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The Bidens Seen Violating DC's Indoor Mask Mandate at Pricey Restaurant
"But the problem with the mandates, the problem with the dictatorial Democrats, it is all rules for thee not for me. There were the bidens, walking through a fancy restaurant without their mask on in D.C. did you see that? How can that be? How can that be? Yep. Joe and Jill Biden walking through a restaurant surrounded by Secret Service all wearing masks because that restaurant has a vaccine and has a masked mandate. You're inside that restaurant, you better wear a mask. Somebody got a video of the president and the First Lady walking through with a met without a mask. They violated the restaurant's mass policy. This is all stupid.
Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot
"Did you know that abraham lincoln signed the secret service act in this is into existence on the same day that he died the very same day secret service but when he when he signed it into law it was originally formed. Stop counterfeiters okay. It wasn't about protecting. The president is about going after counterfeiters because that was that was the big deal back in the day. If you're thinking remember gets now. Here's the problem that's supposed to be a fun fact. It's kind of a sad fact. Calvin okay but then how about this. Sign it on the day that he was murdered right. He signed the secret service. people laughing. All across another boils might potato thing is when people say careful after you fall in. They'll say oh careful or watch your step. It's like if you would've told me that. Two seconds earlier i would not have
China Evergrande Contagion Concerns Rile Global Markets
"Lot of stuff happened on the weekend. And even this morning before I came on the air. So we're going to cover a lot of turf tail. Let's start with one of the most important stories approach this morning. I just want you to be aware of it. Kind of what you saying that you know. Secret service situational awareness. Only about this one. The situation in China is deteriorating rapidly. So funny. I mean the left there, so no, I'm serious. It's deteriorating rapidly. What's going on in China? Their entire property market is imploding right before. I mean, literally imploded, like imploding some buildings right before our eyes. The Chinese government has been building property forever that nobody's living in. They invested in the market was bound to explode. It is right now, and the problem is that contagion could spread. Keep your eyes on that, folks. That Evergrande story That's the big property development. China is going under right now has the potential to drag down a lot of the world's big economies with it. If this contagion spreads out of China, I hope it doesn't but I just wanted to bring that story because it matters.
The History of US Presidential Transportation
"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton
New Hampshire Town Loses $2.3M in Taxpayer Money to Cyberattack
"Hampshire town loses millions to email scammers. The town of peterborough reported. It lost two point. Three million dollars. As a result of business email compromise scammers which redirected bank transfers using forged documents. Sent to the peterborough finance department. The compromise was achieved using fishing and social engineering techniques. The town. I became aware of the issue on july. Twenty six when the convent school district reported. It didn't receive. Its one point. Two million dollar monthly transfer the us secret service cyberfraud task force is currently investigating the attack which originated from overseas. It's unclear if insurance will cover the lost funds and it's down for the transactions can be
Dan Bongino Invites Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to Make a Call
"Most dangerous fighting force in the world, goes into a press conference and says We don't have the capability to pull you out. You know, he's lying. You know how that sounds to the people on the ground who feel like their government sold them out. But I'll ask you again. How do you think that sounds to the people who already got out and the people serving now? You think they're going to be eager to volunteer for these assignments in the future? It's not a question. It's not in any way questioning their bravery. It's questioning their Saturday You want to be left behind and sacrifice by your government on the altar of political correct as well. We don't want to get a firefight in Kabul That doesn't seem to be bothering the United Kingdom right now as they evacuate their people. You know, Lloyd Austin, I'm gonna put this out. I know we're on again. And W m A l I say often in D. C So people get to hear that. So, Lloyd, if you're listening again, you're not a stupid man. Were in fact lying, though. But if you are a stupid man just in case and you don't know how to get our people out of Kabul, Give me a call. I'll give you my number. Reach out. Have your what? What did he say? What he's saying? D. C Have your people call my people reach out to producer Jim Not hard to find. You know how to get ahold of us. Call Fox or Westwood or whatever, and I'll walk you through on the phone. Lloyd. How we in the Secret Service organized motor case is not complicated. High ground choke points and all that stuff and by the way, how we did it with a fraction of the people you have right now and have capable of shipping out organizing effective motorcade arteries into Kabul. Give me a call Me a rave you're watching with you Go give me a ring. I'll give you my number. I'm not kidding. Or if you're uncomfortable with me because I speak the truth. And I think you're lying, and I called you out. I understand that probably not eager to talk to me. Given that You see, Time is over and I don't play cute. See time like you want to play. Call the Secret Service up. Asked to speak to the I'll even give you the title Asked to speak to the GS 14 on the Presidential Protective Division Protective Division Transportation section, he'll pick up the phone for you, I promise. Just say to him. Hey, I don't know who it is now. I wouldn't put out
Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport
"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning.
Does 'Revenge' Work as a War Strategy?
"Is a strategy and maybe after 9 11 When we went into Afghanistan, our focus should have been revenge. And maybe we should really have that national conversation. Air quotes Everybody always talks about on every other issue. Maybe our idea should have been to go in there and inflict punishing generational damage on our enemies so that they never think about attacking us again. It's a point I'm gonna get you brought up by Michael Anton in an excellent piece. Maybe we should have won him with his big strike. With a massive strike. We should have finished the job and leveled that place. I know that. Listen, it's not me like it. Trying to, you know, chess part for speaking faux bravado. You can understand what we say. Well, Dan, it wasn't you going in there? It wasn't I was a secret service agent at the time. I wasn't in the military, and that's a fair criticism. Fair. I'm not immune to criticism. I'm gonna region a second, a guy and, uh, send me a message on my Facebook page during the break of disagrees You know you're owed the other side as well. But please Revenge is a strategy. You may not like it, but it is most certainly a strategy here. I got this from Philip during the break. He says, Dan I like what you do, but I disagree with your take that revenge is a strategy. He agrees with Congressman Crenshaw, who had said that this morning on Fox News that revenge is in a strategy, he says it's not a strategy. It can be a motivator, but it doesn't lay out a plan to achieve an objective. Act only out of revenge is a reflex and his irresponsible Philip II deeply appreciate your perspective. I mean that I don't only take feedback on the show or read it. That's positive. That would be disingenuous. The country of 330 million people, which that with divergent views, But I think you're making my point candidly, not yours. Yes, it is a motivator, but it's also a de motivator. An act of violence motivated out of revenge as a war strategy is a very real motivation to not do what
Peter Schweizer Knows Media Could Investigate Biden's International Business Dealings
"That the news media could do is we said what information is out there that we know is 100% accurate, So the Secret Service has released Hunter Biden's travel records. The U. S Senate Committee released Treasury Department, Um, reports on financial transactions going to Hunter Biden. So we went through the emails and said, Do they actually correspond when the Secret Service says that Hunter Biden was in Dubai on a given date? Do the emails actually correlate to that, and they absolutely do the same thing as if there's a wire transfer. You find an email from the Chinese businessman saying we wired you the money. Um, So it all lines up completely with the body of information we have, and includes other emails from other Hunter Biden business partners, So there is just no question that these emails are accurate. Clear and 100% genuine. And yet there's been zero interest from the news media other than as you mentioned the Daily Mail and the New York Post. Actually going through these and they are a gold mine of information, um, that there's going to be much more reporting on down the road. You are. You are a Doberman on this. It's crucially important. You and your team keep it up, and I am convinced Joe Biden is corrupt right up to his eyeballs. And it's very interesting how the Democratic Committee in the House keeps going after ex President Trump And his tax returns under the emoluments clause, which is so funny, it's not even funny. And here we have. Joe Biden is sitting president the United States who was selling out to our enemies whose son is hob knobbing and traveling all over the world whose son is a disgusting piece of you know what, in my humble opinion? And he's even
"secret service" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"That's you'll see your view on how you fix it. Protects the president and the presidents of the future more women would surely help and president. Obama actually said that to the director julie pearson. When he was with her in brussels he said you need more women and she said she. You know look look boss. I'm working on it but another thing that would help a heck of a lot would be somebody from outside the secret service or someone inside the secret service who cares enough to crack down on this behavior the cover up. That is the reflex of the secret service is. What's killing the standards when you have a director who says i'm going to know to himself. I'm gonna keep my job by pretending. Nothing bad is happening and not and not being clear with folks. You're destined for failure. But unfortunately what julie pearson found. She was the director who came up and tried to clean up this bad boy behavior which she found is she was sabotaged by her peers. Sabotaged by men. who didn't like the crackdown. On bad behavior she reassigned some male supervisors. Who weren't able to kind of control their teams and when she did that they came for her. They tried to do everything they could. To leak information that would embarrass her and and ultimately contribute to her firing extraordinary situation. It's still thank you so much for sharing with us. Their washington post journalist. Her book zero failed device and fall of the secret. Service is out this week. So we've got time for on this episode of the podcast. You custovic eagerness to me. Live monday friday ten til one on times when you be the bits here on the cup and if you're not boy not white and with us wherever you get your focus for..
"secret service" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"The man says i jumped over the fence. It's just sort of stunning. Every single again security layer was on the fritz alarms sensors cameras lights. All of them have sale. You're in them so that the officers couldn't find who they were looking for. They couldn't find the burglar at the white house. And then the last thing gonna fails is the officer who actually detained jonathan tran. His radio isn't working properly and so he cannot call for backup. He thinks he's calling for back-up but none of his fellow officers know what's happening or know where he is we've just been detailing to us. The extraordinary stories of what goes on board with the prostitutes and the black holes and even the number of people who've managed to get into the grounds of the white house and get very close to even meet him like obama at one point. The real sense listened to you speak but also reading. You'll book is your shocked by this that what started out as you puts on this story by the washington post to find out what happened in columbia. You've you've spoken to loads of people in the secret service In the government's both cohen am former. And you seem genuinely shocked this. This is the state of the agency. That's charged with protecting the president of the united states. America you hit the nail on the head. I thought i really understood. So much. about the secret service. After especially to cartagena a series of of horrific conduct cases and security breaches that covered in the next two years. I thought it really understood how upsetting and troubled the agency was. But as i look deeper i realized these weren't outlying events. They were not one offs or three offs. They were part of a broken culture. A broken culture that the secret service has covered up for their own point burnishing the brand and their own embarrassment and also so directors can keep their jobs and supervisors can keep their jobs. But i also found. This culture was broken because the employees the front line agents. The front line officers are desperately disappointed with their own bosses. They want this to be resolved. They feel overwhelmed and under-resourced and they also feel like the promotion culture at the service is one that rewards. Good ole boys who who helped cover up the problems as opposed to really addressing and fixing them and so yes. I was stunned to find out. There was a swinger on the president's detail. I was and that he was using presidential trips for that purpose. I was stunned. That all of the security failures that happened right under my nose that had been carefully concealed from me from congress and even from the white house and the president. And you've talked about how. It's understaffed under resourced. That working long hours is it. Paul of the sort of unspoken deal. The we know you're working long hours away from your family. A lot of the time. Your under pressure so we just gonna when we would go aboard. We'll turn a blind eye. Let your head out. That's part of the deal. I don't know that supervisors ever say exactly that way. But it's the unspoken rule essentially or the unspoken mantra which is hey guys are working too hard. They're giving up their white their anniversary with their wife. Some agents i met had had to skip being the best man at their best friends wedding because of an assignment that came up at the last minute. They're giving up so much standing in stairwells overnight. They because of that sacrifice some of them and not all of them. Let's be clear. Some of them have taken it as a given that they should be allowed to party hard. The problem is it's a huge risk to national security and also crucially. I mean we've all partied hard at various times. I wouldn't necessarily want to be holding a gun. Charged with protecting the president split-second decisions a crucial the next day. And i suppose that's the real concern. Isn't it the overworked. Overtired over partied. Secret service agents when split seconds really matter it's source of. It's a good surprise me. It's sorta surprised we haven't seen something more serious happen in terms of someone getting through protection getting through to the president. I'm so glad you said it exactly that way. You totally understand what we're dealing with here. I mean the reason. President kennedy was killed is attributable to two or three different factors but one of them has to be considered as a serious contributing factor. And that is that they were out late at night. Many of the agents who will with him in dallas and they were drinking until two and five in the morning so as as earl warrant and the chief justice who ran the warren commission that investigated. Kennedy's death said in the hearing to the director of the secret service. You cannot tell me that a man who has stayed up all night and has had a few drinks is going to react in the same quick manner as someone who got a good night's sleep and to be clear the drinking sometimes is to the degree that it's just laughable. I mean this number two agent. On the president's detail was caught driving home from a big party retirement party for one of his friends in a car driven by a colleague both of them had had plenty had been served plenty at this bar and irish bar in downtown washington. They drove back together to the white house through an active bomb investigation. Seen on the side of the white house grounds. They appear to have not looked at their phones and blackberries to know that that was happening though it was their responsibility to know the security at the secret at the at the white house complex and were able to then drive home allowed by their own colleagues after they were questioned about whether they've been drinking. They admitted that they had this is what happened. The there's no question that that kind of behavior has an impact on security. And the reason. I'm so glad you raise it. That is agents said to me over and over again in a pleading way. We are worried. You've got to do something we've got to do something. We think our president is going to get killed on our watch. So that's my last question is is. How do you fix this. They've been other organizations both. Stay on five around. The world who've had similar problems is it just a question of money resources and you do have more bodies available. So people aren't is overstretched is culture thing do you need. Fewer men may be some gender parity in the hiring decisions..
"secret service" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"The director of the secret service goes onto the capitol hill to testify before congress to say he is shocked. Just shocked that this kind of gambling is going on in the casino but agents told me this was no surprise and what i learned for the purposes of the book. Matt was this has been going on not just for decades in the weeks before cartagena was uncovered by reporters like our pap- at our paper in the weeks before there had been other horrific episodes an agent who was on the president's trip to asia got so drunk that he fell sort of exhausted unconscious in a brothel and he and he didn't arrive and didn't catch the plane in time to hop on the rest of the trip. The tour with the president around to a couple other asian countries. Wow see a senior supervisor to stay behind with him jeopardizing really the trip. Because every single person has an assignment has an expertise. They had to ship in a whole new group of people to help. Replace this one brothel visitor. I also learned that in the weeks. Before the event in cartagena the secret service director had been alerted and that they had found a member of the president's detail president obama's inner circle of his detail had been using presidential trips to hook up with strangers on a special secret app for swingers so meeting other couples he didn't know for sex in various cities. And what's so striking about. This is the idea of using a secretive apt to meet strangers randomly for swinger events in rooms. When you're on the road with the president makes you extremely vulnerable to blackmail and it makes the president vulnerable so while the director was saying i never heard of any of this thing before he very well had an i suppose. You're you know these people cowan guns in lots of cases. They've got their security passes on them particularly for themselves in hotel with strangers. There is a genuine security threat. It's not dates sort of salacious outrageous revelations. But there's a there's a there's a genuine security aspect to this but it's not just what they go aboard is some of the stories that you've uncovered In your book cowl detailing. What's going on in the white house. Now people would think that the white house the grounds of the white house must be d- most secure will few acres on the planet. Potentially no. i've been to the white house. What's the palava to get in with paul's this and that and check your bags and security in and yet to just repeated stories of every intruders managing to get in a couple who managed to sneak in but attended dinner with barack obama. Yes yes oh my goodness barack obama when he sat down in. I believe it was brussels in two thousand fourteen or twenty fifteen with the then director julie. Pearson she was alerting him to another security gaffe with agents getting drunk in on his trip to the netherlands and they passed out in the hallway of the hotel for the president was going to be staying but as i say she was explaining to him. Hey i'm really sorry about this to know before it shows up in the papers and he reads her the riot act. Says let me list for you. All of the ways. The secret service has eft up while i've been president. This is not a barack obama problem he says to her. This is a secret service. Problem and among events are the ones you just mentioned a reality. Tv or a a wannabe reality tv couple. They want their auditioning for a show. They find a way into the white house and slip. Pass the palaver. You mentioned just they just they just explain. Oh well. we're very well dressed. We're invited to the party. There must be a mistake on the list and they get in and they get their picture taken. They aren't even screened properly. It's a huge embarrassment. But other people get in in ways that are very much like a burglary in daylight and sometimes at nighttime the first most spectacular one matt is in twenty fourteen september. It happened to be my anniversary dinner. When i had my phone basically exploding on the desk of of the dinner table where we were eating because every source i had was letting me know. A man had just broken in jumped over the gates in plastic crocs with a limp from his war injury in iraq. He's a retired veteran. He runs from a public sidewalk over the fence. Across the north grounds and strides. Right into the front door of the white house in twenty nine seconds while there are more than a hundred fifty people who work for the secret service that night that are responsible for the security there officers. Emergency response technicians. There's a canine team. There are two canine teams. There are counter assault agents on the on deck. There are supervisor's. There's a command center. Multiple rings of security every single one of them fails and he gets inside. Everyone promises after that that horrible and humiliating day that this will never happen again that they're gonna raise the fence. They're going to amplify the number of people ondeck ondeck. They're going to make sure. There is no possible way. But i know you're going to be shocked when i tell you it happens again. Weeks into donald trump's presidency. It's march twenty seventeen. He's upstairs and as often is on a friday night watching television. He's watching the news seeing how he's being covered riveted by that coverage meanwhile a man who's delusional thinks. He needs to reach the president. Tell him a couple of alarm sound officers from the secret service come running. And they can't find him and they presume that it's a false alarm but in that night this young man. Jonathan tran wanders the grounds for seventeen minutes uninterrupted. He's so comfortable that he sits down on a barrier and ties his shoes casually he walks over to the east side of the mansion and jiggles. The door peers in the windows can't get in wanders around to the south grounds and the entryways where there are twelve different ways to get into the property and into the president's residence going up the steps and around the way and miraculously an officer does find him at that point and says who goes there stop..
"secret service" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"You're listening to the white box podcast. Now it's time for my interview. Calderoni from the washington post in picture the secret service. And you're probably imagining smart. Fit highly trained highly disciplined. Highly serious men and women. Dark suits dark shades whispering into their cuff but a new book reveals the people charged with protecting the united states the vice president their families and closest allies times while they continue to themselves from white house intruduce breaking in thanks to faulty alarm systems to agents traveling aboard taking prostitutes back to their hotel room understaffed under his almost an quite a lot of pressure. These are the seat quits. The secret service. And they'd be movable the author cowl clinic and a new book zero fell devise full of the secret service and college joins me. Now hi kyle. Hello how are you mad of goods very good. Thank you so much for joining us so before we get to the juicy stuff of what's perhaps the secret service have been getting up to in more recent times. Let's go back to the beginning. If eli describe for us how the secret service came to be responsible for the president. It's just fascinating story and largely misunderstood by even americans right. The secret service was created in eighteen. Sixty five just a few months. Actually after abraham lincoln was assassinated it was created not to protect precedents but to protect our money. The paper currency floating around the united states in the middle of the specially the latter half of the civil war was phony and it was threatening the actual economy of the country as it was trying to rebuild towards the end of the war. Very very bad. The president wanted to fixed up. He was killed before His idea and his treasury secretaries idea was launched the real way the secret service began protecting. The lives of the president happened. After the assassination of president. Mckinley luther d- president who had been assassinated by a person walking up to them with a gun and the idea was. We have to actually do something about this. We can't keep pretending that the president's safety is an afterthought it has to be primary. An obviously people have got the cleavage as whatever they see. The president now with the is in real life fall in film. So it's that sort of coterie of of people around haven how many people in the secret service and who. Who are they protecting. The secret service is the norm now but it also has an enormous job and the not so enormous budget so we think of the secret service. Everyone does because of movies because of films as the dark suited. Trim guys with the sunglasses and the earpieces around the president. There are seven thousand agents officers and other administrative employees who work with the secret service. Only a third of those people that are agents and only a small fraction of those are responsible for protecting the president. In addition to protecting the president and the secrets protects grandchildren of the president. Gran stepchildren of the vice president. We make the secret service responsible for creating the security for all sorts of special events that could be the target of terrorism. We make them in charge of still their legacy responsibility investigating counterfeiting investigating financial crimes. And cyber hacking they're also responsible for protecting all foreign leaders who landed in the united states. Live here and for those who visit for the united nations general assembly one hundred and seventy leaders who have arrived safely and leave safely. Thanks to the secret service. So it's a huge. It's a huge job. They've got to do what you've discovered in your book is. That's at after twenty years of work for the washington post. Eight different presidents is that behind the scenes They've got a huge job to do. It's not always done. That is well said that last part. It's not always brilliantly done. They have too much to do even senior presidential assistance. I interviewed cabinet members. Deputy secretaries that. I sat down with said this agency cannot deliver on the mission that is assigned to then the is another problem. This word secret service. Sounds very alluring and mysterious and there are secrets that the secret service has to keep. We don't want enemies of our country understanding where the president goes in the time of a nuclear attack or bomb. We don't want people to understand how we protect him from anthrax or from gunshot. We want to be a secret so it's not easier to kill him however the secrets of the secret service that that that moniker has been used by some arrogant subset of the secret service to cover up for their failures to cover up for their. You know bad boys gone. Wild behavior and that arrogance That party atmosphere that they believe they're entitled to has really put a dent in the secret service's ability also to carefully precisely execute. Its mission especially what the thing is. They are secrets in the what everyone to know the exact time that the president's going to be at a place or what they're going to be eating or who to be meeting but they're not very sexy could that not only are of limited value your long term. It's not like military plans or spending plans and that sort of thing so so y- y it's sort of. It's all tied up with the word makes it sound started. Let's let's get down to the nitty gritty some of the examples of where these bad boy you know. I think the american coverage your book your talks about afr- boy mentality at times. We eating what you've uncovered it. Sounds like a sort of the uk with body. Call it like a stag do vulnerable. Freshers week At a university that basically particularly sort of the secret service own toll sort of think go traveling and all hell seems to platelets. Talk us through some of the examples that you came across. Yes well you know it's funny. I love all the moniker. The names and nicknames for this behavior in the secret service they refer to it as a couple of things on the secret circus you know when they go to town. It's not hard to find out where they're drinking that night and also wheels up rings off the idea that when air force one has either not arrived or is just departing. The man of the secret service overwhelmingly. The men have a chance to meet a lot of women and party hard. The agency has had a row party hard reputation for decades female agents reached out to me during this period to say you know this has been going on since the nineteen thirties. The hard-drinking ways of the agency. But let me give you a couple examples when the secret service got famously. Caught red handed in cartagena in two thousand twelve. That's actually. When i entered the picture i was just assigned to help figure out. What in the heck went wrong. Why were a dozen secret service agents flown home from a trip with president obama. Why were they flying the opposite direction. The president was back home under investigation bringing prostitutes back to their rooms and getting southeast On that night before the president arrived. Keep in mind. They're supposed to be getting ready for his arrival and helping secure the city for that purpose but instead they are meeting a lot of new women paying some of them a lot and drinking bottle after bottle of vodka when they get busted for this publicly..
"secret service" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"And so it's not like your your one hour tesco delivery window it saying they're gonna be there in ten minutes and presumably if you don't deliver your clements core eggs within ten minutes you'll be taken out and bhopal with eggs or something angry person standing on the steps saying i ordered my eggs twelve minutes ago. You're a disgrace. I mean it's just insanity. I lived twenty a twenty minute. Drive away from my ears pint of milk and newspaper and that's fine on nigerians you giant. But you know it's son. I didn't know we'd decadent isn't it. It's the it's the social of roman emperors. Social of. I want my ice cream and i wanted within eleven minutes. Were awful. it is is a job. There's a similar you touched on this a bit in your column today. What you're talking about so snooping and big tech and actually that sorts of ways my driver whereas mine deliver whereas my champagne flavored ice cream all part of a bigger thing that you touch in the sort of snooping all the time. Yeah i mean. I think one of the connections is kind of being on the incident. A lot of own your phone just kind of jesus. That's kind of weird narcissism where your phone is just so desperately trying to find you things that you want to see all the time what will interest you. What do you want to look at what we advertise to you. Perfectly loans the interest. I wonder if we've kind of become a bit used to having little world is organized perfectly so every demands we now kind of expect the real will to organize itself like that over the point. The point of my the point. The point of my column was basically the internet's also kind of graduate erosion of standards of privacy rights to intrude in other people's lives has now become part of the real world. My ullman basically about hi. This is the kind of increasing more and more news stories about people film each other and posting it online people from colleagues try and get them in trouble and i just think the wider point of that column was the we just think that we the internet has accustomed to sing into people's private lives and judging them and now we have another smith's increasingly going into the real world and the whole uber delivery. Roofing really freaks me. Because i hate when you get when you order delivery newbie. You can see a satellite map with the person coming towards like you have this kind of right to know exactly where they are and then you have to kind of assigns starting at the end on. Ub you can get them patronize middle picture of like you know a diamond fact service or you can get a little kind of squatty washing bottle effect. Their car was very clean. And i find it very sort of. I just hate this. Sort of like intrusive judgmental attitude. Which i think isn't he really fostered by the internet. Now kind of becoming more and more part of everyday life is very the radi creepy. I think it's super creepy. I think seeing your driver approaching dot is super creepy. I think i think judging rating and judging and allocation points to people doing the job is rating yes super super creepy and of course yes we've all become a nation of constant cutting twitches except it's much worse than cutting twitching because it's cutting twitching and opening the window and loving a bucket of pu someone for treating you know job well done. It's yeah yeah it's it's not good just funny in. You're talking of bucket. Do you vote clamping and how it is. How how many fabulous. It's still just mucky campaign. It said ten fields and the thumbing. So you coming. Good for the former yes. I made the point thoughts. I think that middle class people really like three leading the bohemian. They like they like pretending cost accountant or a teacher or doctor and that there were kind of wild unleased person who lives in the field for two days and the cool things are going to happen. And actually you're much better off just doing normal camping or as i say column getting to a nice. Bnb already sorry for bnb's because airbnb kind of displace them and there are so many ready. Charming really affordable marvelous being please delicious breakfast and lovely places are just just going to be in. Be pretend camping's thing. It's not a thing yet. No i i completely agree. I think the I mean the only point of glancing. You're paying a lot of money to avoid the half hour massive. Ow you have one puts in the tense up and then after that it's just campaign after that it's the same. No worsely actually basically basic middle class people the worst whether it's on twitter all all doing ice cream online or glam squeeze awful. Somebody's message into say. I've just looked up. It was inimitable. James mary online. It was confused. Wikipedia claims is a former awesome film critic who died in two thousand twelve about attached to it. That is not true. It is confusing people. Protect this. I am touched alive. Did not die in two thousand twelve and if not written a series of books for horror films just to clarify. We talk about jobs. Jobs in the note were told not to make too big a deal out of it. Because i was talking to a very sensible deputy commentator and he says young people always wanting to kind of go go some news and if you see this irritates which was really annoying on twitter when people say some personal news and it's not fashionable. Yes exactly it's deeply minded professionally thing on the back and i'm going to go to the that's personal news that we don't yes. Do you want to know not on twitter and even worse. Because you haven't got to tell us. What is your personal news. I finally. I finally left the books task. If the times and i'm not going to get to write all the time which is incredibly good news. I think he's bands and the books. Trolley abandoned the books charlie. Yeah the trolley has really ruled my life. A for four years now incredibly. Espn pushing that trolley around the office unloading the books putting the books and the shelves taking the charlie back throwing away all the throwing away empty packages into the recycling. So yeah. I've kind of lost the manual labor aspect of my job. Actually so bobby million the books. A new delhi. Yes i know well If you very strong and like pushing a lot in unloading it that for you can track where you are with all types. Yes exactly yes. Exactly exactly exactly. Then he's trying to this new this new function to bring him ice cream. Yep.
"secret service" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Lending intruders into the white house a bullying interview coming up with cowl. I in just a moment but first as ever. It's our column panel. it's thursday so it must be knighted the merit. It's not an james marian. Do i've i've i've disappeared myself from from theresa therefore non-person with no relevance to the world. You have no used only hand to harness your huge following explain. Why have you quit the twitter. Well i sort of. I have a policy of of quitting. Every so often varies checking into the not too boring. But it's usually prompted by everybody getting got angry last week because i contributed one hundred and fifty words to an article about what jobs people are done after universe nourishment working in a bookshop. I suggest i may not have necessarily enjoyed every minute of working in a bookshop and then i mean literally literally probably thousands of people started tweeting and liking tweets. Employment hose eveland privileged for not having appreciated the fall and i thought to to silly two silly was also alarming to watch thousands of people tweet to say what a horrible Pasta are at a little bit frightening. Or they're getting getting more and more used to it. So i was just like maybe maybe i do need to check my phone and discover that thousands of people think i'm evil saito. It's a good cue to go to twitter. Hibernation spouse have various other moral and ethical objections which for hopefully deeper deeper reasons policy jones's language though yes no also his twitter into. Have you ever been tempted to do this. I'm not unintended. Well i i still have an account. But i use it to tweet a link to my columns on sundays but i look at it and more i am free. It's being about nine ten months and it's really an. I tried lots of times before. And i finally cracked it and the thing is to just not do it. Not even even sneak peek. When you're bored or have you find you have lots of moments in the day initially where you're not yet lost and the answer is looking at my phone and it's really marvelous. James you will love it. Stick themselves because only try. I'm off. i'm off next week. And i will delete the app from my phone and i'll just end up looking at on a web browser my phone and it doesn't look at it less and there's less squatty slowly but quickly becomes really quite ludicrous. I mean james's story about being south no particularly enjoying working in something. Really good example. You know when you're kind of removed from it just seems it's so early bunkers and so obsessive and people mind so much about things that none of their business. That was a couple months ago now. I put a pistol to pitches on twitter. Where my grand- Was having a clear outs of furniture and stuff in house. And i my wife to me. It's not what about the bureau desk. She's got of that. Nobody else wants anyway. But out the house it was so little with woodworm. It was quite clear what it i took it home when i was paying yourself. Isolating spent several days painting repairing it filling a tree in the woodworm and all that painted on the outside exploited cop on these. It's now a bow. Kitchen now has got flaps down but lovely not put some pictures on it. Say this is what i've been doing. What of those. Bill lovely seeing. I'm mike granny's stuff. One of those. What a great thing. How did you do. And then suddenly it turned and always an evil destroyer of some Clearly very valuable family heirloom. At how i this was disgusting. I should have given it to someone who's gonna look after it properly. Why are you getting so cross about something that up until this boy it'd be literally being eaten by woodward covered in my house and yet people felt they have to have a view on it to shoot. Well i'm glad we've basically arm the wasting my life on twitter. Maybe we should all could just get off it anyway. If you've got views on that tweet us at times radio. All texas double talk socrates with times now. This is an interesting thing to talk about two minutes supermarket deliveries which i knew nothing about this. Some some of the team. We're talking about a couple of weeks ago not living in london. I wasn't aware this is the thing but now been out and about seeing the adverts on the tube if you live in london manchester cambridge bristol. These things are now a thing. You sitting in the adverts on the chew but do you want a bottle of diet coke in two minutes and someone will come and deliver it to josh. Yeah i mean. I've missed on this to even even though i live quote close to the middle of london are it's above a tesco so completely relevant to me i never by any grocery i basically consider myself liberal ginormous fridge whenever i wanted anything i just walked downstairs enter tesco which essentially paid for fridge most times in a single day being done to the shop. I get like six times a day. The security guards always always roll their eyes and laugh at me and they think ridiculous and she tells me to buy all my groceries and one go but i refuse to. Mice breaks to get tested for five minutes. What about you. I didn't i didn't know existed. These things existed until this morning actually when hiring freeze. I'm completely appalled by. I'm completely opposed that that their own cities cities by definition have lots and lots of convenience shops and supermarkets tesco expresses and goodness knows what i mean. How lazy do you have to be. How lazy do you have to be to go. I want but i can't be putting together off my backside even though there's one in the shop forty five seconds down the road. I know i'll order one and get some poor sewed to bring. It is my front door. it's really it's the end of days. Actually it's so he's i mean the so. There was loads wheezy gets here. There's guerrillas. dj zap. There's jiffy and a the old vary some of some free delivery. Some you have to pay so somebody has to pay up to nine thousand five delivery. You can get popcorn. Delivered it says in. Harry makes the assumption that i initially made. Which is this people who've been consuming marijuana and are hungry but he says in the piece that it's not that that one of the outside our number which one is very middle class will deliver you know april so bay and yes there were of hauch butchers poss- gene champagne plant-based burgers and all of that. I just tone whore is the me. Also if there's one thing we've done enough over the last eighteen months it's sitting at home you can injudicious foodstuffs on the web. So you've you've you've never felt the need to do this job. No although i do kind of judge not lest you be judged not sure how much lazier is of me to just never ever buy lots of groceries at once and just go and get anything. I want from task obediently compared to ordering it and i don't want to say that if i wasn't a position of being able to all the things that not living a tesco my tesco based lifestyle wouldn't have prepared me to do that and i would find that you going to minutes other at the shops outrageous so i sort of i. Company predict my own psychology and this ended up being. If i've move house then realize spending my time ordering abra kosov up for the point that your your my hand is. This is a further expansion of the slightly weird social phenomenon. We've got people with a with disposable income basically thing the other people is that jobs have a miserable time being beckon coal. You know but it's not just amazon deliveries and all of that. It's now all you just eats. Delivers is now just scream individual advice. Can you imagine what the delivery person is thing cake. And also and they've all got guarantees of how quit to they've got to get it to you an order..
Vera Atkins' Role in the Special Operations Executive
"The early nineteen forties. Vera caught the eye of the british secret service. Aside from her fluency in german english. French and romanian she also had multiple family members who had passed confidential information across europe in between world wars. One and two. She was the perfect candidate for covert operation responsibilities. Vera joined britain's special operations executive or the esso in nineteen forty one as a secretary. The sos was set up by prime minister. Winston churchill with the intent of conducting espionage sabotage and reconnaissance throughout occupied europe vero worked diligently to rise through the ranks. She moved from secretary to intelligence officer to principal assistant to the director. Colonel maurice buck master. She was assigned to the majority of the operational planning for the france section of the sob e although never confirmed by author ian fleming. It's believed that colonel. Buck master is m. In the james bond series and vera was an inspiration for the character of miss moneypenny. That said vero did not share miss money. Pennies romantic love struck nature fears. Primary job was to recruit and deploy british agents into occupied france. Vera interviewed the candidates in a stark dimly lit hotel room with just a desk. Two chairs into lightbulb. If they passed that stage vera put their french to the test to ensure they could pass as a native and finally vera closed out the interview process by informing the candidate. This role had a fifty fifty chance of survival and giving the potential agent a few to consider this fate. Vera did not sugar coat. The dangers of the
Bongino Details How Chinese Government Never Gives up Any Information
"Time. Don't go anywhere. Folks my experience with the Chinese government. Let's There's a lot of it. Sometimes I wish they weren't but there is I didn't advance in my prior line of work over in Beijing. I did the Shangri La Hotel advance when I was working with the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff during on his detail with the Secret Service, So I was over there for a little bit of time. About two weeks or so. So, you know. In Secret service time. It's a decent enough body work to get a flavor for the place, right? I'm telling you, these guys are very good at what they do. Very good they would share with us almost nothing. Information wise. Why does that mean They're good because other countries do because they don't want the president to get whacked in their country because it would make them look like idiots. And it would be really bad for international geopolitics, right? Remember when I first joined the Secret Service and the Pope Pope John Paul, adjust left ST Louis and I got I was I had just gotten on. The guys were still recovering from the trip, and I looked at him and I said, Man, you know, I'm brand new. I mean, I've been in the office like a week. I see you guys look really tired. Like, Yeah, we worked our butts off on that trip are but so I said why they said Man, Nobody wants the pope to get whacked in their country. It looks really bad. And I thought, okay. I mean, that's what the guy was on. My words was raised and I looked at him like okay like it's kind of an interesting logic there. Well, the same thing applies obviously the foreign protectees and heads of state. What was
The Man in America Who Did More for African American Slaves Than Anyone Else Was Abraham Lincoln
"The man in America who did more. For the African American slaves. Was Abraham Lincoln. And yet the critical race theory types and the rest said No, No, no. You don't understand. He wanted to send black people back to Liberia. He had different ideas and different thoughts. He becomes president, the United States. There's a civil war and he says We must keep the union together and we must destroy slavery. Frederick Douglass. Was skeptical of Lincoln became a huge Lincoln fan. As my dad wrote in his book. After the second inaugural address. The second shortest inaugural address in American history. And they profoundly brilliant and important speech that Lincoln wrote himself. Think it goes back to the White House. It's raining. The skies opened up when he gave a speech. By the way the sun came out. He goes back to the White House. They have a Sort of an inaugural event going on there. And he sees through the door that there's a little tussle going on. Does this black man is trying to get in to see the President Frederick Douglass. And he tells the equivalent of the secret service back then, the back off he wanted to talk to his friend. Frederick Douglass. It's Frederick Douglass, who Writes about this account. And Lincoln, says the Douglas What did you think? And Frederick Douglass said he could not have been more impressed.
Media Wants to Celebrate Capitol Police but Not Those Who Protected During Antifa, BLM Violence
"A story all the headlines Congressional gold medal vote. The congressional gold medal to all the officers who defended the capital in January. 6th 21. Republicans voted no And the media very upset about this. The media very upset about this. Let's step back. The media have spent over a year trashing law enforcement in this country. Every reprobate. Imaginable. Miscreant malcontent. Whether professors or otherwise, members of black lives matter brought on T V. To tell us how bad the cops are. Except for apparently The Capitol Hill police. Because those police deserve a congressional gold medal. Not the police were trying to defend the Portland federal building. Not the police who tried to defend their own precincts in every city in this country, virtually Not the park Police and the Secret Service who defended the White House. From attacks on the White House. No, no, they don't deserve anything except To be trashed and I remember what took place in Portland. And I remember what Pelosi in Clybourne had to say the number one and number three Democrats in the House who not want to hand out gold medals. And I want to remind you Because it's only one year ago. June 2020. When Nancy Pelosi compared Federal law enforcement that was trying to protect a federal courthouse. From an insurrection, a violent armed insurrection. Stormtroopers cut 15 go.
Bongino on the Reality of Our Flag and Thanking God
"So when I joined the Secret service, one of my first assignments my an agent, friend of mine mint. This is called Mike. He got sick. I've been out of training for. I don't even know a month. Not much. I mean, I was about as green as you could possibly get And I'm in the Melville Office of the Secret Service in Long Island. And boss comes in. And he says, Listen, you were an alternate on it on a trip. I'm like a trip. You know where trip to the city. I was along God, He's like no foreign trip to Russia and this guy Mike got sick. So you know you're going, Mikey B. We'll call him, he says you're up. You want to go and I was like Russia. I'm telling you, like New Jersey is, the father said, I think I've ever been outside of training. The first time you travel overseas to a country that's not necessarily a friendly and I think we flew a C five a over there, and there's these massive cargo doors and lower. I'm telling you, I want to be dramatic, but it was like something out of a movie. The cargo doors are dropping or because we fly with all the president's cars and everything you know it's a free ride. Just jump on the plane. It's going down at lands and, you know, the guy comes on board the lead advance agent He's like, you know, Welcome to Russia was seriously was out of salt Look like something out of the movies or I'm a young kid, you know, in my twenties. You know, being overseas where the rules don't matter like they do here. There's no real rule of law in Russia. Whatever works for Vladimir Putin works me. Wasn't Putin back then? But you get the point. When you fly back to the United States, you land and J B a joint base. Andrews used to be Andrews Air Force Base. And you see that flag man? Stars and Stripes. Uh, there ain't nothing like it. Goose bumps, It was the first time and you know every foreign trip I took after that we got back safe and there were no problems and you see those flags Erin Andrews. We thank God.
Ex-Mossad Chief Signals Israel Behind Iran Nuclear Attacks
"The outgoing chief of Israel's secret service has given the place a signal which meant so far that Israel was behind the recent attack targeting Iran's nuclear program and the minute she scientist you'll see Karen from Israel's Mossad intelligence agency told Israel's channel twelve that the Iranian attends weekly basis doesn't look like it used to Kevin did not directly claim the attack spots his specificity gave the place a suggestion so far that Israel had a hand in them they also discussed the November killing of the Iranian scientists most said factory Saturday responsible for building a month Medici nuclear program decades ago while Kevin on camera doesn't claim the killing in the segment of the program the journalist who conducted the interview described him as having passed me signed off on the entire campaign I'm Karen Thomas
Caller Defines What It Means to 'Get off Your Caboose'
"Hi, Dan. It's an honor to speak with you. You know, I called him to say thank you because your continuous assertion that the do matters on your podcast and inspired me to get up off my caboose earlier this year to finally become the hero that I've been waiting for. I start showing up Tarkett school board meetings and making public comments. And actually recently got elected to one of those boards. I joined a local parent organization that standing up in force against critical race theory, mass mandates and vaccine propaganda towards our kids. And I've also been regularly writing and calling my representatives asking and tough questions and seeing what I want from them is a constituent and they're listening. I just want to tell your listeners that they don't have to feel helpless. I hear it in their voices when they call and it makes me so sad. We all just have to get up off our laurels. And be the voices for truth and change where we lead like you say it starts there. Wow. Lisa! Mikey, Please don't hang up on this here. Sometimes. You know, we have to get rid of calls. Lisa, that's ah! Get me a little emotional. I'm Homes. That's weird him. I don't know if I said I was talking about the cancer, and now you're talking About things that really matter to me. Oh, God. Give me a second. You're an inspiration, Dan. And I appreciate it. Yeah, I never intended to be. I mean that I'm not kidding. I always was the guy behind the camera. I mean, it was a secret service guy. You never in front of the camera. And I just like you just got pissed
Liberals Burn Their Own Cities, Calling Riots as 'Peaceful Protests'
"You know, I live in a relatively conservative part of Florida. We had no problems down here at all. Weird How liberals live in these cities and they go and burn your cities down and you're like, Oh, this is great. They're peaceful protest as your city's burning down behind you kind of strange, right? I'm sure you remember. They've called Trump a coward because the secret Service took him into the bunker. Remember that they said, Oh my God! She was overreacting. President Trump. He was a chump, not a trump. What a coward into the bunker. That's weird because the Biden administration now is defending that decision. Defending the decision to expand the perimeter around the White House. I thought there was no threat. I thought they were peaceful Protesters didn't MSNBC. Your CNN imply that Don't worry, folks. These air, largely peaceful protest. I'm sorry. I just got punched in the face a largely another. That's a bottle hit me and it's okay. It is a largely peaceful riot. It's largely peaceful. It is a largely peaceful burning down of ST John's church in front of the White House. It's burning, but it's peacefully. But matter of fact, what do they call fires was cave Man television. It's actually pretty peaceful of you. I look at that we could you hear the crackling It is a peaceful, burning down off Washington D. C. No
Trump Was Under 'Real' Threat During Antifa, BLM Riots
"No. Let me give you some inside baseball here. Have some friends who still work with the Secret Service. Remember when the riots were going on outside the White House, the BLM riots, You know, Bill I am the terror group AT and T for the known terror group out there, Auntie Fei and the First Amendment Group. I'm not kidding when I tell you that The White House was under very, very real threat. Without giving away company secrets. I don't think you understand. Like how dangerous that situation really Woz, not for the reasons you think Not that the security there isn't good. It is good. There's been some lapses yet, of course. There have been, but it's good. Very good, Very good. Some of the best in the world. But the danger that night those riots actually a multiple nights to the White House and the president Trump of the time is very real.
"secret service" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of what That's about half Of his Online remarks, which I'll post again to my Twitter feed. I think that is a a stark and real take. On what we've just seen and what we're seeing in America right now. I'm so glad you played that. Uh, There are a lot of calls here. I know, Albert. I know. I know. I got stories from the sky, but I just wanted to go around. I want to put a button on this. A lot of people agree with me. So of course I want to talk about that. But no, I people want agree about pence. Remember? I was saying that pence has no no stake in this. You think that Pence has to do this and he'll do the right thing. He has no stake in this and many are saying on again. These were all texture and leaving 15 80 88 10 that Fences scared he's scared for his life. And In the 650. Shout out to the 650. He should be scared. Hence, there's only six months protection is BP. Now, just because of that. I want to mention this. One of the things that's most troubling and has been most troubling about this administration. To me from the very beginning is the way in which Donald Trump and his henchman have funneled money into trump businesses from the very beginning. As you know, some of this has come from foreign powers. But I'm talking about domestic money, your money, my money. Okay. The Secret Service and other administration officials were forced to stay at Trump property sometimes reports toe by out entire floors of hotels because the secret Service needs to make sure that there is room there. Well, that will continue. If you don't do something You at least enable Congress to pull some of that away, and that's one of the things that impeachment would do so if you're impeached and removed Again. You don't think it could happen? You don't have the votes in the Senate. I don't think for removal. But you would lose then that Open ended secret service protection and other egg of travel expenses to think your travel budget's a million dollars a year. And you can continue to funnel the truck. The secret Service money into your business is for the rest of your life. I didn't think about that. Wow. Tens of millions of dollars. Listen to my podcast with David Fahrenthold. Where I talk to him about Just this. All the money that is pouring into Trump business is just from the Secret Service. Anyway, I I see that imperative. But the one thing I would say, I don't think it's gonna happen because the Democrats I don't know if they've got this. Also, I think they would do want to move on. I think they want to get by the administration off to a clean start. I think the Democrats are in a tough spot to be perfectly honest. But you could you could draft something in Congress that would literally take away. That open ended budget from Donald Trump. You absolutely could. So if you really felt that was a threat, and you want to make a point. You could do that. I mean, you're not limited to the legislation that's already on the book. You can draft your own legislation. So but again that would have to pass but that wouldn't have to pass with two thirds. You understand? Now you have Control of Congress. You could pass legislation to reduce that open ended budget that Trump has post presidency. That should be considered. All right. I'll do a many stories from the sky when we continue Mark Thompson kgo 8 10 Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, but also you.
"secret service" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"As far as the surname actually. Babbitt? Yes. Is her name? She is Theirry Force veteran that served four tours to to serve and protect our country. So I'm grateful for that. I'm grateful for all the men and women in our armed forces that serve and protect us here to have freedom. But where I text you guys earlier is I was kind of upset. That she was shot. I felt that she It could have been avoided that she didn't need to be shot. I thought that there was a lot of security around at that time, and so I had seen the video of it, and I was kind of upset. I'm like, I'm mean. I just don't feel like she should have been shot. And I I wish that she wouldn't have gotten shot. I don't want anybody to lose their life. But I had to take back what I said to you guys because I saw the video and I saw who it was that shot her and I saw where the shot came from in the shot came Ursula from Secret Service. They were standing there in front of that door. Now there's unconfirmed reports because he has that been confirmed. It has it. Has it been confirmed of who they were protecting and who were behind that door. But It has been confirmed where the shot came from, Like I saw I actually had the video. You could see that it was a guy in a suit. I would assume maybe that secret service that they took that shot. Anyways, the reason why I'm taking back what I'm saying what I said before because I didn't think that she should have been shot is now I'm starting to see video and and still pictures there. Ursula. There were people inside of there with zip ties. Did you know that that zip ties like did you guys really have it? Now? I understand the protest. I understand things got out of hand. What were you guys planning on going in there? Keep kidnapping folks. Another one was 11 Molotov cocktails and then hot rifle. Yeah, the more the more that we talk about this right? The more than the more that we find out, the more we find out like I mean, I knew it was bad. But man the intention like you guys really were. Some of you guys are really gonna kidnap some people. Well, let's talk about a few more of those things that they brought. These domestic terrorists were wielding lead pipes. They were spraying tear gas. They were battering doors. They were breaking windows. There's scaling walls as you mention there were several explosive devices. On and several were also found near both of the party headquarters, which are just a short distance from the Capitol building. And I have had a chance to watch more of the videos as well. And I am surprised that there wasn't even more bloodshed. No one should be celebrating Ashley's death I don't want but but.
"secret service" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And I understand and the president in that video was full of praise for the team that's been treating him getting great reports from the doctors. This is an incredible hospital world to read. The work they do is just absolutely amazing. And I want to think of all the nurses, the doctors, everybody here, so I thought he looked much better yesterday. Stronger sounded stronger than he did on Friday in his video, but the New York Times says, Wait a minute. That's because he's on that super powerful steroid, and that makes him feel really good. That's why he looks so good yesterday. Okay? And steroids supposed to help him is part of his medical protocol. What does it matter if he just took the steroid and gave that if he's improving, he's improving. That's the whole point. Isn't yes, Dr Esther, two of the Oregon Health Alliance, was on MSNBC. She's one of the doctors who is ripping into the president for the SUV ride. There was another one who works at Walter Reed, who tweeted out and said it was insane to go for the ride endangered. The secret Service agents and others that came out immediately looked yesterday. Here is Dr Esther Chew this morning on MSNBC. He should remain put. He should remain in isolation, and it makes me sick to see him in close quarters with the others in that car, who, as Dr Phillips said, need to go into quarantine right now, and you know, I also say when we put patient On high dose steroids like that. We monitor them very closely because there's a host of side effects, including impact on their on their mental health and decision making you concede delirium or psychosis. What one he was riding in a car. So I don't think we needed to know his decision making was like he was driving, but I will go back. Tio. I don't know if it was smart, but this Secret Service is there but to protect him. They're always in danger news alert. That's part of their job. However, I can see the point that if it wasn't needed on Biff, it Did put their health at extreme risk. He maybe should have thought of something else. But I don't think the whole extreme that they are that now. These two agents are going to die because he was in the car with, um His opponents are using this. To carry out that narrative that he's downplayed Cove in 19. From the beginning. He doesn't understand it. He doesn't treated as a serious threat, etcetera, etcetera. They're using this to just continue that narrative. But you just made a point about the Secret Service and former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino was on Fox this morning. He said. When he was in the Secret Service, many agents got sick overseas protecting politicians of both parties. And we never heard about the public never hears about it. And he says That's because the secret Service agents or total pros, they don't complain. They know what they're signing up for. And then he had more to say about it. We'll play some of his audio coming up just ahead and you conjoined his call or text We welcome your comments at 51283605 90, its mark and Melinda Live in local 10 11 News, radio K. L B. J If.
"secret service" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Guarantee called the International Travel Department right now at low cost airlines 800 to 1551 for one. 800 to 1551 for one. That's 800 to 15 51 41 President, Trump briefly left the military hospital where he's being treated for covert 19. Riding in a Secret service vehicle to greet supporters gathered outside. Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewin. Doskey tells NBC's today show why the ride was important for the president while the president want to show this supporters How much we appreciate them and show that you can still continue to function even with covert 19 obviously, look, he's a leader and he wants to lead and we see this from the great leaders when they show a sign of respect to the people who are out supporting them, And that's what this was as far as the Secret Service agents being in close proximity to a covert 19 positive patient. Llewyn. Dusky says my understanding Savannah from the information I've obtained that the detail leader and of the Secret Service and the driver both volunteered for that assignment. A cz you know they have a very, very difficult jobs, but they were not required to do that. They both volunteered. And there was a piece of plexiglass. I believe between The president and the two secret service agents who are in the vehicle. What was once a tropical depression on track to reach the northern Gulf coast as a hurricane later this week has been upgraded to a tropical storm. Forecasters expecting Tropical Storm Delta to grow into a hurricane By the time it nears Cuba on Tuesday, it's the 25th named Storm of the Atlantic hurricane season. Which is almost double the average of a typical season. Ford USA Radio News I'm Timberg. You don't want any more. We could buy it from you within.
"secret service" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"So it's unthinkable one of the things that But he talked that was talked about in the story. How he really didn't want to go to American Cemetery in 2018, and they used what he used whether as an excuse. I remember the story. That there really was bad weather in the area in the same documents today that have been produced by the White House, which proves I think pretty definitively that he was not able to make this would have been a two hour drive. Ah put Secret Service had had concerns. So this is cut 11 rub. I was ready to go to a ceremony two of them one the following day, It was pouring and I went to that helicopter could not fly reason It couldn't fly because it was raining about as hard as I've ever seen On a top of that it was very very fucking helicopter was unable to fly. It was a fairly long helicopter flight. But it was a very long drive in order for me to go way would have had it will leave immediately and go through very busy areas of I guess, Paris but a very, very heavily traveled area there. Big City, I think was Paris. And the Secret Service told me you can't do it. I said I have to do it. I want to be there. They said you can't do it. And then he responded to the Again to the allegation that he had referred to as Americans who were killed in service of this country as either losers are suckers. This's cut. 13 and I.
"secret service" Discussed on Geek News Central
"With locate and agency like the Secret Service could, for instance created Geo fence around a crime scene. It could then identify mobile phones at Renna major in that area prior to the crime and see where those devices traveled before or after the instance. Please took that approach following a robbery in two thousand, nineteen in the ended up investigating an innocent cyclists. Remember we talked about that. We also talked about how back in March. The US, customs and border protection purchase locate X, and former Bagel. Street employees towed protocol that the secret service in US, immigration and Customs Enforcement Ice we're using location tracking tech as well. So, but motherboard has the first confirmation that the secret service did in fact per purchase locate as well. So. This is not a new issue now. It's here's the thing. Oh they bought this data. is publicly available, anyone can buy it. Got The money you can buy it. How do you think? How do you think all this cross promotion cross marketing everything is going to now is because they're taking this data that she everyone opted into and all these different APPs than no one reads the terms of service for and they're buying location data with this. Are you surprised they don't need a warrant. Says public. This is information you have made available. And they're selling it as a business. The the money is in the data folks look they spent thirty five thousand dollars looks like to other agencies did as well. So they got at least a hundred grand from the US government. And two thousand eighteen the Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement needs a warrant informed self cell phone tower searches, but they're not buying doing cell phone tower searches, they're just buying the raw data. Senator Ron Wyden is reported planning legislation to block law enforcement from purchasing products like locate but. Anyone else can. Any any JOE. On the street. Can Do. This kept thirty, five thousand. By the subscription data you can buy the location data these bones. So. What say you Do you care probably not. As we're all using these APPS. All the time. United States is.
"secret service" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The Secret Service has just provided details of an officer involved shooting outside the White House late Monday afternoon that led them to a score President Trump out of the briefing room. Thomas Sullivan, the chief of the Secret Service. Uniformed division, says a man told an officer he had a weapon and then ran aggressively toward him and in a drawing motion. Through an object from his clothing. Then crouched into a shooter stance. Is this as if he was about to fire a weapon. Secret Service officer discharged his weapon, striking the individual in the torso. The suspect and the Secret Service officer were taken to the hospital. Neither said to have life threatening wounds. The president then returned to the podium and saluted the work of the secret service. He also stressed the need for schools around the country to reopen despite a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Claimed 97,000 Children were infected by covert 19 in the last two weeks of July. Ah, 40% increase in child cases in the states and cities that were studied this Also a case where there's a tiny tiny fraction of, uh, death tiny fraction Main Wallace. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin looked on. The president called his recent spate of executive orders, including those designed to supplement state unemployment benefits absolutely necessary to support Americans in need boxes. Kevin Corke Johns Hopkins University reports. The number of positive Corona virus test the worldwide since the outbreak started, has now reached 20 million. New York Times reports Presumed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has interviewed each of his potential running mates, and his announcement is expected My Wednesday Wall Street mixed on Monday, the Dow gained 357 points the S and P 500 added nine. But the NASDAQ was down 42 points. America is listening to Fox News. From the Florida Central Credit Union home Loans Traffic center. Some overnight construction for you to be aware of I for eastbound just after Macintosh Road. We've got two right lanes closed there. 60 eastbound ramp to South bound to 75 has two right lanes blocked on that transition, and the South bound to 75 at the 62 right lanes blocked off there. Also lane closures on Gandhi Boulevard, both east and westbound between the Gandhi Bridge and Mabry. Paul.
"secret service" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The Secret Service has just provided details of an officer involved shooting outside the White House late Monday afternoon that led them to escort President Trump out of the briefing room. Thomas Sullivan, the chief of the Secret Service. Uniformed division, says a man told an officer he had a weapon and then ran aggressively toward him and in a drawing motion withdrew and objects from his clothing. Then crouched into a shooter stance. Is this as if he was about to fire a weapon. Secret Service officer discharged his weapon, striking the individual in the torso. The suspect and the Secret Service officer were taken to the hospital. Neither said to have life threatening wounds. The president then returned to the podium and saluted the work of the secret service. He also stressed the need for schools around the country to reopen despite a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics that claimed 97,000 Children were infected by covert 19 in the last two weeks of July. Ah, 40% increase in child cases in the states and cities that were studied. This also case where there's a tiny, tiny fraction of death tiny fraction made while as Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin looked on, the president called his recent spate of executive orders, including those designed to supplement state unemployment benefits absolutely necessary to support American. You need boxes. Kevin Corke Johns Hopkins University reports the number of positive Corona virus tests worldwide since the outbreak started, has now reached 20 million. The New York Times. Reports presumed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has interviewed each of his potential running mates, and his announcement is expected by Wednesday. Wall Street mixed on Monday, the Dow gained 357 points, the S and P 500 added nine. But the NASDAQ was down 42 points. America is listening.
"secret service" Discussed on Bunker Brothers
"secret service" Discussed on Bunker Brothers
"Okay so. We are back and we're in the bunker with the secret service agent Mr Burke, grassle and. A lovely, a lovely, a lovely gentleman, Craig, not at all, like the anti-cop things that my brother may have posted on facebook and. Thank your flattery is appreciate it gentlemen, but not necessary. I just wanted to take a look. At what kind of facilities you have here, you know your facebook post. Although wasn't wasn't the wisest post in the world did alert us to the existence of the bunker, and the bunker Let's just say it has some possibilities I'd like to ask you questions about it What are the? We'll get to that in a second. What are the? Can't what kind of power you got down here I? Think we might need a to twenty for the tanning bed. Okay. We can't turn the. You got the powers always. Make a deal here. Yeah. It's GONNA be. We can give you as much power as you need. You know what happened once was. Is that the room full of Shit in electrocuted or it sent a shock or something, and turned the powerful shit. Who say we were smuggling out these? clinks. Say But Taking. Off Don't want to take a look at the full of Shit. Gentlemen. That's not. That's not relevant to our. Neither, do we? There's A. Church. There is A. Look. What the plumbing situation down here aside from the shit sounds a little bit fishy. It's too much plumbing. In my opinion, it's just constant running water and pipes I think it connects to the house upstairs. We don't own the house anymore childhood house. The bank owns it and gave it to. These people were always. Dancing around it's really annoying, but there's I mean Bryant sprint. Take showers periodically. Running blast of water pipe, I'll just dash dash under just trying to get a spray on myself, but it's not the must. Not The ideal situation, but let me be honest we gentlemen. The President's looking for backup bunker. Wine, you know. Trump trump well. That's the president. Yes, the perfect is the president's looking for backup bunker. The obviously the situation in Washington is not quite as secure as like it to be and Norton Northern Ohio. Seems like the ideal location for a A. Bunker, that could be used as a backup in case of emergency or case, though the White House was overrun so when we read your facebook post the boys down down in the in. The original poker we decided we'd send feelers out here to see if we could brass. Purchase your bunker. Somehow modify. Needs, way, it's not like it's not like. You don't just take it right cream and knock the. Why would it be like Prima now? In theory I mean, we could take it, but I thought that's usually our second. Mr. Capture. sounded. Wife what do you say? No seeing the president would would. Get into confused as a crush on. January more been debating it back. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA pay us. No, that's way better. That's way better than what I was. What I was well. The government wouldn't pay you the trump organization. Be Paying you and. Quite honestly you know how they are about payments, but is to just you asked for cash upfront, but no, you didn't hear that for me. Get the? The president wants to use our bunker as a spider hole. Saddam Hussein style is what you're saying. He wants, but it's. It's going to be a lot of money. It sounds like it sounds like he's GonNa. Pay, Lonnie. Five thousand dollars to be a lot. For this dump? Yeah, I think that's. Not Come. Are you kidding me? That's a lot of Marta. We would take that somehow I'm only I'm only authorized to offer up to five hundred at this moment, but I could I could possibly get them up. I mean you would have to go with. Michael Cohen. As chief financial officer of the trump organization so jealous. WAS CORONA VIRUS? You know he was freed on. Early release. Any case or so in any case Michael Cole beginning you call sometime within the next few weeks. Can give you a five hundred dollars cash deposit right now, Pretty good. That's over Diptheria. WanNa get cove aid from Michael Cohen Okay I'm not do. Pray it's five hundred dollars negotiate. You're supposed to be a salesman vacuums, and this is his negotiation. He's like you said five I'll say. You take a penny which. Each other just take what you're looking. For things that are still in Cobb. You wouldn't take the debt. Would you because if you take? The five hundred dollars look I can't. I can't handle this okay I. Am a proud liberal. Is Br. Burke Burke the thing is he? Lives here I. Don't know if there's a situation where Brian can like live with the president and still that would. I feel like I, feel comfortable. You know it's not an ideal situation, but if you move into the room, that might be negotiable could move to the. Mission was more room flooded with shipped water to a piece trump. He's turned the whole thumping country into a room full of Shit Water and I'm sorry in K.. Sorry, there's a secret service. For All right I'm not just going to let this stupid. Orange Goon, pump his way into our bunker like he's done. Everything in this country is a bully and I'm sick of it. I'm sorry, but I can't do it. This is our dance bunker. I'm not done with it yet. I WanNa find out what he meant for us, and I don't don't like trump man. I'm sorry. What about. What about like six Hundred Dollars Stop Negoti Oh my God. Well I've. got a little I. Give You five Hundred Twenty I've got twenty in my wallet here and I've got the five hundred from the from the White House, but as I said gentlemen. I'm not sure you have much of a choice in this situation. You Might WanNa. Just take the money and get out of here fast. Because he's just GonNa kind takes what he wants to. Not I won't Resist I. Will nonviolently resist I will hunker in this bunker. I will chain myself to the tree of this existence and I will stand in front of the tank in Tiananmen Square, because I am a true social justice, Warrior and trump cannot stop. Is there anything else trump like? Does he need like we have? We got we got. We got electricity. We got water. Is that all that fine, so we're well as I said. We're going to need to. Twenty volt outlets for the tanning bed. We're going to need. Some rather sophisticated plumbing. The president uses a colour flush master five thousand. We've upgraded from the four thousand. Five looks master. Yeah, you, it sounds like yeah. You could flush lobster down that thing gentlemen. That's what The Art and and there's a well. There's other things the president considers necessary to his. His existence, but I'm not free to disclose them. In this conversation, so I'd prefer that you simply either vacate the premises or move yourself into the room and risk being vacated later by the Secret Service. I can't guess we know I can't handle this. Jack I need to sidebar. Okay, we'll.
"secret service" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Everybody welcome to this week's episode of the full cast and crew podcast this week. I'm going to be talking about the excellent James Bond Film on Her Majesty's Secret Service with my guest frazier rice frazier's been a long time super listener of the pod in a friend and I asked him for sinked bio do a little intro of him and he said something. That was so perfect. I'm just going to basically what he wrote Frazier's Day job lawyer in remission. He's also been an advisor to family offices and has worked in the financial services industry and a number of capacities. He's also an author. He wrote the book wealth actually and is the host of the wealth. Actually podcast. So if you're spending all your money on podcasts you might WanNa Dipoto in there and learn how to manage your money a little more effectively frazier. Also the CO writer of a horror. Comedy graphic novel called. Stay alive which you can find on Amazon and comics G. I highly recommend it. It's a great read. Frazier also died in the first scene of the movie. The Devil's restaurant so if you like a visual check that out anyway. Here's my conversation with frazier about on Her Majesty's Secret Service Frazier Rice. Welcome to the forecast and grew podcast. It's been a long time coming Jason. I am thrilled to be here. I am glad you suffered through my bad taste in movies and let Bihan. Let's revisit a few of the hot take movies. You suggested your a super listener of gas for that thank you and you are an avid endanger. Any social media in fact our current instagram profile photo is inspired by you indirectly because I use a photo of Zanini irving who is in the the fury own Irving right it is Is a swing and a miss. I remembered it more finely than it actually was. Well it was worth it. It's a howling Lee worth it experience to watch. I'd actually right now. Probably a hell lot more. I don't know if you've found this 'cause I noticed that you've put for really interesting in long lists of COVID era entertainment binge-watching options than been adding to those lists like. Have you found that your tastes in movies has changed during this time? Let your after a certain type of movie A thing that makes you feel good from your childhood or your your youth. What what kind of viewing habits have you noticed? During this time I really like stand up. Comedies Sebastian Maniscalco has been a nice tonic in these sort of crazy times So veep which I discovered recently which is really just just. It really is brilliant. And it's funny and I come from the political world early in my career so there's a lot of inside baseball with that that I really enjoy so things that are funny. I I come from liking the comic a comic book world in Horror Movies and things like that and it. That's great but a little bit intolerable. When you're going from one place to really another in New York in trended make sense of our post apocalyptic world yet. I'm jealous that you've just like they saved veep for this time because I think of a better show to have what four or five seasons of of that easily. The best written show on television when it was being made unquestionably. It's just rapid fire. Quips and they all hit and everything. It's it's amazing. As in the the roles are the CAST. That perfectly incredible. That's a great show. I don't know how we arrived at Ami we've needed to do James Bond so speaking of kind of the comfort food of movies during this time. I was so excited to revisit on Her Majesty's Secret Service and then go down a little bit of the of the James Bond radical which. You're much more qualified than I will will get into your experience at the comments which I didn't even know it was saying we both watch the George Lazenby documentary. That's been on. Hulu for a couple of years coming bond right and I tell you I watched it again last night. The movie not the DOC I. I'm I'm further going to plant the flag and say it's definitely my favorite bond film and I'm hard pressed not to say it's the best of the original films. Like I think that the film making of the new bonds is all other saying compared to what these are right so I started separate those out so I have I. I have a real tough time. Dislodging Goldfinger the top bond. I think it you know if you have a checklist of things that a good bond movie has you have to have great bond women and I'd say Goldfinger as at least two of them If gotta have a good plot and I diverge here in say. The best bond movies tend to revolve around simple plots and Goldfinger. Goldfinger is simple yet. Big Enough that I think it captures the imagination. The cars in the gadgets are spectacular. The villains you have a good cartoony odd job done. And you have a spectacular villain villain in Goldfinger And the in the locations in the ending is good. The opening is good it. So it's a solid overall and then I would say there's sort of a next tier of bond film which is generally really really good on all those different fronts. I put on Her Majesty's Secret Service in there as one of those in particular I put. Fear is only. Is it Roger Moore? I think that's the best one of his And then thunderball and from Russia with love. I put in that neck of the woods and then on Her Majesty's Secret Service and then Casino Royale which I think is sort of the the latest entry and I think one of the better ones also interesting yet this one. I Iran that they kind of made a conscious decision to get away from the GADGETRY in Secret Service. Which you can kind of notice the really. Isn't that much trickery with the gadgets? It's much more block focused Gets a lot of people would say overstuffed plot. I is so it's funny because I read most of the Fleming books and I have a weird collection of the graphic novel versions of a lot of movies that were printed in the daily express in London and unimaginative. Secret Service is the closest one to the book and the novelization that I've ever that I've seen out of all of them and I think is a movie is a movie movie. This one I agree with you stands head and shoulders above all of them now. Most people don't watch James Bond movies to be emotionally crestfallen and so on but but this one has has a human bond and interplay that is absent from most of the other ones and I think. That's that's what. I think revisionist history is being kinder and kinder to this one on that basis. I mean people are saying you know this was a good movie the miracle and we'll get to this. I'm sure is how well George Lazenby actually turns out especially in the climactic scene. Which is I think. I think one of the best in the whole series last night. I watched that scene again. You're totally right. I mean to have an emotional experience in a bond film out. There's not another emotional experience in a bond film. I think until you get to the Daniel Craig films where were that's may be more a part of things but again. I leave those to the side because those modern bonds to me are sort of a different thing than this what I would say is the classic era of bond which by the way for me does not involve Timothy Doll like it's really connery Lazenby. More I get it but for me. It's connery number. One lazenby to and I would say Roger Moore a distant third for me personally just.