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Democratic Effort to Raise Minimum Wage Put on Hold
"Fbk the effort to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour we'll have to wait. It will not be part of the nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief plan now in the hands of the Senate since a Senate official rule that the House $15 minimum wage could not be in the Senate reconciliation COVERT bill. Senate Democrats polled it for now. I think we will do the minimum wage and there are fundamental decency and fairness. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal saying passing covert relief first is critical, but promises they will debate a national minimum wage hike soon. Andy Field,
Romney: Plan to challenge election 'egregious ploy' that 'dangerously threatens' country
"A growing number of Republican lawmakers back in President Trump's repeated efforts to overturn the 2020 election results today, Senator Ted Cruz announced the coalition of 11 senators and Senators elect who will vote against Democratic electors from states where the president has alleged widespread voter fraud. Those lawmakers joined Missouri Senator Josh Holly, who was the first to announce his intentions to object to the state tallies during the upcoming joint session of Congress. In their statement announcing their intentions today, those 11 lawmakers said in part quote Congress should immediately appoint an electoral commission to conduct an emergency 10 Day audit of the election results in the disputed states. Senators went on to say they quote intend to vote to reject the electors from disputed states. Until that emergency 10 Day audit is completed. The announcement being met with strong pushback from Democrats, including Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal, who tweeted quote this pathetic on the pathetic, opportunistic stunt is an attack on our democracy. It is un American and unconscionable. Votes have been counted, recounted, Certified and all challenges, totally discredited time to govern and get things done. Even some Republicans expressing their disapproval with those 11 senators. Utah Senator Mitt Romney, releasing a statement that read, in part, quote the egregious ploy to reject electors, man hands the political ambitions of some but dangerously threatens our Democratic Republic. The congressional power to reject electors is reserved for the most extreme and unusual circumstances. These are far from it. President Trump's lawyers made their case before scores of courts and every instance they failed.
Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg face Senate hearing over censorship concerns
"Some thing has to give Republican Senator Lindsey Graham was the start of the hearing featuring Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zucker. Burg. Conservatives complain they have been censored and silenced. In his opening of the hearing, Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal applauded Twitter for flagging Trump Tweets. President has used this microphone just spread vicious falsehoods. In an apparent attempt to overturn the will of voters every day. He post new threats and conspiracy theory. But the
Amy Coney Barrett continues to be questioned at Supreme Court confirmation hearing
"I'm a change as many have mentioned next central threat and it's affects around us do you. covid nineteen isn't. I think. Yes. I. Do accept the Covid Nineteen is infectious that that's something of which I feel like we could say you take judicial notice of it's an obvious fact. Yes. Causes Cancer. I'm not sure exactly where you're going with this, but you know the the notice. In question question is what it is answer. Harris. Yes. Every package of cigarettes warns that Smoking Causes Cancer. And do you believe that climate change is happening and it's threatening? The air we breathe in the lottery. Senator Again I was wondering where you were going with that. You have asked me a series of questions like that are completely uncontroversial like. Nineteen is infectious whether smoking causes cancer and then trying to analogize that eliciting an opinion on me that as a very contentious matter opinion from me that has on a very contentious matter of public debate and I will not do that. It will not express view on a matter of public policy especially when that is politically controversial because that's inconsistent with the judicial role as I have explained. Major plant here that you believe it's debatable. That Senator Kamala Harris questioning battering two days of hearings. j.j Barrett has repeatedly refused to answer questions about her views on abortion and the future of we'd Roe v Wade despite our public record opposing Reproductive Rights Barrett also repeatedly dodged questions on the Supreme Court's Obe grefell versus Hodge's ruling which said same sex couples could not be denied the right to marry this exchange with Democratic Senator Richard. Blumenthal of Connecticut. quickly. Decided Burger fell versus hodges. Senator Blumenthal every time you asked me a question about whether case was correctly are decided or not. I cannot answer that question because I cannot suggest agreement or disagreement with precedents of the Supreme Court. All those precedents by me now is a seventh circuit judge and I to be confirmed. I would be responsible for applying the law star decisive to all of them but you think of how you would feel. As a gay or Lesbian American to hear that you can't answer. Whether the government can make a crime for them to have that relationship. Whether the government. Can enable people who are happily married to continue. That relationship. Your. Senator implying that I'm poised to say that I want to cast a vote to overrule a burger followed I show you I. Don't have any agenda. I don't I'm not even expressing view and disagreement of Obama file. You're pushing me to try to violate the judicial canons of ethics to offer advisory opinions and I won't do that and I'm not asking you hypothetical. These are real cases I brown versus board of Education Do. You think it was correctly decided i. know you told Senator Graham you thought. So I'd like to just to clarify that point. Sure. So as I said to Senator Graham when he asked me that question I have spoken on that before and the originalism lecture that. Incorrectly decided. Correctly decided and yes, I've said that thank you. Let me ask you about. Loving versus the the loving case. was correctly decided well, loving follows directly from Brown and Brown's great correctly decided loving as well was correctly decided it was decided that was Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Questioning Judge Amy Coney Barrett
Roger Stone's trial
"News Democrats and some Republicans want to know more about the decision to consider lowering the proposed sentence of former trump confidante Roger stone Louisiana Republican senator John Kennedy says what raised eyebrows was president trump tweeting about stones case the fact that it's Roger stone and the fact that the president tweeted about it I think this would be a fairly routine transaction Attorney General bill Barr is expected appear before the Democrat led house Judiciary Committee on March thirty first Delaware Democrat senator Chris Coons told CNN the president's conduct is outrageous Sox's Mike Emanuel on Capitol Hill Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal is calling on bar to
Democratic senators call on House to send impeachment articles
"A growing number of democratic lawmakers are calling on house speaker Nancy Pelosi to release articles of impeachment democratic senator Richard Blumenthal telling reporters quote we are reaching a point where the articles of impeachment should be sent house speaker Nancy Pelosi had been withholding articles of impeachment from the Senate she explained she wanted to see what the terms of the president Senate trial would be democratic senators Dianne Feinstein Chris Murphy and Joe Manchin have also called for the speaker to take the next step in as the liquid terror ABC news on
Democratic senators call on House to send impeachment articles
"On Capitol Hill the impeachment trial also taking shape Senate leader Mitch McConnell saying there will be no haggling with the house over Senate procedures house minority leader Kevin McCarthy at his weekly briefing criticizing house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the delay the idea that she had to rush us that she had to get it because it was so imperative that they move forward the idea that she would move it forward just shows the weakness of the case and more importantly the no need for democratic senator Richard Blumenthal also saying today it's time for below sea to send over the articles of
State department urges US citizens to leave Iraq 'immediately' after airstrike
"News the US embassy in Baghdad is telling all U. S. citizens to leave the Iraqi immediately the embassy released a statement after the U. S. airstrike that killed the Iranian general because samba soul of money it reads due to the heightened tensions in Iraq in the region the US embassy urges American citizens to he the January twenty twenty travel advisory and depart Iraq immediately the state department also issued a warning telling Americans not to approach the embassy in the Iraqi capital there are questions about what's next now a U. S. senator Richard Blumenthal who serves on the U. S. Senate committee on armed forces says he wants some answers from the trump administration on the air strike and the strap so a it was a brutal military leader who has American but I'm a fan he is an enemy no question the real question is where we go from here Iran has vowed retaliation against the
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on Here & Now
"Geological survey research geologist dr patrick barnard speaking to us from california about the cliff failures there one very tragic when recently patrick thanks so much thanks robin and the national rifle association the powerhouse gun lobby that had a firm hand in guiding and curtailing gun legislation in the u._s. is on the defense after two mass shootings and months of intro organization turmoil yesterday the n._r._a. Tweeted out that anti-gun politicians blame us for crimes. We don't commit fending off off critics but the n._r._a. Is also arm-wrestling itself over leadership questions about its tax exempt status finances democratic senator richard blumenthal says the organization organization is imploding carol. Lennick is national investigative reporter for the washington post hi carol hey robyn how good and you've been reporting a lot on this including a report yesterday that the n._r._a. Which is again tax exempt plan to buy a six million dollar mansion for its biggest star chief executive wayne lapierre. Let's just do a thumbnail here. In april lapierre accused the group's president oliver north of trying to oust him <hes> in june. The group ended its relationship with longtime ad company ackerman mcqueen and an and are a spokeswoman dana lush and shutdown n._r._a. Tv so start with north and law pierre and the accusations they were lobbying at each other well it got pretty ugly and it was a bloody family feud to be honest robin what was happening behind the scenes before the n._r._a.'s national national convention is that oliver north probably best known as a of a famous aid the iran contra scandal under president reagan he he was the formal president of the n._r._a. And he was raising questions with fellow board members about a lot of spending behind the scenes at the n._r._a. The thing he was most concerned about at the time were tens of millions of dollars in legal fees that were being billed to the n._r._a. By a law firm run by bill brewer out of new york and texas. He said that those fees represented an existential threat to the n._r._a. Which was then close to running its third year in deficit when he raised those concerns with board members and asked the audit committee and the executive committee to look into these these these threats this these expenses and what in the world they were four roughly a million forgive me one hundred thousand dollars a day in legal fees <hes> <hes> wind up here <hes> came at him with guns blazing and no pun intended and said you know <hes> there's a problem oliver. North is trying trying a coup to get rid of me. He's blackmailing me and <hes> he's also at the trough trying to get money from the n._r._a. Through roar ad firm in a very lucrative contract and we need to get rid of him jump in there because this ad firm was reportedly making a documentary and paying north. This is what lapierre here's his paying north millions in this advertising firm which did most of its business was the n._r._a. Was then fired but you know when you talk about lapierre spending there was also two hundred thousand thousands dollars in clothing <hes> to an n._r._a. Vendor and then this six million dollar mansion in dallas the new york attorney general is looking at that mansion as part of its investigation asian into whether the n._r._a. Should remain tax exempt.
William Barr's Refusal to Testify Riles Democrats
"Attorney general William bar to keep from Democrats on Capitol Hill. Here's democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal. You in fact, exonerated or cleared the present off I didn't exonerate. I said that we did not believe that there was a fishing evidence to establish an obstruction offense, which is the job of the Justice department that was in front of this tutition committee bar was supposed to appear before the house on Thursday. Now, he says he's not going committee chairman, Jerry Nadler, I can understand given this honesty is been much for the latest. I can understand. Why is raid of facing more effective examination? He won't issue a subpoena yet, but the committee is considering contempt citation against bar. If the Justice department doesn't provide them with the unredacted Mullah report soon.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Trump defense bar hero saves lives. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump slammed caused by some democratic lawmakers for attorney general William bar to resign on the FOX business network. Trump prays bars appearance today before the Senate Judiciary committee ridiculous. Outstanding man, he's outstanding Leo mind. And and I heard he was really he performed incredibly. Well, the AG characterize a letter from special counsel Robert Muller expressing concerns about the way bar portrayed. The Russia investigation findings as being snitty democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal labeled today's testimony by bar disappointing. This letter memorialize his sentiments that go to the core of William credibility. And that's the reason he has to resign because he is devastated his own credibility. The motive remains unclear at yesterday's shooting at the university of North Carolina Charlotte, the left two people dead and for others injured the latest in correspondent Clayton Neville, Nineteen-year-old Ellis, redeployed Lear and twenty one year old rightly held both killed in the shooting. Witnesses a health or his body on top of the shooter. Twenty two year old tristen, Andrew Terrell facing two counts of murder, four counts of attempted murder and other charges. The Federal Reserve let states key interest rate unchanged signalling no rate hikes are likely in the coming months. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell pointed to several economic factors. The committee also believes that's solid underlying fundamentals are supporting the economy, including accommodative financial conditions..
William Bar, Robert Muller And Senator Richard Blumenthal discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Goldberg US attorney general William bar has wrapped up testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee was grilled about his handling of Robert Muller's. Russia reports the hearing happening the day after it was revealed Muller told bars four page summary of that report didn't fully capture Muller's conclusions and confused the American public democratic lawmakers also asked bar about more than a dozen open investigations attorney general William Barr says he does not recall having discussions about ongoing investigations into the Trump administration with the White House any information whatsoever. I don't recall you don't recall, I don't recall providing any she recall about whether you gave information to somebody in the White House about an ongoing criminal investigation. Senator Richard Blumenthal. Ben pressed bar on whether he would recuse himself from those investigations to which bar replied,
Mueller report recounts 10 'episodes' involving Trump and questions of obstruction
"Special counsel Robert Muller's report into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign is now in the hands of congress and the American public. But while the investigation is over the nearly four hundred fifty page report is creating more questions. Bob Costantini reports from the White House attorney general bars statement based on the molar report out that while it was quite clear. Russia's internet research agency, affiliated with the Putin government trying to influence the campaign in favor of Donald Trump. Indeed as the report states, quote, the investigation did not identify evidence that any US person knowingly or intentionally coordinated with the IRA's interference operation, unquote. Put another way the special counsel found. No collusion. The report itself suggest the June two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower arranged by Donald from junior with Russians claiming to have dirt on Hillary Clinton was one of many contacts studied under what's commonly referred to as collusion. Otherwise, quote, the Russian contacts consisted of business. Actions offers of assistance to the campaign invitations for candidate Trump and Putin to meet in person invitations for campaign officials and representatives of the Russian government to meet and policy positions seeking improved US Russian relations in quote, President Trump's initial public reaction was breath during an event hosting wounded warriors here and they're having a good day. I'm having to do it was called, no collusion. No obstruction. The attorney general Robert Muller handed off the idea of whether the president or someone close to him tried to obstruct Justice in the Russia investigation after finding ten potential episodes. Although the deputy attorney general disagreed with some of the special counsels legal theories and felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law. We did not realize solely on that. In making our decision. Democrats on Capitol Hill will certainly try to look at those episodes further including the firing of James Comey and some of the president's tweets urging potential witnesses to not rat on him related to the obstruction of Justice aspect of the Muller reports bar over this bit of empathy for President Trump. There is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks. Robert Mueller lifted up. Bar deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to look into whether the president or someone close to him could have engaged in obstruction of Justice. They decided no among the obstruction of Justice lines of inquiry Muller mentioned in the report are the firing of James Comey attempts to influence witnesses and the president's order to White House counsel dumb again that he tell deputy AG rod Rosenstein, the fire Muller Mcgann who spoke with the team for as much as thirty hours apparently refused to do. So in an effort to save the president from an appearance of structure of Justice add to that the alleged efforts by the president ticket. Michael Cohen to stay loyal once Cohen head criminal legal problems in New York Muller ends with a hint for congress to decide if it should charge the president with obstruction on the way tomorrow Lago. President Trump tweeted from Air Force One I had the right to end the whole witch hunt. If I wanted I have fired everyone, including Muller if I wanted I chose not to I had the right to use executive privilege. I didn't however the report makes a point of comment regarding obstruction. The president's to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful. But that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests. And now it's up to congress to take the next step. Linda Kenyon, has the view from Capitol Hill. Michael if you thought it was over thank again special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president, and the responsibility now falls to congress told the president accountable for his actions. That's Representative Jerrold Nadler, the powerful chairman of the House Judiciary committee. He's leading one of the many investigations that will continue in the wake of the mullahs report. A report that found no collusion, but did not absolve President Trump of obstruction of Justice attorney general William bar who presented the report at a news conference was roundly criticized by many Democrats, including Nadler who said bar was far from Jek give bars words and actions suggest he has been disingenuous and misleading in saying the president is clear of wrongdoing. Nadler says the redacted Muller report is clear the President Trump. Committed multiple misdeeds report outlines disturbing evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction of Justice and other misconduct. Senator Richard Blumenthal. A member of the Senate Judiciary committee says the misconduct on the part of the president is stunning. But that's only part of the story. Details in this report about the Russian attack on our democracy are truly chilling also calls into question, the objectivity of the attorney general Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, one of the only Republicans to make any public comment on the release of the mullahs report depicted, the attorney general the special counsel, and the deputy attorney general as beyond reproach all three of them about as close to a-political as you can imagine strong disagreement from Adam Schiff, the chairman of the house intelligence committee. Attorney general did a grave disservice to the country by misrepresenting significant parts of the mullahs report and shift says the attorney general also blast over the actions of the president of the United States there. Unquestionably
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on WJR 760
"Find that the Trump campaign or other Americans colluded in those efforts, and he quoted passages from a half dozen other parts of the Muller investigation, stating the same thing no collusion coordination conspiracy to coordinate to anyway advantage, the Trump campaign over others by way of interacting with Russia. And now, you would think that that might shut the door on it. I doubt it, but we shall see. Let's check in with Linda Kenyon, who's been a gauging reaction on cap. Little hill or doing as much as we can considering its holy week there, and they're in recess, but Linda, what are you hearing? Well, we have gotten quite a bit of reaction from some of the key players Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary committee Senator Richard Blumenthal, a member of the Senate Judiciary committee and have speaker Nancy Pelosi as well as Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and more coming some trickling in some flowing again saying that this report is very damaging to the president. And that even though the attorney general said there was no collusion that doesn't mean. According to those who are responding so far that doesn't mean he did not commit wrongdoing. So we're going to be studying this probably in law, classes, and journalism, classes and political science classes for decades. To come. So they have pivoted away from saying that there is legal justification for saying the president committed a crime to to that this is unsafe. Re it's unethical. It's bad politics. They've pivoted to more of a an ethical kind of a code. It does seem that way. But you know, ethics is supposedly one of the Koya many a coins of the realme for politicians to come across as being ethical at least before they're supporters. And if you come across instead as having lied repeatedly, or you know, done unsavory things, the the only thing that many of the analysts, and then some of the Democrats have responded to so far have said is that the only reason the president was not charged with a crime collusion. Not a legal term, but charged with a crime is because. Was he had numerous people in his orbit who refused to carry out his orders, for instance, firing rod Rosenstein, or or firing or asking the attorney at that time again to to fire various people to fire Muller to to end. They Muller investigation all of which apparently the president of the United States tried to do it again. Absolutely refused. Well, we should also point out too that in the in the mullahs report, he writes that there were what he called fairness concerns. In other words, suggesting that if he were to raise the issue that the president was chargeable. He is still restricted under Justice department guidelines from charging a sitting president because you can paralyze the presidency, you can certainly undermine his authority moving forward. And that's why traditionally they don't charge a sitting president. And that absent that he had fairness concerns about doing it one thing we know about. The congress right now fairness is not something that they're going to obsess over. So does this mean that they will move forward with if not impeachment hearings some kind of hearing to investigate the obstruction angle. I think you could probably take that to the Bank. The Muller was operating under a very narrow objective to find a legal aspects of showing that the president committed crimes that the people in his circle committed crimes, as you know, there are certain people who are going to jail who are answer. Larry, and in some cases, central to this entire episode of Russian collusion. And so that's one thing. But the congress is not operating under that narrow purview. The congress can determine if the president has acted on ethics. If a president has committed impeachable if not criminal a wrongdoings, and so they fully expect that that they will continue congress, by the way, the Democrats in the house in particular since they have the majority in the house, and they have the power to gavel as well as the power to investigate and conduct oversight of the executive branch. Congress is very angry with the Democrats that is with the attorney general for basically saying, no collusion obstruction. Because the report, according to the House, Democrats is very clear that Moeller did not reach a conclusion on the obstruction issue that he was kind of leaving the door open for congress to follow up on that issue. John. He's says that explicitly that this does not preclude congress from fi from finding obstruction Linda, thanks so much. We'll know you you continue kicking over rocks. They're on Capitol Hill. And we'll wait for more reaction. Thanks so much. Thank you, your thoughts on this. You know, if you thought it was passed think again, one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven one eight hundred eight five nine zero WJR, what did you think of these ten so-called episodes of possible obstruction by the president? We string them together. It doesn't look good. But it certainly not criminal at least not in the eyes of the aid..
Democrats demand full Mueller report
"One of the all-time great lines in congress, one of the all-time great lines in the modern history of Washington is the fake humble brag. I'm just a country lawyer. It was Senator Sam Ervin. The guy who led the investigative committee in the US Senate that looked into Watergate he was an experienced Senator. He was a Harvard trained lawyer. There was nothing simple about him at all. But he would do this thing he would turn on this folksy country lawyer humble thing as a prologue to his most devastating to the point questions. Now, I'm just a country lawyer, but like walk me through this. Sam Ervin is the one who started that during Watergate, and you hear members of congress now use it all the time. It is Sam Ervin that they're referencing. But usually it means they're about to say something pretty good today. It was Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal. Turn with. The whole I'm just a country lawyer trip. Now, we have gotten from the attorney general of the United States. We have been so fortunate to receive. A summary of the report, you know, who's beginning to say that report is inaccurate and unfair. The Muller came is beginning to say, you didn't do Justice to our report you can provide the findings and evidence. Now, I'm I'm just a country lawyer from Connecticut. But I can tell you the law is pretty clear there is no executive privilege. Congress deserves that full report. And so do the American people you pay for it, you deserve it. The full Muller report released the full Muller report, Richard Blumenthal. Speaking in washing today at one of the several hundred protests that happens around the country today this afternoon and the evening protests calling for the release of the Muller reports thirteen days now since it was completed by Robert Muller and handed in to the office of Trump's newly appointed attorney general, and it hasn't been seen since there were protests today in Washington DC there were protests in New York City, good size protests in New York City. There were protests in Chicago and Philadelphia and Raleigh North Carolina and Albuquerque New Mexico protests from Denver to Boston to. Saint Paul Minnesota to Langhorne, Pennsylvania. And it's interesting these are not policy protests. This is not an interest group that is fighting for more attention to its cause. Which is sometimes what you see in coordinated nationwide protests where people protested hundreds of different sites. What these protests were about today is a real live active fight right now that is underway. And we really don't know how it's going to end at the DC protests this afternoon, the one where Blumenthal spoke House Judiciary chairman, Jerry, Nadler, also spoke, and he said, although we are in the midst of this fight right now. And in fact, of course, he's the one who's really leading it for the democratic controlled congress. Now, they're turned on a little bit of the history. Professor thing today. Blumenthal was the I'm just a country lawyer now they're turned on professor now, they're who was your favorite guy from US history right junior year. He told this crowd outside the White House today that we have as a country have have had this kind of a fight before that presidents in trouble. Do this kind of thing that President Trump is trying right now with the Muller report, we should expect that they will try to get get away with the sort of stuff.
Protesters in Time Square demand Mueller report release
"Hundreds of people gathered for protests in New York Times square and also outside the White House demanding the release of Robert Mueller's full report on Russia's election tampering. Connecticut democratic Senator. Richard Blumenthal was that the DC demonstration. Your message. America's message is release the report relief rep or
Trump administration ratchets up attack on Obamacare
"Kill the law. The Trump administration is shifting their position on the Affordable Care Act. The department of Justice now saying that they support invalidating all of ObamaCare, even without a legislative fix in place. Senator Richard Blumenthal says this would spell disaster. This move will destroy millions of Americans in particular the court struck down the law all provisions including protections for pre existing conditions would
Summary of Mueller report will not come on Saturday
"Evan Haning. Attorney general William bar spent the day reviewing Robert Muller's report on Russian interference in the US. Elections. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal says he expects members of congress to receive bar summary of the report tomorrow afternoon, but Blumenthal says a summary alone is not enough those conclusions are completely inadequate. If there's. For the findings and evidence. The American people really deserve. The Muller report,
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On CNN last night. They had Mehdi Hassan columnist and presenter of to aljazeera shows. Linking the president only minutes after the slaughter in New Zealand to the slaughter and aljazeera host. CNN today had Abraham Cooper a radical who works for HAMAs front group called care knowing full. Well, what he would say, then they had the national director of care Nevada. A what? He too. Trashing the president of the United States. Then we had watch your heart are Lee, New York Times opinion writer on MSNBC today. That the shooter's racist ideology, quote has been mainstream by Republican elected officials. And links Trump to white supremacists. There were Dana bash on CNN today talking about how Trump his rhetoric riles up the nut jobs. Then they bring in this guy. Charlie dent, a former congressman a Republican, but one of the kooks, I believe he comes on CNN because he's a reliable trumpeter. And. He talks about Trump and the comments at Charlottesville. They're all lying about the comets at Charlottesville, which is why took the time to discuss them with you. And then a CNN brings in Senator Richard Blumenthal regular he sort of their Lindsey Graham, except this guy has a a head injury. And the Trump rhetoric is a factor in the New Zealand massacre. And this has gone on all last night. Late into the night early in the all day long all day long. This is why Trump despises the media because they deserve his wrath. They don't stand for the first amendment. The purpose of freedom of the press is to inform the American people to give us news. Not to hear every left wing wack job every ethnic front group or people to come on and make these allegations. He's wild outrageous allegations. And it came up again on CNN. John Berman dumb as a doorknob one of their anchors. But he ran into a buzzsaw this time. Adam king Zinger who's been very good lately. A Republican congressman cut nine go US for God that change people's hearts. Yeah. I have a question for you. It has God needs to change people's language. And I ask you that. Because this killer, apparently, a screed some people call it a manifesto said he is a supporter of President Trump as a symbol of white identity. Why would anyone see the fire the symbol of white? I think God needs to change people's hearts, and I beg. He does. He needs to change your language, but you cannot put this on President Trump. I'm not putting up President Trump. There's one man who pulled the trigger. Okay. Yeah. The person who is giving a sign of allegiance to president. Trump is the killer hearing calls may symbol of white identity. The language he uses in this manifesto is all about invaders all about invaders, which is similar language to the killer of the synagogue in. Pittsburgh. It's also language that President Trump using a campaign ad before. The just listen to the sky go on and on. Hell he relishes this. These two mass murderers one killing juice the other killing Muslims. Said they don't like Trump. Let's say they had said they like Barack Obama Bernie Sanders. Her Nancy Pelosi is this kind of propaganda. We beginning. Is this what we heard from that maniac who shot Steve Scalise and others? Two years ago in Alexandria, Virginia. And a baseball field is this the kind of media coverage that we got back, then of course, not. Going on and on and on about Bernie Sanders propaganda. No. Is this the same media that has protected antifa? Time and time and time again. Yes, it is. Go ahead. Means something to white supremacists around the world why? So I think again to make the connection of a president saying I'm concerned, for instance, with illegal immigration and says invaders but to save that. And then to go to a guy let's say says invaders since one is Eddie triggering word for somebody to go out murder. Forty-nine people. I mean, the insanity here. Absolute insanity here. Go ahead. Fifty people. He may make a connection and say President Trump smile that doesn't put it on President Trump. I don't know what a sick man that would decide to kill forty nine. People innocently was thinking, I don't want to have any idea. Frankly, what was in his mind. But what I know is this it cannot be connected. We cannot sit here and say what is it that President Trump is doing that somehow triggering these people? This is an evil man that made a decision to murder forty nine people in that is on him, and frankly, the evil in his heart. When. When the Japanese attacked us on Pearl Harbor was happy because of Franklin Roosevelt and his language. I'm just curious. Well, we were hit on nine eleven was that because of George W Bush in his language. I mean, the insanity of all this. Try as they might try as they might the insanity is unbelievable. And this didn't even happen in the United States, and the mass murder wasn't even an American. But you see they heard Trump they hurt his language. They they're projecting. They wanted to be. So that's how insane this. They wish it were. So that this guy was traveling around with a brochure Trump for twenty twenty. That's what they want and they bring in a conga line of haters. Of the insane. Who go on and on and on? Do these people sound like they care about the forty nine souls who were slaughtered in New Zealand in two different mosques. Do these care spokesman sound like that. No, they don't do these reporters sound like it almost sound giddy. Add to bring in somebody from aljazeera to mainstream aljazeera while you're trashing Fox News left. And right. This is how low they've sunk. This is how low they've sunk. These are the same media institutions. That tried to destroy cavenaugh. There were more than happy to repeat the lowest form of lies. You can ever turn on a human being that he was involved in gang rape that he raped women on a boat. When they know it couldn't be true. He's a man of faith fifteen years as a circuit court judge. And now they're off to the races again. What exactly has the president of the United States done or said to deserve this nothing? Nothing. He said nothing at Charlottesville that supported the KKK or the Neo Nazis. A matter of fact, he said time and time again, then in that comment to the press before and after. And let's say he had this mindset is a white supremacist the clan and the Neo Nazis. Why would he say what he said today about the slaughter of Muslims? Why would he have tried to intervene twice? At the gassing of Muslims in Syria. Why would he do that? If he didn't care. Unbelievable. I know I'm supposed to go onto Dato O'Rourke. I'll get him. Don't worry. I'm not your typical host. I don't with that crap. I'll get one. We'll have fun. Don't worry. I promise. I'm not racing through the websites racing through the news. We'll take our time and deal with something that needs to be dealt with. How does a Republic survive? Let's such a dishonest and destructive media. How does republics arrive?.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Senator Richard Blumenthal, constantly outraged by things that are not anti Trump and Paul manafort's forty months and not forty years in prison seems to have have the Democrats in a tizzy the two year vilification in allegations of collusion. The former Trump campaign manager gets not for years like everybody wanted a just gets four years like meant to surprise many. And it's about past crimes, not Russian collusion is this the first stop on the exoneration train or an aberration. We'll talk about that. I feel confident that her words were not based on any anti-semitic attitude. It's up to hurt it to explain. But I do not believe that she understood the full weight of the words wouldn't silting Stephen that is I don't understand what I'm saying is basically what she's saying back down. That's what speaker Pelosi did to the outspoken democratic freshman class of congresswoman Omar's antisemitic offenses, morphed into a generic childish anti-hate measure, it is a true disgrace with that. Let's bring in the host of Shannon bream show. It is Fox News at night. Correct, shannon. You are correct. And Chas got a book coming out. I started reading it is great. But Shannon, I off. This was one of the stories you covering yesterday. The measure that took two days to put together was basically something we learned in first grade don't be mean to people. That's how congressman Doug Collins summed it up on the floor. Don't keep people don't be mean to people. You should have learned that in kindergarten. But there were even Democrats who was frustrated with the co process, you probably saw a congressman. Democrats from quarter who happens to be Jewish should say, Vince should not be so hard. Why should it be so difficult for us to say as a caucus that we don't tamper antisemitism now? This is not the first time they've had to say that. I mean, multiple times in congress, which is only a couple of months old. So there's a lot of frustration there. And you know, there were a lot of folks who wondered why they added in everything including the kitchen sink. Now, we all know that you're not supposed to say bad things stereotype and be cool to people. But this was launched by a very specific episode at a very specific person who was not mentioned in the resolution. Yeah, here's Elliot angle chairman of four relations where she is a member on that committee. He's jewish. He condemned. Her comments a series of comments right away. You know, the whole thing where it's all about the Benjamins baby talking about why we're so pro Israeli or why the Jewish vote has so much power when she came out and said that I should not be expected to have allegiance stores or pledge support to a foreign country in order to serve my country in congress to serve on any committee. So here's what Eliot Engel said cut four when he. So about this broad measure instead of a specific one the words spoken by our colleague from Minnesota last week touched a very real very raw place for me. And when a member of our body speaks the way, the Representative from Minnesota spoke, then we need to single out and say, we will not tolerate it. And this resolution is a fine resolution, and I will support it. But I am very disappointed that we weren't able to have a separate resolution to specifically condemn anti-semitism. And what our colleague said that really was was a very hateful turn these Democrats and was four zero seven two twenty three. No kidding. But everyone thinks we totally missed the point there. How much power these freshmen have shot? A you're in Washington every day. Are you surprised? Well, I mean, they salvaged seems to be running scared. I mean, it really does and yesterday congresswoman Cossio quartet's, Dr Chad pergram, you're producer over there in Capitol Hill and said, hey, we as freshman and is a women of color or be specifically targeted. I mean, so they're they're pulling out all the stops. And making a lot of noise and saying we're in charge work control. But you got remember to the the leaders like speaker Pelosi and others power for what gets to the four. How things are run and committee assignments she gave them committee assignments on how foreign relations, and so that is very troubling. For a lot of folks on the hill who say listen, congressman, Omar who keep stepping in this particular issue and causing a lot of trouble. And she said some formulations, and they're all kinds of people saying that's not the right place for her. The establishment folks like speaker Placide gave her this coast people call for her to go. You know, there's a lot of Democrats pointing back a Republicans. You guys aren't clean we have the moral high ground here. But you remember what happened was Steve king? He was stripped of everything. Everything jelled their so called for things to happen to these freshmen who are causing a lot of heartburn for the Democrats. They're not happy about it. Here's Cory Booker. Now. One thing about the president and gets himself in trouble. Sometimes doing it. He'll take questions at all times as a candidate businessman, and I know it because he did our show every week when he was just toasting the apprentice he wouldn't even want to minutes before we hopped on the air. What are we talking about? And he would take all questions. Listen to Cory Booker dare. I say a different philosophy cut six. 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"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Jennifer Griffiths live in the WSB twenty four hour. News center would WSB's top stories this half hour. A federal judge in Virginia handing down a sentence of forty seven months in prison for Paul Manafort, the man who wants ran President Trump's campaign Manafort was convicted in Virginia last year on federal tax and Bank fraud charges before he was sentenced Manafort addressed the court and said that his life is in shambles. And he spent a lot of time in reflection special counsel's office did not recommend a sentence for Manafort, but it did agree with a pre sentencing memo that said he should receive twenty five years. The judge called sentencing guidelines that called for a twenty four year prison term excessive and he sentenced Paul Manafort to just under four years. The judge said Manafort lived in otherwise blameless life, though, he said that cannot erase criminal activity Manafort faces a second sentencing hearing in Washington DC next week ABC's Aaron Katersky. The judge even said he wants Manafort to receive credit for time served equaling equalling nine months Democrats blasting the sentence. Senator Richard Blumenthal, calling it a miscarriage of Justice, Mark, grandma. ABC news at the state capitol tonight. The Georgia state house of representatives passed house Bill four twenty six the first time. I hate crime Bill that specifically includes protections for lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender Georgians to ever pass either legislative body in Georgia and the state house set to vote on a Bill to limit abortions in Georgia it would ban them. After a fetal heartbeat is detected generally around six weeks. It will be among the final bills taken up on crossover day. WSB news time is ten thirty two. When you work at one eight hundred got.
Senator Richard Blumenthal And Armed Services Committee discussed on Mark Levin
"Senators demanded accountability for slum like housing conditions on military bases across the country during an Armed Services Committee hearing today Senator Richard Blumenthal called for a criminal investigation of private landlords. Granted vast power over ten in housing Blumenthal said there are clear
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal says much more needs to be done. We can be sure that more healthcare resources are absolutely necessary. And a border wall is no substitute for that. Kind of adequate care. The eight year old died soon after he was checked out at a local hospital and discharge to simply having a cold his death came after a seven year old girl from Guatemala died. Earlier this month, at least ten people have been injured in Sicily near Europe's most active volcano, the four point eight magnitude earthquake struck just after three in the morning on Wednesday shaking Sicily around the imposing Mount Etna. Volcano inhabitants of the mountainside villages ran out into the streets in panic and were soon order to evacuate the dozens of tremors damaged buildings with volcanic ash covering villages. Tremors reached the Sicilian city of Catania with a population of three hundred thousand their flights had already been temporarily halted after tremors began on Monday, Nagin Williams, ABC news, Rome back here, local news. The judge who's overseeing the murder case involving the fiance of missing woman from woodland park has denied a motion to limit. Pretrial publicity, the teller county judge denied that motion on Monday, and it was made by attorneys for defendant. Patrick Swayze phrase. He was arrested last week on charges of first degree murder in the disappearance of Kelsey Berith. Barrett was last seen alive more than a month ago. And investigators believe phrase he had a hand in both her disappearance and death. Although her body has yet to be found Chad Hoffman, KOA NewsRadio. Well, sad news. It looks like Broncos running back. Philip Lindsay is done for the season, albeit just one game left. But sources say an MRI revealed significant damage to ligaments in his right wrist and a possible fracture Lindsey got hurt as you know, in Monday's loss to the raiders and Lindahl with our sister station, orange and blue seven sixty says it is a huge blow to this team. He definitely been agai. You can't live without. And now they've got to try to start building around him moving forward. And we'll see what it looks like in this last game. Sure. Well, the Broncos wrap up the regular season at home against the chargers on Sunday. This is a banged up team to say the least our coverage starts early. Eight AM kickoff. A two twenty five on the home of the Broncos KOA NewsRadio the NSA the CIA and the Justice department all being sued for more information on what they do with our personal data. The American public needs more information about how the federal government collects some of their personal information, including call records. That's according to an American Civil Liberties union lawsuit filed against several government agencies seeking information about a program that collects records during investigations under a two thousand fifteen law. The national security agency is limited in how it can collect that data. But that law set to expire next year. The ACLU says more information is needed for a healthy debate. Brian Clark, ABC news and finally..
Senate Dems file lawsuit against Matthew Whitaker's appointment
"Democratic senators, Richard Blumenthal, Sheldon Whitehouse in Razi Hirono, follow lawsuit. Monday to block, President Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney. General the senators argue that Whitaker's appointment is in violation of the constitution.
Senator Richard Blumenthal, Matthew Whitaker And Senate Judiciary Committee discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Away. Some democratic senators are trying to nullify President Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general Connecticut, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and two other Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee are suing asking a federal judge. To remove him Blumenthal suggested at a press conference today that Whitaker isn't a legitimate AG this dictatorial
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on KOMO
"Of his, eighty second, birthday John McCain Senate colleagues are saying that the best way to honor his memory is to stand strong for the rule of law and for basic values of integrity and public service number of times he talked about. Over the decades we can't get anything done if we don't do it in a bipartisan fashion. Was just incredible ABC's Cokie Roberts who's been covering the cane since the nineteen eighties Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is among Democrats in the Senate mourning the death. Of their colleague he rarely sought To avoid controversy he was always willing to, stand up and, fight I hope he has now the piece that he so richly deserves wife Cindy McCain Vietnam POW he died on his terms with family by. His side pope Francis vowed to end sex abuse and cover ups during a speech to the Irish government at Dublin castle it's the, first, visit by a pope to Ireland and, forty years at one of his very first events the prime, minister of Ireland speaking directly to the. Pub urged, him to, listen to the victims pope Francis did listen he sat down for an hour and a half with eight victims or survivors as they prefer to be called of clerical sexual abuse one of those survivors said afterwards that. He sympathized with them in the strongest possible terms ABC's David Wright in Dublin President Trump says. US relations with Mexico improving despite his push to have its government pay for a border wall sounded optimistic when addressing the new Mexican government tweeting our relationship. With Mexico is Getting closer by the, hour some really, good people both within the new and old government and closely working together the president even teasing a possible new trade deal could be in the works this.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of his, eighty second, birthday John McCain Senate colleagues are saying that the best way to honor his memory is to stand strong for the rule of law and for basic values of integrity and public service number of times about over the decades that we can't. Get anything done if we don't do it in bipartisan fashion was just incredible ABC's Cokie Roberts who's been covering McCain since the nineteen eighties Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is among Democrats in the Senate mourning the death. Of their colleague he rarely saw To avoid controversy he was always willing to stand up and fight, I hope he, has now the piece that he so richly deserves wife Cindy McCain Vietnam POW he died on his terms with family by his side pope Francis. Vowed to end sex abuse and cover, ups during a speech to the Irish government at Dublin castle it's the first visit by, a. Pope to Ireland and forty years at, one of his very, first events the prime minister of, Ireland speaking directly the pub urged him. To listen, to the, victims pope Francis did listen he sat down for an hour and a half with eight victims or survivors as they prefer to be called of clerical sexual abuse one of those survivors said afterwards that he sympathized with them in the strongest. Possible terms ABC's David Wright in Dublin President Trump says US relations with Mexico improving despite his push to have its government pay for a border wall sounded optimistic when addressing the new Mexican government tweeting our relationship. With Mexico is Getting closer by the hour some. Really good people both within the new and old government and closely working together. The president even teasing a possible new trade deal. Could be in the works this.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"About a question of the us census that asks whether you're a citizen till figure here's mike we just played an example of a prominent democrat senator richard blumenthal struggling to defend opposing citizenship question on his on the census this is today's democratic party and more and more people are going to understand that more and more americans are going to go to the polls and say we cannot possibly let this far left ideology run this country that's what that's what americans rejected in november of two thousand sixteen and it is fascinating to see democrats kind of strut around and say we're there's a blue wave we're going to win in november we're going to take control the house and the senate and of course incidentally immediately begin impeachment proceedings because they can't figure out a way to stop this freight train meanwhile did you hear about the jobless rate us jobless claims have dropped to the lowest level since nineteen seventy three i'm an old man last time the jobless rates the jobless claims rather were this low i was thirteen years old i mean there's a lot of great and let's talk some more about stormy go ahead cnn tells more about stormy wonder how many times today cnn will report how us jobless claims have dropped to two hundred and fifteen thousand last week the lowest level since nineteen seventythree that's big big news eight hundred.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And when senator richard blumenthal who is on the committee that's the vets this said do you believe that brown versus board of education was correctly decided bound brown versus board was the nineteen fifty four supreme court decision that said schools could not be segregated any longer so if she says no she's in favor of segregation and she said senator i don't mean to be coy but i think i can get into a difficult area when i start combination supreme court decisions which are correctly decided and which i may disagree with i would respectfully not comment on what would be my boss is my boss ruling or a ruling on this she's going to be the federal judge that will cover the eastern district of louisiana which includes new orleans city's population is sixty percent african american great story about this over at ross story dot com and so it continues right wendy vetter is not only this i mean she's also so antiabortion that she has said that and promoted the idea that if brochure should be passed out in medical offices saying that women who get abortions are more likely to suffer a violent death because they're attractive to men who have the dna that does that right which gets it the whole dna thing gets us back to trump's i got the best dna race stuff to this is the tom hartman program it's just all together bizarre i don't know how to describe it other than that will pick up your calls throughout the show today give us a show and welcome back dion round lake illinois eighty on what's on your mind today.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Result meaning some kind of action either in the form of a sale or download or whatever the user does that the advertiser wants them to do now as far as third party apps go zuckerberg says he doesn't sell data to them either that when you open an app through facebook you take that data to the app developer yourself not facebook speaking of apps cambridge analytica now so cabrera claims that app developer alexander kogan sold information his app mind from some eighty seven million users to cambridge analytica which is against not just facebook's policy but would be a violation of a federal trade commission consent decree on protecting user data then senator richard blumenthal gave zuckerberg a surprise i want to show you the terms of service that alexandra cogan provided to facebook and note for you that in fact facebook was on notice that he could sell that user information have you seen these terms of service before i have not zuckerberg said he should have been aware to which blumenthal replied that's willful blindness zuckerberg agreed he's not opposed to regulations but he needs well crafted ones that keeps free speech and we'll stifle innovation he'll appear before a house commerce committee today i'm jim roope it's eleven passed nearly a month has passed since the fatal police shooting of stefan clark sacramento police have made a body camera policy change john lawrence has an update on the story the gunfire that killed stefan clark last month can be heard clearly.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"From democratic senator richard blumenthal i have seen no evidence none whatsoever that would justify this criminal referral stunningly and sadly this first major action by the republican leadership of the judiciary committee is aimed at someone who reported wrongdoing rather than committed it what seems more like an effort to distract from the real priorities what should be the priorities of the committee joining us now joe wind banks former assistant watergate special prosecutor and msnbc contributor also can delaney in the intelligence and national security reporter four nbc news can let's start with you what more do we know about this potential investigation into christopher steal we'll katie this is a partisan referral by the republicans only on the new shit judiciary committee and that doesn't mean we should discount it but it's something our viewers should keep in mind and the other thing to know about it and it's classified so we don't have the exact details but i've been doing some reporting and talking to some sources and i have come away with the impression that it is essentially about what christopher seale said about his contacts with reporters apparently something that he told the fbi contradicted with something that appeared through another source and and it's important to understand too that the republicans are not even alleging that christopher steal intentionally lied here they're just saying that there was a material misstatement in a criminal investigation that's lead a lot of democrats to really question the whole premise of this why this would be a criminal referral and it's sort of underscores the extent to which charles grassley and the republicans on the judiciary committee have really been going after steel and the dossier and fusion gps the firm that hired steal four months they've been spending hours and hours of committee time investigating this matter and this appears to be one of the results jill is there any legal reason that you might want to go after christopher steal the only reason would be to divert attention from the real issue congress should be looking at what the russians did we know they interfered with our election we need to know before the next election how to stop at how to prevent them from interfering once again and what ever christopher steals possible misstatement was and as you said we don't know what it is we haven't seen it it can't be worthy of an investigation any further criminal charges.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"The director ray are you confident that your colleagues in the senate republican colleagues will hold the line if the president moves against the dollar investigation that's a great question chris and i am increasingly apprehensive about my colleagues in the senate but they have assured me and members of their leadership have assured me that they will protect the special counsel if he continues his investigation responsibly and diligently as he has done but i also believe that the judiciary committee should move forward with legislation that will protect the special counsel by making any firing or any political interference impossible against him by providing court protection for him all right senator richard blumenthal thank you thank you still the come a surprise resignation by a veteran republican in the house today and senator al franken's parting shot of the president has one more as he announced his resignation today is way open ll republicans believe in something called star over the beast they want towhat are called entitlement programs which are mostly social security and medicare and they don't think they can get the political support to do it and less they have a deficit right it is so large that they have no choice as bruce bartlett on this very programme who worked under president george hw bush in a senior economic policy position laying out the republican game plan on cutting social security and medicare now republicans have not even finished part one yet that would be the passage of a tax plan that will balloon the deficit by at least one trillion dollars mainly benefitting billionaire ayers and corporations like for instance the forty seven billion dollar benefit apple could potentially reap that's right this republican bill could give one company it reduced tax liability that's nearly the gdp of the entire country of croatia but while ramming through a huge tax cut the wealthiest americans house.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Us media outlets are identifying him as devin kelly and military veteran dishonorably discharged from the f was three years ago twenty six people were killed when he opened fire at the chechens this rule town of southern springs president trump and the japanese prime minister shinzo ave have stressed their common stock in confronting the north korean nuclear threat in a joint press conference in tokyo mr trump said the era of strategic patients in relation to pyongyang over missed out they said that all options were on the table the us commerce secretary wilbur ross has been accused of misleading senators after leaks documents known as the paradise papers disclosed his involvement in a company in which some shareholders have ties to the kremlin the democratic senator richard blumenthal told nbc television the connection was george dropping the us commerce department said mr ross hadn't done anything illegal delegates from almost two hundred countries meet today at the first un conference on climate change since president trump announced his intention to withdraw the united states from the paris agreement in a move likely to anga environmentalists a white house adviser is expected to take part in a presentation promoting coal natural gas and nuclear energy a belgian judge has ordered the conditional release of the ousted catalan leader carlos pushed him on and four of his ministers after questioning they wanted by spain to face charges include leading rebellion and sedition and are expected to appear in court in brussels for extradition proceedings within two weeks in australian prime minister malcolm tandel has announced plans to make every mp and senator declare their citizenship status in october the high court found five politicians ineligible to sit in parliament bbc niece welcome back to the foul on the bbc world service we've made nikki beatty and if you then he just joined us he's a rapid recap immersed in the first half of the show active daniel radcliffe not harry potter told us he isn't a method actor singer and musician lower and volet talked very honestly of that her performance nerves and fair and i had a good old chat with choreographies aumf onto reveue heavier defeat us and he still with us in.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"To know that you're speaking from ignorance so i think the most outrageous a speak from experience and if you don't have that reach out to people with curiosity and let them instruct you and then returned to them with the policies infested but that has not stopped by senator richard blumenthal we should ban bumps doc i am not only supporting it i joined in legislation which senator feinstein and i announced jeff literally moments ago that would ban bumps stocks these are the carnage force multipliers okay here is article from chicago tribune headline in our ray ban and dumped stocks at its own firing range i've been to another number firingrange everyone i know of has bam bump stocks so why is it making hypocritical quote bump stocks increased the speed at which bullets were fired and caused the entire weapon to move back and forth in the shooting rim guests who determined that they were lawful do bomb administration the obama administration atf issue a letter exempting them from oversight quote devices designed to allow semiautomatic weapons to function my fully automatic rifles should be subject to additional regulations despite the fact that the administration approve the sale of bumps duck at least two occasions blah blah blah blah blah the alcohol tobacco company at the out the alcohol the atf spokesperson in two thousand ten said i'm quoting the stock has no automatically functioning mechanical parts or springs that performs no automatic mechanical function when installed accordingly we find that the bumps stock is a firearm part and is not regulated as a firearm under gun control act or the national firearms act closecropped letter was signed by john spencer chief of firearm technology of atf by the way the.
"senator richard blumenthal" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"The wbal app how you doing happy monday the dared hundred one of eight on monday the huge monday hummel it's all good will be with you for the next two hours lots of stuff to talk about lots of things going on am going to talk about hollywood we can talk about carlos danger member him talk about the left's insanity political correctness run amok but i wanna start off with what the media's seems obsessed with we are there in the news i'll senator richard blumenthal donald trump tweeted about him today in ghana and tentative blumenthal responded well here's what the president tweeted quote never in us history the new in lied or defrauded voters like senator richard blumenthal he told stories about his vietnam battles from and qwest's how bravery was and it was all lie he cried like a baby and begged her forgiveness like a child now he judges collusion what the president's talking about there sits in connecticut senator richard blumenthal ain't exactly a household name and new really has no bearing in maryland but richard blumenthal is a veteran me military veteran and when he was running for the senate he went around connecticut talking about his experience serving in vietnam when he served in vietnam and they treated us like garbage me it was all the typical things than you would have thought if you just listen to him that he was kneedeep in it except he wasn't while he did serve in the military he served stateside he never went to vietnam but if you listen to he talks about his my service in vietnam it was not a lie technically if you're talking about the time period but it was a lie he when he knew what impression he was giving when he was called out on it he did give a tearful apology he won anyway because it's a connecticut is a very very liberal state but it the president is absolutely right on that front he's a fraud he is a fraud he's weasley fraud who lied used words specifically designed to mislead he wanted people to think he served in vietnam and he didn't so that's what the president's talking about there the other end of pennsylvania avenue the capitol building there is a push the both houses around recess well technically they're not on recess the senate is not adjourned to prevent the.