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"santa town" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:20 min | Last week

"santa town" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Watching on one when it's a three thing. Thanks using when you watch things on three eggs. Everyone else seemed to like it. I want you to join. The fast and furious. Says i couldn't. I couldn't even listen. Because i saw a clip. I don't remember if it was from which of the first three movies. But i think they were pouring motor oil over. Somebody's face and i saw that movie. That in the happened in the first movie. Okay well it was very very deeply disturbing to me. And it's an image still really bugs me when i think about it to this day. I can't watch like it just makes me feel victimized stomach to think about it so i can't watch any of the movies or consume any content about them. Okay it's a problem. I'm glad people liked. It is not for me are why are you poor. Motorola someone stays good messed up. Okay akiva we doing talk real quick are do you want to watch the movie. He's all that yes or no. Yes do you want to get it onto the wheel if i short term Yes yes okay yes. Do you wanna watch the movie. She's all that i would. But i don't need to okay. Is it important to you to not do another movie in three acts. I don't think we should go back there yet. But if you really do. I like the branding was right there. So do you want fat on the wheel for three spots for the next three weeks abbott. That okay yeah all right so we have a little bit of a wheel. Jam karston has that sound to you. That's good all right do we. Maybe we want have a we need a. She's all that expert. Yeah if we could find one someone is. She's all that expert. Please damage cuba. Are you okay. We calling keeps all that you could call whatever you want good branding to keep all that has three spots or anything else before we spend the wheel. No that's about it a couple of things that are just off for a week. I don't. I haven't heard that astrology seasons backs. Let's give it one more week. Belieber season again. Yeah we'll wait for li received in which is coming up star so far away. That's very soon and also very full jenny. Jenny muzak my birthday buddies on mabel. Mabel figure that out to record recorded on your birthday absolutely we could a couple of weeks and The other one is. That's not gonna happen. This week is My beloved what age again. Just a kfc santa town okay. All right should we talk about what is going on on the wheel. Okay here we go all right. Here's what's happening Seasons represents seven been a minute. Even though we we we've done four season three episode sevens in the last fifty episodes. Yeah rocking numbers. Now this is we did watch. Season's episodes seven today eligible. But actually i think it should be pleasant sir. I wouldn't deign herself to.

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"santa town" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:28 min | Last month

"santa town" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's it's easy Top morning, man. The base in that song That's a good one for his child. I know you up and coming bass players. Go listen to dusty. Yeah, Yep, Yep, It was good at. Uh, Sullivan says that, uh, big little big little fan from pick that little old band from Texas. It makes a lot of noise. Pretty good. Good. Yep. And I saw them first time. There's on that Sullivan that's telling how old I am. I didn't know they were on that. I guess that must have been in the Navy. When that. Oh, yeah. They weren't one Ed Sullivan show he saw the Beatles. First time they were on Ed Sullivan. Yeah. And you talk about some drastic change. That changed everything that was quite a year. Well, you know the song that song there the X Do you remember 1966? I do and you do, too. That's when we could turn on the radio and hear Wolfman Jack. To El Paso. Remember they had thought he was out of Tijuana. Was it to you on a He was in Mexico? Well, they had enough power to hit the whole southern United States and I lay in bed till Two or three in the morning on AM radio and hear that like it was in my backyard, and you were in Albuquerque, an album you were even closer than we are closer to it. We'll see. For years. I didn't know what the X was. Yeah, it was. It was so stations in Mexico. Yeah, it was all those FCC rules Everything. Eastern Mississippi in America is W and everything West as a K Anything in Canada's a seat. Anything in Mexico is an ex ex heard it on the X and they would run they would run extreme power. And then they owe still do still do you do? Yes, they do. Well, who look who were talking when we talk on w O Ai this blow to wanna getting out to the West Coast? Oh, yeah. I mean, they basically East to Well, they say the Mississippi goes look further. It goes further and then West all the way to the Pacific Ocean and into Canada and Mexico in the mix to Mexico City. Yeah, so, Yeah. When y'all listening? Wh uh When I was a kid, it was a country station. And we listen to wh uh, everywhere. That was the station that with this radio was on And it was the one you could get. It's the one you know it's one of the original stations like when they gave FCC licenses out. Wh I was one of the first to get it. If not the first. No, they that cities in New York W Station. That's why it's a W station grandfather that west of the Mississippi. It was, I think the first one that was grandfathered in. I think it's true. But somebody told me it might have been you or somebody here that there's only one station on the frequency of 1200 A M. That's none. That's why it was called right at one time. It was clear Channel that's a term that's a technical term. Clear channels. Clear Channel Station on one channel, huh? And that was for, um National defence purposes, I guess, right, get it back now. And, uh and that's what they'll tell you, You know, turn into the station and w A. I is the station it is. I guess it still is. Yes, it's still is. Well, here we are. Yeah, we're all doing where we are. We are on the station playing X. So Yeah, talking about what we want to talk about. My life is good. They can't fish. Yeah, and 60 top this morning. Yeah. Come on and turn it W a way of getting, uh, when I was been a while since center when I was a kid. W A. I, uh Daddy never took it off. You know, I am down on r 0 61 Chevrolet pickup. That's where it stayed in. Wait your Your pick up at a radio. Wow. Well, dancing. Yeah, and I was only about six or seven. And it uh, he listened to The All of the you know how much are half or selling far? How much is the farm? Reports? The farm report. How much corns bringing how much Cotton's bring the farmer? He told every commodities Come on, like 11 o'clock. I don't I think that was an 11 A.m. and then the top slots for all that there was one other station he would go to Friday or Saturday night and that came out of Louisiana. Louisiana. Louisiana Hayride. Yeah, that's uh, Sammy already used to play on that and wants in a great Wow. We could get Tennessee. Uh The Opry branded Caprio, which they call it once in a great while. You can get the Grand Ole Opry if you caught the skip, right? Yeah, you can. Yeah, well, I think a lot stations replayed it, too. Or they relayed that through some There might have been because I remember at times being able to hear K O B in Albuquerque, Grand Ole Opry segments, but I think they were coming on. On Sunday nights as I recall, I don't uh, Saturday night was when they rounded up by the Opry was on Saturdays, but you'd get a another feed off. But one of the country's Yeah, he'd be sitting there. Uh huh. Hay rides coming in and out. Phoebe has got the Opry. Would be driving down South Texas going to the deer lease or something, and I'd go to plan. Yeah. You can hear it on it. Okay, Let's listen to that. And that was. Yeah, well, you know, you talk about that these days and a lot of people don't I mean, I guess we're showing our age but back when entertainment was like that. It was three stations on television and television ended at midnight. There was nothing else. You know when, as a kid here in Austin Oh, when we could get a San Antonio station, you know San Antonio had ABC Austin did not have a B C. Tel. 24 came home. Really probably late sixties early seventies made wow. And then no failure. No nothing so that we put would get at a Take T s safe at a Santa town. The s A T A s A T. Uh, And every once while we get that, and oh, we've got a B C. We listen to San Antonio. And Yeah, that was a big thing. We could catch something else besides just Boston stations. So, Yeah, Johnny Cash is on the Johnny Cash was on ABC. Yeah. Oh, Who's And oh, Johnny Cash? Yeah. Now on, uh Go here in Austin, but you get the Ponderosa. Okay, you listen, I was NBC. You listen to gun smoke. You listen to the Ponderosa. Lanza. But, yeah, Uh, it's like Bonanza. Yes, Bonanza. But banana shows Ponderosa bonanza, and then we listened to How And that was, you know, that's what Daddy listen to tell you this and the flat styles that was the Flintstones. I still listen to heat our house. I love it now, more than back then it was good. I mean, Tabs were simpler. Yeah. Lot simpler and entertainment had left a lot more to the imagination. Which kind of painted this picture in a I don't only broader sense. Now. Everything is so literal. And direct. There's nothing left to think about it. Think about in the sixties, the TV had only been around since, like the late forties, early fifties. Yeah. Well, it was the city was still a young medium. It was the sixties before people actually had them in their homes for everybody. And you remember that, too? And we remember with black and white. Yeah, console big, huge one things. We had one of the one of the first ones. Had a round screen. Yeah, like a tunnel. Uh And yeah. Oh, what scared me to death wasn't as easy time, but it was Oh, Twilight's Oh, yes, Scary is now we.

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"santa town" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"santa town" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You're on TV, you know? Okay, it's probably TV. But that's cool. That's art. That's our sister station. Right? There are bunnies. That one. When I am not going out, kids growing up. In a village Santa's village. Yes, Santa's village. Yeah, and I had a particular experience with my brother. No. It's like a little change. Get inside of the Jackal's find, like a really go around that change itself. Five. I vividly remember that ride Patrick, except for mine that time that I look good. I don't know if the guy didn't pay. But what if it is a jam? So you're upside down thing didn't spend God and forget about screaming her head off with this thing. You know you're you having fun? Yeah, Exactly. Patrick, Thanks for the call, buddy. You're in your research. Have you talked to people who got stuck on rides or ah have have stories in that in that kind of vain. You have too many to count man, especially with those older rides. I mean, you know, it's It's funny, the things you mentioned Santa's towns, villages and episode on all the Santa Parks. OK, so I tried to track and I'm sure I missed a few. But there are Dozens of Santa parks, and you would never think it, but it's just Santa themed theme parks. Um, the early in the days of that engineering. It wasn't like Oh, you know, I'm a roller coaster engineer. It was You know, I'm a guy that tinkers in his garage and now I owned amusement park. See what happens and not even an engineering degree, just going blind, and then they know. And then they make something amazing. And then somebody else makes it safe. Really? That's hilarious. That is hilarious. Um, I've never I've never. Luckily I've never been stuck on a ride or had like an issue. With, you know, with with a ride, but I'd be terrified, especially on a giant will now for some reason now, Kevin as I've gotten older, I'm afraid of heights. But I used to be a roller coaster junkie when I was a kid. But as I've gotten older, I don't know. You know I couldn't do it, But I can't imagine. You know people being stuck right at the top of the first hill of a roller coaster and have to be you have to walk down. You know, I have to have the people come on. I've been walking around. It's terrifying. Yeah, I've never had to do that. I never want to do that. I've Bean IV act from dark rides, so just like Splash Mountain or any of those kind of rides. Or it's just all you've to do is you step up and have a walk around the show seems, but never something where I'm like, 200 feet in the air and walk down. I would never do that. Did you start the ride? I'll take my chance. Yeah, No, I know. Not exactly. I agree. Okay, Kevin, hang on, my man. Kevin Perjurers with us defunct land dot com is the website. It's a YouTube Siri's about the history of extinct theme parks and themed entertainment experiences. 3129817 200 few want to. Ah, remember some of the theme parks that you've gone to? Not just necessarily in the Chicago area, but all over the place on we'll talk more well with Kevin about the funk land here on 7 20 Theseventies,.

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"santa town" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"santa town" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"santa town" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"santa town" Discussed on Movie Crush

"All right I'm rolling. Should we do a sink clap? What's that three to one? Clap trying to count sure three to one clap. I think they can marry those one more three. How about this? How about this? Why don't we clap on one? Okay ready one. No count down three two one. Okay ready you count three to one. That's great mine was. Aren't there delay. Well there's sometimes a lag but with the magic of post production we can fix that magic of double p Welcome to movie crush. Everyone I think we should leave all that stuff in I'm here in Atlanta and I'm speaking with my old pal and his above ground bunker in Brooklyn New York Mr John Kellogg Hodgman yes. That's right that is my middle name. K. E. Double L. O. Double G. H. O. D. g. An no Ian Hodgman. You would never make that mistake check. But some of my oldest friends in the world still spell my name incorrectly really. Oh yeah the like John J. O. N. H. O. D. G. E. M. Am which is. Both of those are incorrect. He got to cut them. This is the time right. Now is the time now that we're all home alone. It's time to reevaluate all the friendships. So making a lesson chain it twice. I thought the catch on the air. How you doing? I'm doing I'm I'm hold up in holding up you know we're we're okay here in Brooklyn you know for me. My you know for for my for my wife and our children obvious disruption because she is is schoolteacher. My wife that is and our daughter and our son. Our high school students at all different schools. So they're all distance learning distance teaching which is a big adjustment. Yeah but my life is very similar to what? It's been for the past couple of years since I kind of got off the road and have been home. Buddying it up and writing books anyway and podcasting with your ninety five mask on. I don't have a I don't I don't have one I would. I mean I guess you can't donate those things. Did you really well. I had a cold sanding down. Would yeah exactly being a handy. Masculine man well thank you very much. I think I mean compared to me. You're you're Conan the barbarian. You're looking little scruffy. You're looking good thank you. I have not checked my. We're not recording the video. I do not believe so people will just have to believe. I look like as I always say. The part-time bookkeeping the part time bookkeeper for the Duck Dynasty. That one yet. That's good it's an. It's an Oldie okay so just enough to where you can do. Some of their handiwork for them. No I mostly just say you`re. You're spending too much on a confederate flags. Let's edit that out you're spending too much colloidal. Silver Pills Duck Dynasty. Why are we even talking about? It's been passed. I'm glad to say spend too much. Chlorine hydroxy chloroquine is that. Is that the one on there. A couple of them the one that The one that's supposed to be the cure all for the cove nineteen. Well I mean you heard the breaking news yesterday that we can obey the navy. Light in inject disinfectant into our bodies. Yeah I've been wasting all my time bathing in Pure L. I could have set up a grow up in my in my in my bathroom in my in my shower stall Yeah Yeah. I had to learn how to pronounce hydroxy chloroquine because it just bugging me that Donald Donald Trump could pronounce it effortlessly and I and I was going to dry. Look oh I think it was a great deal of behind the scenes effort. There my friend. Well yes I mean you know. Just it just goes to show you that he that he puts his mind to something he can do. Y- ROB is different this tour snake oil or to win the fucking presidency keeping this in but sure this is the show. I just don't know your audience. You know what I mean. Some people might hate this. But that's just the world we live in right now. Everybody out there who voted for Donald Trump. You are you are you are my neighbors And I love you I. I have some quarrel with your decision making. But that's okay well. We're going to get out of this together somehow so John Today. A couple of things. I think it's If I'm not mistaken Jesse Thorn's birthday. Yes it certainly is. Hang on one second. Please do text text text Jesse. Happy Happy Birthday. That's right it is his birthday. That's right because I'm supposed to get on a call with later. Yeah I think it is if I'm not mistaken and I only know that because here's the thing here's the thing check time has no meaning days are blurring together. Reality Reality is collapsing. And we all. We're all doing the best we can right now. You know what that leads me to our first little segment What we have been doing for these many crushes is starting off with reading out. Um some of the FACEBOOK MESSAGES. Ask for what positives are people experiencing during this time. Because it's making us all feel better to talk about that stuff and in lieu of that. I thought we talked to you about what positives that you and your family have experienced thus far well come on. Man. There's got to be one well. I mean the obvious positive. Is that We're we're all you know physically sound. Yeah and you know the the I won't go. I won't go into details because they're meaningless details but there are a couple of days that I had a fever in some difficulty breathing. Who knows if this was this or this was just nerves or something else wow. We'll never know luckily resolved. You might as well you know if anyone ever finally knock on my door and says do you want to take a test right. You know what I mean but You know we'll never we'll never know unless there is a test and even now. The Sierra tests for antibodies are not proving to be particularly reliable. So eventually we or may not know. But you know those were those were days of hard to manage terror right which You know on balance. I am glad that I went through both because my hope is you know. Knock Wood. That's something you have in your house. You Santa town very anti person My my hope is that you know it means the fact that I recovered from whatever it is I had in my family. Didn't get sick. Would just that? We've we've got a little bit of an antibody firewall up so that but you know it really does bring into relief after that was after a week or two out out of the world and the beginning of a feeling of like this is a snow day and then reminded this is not a snow day. This is a health crisis right. This is affecting a lot of people very very adversely and tragically. So that's the the big pause. You know what I mean like every day I get up like you know this is. This is really good. I've also I've also have some new soft close that I'm really getting into elastic waistband. A little bit you know as I've been sliding into middle age that was always the place where I would not go like. I'M NOT GOING TO GO TO ELASTIC. Waistbands as a lifestyle choice but now who cares so? You wouldn't even wear your soft close around the House I would. I would wear them around the house but I feel like a like a slugger. D- Olaya bid. But now I feel like that's half my job is is to sleep and mark time and Have intense dreams and then you know the other you know. That's the positive you had some you know Some good news. Our daughter got into the college that she wanted to go to man. That's great yeah. It's very exciting. And you know we kind of Chad been deferred after having applied early and it kind of made her peace with the statistical likelihood that she would not get in so it was a very happy surprise. That's excellent but it's also like there's a big question mark as to whether colleges will even happen in the fall. Yeah I'm there. Everything is is is somewhat haunted by this. Luckily you're in Georgia where things are about to open right back up again. It's just going to be a business as usual Yemen where saw showed show all this blue states that we got. We got a little cuckoo over. Nothing I can't wait man. I'm going to go. I'm going to get my nails done because I want to have them all nice before I go bowling and then I'm going to. I'm GonNa hit the gym and get a massage afterward I would go to. The Tanning Salon gets into that. Uv Light. I know what I mean. Just I mean even though it's it's even though it's all it's all an overblown liberal hoax. I mean why not. Why not bathe in the wisdom of our betters? Yeah what about you? What's been imposed for you? Well I mean I'm at home a lot anyway. I don't have the job where I'm in the office. You know forty hours a week or anything like that so But it has been nice just for all three of us to be here all the time together not without its challenges to be sure with a a close to five year old but who doesn't quite understand things but we've been having a pretty good time. I'm glad to hear that and the Nice thing is that you have i. Have I been a guest in your home? You're very gracious host. Thank you wonderful guest room. Everyone should go check it out. Checks address is come on out but I mean you you have. You have rooms. You know what I mean. That is a that is a big Atlanta advantage. Bright you have a home with rooms whereas you're in Brooklyn. We have an apartment with a room. You're playing great though. Yeah and some sleeping pods but you know we have some. We have some escape. Valves are our -partment building is kind of half occupied at the moment. It's a little. It's a little twenty eight days later feeling because a lot of people high tailed it. I thought you might tell it to Maine but now we have A. We have a home in Maine in that was initially our immediate thought especially that of my wife loves main more than any other place or person on earth. She's like if schools cancel. We're OUTTA here. Yeah not not necessarily for any particular public health reason but because it's like why not? Let's go to Maine Asap. That's her you know. She's got a car idling in her brain ready to go at all times. I would have two main. I would have done that but it didn't take much of a moment to think that that that was not going to be a good. I see a great idea because on the one on this was you know on the one hand you know. Sh- she's still got a teaching the kids to learn so we need all the broadband we can get right and like a lot of rural communities. Internet Internet is a hard to get not so great. Yeah which is part of the infrastructure that I hope we get around to fixing in this nation. Maybe this experience will sorta open some is in the next administration wherever it may come. How important how important it is to make sure that rural communities are not at a digital disadvantage..

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"santa town" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"santa town" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"For trombone. Yeah so I ended up playing trombone which I didn't care for but can you imagine if teacher ever told Girl Yep Lips for a flute. That'd be weird all no that'd be weird okay. So so around what age would you say? You started picking up instruments or plane. And because I know you're a hell of a guitar player I was young. I was a nine really. Now let me ask you this. What did you pick up? I was piano. Was You know why it's actually a base about? Yeah because my uncle Richard Play Bass and he had a bass guitars lying around the house and so blood. I took an interest in base because basis pretty easy. Just one string at a time so really that was my very first instrument is playing. Bass and Ron Right. After that I got into tar and I stuck with you tar mostly and that's my main instrument but Canley Bass Guitar and keys. Pretty well let me ask you this. Do you think you were a natural of musician or eating. Eugene eventually just cut good now I go work in. Yeah you know the the reason why I asked because maybe my background being. Dj is that. I've known guys I could just tell. They were natural by the way they pick tornadoes. By the way the Church touched a record. You could just see it that these guys are naturals. They're going to be good at and there's a lot of question than eventually get good. So that's why I ask. Is it the same for musicians? Are there musicians that just pick it up and before you know it they just bloom? There's some there are some were naturally inclined to hear notes and You know to emulate or copy something pretty good. There's there's guitar players like that and I guess in that respect I was a natural sense. I could just copy stuff. Okay now I can hear it and copying and to this day pretty much. Pick up something and you can play by ear. Yeah okay. Could you write music? Well I did in college but I don't remember okay so I had a branding store at wiling Jewish guy that is to hire him for everything and I used to him something he was attended and everything was right all the notes and everything then he would play he was. He was just a natural but he ended up moving away and never saw the again. But now you're on high school You get a job yet or you straight to college Dot High School. I went to college. I had a job pro in highschool knocking on doors for political campaigns and trying to convince them to vote for a Lotta time and a bunch of other city councilman so that was in high school but then once I got out of High School Taga for for place called Poetry Shopper. Martorell Santa Town Center and then that went to remember the.

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"santa town" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Board America, you can go at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. And the great one we'll be back tomorrow night's rich Z only in for Mark. So great that you've let me hang out with you last week or so thank you. And I know Mark is very excited to come back tomorrow night. I know you're excited to have him back your fellow Lavigne iit. And we are here marks taken all this stuff. I will tell you that this Andrew McCabe thing is amazing to me. Here's a guy trying to profit off of an attempted coup. So he was the deputy director of the FBI career FBI guy, and he talks about how he and rod Rosenstein, the head guy at the Justice department talking about using the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution removing sitting president. He writes, a book about it. He goes on Scott Pelley. Does an interview on sixty minutes about it not afraid of being tried for treason. He's trying to make money by selling books. It's amazing to me. Now, this is a little clip here where McCabe talks about a number of different things here. I'm going to play this for you. And I'm going to comment on it. Because this is really something, you should know. There was a full out attempted coup against a sitting president of the United States it failed. But the brazenness evolve this is truly truly amazing as we listen to former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on with Scott Pelley discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raise the issue with me. Rod is rod Rosenstein. Let's just stop rod. I love the seizures. Rod rod raised it with me. Rod just raised it with me like go into the track Friday night Elrod raised it with me. And I thought yeah, why not wife Santa town? Let's do it. Rod in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might. Support such an effort. I didn't have much to contribute to be perfectly honest that conversation. So I listened to what he had to say. But to be fair. It was an unbelievably stressful time, I can't even describe for you. How many things must have been coursing through the deputy attorney general's mind at that point. So, but when I'm stressed I eat a lot. I'm a stress eater. And he's a he's a twenty fifth amendment guy when he stressed out. You know, what I mean when he's stressed? He talks about removing a duly elected president United States of America. Don't judge him. You know, I'm stressed. I just tend to go for the salty snacks myself. That's what I do when I'm straight. He's very stressed. So obviously he's gonna talk about removing the president of the United States enjoying a coup. D'etat? I mean, come on don't judge the guy. It was really something that he kind of threw out in a very frenzied chaotic conversation about where we were. And what we needed to do what seemed to be coursing through the mind of the deputy attorney general was getting rid of the president of the United States. Well, one way or another I can't confirm that. But what I can say wait a second. You can't confirm that he's talking about using the twenty fifth amendment, which literally removes the president of the United States. I can't confirm that you just did confirm that like eight seconds ago, you confirm that when you said he was going to use the twenty fifth amendment. That's exactly what you just confirmed. Not even eight seconds ago, four seconds ago. This is amazing to me that Scott Pelley does not call him out on this. I can't confirm it. He's only talking about using the amendment of the constitution that actually removes the president of the United States from the presidency, but I can't confirm if he actually wanted to remove him from the presidency. What I can't confirm that. As ing. Is the deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent at that point in time. How did he bring up the idea of the twenty fifth amendment to you? Honestly, I don't remember. What happens who would remember that? I mean, it's just it's a minor thing, you know, bringing up the twenty fifth amendment getting the cabinet to meet with the vice president and vote to remove the sitting president of the United States. How am I going to remember something like that? I got a lot of my mind, Scott. How could I even that's just one of those things you mentioned in passing? How please you believe. This guy is amazing to me. He's acting like it's just so nonchalant that rod rod his boss is just mentioning the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. I don't I don't remember. I really so much going on busy day. What can I say, Scott amazing? It was just another kind of topic that he jumped to in the midst of a wide ranging conversation seriously. Just another topic. Even Scott Kelly is taken aback by that Scott Pelley wants so badly for McCabe to be right. Even he's shocked by this claim that it's just another topic. No seriously, Scott, it's true. We're all trying to figure out what's going to happen on this season. A game of thrones. It's the last one I mean rod, and I were talking about whether or not the Kito diet works heard a lot about it. Not sure he's a real big carb guy. So we're and then yeah. The twenty fifth amendment came up a lot of discussion topics lot of topics Scott. You can understand even Scott Pelley. He's calling Bs on this. That's what Scott Pelley calling Bs on Andrew McCabe going really just a lot of topics really come on just another topic. Did you cancel him on that? I didn't. I mean, he was discussing other cabinet members. And whether or not people would support such an idea whether or not other cabinet members would shared his belief that the president was. Was really concerning was concerning right at that time Rosenstein was actually openly talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. That's correct. Counting votes counting votes for possible. They had a chart chart with names on it. You know, Rick Perry. Yes. No. They had a chart with names may be a column columns of cabinet members in the president of the United States. Let's understand what this is. Now, the president of the United States appoints members of the cabinet they served the president the department of Justice has nothing to do with this. And here's the FBI, the former director of the FBI and the department of Justice guy talking about having the cabinet vote to remove the president of the United States. And they're sitting there cavalierly going. Yeah. No, we're count heads made list columns. You know, like it's the March madness poll like the March madness pool, you know, who's in who's not in the office pool. That's all just which cabinet members are gonna go. Hey, is is Kentucky going all the way this year. You know, who's got the box for that this year. That's all that's all. It was no big deal. No big thing. These guys should have nothing to do with this. Here's the test FBI. Are you going after John Dillinger or Al Capone a bootlegger a gangster a giant drug dealer a terrorist? Yes. Then you're doing your job. If you're talking about the twenty fifth amendment and the president's cabinet. You're not doing your job. There is nothing in the FBI. The department of Justice that says you get to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution, nothing, and you see Scott Pelley should stop him right there and ask him that question and say what why would it be? The purview of the FBI and the department of Justice to reach out to the president's cabinet. That's not your job. And it's not what the twenty fifth amend the constitution. Therefore, it's there if the president is sick, it's their presidents in a coma there for president is mentally incapacitated. And can't do his job anymore because he's lost. It nothing to do with crimes. That's the impeachment clause of the constitution that's up to congress. So what what gives you the right to reach out to the cabinet anyway in the first place. What makes you think this is okay? Your job to go after guys with Tommy guns. That's the FBI's job not to go after the president's cabinet in terms of rounding them for votes against the president, Scott Pelley. Does not answer any of these questions. He's just amazed. As I am that they have a flip chart of all the cabinet members at men. They're they're counting heads for a vote on invoking an amendment of the constitution, which by the way. Has never been used before to remove a sitting president from office, and Scott Pelley, just going. Yeah. Oh, well, that's oh. Maybe is there like an app cabinet you keep track of the cabinet at twenty fifth amendment app. You can use who's with you who's against you just to make your job easier. As you're doing your coup-d'etat. He's if you got to do a coup d'etat, at least, you might as well use the most modern technology available. This is the biggest softball interview. I think I've ever heard in my life. Did he sign specific boats specific group? No, not that. I recall as you're sitting in this meeting and the Justice department talking about removing the president of the United States. You were thinking what how did I get here confronting these confounding legal issues such immense importance, not just to the FBI, but to the entire country. It was. It was disorienting I'm disoriented from that interview. I don't know about you. But I'm completely disoriented. Here. You have a guy sitting there on national television discussing and attempted coup day tie against the president of the United States of America. And he's so brazen about it. He's trying to sell a book. He's not worried about not getting caught. You would think in reality. All the guys were part of the KU would shred every document would hide any trace to them and just disappear. Go to key west and open a bar and pray. They don't find you or hell even leave the country and pray. They don't find you. Instead this swamp is so brazen they write a book about it. And he sits there with Scott Pelley. And he talks about it on national TV. And because the media show in on it and secretly rooting for them. He winds up just sitting there going just so cavalierly talking about how they were openly discussing removing the president of the United States and key details that really somebody should remember and should ask which cabinet members. When when did you talk to them, how did you bring it up? Why was it? How do you mentioned something like that to a member of the cabinet? How does that conversation? Go all these other things, and ultimately what was the motivation for this other than you, don't like him? You don't like what he said about your wife who ran for office in Virginia and got all kinds of democrat money. What was the motivation for this, Mr. McCabe? He talks about earlier chew. He said, you know, I was afraid of the investigation was just going to disappear poof disappear. And the question that I asked you earlier is does that routinely happen investigations just literally disappear files or gone like they never existed. Nobody's there. It's all gone. Does that routinely happen? If it doesn't.

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"santa town" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven seven three eight one three eight. What? And the gray one will be back tomorrow night. Rich is the only in for Mark. So great that you've let me hang out with you last week or so thank you. And I know Mark is very excited to come back tomorrow night. I know you're excited to have him back your fellow Lavigne night. And we are excited here marks taken all this stuff. I will tell you that this Andrew McCabe thing is amazing to me. Here's a guy trying to profit off of an attempted coup. So he was the deputy director of the FBI career FBI guy, and he talks about how he and rod Rosenstein, the head guy at the Justice department talking about using the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution removing a sitting president. He writes, a book about it. He goes on Scott Pelley. And does an interview on sixty minutes about it not afraid of being tried for treason. He's trying to make money by selling books. It's amazing to me. Now, this is a little clip here where McCabe talks about a number of different things here. I'm gonna play this for you. And I'm gonna comment on it. Because this is really something, you should know. There was a full out attempted coup against a sitting president the United States it failed. But the brazenness evolve this is truly truly amazing as we listen to former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on with Scott Pelley, discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raised the issue discussed it with me. Rod rosenstein. Let's just stop rod. I love this is rod rod raised it with me. Rod just raised it with me. Like go into the track Friday night Elrod raised it with me. And I thought yeah, why not wife's Santa town. Let's do it right? In the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort. I didn't have much to contribute to be perfectly honest. And that conversations I listened to what he had to say. But to be fair. It was an unbelievably stressful time, I can't even describe for you. How many things must have been coursing through the deputy attorney general's mind at that point so you, but when I'm stressed I eat a lot. I'm a stress eater. And he's a he's a twenty fifth amendment guy when he stressed out. You know, what I mean when he's stressed? He talks about removing a duly elected president United States of America. Don't judge him. You know, I'm stressed. I just tend to go for the salty snacks myself. That's what I do when I'm straight. He's very stressed. So obviously he's gonna talk about removing the president of the United States and doing a coup d'etat. I mean, come on don't judge the guy. It was really something that he kind of threw out in a very frenzied chaotic conversation about where we were. And what we needed to do what seemed to be coursing through the mind of the deputy attorney general was getting rid of the president of the United States. Well, one way or another I can't confirm that. But what I can say wait a second. You can't confirm that he's talking about using the twenty fifth amendment, which literally removes the president of the United States. I can't confirm that you just did confirm that like eight seconds ago, you confirm that when you said he was going to use the twenty fifth amendment. That's exactly what you just confirmed. Not even eight seconds ago, four seconds ago. This is amazing to me that Scott Pelley does not call him out on this. I can't confirm it. He's only talking about using the amendment of the constitution that actually removes the president of the United States from the presidency, but I can't confirm if he actually wanted to remove him from the presidency. What I can't confirm that. Raising. Is the deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent at that point in time. How did he bring up the idea of the twenty fifth amendment to you? Honestly, I don't remember having this happens. Who would remember that? I mean, it's just it's a minor thing, you know, bringing up the twenty fifth amendment getting the cabinet to meet with the vice president and vote to remove the sitting president of the United States. How am I going to remember something like that? I got a lot of my mind, Scott. How could I even that's just one of those things you mentioned in passing? How please you believe. This guy is amazing to me. He's acting like it's just so nonchalant that rod rod his boss is just mentioning the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. I don't honestly, I don't remember. I really so much going on busy day. What can I say, Scott amazing? He was just another kind of topic that he jumped to in the midst of a of a wide ranging conversation seriously. Just another topic. Even Scott Kelly is taken aback by that Scott Pelley wants so badly for McCabe to be right. Even he's shocked by this claim that it's just another topic. No seriously, Scott, it's true. We're all trying to figure out what's going to happen on this season. A game of thrones. It's the last one I mean rod, and I were talking about whether or not the Kito diet works heard a lot about it. Not sure he's a real big carb guy. So we're yeah. The twenty fifth amendment came up a lot of discussion topics lot of topics Scott. You can understand even Scott Pelley is calling Bs on this. That's Scott Pelley, calling Bs on Andrew McCabe going really just a lot of topics really come on the Justin other topic. Did you counsel him on that? I didn't. I mean, he was discussing other cabinet members. And whether or not people would support such an idea whether or not other cabinet members would shared his belief that the president was. Was really concerning was concerning at that time Rosenstein was actually openly talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. That's correct. Counting votes counting votes for possible. They had a chart chart with names on it. You know, Rick Perry. Yes. No. They had a chart with names may be a column columns of cabinet members in the president of the United States cab. Let's understand what this is. Now, the president of the United States appoints members of the cabinet they served the president the department of Justice has nothing to do with this. And here's the FBI former director of the FBI and the apartment of Justice guy talking about having the cabinet. Vote to remove the president of the United States. And they're sitting there cavalierly going. Yeah. No, we're count heads made columns. You know, like it's the March madness poll by the March madness pool, you know, who's in who's not in just the office pool. That's all just which cabinet members are gonna go. Hey, is is Kentucky going all the way this year. You know, who's got the box for that this year. That's all that's all. It was no big deal. No big thing. These guys should have nothing to do with this. Here's the test FBI. Are you going after John Dillinger or Al Capone a bootlegger a gangster a giant drug dealer a terrorist? Yes. Then you're doing your job. If you're talking about the twenty fifth amendment and the president's cabinet. You're not doing your job. There is nothing in the FBI. The department of Justice. It says you get to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. Nothing. And you see. Scott Pelley, should stop him right there and ask him that question and say what why would it be? The purview of the FBI. The department of Justice to reach out to the president's cabinet. That's not your job. And it's not what the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. Therefore, it's there for president is sick. It's there for presidents in a coma. It's there for president is mentally incapacitated. And can't do his job anymore because he's lost. It nothing to do with crimes. That's the impeachment clause of the constitution that's up to congress. So what what gives you the right to reach out to the cabinet anyway in the first place. What makes you think this is okay? Your job to go after guys with Tommy guns. That's the FBI's job not to go after the president's cabinet in terms of rounding up them for votes against the president, Scott Pelley. Does not answer any of these questions. He's just amazed. As I am that they have a flip chart of all the cabinet members. And then they're they're counting heads for a vote on invoking an amendment to the constitution, which by the way. Has never been used before to remove a sitting president from office, and Scott Pelley, just going. Oh, well, that's oh. Yeah. Maybe is there like an app a cabinet you keep track of the cabinet a twenty fifth amendment app. You can use who's with you who's against you just to make your job easier. As you're doing your coup-d'etat. He's if you're gonna do a coup d'etat, at least you might as well use the most modern technology available. This is the biggest softball interview. I think I've ever heard in my life. Did he assign specific boats specific group? No, not that. I recall as you're sitting in this meeting and the Justice department talking about removing the president of the United States. You were thinking what how did I get here confronting these confounding legal issues such immense importance, not just to the FBI, but to the entire country. It was. It was disorienting I'm disoriented from that interview. I don't know about you. But I'm completely disoriented. Here. You have a guy sitting there on national television discussing and attempted coup d'etat against the president of the United States of America. And he's so brazen about it. He's trying to sell a book. He's not worried about not getting caught. You would think in reality. All the guys were part of the KU would shred every document would hide any traced to them and just disappear. Go to key west and open a bar and pray. They don't find you or hell even leave the country and pray. They don't find you. Instead this swamp. It's so brazen they write a book about it. And he sits there with Scott Pelley. And he talks about it on national TV. And because the media so in on it and secretly rooting for them. He winds up just sitting there going just so cavalierly talking about how they were openly discussing removing the president of the United States and key details that really somebody should remember and should ask which cabinet members. When when did you talk to them, how did you bring it up was it? How do you mentioned something like that to a member of the cabinet? How does that conversation? Go all these other things, and ultimately what was the motivation for this other than you, don't like him? You don't like what he said about your wife who ran for office in Virginia and got all kinds of democrat money. What was the motivation for this Mr. McCabe, he talks about earlier to he said, you know, I was afraid of the investigation was just going to disappear poof disappear. And the question that I asked earlier is does that routinely happen investigations. Just literally disappear files are gone. Like they never existed. Nobody's there. It's all gone. Does that routinely happen? If it doesn't happen. Then you're creating hysteria just to push a narrative so that you can justify going after somebody without any evidence without any evidence. Take a listen to what I mean by that. I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that were I removed quickly reassigned or fired that the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace. I wanted to make sure that our case was on solid ground. And if somebody came in behind me and closed tried to walk away from it. They would not be able to do that without creating a record of why that made that decision a record because it might vanish in the night case majors vanish in the night. Poof, it's gone. Like it never existed or like Batman just vanishes in the night where to go Jesse. He was here a minute ago. I watch a lot of I watch a lot of superhero stuff. I have a four year old. So understand my references are going to be anyway does that routinely happened, Mr. McCabe where these investigations just vanish in the night, and if not the hysteria that you're selling here is that just to justify an investigation without any evidence whatsoever. Because if you had evidence, you wouldn't have to worry about investigation disappearing right evidence of something, but he didn't have any evidence, and you had to keep going and going and going, and then you say, well, I got to keep going because I'm worried the investigation might disappear, but you have no evidence that becomes your shoes to keep investigating that means you're violating. Somebody civil liberties. This is a dangerous place in America where a failed coup d'etat against the president of the United States so brazenly talked about and now they're trying to profit off of it, by the way, and the media, of course. Does not do its job as much as Scott Pelley has a nice voice and ask the real questions here the real questions which need to be asked, including the fact of how can you just be? So brazen about removing a duly elected president of the United States, the you act like you're just talking about what what are your weekend plans are what how do you make a nice casserole? How do you use that instant pop it? Everybody's talking about so brazen. So troubling, this is truly what a police state is make no mistake. The Mark Levin show the great one back with you tomorrow night. I'm rich Zoli in for Mark. And we are coming right back..

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"santa town" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Know Mark is very excited to come back tomorrow night. I know you're excited to have him back your fellow Lavigne night. And we are excited to marks taken. All this stuff. I will tell you that this Andrew McCabe thing is amazing to me. Here's a guy trying to profit off of an attempted coup. So he was the deputy director of the FBI career FBI guy, and he talks about how he and rod Rosenstein, the head guy at the Justice department talking about using the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution removing a sitting president. He writes, a book about it. He goes on Scott Pelley. And does an interview on sixty minutes about it not afraid of being tried for treason. He's trying to make money by selling books. It's amazing to me. Now, this is a little clip here where McCabe talks about a number of different things here. I'm gonna play this for you. And I'm gonna comment on it. Because this is really something, you should know. There was a full out attempted coup against a sitting president of the United States it failed. But the brazenness evolve this is truly truly amazing as we listen to former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on with Scott Pelley, discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raise the issue discussed it with me. Rod rosenstein. Let's just stop rod. I love this seizures. Rod rod raised it with me. Rod just raised it with me like go into the track Friday night. L rod raised it with me. And I thought yeah, why not wife Santa town? Let's do it. Rod in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort. I didn't have much to contribute to be perfectly honest conversations. I listened to what he had to say. But to be fair. It was an unbelievably stressful time, I can't even describe for you. How many things must have been coursing through the deputy attorney general's mind at that point so you, but when I'm stressed I eat a lot. I'm a stress eater. And he's a he's a twenty fifth amendment guy when he stressed out. You know, what I mean when he's stressed? He talks about removing a duly elected president United States of America. Don't judge him. You know, I'm stressed. I just tend to go for the salty snacks myself. That's what I do when I'm straight. He's very stressed. So obviously he's gonna talk about removing the president of the United States and doing a coup tie. I mean, come on don't judge the guy. It was really something that he kind of threw out in a very frenzied chaotic conversation about where we were and what we needed to do next. What seemed to be coursing through the mind of the deputy attorney general was getting rid of the president of the United States, well one way or another I can't confirm that. But what I can say wait a second. You can't confirm that he's talking about using the twenty fifth amendment, which literally removes the president of the United States. I can't confirm that you just did confirm that like eight seconds ago, you confirm that when you said he was going to use the twenty fifth amendment. That's exactly what you just confirmed. Not even eight seconds ago, four seconds ago. This is amazing to me that Scott Pelley does not call him out on this. I can't confirm, but he's only talking about using the amendment of the constitution that actually removes the president of the United States from the presidency, but I can't confirm if he actually wanted to remove him from the presidency. What I can't confirm that. Ten sorry is the deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent at that point in time. How did he bring up the idea of the twenty fifth amendment to you? Honestly, I don't remember. You know, what happens who would remember that? I mean, it's just it's a minor thing, you know, bringing up the twenty fifth amendment getting the cabinet to meet with the vice president and vote to remove the sitting president of the United States. How am I going to remember something like that? I got a lot of my mind, Scott. How could I even that's just one of those things you mentioned in passing? How please you believe. This guy is amazing to me. He's acting like it's just so nonchalant that rod rod his boss is just mentioning the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. I don't honestly, I don't remember. I really so much going on busy day. What can I say, Scott amazing? It was just another kind of topic that he jumped to in the midst of a of a wide ranging conversation seriously of you're just another topic. Even Scott Kelly is taken aback by that Scott Pelley wants so badly for McCabe to be right. Even he's shocked by this claim that it's just another topic. No seriously, Scott, it's true. We're all. All trying to figure out what's going to happen on this season. A game of thrones. It's the last one I mean rod, and I were talking about whether or not the Kito diet works heard a lot about it. Not sure he's a real big carb guy. So we're Edmund. Yeah. The twenty fifth amendment came up a lot of discussion a lot of topics lot of topics Scott. You can understand even Scott Pelley is calling Bs on this. That's what Scott Pelley calling Bs on Andrew McCabe going really just a lot of topics really come on. Just another topic. Did you know him on that? I didn't. I mean, he was discussing other cabinet members. And whether or not people would support such an idea whether or not other cabinet members would shared his belief that the president was. Was really concerning. What's concerning right at that time Rosenstein was actually openly talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. That's correct. Counting votes counting votes for possible. They had a chart chart with names on it. You know, Rick Perry. Yes. No. They had a chart with names may be a column columns of cabinet members in the president of the United States cab. Let's understand what this is. Now, the president of the United States appoints members of the cabinet they served the president the department of Justice has nothing to do with this. And here's the FBI former director of the FBI and the apartment of Justice guy talking about having the cabinet vote to remove the president of the United States. And they're sitting there cavalierly going. Yeah. No, we're counting heads medalists columns. You know, like it's the March madness poll like March madness pool, you know, who's in who's not in just the office pool. That's all just which cabinet members are gonna go. Hey, is is Kentucky going all the way this year. You know, who's got the box for that this year. That's all that's all. It was. No big deal. No big thing. These guys should have nothing to do with this. Here's a test FBI. Are you going after John Dillinger or Al Capone a bootlegger a gangster a giant drug dealer a terrorist? Yes. Then you're doing your job. If you're talking about the twenty fifth amendment and the president's cabinet. You're not doing your job. There is nothing in the FBI. The department of Justice. It says you get to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution, nothing, and you see Scott Pelley should stop him right there and ask him that question and say what why would it be the purview of the FBI and the department of Justice to reach out to the president's cabinet. That's not your job. And it's not what the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. Therefore, it's there for president is sick. It's there for president a coma. It's there if the president is mentally incapacitated and can't do his job anymore because he's lost. It nothing to do with crimes. That's the impeachment clause of the constitution that's up to congress. So what what gives you the right to reach out to the cabinet anyway in the first place. What makes you think this is okay? Your job to go after guys with Tommy guns. That's the FBI's job not to go after the president's cabinet in terms of rounding up them for votes against the president, Scott Pelley. Does not answer ask any of these questions. He's just amazed. As I am that they have a flip chart of all the cabinet members. And then they're they're counting heads for a vote on invoking an amendment to the constitution. Which by the way has never been used before to remove a sitting president from office, and Scott Pelley, just going. Yeah. Oh, well, that's oh. Yeah. Maybe is there like an app a cabinet you keep track of the cabinet at twenty fifth amendment app. You can use who's with you who's against you just to make your job easier. As you're doing your coup. Ta he's if you're going to do a coup d'etat, at least you might as well use the most modern technology available. This is the biggest softball interview. I think I've ever heard in my life. Did he assign specific boats specifically now not that I recall as you're sitting in this meeting and the Justice department talking about removing the president of the United States? You were thinking what how did I get here confronting these confounding legal issues such immense importance, not just to the FBI, but to the entire country. It was. It was disorienting I'm disoriented from that interview. I don't know about you. But I'm completely disoriented. Here. You have a guy sitting there on national television discussing an attempted coup d'etat against the president of the United States of America. And he's so brazen about it. He's trying to sell a book. He's not worried about not getting caught. You would think in reality all the guys who were part of the coup would shred every document would hide any trace to them and just disappear. Go to key west and open a bar and pray. They don't find you or hell even leave the country and pray. They don't find you. Instead this swamp is so brazen they write a book about it. And he sits there with Scott Pelley. And he talks about it on national TV. And because the media so in on it and secretly rooting for them. He winds up just sitting there going just so cavalierly talking about how they were openly discussing removing the president of the United States and key details that really somebody should remember and should ask which cabinet members. When when did you talk to them, how did you bring it up? Why was it? How do you mentioned something like that to a member of the cabinet? How does that conversation? Go all these other things, and ultimately what was the motivation for this other than you, don't like him? You don't like what he said about your wife who ran for office in Virginia and got all kinds of democrat money. What was the motivation for this Mr. McCabe, he talks about earlier to he said, you know, I was afraid the investigation was just going to disappear poof disappear. And the question that I asked earlier is does that routinely happen investigations. Just literally disappear files are gone like they never existed. Nobody's there. It's all gone. Does that routinely happen? If it doesn't happen. Then you're creating hysteria just to push a narrative so that you can justify going after somebody without any evidence without any evidence. Take a listen to what I mean by that. I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that were I removed quickly reassigned or fired that the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace. I wanted to make sure that our case was on solid ground. And if somebody came in behind me and closed it and tried to walk away from it. They would not be able to do that..

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"santa town" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:57 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To talk week or so thank you. And I know Mark is very excited to come back tomorrow night. I know you're excited to have him back your fellow Lavigne night. And we are excited here marks taken all this stuff. I will tell you that this Andrew McCabe thing is amazing to me. Here's a guy trying to profit off of an attempted coup. So he was the deputy director of the FBI career FBI guy, and he talks about how he and rod Rosenstein, the head guy at the Justice department talking about using the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution removing sitting president. He writes, a book about it. He goes on Scott Pelley. And does an interview on sixty minutes about it not afraid of being tried for treason. He's trying to make money by selling books. It's amazing to me. Now, this is a little clip here where McCabe talks about a number of different things here. I'm going to play this for you. And I'm gonna comment on it. Because this is really something, you should know. There was a full out attempted coup against a sitting president of the United States it failed. But the brazenness evolve this is truly truly amazing as we listen to you. Former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on with Scott Pelley discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raise the issue. Gust it with me rod is rock. Stop rod. I love the seizures. Rod rod raised it with me. Rod just raised it with me like go into the track Friday night Elrod raised it with me. And I thought yeah, why not wife Santa town? Let's do it. Rod in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort. I didn't have much to contribute to be perfectly honest. And that conversations I listened to what he had to say. But to be fair. It was an unbelievably stressful time, I can't even describe for you. How many things must have been coursing through the deputy attorney general's mind at that point. So. Thank you. But when I'm stressed I eat a lot. I'm a stress eater. And he's a he's a twenty fifth amendment guy when he stressed out. You know, what I mean when he's stressed? He talks about removing a duly elected president United States of America. Don't judge him. You know, I'm stressed. I just tend to go for the salty snacks myself. That's what I what I'm straight. He's very stressed. So obviously he's gonna talk about removing the president of the United States and doing a coup d'etat. I mean, come on don't judge the guy. It was really something that he kinda threw out in a very frenzied chaotic conversation about where we were and what we needed to do next. What seemed to be coursing through the mind of the deputy attorney general was getting rid of the president of the United States. Well, one way or another I can't confirm that. But what I can say wait a second. You can't confirm that he's talking about using the twenty fifth amendment, which literally removes the president of the United States. I can't confirm that you just did confirm that like eight seconds ago, you confirm that when you said he was going to use the twenty fifth amendment. That's exactly what you just confirmed. Not even eight seconds ago, four seconds ago. This is amazing to me that Scott Pelley does not call him out on this. I can't confirm it. He's only talking about using the amendment of the constitution that actually removes the president of the United States from the presidency, but I can't confirm if he actually wanted to remove him from the presidency. What I can't confirm that. As ing. Is the deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent at that point in time. How did he bring up the idea of the twenty fifth amendment to you? Honestly, I don't remember what happens who would remember that? I mean, it's just it's a minor thing, you know, bringing up the twenty fifth amendment getting the cabinet to meet with the vice president and vote to remove the sitting president of the United States. How am I going to remember something like that? I got a lot of my mind, Scott. How could I even that's just one of those things you mentioned in passing? How please you believe. This guy is amazing to me. He's acting like it's just so nonchalant that rod rod his boss is just mentioning the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. I don't honestly, I don't remember. I've really so much going on busy day. What can I say, Scott amazing? He was just another kind of topic that he jumped to in the midst of a of a wide ranging conversation seriously. Just another topic. Even Scott Kelly is taken aback by that Scott Pelley wants so badly for McCain to be right. Even he's shocked by this claim that it's just another topic. No seriously, Scott, it's true. We're all trying to figure out what's going to happen on this season. A game of thrones. It's the last one I mean rod, and I were talking about whether or not the Kito diet works her a lot about it. Not sure he's a real big carb guy. So which Edmund? Yeah. The twenty fifth amendment came up a lot of discussion a lot of topics lot of topics Scott. You can understand even Scott Pelley is calling Bs on this. That's what Scott Pelley calling Bs on Andrew McCabe going really just a lot of topics really come on just another topic. Did you counsel him on that? I didn't. I mean, he was discussing other cabinet members. And whether or not people would support such an idea whether or not other cabinet members would shared his belief that the president was. Was really concerning was concerning right at that time Rosenstein was actually openly talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. That's correct. Counting votes counting votes for possible. They had a shark shark with names on it. You know, Rick Perry. Yes. No. They had chart with names may be a column columns of cabinet members in the president of the United States cab. Let's understand what this is. Now, the president of the United States appoints members of the cabinet they served the president the department of Justice has nothing to do with this. And here's the FBI that former director of the FBI and the apartment of Justice guy talking about having the cabinet vote to remove the president of the United States. And they're sitting there cavalierly going. Yeah. We're counting heads may list columns. You know, like it's the March madness poll like the March madness pool who's in who's not in just the office pool. That's all just which cabinet members are gonna go. Hey, he's Kentucky going all the way this year. You know, who's got the box for that this year. That's all that's all. It was. No big deal. No big thing. These guys should have nothing to do with this. Here's the test. FBI? Are you going after John Dillinger or Al Capone a bootlegger a gangster a giant drug dealer a terrorist? Yes. Then you're doing your job. If you're talking about the twenty fifth amendment and the president's cabinet. You're not doing your job. There is nothing in the FBI. The department of Justice. It says you get you invoke the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. Nothing and you see Scott Pelley should stop him right there and ask him that question and say what why would it be the purview of the FBI and the department of Justice to reach out to the president's cabinet. That's not your job. And it's not what the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. Therefore, it's there for president is sick. It's there for presidents in a coma for president is mentally incapacitated. And can't do his job anymore because he's lost. Nothing to do with crimes. That's the impeachment clause of the constitution that's up to congress. So what what gives you the right to reach out to the cabinet anyway in the first place. What makes you think this is okay? Your job to go after guys with Tommy guns. That's the FBI's job not to go after the president's cabinet in terms of rounding up them for votes against the president, Scott Pelley. Does not answer any of these questions. He's just amazed. As I am that they have a flip chart of all the cabinet members. And then they're they're counting heads for a vote on invoking an amendment to the constitution. Which by the way has never been used before to remove a sitting president from office, and Scott Pelley, just going. Oh, well, that's oh, yeah. Maybe like an app cabinet you keep track of the cabinet at twenty fifth amendment app. You can use who's with you who's against you just to make your job easier. As you're doing your coup. Data. He's if you're gonna do a coup d'etat, at least you might as well use the most modern technology available. This is the biggest softball interview. I think I've ever heard in my life. Did he assign specific specifically now not that I recall as you're sitting in this meeting and the Justice department talking about removing the president of the United States? You were thinking what how did I get here confronting these confounding legal issues such immense importance, not just to the FBI, but to the entire country. It was. It was disorienting I'm disoriented from that interview. I don't know about you. But I'm completely disoriented. Here. You have a guy sitting there on national television discussing and attempted coup d'etat against the president of the United States of America. And he's so brazen about it. He's trying to sell a book. He's not worried about not getting caught. You would think in reality all the guys were part of the coup would shred every document would hide any trace to them and just disappear. Go to key west and open a bar and praying they don't find you or hell even leave the country and pray. They don't find you. Instead this swamp. It's so brazen they write a book about it. And he sits there with Scott Pelley. And he talks about it on national TV. And because the media so in on it and secretly rooting for them. He winds up just sitting there going just so cavalierly talking about how they were openly discussing removing the president of the United States and key details that really somebody should remember and should ask which cabinet members. When when did you talk to them, how did you bring it up? What was it? How do you mentioned something like that to a member of the cabinet? How does that conversation? Go all these other things, and ultimately what was the motivation for this other than you, don't like him? And you don't like what he said about your wife who ran for office in Virginia and get all kinds of democrat money. What was the motivation for this, Mr. McCabe? He talks about this earlier to he said, you know, I was afraid of the investigation was just going to disappear poof disappear. And the question I asked earlier is does that routinely happen investigations. Just literally disappear files are gone like they never existed. Nobody's there. It's all gone. Does that routinely happen? If it doesn't happen. Then you're creating hysteria just to push a narrative so that you can justify going after somebody without any evidence without any evidence. Take a listen to what I mean by that. I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that were I removed quickly reassigned or fired that the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace. I wanted to make sure that our case was on solid ground. And if somebody came in behind me and closed it and tried to walk away from it. They would not be able to do that. Without creating a record of why they've made that decision a record because it might vanish in the night, the case managers vanish in the night. Poof, it's gone like it never existed or like Batman just vanishes in the night where to go just she was here a minute ago. I watch a lot of I watch a lot of superhero stuff. I have a four year old. So understand my references are going to be anyway does that routinely happened, Mr. McCabe where these investigations just vanish in the night, and if not the hysteria that you're selling here is that just to justify an investigation without any evidence.

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"santa town" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Glavine show. This is the home of the July fourth Americans that you can go seven seven three one three. What? And the gray one. We'll be back tomorrow night's rich Z only in for Mark. So great that you've let me hang out with you the last week or so thank you. And I know Mark is very excited to come back tomorrow. And I know you're excited to have him back, your fellow Lavigne iit, and we are excited here marks taken all this stuff. I will tell you that this Andrew McCabe thing is amazing to me. Here's a guy trying to profit off of an attempted coup. So he was the deputy director of the FBI career FBI guy, and he talks about how he and rod Rosenstein, the head guy at the Justice department talking about using the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution removing a sitting president. He writes, a book about it. He goes on Scott Pelley. And does an interview on sixty minutes about it not afraid of being tried for treason. He's trying to make money by selling books. It's amazing to me. Now, this is a little clip here where McCabe talks about a number of different things here. I'm going to play this for you. And I'm gonna comment on it. Because this is really something, you should know. There was a full out attempted coup against a sitting president of the United States it failed. But the brazenness of all of this is truly truly amazing as we listen to former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on with Scott Pelley discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raise the issue. August it with me. Rod rosenstein. Let's just stop rod. I love this is rod rod raised it with me. Rod just raised it with me like go into the track Friday night Elrod raised it with me. And I thought why not wife Santa town? Let's do it. Rod in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might support such an effort. I didn't have much to contribute to be perfectly honest and that conversation so I listened to what he had to say. But to be fair. It was an unbelievably stressful time, I can't even describe for you. How many things must have been coursing through the deputy attorney general's mind at that point. So thank you. But when I'm stressed I eat a lot. I'm a stress eater. And he's a he's a twenty fifth amendment guy when he stressed out. You know, what I mean when he's stressed? He talks about removing a duly elected president United States of America. Don't judge him. You know, I'm stressed. I just tend to go for the salty snacks myself. That's what I do when I'm straight. He's very stressed. So obviously he's going to talk about removing the president of the United States and doing a coup d'etat. I mean, come on don't judge the guy. It was really something that he kind threw out in a very frenzied chaotic conversation about where we were and what we needed to do next. What seemed to be coursing through the mind of the deputy attorney general was getting rid of the president of the United States. Well, one way or another I can't confirm that. But what I can say wait a second. You can't confirm that he's talking about using the twenty fifth amendment, which literally removes the president of the United States. I can't confirm that you just did confirm that like eight seconds ago, you confirm that when you said he was going to use the twenty fifth amendment. That's exactly what you just confirmed. Not even eight seconds ago, four seconds ago. This is amazing to me that Scott Pelley does not call him out on this. I can't confirm it. He's only talking about using the amendment of the constitution that actually removes the president of the United States from the presidency, but I can't confirm if he actually wanted to remove him from the presidency. What I can't confirm that as ING. Is the deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent at that point in time. How did he bring up the idea of the twenty fifth amendment to you? Honestly, I don't remember. You know, what happens who would remember that? I mean, it's just it's a minor thing, you know, bringing up the twenty fifth amendment getting the cabinet to meet with the vice president and vote to remove the sitting president of the United States. How am I going to remember something like that? I got a lot of my mind, Scott. How could I even that's just one of those things you mentioned in passing? How please you believe. This guy is amazing to me. He's acting like it's just so nonchalant that rod rod his boss is just mentioning the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. I don't honestly, I don't remember. I really so much going on busy day. What can I say, Scott amazing? He was just another kind of topic that he jumped to in the midst of of a wide ranging conversation seriously. Just another topic. Even Scott Kelly is taken aback by that Scott Pelley wants so badly for McCabe to be right. Even he's shocked by this plane that it's just another topic. No seriously, Scott, it's true. We're all trying to figure out what's going to happen on this season. A game of thrones. It's the last one I mean rod, and I were talking about whether or not the Kito diet works heard a lot about it. Not sure he's real big carb guy. So we're Edmund. Yeah. The twenty fifth amendment came up a lot of discussion a lot of topics lot of topics Scott, you can understand even Scott Pelley. He's calling Bs on this may Scott Pelley, calling Bs on Andrew McCabe going really just a lot of topics really come on just another topic. Did you counsel him on that? I didn't. I mean, he was discussing other cabinet members. And whether or not people would support such an idea whether or not other cabinet members would shared his belief that the president was. Was really concerning was concerning right at that time Rosenstein was actually openly talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. That's correct. Counting votes counting votes for possible. They had a chart chart with names on it. You know, Rick Perry. Yes. No. They had a chart with names may be a column columns of cabinet members in the president of the United States cab. Let's understand what this is. Now, the president of the United States appoints members of the cabinet they served the president the department of Justice has nothing to do with this. And here's the FBI the former director of the FBI and the apartment of Justice guy talking about having the cabinet vote to remove the president of the United States. And they're sitting there cavalierly going. Yeah. No, we're count heads medalist columns. You know, like like it's the March madness poll like the March madness pool who's in who's not in the office pool. That's all just which cabinet members are gonna go. Hey, his Kentucky going all the way this year. You know, who's got the box for that this year. That's all that's all. It was no big deal. No big thing. These guys should have nothing to do with this. Here's the. Attest FBI are you going after John Dillinger or Al Capone a bootlegger a gangster a giant drug dealer a terrorist? Yes. Then you're doing your job. If you're talking about the twenty fifth amendment and the president's cabinet. You're not doing your job. There is nothing in the FBI. The department of Justice. It says you get to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution, nothing, and you see Scott Pelley should stop him right there and ask him that question and say what why would it be? The purview of the FBI and the department of Justice to reach out to the president's cabinet. That's not your job. And it's not what the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. Therefore, it's there for president is sick. It's the president's in a coma. It's there if the president is mentally incapacitated and can't do his job anymore because he's lost. It nothing to do with crimes. That's the impeachment clause of the constitution that's up to congress. So what what gives you the right to reach out to the cabinet anyway in the first place. What makes you think this is okay? Your job to go after guys with Tommy guns. That's the FBI's job not to go after the president's cabinet in terms of rounding up them for votes against the president, Scott Pelley. Does not answer ask any of these questions. He's just amazed. As I am that they have a flip chart of all the cabinet members. And they're they're counting heads for vote on invoking an amendment to the constitution, which by the way. Has never been used before to remove a sitting president from office. And Scott Pelley, just going. Yeah. Oh, well, that's oh. Maybe is there like an app a cabinet you keep track of the cabinet a twenty fifth amendment app. You can use who's with you who's against you just to make your job easier. As you're doing your coup-d'etat. He's if you're gonna do a coup d'etat, at least you might as well use the most modern technology available. This is the biggest softball interview. I think I've ever heard in my life. Did he assign specific boats specifically now not that I recall as you're sitting in this meeting and the Justice department talking about removing the president of the United States? You were thinking what how did I get here confronting these confounding legal issues such immense importance, not just to the FBI, but to the entire country. It was. It was disorienting I'm disoriented from that interview. I don't know about you. But I'm completely disoriented. Here. You have a guy sitting there on national television discussing and attempted coup d'etat against the president of the United States of America. And he's so brazen about it. He's trying to sell a book. He's not worried about not getting caught. You would think in reality all the guys were part of the coup would shred every document would hide any traced to them and just disappear. Go to key west and open a bar and pray. They don't find you or hell even leave the country and pray. They don't find you. Instead this swamp is so brazen they write a book about it. And he sits there with Scott Pelley. And he talks about it on national TV. And because the media so in on and secretly rooting for them. He winds up just sitting there going just so cavalierly talking about how they were openly discussing removing the president of the United States and key details that really somebody should remember and should ask which cabinet members. When when did you talk to them, how did you bring it up was it? How do you mentioned something like that to a member of the cabinet? How does that conversation? Go all these other things, and ultimately what was the motivation for this other than you, don't like him? You don't like what he said about your wife who ran for office in Virginia and got all kinds of democrat money. What was the motivation for this Mr. McCabe, he talks about earlier to he said, you know, I was afraid of the investigation which is going to disappear poof disappear. And the question that I asked earlier is does that routinely happen investigations. Just literally disappear files are gone like they never existed. Nobody's there. It's all gone. Does that routinely happen? If it doesn't.

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"santa town" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One three eight one Wadan. And the great one we'll be back tomorrow night. Rich is the only in for Mark. So great that you've let me hang out with you last week or so thank you. And I know Mark is very excited to come back tomorrow night. I know you're excited to have him back your fellow Lavigne night. And we are excited here marks taken all this stuff. I will tell you that this Andrew McCabe thing is amazing to me. Here's a guy trying to profit off of an attempted coup. So he was the deputy director of the FBI career FBI guy, and he talks about how he and rod Rosenstein, the head guy at the Justice department talking about using the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution removing a sitting president. He writes, a book about it. He goes on Scott Pelley. And does an interview on sixty minutes about it not afraid of being tried for treason. He's trying to make money by selling books. It's amazing to me. Now, this is a little clip here where McCabe talks about a number of different things here. I'm gonna play this for you. And I'm gonna comment on it. Because this is really something, you should know. There was a full out attempted coup against a sitting president the United States it failed. But the brazenness of all of this is truly truly amazing as we listen to former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe on with Scott Pelley, a discussion of the twenty fifth amendment was was simply rod raise the issue discussed it with me, rod Rosenstein, let's just stop rod. I love the seizures. Rod rod raised it with me. Rod just raised it with me like go into the track Friday night. L rod raised it with me. And I thought yeah, why not wife Santa town? Let's do it. Rod in the context of thinking about how many other cabinet officials might. Support such an effort. I didn't have much to contribute to be perfectly honest. And that conversations I listened to what he had to say. But to be fair. It was an unbelievably stressful time, I can't even describe for you. How many things must have been coursing through the deputy attorney general's mind at that point so you, but when I'm stressed I eat a lot. I'm a stress eater. And he's a he's a twenty fifth amendment guy when he stressed out. You know, what I mean when he's stressed? He talks about removing a duly elected president United States of America. Don't judge him. You know, I'm stressed. I just tend to go for the salty snacks myself. That's what I do when I'm straight. He's very stressed. So obviously he's gonna talk about removing the president of the United States and doing a coup d'etat. I mean, come on don't judge the guy. It was really something that he kinda threw out in a very frenzied chaotic conversation about where we were and what we needed to do next. What seemed to be coursing through the mind of the deputy attorney general was getting rid of the president of the United States, well one way or another I can't confirm that. But what I can say wait a second. You can't confirm that he's talking about using the twenty fifth amendment, which literally removes the president of the United States. I can't confirm that you just did confirm that like eight seconds ago, you confirm that when you said he was going to use the twenty fifth amendment. That's exactly what you just confirmed. Not even eight seconds ago, four seconds ago. This is amazing to me that Scott Pelley does not call him out on this. I can't confirm it. He's only talking about using the amendment of the constitution that actually removes the president of the United States from the presidency, but I can't confirm if he actually wanted to remove him from the presidency. What I can't confirm that. Thing is the deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity at about his intent at that point in time. How did he bring up the idea of the twenty fifth amendment to you? Honestly, I don't remember. You know, what happens who would remember that? I mean, it's just it's a minor thing, you know, bringing up the twenty fifth amendment getting the cabinet to meet with the vice president and vote to remove the sitting president of the United States. How am I going to remember something like that? I got a lot of my mind, Scott. How could I even that's just one of those things you mentioned in passing? How please you believe. This guy is amazing to me. He's acting like it's just so nonchalant that rod rod his boss is just mentioning the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. I don't honestly, I don't remember. I really so much going on busy day. What can I say, Scott amazing? It was just another kind of topic that he jumped to in the midst of a of a wide ranging conversation seriously. Just another topic. Even Scott Kelly is taken aback by that Scott Pelley wants so badly for McCabe to be right. Even he's shocked by this plan that it's just another topic. No seriously, Scott, it's true. We're all trying to figure out what's going to happen on this season. A game of thrones. It's the last one I mean rod, and I were talking about whether or not the Kito diet works heard a lot about it. Not sure he's a real big carp guy. So we're and yeah, the twenty fifth amendment came up a lot of discussion topics a lot of topics Scott, you can understand even Scott Pelley is calling Bs on this. That's what Scott Pelley calling Bs on Andrew McCabe going really just a lot of topics really come on just another topic. Did you counsel him on that? I didn't. I mean, he was discussing other cabinet members. And whether or not people would support such an idea whether or not other cabinet members would shared his belief that the president was. Was really concerning was concerning right at that time Rosenstein was actually openly talking about whether there was a majority of the cabinet who would vote to remove the president. That's correct. Counting votes, counting, votes or positives. They had a chart chart with names on it. You know, Rick Perry. Yes. No. They had a chart with names may be a column columns of cabinet members in the president of the United States cab. Let's understand what this is. Now, the president of the United States appoints members of the cabinet they served the president the department of Justice has nothing to do with this. And here's the FBI the former director of the FBI and the apartment of Justice guy talking about having the cabinet vote to remove the president of the United States. And they're sitting there cavalierly going. Yeah. No, we're count heads made it less columns. You know, it's the March madness poll like the March madness pool, you know, who's in who's not in the office pool. That's all just which cabinet members are gonna go. Hey, is is Kentucky going all the way this year. You know, who's got the box for that this year. That's all that's all. It was no big deal. No big thing. These guys should have nothing to do with this. Here's the test as the I are you going after John Dillinger or Al Capone a bootlegger a gangster a giant drug dealer a terrorist. Yes. Then you're doing your job. If you're talking about the twenty fifth amendment and the president's cabinet. You're not doing your job. There is nothing in the FBI. The department of Justice. It says you get to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution. Nothing and you see Scott Pelley should stop him right there and ask him that question and say, why would it be? The purview of the FBI and the department of Justice to reach out to the president's cabinet. That's not your job. And it's not what the twenty fifth amendment of the constitution. Therefore, it's there for president is sick. It's there for presidents in a coma hits there. If the president is mentally incapacitated and can't do his job anymore because he's lost. It nothing to do with crimes. That's the impeachment clause of the constitution that's up to congress. So what what gives you the right to reach out to the cabinet anyway in the first place. What makes you think this is okay? Your job to go after guys with Tommy guns. That's the FBI's job not to go after the president's cabinet in terms of rounding up them for votes against the president, Scott Pelley. Does not answer ask any of these questions. He's just amazed. As I am that they have a flip chart of all the cabinet members. And then they're they're counting heads for vote on invoking an amendment of the constitution, which by the way. Has never been used before to remove a sitting president from office, and Scott Pelley, just going. Oh, well, that's oh, maybe is there like an app a cabinet keep track of the cabinet a twenty fifth amendment app. You can use who's with you who's against you just to make your job easier. As you're doing your coup-d'etat. He's if you're gonna to do a coup d'etat, at least you might as well use the most modern technology available. This is the biggest softball interview. I think I've ever heard in my life. Did he assign specific boats to specifically now not that I recall as you're sitting in this meeting and the Justice department talking about removing the president of the United States? You were thinking what how did I get here? Confronting these confounding legal issues such immense importance, not just to the FBI, but to the entire country. It was. It was disorienting I'm disoriented from that interview. I don't know about you. But I'm completely disoriented. Here. You have a guy sitting there on national television discussing an attempted coup d'etat against the president of the United States of America. And he's so brazen about it. He's trying to sell a book. He's not worried about not getting caught. You would think in reality all the guys were part of a coup would shred every document would hide any trace to them and just disappear. Go to key west and open a bar and pray. They don't find you or hell even leave the country and pray. They don't find you. Instead this swamp is so brazen they write a book about it. And he sits there with Scott Pelley. And he talks about it on national TV. And because the media so in on it and secretly rooting for them. He winds up just sitting there going just so cavalierly talking about how they were openly discussing removing the president of the United States and key details that really somebody should remember and should ask which cabinet members. When when did you talk to them, how did you bring it up? Why was it? How do you mentioned something like that to a member of the cabinet? How does that conversation? Go all these other things, and ultimately what was the motivation for this other than you, don't like him? You don't like what he said about your wife who ran for office in Virginia and get all kinds of democrat money. What was the motivation for this Mr. McCabe, he talks about earlier to he said, you know, I was afraid of the investigation was just gonna disappear poof disappear. And the question that I asked earlier is does that routinely happen investigations. Just literally disappear files are gone like they never existed. Nobody's there. It's all gone. Does that routinely happen? If it doesn't happen. Then you're creating hysteria just to push a narrative so that you can justify going after somebody without any evidence without any evidence. Take a listen to what I mean by that. I was.

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"santa town" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Us this morning. Oh, gosh. Kelly that wasn't me. Is he is he in Costa Rica, they are in Costa Rica? Oh thirtieth wedding anniversary. Oh, hey, he ain't up this morning. He ono. Now, unless he's listening on his part out. You never know if he if they caught a bunch of sailfish yesterday Kelly has never gotten over being mad at him. Caught about sailfish yesterday. He's probably out there again today. Let's see the most jaw that they have caught on one day one boat. Fifty three fifty three sailfish now. That number that I wasn't there that day that's word because after after three or four for me, I quit. So he had been more like forty three. Wow. Hey, guys. If you're listening to Santa town down south fan, the southern family boat show is happening here convention center today, and I've got what has said they got bands from looks like from ten to five got three or four different bands coming in and out. So check it out. And yeah, it's an Austin convention center. Right there off first street. What is it now? So you read very ever and cedar Caesar. For me. That's the only way I knew it. But they got all kinds of local dealers best prices of the year all that kind of stuff. So be sure to get in there and check it out, and we'll be talking to different ones all through the show about what's going on. In fact, we'll be talking to Brit with Austin canoe and kayak. Find out about the thing and what's new in the kayak world. And like I said Cody of being here in a little bit. And we'll also we'll be talking to. Oh here in a minute. You never heard us talk Tohfill have you? Oh, yes. Hopefully will be calling in here in a little bit. And he's the only one that gets dumped more than me. There..

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"santa town" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Bomani you have reached the voicemail, say, whatever you want, get creative with it, but this is your place top back to show its top back base. All right. And today we allow you guys get your advice from DJ Mike hitman Mike before we get to the voice mail vice, you got any advice for your Dallas Cowboys. Five at gingerbread, coke coach by that gingerbread, coach and give it a cornerback. He the one lick one like live in the Dak to you really deck too. He to me both. He's not a quarterback. That's why he went to Mississippi State and shit with Alabama. Time. All right. Gay was up. I call on her first cones from grand in Denver. Hey, this is Graham some Denver. I am a year in college and the career fair is coming up next week. So I was wondering if my Kennedy chance on how to find gainful employment for. All right. Well, the these. You gotta re repeat what he just say. 'cause I know in my hat out of his voice to. Yeah. Now he said he's about time started looking for a job and as you head any advice for him getting gainful employment? Yeah, fan of computer and put your resume and I don't want it and put it out to everybody out there trying to travel. You try to local school trying to local ball, try to St. cause you ain't gonna get far. Do the right thing. Now, my old to a real job at the m try track, try ESPN trying to write time. Maybe you might get high. My might remind people what was your first job? Oh, both out original gene gonna wanna do reading of checking the box. Right down the Alabama on what about Birmingham, Alabama. I was original check in the box, three dollars though back in those days nineteen eighty three all the way to eighty. Now I was making money. I was original jagged boss and us too. So you wanna do that. You might get paid their mascot. That's good. All right gave, but we got decks. Next one comes from Tucker in Oakland. Some Boeing, my two boys, Tucker from Oakland. I mean, some advice from my kid, man, Sargon, two ladies in my life right now. When that's been around for a couple of years, you know, she hold him down and one been around for maybe you know passable a lot, but the one is holding me down for a while. Man, she's starting to get on my nerves. Things going wrong, a lot of ways. And you know, I'm I'm to blame for a lot of things going wrong by new girl. You know, she's doing everything right, perfect. For me, you know, a good fit right now, but she days another side of that. So I'm trying to figure out what I need to do in the Mike. You got any advice, man, I let need help. But he just write them now. One out of Santa town. One is town. You keep the one of the best benefit but be was month. Keep both them. They'll have to. No one knows that one of the that, but my advice fan, the one with the best job in the best benefit and one gonna take care pally the new doing best job and other girl get on your nose. Get rid.

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"santa town" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"santa town" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Got it walt anderson this get into detail was kind of exciting for me now i love details now now tell me everything everybody we want more details the better so billy ingram was a real estate guy in wichita kansas and he was he was trying to find his next big thing is next big idea billion grim noticed that they were kids that were buying hamburgers than running around the corner in jumping into limousines that were heading back to the cost of wealthy santa town and he saw the hamburger was more proper across the american strata than he thought and he told wall hurson this was he was just making burgers for pretty you for wage earners and and the working class people of wichita it came with the idea to clean up the hammer his image by creating a very sturdy white structure he decided to call white castle incredible story because once the hamburgers popularity took off everyone in america wanted to have a piece of this hamburger action would own restaurants that would call the restaurant white tower and white white diamond and if they've had the castle or white in the name of the restaurant they would be doing well and so white castle came before mcdonald's is that trail oh they they predated them by twenty years of very important about white castle was that they also invented a lot of the fast food things that we use today for example the invented at the hamburger bun they they were the first standardized the hamburger bun george says the original american hamburger with actually very small basically it was a slider he said they only would use about an ounce and a half a meat and then they would smush it down on the ground that it was cooked with onions.

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