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Security and Intelligence Failures Led to January 6 Capitol Attack
"Today the senate released a new report finding the capitol. Police leadership did not act on warnings. That trump supporters tried to breach the capital leading. One officer tells senate investigators quote we. Were ill prepared. We were not informed with intelligence. We were betrayed. There's also a lot. The report does not cover as washington. Post greg sargent points out quote. It does not officially described the attack as insurrection instead opting for the word attack and avoids a frank discussion of the role played by one donald. J trump sarah gary. Peters of michigan is the chair of the senate homeland security committee. One of the committees published that report and he joins me now senator. What was the scope of this report. What was the sort of task before your committees. The scope is was limited right from the start. It was bipartisan. A look at what exactly happened on january six in terms of security failures. And why did those failures Car and what sort of changes need to occur to make sure that that ever happens again. And that the capitalist secure the men and women who work in the capital are secure and that our democracy is secure to prevent an attack on the capitol building but it was focused on just those days events. we looked at Intelligence and saw obviously failures in intelligence also saw failures from the leadership of the capitol. Police although i wanna be clear and certainly you're opening showed it vividly that the men and women the frontline men and women who are. They're defending the capital. We're heroes but they were let down by their leadership. It was clear in our investigation that there wasn't a plan in fact during the attack. You'll have officers that. Were on the radio. Saying where's the plan. Who has a plan. Put them in a horrible position and also problems with getting the national guard here and the fact that there needed to be more effective planned up front so we were focused on that we wanted to get a plant a report out that has specific recommendations. That could be acted on very quickly. There are twenty recommendations in this report and we hope to get those in place as quickly as
Fresh update on "security committee" discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"It's the politics podcast. I'm scott detro-. I covered the white house. This i cover congress and dominica montenero senior political editor and correspondent so the house committee investigating the january sixth attack on the. Us capitol had a bumpy week this week and given how things have gone so far with this that probably was not a surprise but it is worth taking a step back today. I'm talking about that. Because it says a lot about how toxic and broken. The house seems to be right now. And how partisan factions seem to be overriding every other impulse in in politics in congress. Right now so claudia. Let's start with this. What was supposed to happen originally and then with this latest version of the committee plan. Yeah it feels like going back to ancient history when we go back to the beginning of this. It was just towards the beginning of this year. After the insurrection house speaker nancy pelosi had said. Let's do one nine eleven style commission. She was pitching a bipartisan plan. by may a deal was reached between the top democrat and republican on the house homeland security committee and by later that month they were passing it in the house. Thirty-five republicans joined There seemed to be some hopes. This could push through the senate but by may this fell apart. There weren't enough republicans on board. There's actually there. I filibuster to block a vote to proceed to this so pelosi moved forward with the committee idea was going to be thirteen members. He democrats potentially five republicans in consultation with pelosi and she named her members. She included a republican. Liz cheney in that group and mccarthy took his time it wasn't clear if he was going to boycott but he finally lane those members this week and that's where things went awry this week and and before we talk about who those were and what happened next dominica. I think we do need some big picture context here of of why it is that we have seen this very quick migration from republican leaders in particular from this was a very bad thing that happen and president. Trump played a role in it to a view. Very different from that and that that move happened quickly and you had some sort of bipartisan consensus on doing some sort of committee to where we are now why is that. You've seen this migration because republicans are scared of the base. I mean you're even seeing former. President trump talked about how he was in front of a loving audience that day and really in some respects trying to whitewash. What's been going on. Because you just don't have a lot of republicans who are saying that continuing to condemn this among the rank and file. And you know you're seeing those sort of what we're mixed messages at the beginning really. They're just trying to corral around. Frankly foreign president trump because they need his voters to able to you know. Help them win the house back in twenty twenty two and you know House minority leader kevin. Mccarthy is really made this sort of bargain that this is the way to do it. And he's got his ride to former president trump. So claudia given all of that. Kevin mccarthy names his picks who does he pick how does pelosi respond so he picks these five republicans. Some of them seemed like really logical choices. Like rodney davis of illinois. He sits on the house administration committee that oversees capitol police but there were two members that caught pelosi's concern. This is jim. Banks of indiana mccarthy. Wanted to see him as the top ranking republican on that committee and then jim jordan of ohio pelosi said their past statements and actions cost concern for example. She felt like they had in one case. For example banks had made remarks to the effect of saying the biden administration had a role to play here on january six and she cut off her borders to get more detailed what those statements and actions were but it was obviously a concern for her to the point she had to block it. She said this was an unprecedented investigation at called for an unprecedented decision and so with those two members blocked mccarthy then went and said forget it not sending any five picks over to you and now that leaves eight members on this to proceed next week with their first hearing and look. This is a real thing that happened. Claudia you and i. What was that two days after. Yeah when i met you and we walk through the capital and saw yeah all signs of just a horrific attack on that building real. We're just a little past six months later. and there is a political calculation. Going on you see these quotes happened in hearings. You know that that that line about just a bunch of tourists going through. That is obviously not what happened. Dominica there is a little bit of politics going on though from pelosi house democrats in that they want to get to the bottom of this. They want a full accounting of what happened. But given the fact that former president trump did cheer this on. There's certainly a little bit of politics in them. Wanting this to be out front and center correct right. I mean it's stunning to see the lack of unity and republicans. Not wanting to really get to the bottom of thing that happened at the same time. Democrats do have an incentive politically to continue on with this because this came from trump supporters in so the further you dig the worse it could make former president trump. Look it's also interesting. This puts a bright light on some republicans who were standing out against this kind of effort. For example. Liz cheney's a classic example saying that mccarthy has not maintained his commitment to the constitution or the rule of law and he tries to send that he's tried to essentially sabotage this probe she and and others like adam kissing her illinois. They're really trying to push against this kind of approach of trying to just erase this moment. So we're at this point now. Where maybe it's exactly where house republican leadership wanted to be that it's an entirely. Partisan panel given the political dynamics in this country is whatever investigation. Whatever report they put forward is anybody who doesn't already agree with them going to view this as a definitive nonpartisan. What a a a a definitive accounting. No i think we know. The answer is no i mean and if you think about like the impeachment processes to their hearings witnesses called there are lots of evidence. Lots of evidence that was brought forward And pretty much the people who believed what they believed coming in believed what they believed going out on except at the margins and you know it just speaks to the partisanship and the status of where we're at as a country currently where people don't trust the sources of information that they're getting You know except from trusted sources who tend to agree with them. Oh so there is talk of adding more republicans to the panel. We're still waiting to see what speaker pelosi decides there. But just on friday for example we were hearing of an interview if you will between speaker pelosi and a former house. Republicans is denver riggleman of virginia. And of course there's buzz about possibly adding someone like adam kuenz inger to the panel so there are efforts on democrats behalf to try and ramp up that bipartisan look but it is tough especially when you have republicans largely on the whole walking away..
Senate Report Details Sweeping Failures Around Jan. 6 Attack
"A little more than five months after the capital riot a Senate report he's describing sweeping failures around the attack the report lays out breakdowns within several intelligence agencies and the capitol police a series of missteps that allowed riders to violently forced their way inside it's the first bipartisan review of the insurrection and may be the last it comes two weeks after Senate Republicans blocked a bipartisan commission to investigate the insurrection the report does not even call it insurrection nor it looks at its root causes including van president trump's call for supporters to fight like hell the Senate homeland security committees chair says the report will allow for some immediate security improvements but it knowledge is it does not answer some big questions Sager made Ghani Washington
US Formally Ends Policy for Asylum-Seekers to Wait in Mexico
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the US formally ends the policy forcing asylum seekers to wait in Mexico the blighted ministration formally ended the trump era migrant protection protocols Tuesday doing away with the policy that forced asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U. S. immigration court the shift was announced by homeland security secretary Alejandro my orcas in a seven page memo the policy had returned about seventy thousand asylum seekers to Mexico from January twenty nineteen until Biden's first day in office this year representative John Katko will do your work the top Republican on the house homeland security committee called the move a very serious mistake might cross CO Washington
Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody
"Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says that border patrol custody of young migrants has declined dramatically. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports that secretary My Orcas attributes that to changes made by the Biden administration secretary. My Orkest told the Senate Homeland Security Committee that fewer than 500 young migrants were in Border patrol custody this week, compared to nearly 6000 in late March. The challenge is not behind us. The results are dramatic. But Ohio GOP Senator Rob Portman noted the unaccompanied minors have been moved to health and human services facilities. I'm glad Customs and border protection is moved Children to HHS again. These Children have only been moved from one federal agency to another. My Yorkis conceded that there is much more work to be done. Claude agree
"security committee" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Work done do the moral and national shame of the previous administration that literally not figure, Lee ripped Children from the arms of their families, their mothers and fathers of the border. He also reversed remain in Mexico and paused wall construction. Since he took office, there's been an unprecedented wave of Central American migrants arriving at the border, he rejoined the Paris climate Accord and the World Health Organization. He's directed the Justice Department to look at ways to ban ghost guns and announced that troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan on September 11th of this year. Just this week, he signed an order making the minimum wage $15 an hour for federal contract workers, and he's revoked the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. And while he's receiving high praise from Democrats, not so from the GOP, I'm going to act. I'm gonna act fast. I'd like to be. I'd like to be doing it with the support of Republicans. I've met with Republicans. There's some really fine. People want to get something done. But they're just not willing to go. As far as I think we have to go. It is just too far in many respects for many Republicans. Well, you know that the inauguration it was all about unity. Bring the country together that we're too divided and I have everything else. He is extremely partisan in this 1st 100 days. Michael McCaul is a congressman representing the 10th District of Texas, including The executive orders that you're talking about the Keystone Pipeline. Right out of box, hurting my state and energy state. The welders. You know the blue collar workers that really relying on that and then I think the biggest mistake I seen And I don't border my entire professional careers of federal prosecutor chairman of the Homeland Security Committee. Now we're the Foreign Affairs Committee isn't for reversing You know these asylum cooperation agreements and remain in Mexico policy, which is really created a humanitarian crisis on the border. You know, down there many times I just have never seen it this bad. You know, Congressman as Central America, Central Americans arrive by the thousands to our border in we know in March, nearly 19,000 kids alone were apprehended in that month. I imagine you think you should talk about the border tonight. Do you think he will say anything different than what he said at his first press conference as president about the border that would hope he would. I'm not even sure it's only bring it up. I mean, there's the reason they don't want to go down there. Is because they know the ostrich. You are so bad. They know they know it's a humanitarian crisis and mild just knows Bill's secretary of Homeland Security. I just don't think they want the objects and certainly if it's brought up in all You know, I'm sure it's second be a driving team of joint session speech. They know this is where the president's point. The lowest on this issue, more than any other issue out there, And so I personally don't think you have spent a lot of time on it, and he should, because I think it's It is a crisis you as you noted, you formerly chaired the Homeland Security Committee. And before becoming a member of Congress, you were chief of counterterrorism and national security of the U. S attorney's office in West Texas. Where do you help? The Biden administration focuses when it comes to foreign policy We've seen plans about like withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, renewed talks on the Iran deal. And in every speech. I think I've heard the president give Thus far. He talks about China and this sort of fierce competition. We're now in. Have been in. How do you feel about the focus thus far when it comes to foreign policy and where it needs to go? Well, he's engaging with our allies. And I agree with that. I I worry about Afghanistan being You know, Look, it's gone on for a long time. My biggest concern is how can we identify threats in country and respond to those threats to the homeland? I predict it when we went trough. In September. The Taliban el coyote, probably, you know, overrun and take over that country, and my biggest concern is how can we You know, responded threats in real time. Yeah, they could impact our allies or the homeland itself. No, don't back to pre 9 11 state. I'm worried about Iran to because They are getting closer to bomb. They seem so eager to get involved in this back into the JCP away. Um, you know, just like John Kerry. I think one of just a deal. Not a good deal of Netanyahu would talk about. Um, you know, right now, Ron. And very close to their 60% Richmond within months could be it 90%. They have short range missiles and Israel in the Saudi peninsula are really in the crosshairs here. Wait. They aren't 60% already. I mean, I remember hearing And I think it was An Iranian officials saying that we're not going to be bullied. If we want to get to 60%. We will. But you're saying they they already have reached that point. We'll be I told has announced their 60% now. Whether that have verifiable that is, you know there are assessments and could be lower than that. But But we do know that they're moving, you know, with remarkable speed right now in the reversion process and if they are getting close to 60 of the Ayatollah says You're talking about about a four month break out to get the 90%. And then about a year time to develop a nuclear warhead to attach to the short range missile. So if we can negotiate and look, I want the different facets succeed. We don't want to fail because we don't want to go to war. One thing run has under standard clearly is a night shapes of America, and I think I speak for the Democrats on this one as well. I'm not gonna sit back idly and allow a nuclear Iran to exist in one way or another. America will respond to that. Speaking of John Kerry, some are calling for John Kerry to resign. He's currently serving as a climate envoy underneath. Secretary Pompeo in 2018 called Kerry's meetings, private meetings with Zarif at the time on seemly and unprecedented and carry himself at the time admitted in a radio show in 2018 that he had met with his grief. Three or four times. Well, I find these allegations very disturbing. We will be looking into these allegations. I think there should be an investigation. I think Mr carrying has to come out more strongly in his defense on on this, I think Um Yeah, I signed a document that requires Meteo. We'll get briefed on classified information I spent certainly don't give it to my foreign adversary. That is a huge violation of law. Um, is if which were true should be prosecuted. But I think when you don't fax, you know, in front of us I don't know if we we have all but the one thing just doesn't bother me here. Point about what pump As, says white. He Maintaining this relationship. You know, with the former prime, you know. Foreign Minister of Iran. Not exactly an ally of the United States. It's one thing like you know, Great Britain or France, you know that said to carry on a relationship and maintain a relationship. The foreign minister of Major adversary, he said in his own defense, like Look, I shared all the information that I got with Pompeo..
The Struggle To House Surge Of Unaccompanied Children At U.S.-Mexico Border
"Herbst. The Biden administration is sending FEMA to the US Mexico border to help accommodate a surge of unaccompanied migrant Children who have overwhelmed government facilities. As NPR's John Burnett reports, The move is fueling criticism from immigration hawks who say the new White House is bungling the border. If FEMA is involved, it's a disaster by definition, said representative John Cat Co. The ranking Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee. On Sunday, he promised aggressive oversight of how the Biden White House's handling the record influx of Children across the southwest border. The problem is that teenagers from Central America traveling alone and seeking asylum are filling up Border patrol jail cells meant for adults when the law says they're not supposed to be held there for more than three days. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My Orcas said Saturday that Ah Border Patrol facility is no place for a child. He dispatched FEMA to partner with immigration agents. Move Children into more humane facilities as soon
Capitol defenders blame bad intelligence for deadly breach
"The officials who were in charge of capital security during last month's riot are blaming bad intelligence for the breach in their first public testimony since the insurrection there was a lot of finger pointing at federal agencies and each other X. capitol police chief Steven son says the invasion wasn't his agency's fault none of the intelligence we received predicted what actually occurred son says he had not seen an F. B. I. report a day earlier warning of a potential war at the capitol during the first of what will likely be many congressional probes into what happened that day Senate homeland security committee chair Gary Peters says lawmakers have a duty to insist on changes and prevent another attack the January sixth attack marked a once in a lifetime failure Sager made Donnie Washington
Trump and Giuliani sued by Democratic congressman over deadly Capitol riot
"Congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital riot. Trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president. House Homeland Security Committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses Trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups. Keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results. Several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit, which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan Act. It bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties.
Democratic congressman sues Trump over role in Capitol riot
"A democratic congressman is suing Donald Trump over the ex president's role in the capital right trump's Senate impeachment acquittal is expected to lead to a wave of litigation over the insurrection now that he's lost some legal protections as an ex president house homeland security committee chair Bennie Thompson suit accuses trump of inciting the insurrection and conspiring with his lawyer and extremist groups to keep Congress from certifying the presidential election results several other lawmakers are expected to join the suit which was brought under a law known as the Ku Klux Klan act it bans violence or intimidation meant to keep members of Congress or other federal officials from carrying out constitutional duties Sager made Donnie Washington
Senate confirms Antony Blinken as secretary of state
"Less than its signing off on the president's nominee for secretary of state President Biden's choice for top diplomat, One bipartisan support Antony Blinken has been confirmed Secretary of State by the Senate with a 78 22 vote. Blinking is a veteran of the State Department, previously serving his deputy secretary of state and deputy National security advisor during the Obama administration. President Biden plans to re orient U. S foreign policy already rejoining the Paris climate accord and signaling an openness to re engaging with Iran in the international nuclear deal. The Senate's Homeland Security Committee also advanced Alejandro Mayorkas, his nomination to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Setting up a full Senate
"security committee" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"President Biden today, signing an executive order that lifts the Pentagon's ban on transgender people serving in the military President Trump had put that order in place doing was enabling all qualified Americans served their country in uniform. Essentially restoring the situations against me. Forward Chan transgender personnel qualified and every other way. Serve government in the United States. Military Ohio Senator Rob Portman will not seek reelection next year. The Republican has been in the Senate for a decade. He also served in the House and is the top GOP member on the Senate Homeland Security Committee. In Indiana teenager believed to be involved with a mass shooting that left six people dead, is in custody. The Indianapolis Metro Police Department says Detectives identified and arrested a juvenile suspect early this morning. It comes after they found five people, including a pregnant woman and her unborn child shot dead at a home Sunday morning. Louisville man accused of killing his mother is facing more charges for an incident at the jail. Here's Will Clark Kindred Kinamore was already in metro corrections accused of killing his mother, Tracy Kenmore, inside of her cane run, rode home in December. He's charged with murder and domestic violence in that case. He's now charged with attempted murder and strangulation. After an incident inside of metro correction and arrest citation says that Kendrick Kinamore was caught on camera punching and kicking another man and then using his jail issued shirt to strangle the victim until he lost consciousness. Corrections officers had to use force to remove the shirt from Kenna more and we're able to separate the two men. Will Clark News Radio 8 40 wh s Governor Bashir's Koba 19 Briefing is coming up at four o'clock. I'm Paul Miles news. Radio. 8 40. Wh A. Yes. Thank.
Senate begins Biden Cabinet confirmation hearings
"Just a few hours. Until joe biden takes the oath of office and becomes the forty six president of the united states. five of his most high profile cabinet nominees five of them got their senate confirmation hearings today. Secretary of state nominee antony blinken appeared before the foreign relations committee armed services committee question. Defense secretary nominee. Lloyd austin janet yellen who's biden's nominee for treasury secretary. She had her hearing before the finance committee. Also hearing for biden's pick to head homeland security alejandro may orcas and the director of national intelligence nominee of real hanes. Got her hearing as well five. Really big ones right. I mean state defense treasury homeland security intelligence five of them all at once today. We never have this many nominees for huge cabinet positions all having their confirmation hearings all on the same day. That's because in years past when a new administration was on its way in the senate would hold hearings for new cabinet secretaries over a period of days many days in advance of the inauguration so the new president could have at least some of his cabinet in place when he actually took office. Not this time. Though this time we got all these hearings all at once. Literally the day before the inauguration because the republican controlled senate just chose not to get their act together to move on. Move on biden's nominations before now they had some very important recesses. Take among other things i swear. The senate didn't even come back from their latest vacation until today. Yeah no rush when you haven't held confirmation hearings for anyone before today feel free to take a few more days off so biden is having to take off with an empty cabinet with literally. No cabinet secretaries confirmed including in critical national security positions which is totally unprecedented. on president. obama took office in two thousand nine seven of his cabinet. Secretaries were confirmed. By the end of inauguration day. many of president trump's cabinet picks face more opposition in the senate but even he took office with his defense secretary in his homeland security secretary in place. This time though. Barring some kind of senate miracle joe biden will have no one in. His entire cabinet confirmed on his first day including in the major national security positions and bad news. Good news on that front. The bad news is the obvious. The bad news is that that means president biden is going to start with a whole bunch of acting temporary. Fill in cabinet secretaries instead of full blown senate confirmed cabinet secretaries of his choosing which will just make it that much harder for the new president to hit the ground running and that's true in terms of policy matters that's also true in terms of national security. It's worrying for all the obvious reasons. That's the bad news but the good news is that the trump administration has been so profoundly dysfunctional for four whole years that we're actually starting used to that now. We're actually sort of used to having only acting stand in non-confirmed secretaries at all the most important jobs in the cabin and that's not something that the republican controlled senate screwed up for trump despite him doing it the right way. That's just the way he ran the government. I mean thanks to republican senator josh hawley slowing down the process and the homeland security committee. Joe biden is going to have to settle for an acting homeland security secretary for at least a few days but the united states has already had nothing but the homeland security secretaries for like two years under donald trump the longest they can see in the presidential cabinet ever because donald trump could just never get it together to have real nominees who got really confirmed by the senate and who held their job with all the attendant powers so maybe four years and terrible governance. Maybe we are better at running government poorly in that way there was would have been before this four year experiment and terrible governance. That is now coming to a clicks.
House Lawmakers Open Investigation Into Capitol Attack
"This month's attack on the U. S Capitol and a letter to the heads of the leading intelligence agencies. Lawmakers ask for any information that could help them understand whether warning signs were missed. NPR's Matthew Schwartz has more lawmakers want to know who in the intelligence community knew about the threats of violence and whether that information was shared with the right people. Capitol Police have said they were unprepared for the ferocity of the attack, which left one of its officers dead. The letter. States. Security and logistical preparations were not consistent with the prospect of serious and widespread violence. It was signed by the heads of the intelligence, judiciary Oversight and Homeland Security committees. Lawmakers are also trying to suss out any potential collaborators within the government itself. They've asked for any intelligence about people with security clearances who might have participated in the insurrection. Matthew Schwartz. NPR NEWS Washington
House Lawmakers Open Investigation Into Capitol Attack
"Have opened an investigation to this month's attack on the U. S. Capitol. In a letter to the heads of the leading intelligence agencies today, lawmakers asked for any information that could help them understand whether warning signs were missed. NPR's Matthew Schwartz has more lawmakers want to know who in the intelligence community knew about the threats of violence and whether that information was shared with the right people. Capitol Police have said they were unprepared for the ferocity of the attack, which left one of its officers dead. The letter. States. Security and logistical preparations were not consistent with the prospect of serious and widespread violence. It was signed by the heads of the intelligence, judiciary Oversight and Homeland Security committees. Lawmakers are also trying to suss out any potential collaborators within the government itself. They've asked for any intelligence about people with security clearances who might have participated in the insurrection.
Massive U.S. hack one of 'greatest intelligence failures of modern times'
"We're following breaking news on the largest hack on the us government by a foreign adversary ever and their silence from the president. Politico was first reported. Nuclear weapons agency was reached a cyber attack. Russia is believed to have targeted multiple. Us government agencies including the pentagon security and treasury as well experts are saying the hack started six to nine months ago and the trump administration had no idea. It was happening the entire time. The new york times calling it among the greatest intelligence failures in modern times the greatest intelligence failures in modern times. Joining me now is center. Gary peters ranking member on the senate homeland. Security committee senator. Peter's thanks for joining us on this this is astounding to say the least. I have to say when this news broke over the weekend. It was shocking. The first question on my mouth was classified information they get a hold of. And then wow who knew it. Blew up to nine months of basically hacking our government systems. and now. we're learning this breaking news at a politico. The energy department national nuclear security administration have evidence that hackers accessed to their networks as part of an extensive espionage. What are you know about this that you can share a well. What i can say is that we still have to learn a lot more but to to your opening comments It's shocking. This is incredibly disturbing to have such a sophisticated breach that impacted so much of the federal government. The fact that they could get into these systems and be there for a long period of time It's gonna take some time to get a sense of what What is the extent of the what the information did they gather a. What was their intent that we have to get to the bottom of this and we have to do it too quickly because of Of what is at stake here. I know that there's different levels of classification of documents when it comes to the government Do we have any idea what level of classification to reach the we. I don't want to comment on that and we're still learning more about that. This is still this is again. This is a very sophisticated breach. This is the type of breach where cyber professionals Wake up in the middle of the night and are very worried. I can tell you that and we just have to get a better sense of exactly what happened. In part of part of the the action right now is so which is part of the department of homeland security which i am the ranking member of the committee that oversees They've got a directive out now to try to to stop any other attacks on the system so it's important for all of the government agencies to engaged in those activities and then basically them we have to set our threat hunters out. These are teams that will go out and get into these systems to get a sense If they're still a bad guys in there and get them out and then try to assess exactly what they did. So that's that's the process. That's going on right now on the being undertaken in an aggressive fashion. I mean at this point though. Do they even know what they're looking for. Considering the fact that these hackers were able to find a loophole in breach government documents How do they stop something. That they don't even know what they're looking for what it looks like well. It was discovered so they know what it looks like. They do have a directive To stop access bet which they're hoping that implements. So so that's being done and then we do the threat hunting. So we there. That's i was discovered And that once you know it's there then you've gotta look for it in other places. Which is what's happening right now. That it is fairly widespread does throughout the end. Perhaps not just federal government. We're also looking at the independent or private companies as well. This could be in the private sector. This was clearly a massive effort. It was very well orchestrated heavily resource and a true wakeup call do the vulnerabilities we have on our systems. We have to do a whole lot more to protect the systems. And i'll just say that in addition to protecting systems as important as that is we also have to have offensive capability and we have to punish folks who are engaged in this activity and once we know for sure who's behind it We need to let these folks know that this will not be tolerated and there will be consequences.
U.S. cybersecurity agency warns of "grave" threat from massive hack
"Today about the the recently recently discovered discovered hack hack into into the the U. U. S S government. government. It It has has impacted impacted multiple multiple departments, departments, including including the the Pentagon, Pentagon, Homeland Homeland Security Security and and the the National National Institutes Institutes of of Health. Health. The The U. S Cyber Security Agency says today. The hack poses what it calls a grave threat to all levels of government and even the private sector amid this period of presidential transition, and, of course, the ongoing pandemic. Let's learn more with w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green How you JJ. There's word today that a string of very serious investigations are getting underway. What are these investigations and what are they looking for? Yeah. Hi, Sean and Hillary. How are you Today? There are several congressional investigations one from the Homeland Security Committee. The oversight committee is investigating. The FBI is investigating this incoming president Joe Biden has set up a team on this. All of the agencies that were impacted have been setting up investigations into this. So what are they looking for? They're trying to figure out where they're started when it started. Who knew what What was done where it stands now, in the key questions right now is who did it and how they managed to get into US systems. This is a massive, massively important situation. Right now. It's hard is Tom Bossert, the former homeland security adviser for president, Trump says It's hard to overstate this is the significance of this situation. Well, okay, it's hard to overstate it. So characterized just how damaging these breaches are. Several prominent experts have said this is one or among the greatest intelligence failures in modern times, and that includes 9 11. This is an incredibly dangerous situation and why? Because it's still underway. This cyber attack is still happening. The Attackers got into the systems of more than a half dozen agencies, and that number is sure to go up. Nine months ago, perhaps, and we just found out about it nine days ago, and if it hadn't been for fire I coming forward. Perhaps we may not know about it now. So this is where we are with that. Change, eh? Why did it take so long for the government or for the company for that matter to figure this out, people that launched this and it's believed to be the SPR, the Russian equivalent of the CIA were clever enough to get around that multibillion dollar system called Einstein that the U. S. Has to prevent or at least to detect. Situations and in organizations and efforts like this, they were able to craft it so that basically they slipped in. We didn't know about it. And a part of the reason for that is all of that. This is all of the disinformation. All of the chaos that's been going on in the country regarding covert 19 and the election and other things. We were focused on all of those other things, and this is believed to be how they managed to slip in final 30. Seconds here what is being done right now, to contain all this. There's a big effort underway. The solar Wenzel Ryan software, which was the vehicle through which this malware got into all of these systems, was ordered shut down on Monday, sister says. It's a grave situation. It's going to take a long time to fix and they say It's not going to be easy at all, because a part of it is figuring out where the end of this thing is stopping it before they can start to apply. The bandage is Hey, JJ. Thanks so
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The election is over, but Ron Johnson keeps promoting false claims of fraud
"Homeland Security Committee is holding a hearing today on what its chairman says Our reports of election fraud. No widespread fraud has been substantiated despite President Trump's false claims of it. Republican Committee chairman Ron Johnson of Wisconsin says people still don't trust the election results. But even the courts have handed down decisions and electoral coral colleges awarded Joe Biden 306 electoral votes. A large percentage of American public does not believe the November luxuries. Also legitimate. Democrats on the committee are calling the former head of cyber security efforts for the federal government to testify. Christopher Krebs said there was no election fraud and that this election was the most secure in American history. After he contradicted the president Trump fired him.
2020 election "most secure in history," security officials say
"Election Security Committee made up of state election officials and federal cyber security officials says last week's election was the most secure in the nation's history. Members of an executive committee of top state and federal election officials say in a statement they found no evidence of lost, compromised or altered votes in last week's election. The committee members also reject claims made by President Trump and his supporters of widespread fraud. The committee is made up of top level officials within the Cyber Security Infrastructure Security Agency, which was set up by President Trump two years ago. Various secretaries of state and election officials, They add states with close races now have paper records of each vote, allowing the recount of each ballot. Tim McGuire, Washington
What's the deal in Kyrgyzstan?
"The being few short remains for foreign observers of a given event to be clown themselves than by drawing convenient comparisons we should probably banish any suggestion that what is happening in Kingston has anything much in common with what has been happening in Belarus. There are granted superficial similarities, lodge crowds of citizens who aren't buying the result of a recent election and amount of violence between protesters and police but recent events in Belarus are actually pretty straightforward overstaying tyrant Riggs won election to many demonstrations and the present standoff ensue. Kingston. Is some several layers more complicated and seems poised for a more decisive and dramatic? K. Gaston voted in parliamentary election on Sunday. This was not necessarily predestined to be a Hollow Mockery K. Gaston previous parliamentary election in two thousand fifteen pretty decent reviews from international observers on Freeness and fairness fronts certainly by the generally would be gone standards of Central Asia. This is was different not least because this really doesn't happen. Often the governing party didn't turn up Kingston Social Democratic. Party was stunned by loyalties divided between Kingston's current President Surin by Jeenbekov and he's predecessor Almaz atom by of the two former have fallen out badly in recent years to the extent that last August automobile was arrested and this past June sentenced to eleven years in the clink on corruption charges. As of Monday morning Adam Beyer was a man thanks to the crowds which stormed the National Security Committee building in Bishkek with the former president was being held former Prime Minister John Toro Sati Baldev also on the hook on corruption charges will sprung in similar circumstances. According to official results only four parties of the sixteen contested Sunday's election past the threshold of seven percent necessary to take seats in Kigali stands parliament the Supreme Council three of these parties protesters could not help but notice enjoyed the favour of president. Jeenbekov, who was widely believed to have had his thumb on the scales protests on Monday morning started small and peaceful grew larger and Rowdier, and by Monday evening had taken the parliament building set bits of it on fire and set about redecorating the surrounding streets with ransacked documents. Giga Stan does have an amount of foam for this sort of thing in two thousand and five mass protests which eventually became known as the Tulip Revolution. Forced President Askar Akayev from office. He is now a mathematics professor at Moscow State University in two thousand and ten his successor. Kurmanbek Bakiyev also skipped the country with an angry mob at his heels he was lost heard of. In Minsk begin with breaking news in Kirghistan, the prime minister has resigned. Vert list of is leaders overthrown by popular acclaim. Now appears to have been joined by Prime Minister Cutback Borakove who resigned after the positive results of Sunday's election were annulled by electoral authorities nominated. Piece, in the country and stability in society is more important than any politicians mandates. Suggests that the central. Election Committee thoroughly investigate any violations during the election process. That's a no the result if necessary. I asked political leaders to calm the voters and ask them to take part in gathering. As, this explainer went to wear President Jeenbekov precise whereabouts on certain was also making these sort of statements of willingness to pass power along to responsible new leaders. That one issues is one shovels, the contents of the state treasury into one's Portman toes and frantically oldest one's pilot to fire up the engines and seek clearance for landing in some capital. Four, it's interesting extradition treaties. Possibly significantly President Jeenbekov found the time earlier today to convey birthday greetings to President Vladimir. Putin of Russia volunteering ernest appreciation of Putin's it says here, great contribution and constant attention to the consistent expansion and development of cages Russian multifaceted ties. Custodians Parliament has installed a new prime minister Saadia drop her off another politician who was in prison time last week, it very much remains to be seen how long he'll lost with the parliament buildings still occupied by protesters. Mr Japan was appointed at an emergency meeting in Bishkek hotel, which he had to leave virus service entrance. Once his presence became public knowledge the crowd still filling the streets and squares of Bishkek seen Kina until I talked to Gassiev, a businessman who trades in your shaped greenhouses and is also a representative of a younger generation of caregivers politicians. He is claiming the mantle of the head of government. As to what happens next, it may become important that to external players in particular will be hoping that what happens next? Little as possible Russia maintains a military airbase account in Gaston north China which borders Kingston to the south is a major trading partner. As, both will understand however, an as another cohort of caregivers politicians are presently learning the hard
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"Radio stations across the land joepags Dot Com facebook, twitter, instagram email. It's all right there plus the live video feed it's the Joe pags showed a heavier. Shung lady on from campus reform. Dot Org, website I, go to every day checking out the great young journalists over there on the site they do a great job. I believe putting the big media to shame. It's affiliate Jacobson Fill you how are you? Can Hurry thank you so much for having me on. It's an honor. It's an honor to have you on. Now her name is spelled affiliate with an e at the end. So let me spell it out give it and go find John Twitter. It's OPEC lie then Jacobson it's all it's all one word at a feel your Jacobson but it again there's e at. The end it's a French thing. We had a big discussion about it, but I'm glad to send people to your side either way. Thanks for coming by. So University of Florida I grew up in south Florida, more of a of a hurricane. Sorry and actually more of a seminal that I'm a gator said, are we mad at each other? Now? I mean, what's the story? I think I can hold it in for the next fifteen minutes tha. You could not not dump on me because it'd be great. Yeah. So what is life like in Gainesville? Now are you in? GAINESVILLE. Are you doing remotely or are you going to school which the story? Yeah so I'm super thankful to be back on campus for the fall semester I'm living in a dorm for the fall semester. All of my classes are online. So I spent a lot of time in the dorm just doing my classes through zoom on, it's very different. I get see my friends sometimes when we do hang out, we have to be wearing masks keeping the social distancing guidelines and the University of Florida actually announced that there on spending the guidelines. So every time we're on campus both indoors and outdoors we have to be wearing a mask and I know you can probably imagine and ninety degree weather that's not very pleasant doing but. It's the guidelines we have to follow it on confused by that you may not know the answer to this, but I thought that it was six to eight feet apart if you're not six to eight feet apart where a mask but now we're all masks and were six to eight feet apart I thought that they were a mutually exclusive either do one and don't get too close to people or you do the other one and wearing masks when you are but you're saying even if you're around campus, you have to have one. Yes and even when you go inside like when I go into the College of journalism and I'm working on video projects even there when we're six feet apart from other students and from our professors we have to be wearing a mask and it's very it's annoying at times because you know it's it's again it's hot outside and inside you want to be able to. Take off your mouth, but that's what the university put out. So we have to follow it. It is a failure Jacobson going follow on twitter again first and last name together and the at sign at the beginning instead of an a at the end put an ESPN I name. All right. Let's get into some of the stories that we're looking at here Margaret Sanger was. A raving lunatic racist. She believed that black people were weeds at our society. They should be weeded out she worked with black pastors and black community leaders in the black community to put these so-called clinics in those neighborhoods to get rid of unborn black children. That's the truth she met with the KKK we know that. So did you go out and do this video yourself this youtube video that we're GonNa talk about and if you did, what was it that you pose to the people that were talking to? Yes I really wanted to get a feel as to how much students really knew about planned parenthood because as we all know these younger generation, they really like to support planned parenthood the way I phrased it. I I started off by asking if they support the cancel culture movement. So removing racist statues monuments in organizations that may have racist past and a lot of people said that they did. So you know that gave me a little bit of POWs like, okay. Maybe these students will be able to cancel Margaret Sanger for what she said as. The founder of planned parenthood, but that was not the case. So I told them to quote we do not want to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population that's been reported on Multiple Times that she said that and before he been telling them who said that they all agreed it was racist ause eating the person shouldn't be the founder of organization. But then when I told them, it was Margaret Sanger they automatically switched their viewpoint. There were still willing to support her They still thought that planned parenthood was an inclusive organization Stood for lives I had one girl told me that planned parenthood stands for lives which I thought was very ironic. It isn't inclusive organization they will aboard any baby. So I'm very very confused by that. So you gave them the quote did you ask them who they thought said it before you told them. I did I actually asked one girl and she said, she thought President Trump's the coach said she wouldn't be surprised if president trump said it because he was racist on again I asked her do you have any quotes of how she's out how president trump is racist? said, it's Margaret Sanger every single person said well I guess it's okay. Yeah I mean they're surprised. So a lot of students didn't really know about the quote but that at the end of the day it should we be funny an organization that their founders said this quote and they all said Yes would still support the organization while get to campus from Dot Org. NO CHECK OUT THAT VIDEO I've done by affiliate Jacobson that's amazing to me that people will. What's the word contorted, their bodies, the contorted their minds just to say well, but it's Biden. So I gotta like it. It's Hillary I gotta like it. It's planned parenthood I gotta like it. startles me other than the fact that they just didn't say Oh my God that traces she's racist horrible person they still the one person thought it stood for lives. Weight is planned parenthood stand for lives. I also, and she said that she had a great. Experience With planned, parenthood obviously didn't ask about their personal experience but you know she did say that they stood for lives not an inclusive or. On an even when I presented them with this statistic that the abortion rate for black woman is five times higher than that of white woman. So not only is it racist in their history, but the ongoing reality of planned parenthood is racist and what they perform in what they do for women. They so willing to accept that it was a racist organization from Caves Reform Dot Org. It's affiliate. Jacobson. Make sure you check it all the great articles over there. Let's get to another one. I. Saw this this was on a zoom call right what happens as you've got professors that even high school teachers and Middle School Teachers Elementary School teachers all sort of conducting class where it can be recorded where it can be seen where we actually now are inside the class and we know what garbage spewing or the good job that they're doing conversely. So what did this professor say in which the result? Yeah so this was a professor Marshall University in West Virginia and she was caught on tape saying that she hopes that trump supporters died before the election. Now, this is a biology professor at least was because thankfully the school took action and she's actually being put on administrative leave and they're conducting investigation. But in the first place, I'm not a science major on studying journalism. So you know I'm not in science class by did take biology in high school and if I, remember correctly I don't really remember learning anything about. Politics or elections in a biology class. So my first question is why was even being brought up in the first place? I'm an advocate for I for the first. Amendment for a right to freedom of speech. But this crosses the line I mean wishing death upon a group of people just because you know they support a candidate that may that you may not agree with it just drawing the line at sending a horrible message, our students in universities somebody who should be getting paid by taxpayers dollars was this a public university? I believe. So yes and know students are paying thousands of dollars each year to go to these universities and we're trusting these professors to give us higher education. This is the kind of education were receiving. I'm honestly not surprised that students are coming out more liberal when he graduate college in before it is biology affiliate because if people die, that's their body and that's science hasn't it? I don't know. What I do it is affiliate. Jacobson going follow her on twitter at affiliate opiate e e. Jacobson, and she's also a campus reform dot org. Let's talk about this the soaring crime and I'm sorry the students want to do to give us. So they want to basically abolished campus police department and they sent seven days. I guess. So that's what they believe. They said seven days you banging drums, shining flashlights at their robos. About you I barely have time to go to the grocery store in a week. So I don't know where these students are finding time to protest for seven days straight where they're protesting the campus fleece. Their listed demands include you know full disclosure of the police's budget then cutting up by fifty percent, and then with the money that is cut their budget, they actually want to donate that to minorities in studies at the university and they want to abolish the Campus Police.
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"Revenue Stations across the Land Joepags, Dot Com facebook, twitter, instagram email. It's all right there plus the live video feed. It's the JOE PAGS show. Glad to have you along for the ride. Really glad to have this guy back. It's the former da of bear county Texas. Be Say Arnold. Say Belk Sards Bear, and if we're San Antonio Texas is also a personal friend of Mine Nikola how are. It's always good to see my friend. All right. There's a lot going on man and I want to get to George Soros and how just saying that name made people freak out on Fox, news of all places the other day but I want to do that secondarily the top story that people are following right now of course, the writing that's happened to Louisville, and of course, opportunists a writing in New York and the writing Atlanta writing anywhere they can because this is some sort of a free ticket to go in riot and and and caused vandalism but let's let's break down the case as A. Former da you're an attorney I I wonder how you have handled this. Let me lay out what I know and tell me if I've got any of it wrong from what you know and if be there should have been any charges at all. So you've got a woman who's been surveilled investigated for a long time by the local police, their Louisville not an EMT has been reported not asleep in her bed when she was killed a lot of what's being reported as false her name was on the search warrant they wanted to search her residence even though the other guy was going to be there. So they. Go there twelve thirty three at night. They haven't no knock warrant which they're allowed to get, which means you just barge in break the door down and go and go you know detain her as you search the premises but even do that they decided to knock they decided to announce a an independent witness I heard them say police I heard them knocking the guy inside against gets dressed gets out of bed they're both of the Hallway When the police do breach because they won't open the door and when they breached the door and the guy takes centers nine shoots a cop on the leg and then thirty, some odd shots are fired by police. She ends up dead. The guy is unscathed oddly which is strange to me but as far as what you know. If she's named on the search warrant. If a search warrant has gotten because the probable cause it is if they go there and actually knock it announced and then when they finally breached the door they get shot out, is it a problem to shoot back Bacau now when you think about the reasonable belief of apparent dangerous an imminent that Is The standard for the use of self defense use of deadly force whatever that you have to use and you can match the force being used against you. If someone's yelling at you, you can't punish them if someone punches you, you can't necessarily stabbed them or shoot them and you understand my example. Situation objectively forget about the emotions yet. Objectively, you have a search warrant that obviously was supported by probable cause by an independent magistrate to give the officers the legal authority be there. So they're not just randomly going around hunting people down there. Legally they have no not warrant. It started in with the drug wars where they were trying to avoid people suspects from getting rid of the evidence they're looking for and then over the years. Fairly enough many officers not all over used them. Okay. Are the exception not the rule but in this situation, they had a no knock warrant. They didn't execute him not worn from all the testimony from even the gentleman inside leaves me Walker. He heard something he got dressed he had time to grab his gun laws. Things were happening. They were announcing outside they finally made breach in in the in the house and he shot and they shot back I mean this is a use of deadly force that matches the force they can be used. What people don't understand is that you're allowed to use deadly force if you're allowed to shoot, there's no requirement. At least in Texas for sure many states that you can only shoot once back, you can use whatever force needed to stop the threat and when you have multiple officers, you're gonNA find yourself in a very unfortunate situation like that, and that would seems to happen here. I also considered equal hood, a gun expert or or a firearms expert. You got plenty of them you and I trained together in firearms I'm wondering. Can you peace in your mind either on aspect or as an attorney or as a former da why it is the guy who shooting doesn't get shot only she gets shot Mike. My question is this is he hiding behind her we have can you put it peacebuilding your mind at all y. she's dead and he's fine in the scenarios that I've seen judge Oh you can imagine I've seen all kinds of scenarios. Where somebody should've been whatever fill in the blank and the other person shouldn't have whatever fill in the blank and go awry? Who knows that scenario that many rounds being shot and where they were how the house setup was I'd have to look at so much evidence of what happened that night and where people's positioning were how close almost got shot who knows but it is odd that is definitely not the norm. Equal Hood. Go to the website Lahood Norton. Dot. com. That's the law office. He's the former Da Bear County Texas as a da you dealt with misinformation a lot in fact, the local media that sucks when after the paper media specifically that sucks few a allot and it was unfair do you have to spend any time if somebody who holds office that elected office dispelling misinformation that's out there a and I I bring That up because this case, the Lai is that she was at Mt. she hadn't been for three years the lion she was asleep in her bed when she was shot and killed that's not true. The lies that they went to the wrong address. That's not true. Her address was on the warrant. In fact, she was the subject of the search worn on purpose because they felt she had strong connections to drug dealing in the area. So right. So all of that misinformation is out there and it's still being today by Benjamin crump the family's lawyer who got him twelve million dollars. So now he's still pushing up this information today in that elected office. How much time do you have to spend on that and how much of a hindrance was that you doing your job? It was a hindrance I spend time doing it because I felt as a public servant and my responsibility my employers were the citizens of bear county that they ordered. I had an obligation to answer to people and Cunene, my reputation, and when those using air quotes very loosely journalism, they would lie about. I wanted to defend myself people told me don't pick a fight with people that by eight by the barrel. Well, I'm not picking a fight with them, defending myself and so I go right to defend myself and I did. But yes, unfortunately, that is something that takes away from an elected official job and some people say ignore it. I didn't think you should ignore it because in my humble opinion joke that if ally goes unchecked, it becomes the. Truth and that's the way it is the truth on social media right now, there are people who are literally shooting cops in Louisville or hitting the at bats because they believe the lies that are being pushed by an attorney give him on. This is the same attorney who is the attorney for the family of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri who said the guy was on his knees his hands up saying don't shoot as he was executed Eric holder. Found out that just wasn't true. In fact, the COP was shooting in self defense and this guy wrestled for his gun in his police car. So the lies a guessing it's because these guys are profiteer the Liser to fill his pockets at his conference in his bank account and I guess we don't care about the the the collateral damage is that what it is like the moral compasses issue and again, I, don't know the man himself all I can do as judge him by his fruit scripture says, how do you three bites brute our behaviors reflection of our mindset in the way we believe. Our philosophy ideology. That's why I look at behavioral your behaviors who you are, but it's a reflection of how you believe in what you believe and so I don't know why he does what he does my top. If you ever try to figure out why people do anything you go crazy all I know is I look at the facts. The facts don't care about your feelings. Facts are not emotional the facts truth and the truth. If you don't like gravity jump off a building, gravity doesn't care. The truth is the truth and on the way down acute tweet gravity is unreal admitted it will save me. If your your focus you made. Up You're probably pretty good. Over. How do you? How do you make misinformation believable you a little bit of truth out of context machine antique she was was she in a bed prior to her alluding her life at blue she was at the time and so you have these truths out of context. They give you passionate in what you're saying and so I don't know what this guy's motivation are. I think it is safe to say that it is money driven. I think that's safe. I won't say that for sure until I know that myself it's unfortunate I. think it puts a stain on the profession that I love think he's an honorable profession even those a lot of non honorable people that are in. The Hood Lahood Dot Norton Dot Com LaHood dot com. The law office. So let's get into George Soros your no longer the DA. In Bear County because of George Soros I can say that because his factual recently Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the house was on. Fox News Channel is some sort of a round table. He was on skype or something like we're doing and he brings up the named George Soros. What's happening in the country's George Soros who's buying DA's offices he Is Buying the office of the top COP, the top law enforcement official in these counties in these cities in states. That's a known fact in Saint Louis, they did it here in San Antonio. They did it in parts of California they've done it. We could probably name ten where he's done this in your race he injected almost a million dollars of primary you. You are a conservative Democrat I feel strongly conservative conservative and you've probably run as a Republican. You've told me that if you ran again. But you're a conservative Democrat doing a great job and your primary by very far left wing radical liberal. I don't think prostitution and marijuana or crimes. Da Guy.
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Let me ask you something carrick. Would you try one week just? I'm not gonNA do that imagine. then. What would you got my shirt on? I got the button. No I'm not going. Over there. No. Big. How do you stand up that button on now button go way hundred pounds proud of the button. We'll get your husband, the Mary what do you think she keep on? Because now I'm still going her NASDAQ. Threes what you're saying you're over three. I'm just asking for a comment. And you're over three. S The games that I I've attended. Just. Ask Okay. Thank you. Wound up there. Okay. Eight, eight, nine, four, one, PAG JOEPAGS DOT com, she's not going to. Take calls an God. Forbid people go nuts a couple of things. We've got Nikola who'd on the program today's a former. District Attorney in Bear County Texas where San Antonio is talking about the a tiller case and more importantly possibly because Newt Gingrich squelch the day when he dared say George. Soros his name on on Fox News. Nico is primary by another Democrat. He's a conservative Democrat this guy premiums a radical left-wing just Jones solace a horrible da who's now in the office he was primary with money from George Soros Soros injected I. thought it was almost a million. Nikos has over a million dollars just to win this DA's office like he didn't say Lewis hasn't several in California there are several. District Attorney's offices where the prosecutor's offices going to people supported by George Soros. These are light on crime easy on crime people that'll think prostitution's Ryan don't think they drug use as a crime and If you see a lot of no bail arrests that are happening in New, York, city Chicago and California where they're arresting people for an Oregon and Washington the rest in Cuba for violence for mayhem for vandalism and letting them go with no bail, and then the prosecutor was a two or three hundred people the prosecutor out west somewhere safe atmosphere. I'm GonNa Prosecutor, which could charges. That's who you're getting an office. So get that straight scoop not afraid to say George Soros as Dan on this show, and we'll get the the straight scoop by somebody who is a victim of all that money being injected to beat him. So we've got that at the bottom of this hour bottom of hour number two. It'll be my part four of Michael. Franzie's the former mob guy who's redeemed himself as a born again Christian and then our three it'll be campus reform. We've got a busy busy program today we're not necessarily on I understand. Good. People. You're out there Jinxing. The game but crews on yesterday. What. Skin and Why do you think that it's probably going to sound from him about how you should go to your son? You do not no. No. I'm never gonNA. Talk about this anymore. Sure every single time jinx days off done. Well the requirement is the give and take is you have to talk about it. All Right, fine. Next. You on the show yesterday I think I, did this one yesterday this is what you had to say yesterday Sean Pretty. Sure. Did that come on man? You can smell it. Is going to protect you ugly. You're right about this. You're always right. It's true pain in the ass here for you buddy. So you go. On the program yesterday with you like it or not about the show but you're on facebook the entire show probably uploading pictures. That you were helping to be defeated. For one pags. So a lot of stuff to get tonight citizen-soldier there's a lot of. Hurts. These stories you've got one from Kroger does it makes your face hurt so in other words, you must change who you are as a person if you wanna work at Kroger's what you're telling me. Well let me read you the story filming from the blaze. The federal equal. Employment. Opportunity Commission filed a Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Against Supermarket Chain Kroger on behalf to the store fired them. After they refused to aprons that included an lgbtq symbol ABC News reported at the lawsuit claims ex-workers, Brenda, Lawson, and trudy records said the company implemented a policy in April two thousand eighteen that required employees to wear an apron that included a rainbow heart, which they say endorses lgbtq values that it works. At the women claimed wearing simple violate their religious beliefs that the even trying to offer alternatives news said citing the lawsuit Lawson, who is seventy two at the time said she offered to wear the apron with her name tag covering the emblem but the Conway Arkansas store allegedly refused the network said I'm requesting a reasonable accommodation of dress code with regard to my religious beliefs she wrote in a letter requesting religious accommodations ABC News said citing the lawsuit I'm simply asking for my name badge. Logo A to was fifty seven at the time said she offered to where different apron without the emblem instant explaining why she felt she could not comply with the policy. The network reported I had a sincerely held religious belief. I cannot wear a symbol that promotes or endorses something that is in violation and my religious faith she wrote in the letter. ABC. News said I. respect others who have a different opinion and? Happy to work alongside others who desire to wear the symbol. I'm happy to buy another apron to ensure there is no financial hardship on Kroger Kroger. The country's largest supermarket chain allegedly denied both requests et retaliated against the women by disciplining them and ultimately firing them. The network reported ABC News said Theresa Dickerson a Kroger Communication Representative at declined networks request for comment and cited a standard against speaking publicly on pending, litigation. Okay. So let's take the ladies at their word and let's while we say that. Let's also add the fact that Kroger hasn't commented. Maybe they'll be a legitimate reason why people had to wear a rainbow heart. Let's pretend. There's some legitimate reason why at the same time we take though and then at their word. So there are two sides of the story. Kroger is not giving it side, which is actually Kinda dumb because in this day and age, the Court of public opinion is really the one that keeps the story I ran a Taylor you've got so many lies out there about that story that people literally believe him. So let's talk about this you go to work. And the boss says. All right. We're going to change her aprons. We've got this. Heart logo now, which is a rainbow heart we want to share the rain. -clusive. On the were tolerant. So it should wear the heart logo on your. Apron. Couple of Christian women say listen. My religious belief is that that's a sin on promote something that we see is a sin and like two billion people on Earth thinkers ascend even more than that of you hadn't Muslims to about three and a half billion people. So, we'd rather not for religious reasons and Kroger says, no, you have to aware it but I'm GonNa put my name tag over it. So not promoting it and Kroger says, well, no, you have to wear it. You have to display it, and then because of their complaints they say they were fired. Right Kerry needed. K. Kroger is completely wrong. Here is completely all wet here and cannot force you to. It would be like saying if you work here, you have to wear black lives matter on your on your. Shirt your uniform whatever angle to Villanueva. The player from the for the steelers who did not want to wear that guy's name on his helmet or on his shirt. And he covered it up with the name of somebody who died fighting for freedom and liberty in war. That was his right to do so and he wasn't fired from the steelers. He wasn't reprimanded from what? I understand. The Court of public opinion gave me a hard time. But so what? At the end of the day, if it doesn't align with your belief system, your employer cannot make you change your beliefs. Now, going in see here's the rub if you're going in and he said work at Kroger and Kroger says, okay, you have to wear a rainbow heart g you accept that stipulation now you have the right to say, yes, I'll work annoy won't have you accept the dress code then you will I'm I'm positive since this is something new that that was not the dress code that they accepted when they accepted the job at. Kroger, you can't change policy and make it infringe upon somebody's religious freedoms. After the fact, you can't do it. So crawl went on this when they're gonNA lose badly and these women will get their back pain get their jobs back or whatever. If the law is what I think it is according to the constitution, your thoughts eighty, eight, nine, four, one pags,.
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"This should have been a few days and it's mad amounted to be a few weeks so, but that exchange that I made was run to our schedule, run to our transportation schedules all week will get a billion at least a billion dollars a savings out of that morning. And this is the key connectivity to improving our service. Once we get all the mail on that, on those trumps and 97 98% of the male that we move around the country will be getting to its destination point on time. That was not the case was significant, substantially less than that. We tried to my rival, those two changes. Comittee that I've that I've makes inside since I've been here, Postmaster General that was to joy transfer general. I think you should be commended for this type of initiative not condemned center Peter's Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, at there's virtual hearing, now the ranking Democrat Thank you, Mr Chairman and Mr Join again. Thank you for being here today and I just want to start off before asking some questions is making it very clear that the men and women who worked at the Postal Service who check in every day to do their jobs, do it with professionalism with integrity and a passion to move. The male is quickly and as efficiently as possible, But I think of the postal workers, the mail handlers, the letter carriers. They're doing a great job. They're clearly essential workers each and every day. But as we've been going through this issue, and I've talked to many off those folks across my state, they have grown increasingly frustrated with some of the recent policies that have come in place, which they say there's nothing that they've seen in the past. And they believe that male has been piling up in ways that shouldn't on DH. It needs to be addressed. But these air management changes their policy changes. It's not the men and women who are on the front line. Doing this this work every day. So like my question, our postmaster General Choi, you have already heard being my opening comments, talking about the fact that I've received over 7500 complaints from folks all across Michigan, but really across the country, folks of scent in their concerns to me earlier in my opening statement, I shares and stories of hardships so from folks both Macbeth and Mary, they're They're challenges in Michigan. So and I think I heard this in the last answer you, you acknowledge. That some of the changes that were put in place have delayed the mail and with with a delay in male people can sometimes be heard. First of all, I do recognize thie quality capability of the American postal worker. That's one of the reasons that I'm here. I tze to help a CZ well as got to the Postal Service is the world serving American American. The public. Yes, sir. I do recognize that some of these has been to changes the organizational changes that no, I don't believe has any impact on what we've done. The transportations change. Get compliance with us again. Let me just jump. I don't mean to cut you out. But I'll get into those issues because I want you to elaborate a little bit further. But you were there have been delays. You'll recognize that it's clear what we're saying. Mail's been laid and I've spent over Onthe asking you to provide some documentation and of my oversight function here in this committee to how you made these decisions. What kind of analysis What sort of data was put in place And for that and how that information impact and some of the changes you have. Your staff has repeatedly not answered those questions. And so certainly that transparency I think is is unacceptable. What I have uncovered, though, from what little data is made public by the Postal Service is on time mail delivery. I have my chart as well here, too, which is from the Eastern Division. This is what you give to your to your business customers. And if you look at this line here, if it's probably hard to see, but there is a red line of which you can see dipping dramatically. There's a flat line along the top of the chart. Then it drops around July 11th You start seeing the drama of July 18th and falls dramatically..
"security committee" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Senate Homeland Security Committee probing the origins of the FBI. Russia probe facing criticism for not holding any hearings yet, but committee chair Republican Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson. Telling Fox is the story with Martha MacCallum. It was important to obtain documents before we bring witnesses and testify until you look at the testimony. Rod Rosenstein and Sally Yates mean what was really accomplish out of that because they're pretty slippery. They don't recall things, so you really need the documents so you can really question these folks in a deposition. Democratsclaim committee's investigation is politically motivated Airbnb for the first time taking legal action against a guest for violating a ban on parties following Unauthorized party at a rental of the Sacramento area will last weekend That left three people shot company seeking monetary damages from the guest and blocking them from using the site. Because the evidence against them is essentially the same. Minnesota's attorney general Keith Ellison, asking the court to combine the trials of the four Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death officer, Derek Sheldon, is charged with murdering Floyd the others with aiding and abetting him. We're not stopping show Vin from kneeling on Floyd's neck until he passed out, had died. Sheriff's deputies in L. A. We'll soon be wearing body cameras, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says. Finally, they have struck a deal with a company called Exxon to spend $25 million over five years on 5200 body worn cameras. The first of the cameras will go on to sheriff's personnel at five patrol stations by October 1st, it has a recall. I think that in one minute We programmed for for one minute so it can recall back one minute you won't get the audio, but you'll get to the video. One minute backwards from the time you hit the button, you know, Eva says every deputy is required to store the video at the end of their shift. The iCloud Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News, Jack Hello, This.
"security committee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"See Spain. Radio of the House Homeland Security Committee hearing testimony from FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor. We joined that hearing in Progress Homeland Security Committee is chaired by Benny Thompson of Mississippi. And Dr Shaw of Harris County Public Hill in Texas all say that inconsistent messaging is severely hurting our ability to respond to this crisis. Does it help FEMA's response effort when the president people say's things about the Corona virus that are not accurate searches he did Sunday when he claimed that the Corona virus is going to disappear? It's so you know, my role and administration is to make sure that I focus on leading federal operational coordination, making sure that all the things we need to overcome Coburn, 19. Whether it's rising cases, hospitalizations need a staff pp. Pharmaceuticals beds. My role was make sure that every Requests from every governor from every mayor for maybe tribal chief is fulfilled to the best of our ability based on what we have. That is, that is my role in fighting Kogan, 19. Thank you. But consistent message in. All the experts say is important. If we're going to get through this and get over this, let me actually this has FEMA ever been directed by anyone at the White House to procure supplies from Minnesota. Oh, sure what I want. Put on on the screen. Ah ah contract that between FEMA and a contract that female provided us a born requests and the acumen procurement of in 95 model our P 8801 A and R p 880 20 Respirators it say's audit directed by the White House. Um and you all provided that To us. So what I want you to do if you can't explain it now, because part of the conversation we've been hearing is that agencies have been directed to do certain things. Ah, you Satan contractors and you say it haven't I have provided you with documents that you provided us and I just want you to go back and check your people. The Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson do that. You're not saying something that is not true from females. I'm absolutely confident that you said about not receiving direction from the White House is absolutely 100% true that document that we provided is really administrative note by one about contracting offices where we got many different inputs from where we could find supplies from covert 19 I received a two high 20.50 e mails a day from people trying to Offer me people where we could buy it all pushed into the system I receive phone calls from mayors have received phone calls from governors about Ah local producer had pp. I received information from the vice president and the task force what people would call them hospital say, Hey, I know Vour PPG provider and look into this. And so that's a reflection of this Where I where we got all sorts information from everyone. I get calls from senators and congressmen saying I have a person that produces people am I Please. Can you put that into the contract and Shayne? That is a reflection of just that thousands and thousands of unsalted requests from many different people around the country. Trying to be very helpful on it comes from all different directions. I the the gap between somebody offering a supplier, whether it's true or whether it's it's Ah, you don't have anything that is tryingto and the gap between us contracting. And I said it before is is why is the Grand Canyon FEMA administrator Peter Gaynor, But I want you to look at it that particular information and after you have get back to us and say it was exactly what I say it right, so I looked out. I tell you right now I'll save you the time. It's exactly why senators thankyou chair recognizes the ranking member of a full committee investigator for being here. Eras You know, hurricane season began June 1st and the chairman and I both represent states that are on the Gulf Coast hurricane season is a big deal for us. Is FEMA capable of managing Coben? 19 response in hurricane season simultaneously way are sore and I have I have stated publicly before. I don't think FEMA has been more ready than we are. Today. We have not only dealt with Cove in 19 response. The ongoing response. We have dealt with flooding in Michigan. We've done flooded dealt with earthquakes in Puerto Rico. We've dealt with tornadoes on DH. We are completely ready for the hurricane season early on after we would task by the president to provide Or begin or take over the lead for federal operation. Coordination, Way knew we would be in hurricane season. So we drafted a plan called the Covert 19 Pandemic Operation Guidance for the 2020 season. This was done and issued on May 20th. We did this in 21 days we took. We took all the lessons learned up to that time about how to integrate respond to covert 19 and hurricane season. This is actually you could Use this for any hazard. So whether it's wild fires of flooding, the lessons learned in this apply to all has is across the country. We want to make sure that jurisdictions look at their existing plans about evacuation and sheltering and apply the lessons that you need to apply that we've learned in covert 19. You need more time. You need more space. You need to do more cleaning all those kind of things you're gonna have to get out was a local mercy Mandra in a city and I was a stadium. The manager. You have to go through all those plans to make sure you update those. So you're ready for whether it's a hurricane or tornado or a wildfire. We provided some planning guidance across the nation made sure that not only the federal government is ready, but our partners locally executed state managing fairly supported. It's a team effort. It all has to work together. On course, we need our citizens to be ready for disasters. Also, so it's Ah it's all of us. All of community effort. Do you find those local partners being willing to participate in a cooperative manner with you and trying to prepare? So I missed the words or do you find it? Those local governments are willing are cooperative partners? Yes, right. We just came back from a road trip to the Gulf Coast. Last week. I spent significant amount of time in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, New Orleans, Mississippi, Gulf Port Mobile, Alabama, and check on local and state. Parents for the hurricane season and how they're doing on covert 19. Many if not all, of the mercy managed. I talked to include governors have taken these guides guidelines under consideration and are making and have made preparations for hurricane sees the measure that they're completely ready now for a hurricane But hurricane while responding over 19 the chairman was talking to you about Peopie in some of the shortages that we've expiry. Just you know, we we know that China has been a source of primary source of production of pp. And I think you're going to see our country move away from that in the future, but My understanding for your responses to the chairman's questions is you feel like that? We now have found alternative sources that are sufficient for this. This camp equipment going forward is accurate way. Like I said, before. We're in a much better place than we were coming out of March and April, however, Ware not out of the woods completely with Pee pee again. The majority people is made offshore. China, Malaysia, Vietnam and so one of our efforts early on with a supply chain control. Ah Stabilization force was the accelerate that people united states take preservation, medicine methods, Teo or measures to preserve people that we had and to increase industrialization. United States through the use of the TA. All those things have happened that continue to happen way of producing and 95 mass in the US To produce other items and through a partnership with a government. D'oh, D'oh, D'oh, d'oh delay and many other partners. We're working towards that, but it is not a light switch. It is more of a rheostat and we have some distance to travel. Right. Thank you, Mr Chairman. The chair now recognizes other members for questions they may wish to ask witnesses. Our recognize members. In order of seniority, alternating between majority and minority members joining the hearing V. Olympics are reminded to unused in sales when recognized for questions. And two mute themselves once they have finished speaking and to the extent practicable to leave their cameras own so they may be visible to the chair. The chair now recognizes related from Texas Miss Jackson Lee for five minutes and I thank you very much for this hearing, and I think the ranking member for his presence here We're such a catastrophic crisis in this nation that, however, were able to come together. Mr Chairman, I'm appreciative, very much. Ah, virtual and or in person. Americans are.
"security committee" Discussed on WTOP
"Security committee has called for secret service protection for the candidates WTOP's national security correspondent JJ green takes a look at how it actually works in order to get protection first the candidates have to request it they must write a letter an official letter to the secretary of DHS and ask for the protection DHS doesn't just offer the protection because of the optics involved there are several qualifications each candidate must meet are they publicly announced and have they filed with the federal elections commission are they actively campaigning on a national basis and he has a threat assessment indicating possible threats to them been done there's one more thing how well is the candidate polling also factors in JJ green WTOP news appeals judges at the international criminal court have given the green light for prosecutors to open an investigation that targets the Taliban Afghan forces and the US military and intelligence personnel for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity prosecutors had appealed after pre trial judges last year acknowledged that widespread crimes had been committed in Afghanistan but rejected an investigation the previous decision said a lack of cooperation would mean that convictions would be unlikely a man arrested and charged with being a police impersonator may have been motivated by road rage he's captain Tom Jordan says the man charged with being a police impersonator said he conducted a traffic stop on someone using a cell phone who cut him off he was upset and he used the flashing red and blue lights to pull somebody over and you know talk to him about it that on the inter county connector last month Jordan says the Rockville man was driving an orange two door sports car police want to hear from anyone experiencing something similar also if you're suspicious of someone claiming to be an officer.
"security committee" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"As the U._S. according to C._N._N.. Reporting is looking at possibly being more hawkish and tone towards Iran so you chaired the Homeland Security Committee you sit on the Foreign Relations Committee is the U._S. headed closer to war with Iran. I hope not but let's face it. Iran has been a malign influence the largest sponsor terrorists since its founding back in the late seventies cities you go down the list of the bombing or the spine. The Iraq war their involvement in Syria in Yemen that is why we were so opposed to the Iranian agreement because it pushed allowed hundreds ah more than one hundred billion dollars of of money to flow into the economy and the military of the largest state sponsor of terror and by the way as you see as they've increased their enrichment of uranium. It did nothing to stop their nuclear weapons program so again again. I think Iran is playing a very very dangerous. Game makes no sense of they'd go after the U._k.. I think they were trying to divide the U._S.. From from our allies they're just uniting us in hopefully standing up to Iran once and for all demanding they never have a nuclear weapon and to end their missile bullshit missile technology and their maligned sponsor of terrorism around the region around the world. Let's talk about the border you it's Homeland Security Chair. I know you have been working very hard to come up with a bipartisan partisan solution to the crisis there the humanitarian crisis and the whole crisis overall currently are you any closer to that as you're talking to your democratic colleagues behind the scenes I think we took a good step but it's just a a baby step in signing letter support for operation safe return where we rapidly and more accurately determined those families that clearly don't have even a credible fear claim and safely and I underline safely return those individuals..
"security committee" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Very much. Nobody saw that coming. Well. Yeah. I mean, it's I mean, it's the headline you're dealing with an unpredictable madman on the headline, by the way. Gang North Korean newspaper. So. So bizarre. It's like Disneyland missile season every year. They changed the haunted house for Halloween. Kind of unpacking all their nuclear arsenal. Again, put NAT up for the summer launching season. Here we go. Yeah. I mean, what a what a delicate high wire act. This is gonna be I just I'm I'm sitting here thinking we're going to wake up one day and hear about a couple of cruise missiles going to take out that complex. We had a great negotiator who could fix this force someone's out there. All right. Well, somebody who's having a tough day today is homeland security secretary Christian Nielsen she was at the the homeland security committee. They had they brought her fourth in front of the house to just kind of talk about the southern border. What's going on down there where where things stand at this point? And it got it got pretty contentious as you would imagine. Here is house homeland security committee, chairman Representative Bernie Thompson going after Kristen Nielsen on the topic of those kids and their cages are we putting children in cages as today gender, processed at the border facility stations that you've been at some of. I've seen the cages I want you to admit that the cages exist, sir. Their cages. Areas of the border facility dot are carved out for the safety and protection of those who remain there while they're being processed. If we have to gangs, we separate them into separate. Secretary.
"security committee" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"The government Tim Kaine my fellow center, I met with a series of federal workers the other day, very, very briefly. Here are the things we heard do you want an air traffic controller who's working overtime without pay? You want that person focus on air safety. You you don't want thirty percent of his mind focus on whether he's going to be able to pay his mortgage or pay his kids tuition right now. We're hearing from another federal worker. We had another federal worker who had to draw out she'd had savings. She had to draw down from our IRA. We're even as she gets reimbursed. She's going to still have paid the tax penalty. We had another worker who took a multi dollar increase from the credit card those credit card fees. They'll never be reimbursed. So and Jake the worst story we heard the woodland just one is this one is one where I can. I think this Trump crowd does not think through anything they basically there was some there with a seven week old baby. When they tried to get there baby on the insurance. They're government owned insurance. The person that was supposed to fill in the form was furloughed the doctor gave a very expensive medicine for the baby. Thank goodness for the guy was able to convince the insurance company, but countless others are going out without that that kind of benefit I think history will show that Donald Trump. This supposed great dealmaker, and I'm working on a piece on. This that business schools and management consultants will look back for years and say, this was the most inept negotiation. He boxed himself in a corner. He didn't empower his negotiators like the vice president or Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell. He's not allowed any win win win circumstance and the disregard is paid to the federal workers where he has been cavalier never sat down and visit with them. And then to add insult to injury. I didn't get a lot of news. We'd we bipartisan had promised federal workforce a very meager one point nine percent increase. Right wipe that pay increase out as well. As this treatment of the workforce. That's been just awful Senator. Mark Warner from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Thank you so much for your time. We appreciate it. Why would the president hide all the notes from his meeting with Ladimir Putin? Alaska, chairman of the Senate homeland security committee next, plus more Democrats announced their presidential campaigns are new democratic ideas, redefining what it means to be. Progressive stay with us. You know, what smart kicking off twenty nine thousand nine by planning out, which rolls you need to hire. For.
"security committee" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Security committee secretary Nielsen said there's threat must be taken seriously. The viral spread a volatile malware has reached the pandemic stage Nelson ads while there is evidence that China in particular is trying to influence American opinion. There is no solid evidence that China has meddled with the actual election infrastructure. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. The operator of the company that owns a limousine that crashed and killed twenty people in upstate New York last weekend has been taken into custody unspecified charges. He was taken into custody today following a traffic. Stop a Wall Street higher interest rates, and trade war fears are fueling losses. The Dow down three hundred ninety eight points the SNP down forty four. I'm mike. Moore's what is it costing you in vet bills for that convenience of just pulling open a bag of formulated extruded process cereal, bats, they cost a ton of money. Anyway, how do you feed your dog to derive not only energy, but good coach bright eyes? And a great attitude. Come dine invite for help. Y V, I T E dot com. I found is raw meat diet on dinovite dot com with just a raw meat and the aches and the and the super omega on top of it. Try supromega fish oil by to get one free ground beef white rice eggs, including the shells and the dynamite supplement, and then the Lickochops. Try Lickochops by to get one free balances out his body and his mind and his spirit, adding dynamites their diet has every single dog, and my kennel looking better than they have ever looked deer skin is so much better. Now that they're on the raw diet, I don't even give them the Kibble anymore. NO V. I T E dot com. Chattanooga. Dylan violent three hit and hurt in two different shootings. Overnight Poulton park man shot on fortieth Hooker Eastlake a woman.
"security committee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Is a difficult issue and what we've been trying to do is go through the regular committee process homeland security committee judiciary committee to get two hundred eighteen votes for a bill we don't have to earn eighteen votes for that bill so now we're trying to figure out where that sweet spot is and the members who want to see action on this issue we're getting exasperated because they didn't see an opportunity get something to the floor we now are presenting people with an opportunity to get something from the floor i would say i think the democrats kind of walked away from the process wants the supreme court took away our deadline march the fifth on this issue and that is left it to us to try and figure out how did we get this done i worry that democrats would rather have an issue than a solution we're gonna work on a solution mr speaker so what your new deadlines party deadline is not to have a deadline but work with our members to get things done and avoid a discharge petition so obviously time is of the essence talking about laying anything time is of the essence if we want to have a legislative process that where we can control which means a shot at law versus what i would call a futile gesture of a discharge petition so obviously times of the eta on getting i won't give you they said there was progress you tell specifically tangibly what has changed between the time you went into the room and right now our members are talking to each other the people who signed discharge petitions the people who are on the right edge of the of the of the spectrum on the conference are all having very productive conversations with each other on how to agree on a common piece of legislation and what we've all agreed is the four pillars is a really good point to rally around the four pillars of the president put out rank and file republicans in and out of this conference that that's plausible thing that that makes sense we don't have disagreement on those four pillars so what we're doing now is reaching consensus on how to address us for killers yeah how confident are you if at all that you'll be able to avoid reaching to eighteen to get that discharge nearly three away i realized there only three away in the best we can do is basically.
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"Funny on itself of course obviously service in both getting whether griffin was a possible parts of the president when questioned by investigators arena see that ports dumb and be obviously we know she's on the first of the press here we're not not that stupid this is something you don't when she's just a dope griffin said she was asked if she kept any weapons at home she said i was as air wouldn't even go that far wouldn't care that no oh well i have a sword huge mi barth but at me like what are you doing the agents got berry interested in world liked what is a four dollars like if not not funny thing i got it when i hope that they they wanna watch on i have to say the guys smart who was like tummy more frontal soared and she was like well it's it's big you know the gay can harry thank you for taking this team at what was left in a steam was show what's great about that with with kathy gribbon sand and is like is that she is a great comedian in on lady she making fun of this guy kelly she's the great them out they with kathy griffin in it you this i think sucks anyway have never been a fan of hers even before the trump something even when she was on seinfeld at stone that was a great show the seven homeland security committee better to the left depth on the comments already committee sent a letter to deputy attorney general rod voters the bond hosting of the plant right law on all the time has been in the press for a few days now rose votes loyd plying now while partly as importantly know about that as i know the attorney general rod opd rose that is a deputy ago deputy attorney general rod rose rows and rows abortions signed day oh yeah a money you didn't on thursday night which could potentially expand the reach of the current investigation into fbi fbi agent peter wrote on peter but as a page he vowed to 404 64 was like my kathy griffin said a just like this segment she sucks all that hole in me i think that's the same person trolls them on.
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"You look at down's syndrome research a hearing held by the uh homeland security committee subcommittee and we heard subcommittee chairman tom coal there uh closing the program on the panel here a number of uh experts couple of doctors and advocates this is a a correction this was a house appropriations subcommittee a asked for the hut house appropriations subcommittee on labour health and human services education related agencies home kohl's the chairman and of oklahoma and rose laura of connecticut the uh ranking member on the panel here michelle see whitten cofounder and presidency of the global downturn foundation dr willie mobely who is the university of california's san diego down's syndrome research treatment centre executive director and dr joaquin espinosa who is at the university of colorado school of medicine linda cernik institute for down some he's executive director there quincy jones advocate for global down syndrome foundation frank stevens also testified this happened back in october again a house preparations subcommittee hearing former secretary of state madeleine albright an susan wright former secretaries of state madeleine albright and susan rice uh i'm sorry susan rice as the national security adviser former secretary of state madeleine albright and susan rice who was president obama's national security adviser were among the speakers at a discussion on the future of us global leadership this was hosted by the aspen institute here in washington dc participants discussed the ways in which the us has diplomatic strategy has shifted since president trump took office and how that has affected the country standing in the world nichols burns professor and uh professor any a former us ambassador to nato begins the event good morning everyone good morning thank you for your patience i'm nick burns director of the.
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"The facts of this situation relevance to the facts of this situation the fact that this subhuman came here from lose pakistan through the lottery programme the back door not through the front door he didn't have to wait years and so forth and immediately received a green card for permanent status now that has no relevance here whatsoever ladies and gentlemen he's a lone wolf don't you get it he's a lone wolf even though there is a person of interest there try non down now even though there may be a network environment in a coma has spoken and we know he's smart go ahead as i said before you play into the hands of the terrorists to the extent you'd this throw up and divide and frightening people in this societe yet you'd better wake up missed a governor mr you'd better wake up the american people are smarter than you and the way ahead here the american people know what's going on sinn about disrupting and dividing and frightening the people this is about disrupting dividing and frightening the terrorists and that's what the president trying to do in my humble opinion that's what he's trying to do now in on that one of these guys a likes to play all these clips but you have to hear this back and forth here's mike mccall the guy been telling you about i believe he's the chairman of a home the homeland security committee but whatever here's what he had to say about the lottery system cut eleven go the lottery system i've always been against it because it's a random system to bring people into the united states it's not merit based completely random i've been working with chairman good wider judiciary dented two of those showers this program and put a mirror vase system into the united states immigration program and i think this case justin demonstrates why that's absolutely necessary oh a divider trying to put fear that people must be our right wing cook right washington compost oh must be a not now he's a.