dog ready to go after anybody whose kid carrying the virus well I like that idea that letting them get on planes did I get somebody coming up here at the top of the hour let me get any informality no I got Danny first from Saint Louis and then anyone I've got time thank you Gerry Danny yes Hey go ahead I'm a natural medicine fifty one years and I got them into it on a lot of things people are talking about I think this out allopathic medical students should be taught preventive medicine and they're not at all in a simple solution is to use them natural.

Jason Robert who Tucson
"robert who" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"robert who" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"About that my my car still for a second I was drinking water we have several people hang on let's start with Robert who's in Tucson west of the Rockies on coast to coast AM Robert hi a week or two ago a previous caller asked about the sirens in Homer's Odyssey I wanted to say the sirens are also mentioned as you all know by the Greek poet Euripides the legends of Jason and the Argonauts in their quest for the Golden Fleece a Greek mythology has the silences those three seniors who lord of his songs sailors to their deaths by shipwreck on the rocks and this mythology translated to sailors sightings of mermaids in Great Britain Ireland and Scandinavia and in Germany is Loralai actually what they might have been seeing though however R. C. mammals cold manatees certain which are also known in the dictionary has side really ends up river thank you ari and hi A. as that's interesting is that because I know that that was even true when the Spanish were coming closer and other explorers are coming to Florida that they they're they're similar reports about seeing mermaids which I think you're you're right in pointing out is probably amenity and probably the result of these sailors being away from women for a very long time that they could look at manatee and go Hey she's hot yes I but I did know that that would be manatees around any of the Greek islands I don't know exactly no don't think so supposedly seen inland in warmer waters yeah but I don't think around it like the Mediterranean I didn't think they had that on that I don't know what what was being seen and then it's interesting but that that's the closest thing I can think of no I think you're right at times over this theory proposed in that the manatees would certainly be a fit for it's kind of like the crack in right that somewhere along the line there were there were stories that pre existed and then giant squids you know to have been cited in that field in the crack in thing or maybe it's vice versa they see the giant squid and they make that can we get to the legend of of the crack and either way the interplay is always very interesting and I think highly influenced by something people don't talk about a lot except I saw once in a the critical academic review about malnourishment on the ships that would mean that sailors were getting by on on on alcohol because they were given a certain amount of rations for alcohol every day and that between the lack of protein and high amounts of alcohol they would have been prone to hallucinations now I'm like guys it I I it's sort of that practical side to myth making that you don't think so much I appreciate the comment thanks so much for hanging out that's what I love about open lines you never know what's going to happen let's go to bill in Pennsylvania on coast to coast bill yeah we we have little while listeners about two years now if there is a lot of the second straight all of the topics they come up with you know let him out so you want to make that Alaska you would discuss it on the news a statement about maybe will be in the cards you know you never know well I I hate to think that but that was the caller's proposition yes more updated American I study a lot of the history allegedly stuff sure and a lot of native American cultures have something happens just like that well we've reached a point one mother I've had enough good news hello basically in their language the raping and pillaging of her natural she gives us right exactly she's gonna get hungry you know you look over the last couple years I would I like back to back like earthquakes in back to back mocktails here one year one year and more other stuff they haven't erupted over hundreds of years and you know I mean you start looking at the stuff that's going on all along the nature of the volcano is that it may not a rough for a hundred years so that's not surprising right dormant volcanoes are always gonna close under happening around the same time the winds are quick you know maybe it could be but now you look at this virus a clear writing and is being allowed to spread because one we don't know what it is we don't want to fight with we're still in the experimental stage I feel really discriminant Lee yeah how you look at that kind of like if you do the numbers on my last assignment I'm also on the back the last assignment I had was with basically a filing cabinet group or like you know it's very intelligent right now I got out in seventy eight at that point our no Terry television the defense department knew several Kirklees will take on trying to put something together as a bio weapon yeah I mean that the bugs in gas people have been around for a long time if you look at this the way this is working I've got that's where the experts would disagree with him though I've got a few contacts left here in major cities or what they're seeing we're not hearing from all the news and it's elders because they're weak they're old they already had problems with a lot of not how underlying health problems a lot of aid groups downside say like around upper fifties that had died from yes I've had those kind of problems now younger ones are dire time not like having like public medical records Jack should do is just what that thirty years on the other day died and had no history of medical problems right now a bio weapons it made apple more time thought if you go back roughly they're pretty much during the Vietnam War so you didn't see a lot of emails in combat it was designed to take out your water if your soldiers look at the numbers if anybody will get a tax ID number do not see that by far is the only one males and females well they don't know why though which is interesting and and I think you're I am that way this way I think you keep saying that because I don't think I don't think well I mean I'm kind of a guy of science so if we okay bowling on the second value that science I know that you're feeling I don't think there's any proof of that whatsoever and part of that is the bugs and gas guys I've talked to over the years say the whole point of developing a bio weapon is that you pointed at the enemy and your immune but you do not release a bio weapon that also comes back in and blows back on you and it bites you in your own but you don't do that that's not the point of a bio weapon so you know the the it it you have to tell me who developed it and why they developed and all that so many other factors what really comes down to is we don't need that to explain what's happening because these types of novel viruses happen all the time and I say all the time in history meaning pretty regularly in history but I mean I if again if somebody comes up with some evidence some proof I I'll be fascinated but it doesn't have to be that to explain what we have and in fact the evidence of the facts that are in evidence already suggests that this would be this is not how that's done because we're gonna end up if if the Chinese did it they were killing themselves it's a crapshoot or whether it gets over here or gets over to Italy or whatever and I just don't think that that's what that was for but I know that some people are heavily invested in that theory so I hope they feel like they've heard that side aired first time caller line Gary is in Cleveland on coast to coast Kerry hello yeah first caller I've been listening so for twenty five years first time I've ever called in and it was her delight to listen to you I'm not on the radio and usually sleeping at this time that's a good thing yeah I think god has woken me up because he reckons the importance of the call you tell you about a article is published in the beacon journal yesterday and it talked about the use of scent detection dogs to detect the corona virus in people yeah absolutely yes mating our article in a site from other research that had been in two thousand sixteen by and I H. along in conjunction with Auburn University school of veterinary medicine where they found that dogs were ninety nine point nine percent accurate in detecting viruses wow wow yeah you have to look at that yeah I know that's I it's amazing because that would seemingly be a lot easier to take otherwise already trained canines for example and if they're already knowing how to find a scent and somehow this is just a different version of that where some but they're picking up something from somebody's pheromones are they're picking it up from somebody's you know perspiration or however it is that the animal would detect that that that's gonna be a lot cheaper than waiting for a bunch of you know boxes of tests to arrive in the mail I think that's really cool what it's a game changer if the that's all to be would wise up and recognize its potentiality pull on unfortunately you know you have western medicine he says the only thing we can do is take a stethoscope and determine you know if we if we do have a problem if you do take an aspirin government go to bat and yeah I don't know that that's a fair description of western medicine on this one I don't I don't know that that's all because I I just had a friend survived it and they didn't do that at all yeah it was hardly I was just being a little facetious I get that but I just yeah okay well I like the dog theory let's stay with that and and hope somebody else picks up on that so that's the idea is that you know you're driving to the location and then all the paperwork is taking care of everything is bar coded in here you don't have to swap an individual enough because the the nose throat and your system is all one system all you need to live in for a from the mouse the tongs right sort of thing you put it back into the test to now let's put it into a bunch of Janet you have canisters a C. of twelve canisters that are sitting out there and therefore eighty foot long well at one and you put the actual S. U. boat tests to bed and then you you walk the dog pass these canisters no I totally get it yeah yeah it's good the greatest haven't even in crowds you can just do it we just got a crowd of people and have dogs walk through it if they pick somebody out of the crowd that may be it may be a great way of the future are you people going into a stadium or something like drug sniffing dogs down here that that would be that would be harder fight for example like an airport situation where they're walking down a walk where you could have a fan that could be coming back towards the dog and you could just get the dog ready to go after anybody whose kid carrying the virus well I like that idea that letting them get on planes did I get somebody coming up here at the top of the hour let me get any informality no I got Danny first from Saint Louis and then anyone I've got time thank you Gerry Danny yes thank go ahead yeah I've been studying natural medicine fifty one years and I got them into it on the lot of the things people are talking about I think did al allopathic medical students should be taught preventive medicine they're not at all in a simple solution is to use them natural Pathak.

Jason Robert who Tucson
"robert who" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Tough blocking they've got this new full back number fifty two a land and Robert who's been there for three years a linebacker play twenty one snap at full back on Saturday night and he's we know what number no deadline no injuries no doing now and no Gronk so they've been missing all the they're kind of figure themselves out of the perfect time our football wins whatever works I think it is a huge deal we got the group gets a good defense that the defense is good sometimes I think we oversell the power football portion of it I don't think they need to be a quote power running team I think you need to be effective and they're not that effective like berry or one of the worst rushing teams in the NFL there are only five teams in the NFL that run the football less effectively than the New England Patriots their the Pittsburgh Steelers who don't appear to be making the playoffs this year the Chicago Bears they're not making the playoffs this year Tampa Bay they're not making the playoffs this year Miami they're not making the playoffs this year New York Jets same thing so there are not many teams in the NFL that run the football worse than them they will be the worst rushing team that enters the playoffs based on what we've seen in the regular season now I think the light at the end of the tunnel was very simply going to be they have ran the football very effectively the last couple weeks like I was really impressed by what I saw them do against the Buffalo Bills they ran the ball effectively they were balanced and they played a very strong ball control type game against the Buffalo Bills they ran the ball more than they threw it one of their big problems this year has simply been a high passing volume for Brady and Brady still on the ball too much because they can't run the football effectively so you got you something and they've been using Brady throwing it short and intermediate passes as the extended running game but Brady threw the ball thirty three times they ran the ball thirty five times and got four point one yards a carry they are going to be very difficult to beat at home if they can run the ball that way but was that a one week thing or is that something that they can continue to do because they didn't run the ball that effectively against Kansas city in Kansas city's rush defense is probably the weakest part of their team Kansas city is not a very effective run defense type team at least a war in the early part of the season but they haven't really played a team that can run the football effectively so they ran the ball twenty two times for ninety four yards and I know it's four point three yards per carry but in the flow of the game they didn't really run the ball well Brady had to Kerry's for twenty yards and I got them ten yards a carry and that was basically it James White had six cares for thirty three yards sunny Machel only have five carries for eight yards in the game against Kansas city so they didn't run the ball very well against Kansas city which was the other playoff even they played this month but they did against buffalo so if New England is going to turn it around if they're going to be a legitimate playoff type contending team they need to run the football effectively because Brady at this point his career simply is not good enough to carry you by himself he well you could do that last year and I doubt even he could do a last year but we've seen Brady take inferior rosters and go to the Superbowl and win the Superbowl but this Brady this is the worst Brady that we've ever seen I even worse than we first found out who Brady Wallace this is the worst Brady that we've seen he's completely sixty one percent of his passes he is twenty two touchdown passes seven interceptions in six point six yards per attempt let's just call it what it is pretty has been good this year he hasn't been effective he hasn't been a fish it this year can he be moving forward something has to give with the office of the New.

Robert who
"robert who" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The sports world racism in order to set a new service branch signed into law this evening on the way tomorrow Lago president trump took time with Andrew their base to sign the defense authorization bill committing another seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars in defense spending troops will get a three point one percent pay raise and Mr trump gets the news service branch he's been promoting taking a potential warfare arena to its own area of expertise and weaponry this is a very big and important moment it's cold the space force talked into the bill twelve weeks of paid parental leave for federal workers but Costantini Washington North Korea criticized the United States for taking issue with its human rights record KCNA reported a foreign ministry spokesman warned Washington's verbal abuse would only aggravate the already tense situation on the Korean peninsula adding the US would pay dearly it's a case of alleged racism on the road as in the morning I will woman Nicole Franklin faces charges after authorities say she ran over a fourteen year old girl due to her ethnicity when police questioned Franklin she told them without hesitating she hit the girl because she was Mexican and then proceeded to make a series of derogatory statements about Latinos Franklin now faces several charges including attempted murder and possibly hate crimes I'm Jeff mackay a Ukrainian security researchers says the database with the names phone numbers and unique user ID's of more than two hundred and sixty seven million Facebook users was exposed on the open internet for at least ten days this month Bob dashing go says most of the users are in the US and the database was likely harvested for criminal purposes Facebook says it's investigating and said it believes the information was obtained before and make technical changes to better protect user data I'm Robert who sat at metro the best deal in wireless is on switch to metro and give one full Amazon prime membership included every month plus get two free phones from top brands like Samsung LG with huge HD screens all with two lines for just.

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"robert who" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Made up the Kelly brothers right now for some money news from Genevieve purported brothers so yesterday at this time president trump was talking a lot and it seems like it's sort of tone down this morning yeah what's actually flipped saying that you know well we we could wait till after the election to do a trade deal to today saying negotiations with the Chinese are going very well so that that is flipped the market a little bit and that's what's going to happen until we get a deal Robin Hood start up in Silicon Valley they do a free trading of of stocks and they've now top ten million accounts and of course Robin Hood is one of the reasons I believe anyway that you saw Schwab and TD Ameritrade and fidelity and a number of these brokerage houses go to no cost trading no commission trading because Robert who's putting pressure on and so so we'll see how they how they make my day they have to make money obviously you can't just give something away I think it's gonna it big that you're gonna be long term sustainable but they do have other ways to make money but terms are trading they're not charging anything now they've just to ten million accounts market overall today higher on those comments from the president despite a private sector jobs report that was not very good to be blunt about it sixty seven thousand jobs added the expectation was a hundred fifty thousand jobs would have been added in November Dow what one ninety three twenty seven six ninety five nasdaq up fifty one the S. and P. of twenty one points gold down six oil up four percent this morning ten year bond yield one.

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"robert who" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"ABC's Amy Robach live on camera saying she Tom out Virginia Roberts who was one Jeffrey abstains victims she told me everything she had pictures she had everything she was in hiding for twelve years we convinced her to come out it was unbelievable what we had we had Clinton talking about Bill Clinton we had every thing that's a Miro back talking washy sitting on the set but the microphones our often the cameras off or so she thinks it it is due to project veritas for exposing this video there is a role especially in modern America for things like project veritas there several others who are doing good work and I and I want to take a moment to explain why it's important and why it's worth your time an effort and money to support him even with small amounts of money let's take TMZ for a moment TMZ is a website an organization dedicated to fighting entertainment news to a committed core audience and then a wider audience that'll say did TMZ had some story that may not be on there every day in TMZ's model is it started as will go out and get the stories you know is are Kanye and Kim really married let's go out and we think they got married let's go out and find video footage or you know whatever else but what happens over a period of time is that they be calm a source where people naturally take those stories there was a time when the national Enquirer in addition to telling stories about you know baby born with pterodactyl head or you know three headed monster born in farm on farm in Kansas the national Enquirer would also break big stories they broke the Tiger Woods story I mean I don't know how any of us are better off because they exposed the fact that that tiger head you know women on the side somehow that was but I guess they they benefited personally from it and a lot of people got to clock in a lot of people who could never play golf as well as tiger could then say yeah he's terrible kick him out of the tour because I guess they were watching him play golf because they thought he was a good husband out I will never quite understand that one but national Enquirer was a place that people would take stories and I would tell you that is what wine steam used to his advantage his lawyers and his strategic team went to Packer the owner of national Enquirer and one of the things that Packer was doing was this catch and kill is what Ronan Farrow is written about and they would go to somebody like rose McGowan and say Hey we hear you got to goods on Harvey Weinstein and he did a terrible thing to you and she'd say well look we'll pay you for the story but we have to get the exclusive can't give it to anybody else okay here's our contract okay all right here's your check they would take that story they would find out everything about that story even ours is there anything we can the stores or anyone who disagrees with you is there is there anything about you we need to know they would find out all this information about her is if they're friendly media outlet turns out they were far from it in they would take her story she's prohibited by contract giving that stored anyone else they're not under contract to air it because she just she has no idea that they have no intention of printing it they've been paid not as a media outlet they've been paid almost like a private investigator to get your story and then to kill it it's catching kill they get your story they kill it they smother your story they don't air it and they won't let you give it to anyone else if they do they also you and it will put you in a real real pickle so TMZ is is one of those outlets for entertainment news right but what has ended up happening is project veritas has become a place that is rather boldly willing to take on the stories they're on unlike in B. C. that would air Ronan Farrow story about Harvey Weinstein unlike some of these major news networks that won't take on the stories they hide from when they kill the stories quite the opposite project veritas is going out to look at forum and I think what you're going to see more of is is rather than them going out and doing the undercover investigation you're gonna see them starting to receive more of them and that appears to be what happened here somebody knew they could trust James o'keefe a project veritas in they could say Hey I've got this video of this woman at ABC and and she is she is saying she had the story three years ago an ABC killed the story and James o'keefe is very good at them promoting that he is effectively ironic he is becoming sort of Harvey Weinstein of negative stories on mainstream media like it on CNN and not mainstream on on major networks CBS NBC ABC he is becoming what Harvey Weinstein was Harvey Weinstein would sit back and people would bring a movie to him it might be finished any was there are now by the movie but you're gonna have to re cut this scene and change this and I'll promoted and he would use the capital that he had built up to make this movie that you're done which would have been an also ran movie into a huge super hit it so he would because he developed that that that reputation he became someone he became a pipeline for great movies and now his deal flow was I don't have to go out make movies they bring the movie to me I put my stamp over the top of it and then I IRA distributed and I tell the writers what to say and I you know wine and dine though the press and we make this movie it we blow this movie up you look we all know that whether a song becomes a hit our movie becomes a hit or for that matter some politicians become big is not an athlete is not always because of how good they are on the merits it's whether the media gets behind it it's whether there's a groundswell behind them so I say let's say this if you got a spare but instead of giving it to some state rep candidate eight states away it might be a good idea to send a few Bucks project veritas James o'keefe is doing great work over there and I'll tell you who else is is what's Tom fitness group cello a judicial watch they're the ones going in and digging out all these documents in and do the freedom of information request and all that sort of stuff but here's a story I want to tell you the person who released that that video of Amy Robach is now at CBS news and CBS news.

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"robert who" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And Robert who sat double. your mail news eight oh two on Ryan piers political hardball on display today as the SI fight for statehood before the house oversight committee. bouncer says naysayers are mostly worried about the C. getting two senators it is true that we are more brown and more liberal than some of you it should not matter what our politics are two GOP congressman Jim Jordan it's not the politics it's the scandals keeping DC from getting a star on the flag sadly the allegations against Mister Evans are just the latest in a series of local DC political scandals Mister berry Mister gray Jim Graham Bobby brown Michael brown Harry Thomas junior all recent elected DC officials with a cloud of scandal John Matthews on WMAL and WMAL dot com Republican lawmakers in Virginia are renewing their push to holy bipartisan hearing into sexual assault allegations two women have made against the state's democratic lieutenant governor house courts of justice committee chairman delegate Rodbell press Democrats on Thursday to hold a hearing on October sixteenth that's just a few weeks before legislative elections two women earlier this year publicly accused Fairfax of sexual assault instead they want to testify before the legislature but only of both political parties participate Fairfax denied wrong doings most house Democrats having opposed to public hearing saying it would be a little more than a political stunt members of Maryland panel have voted to meet privately to discuss how to pay for billions of dollars in proposed new education funding a work crew focusing on how state and local governments would split those costs voted Thursday to discuss funding models behind closed doors Annapolis William Kerr one who chairs a state commission on K. twelve funding says their only meeting to understand how the model works and no decisions are being made but governor Larry Hogan budget secretary objected to closing the discussion he says that all discussion should be open to public scrutiny the panel is working on making recommendations to state lawmakers W. I. mail news time fatal form.

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"robert who" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on KTOK

"State supreme court ruled on a Medicaid expansion petition. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay news center. And this is Oklahoma's first news hot and humid today. Our forecast is coming up. The Oklahoma council of public affairs tried and failed yesterday to persuade the state supreme court. Throw out a Medicaid expansion petition Travis jet is council attorney. The problem is the structure, that's set you can't amend the constitution to offload responsibility to the federal government. But just hours after hearing arguments yesterday. The state supreme court ruled the petition is constitutional and does not mislead voters about what the proposed amendment is intended to do in order to get the issue on a statewide ballot petition organizers, we'll have ninety days to collect one hundred seventy eight thousand signatures, five suspects arrested after a raid on one thirties, or calling a drug house in southwest Oklahoma City yesterday, Oklahoma bureau of NAR. Connex dangerous drugs. Spokesman Mark Woodward tells news, four neighbors, were glad to see. It busted, there's drug paraphernalia all throughout the house. They were very thrilled to see us out there this morning and seeing people go to jail, one of the people arrested. Jacob Roberts who had thirty say was the alleged ringleader. A man police allege was a belligerent passenger on a flight from Pittsburgh to Dallas. That was forced to make an emergency landing in Oklahoma City jailed on complaints, including public drunkenness thirty two year old, Brandon Cordell, Guinness was escort, it off the aircraft after he allegedly got aggressive with the passengers and crew and hit one of the police say, when the officers boarded the plane Guinness was bellowing, an obscenity Laden tirade, and had red watery eyes and slurred speech. Police say passengers and the crew used a zip tie in duct tape to secure Ganassi's hands. President Trump kicking off his twenty twenty election bid last night, and Griff Jenkins says he was sounding familiar theme. President trump. Once again, making border security, the centerpiece of his rally touting progress on building a wall in a new approach to our immigration system. Stop illegal.

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"robert who" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Right now, we've got more on the mullahs report. If you were among the people on either side of the aisle that hope today's release the Miller report with settle things once and for all your probably disappointed if anything the attorney general's reductions to the report and Muller's decision, either indite nor exonerate the president for possible, obstruction of Justice, raise more questions questions that will be asked to both men under oath on Capitol Hill. I talked with ABC legal analyst Royal Oakes. The reductions were attorney general bars is it possible that in fact Muller would say gosh, you know, he went too far in his reductions. Here's what I think we ought to be talking about. It's possible Muller could express an opinion like that. According to the regulations, the report by Muller to bars supposed to be confidential meaning nobody in the world gets to see it unless bar wants them to see it. Now, the regulations also say that bar in his discretion Torney general if he thinks it's in the public interest is free to release summer all the report. But again, it's in his purview. And so that's a pretty tall hill for the Democrats to climb to overcome those regulations say to a court will. Yeah, it seems like he's got a lot of flexibility the dog on it. Our job is really important judge. So one would just bend the rules here and release it. Now there were a couple of times in the Watergate crisis back in the seventies. That's judges released. Some grand jury information. But that's the exception to the rule it usually doesn't happen. And frankly, we're going to go to bed. I would say that if it works its way up to the US court with four solid conservative votes for Trump on the court. Plus chief Justice Roberts who often tilts more. Right and left. I would say that it wouldn't be a shock. If the court rules against the Democrats in this quest to get the underlying material. I'm seeing the opinion expressed in the media by observers that what Muller did here by not making a clear-cut decision on obstruction that he's drawn with they're calling a roadmap for congress. Do you see that opportunity there? Oh, absolutely. I think that may well be what his intention was the idea is that usefully aware of the fact that after all president, very likely cannot be indicted, a while sitting president for a crime, and therefore although radically he could be after he leaves for example. That's why Gerald Ford pardon Richard Nixon because of the possibility of post-presidential indictment, but Muller's intention might have been to just say affect all right congress. Here you go knock yourself out. If you will you wanna try to use what I have on unimpeachable. Front and can can convince a judge to release more information that's your privilege, and I guess we won't know until Muller's under oath in front of congress. If that in fact was is intent. Right. And we expect based on what Jerrold Nadler chair of the judiciary committee set this morning in a press conference that probably may to when we will hear testimony from William bar and within a week or two after that Natalie wood like testimony for Muller. So coming up in the next few weeks, Royal Oakes from ABC news. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you. And we gotta pull going here. Reaction of congress. Getting a second version with fewer reductions as a K dot com. The afternoon news with kitty O'Neill's expe-. Now Chapman weather together. Every ten minutes. We'd come to the end of our checks with Steve Harare who's been in for Dana has today. We've got business us coming up right now. Here's your traffic..

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"robert who" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on KTRH

"I live off Karbi. Your forecast is coming up at twenty past seven forty KTAR. A kit is seven eighteen now here in Houston's morning news. Well, we thought there was going to be a conservative takeover of the supreme court. Then it turns out that the so far anyway Brad Kavanagh's walking in lockstep with John Roberts who turned out to be conservative. As we initially thought. Join us to talk about it Gerald trees, professor of constitutional law and VP of south Texas school of all by the way, belated happy birthday to you Syria. Still counting them are. You like me. Conscientious objector. Well, okay. So what do you think here of what's going on with Brad Kavanagh? This will be expected. Yeah. It's hard to do to testicle analysis after just six months. Remember, most of these cases, I the judge has had nothing to do with the case even being there. But having said that I'm still waiting for the second part of this term that's going on right now. That's some really hot cases, dealing with partisan gerrymandering and citizenship on the census things like that. But the one surprise scholars scratching their heads was a win Roberts became the person. That cavenaugh followed on the question, Texas and other sites that wanted to limit funding to Planned Parenthood. It's a very conservative issue. I was even surprised for A Roberts was on that. But it seems to me that Kevin of be very conservative on abortion issues and on religion issues. But I was wrong on that one. It's really. Sort of like trying to call a baseball game in the first inning. There's just not enough data yet to determine if judge Cavanaugh is going to be his own man, which he probably is contrasted to following someone like Roberts who is. I part time conservative and part time non conservative, and it's just too early to tell. Do you get the feeling that? Maybe there's a little bit of hesitancy when we have things was such rhetoric, and is so heightened in a much made of the fact that Justice Cavanaugh was a Catholic and all this. Maybe it's just, hey, look, we're going to deal with the law and on things that aren't going to send our ship of country into the rocks. We're going to play a conservative that way. Instead sure I'll say about question. Thanks. So let's right explosive an unfair rhetoric during his confirmation hearing, many people many individuals or say, I bet he's trying to hook onto judge Roberts. She get a little protection. But that's just been judged. Kevin history. Robertson Cano came from the court of appeals which people say is the second team corden court path according to United Site. I think he follows his own cast. The Sanders is their own stereotypical thinking rather than the judges and asking the questions, but I share I just think I think his respected jurists. He's a very good judge at the question of if he's going to be aligned with judge Roberts toy Thomas was with Philly. I don't think anybody could have a moral alignment Thomas was Calleja. They were just one person voting twice but on on this. I just think it's first of all I think you go look at the cases they've looked at. But more importantly, there's three big cases that are out there. This term that I'm looking for which is the partisan gerrymandering, which means can you do redistricting lines not a rice, which no you can't do that on political reasons citizenship on census and religious symbols cases, outta Maryland. That's gonna give me more of a reading on where the judge stands. But as it stands right now. It's just to. To call a baseball game after two innings, and I just I just think it's too early. I I have nothing about respect for judge Cavin on. I think he was treated unfairly. I think the workout time is going to have it. It's just the trend is now said since Bork Bork series. It's just a bloodbath. Whoever is nominated to court, and I just think that's a sad state of affairs. But it's still society we live in professor, thanks for joining us. Good to hear from you, sir. Gerald trees, professor Costas show law and VP of the south Texas school of law. You're on news NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h time now for traffic and weather together. We have around that coming up starting with Julie darning two right lanes blocked on the north side. It's going to be the Tombaugh Parkway to forty nine southbound at the north Sam Houston, so give yourself at least ten minutes to get through their rush hour is taking over force. If you're trying to travel on the inbound side forty five north freeway now from beltway to downtown. We're up to forty minutes. Now, if you're on the inbound side of two ninety Barker Cyprus to beltway eight that's going to be about fifteen minutes for you. 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"robert who" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"robert who" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They're going to tell you about Robert who called our line a couple of weeks ago, and he is a real estate investor, and he says, you know, I've always been in real estate. I I've actually been an entrepreneur all my life. And I don't have a lot coming from social security big because of that. So I know that it's really going to be up to me. My retirement plan is one hundred percent me. And so he wanted me to explain a little bit more about the raft strategy because we do talk about it being liquid and so forth. And he said, you know, is that the kind of thing if I put some money towards that and build it up to you know, let's say two three hundred thousand dollars can I take money out of it. Temporarily to go say buy a house, and then flip it and put the money back in I said, absolutely. And he's only fifty five years old. So the whole plan for him. And that we set up over the next several years is for him to put in thirty thousand dollars per year because he said that he can certainly handle that because of his income so thirty thousand dollars per year, he's gonna put in the for the next his ideas the next fifteen years, and so then when he seventy when he wants a hundred percent retire. He's expected. Able to take out about sixty thousand dollars tax free per year. Now think about that if he lives twenty five years sixty thousand dollars every twenty five years. Holy cow. I mean, he's really taking out millions of dollars out of this account tax free you and so that's kind of neat. And that's why we say it's like a Roth IRA on steroids. So and by the way, Loretta mean in that case, that's what we would call one of one of the larger wraps strategies thirty thousand dollars in for fifteen years. We have plenty of clients that put in five hundred dollars a month. And we have other clients that say, you know, I've got an extra one hundred thousand I want to get it in this quickly as possible. We we said well you can put in twenty five thousand a year for four years. And then you're you're basically, you're counts fill. All right. And you can just let it do what it's supposed to do with Tom Cruise control and then start taking the benefits whenever you desire to because there is no requirement from the IRS to do that. Which is so darn important. So we want to get you your own illustration. I think so important to see that illustration, and how it would work for your particular set of circumstances. The number to call or text to get the illustration and the book, which outlines all the features all the benefits all the restrictions. It'll get all of your questions answered about the, you know, the IRS regulations, and perhaps why I haven't heard about this before. Or maybe I have heard about it. And I have heard things that I didn't like about it. You know, what what's changed in the account that maybe wasn't available ten years ago? And plenty has by the way, so get the book at the illustration and get your questions answered the number to call or. Text is one eight six six five four four seventy seven fifty five to get.

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