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Forecast on the Green

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44:24 min | 2 years ago

Forecast on the Green

"From the skies above the finely. Manicured blades of grasping their feet. Today's guests knows how important it is to get the forecast right for the PGA tour were sitting down with BTM's lead senior meteorologist, Stuart Williams, who has spent the last twenty years, providing forecasts for the PGA tour and it's world renowned golfers while the players have their own game plan, mother nature. Sometimes has her own plan as well. We'll discover how simple wind shift or a wilted blade of graph can make a huge impact on course conditions. Plus, when severe weather threatens will get an inside look into the decision making process that helps keep golfers and people safe. Thank you for joining us on the weather geeks podcast. I'm Dr Marshall shepherd Stuart thank you for joining us takes forever. Yes, it's been a pleasure. I'm a golfer, and I was certainly watching the masters and I just want to first of all a out anyone that was involved in the weather decisions. Assoc. Hit with a masters golf tournament because I thought it was brilliant. And I just wanted to get you on whether geeks to talk about the process by which meteorologist works with the PGA tour where did you get into all of that on the on the podcast? But before we do that, Stewart, lemme tell tell the listeners a little bit about, you gotta be s and applied science with an emphasis in meteorology from UNC ashville, your promoted to lead senior meteorologist at DT in which stands for data transmission network in two thousand twelve I found this interesting. Your first job was with a startup called mobile weather, or is it mobile weather you work five tournaments the first year. I is it mobile Alabama? Or is it mobile mobile as mobile weather? So wanna hear all about that? You twenty years experiences an onsite meteorologist, but before we go, there, I have to ask you something I asked all of my guests, what inspired you to become a meteorologist, well may grow up in North Carolina. China as a young man at watch the local meteorologists on TV and in a wintertime, they would say it's going to snow tomorrow, and, of course, getting on excited as a kid that is going to snow the next day, you get up. And you know how tricky weather is specially in Piedmont of North Carolina. It it didn't snow. And so it made me mad. So I, I wanted to figure out why it didn't snow in Greensboro, North Carolina or Winston Salem where I grew up. So, you know, that kind of got my passion in the weather, as you know, I wanna figure out why things didn't happen the way it's supposed to so that, that was my knowledge there to any, any special weather experiences along the way growing up, or even as an adult, that just kind of comes to mind, something that left an imprint on you or any favorite weather that you recall. I think I think mainly for me it was just getting excited about snow in the wintertime. You know, it doesn't happen very often, or where I live. And so. So to get that wants no storm or maybe twice. Maybe in one winner. If you're lucky to get a good snow. That's really, you know, made me excited about whether. Yeah, I, I grew up in the south as well here in Georgia. And so I certainly remember those days wonder if we're gonna have a snow day and as you mentioned, it's really tricky, not only in the Piedmont just in the south in general, and we're talking about snow and where the rain snow line is going to be, you know, I guess we're somewhat of the same generation because these days, my kids, even if it snows they have digital learning days, so they go to school online. So it's just a, a really interesting air the, the day era of snow days for kids almost gone tells little bit about about your company, DT end many people may not be familiar with this company tells a little bit about it, and how you got started there. You know, when I when I got started at DT, and I was actually with mobile weather, and DT and balked mobile weather's North American operations. And so then, that's when I slid over to DT end that was back in two thousand five or the beginning, two thousand six by remember correctly. So anyway, I know DT n got us started to really big agriculture and that's the kind of its grass roots, and, you know, they used to have sidelight system that they would give to all the farmers that they could pay for internet wasn't a big thing back, back in the day. And so to get whether information to the farmers they had the satellite system, where they had a screen, and the little keypad in an a three foot satellite dish, and they would pump weather information to to the farmers. So that was that was wear kind of beginnings of pudding weather online, so to speak. And then, of course the internet's. Progressed and everything but, you know, DT n not only agriculture but they have a big fossil fuels division whether's big big part of that. You know, we do aviation weather DOT weather. We also do sports requisition, which I'm under we do onsite events. And so, you know it's a as a lot marine is big now. So we do a lot of marine. So, you know, it they is a twenty four seven weather operations. But you know, they also do weather systems. We install weather stations across the world to help agriculture and, you know, based on those weather stations we can get all that data and have our own network and based on that we can make our own forecast. So you know it's a it's a big machine and getting bigger. With the company. Yeah, we have I want to say I think we have seventy seven meteorologist now. Oh, wow. Oh, wow. I wasn't expecting it to be that large every one of those forecasters some Marin management and sales and product development. So you know there's a lot of things that we have patents on, you know, for aviation and DOT and things like that. So you know there's a lot of smart people that's behind all this. You know, even are acting CEO's meteorologist, Ron Snyder. So, you know, we have a lot of people in weather meteorologists that have big roles in our company. That's really impressive. And I think for whether geeks listeners, I it's always important at just see the full scope of where meteorology is, I think many people, I know some of our students tend to sort of see meteorologist on TV or with the national weather service, or maybe with a company like a Delta Airlines or someone. But one of the neat things about whether geeks week it to expose the listeners to all types of meteorology indifferent. Nixon crannies of society. Now we're talking. With lead senior meteorologist Stuart Williams of, of D in and he is helping with the PGA tour and has been forecasting in this realm for some time now, your title says you are an onsite meteorologist, obviously that we know what that sort of says, but what does it mean to be an onsite meteorologists? And why do you physically need to be there? You know, obviously and technology today, we can do a lot of what we call met watches, where we have customers that will watch from the office in Minneapolis, and help our customers that way. And they if they have questions, they can call in or we can proactively. Call them. But to have a meteorologist at your event on site set up. Well, obviously, when you have to make decisions about whether how it's going to impact your event, you know, you can come in and see me. I have to laptop computers, have a electric Phil mill that a set up that measures electrical charge in the atmosphere and helps warned us before that first lightning bolts gonna hit at the site or at the tournament. And so having all that technology at your fingertips, you know, I can show you. Hey, this is the radar. The storm is twenty five miles away moving twenty five miles per hour is going to be here. One hour and so being able to show what's moving at you instead of trying to explain to somebody over the phone. On. I just take makes the point easier to make what you're trying to explain to them what's going to happen. And so if they can see it physically and I can show it to you. It just makes the decision process so much easier. The I agree with that, you know, being a professor university. I know that oftentimes there on site. Meteorologists our emergency managers, that are watching the weather for things like the university of Georgia football, game, or other SEC or major conference, what ball games and other activities, you mentioned something, and I want to kind of pivot there little bit because you mentioned sort of lightning, which is a significant hazard for outdoor sporting events. What do you, do you use the similar criteria to say what college football or college athletics us where there's a lightning strike? You've got to wait within a certain range or radius. You have to wait a certain amount of time. What what what are your guidelines there? If we take a golf Termine, for example, every golf course is different. Some are more compact, some are spread out over several miles through neighborhoods. So there's different dynamics involved as far as trying to make the decision, you know, window, we stop. And when when we are safe to go back out and play. So, you know, we have a kind of a guide rule that if lightning hits within ten miles or inside a ten miles definitely gonna stop. Because, you know, we want to have enough time to get those spectators back to the buses and evacuated and get those players in for safety but time is a lot of it also. So if, if we're in a golf course, it's very spread out with may take at least thirty minutes or maybe a little longer. At least get those spectators to the buses. So we may actually do more time than we would distance as far as the lightning goes. So for us depending on the each place. You know, we may stop forty five minutes ahead of time or an hour, depending on the situation to get plenty of time to get those spectators back to the buses. Yes, always about safety. And I know the American meteorological society as, as recently reviewed some of its recommendations. I don't know that those have been released publicly yet, but in terms of guidance on lightning outdoor events as well, talking with lethal your meteorologists, Stuart Williams now recently, no people watch. The masters tournament, and I know the PGA championships are coming up soon as we are taping this, I thought the masters was an excellent example of preemptively making a decision, I think, all too often for major events. People make decisions based on hope and not planning and weather forecasting is good enough now that we can make preemptive decisions and not hope that it won't rain or hope that it won't storm talk about sort of the preemptive role that you play in large events, major impactful of like the masters, the and I know you may not be able to talk about some of in terms of it, because I know there's some sort of agreements that you have. But in general for large impactful event what is your thinking when you start thinking about the decisions for those of its? Well, you know if it's if it's a. Sundays of the big big days. You know every tournament wants to finish at six o'clock or whatever they're finish. Time is. And this is there one week to shine. You know, they wanna have live Goff in sodas television, televisions of big driver. That's big money involved. They have sponsors. They deal with advertisers. So, you know, it's, it's not it's not a small decision if we. Have the conversation that we need to maybe try to consider playing early on a Sunday. And the only reason we really talk about it is a lot of these tournaments do not want to go to Monday, obviously, the PGA tour, though, go to Monday, they have to, but really, you know, cost a lot of money to come back on Monday. Because now you gotta bring security back TV's gotta come back. You gotta bring volunteers back. You gotta have food and all those things that cost a lot of money to go an extra day. So when we go is going to have to be a big significant event for us to even consider talking about do we need to go early on Sunday. Most of the time, it's because of severe weather, or there's a very, very high chance is going to be rain and thunderstorms. It's going to have a big impact or in the afternoon. And that will prevent us from finishing play on Sunday. So we have these conversations. Through the week, but really the big conversation happens on a Saturday. So this decision to do this may twenty four hours before Sunday morning, so Saturday, we have these conversations in the officials sponsors, they come in TV is involved a if we're going to do this. You know what's the likelihood we're going to get hit? And so, you know, this is where our expertise comes in this, when we think is going to happen. This is what time we think these storms are gonna hit. And so based on what we tell them they, they'll, they'll make the decision the officials in the sponsors if they wanna play early that the next day to try to avoid the afternoon, thunderstorms. So, you know, believe it or not. I mean, we have these conversations probably three or four times the whole year because in a summertime if you, you know, we could go early every single weekend avoid any kind of weather if we wanted to. But if it's a normal summertime day and it's a thirty percent chance for pop up thunderstorm. I mean do we you know go early just because of a thirty percent chance of thunderstorm. No is going to have to be a really highlight the hood of a major impact to the turnament for us to decide to go early and player. The Weather Channel is partnering with lands in to give you a chance to win some amazing gear three lucky winners will receive the new ultimate rain jacket that the Weather Channel meteorologist will be wearing during the upcoming hurricane season. So what are you waiting for? Enter for your chance to win at we love weather dot TV slash lands in that we love weather dot TV slash land in. And we are back on the weather. Geeks podcast. I'm Dr Marshall shepherd from the university of Georgia. I'm speaking with DT and lead senior meteorologist, Stuart Williams, you can think of him as the PGA tour is meteorologist in the sense because that's what he does. He's an onsite meteorologist, and he's helping to keep people safe and player safe in terms of weather events. And we were just talking about the decision making process for major events like the masters and we have the PGA championships coming up soon, I'm sure you'll be involved there, do you. And this is something that just came to mind. Do you think a much much about sort of sort of climatology of the locations where you see that tournaments are going with the master's? We know it's the same place every year. So you kind of understand what, what to expect you're, you're talking about summertime and thirty percent, chance of thunderstorms. But do you sort of have a feel for the courses, and sort of the, the tendencies of the weather and climate in those locations? You kind of consider that your deliberations. Oh, yeah. You know. Me having doing this done this for over twenty some years, you know, we the PGA tour has always had a scheduled where, you know, January we're in Hawaii. And then we go to California, and Arizona in February March were in Florida and then April were in the deep south. And then we kind of work our way up a little bit northward, and then we're in Texas in may, and then June, July and August. We go up to the northeast midwest and so forth and Canada, and then we work our way back down in the fall. So, you know, knowing where we're going for the whole year. You know, obviously, when we go to California in February. That's their rainy season. And so we went there in June or July, it'd be totally different than when we're there in February. So, you know, working these events every single year you pretty much learn what the look for in, if we go to a new place that we never been to before, then a lot of times, you know, I'll ask the locals. Hey, what kind of happens this time of year? Kinda give me a feedback of what you think the typical weather pattern is and even the volunteers tell you a weather never comes from this direction. It always comes from this direction or comes from the south is a lot worse than if it comes from the north. So, you know, little tips like that kind of help us plan ahead and then obviously us as meteorologist we go to these places every single year. Well, we ride a report each week of things that happened things to look for typically in this departure fee. You know, north wind does this look out for the seabreeze here that kind of thing. So if you've never been there before we have documentation that a meteorologist can go look and say, okay, this is what I need to look for when I go here. So we do have a good database as far as meteorology is concerned things to look for now, now you are meteorologist, and you have a team of meteorologists Lithgow too. Little bit. On the weather. What, what are some of your forecasting observational tools that are kind of, in your tool kit? And do you have a favorite toy? If you will, that, that really is your go to HR model or the European Jeff s or what do you like to us? Oh, well, we look at all those obviously, but, you know, in the summertime convective pattern, obviously, aged triple ours, very useful because, you know, as you know, when it's when it's on it's very good, and, and it's really accurate as far as helping us pinned down where things are going to develop and move towards at a certain time and, you know, but we do look at the Namm the three k nam the GFMS the, the European model and, and in house, we can sector those to the southeast northeast or traveling internationally, the GIF s new European model we, we can sector those to wherever we go with the PGA tour. So you know, as very nice for us to be able to have that at our fingertips to be able to make forecast. Fast and that kind of thing, and, you know, obviously to, you know, we have that electric Phil mill we have an amount Matre, that's attached to that. Because the wind is very important on the PGA tour in any golf tournament. When plays a major role as far as how golf courses set up. So if you have a strong wind and the players face when they tee off. Then though move, those t- blocks up so the whole plays little shorter in his coming from behind him. They'll move those T blocks backs of the whole place longer. So, you know, so all these wind is very important as far as the setup if we're going to have rain that day that plays a big role, where that whole locations going to go on the green, so, you know, all those things have an impact in golf. So we, we try to be as accurate as we can. So we use any everything that look at to make the most accurate forecast for them. While I just learned a couple of things new here and I want to kind of follow up on those with a question. But before I do that, I some of the listeners are enthusiasts that may not be familiar with some of our. Acronym soup. So you heard us mention the H, R H triple are. That's a short term weather model that typically runs in this sort of, you know, within twenty four hours and timeframe bit different from the G F S of the European model that you often hear meteorologist, talk about what you're more large-scale, synoptic skill several days in advance type models, this HR R, our model takes term information radar and very detailed observations and can give us a, a really nice, sort of zero to twenty hour. So prediction of the weather, and so really useful for the types of things that I could imagine stewardess thinking about, but what really caught my ear just now in your answer is something that I didn't know. So you actually, there is strategic sort of changing of the sort of gaming philosophy if you will based on the weather in terms of, you know, adjusting the teas or hole placement based on expected rainfall. So I wanted. To pivot there because I wanted to ask you to share with the listeners the various ways, other than severe weather sort of interrupting Madge. How does weather impact game play in a given turnament in general? Oh, yeah. Most people don't realize the most subtle things that most people wouldn't even think about, as far as, you know, fog, for example. Well, who cares about fog? Well, guess what? It has a high impact on golf. Because when we t off in the morning. That little white ball. You can't see it if it's foggy. So if those players can't see the ball going down the fairway and they can't see halfway down the fairway. Then obviously, we can't play golf. So having a fog forecast is useful for the officials. They're prepared to make some plans, just in case we have to stop for a couple of hours when we come in first thing in the morning on, let's say the first round on Thursday. Like I said, win has a major role if, if, if we're going to have really high winds. Let's say wind gust of thirty to thirty five and higher. Will they'll do different things to the greens. They may be won't double cut them or role to make them real smooth. They may actually add more water to the green so that ball when it lands on the green and stops it doesn't get blown off the green because you cannot play on the rules of golf. If you the ball moves you put it back and it moves again, because of the wind, now, we can't play golf. So they'll grow that grass a little bit taller on the. Greens of slow them down. So hopefully, it will give it more grip. So wind is a very big crucial element as far as having an accurate forecast frost, most people don't realize we do frost forecast. Also the likely to having frost the next day because when we're in the desert and February or some of the fall of end. Specially late, you know fog fall frost is a possibility. So you know, you don't wanna step on the grass and kill the grass if it's frozen. So, you know, frost will delay us. So, you know, those little things that most people don't realize that has an impact at golf tournaments. I was talking to a friend of mine who is in the weather business himself. And he was talking about even that some greens, or some golf courses. They monitor the soil moisture conditions and I think you alluded to this with wet wedding of the greens, but soil moisture or the green moisture if you will impacts the pace of the putting on the green. You're, you're right. There are some subtleties that people probably just don't think about is incredible. The tour has their own group of agronomist and, you know, they're they, they work with the local superintendent of each golf course and we're kind of tied to the hip with those guys because, you know, whether plays a big role on how the golf course is gonna play. So the agronomist wanna know E T rates evapotranspiration if anybody's out there knows what that is. But, you know, we helped him with the rates how much the humidity is and what to do points are, and how much moisture is in the air because Ed affects how the grass grows and if they're expecting a lot of rain, they're going to change what they do. And all these agronomist who they take moisture readings in the soil to see how dry the greens, Arn, how much moisture, they need to add to keep all those conditions. What the PGA tour wants the golf course to be. So it's amazing. Just science alone. As far as growing grass. And meteorology how close everything works together. Yeah. This, this really isn't lightning talking with Stuart Williams of the of DTM who makes forecasts for the PGA tour meteorologists. And this is a real Geico. I mean, it's a it's if you're if you're a golf enthusiasts or a weather enthusiasts this podcast is essentially a the best case scenario for you. So hopefully, you, you let others know about this. If you've listened to us because, I mean, I'm a golfer enemy, you're Alderson. I'm learning all kinds of new things Stewart. I want to ask you are there certain golf courses just in your twenty plus years of experience, that just tend to have more weather issues. Yeah. I think there's, there's some that have a, you know, possibly get a bad rap for weather, Lasota speak. You know, Pebble Beach is one where we go in February, and they could have definitely extremes. I mean two years ago, they had offshore flow, which was is a warm wind in, and it makes everything clear and beautiful and floor in California. So, you know, they had sunny, highs eighty degrees and February at Pebble Beach, and it was a beautiful week. And then we go there this year, and it's total opposite. It's it's in the forties and fifties. And his raining sideways, and they've had really high winds knocked some scoreboards down the week before the tournament did some damage to tent. So, you know, that's one of the places we go to that. You kind of hope hope for the best when you go, because, you know, those strong low pressure systems slam into the west coast, and in the wintertime. Well, they pack a punch. So some of those California events and then, you know, we, we Florida obviously we're in March. So it's not too bad in March. But, you know, we do go back late in the year and you could have some weather there. So yeah, there's there's some places. We used to go to Denver, Colorado and that was notorious for having dry thunderstorms every afternoon. And it's a total different way of thinking as far as forecasting me being on the east coast and Dr Sheppard, you appreciate this. You know we have do points in the fifties and airs dry in it's it's comfortable to us. Then we go to Denver. We used to go to Denver in a summertime. Probably July, if they get do points, you know, forty to forty five they're screaming is humid today. It's humid, and of course, all those storms blow up in, in the Rockies there and they roll off into the valley of where. Denver is and everything and all kinds of lightning. So, you know, it's just a total different way of thinking immediately how to forecast that, you know, fifty degree do points in the east, nothing's going to happen to, you know do points at thirty five to forty and we're going to get thunderstorms. So definitely, it was a learning experience for me. I can tell you that. And we are back on the weather podcast. I'm Dr Marshall shepherd talking with Stuart Williams of in, and we're talking all things. Meteorology weather, golf PGA tour. The fascinating discussion, thank you for joining his Stewart. I wanted to, you know, one aspect of weather. That is not necessarily telegenic doesn't get a lot of coverage but can be a problem. In fact, national weather service data suggests that temperature extremes kill more people every year than any weather more so than lightning and tornadoes, and hurricanes, now you're offers on the PGA tour play in some very hot conditions. Sometimes you ever deal with just sort of heat and apparent temperature. He'd index related issues. You know, back in the day, this is back in the nineties, and all that, you know, the caddy's everybody had to wear long pants and so the cat he's had long pants on. And they used to have these canvas caddy bibs that they would wear that were thick. And so they didn't breathe at all and they're very hot. So, you know, the, the PGA tour and over the years. And now let's the caddy's wear shorts, you know, every day which helps them keeps him a little bit cooler, but the caddy bibs are thinner fabric now that have holes in them, and they're very breathe -able, so the very lightweight. And so, you know, they've done a lot of things to, to help the caddy's out. And so, but there are kind of an unwritten rule in place that if we're going to have extreme heat, and humidity and the heat index is going to be over one hundred and five degrees. Then though definitely let the caddy's not where those caddy bibs they'll make them option. Title and things like that. So they'll put extra water out and power aid, and those kind of things. So, you know, the PGA tour is pretty sensitive to it, and even the players even though you know they're allowed to wear shorts now on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. But when they play actual the tournament, they have to wear the long pants, but, you know, those players are weather savvy. They, they know what they need to do to keep cool. And, and so, you know, it's definitely a weather since of business. And so everybody's in tuned to how much I have a colleague at the university of Georgia. That does a lot of heat related work with the football teams at the high school in professional level. And he's been really advocating something called the wet bulb globe temperature because it, he says it's a little bit more interesting and gets it not only the heat index related issues how the body responds to heat are do you have any experience. We went globe temperature you still pretty much issues, the heat index believe it or not over the last several years. We. A lot of universities as clients, you know, that use our online tools. You know, we have a product called weather, century online, that has radar and lightning data can send out alerts for lightning, and that kind of thing and helps them make decisions but on there is web blow, what Bohm globe temperatures. And so, I know the incident NCWA now uses that as their as their decision maker, you know, to, to stop practices or change our practice times, to maybe the mornings, and that kind of thing. So it definitely is getting a bigger and more popular as far as making decisions to keep people safe from the heat. Yeah. Now it's something that I wasn't that familiar with myself until I talked to him. And he just said it has a bit more sort of body, physiological science and consideration to thought that was interesting. I, I wanna I wanna ask you this question kind of a fun question here. Are there any sort of forecast that you recall being particularly challenging or surprising for you over your career when you like got that one wrong or oh, I was really proud of that, when I'm nailed it. Yeah, there's a lot of that. I mean, you know, for us like we talked earlier, as far as trying to make the decision to go to tease early on a Sunday play early. Well, you know we make those decisions. We're looking at the latest data on that Saturday of what we think, is going to happen in, as you know, sometimes we'll nail that and look like geniuses. And sometimes what? Maybe convection happen overnight in that left more stable boundary layer, and maybe a left a lot of cloud cover that morning that prevented the atmosphere to heat up, and then as the cold front approaches in the afternoon. Guess what it doesn't do what you thought it was going to forecast the day before. So there are -tunities there. I mean times many times where we went to tease early to, to avoid the bad weather that it really wasn't all that bad. Maybe they had a storm or two in the area, but it didn't hit the golf course where the day before looked like well we're going to get a strong severe line of storms that we're not gonna miss, so you know is very difficult for us. You know, to nail every one of those because, you know how whether is changes in twenty four hours changes so quickly. So the small little things that you need to make that weather event. Well, one of the ingredients is missing guess. What now your forecast doesn't look as good as did the day before? So you know it happens. But for the most part, I'd say we get probably ninety eight percent of them, correct. You know, we're never going to be a hundred percent but I'm pretty proud of our truck record out there. You know, getting most of the scenarios, correct. And you're, you're talking about something Stewart that I talk about a lot on social media in things that I right, which is that weather. Forecasts are actually pretty good. I mean, if you step back and look at the big picture, weather, forecasting, quite accurate within a zero to five day, perhaps even the seven day, it's just that people tend to remember the times that there's a miss, and those are few and far between, but boy, when they happen, people, hang onto them in the same way that, you know, on the PGA tour, one of the golfers may be an outstanding putter within four feet of the hole, but he might miss one that cost him and deterrment they'll be talking about that for weeks. So, I think we deal with that a little bit and weather. And the other thing that I would say, is that, you know, we deal with long-term source synoptic scale, weather, and those are really the patterns are fairly well predictable, but when you're dealing with the types of things, I'm magin you're dealing with we're dealing with things at the what we meteorology, call the. Convective scale, the, the Mesler scale, and these things are happening at scales, where sometimes the models just miss. Some of those processes are list miss some of those stable layers left by rainfall the night before. So I think you're hitting on a very key point that we deal with meteorologist, yeah. Also, too. You know, the like you said the forecast of, you know, the computer models. The things we look at the tools we use every year. They get better and better. And, you know, they make our job easier. But still an inexact science is never going to be perfect. And when you have an atmosphere, that's, you know, sixty thousand feet up into the air one little thing way up above, because it make a difference down here at the surface. So it definitely makes it more difficult for a sometimes to get it. Exactly right. But with with the forecast being so good and accurate. Now, I think everybody expects to be one hundred percent accurate time, and guess what is it still is not exactly? Act yet, and I don't know, ever ever will be it won't because we're dealing with a non linear system, the atmosphere, and we're solving equations, and linear rising, those into computer models. So there's going to always be some era. But what I always say is may meet any other profession where you get ninety five plus percent. Accuracy out out take that any day in any profession. I think we're, we're held to a different standard that perhaps some other folks that forecast, the future, you know, I can stocks and sports and other things. I, I want to just send kudos to you and your colleagues in all meteorologist out there because I really push back on those notions that weather forecast are inaccurate. Hey, are you a golfer yourself by the way, I used to play a lot more when I was younger, you know, they save you wanna play golf don't get into golf business. So, you know, for me being a golf course, twenty eight weeks year when I get home, the last place, I want to be a golf course. Plus, too. You know my wife. During the week. And so she's off on the weekends. So I like to spend the time with the family on the weekends. And then my buddies who do play golf there working during the week when I'm off, so you know, I think played once last year. Yeah. I, I enjoy playing too, but just my schedule, I just then family to kid, teen, teen preteen kids, and so they keep me busy. So I certainly understand that. Hey, any fun encounters with any players over the years in terms of them asking you for, for four k personal forecast, or any sort of specific weather stories with any memorable players or people, we might know? Oh, yeah. I mean, you know, the there's a lot of guys live in Florida. And so a lot of them are fishermen. So, you know, they like to know what the winds are going to do on the east coast of Florida, so to speak AM gonna go fishing next week. You know what, how's that going to impact was wins going to do with the season to do so? Yeah, there's some guys that really wanna know what the weather is for their off time. Some of them goes. Skiing in winter. Hey how's it looking Colorado next week? So, yeah. Some of those guys will ask personal forecast, speak, you know discount to get an idea what they're gonna do and Davis. Love is a big fisherman hunter and things like that. So we'll talk a little bit. When he's out. And I want to give a shot out to ninety four point five WPI in Greensboro, which is where Stuart Williams is coming to us from today on the weather geeks podcast, just sort of provoked a invoked. The thought of my mind, the LPGA, the are they using the same types of weather procedures and frankly using you all in their, their processes. Well magic absolutely. You know, the LPGA we have couple guys, I'll work our one or two of their Vince during the year to change things up. But yeah, we have a couple guys dedicated to do their tour. And you know they have the same issues as the PGA tour. They, they, you know, wind and rain and storms. They wanna do the same thing. And keep everybody safe that the PGA tour does. So you know they they use a lot of the same protocols. And, and you know to, to say that each end to be honest with each individual tournament has their own evacuation plan in place. So they have. Vans on all over the golf course and players are directed to go to those vans, and they can bring them into the clubhouse and both both tours have LED boards that we put weather warning signs on say, inclement weathers in protein, you know, severe storms approaching seek shelter media those kind of things. So we, you know, there's is a lot of similarities in both tours as far as getting the message out, and keeping people safe. Two final questions for you. Have really enjoyed this podcast with Stewart's. Thank you for coming on two final questions. One. I mean, you all seem to figure this out like I said, the AM s issued a statement last year with guidance on outdoor venues public events and weather because in that and I was actually involved in writing that and one of the things we talked about, is that we've got to move from this hope or wait and see mentality when we have large outdoor Vince and the PGA in your company seem to figured it out. Where do you think we as a enterprise, whether enterprise are headed in this regard? I can tell you just for our company standpoint. I mean we did over one hundred and fifty events last year twenty-seven or those think for internationally like Asia, and, you know, Mexico wherever PGA tour goes, and that kind of thing. So each year, we keep adding more vents, I mean, we're adding outdoor concerts. I mean, we do the Dublin Irish festival in Dublin Ohio, that's a one of the largest Irish fed. Festivals in North America and it's a three day event. And so more and more organizations and outdoor events are having to. Anna meteorologist to their VIN or at least a service where they can call and ask questions. You know, can we are we going to be safe with time to we need to stop this kind of thing? So, you know, I, I see this part of the business continued to grow and expand because people, I you know, organizations like the national weather service, and the I think they're working more with the private sector because I see it at the Vince, all the time the weather service, you know, they'll reach out before let's say the big PGA championship next week. Hey, we're going to be there on site. And so we would meet with them and say, hey, we have the golf course handled you guys handled the public part of the parking lots the the road. So all of these things, I think are going to be adding more and more business to let's say DT end because, you know, we do so many vendors in, I think the words getting out now that, hey, we probably need to get help with our VIN. If we want to keep moving forward. Yeah. I the major league baseball games and other things we do. I mean we, we are contract with major league baseball. They have a call in service, and we have a dedicated meteorologists that watches all their, you know, playoffs and World Series events. And, you know, the, the all star game that kind of thing, the NFL, you know, we, we help them to with their outdoor activities outside the Super Bowl because a lot of times it is a dome, so that doesn't really impact the game, but they're concerned about the outdoor festivities that they have, so more and more of these organizations are, are getting weather help, and it's definitely satisfying and very gratifying to me that, that, it's, it's we just keep growing, and growing, and it's very, it's very awesome. Thing to see. And the technology and the finances, there, that, that, that organization certainly should take advantage of, of the expertise of the meteorological community last question is golf alone. You know, golf used to be the number one. Sport that had people killed by lightening. And guess what? If you've looked at the list lately, I don't know if you have but is down the list now golf is no longer number one. So I think I had maybe a little bit of part of role for that, you know, all these golf courses and clubs have lightning systems now the blow horns alert their membership that Lightnings in the area. So I think golf has been the leader in this for twenty some years now, and it's definitely gratifying, and that was actually the question I was going to ask, what, what was happening some of the local clubs because you have a lot of golfers walking around with, with large metal sticks during severe one. Like I said, you know, we have our online stuff that a lot of clubs belong to that text them them when lightning hits and whatever threshold, they have it set, you know, so of lightning gets within eight miles at our golf course. They get a text and they can pull their membership in. And there's a lot of lightning systems out there that horns tied to them as well. So, you know, golf is definitely, I think been a big leader lightning, we're, we're going to have to end it. I've been talking with lead senior meteorologist, DT in Stuart Williams, who forecasts for the PGA tour Stewart, their place where they can find you on social media, you or DTM. Yeah. I mean at DT and weather. If you wanna follow us on Twitter, or Facebook, and then I have a Facebook account just stored Williams, you can find me there. And then my Twitter account is at PGA W X men, one the number one. So PJ w ex-man one. Very good. Very good. This has been an amazing podcast to it. I want to thank you for joining us on the weather geeks podcast. Oh, thank you. Dr Sheppard is a pleasure as been honored to talk to you. I've been following you for a long time. Thank you for those kind words and offer this Ning, and we'll see you next time be sure to subscribe out there on itunes, it, we love, whether TV or Stitcher, your other favorite podcasts out. I'm Dr Martian shipper from diversity of Georgia indices.

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Why do we spend so much time on instagram? Why do we feel the need to document our lives with filters and gifts in Hashtags? Why do we spend every ten seconds of free time scrolling through post by people that we know and perhaps more to the point by people? We don't know what are we looking for? What are we hoping to gain? Why do we care? And why is instagram? Still Cool even though it's owned by facebook a company that has become very uncool in the eyes of its critics Adam. Azeri took over instagram. About a year and a half ago just days after the Apps co-founders announced that they were stepping down amid disagreements with Mark Zuckerberg since then Adam has been pioneering new innovations in video commerce. Advertising will also trying to keep instagram cool and avoid the pitfalls that come with being part of the parent company. You know all that stuff about user safety harmful content misinformation etc. Instagram has well over one billion users now and despite pressure from competitors like tick tock one gets the sense that instagram has only scratched the surface when it comes to the ways it might influence our lives a quick disclosure in this conversation adamant I briefly discussed the soon to be launched video platform qube. Nbc Universal Minority Investor in Qube and NBC. News is producing a Daily News. Show for the platform. Here's my conversation with Adam massery. Okay so I have A. I have a small beef to pick with your use of instagram. Please like as a user. The Guy who runs it. Yeah Yeah Yeah okay. So I'm looking at your recent posts what I got. See this poster of a mountain. And you're saying it's your first day back on the slopes I stay out skiing this winter. Yeah I I'm a skier. You don't tag the location. Yeah so I have no clue what mountain you're on yeah and it just seems to me like Instagram Greaves. You this really great tool tag. We can be like. Here's where I am there too. Telegraph to someone who might want to know what ski slope? You're on and you don't do that. I'm just thinking you could use instagram more effectively than intentional. Why security okay. Up over the last year it hurts me because I love skiing living outside I snowboard. I Ski And I like tagging places. I love eating. I eat a lot of places. I sometimes post pictures of my food. It's a little bit too stereotypical. But but I want to 'cause I want to celebrate these awesome places yes but I Security stuff has turned into a thing that have had to start to understand over the last year or two. Yeah I wasn't. There's been an issue with like people outside your house even yeah I was doing. Swatting is yeah they are they call the SWAT team and someone calls and they Essentially say something horrible is happening. Your House and then as Tim shows up. Don't talk about it too much publicly because you don't want to encourage copycats sure but just generally in the role people are gonNA disagree with decisions. Instagram makes even if I don't make them personally and some of those people are GonNa be disgruntled and they're gonNA resort to bad tactics. Yeah And I got little kids and stuff. Just just stop tagging location. Yeah one of the more casualties of the job is this. Do you feel I? I didn't even want to dive into all this stuff right away. But do you feel like that is that is strictly because you are the CEO of a powerful and influential company or is that very specific? Because it's because it's a facebook company and facebook has been through the ringer of of public opinion for the last five years. A bit of both. I think fundamentally when your platform then you often end up inevitably getting deeply involved in people's lives. They might use you to tell stories. That are very personal to them. They might use you to make a living And with that comes a lot of responsibility we try to take that responsibility really seriously but when things go wrong if you get your account disabled then it creates much more anger than like. I don't know if you're just city stops working for a couple of hours. Yeah and so as the head of an organization that owns responsible for that platform. You're never going to be A target of that anger. Yeah instagram really matters to people. I'm in my mid thirties and instagram surrounds me. People are on it all the time. It's not just that they have like ten seconds to themselves. And there's going through agreements like they might be mid conversation with you and they'll jump in instrument. Maybe I need to be more interesting interlocutor. But of heard what what? What is it about instagram? As opposed to any other social media network the people just feel the need to like check in with what people they know are doing up to multiple times a day and then on top of that chicken with what people they don't know or up to influencers celebrities brands. A few things. Come to mind. Attorney rambled because I do think. That's what podcast podcast. The more you talk the questions I have to ask. That's True Jack Tactic. I think a few different things I think one is world different but we do tend all have some core basic. Me's one is to connect with people that we care about. That could be Family it could be friends a lot of us. Have I think according to express ourselves? Those things are related. But they're not quite the same a lot of us want to understand what's relevant At any given moment and as way more information out there than anybody can process anymore so platforms like ours that aggregate a bunch of information and try to show you what you're most interested in Have more and more peel every year as you're just like I don't Wanna read seventeen. Different newspapers or go to a bunch of different blogs currency was all in one place. I also think that we have leaned into a couple really important for lack of a lesser silicon valley sounding Phrase PARADIGM SHIFT. At one of them is just visual like people respond to fotos people respond even more videos. And we've been you know visual. I always and that is really helped. I think has a tailwind for our How much people use like using our platform? Another one we've been very successful with what we call creators. And there's this massive shift right now of power from the organization to the individual journalists have more power relative to publications than they used to actors more power relative to like show runners or shows or in our studios and they used to and so some of that was Luxembourg. That was good planning but that has also helped us just stay relevant And maybe the last one is this is death rambling We've always focused on young people. we've tried to designed for young people. I and we do that. Because young people are trendsetters it also because culture chases youth and I think that's helped to stay relevant. Yeah instagram still feels. They still cool place to go. And I don't know if that's because you know I don't know if it's because of the filters orcas like the culture around instagram. So much of it is sort of putting your best foot forward insuring the sort of not not always but in a lot of cases showing the SORTA like glamorous or cool version of your life and it is somehow like maintain that cool despite the fact that facebook has been portrayed at least by critics in in this sort of lake narrative for the last ten years. As being very uncool. It seems to me like one of your jobs is keeping instagram. Cool despite what has been like a greater integration an integration of facebook and instagram and all the other APP family of APPs as it's called is reasonable. I think we've stayed relevant because of those things I said before primarily because I think we try to really build things that are meaningful for young people. I mean tried to build things that are really helpful or useful for creators and those. I think they're both trendsetters. They're both I think you know. Define a lot of ways. What is cool? There is tension. I mean we're stronger with young people and we're stronger with creators then. Facebook is I don't think it's a bad thing I think it's good to have different strengths than complementary strengths Yes I think. Being part of the FACEBOOK company is complexity in terms of like staying relevant for the truth is it's always hard to stay. Relevant people move on people get interested in the new thing for a whole bunch of different reasons and so I think that is a challenge that's primarily just because they know we're still around seven or eight years later we're but yes it is. I think complicated. Further by the fact that we're part of facebook so but then in terms of like staying relevant a new service like tick tock comes along for instance and like overnight seemingly surging. And it's like this new thing and the use among a very young audience is like really high and it is offering something very different from what instagram offers. Like what are you? What are the lessons that you learn from that do you? Do you look talking. Say Okay. They're doing X Y and Z. Right we got to figure out how to do. X Y and Z the same. Try TO GO ONE LEVEL DEEPER. We try and we try to learn from competitors And it doesn't their thing with too late. There's probably competition for ten. Isn't there things like tick tock trying to pick off? Oh yeah a very aggressive at pushing town from US interesting tic TAC and more specifically by Dan's has been around for a long time and has been trying to compete with facebook and the family of APPS so to speak for a long time. They have really taken off in the US over the last. Let's say you're too in terms of cultural relevancy. But they're not that's not new. I mean we are. We take the competition really seriously how. `Bout you have to also really appreciate just the tenacity and determination and the success that they've had so what do you like? Do you first of all do you use to duck. I do you try so just to answer your question from before what do you what do you learn from it you you try and take you out of it for a second Whether that is about like feeling threatened or not or willing or not being willing to build features that are super similar or the same. You try to understand. What is the reason behind their success? What are they tapping into? That is valuable and important understand and then does that thing overlap with our core reason to be and then if so then how can we learn from them and then maybe build things that are similar maybe Volvo we do or maybe some combination of both tick tock is I think really good at a couple of different things and you can talk about their success running their business and how much money they've put into position and content but I think the things that are the most interesting lessons for us to learn from them are one? They are a place where people really feel like. They have an opportunity to break. You can just sort of make it on talk. Oh you mean like breakout. Yeah Yeah and that is a really appealing exciting Opportunity that a lot of young people are really interested in and you spend hours working on your afternoon because you might just make in the Hashtag for you and the rest of it. Yeah and actually think instagram people break incident. But we're much better at growing people that have that spark small too big. Then we are getting you from someone who no one knows about two to that that spark yeah and then the other thing that they're really good at is the places to go and be reliably entertained. Right it's fun to go. Watch a bunch of take talks. They're gonNA make you laugh. Yeah they're gonNA suck you in That overlaps heavily with a lot of what we do. Actually you know particularly in explore where you go to discover new things just to pass time to be entertained. I will say again. Maybe this is anecdotal. Maybe I just missed the boat but I tried to having. I remember like I tried diving into tick tock and I will say having not fed the algorithm with my interests rolling. Maybe if I'd like Search Tab for like NBA highlights and stuff like that. I would have gotten a more curated feed but I remember diving to talk and just feeling like he was extremely voyeuristic. It is and in a way that was like we can get into talking about harmful content and all that but like I was like how did I just open this APP and I'm just watching like I'm GonNa Guess like fourteen sixteen eighteen year old girls just like basically dancing being sexually exploited data and like guys running into laws to me the whole? I don't know it just I was like. How is this good content house this time well spent? Yeah I mean it's it's the right question. I think that there's different types of continental tire. There's definitely content. That feels borderline problematic. Not just treated problematic to examples are good ones. I'm certainly anything that's violent or anything that just feels like. You're sexualizing. Minors like just a real problem. Yeah but there's also a lot of fun just entertaining stuff. He's you know lip. Synching is like a Karaoke. Like it's like you know that is it's funny. There's a dancing people actually dance on. Instagram is a really important dance on. Tick Tock both okay but I'm saying we we see that too I'm not saying we should be excited about watching some young girl dance in overly sexual way but a lot of dances in about that. A lot of answers about expression. It's fun it's about life. It's about beat it's about your heart rate What the renegade dance that actually blew up and take type but that was started by a fourteen year old girl from Atlanta actually on Dub Smash and then Tick Tock Created a sort of took it and then blew it up on tack on Tick Tock. That's awesome yeah That's not good. Yeah I guess there's good and there's bad it's always good and bad. I think I just felt like they were frontloading bad. Well it's tough because they their default experiences an unconnected experience. Meaning that the default thing when you open up ticked off because this thing called for you and it's stuff that is super popular right And then you have to be careful. Because ranking is to a certain degree at the whims of the masses whereas instagram starts with content from people who've decided to follow so we can tap a little bit more into your pre preferences was first order preferences in Second Order Preferences But all all media platforms run the risk of no overly optimizing for like the base of your whatever. Yeah I think the trick is to make sure thoughtful about incentives that you set and what you optimize for. We'll be back in just a minute. If you've ever had to hire you know we can be tough to find the right person. Can they do the job? Well are they going to be the best culture fit? Luckily we now have a place to help us. 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It was the codename for making like private. Yeah Yeah so Why make counts private? So the idea was to depressurize. The experience was to make it to the people focus a little bit less on. How many likes again a little bit more on connecting to people they care about or being inspired by people that look up to and that's still the idea it's not that bad concer actually really good and a lot of ways and aren't they part of the appeal for some people. I mean I feel like part of the reason people keep going back to instagram and posting stuff about their lives with hashtags and filters and whatnot is like because they want the little endorphin rush from like I got. You know people like my stuff. That feels good. Different feels good to get positive feedback in the experience that we're testing in most all of them. You still get likes. Does nobody can see how many likes you have. So you don't have to feel like you need to perform. Are you need to reach a certain threshold in order for it to be okay? Which is nice. I think like I have it on my instagram. Because I'm obviously trying to experience it but I don't really have it because people can still see how many likes my post and the whole point is that I could feel free of that pressure of having a performance level. The other costs though which is separate from what we're talking about. Now which is really the producers experienced. Do I show do I feel like I get positive reinforcement for my sharing? Is that good? That bad is also placed to understand what's culturally relevant to our conversation from before and Lichens are pretty useful way to get a sense for how relevant something is particularly if you're looking at unconnected content and explore And without like counts. That's harder to do There are other challenges to creators. Us going to make a living like counters important into indication of their relevance etcetera. So we're trying to work through all of these and in conjunction also do so in cooperation with the FACEBOOK APP team. And make sure that what we're doing makes sense. We don't necessarily need both do it or do the same thing but we can't do things that don't make sense together and so that's that's what's taking the time so like like Kansas side there. There's all this great stuff about instagram. Which you've talked about and then there's also the person who before they know it. Is Procrastinating all day long experiences. An extraordinary sense of Komo. Because like they're just they're just watching other people go go out and live their lives. There's a sense that people are Putting forward sort of false overly glorified versions whatever like in terms of talking about what you guys optimized for Big Picture. Can you optimize for people to spend their time in ways that are? Can you optimize people away from that sort of addictive the certified sadder aspect of sort of just like hitting refresh on your feet all day without without getting rid of what you probably ultimately want which is like a very engaged user basis spending significant time on the APP? I think so. I think it's important to divide the problems up because they all can confided really easily so I was something more specific. And then broaden on the Pacific side I think problematic uses a thing and there's such a thing as using instagram too much. I think there's such a thing as being addicted to any social media from anything really I think we generally use the word addiction to loosely. I think addiction is about a compulsive behavior. That's bad for you that you can't control. And what do you call it? What do you call the person who's like just thumb on the screen over? And what do you call? I don't know that I have a good name probably. Should I think the Ford about for that problematic use for that you know whether or not you call it addiction? Maybe I think that's probably reasonable. Call it if you're using. I Dunno instagram for like six to eight hours a day. Every day that something then I think there's probably lightweight interventions that we can and should have done like for instance we let you set time limits for yourself reminders etc. But I could imagine. More nudges nudges are the sort of concept of like not being paternalistic and telling someone what to do but giving them some information be Miron suggesting. Hey you know you've been on for a long time. Maybe take a walk time to stand if you WANNA stay. Who Thought you should know. It's been three but isn't this like I feel like all of Silicon Valley's tech in his social media? Let's call it a bit but also like apple there. Is this weird time when we're in which is like we're really stoked that you guys love our stuff but we're going to remind you to cool it a little bit is that is that like a PR thing is that like We WanNa look good and like we care about yours. Alica genuine do genuinely feel like you want people to not become overly addicted to this platform. I sorry I should stop using the word addiction. Yeah no I mean for real addiction which can happen yeah. I feel genuine sense of responsibility to make sure that we do something you know. Reasonable in those cases read somewhere I feel real responsibility for any type of negative like acute outcome or thing that happens on our platform. But I do think that is different than just generally usually what people mean when they talk about addiction. I and I think they use that word from honest with you a little too loose. Sure sure sure really often etcetera. I think that is a little bit less about addiction. And and what do in and so generally there. I just think we have to be thoughtful. About how the product works You know at its core. Because that's what sort of daisies trying to do. But that's also I think you know really a lot of what we need to try and do and continue to work on in ranking so we ranked content. That's contentious I. I would ask me anything every Friday. I get multiple questions that are consistent. One of them is like can you please go back to fade I don't think we should people have more than they can consume. We try to make the most of their time by making educated guesses about what they're most interested. We don't always get it right. Would you ever just give people the option like you can do that in twitter you can do and I think twitter found an interesting balance but people are so frustrated at the twitter solution? Because you do get bounced back. If you don't get bounced back then people forget and they get stuck in the regular in the chronological feed. We actually had this longtime ago at facebook and they actually become less happy overall. Yeah and so the thing is there's not a good solution out there but it's it's sort of like what's the least bad But I am generally a believer in an ranking that said ranking is only as good as what it optimizes for and we talked about preferences before. This sounds a little bit academic. But I believe people have different types of preferences if I started preferences and second order preferences at first or preferences is like what do I want right now. Second or preferences are mood. I went to wonder what I went over the long run. No I exercised this morning. I want to be someone who exercises because I want to be healthy as the second order preference. This morning my alarm went off. I did not want to get up exercise. that's a first order preference. There often in conflict with one another. But they're both real genuine generally for all ranking systems. Whether or not. It's a social media company or Netflix or Amazon. Or whatever it doesn't matter what it is if you're ranking if you're predicting something it is usually true that you unintentionally bias towards I order preferences because they're easier to measure so everything for second when we rank content so when you open up instagram and we look at all the story. You could see our other posts. You could follow someone you we try and predict how interested you are in each one an order those by how interested you might be in them. Recency is an factor. So it's loosely chronological but it's not the only factor. I'm more interested. My sister got engaged four hours ago that my brother had poboy sandwich one hour ago and the way we do that. Prediction is yes. We look at how old it is but we also look at. How likely are you to act on that? How like you are to like that poster to comment on that or share it or share it but these are we optimized for those things because there are proxies for how interested you are in them. But they are. If we're honest I order preferences there. What are you going to do in the next five hundred fifteen hundred milliseconds? They're not how you're gonNA feel about this post being your feed over the long run right. That is much harder to measure. And so as a result we over fit or over optimized for people's shorter-term preferences and don't do enough talking about People's longer-term Preferences. My belief is the better we get at the ladder and we still have a long ways to go. The more people feel good about the time that they spend on the platform which is really what. We're talking about him for me back all the way up one further level if you think about our responsibility as a Putt for we've responsibilities at the bridge responsible to create value for people we're supposed to be open and transparent about how we work effectively our at our work because of how big we are but we also have a responsibility to be thoughtful about people's you know safety integrity while being to the degree that we can cetera. I feel like there's three. Three buckets of work are three approaches in there. One is identify acute problems. So yeah if you're addicting. You're using instagram. Eight hours a day. That's probably a problem but hate speech is also problem. Nudity for variety of reasons is also problem. More be more on the safety side than the cultural side. So you know. We can't verify consent. For instance elections integrity is a problem for those areas. Yes be clear defined them and attack them every which way you can. The second bucket I think is fine. Opportunities to lead argued problems. You can not only address them but you can really innovate in those areas. You can try and lead because you have some sort of. I don't know structural opportunity or advantage. That's what we're trying to bullying personally effects young people. We've got a lot of young people in the platform you know. It's it's certainly in Bianchi was interested in our interests to do stuff we don't want to just identify and removing it'd be really inventive and bullying and we've tried to through things like restrict. Would actually I even used which I was annexed -ticipant where we designed that third just rethink the fundamentals of how you work? And that's where things like making my counts private or being more thoughtful about how to measure and consider people's long-term preferences ranking come in. And if you do all three of those things well you try to. And you're open and transparent about working. You do all three. 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Yes and on top of that when you talk about being transparent with people about how you're working on problems there is greater leniency. There's people give you a longer line to trust that you were actually working on these problems. Then when Mark Zuckerberg Rachelle Sandberg comes out and says believe me believe. Us where we're on these problems Evans. I know you're not you're facebook. You're terrible whatever first of all why is that and second of all. Do you feel like do people? I mean people just somehow trust instagram. More even though it's a part of facebook there's a lot in there's yes I think that's generally the case For lack of a more elegant phrase I think facebook is companies serves as a umbrella for instagram. A lot of the time in a way yet. I personally really appreciate it. Works parts of this company. Been Managing Newsfeed during the two thousand sixteen. Us presidential election in one of my responsibilities in the wake of that election was addressing fake news on Facebook And I've been deep in these areas and on the front lines. I've been year with wired all like bandaged. You know but I I you know I mean. I traveled the world. And I I mean the other. By CEO's of newspapers telling me I was on the wrong side of history. I've been called every name you can think of. Yeah but more on the industry now. I'm not nearly as big a public figures. Mark is actually. I'm fine with that. Actually kind liked that. Potentially you question why I can might my my educated guess is. There's a few reasons one is. We have been able to learn from some of facebook's mistakes. I think that's one of the really valuable things that people often miss about even at instagram. About being part of the companies we can really see very close. What works and what doesn't even more than the public. Can I think two people for a couple of different reasons? I think feel a little bit better about their time on Instagram Probably because it's a bit more focused on things that are less contentious like you know it's your close friends and the people you are inspired by its sleeker it's cleaner it's well designed feels more like walking new bluebottle than a starbucks. It's also a lot of news and news is not not no criticism. News News is Super Important. But it's it's a loses about debate. Yeah it's about important issues is about politics. These things exist on instagram at a smaller scale and on facebook and they have a very strong negative charge. I don't know that I feel great about watching the news Night are reading the news always these days. But I think it's important to do but that doesn't change how I feel about that experience. Another one is actually very related because facebook is much more involved in the news industry. It's under a month at a method of scrutiny. From the News Industry Careers Industries during tournaments amount of pain and changes business models completely flipped on its head and for better for worse. Some of it justified. Some of a not facebook is the poster child for the Internet and the Internet is what really fundamental district Disrupted the news turn industries phys models and they always say. I forgot who said it. But don't pick a fight with anyone who buys ink by the barrel very good as a lot of wisdom in that And and just to be super clear. I think we made some mistakes along the way we certainly over promise and under delivered and that's that's a classic no no in any industry. Sure do you just do you feel like the. The storm has been proportional to the mistakes you've made and I'm talking time in news feed and the facebook. It's hard to say. Mark is always said since I've been at facebook benefits for chromos twelve years now. It's never a. We are never as good as people say. We are never as bad as people say we are. And we've had a lot of highs and lows during my time here in a lot of them are long before two thousand sixteen so generally I believe in that. I think that the I'll say this. I think that two three four years ago A lot of criticism I think was well merited. There's certain things I disagree with all these issues are just impossibly nuance than when you try to explain. Something like Cambridge Cut. There's like no winning And so but I do think there's a lot of misunderstanding and And so there's maybe some of it isn't quite as earned but but a lot of it is fundamentally we were not invested enough. Here's the most important takeaway on this. We were too late to take our responsibility to identify accusing address. Them seriously. And it takes years to get good at that and we should have started years before we did know. Start up when they're tiny in growing and trying to just see if they're relevant. The world is super focus on that. Maybe they should be more than they are. But I think that's generally understandable once we got two hundred millions of users that we probably should have been much more involved in. I think we need to take a lot of responsibility for that mistake. I think we have. We're more invested in it than anybody else at this point And so we're just playing catch up but I think that is really. The root causes a lot of troubles. Yeah do you. Do you agree there was a characterization was even the headline of New York. Times piece was their philosophy inside to sort of forget. What all the Ds were. But it was like delay deny deflect. Was there a sense that like you were actually aware that there were problems and you just it was just easier to try and make them go away and pretend they weren't happening? No because that's where so in the first phase are maybe like when this really started to get hot at the end of two thousand sixteen hundred seventeen. I think more a lot of the criticism was I think merited not all of it but we for debate does I think the thing that I disagree with. Moore's and that was the bit later that was probably two years later. I doesn't York Times piece if I remember correctly. I think those is where I disagree more. I think we invest more than anybody else does in these problems. We think you can disagree with whether or not with specific policy decisions or enforcement decisions etc but I think people who accuse us now of not having good intent. I'm not actually trying to take a responsibility seriously. And that actually. Investing appropriately to those challenges are just not looking at the actual facts. If you look at how many people working on this thing which we've done I think then that's where I disagree with more of it. Yeah not all of it to some regional criticism always been. This is like the sort of the and very much time at facebook. Now you guys are operating. It's not instagram. But facebook is operating at such a deficit of public opinion. Not In terms of use use people actually use the platform but such deficit of public opinion and such a lack of trust that it feels to me like you know you guys feel like okay. We didn't address the problems early enough now. Ready to address now. Redressing the problems. We've throwing more money at this. And more more manpower than any other company does or even possibly could that. There's a little bit of a boy who cried wolf thing where people are just not willing to give mark and Cheryl etc the benefit of the doubt on that. But what's your relationship with mark leg healthy? I guess I mean we talk often. We we do. You feel like you guys are like instinct on this sort of vision for what what instagram's role should be within facebook because I obviously that was an issue with the founders of the for the most part yeah I mean we disagree on when we disagree you know it can be we can disagree passionately but I think a lot of mutual respect which I think is good and there's a lot of trust that's really what we're talking about the broader issue Chew Trust. I think that it's important to be honest. No matter who you are as a person or is it organisation with yourself. That trust is easy to lose and hard to earn back if I lie to you. You'RE GONNA immediately interest not believe anything that's important right and if I have to not lie to you and say true things to deliver on those two things improve their true for probably years right before our earned that trust back. That is how we work. That makes sense that actually rational and I think that is what we're dealing with at a pretty big scale at the facebook company and I think that is not good or bad that is just real and we need to be practical about that. But I know you're using this as an analogy but was there a time when you feel like facebook lied no public. No I think that often when the closest thing would be like took us too long to respond to something. There's a bunch of examples of that I think part of that is because we have A. There's a lot of pressure to make sure that whenever we say something were hundred percent. Confident is one hundred percent correct. Because as soon as there's any mistakes we just get hammered for it and then burn trust but part of it is I think. Ironically we didn't evolve our ability to communicate as quickly as communications broadly evolve. And it's not lost on me the irony that we are part of the reason why you've communications at sped up decade and so that's on us and you know. I think that more and more you're seeing US. I think it faster and more nimble at using our own platforms to communicate On using other platforms to communicate on twitter all the time but I think we were just we weren't. We weren't fast so mark mark. Has this thing now. Which is he'd rather be understood than liked. Yes that's more. It's more important to him that he understood them liked. What does that mean? I mean I think I know what it means which is like look. Here's here's who fundamentally our here's our. Here's our view of the world. Here's what we're trying to do. We believe in what we're trying to do. We're not the terrible people or I'm not the terrible guy. You've made that that I've been made out to be. Let me rather than trying to satisfy all of my critics. Let me come forward and present the vision. I have for what we're trying to do. And make sure you understand it and then if you don't like it whatever is that what do you what does it mean to you. Something along those lines and a few different things one is that we were just really late to taking being understood. Seriously we launch things and be like cool new seat and it was there actually. This is the year before no year and a half before I started a bunch of Friends. Who are here or there the time we launched news feed and there was a protest outside and they had a escort the employees at the back of the building we communicated newsfeed and also what we called mini feed at the time which was like you know your profile. Having a list of things you did just seems normal. Yeah was not normal then. The way we communicate it was. We did pop up again. Facebook really website in two thousand and six November ten. Something like that. Tober is a pop up that said we built news feed and mini feed. This is what they are. And there's only one button you could press and it said awesome and you had to press that to get back to face. This is not exactly nuance thoughtful. Communications or marketing. Just really explaining why we're doing it in the first place and what we it's like it's not just like we weren't taking be understood seriously. We just had this so much. It honestly was just ignorance if I if you have a desk and you spend you know half an hour an hour desk every day to like right friends. Organize your photos or whatever and I came by one day and I just reorganized your desk. I didn't tell you about it. I didn't explain why it's better to give you a heads up and you'd be pissed. What was the foster that it was your desk. All on thinking about it. You know You know we were trying to make it better. It was well intentioned it just wasn't understandings. Some of the practical implications of being apart from that people use the lion cared about and that they had ownership of right and so we were just late We did product was successful in grew quickly and was creating value for people But that was that making it so that we didn't have to build up muscles that normal companies built. It'd be just built those muscles late and I think that we are just way too big at this point not to be very transparent about how we work but what is an example. Because I think what I hear when I think about being understood is more important than being liked what I. here's a tension between being understood and liked which. If you actually understand me you might not like all of this. What is something that you guys do which are willing to say you know what this is what we do? You might not like it. I think it's about prioritization. I think it's like look. It's more important to be understood than to cause more important to be honest that just be like and we have a responsibility to be transparent. So we're certainly going to prioritize one over the other it would be nice to be liked. I think it's valuable for people to be rooting for you. But that is not gonNA come at the expense of being forthcoming and doing what we think is right and that is that is just how it has to be. I think it also is about the fact that it is impossible to be university given how big we are and what we do does too many strong opinions. That differ too much to actually be liked by everyone. And so you've got no real choice. If you're honest with yourself then to just do what you think is best and explain why you know. Hope for the. We'll be back after this Madison. Reed has completely. Reinvented the at home hair. Color Experience Long gone are the days of one dimensional ammonia filled color with Madison Reed. 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You even when you're not on facebook you can go on the web and anywhere. There's a face you know a facebook button. Your data's being tracked there and for a long time. It felt like the the argument coming out of facebook. Coming up coming from mark was like no. We're actually not tracking amateur out. Don't worry like and from where I was sitting. I WANNA be like if you really want to be understood wedding. Prince yes We Are. We are collecting a ton of your data and we are doing it not for any nefarious purpose. We're doing it in order to curate a better experience for you so that you actually can enjoy the web in ways that if you if we stopped collecting all of your data you would go back to the way like the web looked in two thousand two and I would not be as convenient and friction. Listen experience for you and I guess that to me would be an example of being like. Don't you are collecting a ton of data that and but here's why that's okay and here's why that's not? Yes I think I think we're trying to lean into that sort of philosophy now. I think we were late to the to get there. You know for a couple of different reasons. Some of which I alluded to before I think that and I say this I think that I mean D- data people's awareness of how important data is and how important privacy is is really growing very quickly and that is fundamentally a good thing because there are a lot of companies like facebook. Didn't know a lot about you and your data is super important. It's also what's not growing as quite as quickly in for my liking is an understanding of the tensions So the way I the closest maybe the way I maybe embodied the sentiment that mark was communicating with that phrase. That sentence is that I just try and I spent a Lotta time on twitter. I say all the time. The twin my twin is really dark. Place we just because I follow all of our biggest critics because you are you are rather communicative on twitter. Yes. Dm with reporters. Yeah we'll because I mean twitter's interesting twitter's journalists live on twitter so I think it's good which is terrible. Yeah I mean it's good it's great. It's like endless stream of information every piece of breaking news. You want but it's not a great place points. Yup I mean well it's not like a podcast ramble on twitter Africa. You can ramp on twitter. Doesn't use strain. Well let's see. I think it's good for my side is it's good. It's good to be to show up and someone else's turf so to speak. I literally feel like what I talked to journalists on twitter whether it's in public Arna. Dm I'm an away game. I yeah exactly yeah. And that's That's not good. I think that's a good thing. I think some humility on my side. But it doesn't just practical and I think people you have better conversations there But when I the reason why I venture into the dark negative place that is my personal twitter feed is because I really believe that. Reasonable people can disagree on a lot of contentious decisions. But we if you really care you need to acknowledge that all of these things have trade offs and I bring that because privacy. I'm actually really glad that people are becoming more savvy. Town important. Privacy is and how important data is actually facebook and instagram. Do a lot here now. We didn't use to but now that you're talking about that Data over on the Web. About where you might go. Let's base an ADS tracking pixels. You can now go on to facebook into your ad preferences and you can see like who is targeting you based on that data you can opt out of letting us use that you can see who's actually like Who who's brokering data the scenes on this? We'll just say one of the great examples of like years and years of clamoring for like stop like give us more. Transparency stopped tracking data. And then like okay here your options here you can go. You can see it all and people like I'm just keep giving me the content. Yeah you know what I mean. It's tough what's the because it's complicated. And their trade here but this is my point is if that data data helps people make more relevant experiences net flicks knows what you watch to the end. And what you bounce after two minutes and they're gonNA GIVE BETTER RECOMMENDATIONS NEXT TIME. Yes that's also in their interest but the trick here for any companies fund the over that of interests between a person's interest in a business interests and for someone like us should be really aligned because fundamentally consumers have so much more power with platform like ours than they do with. I don't know like which auto body shop they go to. Whatever and they have they have choice. They can vote with their feet. And so you have to optimize for the user experience often at the expense of the advertisers experience the experience or the businesses experienced. I think all of that is good. That is moving power. Another consumer's hand but again the trailer always real. We were talking about data. There's a huge tension between privacy and safety The less data we have access to the harder. It is defined bad guys. That's a tough. One and reasonable people can disagree on this but reasonable cannot pretend that there isn't a real tradeoff for sure because look the world has very little tolerance for nuance and I get that we part of that especially on but the reality is the trade offs. Complicated in a tricky. If you really genuine about carrying about it I think you have to embrace that reality and then make a call and then disagree and argue passionately. Fine. So let's at different tradeoff in from the business perspective because just because you mentioned advertising which I just WanNa touch on real quick which is a two part question with the first one is. How much can advertising integrated into instagram before? Instagram becomes less cool because it just becomes too crowd with with advertising and then I think the second question is is actually. It seems like there's so much potential that you guys have already capitalized on to just integrate advertising in content in a way that feels so seemless that oftentimes the user doesn't know and I'm thinking about you can buy clothing through an instagram post. You've got influencers. Who are like you. Know Hawking stuff online but people are following them because seventy percents content is really good and What's the what's the what's next? And what's the next phase of like Commerce advertising marketing on Instagram? A few different things so the first question. How much advertising. That can be an experience. I think is really a function of how relevant the advertising is if the advertising is super interesting to me I'm GonNa have a lot less tolerance for benefits super compelling are Parisian on the ads side is to show you stuff that you're just straight up interested in the and we're getting better at it. We're not as where we should be. I think there's always room to improve but I see ads for sneakers in do and that's actually every bit as exciting to me as you know seeing post of You know someone. I think dresses well and how they dressed while even though they're not actually it's not actually an ad right. I think in terms of the future. I really believe that given the what we talked about before the so much information out there. And how do you sort through it? All as one of the core value propositions we have that that also applies in in commerce. I think shopping is interesting as a spectrum of intent. There's like I wanNA buy these shoes. I know the shoes. I'm GONNA go online. I'm gonNA find those shoes. That's highly intentional. At the end of the spectrum. You know for lack of corporate descending word like serendipitous stuff. This is what ads on facebook and instagram. You just you. Just ask the timeline for your sandwich or whatever and you come by something and it seems cool as far as you. I think there's something really interesting in the middle which we talked about a lot of instagram. Which is window shopping? I'm in the mood to shop shopping. Buying and at the same thing I might buy. And overall in the world malls and brick and mortar is are really struggling for a bunch of reasons and I don't think anyone has really cracked that window shopping experience. That's a couple things but I think that's an area that we can plan and we can do really interesting stuff in and then on top of that. I think that craters are going to be an important part of the future of shopping. I think martial law dresses better than anybody else in Hollywood right. Yeah sure if he is wearing a cool jacket. I going to be interested in by. I can't pull it off probably some. Maybe I shouldn't but like that is important and interesting thing and it's a win win win. It's a win for whoever made the jacket so win for him for him. If he's getting paid. Yeah and it's a win for me if I think it's cool interesting and I know he's getting paid. The transparency here is key. No one wants to be Duke. No one was surprised but it's not just true with close it's true with in other ways. I think more personal There's a woman on the team who works on Instagram. Her name is Linda and she's Persian and she always talks about. How look a lipstick or some makeup looks good on someone that she looks up to? Who has similar skin on her also? Persian. She can reasonably confident that lipstick or that tones. Look good on her as well. That's important that's interesting that's valuable. That is more interesting shopping experience than opening up a magazine and coming towards the generic spread of Lipsticks. Total or person who you'd look at who he doesn't actually look like you identify with at all totally hocking something. That's not gonNA look in the first place. What is your personal. Look like my feet I mix. It's a mix. I have biased towards a few different types of content starts with friends. But I'm I'm in my mid say by late thirties now. I'm thirty seven hundred thirties on the bubble. You're on the bubble a call early thirties. There's GonNa be a good two thirds of the way I've got two kids and so I get a lot of baby content friends. We've got little kids head of instagram. Just like us. I get a lot of A couple of things. I'm really interested in I'm in. I love photography. I love architecture. The furniture design and I love More and more interested in like fashion. And so there's a lot of that kind of stuff in my feet and then lately I've been trying to get into some more funny stuff like there's this is a councilman told me about recently subway creatures like videos and pictures of ridiculous stuff that happens in the New York subway from New York really. It always gets me. I think those little moments have delayed comments by CELEBS. Yeah I don't follow that. Many M- type accounts but the ones I do are ones really got. Yeah totally We the first time you met was in Canada Cam Lion and you mentioned some. You have never forgotten which I didn't even know about and I've never heard anyone else talking about this. What their unspoken rules of Instagram? Oh yeah like how often you post. Don't Dublin stor double instant. That was the term. Yeah can do that. I actually think like my mom is going to be bereft. 'cause she liked quadruple. Insta- someday that's okay but it's not you just said it's not okay. You said you can buy things okay. Most young people don't use you think it's okay and why because it's like you're just looks like you're trying too hard. Yeah but you can't post multiple multiple images and sculptor. Okay and then are there. Rules on stories Sometimes you see the bar at the top and you see it's like T- along in here. There's a little etiquette on over does overdoing it level. I mean one of the reasons why I think stories has been so successful is because it feels less pressure is then feed. Tell you talked like people feel that. They needed to look. Glamorous Ayden instagram. I think that's much more true and feed than it is in stories stories. I think it the feedback is private. This is important. People often don't think about it So there's no comment thread anything as as a message People really feel that as a whole not push experience. He asked to see your story because a lot of people actually pack they like pick on one. Click on another. Yeah so you're not bothering someone necessarily and then yesterday so stick around for twenty four hours. Which is the thing that people usually go to I? Yeah the combination of those things. I think makes it feel that It's okay to share more and also the whole idea to share your story over the course of a day and so sure showing five times is totally fine. Sharing Twenty five times may or may not be okay depending on who you are. Yeah so just well. We're on stories do you. And the sort of larger facebook family. Does it still bug you guys when when Evan Spiegel and the folks that snapchat are like? Oh you guys ripped from us you ripped off. Fm -ality and stories and all that. No Look Evan is I. Don't Know Eh never met Evan. But he's super smart. You guys don't all hang out. I could reach out to me. I feel like you guys would benefit from like a cup of coffee. I would love to have if he's down. I'm totally snap it. He could INSTA- store integrate. I thought that would ever talked to a couple people in some of the rules but but I did remember when there was that Sony. Hack forever go was career. What was forget? Yeah Yeah North Korea Sony a bunch of his emails got exposed and I read a bunch of them. This guy's really sharp and he was really young at the time you look into the early twentieth impressed with so not impressed enough to reach out. Yeah no you're right I should have. I have reached out to a lot of people say they ever time. I just have always assumed he doesn't want anything to do with. I mean he did. There's this beef you guys are you guys will tell me how you would characterize it and I had to talk about this a lot in the past but like did you. Were you inspired by snap? Yes you've they. Invented that format they get the credit for that format they should get credit for that format. We are in a place where we have to be willing to acknowledge when someone did something. Awesome and try and learn from it. Yeah we learn why works at some fundamental level and we do a version of it that makes more sense given our own specifics and this case it was just a format. There was no way to really do that. and it would have been insane honestly for us not to try and learn from it right and I get how that probably would be frustrating for anyone at stat. But I'm not trying to take credit for them. I think they deserve all the credit and also. I think there's still a formidable competitor. They're doing while they're super relevant. They're growing I am. I think they do all sorts of interesting of your scaled. I mean it's not no. They're not as big but they're you know they're not small the not going away and I I think of him as a really important competitor to consider and think about and I think it's fundamentally a good thing it's GonNa it's competition is good. It's going to feel pressure people to think of the new thing So I don't know I have a lot of respect for them. I think they'd they'd do a few things particularly well And I think they're really really creative and I think it's hard to do once you get to scale and so I think that's one thing I've been particularly impressed with so I'm going to dive in Hollywood question. Which is what we're talking about whether you are an instagram users. Snap user a tick Tock user. Is those minutes in a day or seconds in a day when you're like standing in line for the bathroom waiting for Your Cup of coffee. Procrastinating at your desk and Jeffrey Katzenberg is launching. Qube could be Webby Tinseltown yet. Because everyone's like look there's no p people are bearish on. Most of the people I talked to was the Hollywood executives. I talk to. You are bearish on Qube but for knowing bets against Jeffrey Katzenberg because he's got a track record of success to me. I'm less interested other if you have thoughts on Qube I wanNA hear him. we'll pass on that What I'm more fundamentally interested in is the bat that he is making is that whereas right now people are spending time looking at user generated content very often content from their friends content. That's a little rough around the edges. That people actually be willing to supplant that time with like premium. Hbo Netflix Level Content. That's coming from celebrities right and I guess what I'm wondering is forget about how you feel about Qube and whether or not quit is going to work or how you feel about your Katzenberg but do you buy. Do you think that there's something fundamental about the way we use mobile phones in the way that we use social media that like we what we really want is content from our friends user generated content from our friends? Maybe it's ephemeral. Maybe it's not as opposed to the experience that has historically been one of sitting down on the couch and watching things for thirty minutes or sixty minutes or can you bring that world of old four premium content television over to the mobile experience that is now dominated by Instagram snapchat. I think of them them being like connecting with friend content which is not quite the same as user generated content because you can connect with you generally content from people you don't know so maybe maybe we can call it. User generated content and professional our friend con personal content in public content as two different markets. That definitely compete for your attention. I don't think either is ever going to go to zero. I think people have a fundamental need to connect with people that they care about that. Is He different? Need than the need to be entertained. They're both really valuable I think that the former is more important in the long run and is less come on correcting friends unless commodities. There's lots of ways to you. Know be entertained on with video. I'm but that doesn't mean it's not important but I think that those aren't the only two markets attention markets that compete gaming's another. Really Big One people you know. They talk about four hundred a lot in terms of its scale. They don't talk about it for nine eleven and says that it is not only entertaining is actually a social network people. Just hang out. Yeah I was talking to I will. I will leave his name out of it because I know it's embarrassing. Otherwise but a guy who's a friend and the business and he was like his talking about fortnight because he was playing in a bit in people hang out in for night music. They don't like I'm always like kill me in like three minutes because you're sure you and then they hang out and talk about how your gun talk damn nobody you can the whole world. There's the whole metaverse Yang and you can. You can go to a concert you can. I mean before you know. We'll be spending more time. There will here and this these all compete with each other at some level and how much people spend much time people spend on one versus the other. We'll shift over time. You see interesting trends though so even within the world of personal content there's broadcast networks like facebook twitter instagram and then there's more messing based networks like what's up and snapchat and I- message and for any group of people that came online after the shift to mobile so teens everywhere but also most people in India for instance the thing that they do within that personal content space The most is actually message is not does broader podcast based networks and people who came online before the shift to mobile are the opposite and so getting these things all moved they will shift over time as ripple how people communicate shifts and they will cannibalize each other at the big player. We haven't talked about at all yet. Is Youtube which I think I think he's probably learning Psalm and competing directly with them because a ton of professional generated content that is sort of mid to short length that actually people watch. When you're you're stuck on a train or on your commute yes different than watching Netflix job. By the way mostly free. Yeah I think these things compete. I think that you can make something super compelling in one area so you could do really amazingly compelling professional content and people might message less or connect with their friends thus vice versa. We see this all the time but I think at the end of the day the need to connect with people you know is going to continue to exist. The need to be entertained is going to continue to exist. Yeah the distribution of time. Eighteen world shift both continued to be Speaking of distribution at time we're probably out of it. Yes it actually I so I have A. I have a Evan Account recommendation for you plan. Sit can't voice running. This isn't I'm not. I'm not plugging into this. Total serendipity discovery. Okay was thinking about how you can't for reasons that are not great. You can't always post your location Do you know somewhere magazine. No some magazine. I don't even know. I don't think it's a magazine. It might be a definitely an incident count and they never pushed location which is the whole conceit which is like this is just beautiful art. Oh and it doesn't matter where it is This is just the aesthetically beautiful or crazy or intriguing. Yeah and maybe it'll you know because you can't always post your location. Maybe it'll help you think about. Ooh House interpret those shot. Yeah maybe that could be an interesting way to inspire how you actually. What would I actually share? The other thing I can do is to share places after I left that just a little bit after. The fact lame. Yeah but I probably should just do that Adam. Thank you so much for doing. Thanks for having fun. Okay really appreciate it. My guest was adamant airy head of Instagram. Buyer's market is a production of NBC. News is produced by Janaki. 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Dallas Morning News 6/24/20

The Dallas Morning News

03:41 min | 11 months ago

Dallas Morning News 6/24/20

"Good Morning. It's Wednesday June twenty fourth I'm Mary Hildebrandt, and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News brought to you by quip. The quip electric toothbrush is the only electric toothbrush. The supports your news briefing, and is used by millions of happy healthy mouths set start at twenty five dollars. Get your first. Feel free at get quip dot com slash morning news. That's get Q., U., p., dot com slash morning news today will be partly sunny with a high of eighty eight and a low of seventy one tonight will be partly cloudy our top story. Story is Governor Greg Abbott Sternly warned Texans of the rampant spread of Corona virus that took the state to a new high yesterday of more than five thousand new cases in a single day saying Texans should stay home unless they have a good reason to venture out Abbot late yesterday afternoon gave local officials more powers to limit public gatherings during the upcoming Fourth of July weekend he expanded the ability of mayors and county judges to restrict outdoor gatherings of more than one hundred people down from the previous limit of more than five hundred people in outdoor gatherings. KENS TV in San Antonio late yesterday Abbott, made it clear it will be up to cities and counties to decide whether face coverings will be required at mass gatherings in education news teachers should undergo self screens every day and students should be screened once a week for Corona virus before they're allowed on campus. When school starts in the fall, a draft of new Texas guidelines says, but the screenings won't be mandated by the state, because officials want to leave such decisions at the local level, the suggested screens are part of a draft document on state guidelines, which was briefly posted online yesterday the Texas Education Agency. Agency had planned to release final state guidelines during the day, but postponed plans to do so districts and families continue to wait for guidance on how their schools will run in the fall as the world continues to navigate the coronavirus pandemic in restaurant news, the operators of twisted route Berko in North Texas have submitted three bankruptcy filings for its restaurants in Capelle, Arlington and Carrollton all nine twisted route restaurants in north Texas remained closed they each shuttered in late March when dining rooms shut down to curb the spread of the new coronavirus co owner. Jason Bezos says he may file more chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. Protection Paperwork for the remaining six twisted roots. If he can't get a break on rent and food costs from landlords and vendors, most of those will go into bankruptcy, he says bosseaux choice to file for chapter eleven, instead of simply closing his restaurants is rare among North Texas restaurant tours, and finally Texas sunsets could get a Saharan Hugh later this week. A dust plume from the Sahara desert has been traveling across the Atlantic Ocean this week and is expected to reach North Texas by tomorrow, according to K X A S TV NBC Five Senior Meteorologist David Finfrock, it will likely stick around through Friday and into. Into the weekend, he said the dust plume is a mass of dry air known as the Saharan air layer that forms every year over the Sahara desert and moves toward the Atlantic. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The plume can be two to two point five miles thick about five thousand feet off the ground, according to Noah The Dallas, morning news rewards program is proud to bring you virtual events for more information and upcoming events, please. Visit Rewards Dot Dallas News Dot Com for more on these stories, and for the latest breaking news visit Dallas News Dot Com thanks and enjoy your day.

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December 16, 2019: Mississippi man accused of quadruple homicide could walk away from jail after six trials

5 Things

05:52 min | 1 year ago

December 16, 2019: Mississippi man accused of quadruple homicide could walk away from jail after six trials

"Good Morning I'm Taylor Wilson and this is five things you need to know Monday. The sixteenth of of December two thousand nineteen a reminder. You can follow us at USA Today. podcast on twitter for all things five things plus other great. USA Today audio content that's at USA Today. PODCAST now on the show to get you started. Are you ready for a mixed mixed bag of galop. That's how accuweather senior meteorologist John. CEAC is describing an upcoming forecast. He told USA Today. That snow is is expected on Monday. Morning from Indiana to New Jersey but south of that. We'll see a gloppy mix. Snow began on Sunday morning and Saint Louis where the first storm orm was forecast to drop some five inches of snow while a second on Monday. We'll bring a mix there before more snow in the afternoon. Some areas in northern and central Israel. Missouri could see up to a foot of snow before the system heads out late Monday. Meanwhile in the northeast some six to twelve inches could fall depending on your area area and travel conditions. Monday morning are expected to be especially tricky in Pittsburgh Baltimore and Philadelphia a Mississippi. Man Accused of quadruple quadruple. Homicide could leave jail this week. Curtis flowers was first accused in nineteen ninety six of four brutal execution style murders. There's at a furniture store in WHA MISSISSIPPI. He's been tried six times for the crime and unprecedented record. According to legal experts two of his trials ended in mistrial but four times he was found guilty only to have his conviction overturned by a higher court earlier this year the. US Supreme Court overturned his most recent conviction after justices found that prosecutor Doug Evans racially discriminated during the jury selection process flowers. Ours is now being treated as if he had just been indicted on the murders and attorney. Robert mcduff argues that bail is mandatory due to a state law. The law says that anyone who has been tried twice for a capital offense with each trial resulting in a failure of the jury to agree on the defendant's guilt or innocence is entitled to bail judge. Joseph Lauper is expected to make a decision on Monday. Meanwhile macduff continues to argue. That flowers should not go to trial for a seventh time. The the decision on whether to do so lies with Fifth Circuit Court District Attorney. The aforementioned Doug Evans who has not publicly commented on his plan. Next up if you haven't shipped your gifts yet. Today's your day. Saturday was the US Postal Services recommended date for sending items by retail ground for delivery by the twenty any fit. Though you still have time if you're using first class or priority mail and Monday is Fedex's deadline for ground and home delivery head to USA TODAY DOT com for key shipping deadlines all week long from USPS to Amazon final box. Office numbers will arrive on Monday. And there's a new leader in the box office clubhouse from the weekend jungle this is the whole thing talk. Jumanji the next level all has leapt over another sequel frozen to the film starring. Dwayne Johnson. Kevin Hart and Nick Jonas Richton sixty point one million dollars in the US and in Canada over the weekend to break a three day record for a December comedy. The film follows up. The first reboot of the franchise in two thousand Seventeen Jumanji. Welcome welcome to the jungle. which made nearly a billion dollars worldwide frozen to made nineteen point two million dollars domestically this weekend according to asked him it's that brings brings it to three hundred sixty seven million dollars domestically and six hundred sixty six million dollars worldwide since November twenty second according to box office MOJO and lost up? We're not good. People will fight if leads ready for Star Wars Star Wars and more Moore Star Wars the final film in the so-called Skywalker. Saga comes out on Thursday night star. Wars the rise of Skywalker and to mark the occasion late night show host. Jimmy Kimmel is hosting a prime time special Monday night. Jimmy Kimmel live after darth will feature director J.J. Abrams along with a horde award cast members from Daisy Ridley to Oscar Isaac and. It's no surprise. Kimmel is giving the film. Some Promo since dizzy owns both. ABC Kimmel's network network and star. Wars Studio Lucasfilm. You can catch the show Monday night at ten eastern and Pacific on ABC. If you're looking for a new podcast how about Out An investigative podcast from the USA Today Network that just launched its third season accused host amber hunt. This season examines the mysterious curious. Death of David Box. The thirty nine year old father of three went to his job at a uranium processing plant and then vanished on a night in Nineteen eighty-four. You can find accused on apple podcasts. spotify or wherever. You're listening right now. The entire season is also available to binge ad free on wonderfully plus. You can subscribe to wonder plus today at wondering dot com slash plus that's wonder dot com slash P L U S and he can catch the new episodes of five things. Wherever you get your audio. And if you'd like drop us a rating and review on Apple podcasts. Five things as part of the U._S._A.. Today podcast network.

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Thursday, March 7: Brie Larson & Annette Bening, Janice Dean

The View

37:20 min | 2 years ago

Thursday, March 7: Brie Larson & Annette Bening, Janice Dean

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Subscribe now to our podcast to get hot topics delivered every afternoon, and while you're at it rate us in labor review, your next hours bugged because the view is live Omar under fire or occupations of anti-semitism against new congresswoman Ilan, Omar causing a civil war in the Democratic Party, and our Republicans fueling the fire three Larsen and Annette Benning on how women conquer the superhero universe in the buzzed about blockbuster, captain marvel and bought new senior meteorologist, Janice. Dean share saw she weathered her personal storms from being diagnosed with. Multiple sclerosis to getting sexually harassed by XBox news chief Roger Ailes. Topics are on the table with Whoopie. Oh, be huntsmen joy Behar, sunny hostage and Meghan McCain. Now, let's get things started. Two. So. A war base still out. She's still out. But she's getting better. She's getting better. You know, she had. Double the Mona is not a joke, and it takes a while to recover from that. So we know you're watching we think you watching maybe. So come back soon. Okay. So Democrats that finally getting some power back. And and what do they do? They start a civil war in their own party. Democratic lawmakers are split on whether to vote on a measure, denouncing antisemitism after freshman congresswoman Ilhan, Omar was accused of using anti semitic tropes. Her supporters say it's an unnecessary resolution that unfairly targets Lamar himself. But her detractors say the rise of antisemitism. Cannot be tolerated in any form. Okay. So do we need a resolution that says that isn't a given at this point. And why are they fighting with each other? When there is so many other things to worry about right now. It's a good question. Are they throwing the the the thing over to Trump in twenty twenty? It's very annoying and scary. And I don't like it that we even need a resolution for this. And frankly, a bad look that we can't even get something. Like that passed. I'm not going to get into the details. Meg I know, you know, far more about this. Than I do. But I personally feel for Nancy Pelosi because I think she's in a position similar reminds me to John bainer remembered when the tea party came in and she cares. I think about the future of the Democratic Party. Of course, she does. And she savvy enough to know that some of these more extreme voices in her party rightfully won their election. But the things that they say are so out of step with the majority of where the country is. So how do you balance that? But make sure that the party doesn't lose their soul and connect with the American people and are successful in two thousand twenty Nancy Pelosi. I I don't envy her right now. But she's in a place where you have to try to wrangle them. But also don't tweet publicly. Why are they all why not get behind closed? Doors lies, not tweet. I feel like the Democrats are all tweeting out there jets Ilhan Omar's thing is that she tweets all the time like Trump, and that's a mistake in. Yeah. She does. So why not handle it behind closed? Doors tweeting on both sides, right? Yeah. I'm this issue is a really. Intense one for me. And and just bear with me because I know sunny you, and I am particularly don't always agree on this. And I wanted to say, first and foremost, antisemitism should be a left or right issue. I I don't think we should be politicizing it on either side because as we know if it's a Tiki torch person in Charlottesville, Saint Jews will not replace us. Or if it's the you had Barry Weiss on to talk about sort of these. More dog whistle moments that in my my view Ilhan, Omar is doing and she as of Saturday hadn't been able to go have gone fifteen days without saying, something anti semitic. What's interesting about this is that she is an up and coming rising star in the Democratic Party. She's on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine right now, she fits a lot of boxes. The Democrats like she is the first Somali elected member of congress. She's the first woman or is giving first of two Muslim women elected to congress. And she's the first minority woman to serve from Minnesota. And the problem is right now is there's pressure to support her within the Democratic Party because identity, politics and intersection -ality is something that is important to Democrats. And I think this at this specific moment, this is a watershed moment for Democrats. A lot of Jewish people in this country are are being asked with the rise of antisemitism in this country. Is it more important to defend party politics? Or is it more important to defend anti semitism, and we can have. Stations all day long about how you feel about objectives Rayleigh politics. Yes. Gives me if you've checked to it. We can have a conversation all day long about how you feel about Palestinian politics. How you feel about Israeli politics. How you feel about Netanyahu? But in the same way that I fear what's happening with Corbin in the UK. I fear that it's seeping. It's way over here in the United States. And I just present this question, which may be an uncomfortable one. If what Ilhan Omar has been saying for the past few weeks were said by a white Republican bail. What how would you be reacting to it right now? I mean for me, I g object to it. No matter who says it. I am asking the pro the thing that why they always concentrating on Israel is what I wanted to know this a little tiny place appoint in the world. I mean, she's from Mogadishu does she object to things they do there. I'm assuming she does can Yemen and Libya and Syria and all the hot spots all over the world. And yet, this seems to be the focus of a lot of people around the world, including the UK, and here, Israel, Israel, Israel, and why why that particular country it's very suspicious to me. Can I say that I one hundred percent agree with you on that? And I think that we should be talking about human rights violations, globally everywhere in Iran, gay, people can be thrown off of buildings for simply being gay women can't wear tank tops in the street about being stone, their human rights violations going around globally, and I agree with you. My question to Llano is why specifically this area of the world why? Specifically, this group of people and just just putting a button on this say, no. Filibuster. She is on the committee of foreign relations committee that will be in charge of what happens globally with our diplomacy. I'm uncomfortable with that in the same way that I was uncomfortable with Steve king being on that question. Joy. Yeah. I think we should talk about the comment that that she made that has spurned all of this discussion right there, many many comments, but the comment that she made that we're talking about that the resolution has come from. She said so for me because she has apologized for the other comments for two of the shell side a lot of pressure to college, but she did apologize. So the comments you said was so for me, I want to talk about the political influence in this country. That says it is okay for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country. And I want to ask why is it? Okay. For me to talk about the influence of the NRA of fossil fuel industries or big pharma and not talk about a powerful lobby that is influencing policy. That's what she said. And. People say that that is anti-semitic when we had I know let me finish when we had Barry Weiss on as an expert in. What is anti-semitic? And what isn't I asked her is it okay to talk about Israel's policies and not be called antisemitic. And she said, yes, she said where it crosses the line is when you say that Israel does not have the right to exist that that is when it crosses the line. Now, Omar has never suggest now that Israel does not have the right because what she has. So to me, it seems to me that Republicans are trying to use this as a wedge issue. I'm really I think that not you're talking about you. You know this selective? Outrage is kind of crazy because I don't think that the Republicans have moral high ground here, it seems like damn I probably tend to McCarthy has used this. This anti. These antisemitic tropes. I think that Jim Jordan just recently. And I tweeted this against Tom stock. And right. Remember that Ilhan Omar in the West Virginia Republican party just had this huge poster superimposed with her face with nine eleven terrorists. And I haven't heard any outrage about that come from her apartment. Visit elective outrage. And I will tell you take this very personally as a woman of color who has been the subject of so much bigotry, and what a lot of people don't know is that my grandfather is Jewish is a Sephardic Jew. And so I have, you know, my family members have received a lot of bigotry. So you know, I experienced firsthand in my family, anti semitism and bigotry for being black. And so I just so, you know. Traction. He's speaking out. Are we comfortable with me rebutting now? So she also said Israel has hypnotized the world suggested that Jews in Israel have bought US politicians all about the Benjamins imply that American Jews have divided loyalties, and it's okay for people to push allegiance to a foreign country. I again, say why this obsession with Jerusalem in Israel. Why this obsession with this specific area of the country. And as you said as you've said many times these are dog whistle comments for four Jewish-American. Yes, they are. And they hear what she's saying and mention. Bit. It is disingenuous the Republican party to go. After her point when they are backing a president who who is embed with with Tate is committed human rights violations. Convict go there. And then just really quickly since we're talking about about I take this very personally, I would go so far as say, I probably verge on being Zionist as well. But I will say that. I don't have family that is Jewish. But Joe Lieberman and had does Lieberman are my family, and I take the hate crimes rising in this country incredibly seriously. And I think what's happening in Europe is really scary. I'm getting emotional. But the idea that this is politicized. I'm really not. I was very nervous to talk about this on this show because I thought it would become politicized. And it really shouldn't be on both sides. It should be called out. And just because I don't technically have Jewish family that are blood related to me doesn't mean. I don't take this seriously, and it is very dangerous very dangerous. And I think we all collectively as Americans on both sides in what Ilan home is saying is very scary to me. And it's very scary to a lot of. When I don't think you have to be Jewish to recognize jobs and instead of an resolution lovely just from the Democrats. I'm tired of the selective outrage. And I hope that we haven't joy. From the public and from the Democrats, I would be in favor of a joint resolution. Okay. Speaking of joints. I wish I had one right now coming up with engine gears should tell this is more important than antisemitism. Right. Tracy, Taylor swift. No. I'm kidding to joke. Is speaking out on politics. What do you think? We'll be right back. Now is the time for strong women to speak out. And when these women come together watch out because we have our view. If you wanna change get out and make it we have our voices every single one of us who have immoral compass have to speak up and listen to women I. That's why when it's time DeVos your view. This is where you come racial barriers is not as it is worth the only place in daytime taking it all on. A lot of helping debate. At this able there are a lot of strong women around the stable. New strong be flown. Be bold all day long. And that is why it's called the view on ABC. Captain, marvel skies Brie Larsen and Annette Benning plus box. News senior meteorologist and Meghan abbey's pal. Janice dean. Okay. Welcome back as advertised challenge swift is on the cover of L magazine. And she says now that she's turning thirty. She feels informed enough to be more, politically active and speak out on social issues, two hundred fourteen million followers. But will she be interrupted by Kanye west? That's the quote. She obviously has a huge audience. But if she taking the risk of alienating a lot of them, you don't when they take a position these music stars. Like, Dolly Parton has been discussed recently. Her sister wanted her to take positions, and she says, no she doesn't want to do that. Should they should they and what happens when they do that? I think sometimes they get into a lot of trouble. I mean, I remember the Dixie chicks getting a significant amount of trouble. We had Dolly Parton on the show. She said she wants to be an entertainer. I she wants to be able to take people away from politics REBA mcentire's at the same thing. Right. I don't want. I want people to be take away people from politics. Kid Brock on the other hand has been active politically, the now, we know you know, that show. He's alienated some fans you. Come on the show. Did he no he didn't? And then we'll has been really his word of bay toe O'Rourke, and he's alienated some of his fans. So you take the chance of alienating. That's right. Dolly Parton sister. I think one her speak out on me too movement. And she had made that decision. I personally don't need to hear from Taylor swift on politics. I love Taylor swift. I love her music. I think he's an incredible the former clapping. The same time though, I feel bad sometimes celebrities because I think society puts too much pressure on them that if they don't speak that they don't care about. And then when they do speak, you're alienating half of your followers. It seems like Taylor swift though, similar lady Gaga, they started young. And they're now to a place where they're like, you know, what I'm going to speak for myself, not I'm not gonna let the industry to guard. I always do was news area act has but she pleads guilty BT apps. Yeah. But she talked about in the early years how you know, she's now to place where she's in control of her music, and she's the person that she wants to be she's been very open about what she's been through for the generation. Everybody was political Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen Joan Baez and Bob Dylan, and and and a lot of people everybody was political in my generation. It was what you did. And it seems to me if you are enjoying the fruits of our democracy. You have an obligation to speak out when you see that there is injustice going on in this country in this country. You are. A member of this country. You are every day enjoying the freedom that we have that. When you keep quiet. You are really a collaborator in the evil in my opinion. That's what people love that was a lot of criticism of Taylor was this that she has a responsibility with our platform. I will say the all of us know every day. You know, joy you've been doing this twenty years, you divide people who their places and spaces you, and I and all of us go into the people we are on welcome for what we say. And I think they're yes, we bombed on that. There are some people that maybe just don't want to subject themselves to it. I couldn't even imagine not being political and not using my voice, and I think she took a longer time. But I think some women aren't like the woman of the view, and it's okay for me. I don't wanna be like the women on view. You know what I would? I'd say to you joy, though, is just because they're not speaking out publicly doesn't mean they're not doing their duty privately in the mirror who kill. I it. It means it means that they can go, and they can vote for things they're passionate about that. They can handle things way say one hundred and fourteen million followers coming on. That's such that can be so powerful Palo position. Yeah. And. Don't feel pressured to do it though because she did try to protect your pocketbook at the expense of your ethics. I don't find that in an admirable. Yeah. Wickham in the morning and say what if Taylor swift big about what's going on to every morning. I. Mex this guy. I feel so bad about Alex trebek's. I have to say he made a brave announcement because poor guy it's so upsetting. But we're going to talk about him when we come back a little bit. The no makeup thing isn't working out for everybody. A lot of people are going out without makeup lately. I understand about me. Not you. You know, I never wear makeup on the show. I don't she. I know, but we wear it on television. I don't even do the laundry without makeup. Yeah. That's at my own house. But a woman this is a good story woman posted on Reddit that her boyfriend left her after seeing her without makeup for the first time. She apparently had some acne the girl, and so she would cover it with makeup and then one day took the makeup off. And he's like not think so. It's awful visit about a charming guy. What first of all? She should thank him because you don't need that kind of guy. Yep. I've been have horrible acne and general with. Oh, yeah. I struggle with it all the time. I get really bad cystic acne, especially when I'm stressed out. And I somehow found a man to marry me. I know miraculously it's not going to be the end of the world. And it just would've jackass. He's a jerk. I mean, I like to go to bed with little something on I like to look cute. Time but many seen me at my worst. And that's right boy hair get sick. Or you're gonna something's going to happen where you're not gonna look a hundred percent looks go either way when two years old. I mean you to be brief, but no different than you do. Yeah. Right. He did her a favour. Yeah. Really good news about getting older is that everybody kind of loses. This eyesight a little bit. Give is dumb. Not that you blind. But yeah, he can't see without glass show up naked. Real problem though, in social like dating sites now because you can foced whatever photos you want you can edit them with the Kardashian app. Yes. Small ways and a big. And then you meet someone for joy, this is not the same Pershing online. What do you do, you know, you really need to? I think fully love that person with makeup without makeup. I agree. You know, you don't days after a while the person just gets you know, who he is. But you know, I was talking about Alex trebek's. So let's talk about it for a minute because the beloved host of jeopardy axe Alex trebek's price a lot of people yesterday when he shared this view is take a look this week. I was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. Now normally the prognosis for this is not very encouraging, but I'm going to fight this, and I'm going to keep working and with the love and support of my family and friends and with the help of your prayers. Also, I plan to beat the low survival rates. Disticts for this disease. Truth told I have to because under the terms of my contract. I have to host jeopardy for three more years. Him. You guys know I was on jeopardy with Ana Navarro and Al Franken, they both beat the pants off of me. I was so devastated. My way really working I came in dead last. And when I say devastated, I was like a crazy person. And I was like kind of near tears k was so lovely to me came up to me. He was like, I was your clicker. He knew it wasn't. And he was talking me. Yeah. I mean, he's he's a lovely person. And I just wish him all the yes, we very brave and we wish him the best. The best. We'll be right back. Brie Larson and Annette Benning are saving the universe in the superhero blockbuster, captain marvel and their landed at the hot topic stable next. When it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. Twenty nine teen within Australia and more powerful than ever and in their new movie, captain marvel relaunched and that bending are showing off some of that power by saving the entire universe. No, big, please. Welcome to fabulous Brie, Larson and bedding. Great to see you again you ladies. I will you hear before running have never have. Many. Thank you what a powerful duo near a powerful. Do captain marvel is the first marvel movie that has a female superhero. Right. And there she. It's really big deal. I just want to read this because the premium fans would dressed up as the character. And there was even a fighter jet flyover. I don't deal with that. I have I still to be part of a big blockbuster like this. This is big and the premier just like kept going and going. It was like carpet went on forever. And I learned I learned rats, and I'm on a pineapple. I'm actually on the dole pineapple that that's not adult lineup. Those are those are captain marvel girls. Yeah. It's really cool. It's very surreal to be honest. What I love about this movie. It's not just about what's on the screen. It was sort of the environment behind the screen as well. Just empowering women. They were all playing a big role. Yeah. Yeah. That's something that I'm been really impressed with marvel is that they understand that in order to tell a story like this. We have to talk about like a more collective experience. So whether it's in front or behind the camera because there's actually a lot of diversity on both. And they're still try striving for more constantly. So it was a it was a great environment to be on and actually breeze started training to play captain marvel nine months before because you wanted to do your own stunts. Vote was really impressive. Right. So you you had this intense for our daily Jim routine. And by the end, I read that you could lift something like four hundred pounds a deadline to twenty-five. Yeah. Dennis to twenty-five and hip thrusts four hundred. I know this too. I also read you even push a Jeep up a hill. Yeah. Push my trainers. Jeep my gosh. Can you imagine for sixty seconds? Yeah. Apparently, you had an achilles heel the cat. But yeah, I'm have severe allergies. So it was like a joke onset that. I would do these crazy stunts all day, you know, up in the air like fifty feet up in the air. But then if the cat came on and said, I was like ringing my hand O, the cat had some sort of role. Yeah. Right part in this film. And he's really really cute. Yes. Yes. And I also know that you met with real life air, force pilots. That's amazing. My my sister-in-law's in the air force was that like it was incredible. I got to spend two days at the Nellis Air Force base, hanging with fighter pilots, and in particular getting to meet a lot of the women that are in the air force and causing took me up in a plane. We got simulated dogfights who you're on offense and defense. I puked a lot. Jeez. Are no joke. I got to six point five g's, and I got a call sign which Spero me. In a net, you play character called the supreme intelligence without spilling too much of the film. Tell people about this character in the relationship that it has with marble. Well, I play. Yes, I play the supreme intelligence, and I'm like a God like entity, and I meet her in the virtual chamber as she's preparing to go into battle. We actually have a Clinton nickel. A new commander insists that you're fit to serve. I am you struggle with your emotions with your past which feels. You are just one victim of the sprawl expansion that is threatened our civilization for centuries imposters who silently into. Takeover our planets. Horrors the to remember and so much to do not. I'm. Perfect voice come out roll up, but you really have to understand marvel in this role. I heard you to consult your kids. I did I had to swear them to secrecy which today have respected. And I did I got I got us sort of crash course from my kids because they're avid fans, and they knew the whole background to it. And there's some things that I can't talk about the they were also valley can't talk about today. But that they were able to also explain to me have they seen the film yet. No note, the haven't breathe the movie takes place in the nineties, and it's so fun to catch all the references to the time period blockbuster video everybody remember that ALL pagers. I remember that you actually got your start as a child actor in the nineties and and comedy sketches for the tonight show with Jay Leno and we've found one. Easy bake oven. Just find your favorite road kill chop. It up. Pad easy bake batter. And cook. Care easy. What do you think when you see something like that? Well, I remember I remember shooting that because I got a dressing room when they put my name on the door, and it was like in a star. And I remember feeling like I totally made it up, and you know, wrote road kill easy. Great product. Yeah. You know, that you've had so many incredible movies from the time period in which this this new movie is set American Beauty the Griffin as the American president goes on and on do you have a favorite foam from that time period? Well, I'd have to say Bugsy because that's when I met my husband has certainly one of them. And it's a it's a really good. I'd love angel out of all you to a such movie stars. I last shot that is like movie stars personified. Now you've been together for twenty seven years, right? Twenty seven twenty next week. That was the secret. What's the secret? Yeah. A being married. You are invading. There's no secret. I don't think there's any secret for any of us. Anybody who's married knows that there's no secret. But certainly wanting the same things and being helps a lot and that's true of us. So we stayed with the same things in common to right? Yes. As well. As for children the children. Well, it's lovely to see you both again, thanks to be Larson. And then bending captain marvel will be in theaters, and I'm extra. I'm max tomorrow. Max, we'll be right back. Up next meteorologists Janice dean on her. She thought thought against sexual harassment from XBox news. Keith Roger Ailes clubbed back body, shaming trolls. And takes you back to why. She says Don Imus was the boss from hell. Tomorrow on the view, we're honoring International Women's Day because the only place in daytime to see the women behind this powerful. Oscar winning documentary is on the view. I love that tomorrow on ABC. All right. Well, Megan, and I or both lucky enough to have my Janice dean, Fox News. And she shares just how strong resilient and hopeful. She has been through some traumas that would test anyone in her new memoir, mostly sunny. Please welcome the wonderful and sunshiny, Janice. At the moment because I'm enjoying the view. This is amazing. Listen when I was in Canada originally from Ottawa Canada, I had a show on radio called the broad perspective. Oh, I came up with the idea. It was more women talking about issues, and it was based on the show. So this is a full circle moment. I to give credit for no this was already in play. I was just stealing from you lady. And it was after that that you really picked up your life, and you came from FOX. But didn't you start? You've got your big break with Don Imus of all people. I as an editor and entertainment. Reporter you say it was the worst job that you've ever experienced because he was abusive to you you do it should have been my best job. It had everything I ever learned in broadcasting had radio it had television. I was writing the news. I was doing something called a scum report, which is like an entertainment report with a huge name in broadcasting. Don Imus, and like, I said radio and television had everything I was good at. But it was the war. First job of my career. He was very abusive to me from day one. I think I I knew in the first week that I had to get out of the job. What did he do you? If you listened. No. It was never physical. Okay. But if you listen to the radio when I was on with Don Imus. I was doing my job. I was funny, and I had a quick for everything. And I was playing along with the guys I would come off. Erin, I would cry on a daily basis he was just abusive in that he would walk in a room, and you were told not to look at him. If he addressed you then you could address him. He would call me fat stupid. If I made a mistake on his business report, I used to write his business report. He would call me out and say, you're done. I'm not dealing with you for the next week. So everyone dealt with that. But I think he was more cruel to women, and I have since talked to women since this book came out that have worked with him, and there is a consensus there, and he is a family. I get that. I don't hate anyone. But it's now is the time to stand up, and it's taken me sixteen years to finally say that. That was wrong behavior. And it wasn't just wait. You write about so much in this book. But there was one moment where you talk about the fact that I'm as pointed a gun at one of his reporters heads at one point named the bullets after people that he worked for including you. That's all the story. I need to tell you right would take the bullets out of his loaded gun and name them after all of us, and I will have corroboration on this cycle. And he would show us the fact that he had his loaded gun. And there was one time where I was sitting in the at the news desk, and he came out, and he had it and he pointed right at the head of the reporter, the traffic reporter, and it was like you were living this nightmare and everyone around you knew it, but they didn't do any good. It seems to be the the way things are going in this country with Dr Kelly and Michael Jackson the presidency. Everybody's doing these things right in your face. And no one can do any offhand. Anymore? Big can't. Why you hurt people either plan very nicely passed along your resume to Roger Ailes. Yes. Eleborate FOX, which is when you guys met each other, and what happened with him because he you know, he was he had a disgrace because he was sexually harass people. Did he do that to you? What do you do? I met him in the office burst. And he was very charming and very kind saw me on. I Mus made a comment like you're you've got that kind of naughty nece because I was the good time girl on Imus. And but I didn't think anything of it. And you have to realize I came from a job where a man was like pointing guns at someone I needed to get out. I would've taken any job. And then the second meeting we had he had requested. I meet him at a hotel lobby coup. Roger, yes. Oh, I got a call from his secretary saying meet at the renaissance Times Square hotel. He met me there. We sat down he told me to order a drink. I ordered a wine. He. Ordered wine, and then he took my hand and put it in his hand and said if you've been thinking about me, how'd you see me in your life? And I thought this is a weird job interview. And I just thought maybe he was attracted to me. But I I just said, well, I see you as a mentor somebody I love at a grandfather figure. I might not be here. If I had said that. But so it was one of those moments where look my whole career I've dealt with some sort of harassment, especially in broadcasting. Unfortunately, it's changing there's been an earthquake. Thank goodness. And then he called me before I got the job and said, hey, Janice. Dean house Imus. And I said, oh, I can't wait to get out of this job. He said, well, I really like you. I want you to come work for FOX. But how are you at phone sex? And I laughed it off. And I said I'm terrible just really quickly you have dealt with so many things s you're you were diagnosed within two thousand five there's a whole cacophony of adversities that you have faced and overcome. You are the brightest person I have ever met in my entire life. I adore you. You are my sister. And you have shown me what real strength in the face of real adversity is. And I wanna thank you here today for that. Let's let me say this. One. I love you already seconds. Yeah. Roger Ailes wasn't all bad. I went to work for him. I've been there fifteen years. I love this company. It's a family to me. They did the right thing. But he wasn't Darth Vader. And there are a lot of Roger Ailes, unfortunately in this business, but you know, what they're lucky that people like you stay because you helped folks like mega myself, Al, Janice. Dean, we love you so much. Thank you for being here. All right. And of course, member of the audience or getting a copy of her book most sunny learn to compile into the rainy days could be right back. Okay. So anybody have anything to say before we got we have fifteen seconds fourteen thirteen have a great day everyone. We'll take a little talk to joy what pay. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast.

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"As the demand for telemedicine grows so does the need for connectivity. five g. meets that need qualcomm remains focused on giving doctors and patients superior security rich five g connectivity. Learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age. You probably recognize the name janice dean. She is the senior meteorologist for fox news now. unfortunately she's getting news coverage herself and for tragic reason. Miss dean recently lost two family members to the corona virus. Both her mother-in-law and her father in law were among staggering number of new york. State nursing home casualties. At least six thousand six hundred deaths. Janice dean is now adding her voice to those demanding. A full independent investigation into what happened is dean. Says the examination must require the state health commissioner and others in the state government to provide real answers and accountability. Now what we already know is horrible. Under democrat governor andrew cuomo nursing homes were ordered to take thousands of patients sick with the virus even though there were plenty of hospital beds elsewhere in the state those new york nursing homes became factories of death as the corona patients infected vulnerable elderly residents so far andrew. Cuomo has been protected by the media. He hasn't been called out by cnn. Axios the new york times or the amazon prime washington post. They're too busy trying to blame the corona virus on president trump at miss dean you your loved ones. Thousands of other families deserve to know what happened. And why sadly. I don't know i doubt you'll get those answers from democrats or their drive by media. Accomplices they're still trying to sweep it all under the rug.

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Then he goes one thing really forty two executive orders and a resolution to eliminate the electoral college That's kind of a problem. Kind of abruzzo. They've actually submitted to. Hr fourteen is a resolution to seek a constitutional amendment to eliminate the electoral college Wow yeah reading. They said it all as they're not gonna do that by the way they're also in the house They're also in the house debating. Whether or not adding dc as a state requires the constitution. Can't we just vote this through. And if that's not enough. They're also talking about installing seats on the lower courts as well as the supreme court. So they're going to pack those do that. Of course what i'm hearing here is to push for unity. That's what i'm hearing. Is that what you're hearing right. Yeah you behind their ideas. Unifi through marxism. Yeah that's great by the way the the white house is now saying that Yes the language is intentional In all these executive orders you know. They're setting up a whole government of initiatives to address racial equity and support underserved communities and re redress systematic racism in federal policy. Laws and programs So the the president is now going to require all agencies to take affirmative steps to promote diversity equity and inclusion. Now it sounds a lot like equality but it's not equity means a guaranteed same outcome equality means same opportunities. No guaranteed outcome. That's america equity. I'm not really sure what that is except authoritarian state. It's two letters. What will could it possibly do wrong. I mean right. No big deal and right difference and they're taking the l. out which i thought was for lesbian man. No that's you just. Don't take that out us amazing. That's that's one that they've been trying to push through through this. Anti-racist movement the white fragility movement where equity replaces equality. Because then you can say well that justifies all of our targeting of resources toward the groups. That were trying to buy off. We can say it's like affirmative action times a thousand right you know. There's a famous picture of looking over the fence at a baseball game. We seen this. It's like a cartoon in which you have like a kid. You know like three different sizes of full size adult You know a teenager and a little kid and the to near the adult and the Teenager can see over the fence And they have they can see the game where the little kid can't because the kids short now now they all started out on the same level of Of ground so that's equality but the little kid can't see over the fence that's not fair so equity. Is you stagger. The hiring of the boxes. They're standing on so. The little kid can see over the teenagers. You over and over we are all. Everything's totally fine at the end of that we given were actually talking about seeing over offensive a baseball game we would all say the maybe the the team has a right to build a higher fence. Does they're charging for ted bio should see it but you could also say maybe the adult could put the kid on the shoulders. Because that's what he wants to do or you could also point out that Well that adult at one point stood where that kid stood and he couldn't see over the fence either so archie kind kinda shafting the adult because he had to go through that. And aren't you taking away some experiences of that kid. That might shape him as an adult. You could talk about that. But i think it's much better just to say that whole scenario is bullcrap because we're talking about money. We're talking about jobs we're talking about. Should everybody be equal. When it comes to surgery you want the surgeon. That was like yeah well. My test. scores were changed for equity purposes. And i don't want that one. You want the pilot that's like yay i got in. Everybody was voting me out. Everybody was against me. You know yes yes. I had a sixty three on my final test. But i talked to the I talked to the school. And i told them equity and said okay. Here's your license. I don't want that pilot. no. I don't want that pilot. This sounds though just like Someone who would be against the new ben and jerry's initiative or what's the new ben and jerry's initiative. I have to tell you there is nothing that hurts me more than really good ice cream going to waste and now i just cannot by ben and jerry's ever ever. They're knowing their own. This new one is particularly crazy though. They are calling for an end to unequal racist enforcement of social distancing policies and they have a cartoon that they've made it as well really which involve a kid with no. It's a little different the kit in the fence while okay okay. Where apparently police officers are a. If you believe the cartoon very frequently throwing black people in prison for not social distancing but just congratulating white people for not social distancing. There's this idea that when white people gather it's totally fine. They won't do anything to them when black people gather they are punishing them now. I don't know that there's all that much evidence of this. Frankly i didn't know. It was a thing until ben and jerry's started talking about it on the other hand if it is a thing. Isn't this an anti white policy. You've told us the social distancing thing keeps us alive right. You told us wearing masks. And social distancing is the thing that will keep alive. So you'd want to enforce those population you cared about and not enforce it on a budget actually didn't care about exactly right so why people to die this. Is this an anti white thing. These policies are actually protecting. Their ice cream is called death to vanilla by the way back to the equity thing. The equity orders are set up So they can re address racial equity and support underserved communities. This is why this is. Why biden announced his orders on cova ed And said i believe this nation and this government need to change their whole approach to the issue of racial equality equity. I'm embedding racial equity across the administration's response to covid nineteen and the economic crisis. That's remember when he said. I'm only if you're a woman if you're a minority disadvantaged your going gonna get the bailouts and he didn't mention white people This is equity. This is equity white people. You've had enough 'cause we all in this together. There's no real way constitutionally to give reparations for slavery right so like that was always an excuse right it's just the justification these policies are just trying to do it without doing it right like you're just a groups you believe are underprivileged and you're throwing the resources at them with justification of the pandemic glenn beck program governor. Andrew cuomo claimed friday after the new york attorney. General's office Showed a new report that it looks like he may have the number of nursing home. Covid deaths been underestimated by as much as fifty percent. He said this. A third of all deaths in this nation of from nursing homes new york state. We're only about twenty percent only but we're below the national average in number of deaths nursing homes but who cares thirty. Three twenty eight died in hospital died in a nursing. Home they died. This sounds very familiar. Do you remember this. The fact is we had four dead. Americans was because a protest or is it because of guys out for a walk one night decided they'd go kill some americans. What difference at this point does it make. It is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again. Wow the same tactic being used by Andrew cuomo we want to bring in janice dean. She's from fox. She's the fox news senior meteorologist. The reason why is she is talking about. This is because her husband lost both of his parents in a nursing home in new york and we welcome janice back to the program. Hi janice trigly- nice to see him. My friend go to see you so tell me. Tell me what. Your reaction is to governor cuomo. Where do i start. It's been ten months that i've been covering this governor and he continues to really surprise me with his arrogance his narcissism his stupidity. He continues to go on national television on friday. And you know says things like you just aired. Who cares so so. Tell me the twenty-eight percent the rest of the country has thirty three percent. is that true. Well i have to. I began by saying i was surprised. The attorney general here in new york democrat who's endorsed by governor cuomo did her own in st gatien. Seventy six pages of a report into the nursing home issued the something that i have been shouting from mountain tops for ten months. You know i've been on your program talking about cuomo and the mandate Kobe positive patients in nursing homes and the fact that this governor continues to hide the numbers. The justice department had an investigation into him. He didn't give them any information. Glenn i got it from a top source with the justice department. The top invested guitar a unit in the nation. And he wasn't giving them information so she took it upon herself to investigate him and came up with the fact that the numbers have been skewed. He's been basically covering them up for many months now and there are at least fifty percent higher than they've officially been reporting. The official number was fifty six percent off of this report which was Incredible and fifty six percent higher east you higher than they really said it. Which brings that number to twenty eight or does it bring that number higher than twenty eight. I don't know the answer to that. I do know that that that the figure they've released already though is still too low. I mean listen to this. The figures could be even higher but the health department said. It's it was ongoing. Didn't breakout deaths for presumed but not confirmed to be caused by the virus and omitted those in assisted living or other types of long term care facilities. There's still much much more to unravel here. Janice yes absolutely. And that's why. I am pressing everyone to in government in local government as well as state government and even federal government. We need independent. Bipartisan investigation into this governor. And the whole debacle the whole nursing home massacre but i will tell you there is light. There is a door opening because of this. Ag report and now the new york times is starting to dig in on the governor and this new agey report as well as the vaccine roll out. There is an article a damning article in new york times today. Talking about how nine of his higher ups in the health department are leaving are leaving and they had an interview with cuomo. And would you believe this was his quote. Glennon stu everybody has a plan until i punch them in the face. Basically saying i don't need anybody. I know who i rely on. And the article lays out hospital. Lobbyists top donors not scientists. Not people who should be telling you not to put kobe positive patients nursing homes hospital. Lobbyists they give him. Millions of dollars are whispering in his ear about the nursing home issue and the vaccine rollout. This is criminal. Glenn stu it's criminal so jenness we you know it looks as though gavin newsom. You know the to wonder boys were newsom and cuomo and newsom looks like there's a real chance of him being removed by the people. Do you see that kind of a recall. Andrew cuomo taking root in new york still. I think we need a new mug. Ed komo's awful mugs and we need now recall andrew cuomo. I'm in. I'm in for this. But here's the thing. I've done research. We can't do that in new york. It's it's it's suspenseful kind of thing of beauty that they have in california. We can't do that here in new york but we need to take powers away. He has control over everything they gave him superpowers so no one can challenge him. And i've been saying to lawmakers grow a spine. You have a lot of ammunition now against the governor. Go in and take his powers away. We are a democracy not a monarchy usually. They don't do anything until they think the king will be dead. Nobody wants to put a knife in the back of the king. If the king can live through it and i think that's probably what's going on. Everybody is shy until it looks like. He's weakened off to take out. Which is it's it's sick but that's what happens. Imagine if donald trump had not what we saw after what happened in the capitol people started exiting the white house and the press just dog piled and said this is an administration out of control. Everybody is leaving. You have nine of the top health officials of new york leaving because of andrew cuomo. Isn't that worth more than just one story. Because the mainstream media the new york times is but you're not seeing very much time spent on abc nbc cbs. He's not getting the pushback that that quite honestly is warranted with nine. Top health advisors walking out and not listening to the science not listening to the scientists listening to his top hospital lobbyists who have been basically whispering in his ear since the very beginning of the pandemic. This is the reason why the meteorologist on fox news channel is getting political because i saw none of the coverage i was seeing these little bits and reports about you know the kobe positive patients going into nursing homes his executive order that was scrubbed off his website and the fact that he was hiding the numbers and because i was not seeing the coverage on all of the mainstream as you mentioned the. Abc's the cbs's the nbc's who were instead anointing this man as like a hero love life. Tell us about your family. You could be the next president. I mean that's why i'm here. That's why i'm you know sounding the alarm and it's still to this day. They continue to cover up for him. It's incredible i mean those those interviews. He did with chris cuomo from this period. I mean are going to be legendary. I think in the end of this. you know. what's weird. Is you know this too if i am friends with somebody or i like somebody or there's somebody in my own religion. I usually am harder on them right. Because i don't ever want people to say. Oh well he's just cutting them slack and it's unfair sometimes how hard i am on them. This is the exact opposite this is. I mean it's cnn colluding with the government of new york. There really is i. I wanna get your perspective on on this. Because i had this feeling in a big way. Nobody's done more to keep andrew cuomo accountable. The janice dean is should be a ruse clear. I've ranted about it a lot as well and to the point. Where if you had looked at this story at all janice you knew this eventually was coming. This is not a surprise. We all new new york was the only state doing this and counting the deaths. This way we all knew eventually there's going to be released. There is a multiple lawsuits on this front people at the empire center and others who are trying to get this information everyone who had looked at his performance at all new. Eventually this number was gonna come out. I was stunned to see how shocked everyone was by it. Partially i'm i'm happy that people are finally coming to this and seeing this but like the cnn headline andrew cuomo is kobe. Performance may have been less stellar than it seemed like. This is not bad or they were shocked by us information. I don't know whether it'd be encouraged or discouraged by all of this. Well can i tell you. A story of what happened over the weekend I've met a lot of families Who have been grieving. Same story as my family They lost a loved one in a nursing home and my friend. Dawn did an interview. With lester holt on nbc. On thursday when the aid g report was released. They got in touch with her and they sent a reporter or they did a zoom session with a reporter. And she's very vocal about cuomo every rally that i've ever been to. She has a sign that says killer. Cuomo i mean she really really believes that this man killed her mom and so they started the interview and she's done a few of these enough times that she knows they only take little sound bites of her. They never start with the andrew. Cuomo did this. I hold him accountable so now when she does these interview she always starts with. And i blame andrew. cuomo andrew. Cuomo was the one that put kobe positive. Patients in nursing homes andrew. Cuomo killed my mom. Well she did that. And what did the reporter do. The producer would clip no. No she told her. Do not say andrew cuomo please state the Say the state of new york state of new york. Yes yes she. That's that's on their minute. Fifteen clip that they used for the big. Ag seventy six page report is my friend. Don basically being coached on what to say instead of what she wanted to say so she wrote on facebook this weekend. I did this interview with lester. Holt and this is the reason why a lot of us you know we wanna get on the mainstream media right. We want to tell people what's going on. But they're but they're trying to tell us what we should say and so she got on facebook and said i did this interview. They only use like ten seconds of it and they coached me instead of saying what i feel is andrew. Cuomo was the reason why my mom died. Bay said new york state failed. And that's what they used and she was angry and poke yup yup posted on twitter. It went viral and i called him out. Nbc's today show. Lester holt shame on you for covering up this governor and we had her on fox and friends this morning. We gave her six and a half minutes suit. I told her story. And she said governor cuomo. You're the reason why my mom is dead. Do me a favor. call her for me. Tell her that our producers unicol off sara reach out to you we'll put her on in In the next hour at the bottom of the hour. Thank you plant you guys you are. You're doing god's work on this. I wish you the best and please stay in touch with us. Let us know how we can help. I will my friend. Thank you to your viewers and your audience. Thank you very much. This is the best of the glenn beck program and we really want to thank you for listening. So i wanna make it really clear. I believe in a conspiracy. But it's not a theory it's an it's a fact. There is a class of all powerful elites in government in high tech and big business and media and they have an unknowable amount of control over each of our lives right now they have more power influence and control than even we understand at this point. They're talking about algorithms. That will help change your mind. You're on one side of the i'll be talking about algorithms that will get you away from trump. I don't know that's kind of spooky isn't it. i mean. I don't mind if you make an argument but if you're manipulating what i see now. I only believe in this because it's provable easily. It's happening right in front of us. It's happening to us. We see it. Play out in the form of the number of masks. We now have to wear or where we eat. Can we eat inside. Or outside where we congregate whether or not our teachers teach. Even though it's a safe school environment that we paid billions of dollars to enhance to make sure everything was safe. The proof is in the executive orders and the the media and their idols and the oligarchy most recently seen getting help from their partners in the government to stop the forgotten man from winning on wall street by investing freely and playing by the rules. This time it was game. Stop what will be next. We haven't even arrived at the great reset yet and that changes capitalism itself to the core. The oligarchy is a snake's nest. If you don't know what an oligarchy is. it's basically a country run by corporations and dirty corrupt politicians. It's russia global corporations bonded to the government in a twisted new religion. I know it's also china. Why would i say religion because it's a religion that is ironically anti religion because the oligarchy can only exists exist if the masses disowned. God if you take away a man's god he will replace it with something. That is not god. We know that to be true. That's why they work so hard to destroy religion in place of god you're given terror burrowed inside of convenience are unconsented subordination to the oligarchy is a form of worship they tell us we enjoy Subservience they have convinced while. I can't live without it. I you know. I can't communicate and we did fine before. Have become a function of the oligarchy. We depend on it now for everything and by disowning god in favor of the oligarchy. The individual is disowning himself. Because we're forgoing the chance of meaningful survival as one psychologist put it. Society is the sum total of the individuals in need of redemption but there are no individuals in the oligarchy is just a shinier version of the marxist idea of the state except it's not about the people it's about your convenience but it's still about the same thing power and money. The state is just a high minded attempt to hide corruption and make evil men fill less bound for hell. But it's the same lineage. The same story but perhaps the oligarchy is the worst idea duration yet. Because this one knows everything about you the stasi was nothing. Compared to what high tech has on you think about this. The oligarchy is fueling itself on the death of your individuality. it wants you to consume endlessly. But it's a self consumption. You're being asked to sacrifice yourself. And i think secretly. We all know this is happening. Sales for nineteen eighty-four have skyrocketed skyrocketed. With a lot about orwell in nineteen eighty-four and for good reason or well predicted. What's happening all around us. If you read. Nineteen eighty-four about couple. Three months ago. I wrote re reread it. I read it. And since i was in high school. My gosh it is reading a newspaper and that's only half of it. The other half is huxley's brave new world. Which should be a required companion piece to nineteen eighty four today in nineteen eighty. Four society is forced to hold opposing and contradictory views in their heads. At all times man is a man but a man can have a baby. A man can be a woman. You can't deny that and a man can become a woman and then that woman is just the same as any man and men and women are equal but it would be better if we had more women on the board of directors because well they're more than equal they're different somehow but they're the same in a brave new world. The hapless citizens of the state are full of blissful self cannibalism obedience. Obedience is the result of a parasitic propaganda campaign that began before the citizens were even born. There is plenty of censorship. lots of forbidden literature. But unlike fahrenheit four fifty one and nineteen eighty-four the people in the brave new world excited to welcome the censorship. Isn't that us now. How many people do you hear that. Well there's freedom of speech but not really freedom of speech. They were so inundated in brave new world with useless and distracting information. They just stopped processing any of it. Do you know anybody that has said. I just can't watch it anymore. The book is just as full of slogans as one thousand nine hundred four but the slogans or catchier like ad copy history is bunk. Have you heard anything like that. Everyone works for everyone else. We can't do it without any one and you didn't build this. Their motto is community identity stability the same exact creepy vagueness and manufactured warmth that you see play out over and over again in the last year. The hypocrisy is so constant and obvious that it makes you question your reality community identity stability. It's a misnomer the same way. That antifa is an inaccurate representative of antifascist. And it's not by mistake in brave new world. people live under the model. Everyone belongs to everyone else. Individual individuality does not exist. Everything is shared the jew here the great reset by twenty thirty. You will own no private property. There will be no private property and you will like it. That's a quote from the world economic forum brave new world everybody shares. There is no private property and everyone loves it. Monogamy is taboo. Even solitude is framed as psychotic nothing can be intense or long long drawn. Citizens are trained to avoid having to live through a long time interval between the consciousness of a desire and its fulfilment in other words right now and then forget it. They're told take a holiday from reality whenever you like income back without so much as a headache or mythology which is code for take away the collective human history. The state the oligarchy. They hold all control and the workers serve as their unwitting slaves. Unwitting is the key. Citizens can't realize that they're being used. It's a complicated caste system that hides the real social ranking a pyramid scheme that the elite are packaging as community identity stability. They can't be no that the people can never figure out that they're being used as anybody noticed that everything. The democrats say they're against fascism corporatism. They're now pushing. All of these things are being pushed and yet the people involved in the democratic party that are that are that are just the voters. They still don't know that why because none of their media is covering it. I actually feel sorry for most of them. The state in brave new world is the precursor to the oligarchy of now an earlier version. You can probably trace back to the separation of light from dark. During the creation of the universe from that moment life had predators and prey and humans took this dynamic and turned it into entertainment. And now there's a class all powerful elites with unknowable measures of control over each of our lives more power and influence and control than we could ever know the understand the oligarchy. We have to understand ourselves. We have to escape. The pointless chaos of an oligarch class that resets our history and shames the act of remembering. Otherwise we're we're all going to drown ceaseless flood of information and propaganda and maybe never any truth and without a sense of what is true without the belief that life holds the potential for meaning we're just toothpicks in. Somebody's social experience. Some private game for the oligarchy. That's the existence demand of you your existence your individuality because individuality is a obstacle to them. You belong to everyone else. You belong to the oligarchy. And you're so much more useful if you conform we're making choice every day by staying in it but has anybody ever asked you if this is what you want.

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Janice Dean

The Michael Berry Show

16:42 min | 2 months ago

Janice Dean

"What a year on so many levels one of the most positive things to come out of it is how many people really seem to have found their voice. Janice dean is one of those. Not only do you see her on fox news but she is a wife. She is a daughter in law and she refused to allow the deaths of her mother-in-law and father-in-law in two separate nursing homes. Be in vain from that experience. She has continued to shine light on what happened in new york and finally it appears we may be turning the corner now. I read y'all earlier. The story that john nolte wrote about why the media is taking andrew. Cuomo down over the metoo movement instead of the the nursing home debacle and that's because newsom murphy wolf and whitmer had all done what he also did with regard to nursing homes but at least finally those deaths are being talked about that policy is being talked about and a big part of the reason is janice dean enron. Kim the new york assemblyman in in new york and that does that's a story that deserves to be told because it had they not had they not spoken out. Then who knows if this story would have stayed in the news. Probably not jan dean is our guest and i gotta tell you i am so proud of you and the courage you have displayed over the last year. I know it's not been easy if been easy but thanks to people like yourself and your listeners and fox news and the media outlets that have cared about the story the very beginning and have allowed me to speak about my family. My story And and be interested in the story and for justice to happen. I mean that's all. I wanted to shine a light on what is happening. And now i really. I'm hopeful that we're going down the road of a solid investigation into this governor. And from what i have been seeing and reading and learning about. I truly believe it's criminal. I think you're right. And i wanna talk about that but i i wanna talk about a message. I have tried to share for the last year throughout all of this. And that is the basis of your new book. Make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times. Did you write this book primarily so that others would see the sunshine or to remind yourself of the sunshine. Both and i really believe this book is meant to be and i started writing it and putting it together before the pandemic happened. I've been doing good news stories for many years in my career. And i've always wanted to do a book featuring everyday heroes people that you would meet on the street or you might come in contact with once in your lifetime but you remember something. They did or what they said to you That made an impact so when i began writing You know. Obviously it was something i was excited about. But then the pandemic happened. And i was doing these issues and writing while we were going through the darkest time we've had with our family with my husband leave losing both of his parents. I would look forward to talking to these people and listen to their stories and try take great solace in knowing that many of these people have gone through big challenges in their life and come out the other side saying to themselves. I wanna be a better human being. And so i didn't know at the time but i think i was the greatest recipients of this book by writing it and talking to the people in it. It's a dangerous thing when we live in a media environment that rewards negatively on a daily basis. What what andrew cuomo did needed to be told. But i also think we have to be very careful that we don't get only as solely a steady diet of that and i think we have to recognize that even in the darkest times maybe especially in the darkest time there is as you say sunshine in the double entendre given what you do. But i think that's important for people to understand. Vitamin d is one of the biggest antidotes to the covid vaccine. We need a little sunshine in these days literally and figuratively most definitely. And you know what i am doing with my advocacy and an interest in this story for my family is ensuring that no other families will have to go through this again. I believe there is light at the end of the storm. The sun does come out. And i've always said you know. He has the powerful name and the democrats. But i have the angels on my side. And i've always had them on my side and i truly believe that they have given me strength and courage during this time when i needed it. Most the book is make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times share with me one of those stories. It's hard to pick just one. But i will tell you the story of kerry blazes the first first story. I i write about in the book. And i met kerry during the pandemic. Her story was posted on social media. And i thought and thought man what a beautiful thing. She has a daughter who has type one diabetes and at the beginning of the pandemic when we really didn't know how terrible the virus was. And and who would be the most vulnerable. She was afraid for her daughter. Obviously because she's compromised so she put a big sign on the on the front of her porch and her on her house. That said if you're delivering a package please leave the package. The at the you know. Don't ring the doorbell. Not come gonna come and sign anything because we have a compromise member of our family here so just leave. Whatever you're delivering right at the you know at the stoop here and a fedex driver saw the sign and went back to his truck and got something to sanitize the package and did it himself. He smears the writing on the package and and was worried. He didn't want them to think that it was tampered with. So we wrote on the package. I sanitize You know the box. I just wanted to let you know and be safe and little the. He know that she had one of those nest cameras that you know showed everything That was happening. Fedex driver seeing the sign going back to the fedex truck sanitizing the package leaving the package and going his way. Well she tells her husband. Look at this look at how wonderful this this gesture was and the husband said you know you should put that on social media will get a raise or or or some you know. Congratulations from fedex. Because that's that's a pretty amazing awesome thing for somebody to do to take the time out of their date. Actually sanitize a package for us. So she did she put it on social media and then The local The local tv station where they live in florida decided to feature the story and it got the attention. It deserved and it turns out. Justin a fedex. Driver has a young daughter who when she was a baby was premature and so he knew what it was like to have a family member. That was compromised. And you you had to you know. Give extra care to to that person or that child So like i said. I started the book talking about the story because there was so many layers to it. You know there was. There was kerry and her daughter and wanting to take care of her and then there was a wonderful selfless driver. That just went did the extra step to do something kind and not expecting anything of it. and those are the people. I wanna shed light on those are the heroes of you know of the pandemic and and people that make you want to be a better human being and it troubles me that i feel. There's been so much over the last year that that has reduced humanity to vectors of a virus and we forget the humanity underneath. We all need a little kindness. We all should give a little kindness and it almost feels like. That's gone by the wayside in this desperate desire to wag a finger to call out the cops on someone to shut someone down. And i think that's really unhealthy. I think long term that's very unhealthy esau story today about an increase in the depths of despair and i think that's a big reason for that we need some positive in our lives. You have to look for it though. That's another thing that i that i sort of talk about in the book. Is you have to be open to it. And i think once you're open to it like a flower getting sunshine or you know or rain you know getting goodness you have to open your heart to it. otherwise you won't See it or feel it seriously it. That is so true. I wanna talk about what's happened in new york a lot of people have really felt like your advocacy on behalf of your in laws and on behalf of a lot of other. Who who's who didn't weren't didn't have a that had the platform and the courage that you did to speak out. A lot of people have been very grateful as it feels like. Finally people are looking at what happened with andrew cuomo. How frustrating is it that it was the metoo movement that the media seems to care more about When in fact it was eleven thousand lives lost that they just look the other way and and said they were cuomo sexual and he's the love of during all of that had he not sexually harassed was at five aids have come forward now then they would have just they would have just moved on and that seems wrong. It seems wrong It is wrong all of it's wrong but it's part of the same human person it's part of the same andrew cuomo The way he leaves his power harassment is not about sex. It's about power and making someone feel small and you know And dominating them And that's what sexual harassment is about. And so i'm not surprised that he has that in his background As well so. I think it's all part of the same thing. It is unfortunate that the news organizations that did not cover The nursing home issue the nursing home massacre and the cover up of that. It's sad that all of a sudden they think this is their day to cover andrew cuomo because it's the latest it gets headlines but if it does make somebody realize that he's not a good guy and that they read about how he treats women poorly and that women are finally standing up and saying. You're not gonna do this anymore. And then they read you know even if it's a line or two about the nursing homes well at least they're seeing something because we didn't have anything six months ago. Six months ago he was the pandemic politician writing books. And getting emmys. And now we're finally seeing the downfall of andrew cuomo. He had what was billed as an apology. You're an explanation. And i noted that someone said he deserved an emmy for that effort. Was there anything that you took away from that. That you felt showed any remorse. And what would you like to hear him say no. I don't think he has any empathy or remorse in him at all. I actually think it's a a deficiency He in the very beginning should have apologized to families and taking responsibility and had he done that at the very beginning had he said i made a mistake. I wasn't listening to science I i will spend the rest of my career trying to right. This wrong I i am sorry for your loss you know. Instead of writing books and winning emmys. I think we families would have accepted that because you're in the middle of one hundred year pandemic. Of course people are going to make mistakes but it was his ego and the fact that he could never own up to those mistakes. That really you know was his downfall. I suppose how disappointed how hurt. How wounded where you personally as a journalist to see how many of your peers in media fawned over him after all this came out and that but for the sexual harassment claims would have never corrected that record. It's really sad. I i had an exchange with a pretty well known journalist that works for one of those networks And i basically said you guys didn't cover the nursing homes. You're covering the metoo stuff but you didn't cover the fifteen thousand dead and the cover up and this person said well we did. We did and gave me a date of when they thought it was important to cover the nursing home story and it was in february of this year. Yeah and i just. I i am i shaking my head to this day And it's very sad. It's very sad that these journalists that it's okay to not cover fifteen thousand dead elderly The policy that was put in place by this governor and the fact that we now know he tried to cover up the numbers. It's it's dumb dumb founding. Have there been any policy changes in new york in response to any of this well they reversed the order forty six days afterwards but it was scrubbed from the from the website People still can't get in to see their loved ones in nursing homes. That's part two of the story so people have seen their relatives for a year and they are are unbelievably heartbroken. that it's still not possible to get in and see their loved ones in nursing homes and they are it is prison. I mean actually. They treat prisoners better than they treat those Who want to visit the nursing homes to see relatives. It's unbelievable it's just. I'm not sure how we're gonna recover from this and and move forward There's so many layers to it and and you know i guess we could just be just take it day by day and hopefully soon Those people will be able to get in but people are dying now of broken hearts and starvation and not thinking that they're ever going to see their family again janice dean. I hope for justice. But i pray for peace for you and your family. The book is make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times. Thank you for joining us. I hope you'll come back. Of course i will my friend thank you.

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Best of The Program | Guests: Jeff Brown & Janice Dean | 11/17/20

The Glenn Beck Program

39:50 min | 6 months ago

Best of The Program | Guests: Jeff Brown & Janice Dean | 11/17/20

"A qualcomm we believe in staying connected and you can see us wherever five g is helping transform telemedicine supporting remote education empowering mobile. Pc's the invention ages here. Learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age pay. Welcome to the podcast sure. It's not the daily then. What again this is daily We talk a little bit about dominion and what's happening with the ballot count today also we. We went into something. That's really really important that there was a lawsuit in california that is kind of put a lid on gavin newsom and it is good for freedom lovers. We'll see what happens. He says the same thing that the michigan governor governor said. She's just going to go around the courts and she'll just use her own power to do it in other ways we'll see as freedom on the rise or is it being slowly crushed to death also. Let's be more like france jalle. Actually we tell you why coming up in just a little while nick. Depaula joins us. Also janice dean. An amazing story of what cuomo has actually done. And how many people he's actually killed in the state of new york. Forget to go to blaze. Tv dot com slash. Glenn the promo code is glenn You get thirty bucks off your subscription you get access to not only a radio show. You can watch live every day. Also glenn beck's tv show coming up Tomorrow yup on georgia and what the choices in front of georgia. This huge huge store. That people are not paying attention to and that follows a brand new studios america as well so we should check it out blaze. Tv dot com slash. Promo code. glenn three bucks off. You're listening to the jeff. Brown is a frequent guest on this program when it comes to technology he's the founder and chief investment analysts for brownstone research. He's the editor of the bleeding edge And i've kind of asked him to step out of his expertise in some ways. Who's not an expert on voting machines. But he is a tech expert. He spent twenty five years as high technology executive. He's worked with call qualcomm annex p semiconductors also juniper networks and i asked him on friday tell me about the dominion voting systems. So he's gone to work over the weekend and over the last few days and he's been doing his homework and And looking for the the odds of this being being able to easily compromise is the dominion system. Jeff brown joins us now. Hello jeff how are you. Hi good morning so you went. You start at just using the you user's manual. You went and read. God bless you man. You went read the user's manual. Well it it's not very exciting reading but it's a great place to start Obviously it's it's accessible directly from Dominion and we can see how the company Essentially manages the voting machine and of course The security of the election process through its own technology and it also Goes to pretty detailed lengths to Densify how much risk is actually involved. in its own system which might seem counterintuitive. Yeah so first of all is it. Can you access the voting machines easily from the outside with nefarious intent. Access these so the the answer to that is absolutely Now there's some caveats one is is if we're talking about someone that's remote and not At the Election or the polling center The machine would obviously have to be connected and as we learned and several instances they were connected to the internet so if that In a situation like that People would be able to access that these machines with the right credentials now. What's interesting though. Is that these. Machines are just like any computer that you are. I would have They have what's called an administrative password and People that are in charge of managing these machines at the polling centers have access Essentially administrative access to the machines. Anyone that has The keys or the password to gain administrative access. has the ability to modify delete alter change election results. How how hard would that be Not hard at all In fact You know we look as i reviewed the security of the platform Dominion outlines in its user manual That with access A user would have the ability to For example tamper with the device configuration. They can tamper with election result files they can audit or change or manipulate the audit logs of the dominion system They can even tamper with transmitted election. Results so they can give one thing to the federal election committee and Alter the data that's actually on the Dominion system that. What i found that was very interesting. is that the mitigation. For many of these security vulnerabilities were to implement a quote implement the proper process for access control for memory card handling and unit storage. So the solution was simply for humans. I e people that were working at these polling centers to protect the memory card which is easily accessible on the side of the machine. So only so could. Could you take the memory card change it and put it back or could you swap it out with a preloaded memory card. Both the The only security mechanisms to secure the memory card is one of those small little plastic strings. That is supposed to provide evidence that there hasn't been any tampering. But you can simply cut that off. Take out the memory card you could even switch the memory card and put a new Kind of tamper-proof plastic String onto the dominion System It would be very easy to take one memory card out. Put another one in. It would be easy to take A memory card alter the date in the information on the card before it was transmitted For final tabulations. So can can you double votes or change or flip votes easily. Could you just go into the and do those things. Yeah so again. Anyone that would have administrative access to the dominion machine. could easily do what you just suggested. And there's another mechanism There could also be used after all. This is a software platform and The ability to for example Wait a vote so for every one vote that's cast for one candidate Two votes could actually be tabulated And y fraction of votes. You can why would you have that. Why there's only one reason would be to manipulate the voting results. dominion systems. I think as you probably know are used in some pretty nefarious countries where legal elections in the owners manual. That you can set it to count one to know this is just An example of what you can do with Programming the machine. But we read is. We saw in the that You know it's been referred to as software glitches or a malfunction or suddenly these machines Stopped counting obviously A simple explanation. The most simple explanation could be that Obviously the software was being tampered with or different software was being used to To change the voting results all right. So we have a motive. We have means it could be done. But we don't have any evidence that anything was done At all so we're kind of going this in a in through the back way were saying that means motive and opportunity. Yes toll those things. however that doesn't mean a crime has been committed. Is there any way to easily go. And look at these machines and audit. And no i mean usually when you'll make a change to software you make you leave a trail. Yes that's right and so the answer is yes The right thing to do the right thing to do to get definitive proof would be to do a full software audit of the software on the machines in these Swing states you know where The the voter fraud is Heavily suspected It is would not be difficult to find The part of the software code that has been the nippy lated to produce death results. That's the beautiful thing about suffer. it just does what. It's told instructed to miscount. Then they can find a software engineer can find exactly where in the code The software is that would cause a false or fraudulent Results you would seem logical that we would as a nation want to do this after before and after every election that we would. I mean there's no. I don't understand why we're working with archaic software. There's there's there's no reason for any of this in ages there there isn't at all and to make matters worse worse. It's almost as if the dominion machines designed to have several fail points in other words several major security risks. Why would you say that. It was designed that way be because no one if they were building a system or a network whether it be for corporation or a government no one would design these many six risks into a system if they wanted to keep the data and information on altered and safe all us Dominions own words for these different levels of tampering of of audit logs device configurations they signed a risk rating And in many cases the risk rating is high. These our dominions own words. This do you have the dirty. Do you have the you happen to have the book in front of you because you said in the notes that i got that on page four hundred. Four hundred and fifty two to four sixty nine. They outline in detail. The high end medium risk. That ballots can be tempered with correct. Yes page four hundred and fifty. Two tampering with device configuration. The risk rating is high Page four hundred and fifty five tampering with election result files. The risk rating is high tampering with transmitted election results files on also on page four fifty five risk rating is high user. Just a few examples. Why from their owner manual won't own user manual. I understand why texas would reject this. Why would anyone buy it. Why would anybody buy something for elections here in the united states. Unless you wanted to tamper. Why would anybody buy that. They wouldn't i can absolutely assure you that any For example chief technology officer or chief security officer they would never purchase a product with software. That has all of these vulnerabilities for their business or their division of a government. Would they would never do it to pull something like this off. Does it require What level of sophistication would require and how big of a conspiracy circle. Would it require to to change the votes in in swing states honestly with If the bad actor is an insider in other words they work for the polling station. As long as they have administrative access They can they can manipulate the votes This is no you know. The system is no different than What consumers are used to in terms of Working with for example a windows based system these are normal. Kind of user interfaces. You wouldn't have to be with administrative access. My point is you wouldn't have to be a software engineer to do it Now if you were remote and connected through the internet then you'd have to have a different level of skills and especially if you wanted to go back and make modifications and then basically cover your tracks and modify the audit logs So the question you asked about whether or not somebody that was really sophisticated and Wanted to do this on a wider scale. could literally also altered those audit logs. Now why you know against your question you can actually design the system. So the audit logs couldn't be altered but they've designed system so that they can be altered unbelievable. Jeff thank you very much. Jeff brown founder and chief investor analysts brownstone research also the editor of the bleeding edge. You can find him at his website. Brownstone research dot com. Thank you as always everybody's around on the last curve and into the next year and hopefully making plans to spend with family and friends gathering and breaking bread together this holiday season seasons change. And i always think this time of the year is the best because it brings out the best in all of us. Well no matter what your holidays looked like. 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I am thrilled to meet someone that. is upset as stu is on andrew cuomo. I don't know how he gets away with what he has gotten away with in new york but it's despicable. it's really despicable. Tell me how this story affected you before. We get into all the stats. Well my husband lost. Both of his parents corona virus His dad was in a nursing home. The plan was to have both parents in an assisted living facility close to where we are And the back story on. That is his parents. Lived enough or story walkup in brooklyn for almost sixty years. They didn't want to move. It was rent controlled. We tried for many years to try to get them to move they wouldn't listen to us As they got older they had more health problems. His dad was suffering from dementia He was his. His health was going downhill very quickly. His mom had problems walking. She had to use a walker. We had aids coming into the the building but my husband's still had to go to their apartment were trips to the er. It was It was to the point where we had to have twenty four hour care for both of they can take care of themselves. They couldn't take care of each other so we found a great assisted. Living residents very close to us on long island in the plan was to have them both together in a double room. His dad needed rehab because he had a lot of issues. We had to get him in. Better shape And he was only there for a couple of weeks glenn when the coronavirus came in to play and that was at the very end of march we got a call on saturday morning. saying his dad wasn't feeling well and up until this point where we're getting updates. He was doing fine both of them. We're doing fine and the saturday morning. sean gets the phone call that his dad isn't feeling well and that he's running a fever and three hours later. He's he's dead. Holy cow yep. They call us to tell he s. He died three hours after the initial phone call of saying he wasn't well and because we were in quarantine we couldn't go physically go see him For you know at least a week and a half. We weren't able to go see him. We were trying to get regular updates. So we didn't find out that he had covert until the duck certificate And we didn't know that at this point that the governor was putting code positive patients into nursing homes. It was only after he died. That i started seeing the reports and i remember getting a phone call before he died from one of the age. That was taking care of him saying that they were moving him to another floor so that they could accept more patients. So that was my first red flags. Yeah and your husband's mom. Yeah his his. My husband had to call his mom to tell her that her husband had died. She hadn't seen him in in many weeks It was the hardest thing he's ever had do. She got sick in her assisted living facility and transported to the hospital and we didn't know she had cobra until she got to the hospital. She died several days later And the other reason why. I'm angry and i'm upset is because her number does not count because the governor will not count or at least won't release. The number of kobe patients that got cove in their elder care facilities but died in the hospital. They're the only state that counts it like that right there. The only state that says if you got it at a nursing home but you died in the hospital it doesn't count correct And there have been people trying to sue for this information. We were supposed to get the information from his health. Commissioner howard zucker Before the election and then it was delayed until after the election. And now we're not supposed to get the total numbers until in january so there are the empire center which is a watchdog of sorts It has sued the governor and his health department for this information. Because if we're going to go forward and we're getting into a second wave now if we don't have the actual total numbers that's a big problem. Do we have any idea of a guess and educated guess. The educated guess is double what they are reporting. So the governor's reporting. I think sixty five hundred deaths in the nursing home facilities and i'm hearing the estimates are at least double that when you include those that guide in the hospital but got covert in their elder care facility with this new perspectives to What are the what are other states looking at. New york's performance in basically every category is worse than every other state And the only thing. The only states that compete with new york are states like new jersey which was largely overflow from from new york You know an and to show you how disingenuous cuomo has been on this point. I mean we all know that he imported kovic positive patients into nursing homes right and he also will not tell everyone what the actual total of of nursing home deaths are. You won't say what they are. He will not report. It has been months and months and months lawsuits and everything else. What makes him uniquely awful in every single way. Are things like this where he uses the second point that he's only disclosing half the deaths as a defense for his initial policy. Because when you ask them about his initial policy of importing these patients he says well look at our numbers were like thirty fourth in the nation will only thirty fourth in the nation. Because you're lying about the total which is documented not by just conservative sources but all over the mainstream media that this is has not occurred have not disclosed the correct number of patients so uses his lie to defend his policy that affected so many lives. It is incomprehensible. How terrible he's been through this so janice how come. The the lawsuits are not winning. How come you're not getting the release of the information. What is the excuse. They need more time. Apparently they need more time at all of this information. It is very frustrating. And of course we have other questions like governor. Why didn't you use the facilities that were provided by the federal government to you including The mercy shifts and the javid center and some of the makeshift roles that were put in place where taxpayers spent millions of dollars of making these makeshift hospitals so that you could put corona virus patients into these places. Instead of nursing homes the most vulnerable areas. And the beginning of this glenn he was talking. He knew he said if we put The virus in nursing homes would read like driver. There is evidence of him saying that on the record and so he knew But i've read things. That are very interesting to me that he was getting whispered in his ear by some of his top hospital donors that the hospitals were saying we cannot deal with all of these corona patients. We are not able to care for them like perhaps may Nursing home might so. Maybe that's where we should put the corona virus station so there's all sorts of interesting things that i think A an investigation might come up so because my next question was why would he. Why would he do this. It was so clear weaned. The one thing we knew going into it is if you are elderly and sick or weak you're done. We knew that that's the one thing we knew as it was coming over so he had to go ahead. No we did know that. And since you know i would say. In the last several weeks. I've been doing a lot of these rallies with Some of the families that are going through the same thing that i'm going through our family and i've talked to nursing care workers And they have the same questions and they were the ones that actually right away raise their hand wrote documents saying please do not do this. We are. We are not equipped to take a kobe. Positive patients endure how we don't have enough. Ppe we can't separate them. This is going to be This is like fire through dry grass all of these people. These experts new. Why did the governor still put out. An executive order forcing kobe positive patients into nursing homes. Not for one not for two weeks but forty six days until finally he rescinded the order and the other things do know very well. Is that if you go on The health care website of new york. You cannot find that executive order anywhere. They have scrubbed it from the website. This country is becoming so dangerous. The politician without a a free press. And i don't mean free as an i think. Cnn is free to report anything they want. They just choose differently but Without a press that is actually trying to stand for the people not for the institutions. Not for the party's not from politicians but for the people we are so far off the reservation now of of a country that can even be free. We're not even getting the news and they're scrubbing it and nobody cares. Well you're right. Some of those places don't care thankfully your you know. The blaze is helping me. Fox news has helped me with this. New york post has been doing some good investigative journalism. The you know the wall street journal as well. There have been a couple of articles in the new york times But the problem is. And that's why i'm vocal is because i am not saying the mainstream media You know ask these questions or demand. Accountability of their leaders He really has been ruling with an iron fist and every time he does get asked the question. He blames everybody else except the person that signed the order. He's blamed god and mother nature and the new york post and fox news and the nurse at the nursing care workers and the visitors and by the way i was never able to visit my loved ones so i didn't have a chance to bring in cova to the nursing home and we and he is now gone to the tactic of saying. How dare you even ask. That is so hurtful to meet even playing the martyr on this right. He's actually said how. How cruel of you. Put the blame on me And to see these interviews still to this day going around i mean. He's published a book on his leadership but he continues to publicize and in my mind he is profiting off the over. Thirty thousand new yorkers including my inlaws the died by publishing a book on leadership of new york after he has helped really I mean he. His order has helped kill. Thousands of relatives of new york state and this is not political. Glen this is not about republican or democrat. My in laws were were registered democrats. This is not about politics. This is about accountability for something that went wrong. And it's because of your leadership that were put into this situation. You're listening to the best of the glenn beck program. Judge has ruled. That gavin newsom has violated the state's constitution by unilaterally ordering that all registered voters be sent mail in ballots. This could play a role in The election in other states. If this continues you. The constitution is extraordinarily clear. The legislature overseas the election and only the legislature can change the laws. This is something that the trump administration was fighting fast and furious if you will All throughout the end of summer and fall and in some cases they won that case. I don't know why they didn't win. In every case but now in california however however If the court also ruled that there was good cause for permanent injunction restraining gavin newsom from issuing any further unconstitutional orders that make new statutory law or legislative policy. Wow so bad. Means is gavin newsom. All of the things that he has has done now. Issuing fifty eight executive orders changing over four hundred laws unilaterally. Keeping people locked in place at home has now been ruled unconstitutional. This is fantastic news. The judge rejected newsome's argument. That section eighty six twenty seven of the emergency services act gives him autocratic powers at least twenty four of his executive orders rely on that section. The most damaging order of course was the lockdown Pacific The pacific legal foundations new lawsuit uses the same separation of powers argument over victory established as a successful legal theory. This color blinded or this color. Coded blueprint is complex in its mechanics sweeping in its implications for businesses throughout the state. Business owners are left without a representative voice. As the governor decides fundamental public policy for the state this continuing exercise of one man. Rule violates separation of powers because only the legislature is allowed to make these kinds of fundamental policy determinations under the california constitution. This is a california judge. This is crazy. I mean crazy good now. Lawmakers in michigan are doing the same thing with whitmer state. Representative matt matic. Several of the republican colleagues announced that they are seeking to hold impeachment hearings for governor whitmer in the state house of representatives. the They posted this on facebook. Over the weekend they They listed several reasons. Why they say whitmer should be impeached and removed from office including ignoring court orders ignore during the process and the legislature they Charged the cheese using our kids as political pawns and i'd special needs students who depend on the services that occurred during in person. Classes The michigan constitution empowers the state house of representatives to impeach any civil officer for corrupt conduct in office or for crimes or misdemeanors in a statement responding to the lawmakers Widmer's office. listen to this. She said the governor doesn't have time for partisan politics or for people who don't wear masks on believable. Unbelievable you don't have time for partisan politics really. Oh my gosh So that is happening in michigan and we are going to need every citizen on high alert because as many people found out. Do we have the justin trudeau Audio from yesterday As many people found out for the first time over the weekend the great reset is coming. this is something that was trending. Thank god the great reset was trending on sunday and it is the same great reset that we've been talking about for several months and the police are the police. The press has been ignoring. Here's what the prime minister of. Canada said over the weekend building back better means giving support to the most vulnerable while maintaining our momentum on reaching the twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development and the sdg's canada's here to listen and to have is pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset. This is our chance to accelerate our pre pandemic efforts to reimagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty inequality and climate change a couple of things that he said their first of all. He started with building back better. Have you noticed that building back better is behind the heads of prime ministers all over the world now really weird. It's really wish terrible. Slow down or no. It's as good as catchy as me. Read good right. I mean it's a statement. It is a global statement. Now build back better. I've never heard anything so bad. And that's why it sticks out but it's part now of the great reset and when they talk about reimagining economic systems they're talking about shareholder capitalism. Which is the closest thing. i could describe to shareholder. Capitalism is the system they have in communist china no hyperbole or the system that to germany went to in the nineteen thirties no hyperbole the elites at the world economic forum in june the united nations the international monetary fund and dozens of other nonprofits and corporations met to discuss how they plan to use the coronavirus pandemic to push the reset button on the global economy. Many of the details are not hammered out yet until the wheel of the world economic forum meets again early next year but they did lay out their broad outline and it is terrifying. They want to impose a mountain of massive new government programs including the green new deal a jobs guaranteed and government controlled healthcare. But that is just the start. They also want completely change. The way businesses operate so that every corporation is coerced in becoming champions for left wing. Social justice causes. You want to know why nike and everybody else is already on the bandwagon. Because they know what's coming they want to create a new international digital currency. That also could be used to displace the dollar the world's reserve currency that is going to be disastrous for everyone in america. That has saved money. Your remember. I told you almost twenty years ago. There is no way to bring the united states level of success and monetary prowess up-. You can bring the rest of the world up to our standards which means they have to bring us down to everyone else's standards and that is what this is all about in the name of social justice by the way digital currency and international digital currency. That is going to take the power. The economic power that we all have in the you know with the invisible hand of the market and it goes to a small number of bankers and international officials. They will be able to control absolutely everything and all of the elites are pushing for the great reset and they know that this this movement would ordinarily be impossible to achieve because of countries like the united states. This is why donald trump could not win this election. They wanted to make sure he is not an office. Because he's the only one that would have stood against it and that's why the pandemic is so important to the left. It's a big reason. Why so many left wing politicians are now again. Asking for giant shutdowns of our economies lori lightfoot in chicago issued a new stay at home advisory illinois threatening to shut down the entire state according to the governor virginia. They're your governor ralph northam as increased restrictions on all indoor gatherings and many restaurants the governors of california oregon washington are gearing up for the same thing. They are going to kill the small business crush entrepreneurship force all americans to come crawling on their hands. Knees to government force survival so they can reshape the entire world as prince. Charles said who's a great supporter of The great reset this is a golden opportunity to seize something good. We are in the earliest stages but much darker days. Lie ahead if joe biden becomes our next president because we have strong evidence biden and his closest allies are all devoted to the great reset. It is it is important. It is vital to you and your children's freedom and economic freedom that you know about the great reset go directly to the world economic forum. Their website It's w. e. forum dot org slash great half reset but go to the sources read through the world economic forum's report on reforming the way. All corporations are going to operate. It's called measuring stakeholder capitalism. Don't listen to people who are giving you conspiracy theories and don't spread anything from anyone else. Go to the source. It is vital. We do it now.

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"That time time mocking load michael berry show is on the air. I don't particularly care. What oprah winfrey has to say or what people who have left royal family have to say or people who are still in the royal family for that matter but i do think it's a great example of the fact. That news is not reality. It is a diversion from reality. People like to argue using proxies. You say they like to make their argument on an issue using people that are famous rather than principle and cases like this are a great example. Why did people watch it. I don't know what they said. I didn't watch it but if you did watch it and have something to say. I'm not really believing you when you tell me how little you care. Do you care so little that you watched to then say you didn't or to say that you don't care. I've always been taught that if you want to know what someone cares about. Look at where they spend their time. How many people do you hear talk endlessly about being a parent. But they're never actually with their child. You are present in what matters to you. So that's all. I have to say about that nonsense other than a great. Donald trump quote on the matter president. Prince harry and meghan markle trended on the us. Election essentially encourage people to vote for joe biden. Your your reaction to that. I'm not a fan of hers and I would say this. And she probably has heard that but I wish a lot of luck to harry. Because he's gonna need it. I don't mind i missed. Donald trump. i missed the tweets. A missed the press conferences. i. I missed the speeches. I miss a texas democrat. Congressman henry quasar warns that we may be only days away from a serious crisis. The border he points out quote in the last seven days in the valley they have stopped ten thousand individuals and twenty five hundred individuals in just the last two days and many of them are being released. Coir represents the border along. The rio grande says the country is unprepared to handle the growing surge in illegal immigration along the border a specially during a pandemic also warning federal officials about the risk of exposing border communities to the corona virus wind transporting and releasing migrants in different cities. He says quote. Remember what happened under the problem. We had last time. What did they do they said. Oh we have too many people in the south. So let's send them to laredo. That process them in laredo. And then they send them by bus and then release them in laredo. My thing is if the numbers keep going you know. They will release them in laredo like they did in the past. If they don't go to an ngo then they go straight to the bus station and no one is checking them or testing them for covid. Nineteen border patrol doesn't do that. Isn't it interesting that the left wants to lock you down. Put you under house arrest and sees every single one of you as a superspreader waiting but when it comes to illegal aliens go do whatever you want. Here's one of those stories that just makes you shake your head. The lack of humanity and common sense. Stop acting like idiots over this pandemic so news report from. La's abc seven. A high school. Baseball team suspended for the awful heinous crime of taking photos. You were looking at the seniors on the john burroughs high school bar city baseball team in burbank. The picture taken january as part of a two decade tradition for varsity seniors on the team to take a photo together for the yearbook. The moms of the athletes organizing the boardwalk which ended up on social media the burbank unified school district. Seeing the picture in punishing the players for violating coded safety protocols not wearing masks and proper social distancing the entire varsity baseball team suspended from organized practice or conditioning drills for a week and all eight seniors on the team in the photo suspended for two weeks. The district board members decided or they try to cancel the whole arseny season as a result of the pictures but our athletic director and kovic fought for us and they compromise on a two week suspension instead the district issuing the statement. I have decided to delay the return of conditioning for the john. Burroughs high school baseball team by one week so that the team can review health guidelines and safety protocols. I look forward to the team beginning conditioning on monday safely very disappointed that you know our kids are being punished or something that the moms arranged and i understand that there are protocols but the boys were just trying to make happy. Go very disappointed. I'm seeing cut last year. We didn't get finished. Our whole senior year got taken away this year. And we're very excited for starting a long time and then about a couple of days before we start and was very disappointing. It based wire kids were not involved. Were suspended. Brian nichols outraged with the district. Suspending his son and a dozen other underclassmen on the varsity team who were not involved with taking the picture. It's an egregious abuse of power players. We spoke with the after the suspension. They just want to put all of this behind them in play baseball. I'm not one for coddling kids. And i think sometimes we do too much of that but you also have to realize that when people in authority make decisions like this. You're sending a message to young people and the message in this case is there is no common sense. There is no humanity. There is no decency or compassion. We have to make a big show of this lockdown as if we're in iran and because y'all took a photo that's the most people thing ever but is it. This isn't happening in the halls of congress. This isn't sheila jackson-lee and nancy pelosi. This is coaches and administrators. This is people who should know better. What message are you sending these young people. What message are you sending the community. What do the kids take away from your actions. Your job is not just to teach how to throw a twelve six curveball slider win to throw it how to call it window run when not to wear the play goes when there's one out and two on you're making young men out of these folks. Waterloo was one on the playing fields of eton. Never forgotten that line. You are making young men out of these kids by everything you do. What message did you just send them. Rich of this group acted like adults. In which of this group should we be embarrassed about should peak on washington. Go ahead scrub scrub scrub there. You go. that's right now. We're just washing our hands of lies and fake news round here as we scrub your ears with more of the michael berry show. When should the your we get to the real reason. The media is attacking andrew cuomo over his metoo violations. It's now five former aides who've come forward to claim sexual harassment instead of the twin. Eleven and fifteen thousand elderly who were put to death in his nursing homes. The reason for that. We'll get to in just a moment but before we do that. Joe biden over the weekend after a one point nine trillion dollar supposed- emergency bill. Senator ben sasse said this weekend. Spending is bigger than the entire annual economy of canada yet. Only one percent of it is vaccine related. This one point nine trillion dollar supposed- emergency bill is overwhelmingly non-emergency. We should have just bought canada to. And here's what the bumbler in chief had to say. The vast majority of economists left right and center from wall street to the to the private private economic polling initiatives. The economists as i said left right and center says in addition to the needs of the people have. We need this to grow the economy. That if we haven't spent this money and recreate it kind of incentive for people to be able to make a good living that we'd be in real trouble the reason the media is willing to dump cuomo over the now five former aides and if it's five it's fifty maybe five hundred for that matter. The reason media is willing and so eager to use me to to dump him instead of the nursing. Home deaths is because the governors of michigan california new jersey and pennsylvania. All democrats did exactly the same thing. So janice dean who's mother-in-law father-in-law were in two different nursing homes. Had this happened to them. And ron kim a new york assemblyman democrat who cuomo called and threatened to stop talking about this publicly when his uncle died under the same circumstances. They've been screaming for the last year. Cuomo killed our relatives and all the while. The democrats kept applauding him. What a great guy he was will. Now i'm going to play you the most cringe-worthy cut unedited or should i say there are no additions. Put into this but it is a. It is a set of cuts of andrew cuomo being interviewed by good morning america. And i want you to listen to the questions. It is so fawning. This was happening throughout the period. That news was emerging. new elderly. new yorkers died because of his policies and yet they continued with chelsea handler. Wants to marry you. The media's in love with you and then at the end to hear her say how she asked the michael strahan says matt you asks dot tough questions and she said i sure did but you know andrew cuomo being very blunt that his style. Gosh you know. I a round of applause for you for those tough questions and then a round of applause for him for being so tough on those tough questions. I mean this is just great and trump's awful by the way this is what we need right now. We need more tough questions of andrew. Cuomo like you just asked and we also need more tough answers like andrew almost given us. Wow this just really great. We did add. The music in the music wasn't in the original. But listen to this. What still keeps you up at night. You've been commended for your clear and your call. Leadership people from all over the country in the world of tuned into your press conferences. you're statewide approval rating a career high eighty four percent. You came in second only to president obama as the most trusted democratic leader in america. How do you intend on spending that political capital. That you've earned. You've said that you have no political aspirations beyond the job you're in right now. A lot of people are asking why why not think about something. Grandeur bigger presidential. I know that you've been portrayed as some sort of a homecoming king of this crisis and headline from jacksonville help. I think i'm in love with andrew. Cuomo the new york post dubbed. The new love gov chelsea handler. Wrote you a love letter. Essay in vogue title dear andrew. Cuomo i want to be your first lady your reaction to all that your daughter's reaction to all of that when you're gonna hug your mom again. It's a very powerful interview and he is no holds barred. He says exactly what he's thinking you know that's his style where you could see that in the. Us tough questions. I'll tell you what he knows about asking us questions. You know what mass who has a tough interview tough. I mean asking him you know. How do your daughters feel about all these women want to sleep with you and and have you got a chance to hug your mom. How's your dear brother. Chris doing fritos wonderful on cnn. Gosh we don't deserve you. You're like the italian barack obama. I mean if you were black instead of white you'd be perfect year. Couldn't be in the better. The governor of new york. Let's listen to that again. Let's listen to those tough questions manage he as you saw. It was no-holds-barred babbitt. Don't tell yourself sure you were tough. What still keeps you up at night. You've been commended for your clear and your call. Leadership people from all over the country in the world of tuned into your press conferences. you're statewide approval rating a career high eighty four percent. You came in second only to president obama as the most trusted democratic leader in america. How do you intend on spending that political capital. That you've earned. You've said that you have no political aspirations beyond the job you're in right now. A lot of people are asking why why. Not think about something grander bigger presidential. I know that you've been portrayed as some sort of a homecoming king of this crisis and headline from jacksonville help. I think i'm in love with andrew. Cuomo the new york post dubbed. The new love gove chelsea handler. Wrote you a love letter essay in vogue entitled dear andrew. Cuomo i want to be your first lady your reaction to all that your daughter's reaction to all of that when your mom can it's a very powerful interview and he is no-holds-barred. He says exactly what he's thinking is you know. That's his style where you could see the tough questions i tell you that. Well that is what state run media looks like that right there. That is what a tough interview looks like. When the media is an arm of the government freight cuomo andrew's brother. Chris is a weeknight. Anchor on cnn. And you wonder why they glamorize andrew cuomo. You've got george stephanopoulos former step and fetch it to bill clinton donor to the clinton foundation. You've got these folks that are asking the questions at the debates that are covering the news that our framing the stories there should be no doubt. This is state run media. That's what this is act. Accordingly trust nothing they say believe nothing they say an assume they're out to get you because they are michael buried known as the sar also known as l. to see no sunshine on my show makes me happy. What are your on so many levels one of the most positive things to come out of it is how many people really seem to have found their voice. Janice dean is one of those. Not only do you see her on fox news but she is a wife. She is a daughter in law and she refused to allow the deaths of her mother-in-law and father-in-law in two separate nursing homes. Be in vain from that experience. She has continued to shine light on what happened in new york and finally it appears we may be turning the corner now. I read y'all earlier. The story that john nolte wrote about why the media is andrew. Cuomo down over the metoo movement instead of the the nursing home debacle and that's because newsom murphy wolf and whitmer had all done what he also did with regard to nursing homes but at least finally those deaths are being talked about that policy is being talked about and a big part of the reason is janice dean enron. Kim the new york assemblyman in in new york and that does that's a story that deserves to be told because it had they not had they not spoken out. Then who knows if this story would have stayed in the news. Probably not jan. Steen is our guest. And i gotta tell you i am so proud of you. And the courage you have displayed over the last year. I know it's not been easy if not been easy. But thanks to people like yourself and your listeners and fox news and the media outlets that have cared about this story from the very beginning and have allowed me to speak about my family. Tell my story And and be interested in the story and for justice to happen. I mean that's all. I wanted to shine a light on what is happening. And now i really. I'm hopeful that we're going down the road of a solid investigation into this governor. And from what i have been seeing and reading and learning about. I truly believe it's criminal. I think you're right. And i wanna talk about that but i. I want to talk about a message. I have tried to share for the last year throughout all of this. And that is the basis of your new book. Make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times. Did you write this book primarily so that others would see the sunshine or to remind yourself of the sunshine. Both and i really believe this book is meant to be and i started writing it and putting it together before the pandemic happened. I've been doing good news stories for many years in my career. And i've always wanted to do a book featuring heroes people that you would meet on the street or you might come in contact with once in your lifetime but you remember something. They did or what they said to you That made an impact so when i began writing You know. Obviously it was something i was excited about. But then the pandemic happened. And i was doing these interviews and writing while we were going through the darkest time we've had with our family with my husband leave losing both of his parents. I would look forward to talking to these people and listen to their stories and tr- take great solace in knowing that many of these people have gone through big challenges in their life and have come out the other side saying to themselves. I wanna be a better human being. And so i didn't know at the time but i think i was the greatest recipients of this book by writing it and talking to the people in it the book is make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times share with me one of those stories. It's hard to pick just one. But i will tell you the story of carry blazey. The first first story. I i write about in the book and i met kerry during the pandemic. Her story was posted on social media. And i thought and thought man what a beautiful thing. She has a daughter who has type one diabetes and at the beginning of the pandemic when we really didn't know how terrible the virus was and who would be the most vulnerable. She was afraid for her daughter. Obviously because she's compromised so she put a big sign on on the front of her porch and her on her house. That said if you're delivering a package please leave the package at the at the you know. Don't ring the doorbell. Not come gonna come and sign anything because we have a compromise member of our family here so just leave. Whatever you're delivering right at the you know at the stoop here and a fedex driver saw the sign and went back to his truck and got something to sanitize the package and did it himself. He smears the writing on the package and was worried. He didn't want them to think that it was tampered with. So we wrote on. The package is sanitized You know the box. I just wanted to let you know and be safe. And little. The he know that she had one of those nest cameras. But you know showed everything That was happening. The fedex driver seeing the sign going back the trucks sanitizing the package leaving the package and and going his way. Well she tells her husband. Look at this look at how wonderful this this gesture was and the husband said you know. You should put that on social media. And maybe he'll get a raise or or or some you know. Congratulations from fedex. Because that's that's a pretty amazing awesome thing for somebody to do to take the time out of their date. Actually sanitize a package for us. So she did she put it on social media and then The local The local tv station where they live and florida decided to feature the story. And it got the it deserved and it turns out just in a fedex. Driver has a young daughter who when she was a baby was Premature and so he knew what it was like to have a family member. That was compromised. And you you had to you know. Give extra care to to that person or that child So like i said. I started the book talking about the story because there was so many layers to it. You know there was. There was kerry and her daughter and wanting to take care of her and then there was a wonderful selfless driver. That just went did the extra step to do something kind and not expecting anything of it. and those are the people. I wanna shed light on those are the heroes of you know of the pandemic and and people that make you want to be a better human being. We will continue our conversation with the bold courageous. In wonderful janice dean. The michael berry show continues dan closer. I'll soon be with you. Can you buy some fox. News meteorologist janice dean is our guest. It troubles me. That i feel. There's been so much over the last year that that has reduced humanity to vectors of a virus and we forget the humanity underneath. We all need a little kindness. We all should give a little kindness and it almost feels like. That's gone by the wayside in this desperate desire to wag a finger to call out the cops on someone to shut someone down. And i think that's really unhealthy. I think long term. that's very unhealthy. I story today about an increase in the depths of despair. And i think that's a big reason for that. We need some positive in our lives. You have to look for it though. That's another thing that i that i of talk about in the book is you have to be open to it. And i think once you're open to it like a flower getting sunshine or you know or rain you know getting goodness you have to open your heart to it. otherwise you won't See it or feel it or experience it. That is so true. I wanna to talk about what's happened in new york a lot of people have really felt like your advocacy on behalf of your in laws and on behalf of a lot of other people who who's who didn't weren't didn't have a that had the platform and the courage that you did to speak out. A lot of people have been very grateful as it feels like. Finally people are looking at what happened with andrew. Cuomo how frustrating is it that it was the metoo movement that the media seems to care more about When in fact it was eleven thousand lives lost they they just look the other way and and said they were cuomo sexual 's and he's the love gov during all of that had he not sexually harassed was it five aids have come forward now then they would have just they would have just moved on and that seems wrong wrong It is wrong all of it's wrong but it's part of the same human person it's part of the same and who cuomo The way he leaves his power harassment is not about sex. It's about power and making someone feel small and you know And dominating them And and that's what sexual harassment is about. And so i'm not surprised that he also has that in his background As well so. I think it's all part of the same thing. It is unfortunate that the news organizations that did not cover The nursing home issue the nursing home massacre and the cover up of that. It's sad that all of a sudden they think this is their day to cover andrew cuomo because it's the latian it gets headlines but if it does make somebody realize that he's not a good guy and that they read about how he treats women poorly and that women are finally standing up and saying. You're not going to do this anymore. And then they read you know. Even if it's a line or two about the nursing homes will at least seeing something because we didn't have anything six months ago. Six months ago he was the pandemic politician writing books. And getting emmys. And now we're finally seeing the downfall of andrew cuomo. He had what was billed as an apology or explanation. And i noted that someone said he deserved an emmy for that effort. Was there anything that you took away from that. That you felt showed remorse. And what would you like to hear him. Say no he. I don't think he has any empathy or remorse in him at all. I actually think it's a a deficiency He in the very beginning should have apologized to families and taking responsibility and had he done that at the very beginning had he said i made a mistake. I wasn't listening to science I i will spend the rest of my career trying to right. This wrong I i am sorry for your loss you know. Instead of writing books and winning emmys. I think we families would have accepted that because you're in the middle of a one hundred year pandemic. Of course people are going to make mistakes but it was his ego in the fact that he could never own up to those mistakes. That really you know was his downfall. I suppose how disappointed how hurt. How wounded were you personally. As a journalist to see how many of your peers in media fawned over him after all this came out and that but for the sexual harassment claims would have never corrected that record. It's really sad. I i had an exchange with a pretty well known journalist that works for one of those networks And i i basically said you guys didn't cover the nursing homes. You're covering the me too stuff but you didn't cover the fifteen thousand dead and the cover up and this person said well we did. We did and gave me a date of when they thought it was important to cover the nursing home story and it was in february of this year. Yeah and i just. I i am i shaking my head to this day And it's very sad. It's very sad that these journalists think that it's okay to not cover fifteen thousand dead elderly The policy that was put in place by this governor and the fact that we now know he tried to cover up the numbers. It's dumb dumb founding. Have there been any policy changes in new york in response to any of this well they reversed the order forty six days afterwards but it was scrubbed from from the website People still can't get in to see their loved ones nursing homes. That's part of the story so people have not seen their relatives for a year and they are are unbelievably heartbroken. that it's still not possible to get in and see their loved ones in nursing homes and are it is prison. I mean actually. They treat prisoners better than they treat those Who want to visit the nursing homes to see their relatives. It's it's just. I'm not sure how we're going to recover from this. And and move forward There's so many layers to it and and you know i guess we could just we just take it day by day and finally soon Those people will be able to get in but people are dying now of broken hearts and starvation and not thinking that they're ever going to see their family again janice dean. I hope for justice. But i pray for peace for you and your family. The book is make your own sunshine inspiring stories of people who find light in dark times. Thank you for joining us. I hope you'll come back. Will night friend thank you. god bless. it's that time time time. Walking load michael very show is on the air journalists. I didn't necessarily want to be one. But i had a keen appreciation for their role in society. Larry bowl you. And cecelia cecile. Buran were the evening anchors on the low station beaumont. Kfi dm that we got in orange and there were so rusted and walter cronkite came on in the evenings and i read about edward r murrow in his reports from the front. And i remember roger mudd and remember coming to houston and some of the stalwarts here. Like ron stone and dave ward bill by usa and somewhere along the way it just changed. We told you the story last week. About a woman named carey lake. She was at ks as zee tv. The fox affiliate phoenix and she decided that she was walking away from her job. Last tuesday and it got a lot of attention. She talked about how journalism has changed and she could no longer be a part of it. Carry lake i. I want to commend you. Because you really. You shined a spotlight on something that needs to be fixed and i feel like you kinda fell on your own sword to do it. That had to be a tough decision to make. It was a tough decision. Thanks for having me. First of all michael a it was a long time coming. I've been kind of feeling this just uneasiness in my gut for a while and it just kinda came to a head this year with kobe and the election and just seeing things that i was uncomfortable with that i personally felt uncomfortable with and i like to say there are people in this business. Who wouldn't have a problem with stuff that i did. So i guess there's a lot of different types of people in the business but i finally just I felt like it was. I almost felt sick. Sometimes doing the job so i decided you know. I'm i can't just work for a paycheck. I need to find work. That's meaningful and now is the time to leave. I had no idea putting the video out would get this kind of a response. I really didn't. I thought it was kind of common knowledge that there were issues in media. I didn't realize i was shining a light on it. What's been the response. Oh my gosh I it's been overwhelmingly positive thousands and thousands of emails and messages and comments People a grown man. I had one hand. Say i'm fifty. I forget what he was fifty something. I saw the video and i cried. I showed it to my kids. I've never felt so moved. I'm now moved to do something in my own life. Speak up. When i'm feeling like i'm being shut down I just was at church sunday. And a woman came up to me debra. What's her name. She had tears in her eyes telling me how much it meant to her to see that because she knew there was something wrong and she was happy to see that somebody was standing up on the inside and saying i'm not gonna do this anymore. So it's been overwhelming. I've had a ton of journalists who are on the inside. Reach out to me Saying that they felt the same way and they are thinking about getting out. But it's scary to leave your job and your livelihood and kind of what's next. What do i do for a living. This is what i'm been trained to do. And this is what i know how to do. Phoenix is a big market. You're anchoring on major station you're also walking away from a big paycheck man. That's a pretty big sacrifice. And i had to get my husband and kids on board. Initially we're saying mom. Are you crazy but then we. It opened up a lot of dinnertime conversation about doing something that aligns with your morals that you feel is the right thing to do and you can't just work for money. You can't work for You know. I don't wanna say fame 'cause i never liked to consider myself famous. I am well known but So we had a lot of really good conversations and now they're really happy that i i've stepped away. Are your kid really happy. The teenagers i have a sixteen year old and a seventeen year old. who's almost eighteen. And i think they're pretty proud that i stepped away. Now you know we'll see we're we're we're life takes me. They make a on. That was the craziest thing you ever did. They will remember that for the rest of their lives that that will drive if nothing else that will drive them to make better decisions. I'll tell you with the dinnertime conversation. My wife was away on work for fifteen months and My thing i'm not the best data and that way. We got fast food every day. It was water burger. Which is our big burger joint here. But it was water burger and chick-fil-a and whatever else they want and when mom said she was stepping down from her position and that she would be hoped she explained to the kids. Now i'll be home. I can cook dinner every night. It did not get the response. She thought because they loved their enjoying the fast food every night. So mom's food has to be healthy. Yes they're all healthier now probably with mom home so right. Was there a moment. I know you don't wanna talk about that particular station. And i got that but you would you want to talk about the industry. Generally was there something that you saw. Maybe it was a national story. Maybe it was. Was there something that really bothered you more than the rest that you finally said i cannot be part of this anymore because i might be in some way perpetuating it. I think that the rise of the social justice warrior as journalists. I started noticing that a while ago and and coming home and working from home during kobe. My office became my home office. Became my home studio and you know everybody in the media was covering covid non stop. I'm assuming they still are. I haven't really watched much news since christmas when i stepped away. That's when i first stepped away. But i'd i'd i resigned last monday and with covid. I felt that it was twenty. Four seven coverage was unbalanced. It was a lot of the most scary horrifying. Kobe stories not balanced with anything And this is the median. General not balanced with stories about Doctors who are having maybe some positive Result treating patients with maybe therapeutic or you couldn't touch certain stories that were out there because the cancel mob deemed them to be unacceptable. It's like you can't talk to the doctors because we don't find them acceptable but you can talk to these doctors. Some of whom aren't even treating patients with kobe So that bothered me. Forty five minutes per hour. Kobe news when there was a lot of other news happening and very few stories covering people who got well from after having kobe and they were fine. There's a lot of the You know fear mongering in my opinion that was really to me the hardest thing i felt like wow. I'm i'm pushing fear in this country at a time when we need to help people calm down and find some Some solutions here rather than scaring them to death you know. A lot of people were just trapped in their homes and watching the news. And i felt like i was part of fear of division. Do i got thirty seconds. Left in this segment. Did you get the sense that that was what we were supposed to push that by by promoting fear. We get better ratings. It's a better tease. That's that's what's coming up. I tell you what can you with me for just a moment. We'll continue with carey. Lake coming up Her story we brought you last week including Her statement when she stepped down. But if you would like to read that story for yourself and a very interesting piece about that. That was written by kip jones in the western journal. That's all it michael berry. Show dot com. We'll continue our conversation with carrie late coming up the michael berry show simple with nothing. Aridjis carry lake. Is the twenty two year anchor on the eleventh in the eleventh marge's largest market in the country who stepped down people. Don't do this. The ambition the work ethic the sacrifice. You have to make to sit in that chair. People don't just step now but she did and she used that opportunity to in making herself the sacrifice in self immolating in that sense to say there are problems with journalism and they need to be addressed carry. Was there anything that you did not say in that statement that you wish you had of course. Of course. I really wanted to exit with as much grace as possible. Let people know that. I'm leaving You know i am. It is a sacrifice it is a lot of people have made sacrifices this year. So i don't wanna act like i'm the only person who's making a sacrifice But i wanted to let viewers know. Because i always hate it when someone disappears you really like them and then what happened to that person. I like them so. I wanted to let the faithful loyal viewers of twenty plus years. Because i worked here since ninety four. I worked at another station before and i wanted to let them know why i was leaving We and i worked with a really amazing. My co anchor of twenty. Two years. John hook we had a great run. We became number one pretty much right after we started working together and we held that spot for which is unheard of for most of our almost all of us all of our twenty two years. We'd have a book here or there where we didn't you know we weren't number one. We were close to it but for the most part number one for that whole time which is great was fantastic. So yeah. I didn't tell i didn't give all the gory details. What led to buy at exit. I you know as i said i'm one person in the business. I know there are other people who are fine with what's happening. It just didn't sit well with me. I couldn't accept the paycheck and keep doing it. Knowing that inside it was tearing me up. And i think i'm hoping more people will take a stand. I i've had so many people reach out to me. Michael thing you were speaking the words that i've been feeling i know it's bad it's rotten on the inside and i need to. I need to step away but it does take a lot of courage. And i'm not saying it's for everybody to step away. People have families to feed. And i do as well but i think the to me. The lack of diversity of thought in the newsroom. The lack of balance is what is the main problem but also the lack of diversity when it comes to ownership. I'm sure your listeners are aware that five or six corporate owners pretty much own all of the media and that's the problem. We need more voices and i think what the the rise of alternative media small little outlets small websites to me. That's inspiring and i think that's going to pick up and gain some momentum. Why do you think it happened. The sleeve that it did. The media business became an incubator of leftism. And that do you think that. Once i got in they didn't they they pull the latter up and didn't let young people with with differing opinions into the business. Well i think it took off because i in newsrooms and what. I'm hearing some of my experiences as well ideas that were more left of center or liberal ideas are are. You could talk about them. You can throw ideas out. That are very liberal but people who are conservative feel like. They can't throw any ideas out if they do. They are You know painted as a right winger or something like that and so people who have more conservative ideas or a right of center. They just learned to their mouth. Don't pitch ideas and just do what you're told you know that you're marching orders. You're sinement for the day and go do it. Because they start to feel that maybe their job would be on the line if they spoke out and that's the cancel culture and we're seeing that but what i think is happening and this is what i'm getting from. Some of the emails i received people are fed up with the cancel culture. And they're ready to take it on. And i think they should be ready to take it on. I've been cancelled before three four times as maybe The local paper loves to go after me. Because i don't fall in line with what they want me to be. And i can tell you it gets easier. The first ten year cancelled. It's not fun. it's painful it hurts. It's scary but the subsequent times you're canceled. I learned that. Wow you survive that. And this is a time in our country where we're separating you know the men from the boys as they say and we need to stand up for what's right and i think more people maybe are feeling a bit more emboldened to do that. I hope it's amazing. Once you go through that my wife will tell friends of ours when people will ask her as they often do. The doesn't michael get tired of being criticized or doesn't doesn't she says you don't understand. He has he has a skin of leather. At this point you can hurt his feelings. And and that is it's a shell you develop around yourself you have to but you realize guess what once you take everybody's best shot once you get over the fear of being criticize once you realize it. Some people are always going to believe bad things about you. It's almost a freedom. It's almost it's like a weight off your shoulder of saying i no longer care what other people think about me. That is perfectly quit. You know i know who i am. Those closest to me know who i am and all that matters is where i stand with god. Frankly i don't care what the paper thinks. i don't care what somebody who because of their political feelings decides they hate me. I don't care if i can't change their mind. I know how treat people. I know who i am. And i'm okay with it. But i i do believe in the last four years actually more than that. Conservatives have gotten thick skin because they've been attacked today at family members attack them friends. They've lost friendships so they're already kind of preps to handle to cancel culture and i think standing up now might be just the thing to do because they're already they don't even realize it but they're already ready to tackle it until you think. The industry recognizes that. They have a problem. I don't know. I'm not sure if they care they have a problem. Maybe they do i. There are so many good people. I'm not trying to say that everybody who works in media bad or You know unfair and unbalanced i. It was just enough unbalanced for me to say. I'm uneasy with this and i can't do it anymore. There are some people who care about Covering news and covering it fairly. I think they probably do. They have a problem. But do they care or are they. I'm wondering if some of these corporations that own all the media wanted that way they w- to me you they want. The media wants people to be afraid and angry. That's a that's a great combination viewer or a consumer of news. They're afraid and they're angry. And it keeps everybody divided And i don't know if if if you're afraid you just sit home and consume more news or what it is. Well let's let's use the example of the pandemic our mayor and county judge a typically are never on tv. There's there's nothing of note that there but for the last year every afternoon there's a press conference and they come out with their mask on and and they preach their words of fear and they make they make for good local news and they go long form so you interrupt stories and programs and the young and the restless for the mayor in the county judge kelley and so is this constant state of fear between that and george floyd. This has been a banner year for local news here. Oh yeah yeah high ratings I think they're starting to come down a little bit if there's just less coverage of that but Yeah tons of people were trapped in their homes watching tv It's a perfect thing for the perfect combination for making money and You know setting viewers right in front of the tv set. And they're they're listening to imagine an illness that attacks you for being fat or not getting enough sunlight vitamin d and we drove people into their homes. Where they don't get their vitamin d and where they don't go outside and exercise. It's almost as if our our recipe for a solution was worse than the problem. I really admire what you've done. You have a great opportunity now in whatever you do next To make a real difference. And i suspect that you will carry lake. Thank you for being our guest. My pleasure thanks. Michael hurt a great story. I love that story. You know a few more people are going to have to make tough decisions and be willing to sacrifice themselves for us to solve the it had to get this bad for us to recognize it and do something about it. Let's hope it will. This is michael berry. Show enjoy it. Weakened ounce leave your friends behind browns on downs. And if they don't know friends of mine say weekly you down dot com run out of this world. They don't know on the longtime journalist. Glenn greenwald talking about asking the question. How did facebook twitter and big tech. Become the arbiters of what is true. What is fake. What is dangerous. listen. How did twitter and facebook become competent to make determinations for all of us about what information is true and false her dangerous or permissible. If for example back in march of twenty twenty so just a year ago you went online in said that you thought people should wear masks. You would have been deemed to have been giving misinformation because at the time dr fauci the world health organization and other experts were saying that mask ineffective but could actually be quite dangerous. That's the point. Is that human knowledge of all kinds. Science political thought evolves and changes constantly. What's the consensus today. Becomes recognized error tomorrow into have technology companies which have zero competence to do any of this and all kinds of incentives to politicize this making decisions for us about what ideas can be disseminated is incredibly dangerous. it's censorship it is state run media pure and simple. It is the control of thought through the control of language and news. People often ask me for a book suggestion. In the first one i will give is always nineteen eighty four by george orwell. And if you're not a big reader and that's understandable if you're not a big reader but you are a person that consumes information through an audio format get yourself an audible subscription and you can drive along in your favourite show is over or when you're mowing the grass or when you work on your car when you're working out or when you're going for a walk you can listen to books on tape and one of the best is nineteen eighty-four majeure will in it again. If reading is not in your schedule there are probably times. If you're listening to me now then you listen to audio content. And i hope you'll always listen to us but it probably has some time that we're not on and you've listened. Caught up on our podcast. For example here is an audio book reading of george orwell's nineteen eighty-four talking about new. Speak now before we play it. Newspeak was the new language that they created in nineteen eighty-four to allow them to control thought by getting rid of old ideas. Everything was the opposite of what it used to be. See if you can see the parallels between these next three clips and what we're seeing today. The purpose of newspeak was not only to provide a medium of expression for the worldview and mental habits proper to the devotees of sock but to make all other modes of thought impossible. It was intended that when newspeak speak had been adopted once and for all and old speak forgotten a heretical thought that is thought diverging from the principles of ing sock should be literally unthinkable at least so far as thought is dependent on words next. You're going to hear or will talking about destroying and rewriting history. This is what this is. Why isis destroys artifacts. This is why the cancel culture wants to destroy monuments. Take names off of schools. Remove from our history those who revere so that they can replace them with their own idols. Every record has been destroyed or falsified. Every book has been rewritten. Every picture has been repainted. Every statue in st and building has been renamed every date has been altered and that causes is continuing day by day. And minute by minute. History has stopped nothing exists except an endless present in which the party is always right and finally who controls the past controls. The future who controls the past ran the party slogan and trolls the future who controls the present controls the past the desire to infiltrate our schools with an alternative history to that which you learned george washington was not a good man. He was a slave owner. Thomas jefferson was not a good man he was a demon white. People were oppressors. We'd be better off. If the indians had one we'd be better off. If the white man had not come here and conquered an oppressed and raped and pillaged the white man did nothing good only bad the destroyer of cultures and now it is time for white people to be punished. Now is the time to change the history. Now is the time. As barack obama us to undo the american century we brought nothing but misery to the world. We did not improve the lot of humanity. We worsened it. We stole from it. We took from it. We heard it. We raped it. We destroyed it. We oppressed it. You see. it's very important to retake this narrative to re write the history to destroy that which has been taught and replace it with something to they're like in that's why everything has to be race based everything has to be white guilt. Msnbc's joy reed said over the weekend people on the right would trade all the tax cuts for the ability to openly say the n. Word like in the good old days this is really what she believes. She also said last week. That texas and mississippi are opening up and reversing mask mandates because quote white residents. Want black people to get their behinds into the factory and make me a steak but you know when you rise to prominence by screaming racism then you remain in prominence by screaming racism. How many famous people in america today have never contributed anything to the lot of humanity other than screaming racism sexism xenophobia homophobia. These people are attacks on the system. These are not creators. And innovators dreamers and visionaries caretakers and improvers. They are a tax on the system. A cancer frilly. This sard is on will done. So this is the michael berry. Show got to keep up the theatrics to push the narrative. The dc capital police have requested that the national guard remained in dc for an additional two months. They want as many as twenty two hundred guard troops in dc because they claim a quote possible plot by a militia group to storm the building. They say it's being promoted by cunanan. The ap reports that defense officials confirmed that the request is under review at the pentagon and at the guard has started checking states for a of their troops in an effort to be prepared if final defense department approval is given oklahoma republican. Senator jim inhofe blast the request saying it is outrageous. That's not what they're supposed to be. That's not their mission. We have the capitol police that is their mission. The more than five thousand national guard members currently in dc are all slated to go home march twelfth ending the mission. Last week there was supposed to be an attack on the capital are so they told us nothing happened. But that didn't stop neo-con democrat bill kristol from saying the house announced. It was cancelling. It's thursday session and security officials urged. Staffers who could to work from home. Meaning that domestic terrorists have succeeded in shutting down the government again. Glenn greenwald responded to bill. Kristol roddy the same hysterics and fearmongers who propagandized and deceived millions of americans to support. The first war on terror are playing the same role for the second domestic war on terror. Might be worth examining why that is how many of these charlatans and hustlers in that occupy the salons of washington dc that have gotten rich off of politics and in many cases their daddy's before him. How many of these people are professional politicians. They were bred for it. They were raised in it. They are america's royalty whether you realize it or not. They are raised in the right schools. They are taught what to say what not to. They are sent to the right academies and finishing schools. They're given admission to harvard. They are sent to the capital. They make the right connections. They live in the right neighborhoods. They even go to the right church. It's usually a watered-down doctrine. So as not to be too evangelical they marry the right families so that their patrician children can again go to the right schools. They are hired by the right think tanks. They traveled to the right events. They make the right connections. They live in the right neighborhoods and boy. Oh boy do they look down on you upstarts you parvenus you folks who would try to enter into the capital and represent your fellow man you plumbers and electricians and small business owners and veterans you folks who are not like them. You are dangerous in there are too many of you you're conspiracy theorists and your violent your unappreciative of your betters. Your upstarts trying to supplant their natural and proper place in the grand scheme of things jeb. Bush was supposed to be the republican nominee in two thousand sixteen. Hillary clinton was supposed to win that the clintons had waited around. So many sidney blumenthal's so many of the white liberals had made sacrifices to put them in a position where she would be our first woman president. Some of them had assisted to make sure had a black president before that and we were supposed to have a woman president afterwards and they had it all set up. all the seats were assigned. Every chair had a label as to who would sit there. The continuation of white liberalism unabated unabated with the clintons at the helm. Finally bill clinton would be back. Finally we'd have our control of all of it for those who had waited through the obama years although he was good to them he was as much of their ilk as anyone else was and donald trump. Donald trump crashed the party. Donald trump. and you all you maga- people in your red caps all you people in your trucks all you people in your work boots with your guns all you people in middle america. Y'all have ruined everything. This was our party and we'll run it. We've got bill kristol. And karl rove we've got the entirety of the roster of lincoln project. Isn't it interesting. How many of those people when they fell out of favor with the american public were able to get filthy rich from big donors on the left. Isn't it interesting. How many of them. The jennifer rubin's and max boots the bill kristol's the the the the liberal republicans who were at the helm of the party for so long the mitt romney code array of advisers. The people who brought massachusetts into obamacare before there was obamacare the people who shuttled from boston to the white house to help the obama white house implement obamacare who were themselves republicans. The william weld's of it all the jeb bushes of it all as an interesting how many of them took with the left and now advocate for the very policies of the democrat party. How many of them turned on you and hate you for who you are. How many of them cheered as obama. Bomb obama three point. Oh obama's third term as biden bombed syria thirty six days into his administration. How many of them cheered because they're on the payroll of the defense contractors. The defense contractors pay their house note. They send them to the private schools. They send them to harvard. They take care of them. They send him on junkets around the world they by the baseball tickets down front they by the washington football tickets they by the basketball tickets. They fly them around on the big jets they provide the country club. Memberships the fine dining the expensive wines. There is a lifestyle to which these people have become accustomed. And you ruined it. You voted for a guy who turned on the lights and those roaches had to scurry and they will never forgive you. They will never forgive you for ruining their party. Not just their political party they will never forgive you for the big ball that they had been holding for years and years where they got together behind closed doors and said mccain and obama love each other mitt. Romney said i'm in with them. I know they were little mean to me. Because i try to take obama's place. But i'm back in with them again. Jeb bush could put the exclamation behind his name because he didn't wanna have to go out to people that he had to ask to cheer because they cheered for him in the right halls and he'd been the governor of florida he was supposed to get to be the nominee just as mitt romney's daddy paved the way for him just as liz. Daddy paved the way for her. You people you starts. They had it all planned out just right.

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The president of the united states is selected by a winding process in which boats are tabulated in each individual state and then electoral votes are assigned. But that's not the final step. I know the most important step happens in between when the new york times tells everyone who won. So what you're saying. Is that the new york. Times is really the one who picks the president. That's exactly right and this has been litigated in the courts and found to be completely morally. Unquestionably correct fascinating. That's exactly right founders. Outlined this in a document called the constitution which they wrote in between a series of slave auctions so so many believe there was fraud in the election. Is that true. Yes michael It is true. i'm sorry. is that a question or but but was was there any evidence of this fraud right well. There is a lot of evidence As matt stearns with. I'm sorry hearing music music that i was in the middle of answering. Should i start again. I don't. I don't know how this works. So what you're saying is there was no evidence of fraud out. There was there was a lot of evidence of fraud We know the results show. That joe biden won the election fair and square. No questions asked but as we looked at the numbers we found disturbing patterns in which it seems like republican senators and house members one many of their races in fact it seems like overall republican candidates. Did really well. So what you're saying is there was fraud but not in the presidential race. That's exactly right. Our investigation found that republicans were able to steal enough elections to give democrats most narrow majority in the history of the house and for republicans to possibly hold on to the senate. So what you're saying is all of the votes that were cast for republicans. Were fraudulent at right. So so hon. What else did you find in your investigation while michael. There's another side to this story. Is it a conservative side. No not no. It is not we know biden one without any question and all votes for republicans were fraudulent. But we don't yet have a punishment for trump voters. That is painful enough to be appropriate. So what you're saying is people who voted for. Donald trump should be peacefully injured in some way in a in a very painful way. Yes so physical. Peaceful violence is the only solution. It's the best solution but is not the only solution. Democratic lawmakers are considering several different proposal. Proposals just seems like a strange time for a bet i was. I was about to list the proposals. This is fascinating so on sol to start again. Ah then okay One one thing under consideration is are. You are you okay. This is jeffrey toobin. Or oh okay. One thing under consideration is prison. Time for tweeting. Something conservative off. Oh so what you're saying. Is they would be automatic. Prison time for tweeting something conservative. That is literally the exact same thing. I just said i interesting. Also lawmakers are considering a proposal dealing with violent riots. Mostly peaceful protests. That's right for example. One proposal states that if a protest are burns down auto zone or a wendy's or target just burns it to the ground that protester would then own that autozone or wendy's or target so what you're saying is one proposal states that if a protest burns an autozone nora wendy's or a target to the ground That protester would then own that autozone or wendy's or target that's exactly right largely because you just again repeated. The exact thing that i said. I is that your job. Is that what you do for this show. I mean it's the number one podcast in america and you just repeat all the questions and say oh and i have to say that's exactly right afterwards a fascinating way to to really End the trump era. I i i. I've just want to say that these proposals that that we were talking about a very important and it is important that anyone who burns down a target or anonymous zone or wendy's becomes owner also gets that target or auto zone or wendy's rebuilt it at the cost of the company and then of course they have to also pay to staff the Operation and and and also pay all the people and and then the person would get all the revenue when they burned it down. So i think it's important that we do that and also get the business owner to be held as a prisoner by the protester inside. A torture dungeon built at taxpayer expense. What a fascinating fascinating idea is. It is true fine but then the trump era sounds like trump error like the era was an era or an error. I mean could we make bumper stickers and t shirts with that slogan on it. That's indubitably correct. So hon ovary polyp thank you. Thank you michael. Here's what else you need to lay. 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Georgia is one of the states rushed implementing this new voting system from november twenty nineteen. The company faces intense scrutiny in georgia one of the most competitive states in the nation entering the election featuring donald trump and to us senate seats on the ballot. The challenge for dominion is to seamlessly introduced. Computer-printed paper ballots in a state criticized last year over allegations of vote flipping missing voter-registration precinct. Closures long lines and voter purges. What george is trying to do basically blows my mind. This is an election officials. An election official at the colorado state could secretary of state's his state adopted the dominion system in two thousand sixteen. He said we had two and a half years to do it and it was challenging in georgia. They're going to do it in eight months. So there's the first thing dominion won the contract in georgia not because it was the best voting system but because it was the cheapest it was a hundred seven million dollars for an election contract and it was. It was not the best according to all score sheets from six state evaluators but they went with at any one anyway. Texas denied dominion three times. Kind of like the democrats denied god. Three there's there is mainstream reporting that dominion was glitchy in georgia. I'm quoting election. Officials in georgia still have no explanation for a technological glitch that created voting problems in two georgia counties on the morning of november third. A local election. Supervisor said nine days later. The supervisor Marcia marcia ridley of the spalding county board of elections had initially attributed the problem to a vendors eleventh hour update to the equipment. Sorry michael barbaro but log files for the devices electronic poll books that poll workers used to sign voters in at precincts show that no such update occurred to the devices the night before election day. Ridley said in a statement to politico on thursday however she said that she stands by her previous statements last week that a representative for the election technology vendor dominion voting systems. Told her the office told her at the office that it'd updated some kind of update the night before the election and that has created the glitch. A spokesperson for the secretary of state's office has not responded to multiple inquiries seeking further details about the problem. And what caused it. Dominion would also not say what the problem was or answer any questions. About what the company did to fix the issue. Shouldn't this answered shouldn't we just know shouldn't isn't this important even if it doesn't change the results of the election the most important state in the union in the next what five weeks is going to be georgia. Even national and state democrats had concerns about dominion in two thousand nineteen in december. Twenty nine thousand nine letter to dominion voting systems which had been mired in controversy after human error involving. It's machines in antrim county. Michigan resulted in incorrect. Counts democratic senator elizabeth warren ron wyden and amy klobuchar. Also congressman mike. Po kahn warned about reports of machines switching votes undisclosed vulnerabilities and improbable results. That threatened the integrity of our elections. If these people felt there was such a problem in twenty. Shouldn't they be asked if they still are concerned. It were they lying then to set this up. Were they lying then just to set this up so if they lost they could say what they're now blaming donald trump for saying or did they actually believe it. We need to know six. The election security experts also had concerns as reported by pbs. They've set up a complicated system which is centralized and doesn't seem to have any safeguards another report from pbs but election experts working for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the state of uncovered several troubling issues. Alex alderman looked closely at the qr codes. Where the votes are encoded for the scanner by analyzing the structure of the qr codes. I've been able to learn that. There's nothing that stops an attacker from just duplicating one and the duplicate would count the same as the original barcode. This investigation went on. Pbs was concerned but now that we're concerned it's a conspiracy theory the last reason we have to look into these is because poll show now that we don't trust our election process knowing that our elections are safe secure and fair is what keeps america america and not liberia or russia. It is vital to the future of our republic that we ask the questions to stamp out any kind of doubt and let the chips fall where they may. Now dominion yesterday confirmed the clinton foundation donation. They confirmed the pelosi staffer tie but then they denied a few other things. They denied that they had servers in germany. Okay looks like they may not have servers in germany but they do have offices in germany. They say that there is no back door to this system. They say that their system is is good and didn't make the errors and you can't really do the things that donald trump is saying. Well we wanted to bring tech expert in who who started just reading the manual for the dominion voting booth and you'll never guess what he found the manual next. This is the glenn beck program all right. Try to make it to the breakout lane in the middle of morning traffic. Not the best time to suddenly realize oh man I don't have any coverage for whatever it is that has made my engine start smoking beneath the hood. That check engine. Light came on a few weeks ago should have been a pretty good indicator But you didn't do it because you didn't have the money and i get it There's no good time for that check. Engine light go on. It's time for you to get carshield when it comes to safeguarding your car against disasters. That might come your way. The number one place to turn to is carshield. They have customizable monthly plans with low rates. 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But he is a tech expert. He spent twenty five. Years is high technology give. He's worked with call qualcomm and xp semiconductors also juniper networks and. i asked him on friday tell me about the dominion voting systems. So he's gone to work over the weekend and over the last few days and he's been doing his homework and And looking for the odds of this being us being able to easily co compromise the dominion system. Jeff brown joins us now. Hello jeff how are you. Hi good morning so you went. You started just using the user's manual you went and read. God bless you man. He went and read the user's manual. Well it's it's not very exciting reading but it's a great place to start Obviously it's It's accessible directly from Dominion and we can see how the company essentially manages The voting machine and of course The security of the election process Through its own technology and It also Goes to pretty detailed lengths to By how much risk is actually involved in its own system which might seem counterintuitive. Yeah so first of all is it. Can you access the voting machines easily can somebody from the outside with nefarious access. These so the answer to that is absolutely Now there's some caveats one is is if we're talking about someone that's remote and not At the election or the polling center The machine would obviously have to be connected and As we learned in several instances they were connected to the internet. So if that In a situation like that People would be able to access these machines with the right credentials now. What's interesting though. Is that These machines are just like any computer that you or i would have They have what's called an administrative password and People that are in charge of managing these machines that the polling centers have access Essentially administrative access to the machines. Anyone that has The keys or the password to gain administrative access. has the ability to modify delete alter change Election results. how hard would that be Not hard at all In fact as we look as i reviewed the security of the platform Dominion outlines in its user manual that with access A user With the ability to For example tamper with the device configuration. They can tamper with election. Result files they can On it or change or manipulate the audit logs of the dominion system They can even tamper with transmitted election. Results so they can give one thing to the the federal election committee and Alter the data that's actually On the dominion system. Now what i found. That was very interesting Is that the mitigation. Many of these security vulnerabilities were to implement a quote implement the proper process for access control four memory card handling and unit storage so the solution was simply for humans a i e people that were working at these polling centers to protect the memory card which is easily accessible on the side of the machine. So wait so could. Could you take the memory card change it and put it back or could you swap it out with a preloaded memory card. Both the the only security mechanisms to secure the memory card is one of those small little plastic strings that is supposed to provide evidence that there hasn't been any tampering. But you can simply cut that off. Take out the memory card. You could even switch the memory card and put a new Kind of tamper-proof plastic string back onto the dominion System would be very easy to take one memory card out put another one in. It would be easy to take out a memory card alter the data the information on the card before it was transmitted For a final tabulations. So can you can you double votes or change or flip votes easily. Could you just go into the software and and do those things. Yeah so Again anyone that would have administrative access to the dominion machine Could easily do what you just suggested. And there's another mechanism There could also be used after all. This is a software platform and The ability to for example Wait a vote so for every one vote that's cast for one candidate Two votes could actually be tabulated And y fraction of votes. You can why would you have that. Why there's only one reason would be to manipulate the The voting results dominion systems. I think as you probably know are used in some pretty Nefarious countries where legal elections in the owners manual. You can set it to count one for to know. This is just An example of what you can do with Programming the machine. But we read is. We saw in the that You know it's been referred to as software glitches or a malfunction or suddenly these machines Stopped counting obviously A simple explanation. The most simple explanation could be that Obviously the software was being tampered with or a different software was being used To to change the voting results all right. So the we have a motive. We have means it could be done. But we don't have any evidence that anything was done At all so we're kind of going this in the in through the back way we're saying they have means motive and opportunity yes to all those things however that doesn't mean a crime has been committed. Is there any way to easily go. And look at these machines and audit. And no i mean usually when you will make a change to software you make you leave a trail. Yes that's right so the answer is yes The right thing to do the right thing to do to get definitive proof would be to do a full software audit of the software on the machines in these Swing states you know. We're The the voter fraud is heavily suspected. it would not be difficult to find The part of the software code that has been the related to produce different results. That's the beautiful thing about software. It just does what it's told so if it's instructed to miscount then they can find Software engineer can find exactly where in the code The software is that would cause a false or fraudulent Results you would seem logical that we would as a nation want to do this after before and after every election that we would nicely. I mean there's no. I don't understand why we're working with archaic software. There's there's there's no reason for any of this in today's ages there there isn't at all and to make matters worse worse. It's almost as if the dominion machines were designed to have several fail points in other words several major security risks. Why would you say that. It was designed that way because no one if they were building a system or a network whether it be for corporation or a government. No one would design these many security risks into a system if they wanted to keep the data and information on altered and safe all us Dominions own words for these different levels of tampering of of audit logs or device configurations they they assigned a risk rating And in many cases the risk grading is high these our dominions own words. This is you have the jury. Do you have the you happen to have the book in front of you because you said in the notes that i got that on page four hundred. Four hundred fifty two four sixty nine. They outline in detail. The high and medium risk that ballots can be tempered with correct. Yes page four hundred and fifty. Two tampering with device configuration. The risk rating is high Page four hundred and fifty five tampering with election results files. The risk rating is high tampering with transmitted election result files on also on page four fifty. Five risk rating is high teaser. Just a few examples. Why from their owner manual. What own user manual. I understand why texas would reject this. Why would anyone buy it. Why would anybody buy something for elections here in the united states. Unless you wanted to tamper. Why would anybody buy that. They wouldn't i can absolutely assure us it any For example chief technology officer or chief security officer they would never purchase a product with software. That has all of these vulnerabilities for their business or their division of a government. Who would never do it to pull something like this off. Does it require What level of sophistication would require than and how big of a conspiracy circle what it required to to change the votes in in swing states. Well honestly with If the bad actor is an insider in other words they work for the polling station. As long as they have administrative access They can they can manipulate the votes This is not you know. The system is no different than What consumers are used to in terms of Working with for example a windows based system these are normal. Kind of user interfaces. You wouldn't have to be with administrative access. My point is you wouldn't have to be a software engineer to do it Now if you were remote and connected through the internet then you'd have to have a different level of skills and especially if you wanted to go back and make modifications and then basically cover your tracks and modify the audit logs So the question you asked about whether or not audited somebody that was really sophisticated and Wanted to do this on a wider scale could literally also those audit logs. Now why you know against your question you can actually design the system. So the audit logs couldn't be altered but they've designed the system so that they can be altered unbelievable. Jeff thank you very much. Jeff brown founder and chief investor analysts have brownstone research also the editor of the bleeding edge. You can find him at his website. Brownstone research dot com. Thank you as always so. I wrote yesterday a letter to a few democrats Senators asking them for some information. None of them responded. But it's important that you hear the letter that we sent yesterday. Stephen indiana writes in when i put a teaspoon teaspoon of rough greens on my dog's food. She slowly sniffed. It walked away then came back and devoured her entire bowl ever since that first day. She eats her entire Bowl in one sitting. That's never happened for the first two years of her life. She has been eating it a while. Now or coat looks great her energy increase. She sleeps better than she used to. Thank you so much for rough greens. You are welcome. 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It all comes down to this battleground georgia the radical democrats who will transform america tomorrow night nine pm eastern race to be dot com slash. Glenn glenn beck program. This is the glenn beck program. I want to just give you quickly a A letter that we sent out to all of the members of congress that expressed warnings and fears about dominion senator warren kloba char and And a couple of the democratic congressman We are trying this. What i said we are trying responsibly. To sort through the bipartisan concerns of the security of dominion voting systems. The wall street journal reported private equity firms have taken nearly all of the nation's election technology. And how they do. Business is clouded in secrecy. That's according to elizabeth warren that you said in that she said in an e mail senators warren and kloba char in december wrote that private equity backed voting comey's lack transparency that threatens the integrity of elections a few questions for your office reporting That we will report on tomorrow's glenn beck program Were there any concerns that you outlawed in the below letter fully addressed. Are you concerned about the use of dominion voting systems. That are national elections now. Do you believe the voting. Security is a bipartisan issue. Democrats and republicans should tackle together in congress We thank you for your supply. Your reply twenty four hours later. We still have no reply from anyone. I'm not expecting that. We will. Because i don't believe they actually care about anything as long as it works in their favor glenn beck program whether you're working from home or working on fitness. It doesn't matter you want to listen to what you want to listen to. 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Ding dong the king is dead in california. There was a lawsuit that was settled yesterday. Saying the gavin newsom has violated the state constitution. Is this the end of the autocratic control of gavin newsom and the oppression of the people of california. Don't count on it but it's good news. We begin there in sixty seconds. This is the glenn beck program. Holidays have descended upon us and whether it comes. The time of uniting with family usually around giant plates of delicious food when we were talking about okay. What are we going to do for thanksgiving. I realized that it was just us talking about what we're going to eat for thanksgiving. Not no there was no question about what we're gonna do. We're gonna we're gonna watch miracle on thirty fourth street right. We got that down. So we're gonna we've positioned ourselves on the couch right. Yeah we're going to watch the macy's day parade and what a ridiculous thing this is going to be. We're watching the dog. 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Now this could play a role in The election in other states. If this continues you. The constitution is extraordinarily clear. The legislature overseas the election and only the legislature can change the laws. This is something that the Trump administration was fighting fast and furious if you will All throughout the end of summer and in fall and in some cases they won that case. I don't know why they didn't win. In every case but now in california however however if the court also ruled that there was good cause for permanent injunction restraining gavin newsom from issuing any further unconstitutional orders that make new statutory law or legislative policy. Wow so that. Means is gavin newsom. All of the things that he has has done now. Issuing fifty eight executive orders changing over four hundred laws unilaterally. Keeping people locked in place at home has now been ruled unconstitutional. This is fantastic news. The judge rejected newsome's argument that section eighty-six twenty-seven emergency services at gives him autocratic powers at least twenty four of his orders rely on that section. The most damaging order of course was the lockdown Pacific The pacific legal foundations new lawsuit uses the same separation of powers argument over victory established as a successful legal theory. This color blinded or this color. Coded blueprint is complex in its mechanics and sweeping in its implications for businesses throughout the state. Business owners are left without a representative voice. As the governor decides fundamental public policy for the state continuing exercise of one man. Rule violates separation of powers because only the legislature is allowed to make these kinds of fundamental policy determinations under the california constitution. This is a california judge. This is crazy crazy. Good now lawmakers. Up in michigan are doing the same thing with whitmer. R- state representative matt matic. Several of the republican colleagues announced. They are seeking to hold impeachment hearings for governor whitmer in the state house of representatives. The they posted this on facebook over the weekend. A they listed several reasons why they say whitmer should be impeached and removed from office including ignoring court orders ignored during the process and the legislature They Charge that she's using. Our kids is political pawns and denied special. Needs students who depend on the services that occurred during in person classes The michigan constitution empowers the state house of representatives to impeach any civil officer for corrupt conduct in office for crimes or misdemeanors in a statement responding to the lawmakers. Widmer's office. listen to this. She said the governor doesn't have time for partisan politics or for people who don't wear masks on believable. Unbelievable you don't have time for partisan politics really my gosh. So that is happening in michigan and we are going to need every citizen on high alert because as many people found out. Do we have the justin trudeau audio from yesterday. As many people found out for the first time over the weekend the great reset is coming. this is Something that was trending. Thank god great. Reset was trending on sunday and it is the same great reset that we've been talking about for several months and the police are the police. The press has been ignoring. Here's what the prime minister of. Canada said over the weekend building back better means giving support to the most vulnerable while maintaining our momentum on reaching the twenty-three agenda for sustainable development and the sdg's canada's here to listen and to have his pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset this is our chance to accelerate our pre pandemic to reimagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty inequality and climate cheech. There's a couple of things that he said their first of all he started with building back better. Have you noticed that building back. Better is behind the heads of prime ministers all over the world. Now really weird. It's it's really terrible. Slow down oh no no. It's good and his catchy as me read good. I mean it's a ridiculous statement. It is a global statement. Now build back better. I've never heard anything so bad. And that's why it sticks out but it's part now of the great reset and when they talk about reimagining economic systems they're talking about shareholder capitalism. Which is the closest thing. i could describe to shareholder. Capitalism is the system they have in communist china no hyperbole or the system that germany went to in the nineteen thirties no hyperbole the elites at the world economic forum in june the united nations the international monetary fund and dozens of other nonprofits. Inc's met to discuss how they plan to use the corona virus pandemic to push the reset button on the global economy. Many of the details are not hammered out yet until the wheel at the world economic forum meets again early next year but they did lay out. Their broad outlying and it is terrifying. They want to impose a mountain of massive new government programs including the green new deal a jobs guaranteed and government controlled healthcare. But that is just the start. They also want to completely change. The way businesses operate so that every corporation is coerced in becoming champions for left wing. Social justice causes. You wanna know why. Nike and everybody else is already on the bandwagon. Because they know what's coming they want to create a new international digital currency. That also could be used to displace the dollar as the world's reserve currency that is going to be disastrous for everyone in america. That has saved money your member. I told you almost twenty years ago. There is no way to bring the united states level of success and monetary prowess up. You can bring the rest of the world up to our standards which means they have to bring us down to everyone else's standards and that is what this is all about in the name of social justice by the way digital currency an international digital currency. That is going to take the power. The economic power that we all have in the You know with the invisible hand of the market and it goes to a small number of bankers and international officials. They will be able to control absolutely everything and all of the elites now are pushing for the great reset and they know that this this movement would ordinarily be impossible to achieve because of countries like the united states. This is why donald trump could not win this election. They wanted to make sure he is not an office. Because he's the only one that would have stood against it and that's why the pandemic is so important to the left. It's a big reason. Why so many left wing politicians are now again. Asking for giant shutdowns of our economies lori lightfoot and chicago issued a new stay at home advisory illinois threatening to shut down the entire state according to the governor virginia. They're your governor ralph northam as increased restrictions on all indoor gatherings and many restaurants the governors of california oregon washington are gearing up for the same thing. They are going to kill the small business crush entrepreneurship force all americans to come crawling on their hands and knees to government four survival so they can reshape the entire world as prince. Charles said who's a great supporter of The great reset this is a golden opportunity to seize something good. We are in the earliest stages but much darker days. Lie ahead if joe biden becomes our next president because we have strong evidence biden and his closest allies are all devoted to the great reset. It is it is important. It is vital to you and your children's freedom and economic freedom that you know about the great reset go directly to the world economic forum. Their website It's w. e. forum dot org slash great hash reset but go to the sources read through the world economic forum's report on reforming the way. All corporations are going to operate. It's called measuring stakeholder capitalism. Don't listen to people who are giving you conspiracy theories and don't spread anything from anyone else. Go to the source. It is vital. We do it now. American financing mls. One eight two three three four www dot nmlsconsumeraccess.org. Or you. then let me tell you about American financing according to a recent survey fifty one percent of adults believe covid nineteen. The economy is worse than the great recession. Oh it will be it will be there have been job losses left and right and unfortunately that could get a lot worse before going to get better as we continue with these ridiculous shutdowns. There is no question that this is one of the most stressful times we've experienced as a nation. So how can we take the stress off of you. Well by being fiscally responsible one of the things you can do to be responsible with your money is to look for places where you can save it. If you're a homeowner and yeah haven't been taking advantage of the historic low interest rates for example is time for you to give american financing a call and see what they can do. It might save hundreds of thousands. A month was something as simple as a mortgage refi having lower interest rates without having to start your term over could really be the leg up that you need in the coming months and the qualified mortgage consultants at american financing. Or just the people to help you get there. Call american financing at eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty or american financing dot net ten seconds station. Id holy cow. Nick dipaolo he the comedian that says it all and is really funny. Nick apollo is going to be live from las vegas saturday. November twenty first starting at ten pm alive audience in the showroom and you'll be streaming it for anybody who is stuck under lockdown unfiltered uncensored. We wouldn't have it any other way with nick. Dipaolo except right now is filtered and censored. Make how are you. Glenn i miss you. Glenn how you how doing surviving nick. I'm doing fine. I'm you know. Thank god i think you. And i have the best jobs you could have. What up all the shutdown and stuff. We'd lucky to be a podcast in our radio guy and you only have to see producer and your wife. I think that's right now. However what's coming for people with opinions like ours. We might change our view chain yard viewers in talking to go left me. No no no change. Our view as in. This isn't the happiest job that have well. Ed they say gland is I think it was my quote under my yearbook picture. In highschool my quote was the wrote to tyranny as paid through big business or on top of it. Wow what do you think of the election. What do you think of the election. Well i think. I moved to the right state. I moved from new york to georgia thinking my with matter and Do you believe it the georgia it could end up I knew something was up. And i went to vote and the lady that check me and had a biden tattoo on her neck. I think you're you're in for a world of excitement. The next few the tv commercials started in georgia yet. senator Yes oh my god. I'm so tired of it. But i'll tell you my favorite percival georgia is that marjorie taylor agree. I mean she did an average she had an ar fifteen and she's got a picture of the squad behind her. You know he'll on ohrid all those pigs. She has a rightful and it's like pointed at him so i pulled a lever for her immediately did you. That's what that's what that's what gets your vote right away. That's what anybody that. Yes and they believe that enforce. I i can't watch now. The old white couple in knocked out on the street by. I know i am ready to go. Man i wasn't at the gun range four times i get in trouble. 'cause i went to a gun range and you can buy targets paper targets and i wrote pelosi over one supposed to it is how did you get vegas or is just vegas just doesn't care they're like hey it's vegas you get diseases here all the time. How did you to open a showroom kitten. Anybody anybody that goes to beg. It's on a regular basis your immune to everything. Yeah i mean just just touching your mouth the hand to mouth after us the slot machine. That's way worse than yeah. Yeah so you are. You're performing how many people are going to be in the same room because this'll be weird. Fry forward. i mean. You haven't done this. How long well. I've done some roadwork lately. And you know. I'm selling tickets glenn. I'd be making twice the money. Some of these clubs are at half capacity. And this one's going to be it's it holds five hundred and and we have to fifty so Which is great actually. So and the reason i'm doing it is because i have a ton of fans who say. Hey you know you don't come to australia. And then you don't come to alaska montana and Vegas i could booster shots. Every time i know. I know i know So yeah this is gonna be great and we're gonna to have So people can sit in the company a home whether you governor tells you to not and and Look i paid my do squat. I get my radio show got shut down because it was too right wing in new york. I've been physically assaulted after a show. I was on the phone with the fbi twice this year because of death threats. So i guess you people tune in who hate the left. 'cause i'm not out there talking about You know pop tarts and my family. I'm doing the real thing you know. What do you think that. The corona virus the shutdowns that are coming. Yes needed necessary right wrong. Oh absolutely you know this is a big hoax. I mean if from age one to sixty nine is survival. Rate is ninety nine point nine. Six seven m come on unless you're a chinese woman and a late hundreds with diabetes. I think you're gonna be fine. You know that is that is the problem. We are shutting everything down and yet we we. We should just be protecting the people who are most vulnerable. Fout she said yesterday that Even though we have a vaccine now that'll be ninety five percent effective. You'll never know if you're part of that five percent and so you should. Everyone should continue wearing the mask. You kidding me. No that is the biggest joke. And i don't know why people are complaining like in california. You know the governor says. Hey you can't have i. I'm really people all the white. Why pretend to like you kidding. Trying to enforce that three family role in california which is about forty percent mexican and they average one hundred and seventeen. And they're saying make sure the person doing. The cooking has sanitized there. My mother likes to change at transmission polling. Nick apollo thank you so much. Nick apollo he is going to be again in vegas. This saturday Starting at ten o'clock you'll be able to see This live online. Your tickets at watch live now dot com or online roku apple tv android tv amazon fire tv again. Follow nick. Apollo watch live now dot com nick. Dip dot com is the glenn beck program Right let me tell you that right now and toss is changing the temperature. Taking game the The the thing that i think doctors may have started You know the stick it where the sun don't shine that was how used to have to take the devotees of baby and They don't like that. I don't like that But now you have for the first time ever little paper strips that you can just stick on the forehead of your child and they stay there all day And it is the most accurate consistent temperature gauge that. They have found in studies. It is really really especially if you have a baby or child but now it's also a great way. Ford motor company is using this to get all of their employees in. And make sure everybody's temperature is. Okay you can use it for babies you by five or ten. At a time. Huge corporations you can buy them in strips of three thousand five thousand. I want you to check them out. Temp in toss available temp toss at major retailers tempest toss dot com slash back door go to blaze tv dot com. Slash glenn the promo code is glenn to save thirty bucks off your subscription to blaze. Tv this is the glenn beck program. We're so glad that you've tuned in today. Brian stelter is a just a worthless worthless. I i don't even know reporter. What would you even call him now. Just mouthpiece y- brian stelter at cnn. yesterday said that all of the videos showing the Violence against trump supporters in washington. Dc they were all out of context clips. Hey brian wet. Context does hitting a an old woman. you know the back of the head. What context does that work in. What context does a mob surrounding a guy in a trump t-shirt row riding a scooter or a bike being shoved over and stomped on what context is needed to make that right. Because i can't think of one. Yeah i mean there's at one clip where the guy gets knocked out and before that if you watch the the the full footage and we showed you the you could see. He's also scuffling with these guys and they're going kind of going back and forth and then he walks away isn't looking at them at all and gets punched in the side of the head and knocked to the ground in complete. You know Sucker punch yeah. Is that the type of contact. He's looking for. I mean like that's still really bad. Yeah well how about how about the one where everybody's just kind of eating their food in a restaurant and then the mob start to attack and then they throw in. A firework and launch firework into the restaurant is that is what context is that were they chewing with their mouth closed because if they weren't that really annoying i don't know you know they will take jokes out of context and i know we live in a different world. Nick apollo doesn't seem to understand that might We live in a different world. Where you just don't make jokes about certain things and and i get that but they will always take jokes about things and they will just go crazy. I'll bet you that what nick said. They'll go crazy on but they won't say that this was an attempt to humor. This was a comedian. Anything like that context will not matter to them on anything like that and they'll dismiss the violence. Did you see what macro said yesterday. I love this. Oh yeah oh my gosh so The the new york times has come out and the mainstream media has said that What's happening in. France is just xenophobia and good people are just rising up. In the streets i mean they. They beheaded teachers. And this is just because of france's xenophobia. If i if i may let me just quote him. When france was attacked five years ago every nation in the world supported us. He said so. When i see in that context several newspapers which i believe are from countries that share our values journalists who write in a country that is the heir to the enlightenment or the french revolution when i see them. Legitimizing this violence and saying the heart of the problem is that francis racist and islamophobic than i say your founding principles have been lost. Wow yes he said. We will be inflexible. When it comes to tackling racism anti-semitism and discrimination and straw new strong decisions will be made to reinforce people's chances to live but this noble fight is perverted when it turns into communitarianism into a false rewriting of our history. This is unacceptable boy. Wouldn't you love to hear this. It is unacceptable when it is picked up by separatists. I tell you very very clearly tonight. My dear fellow citizens. The republic will not erase any trace or name from its history. It will not forget any of its deeds or take down any statue. What we need to do is look all together with lucidity on a on all of our history and all of our memory our relation to africa in particular so we can build a present and a possible future from one to the other side of the mediterranean for the first time people like france. Wow where well. I know i know as he said We have lost our founding principles. And how badly have we lost them. We got a piece of audio in from a listener. And we appreciate anything that you have access to that you want to explore. Expose or whistle. Blow we really appreciate it There was a there was a zoom call. That recently happened showing up for racial justice. And it's a national network of groups and individuals organizing white people for racial justice and they had this event on zoom recommitting to racial justice. White people's work in the days of head and it was described as you know how white people showed up in massive numbers to vote for donald trump. more white people voted for trump and twenty twenty that in two thousand sixteen. Our work remains clearer than ever. We need to be organizing white people and so they had a group of people meeting on this zoom meeting. one of our listeners. Happen to be there and recorded it. And i I i want you to listen. The woman taking part in this Is a highlander center of tennessee. It's a research and education center And here they are caught one stacey abrams and the stolen election. What we saw is not much different from what we saw. When stacey abrams ran for the gubernatorial race right we same situation right. When it came back down to it we knew the counties that were left at the end of the the general election replaces where black people whether it was new georgia project or black voters matter. A number of organizations mahinda surge had been organizing our people so we know what it was gonna be stacey. Abrams didn't lose an election at giorgio. Solid all right biden and harris this administration. What are their plans now. Going forward but now we need to make sure that we can mobilize and organize those people to make sure that one we actually seal the deal and the loser leaves rape but secondly to recognize that neo liberals have been killing me slowly for as long as they've been in existence. There is still much work to be done. Joe biden accomplish. Harris are not my savior's there my next target right so where we need to be is in the practice of building people's power to demand what we deserve not what we could see what we would concede to in the first hundred days of a new administration so biden. Victory they say was all due to them an accom- with clear and concise demands about what we deserve because we delivered this victory to the biden harris administration to hold that power. We deflects it like it's ours to come hard saying that you know defunding. The police wasn't something that lost seats. The fund the police was demand that one progressive democrat seats right. We need to come out hard for the breath. We we'd come out hard saying heroes act is not enough if it does not include our sisters brothers siblings that are undocumented that is not a stimulus that builds out our people. Those are people so we need the demand. The thrive agenda. We need the man. The people's charter that the working families party in many of us helped create we demand the demands in the vision for black lives. We needed a man of red black and green new deal for people right. This moment y'all we've built a social movement. Now we need to act like we built out so they did build power they are claiming that they are the real force behind it. These are the organizers of black lives matter etcetera etcetera And they now finally come clear that this was never really about trump. we didn't want to build a social movement that didn't have any political t when our ancestors an elderly said by any means necessary. They met by all means including fighting for electoral justice. Not that it's the only pet deliberation but it certainly affected that we couldn't could see an secondarily. We also wanted to make sure that were building a party. That wasn't accountable to our movements right so we talked about what it would mean to be. We need what is it gonna take to be back. The breadth of white nationalism up and down the ballot wasn't just about trump. Though it was a major goal of our work. Ray of our united fronts word. It was not just in right. It was to beat back white. Nationalism authoritarian proto fascist tendencies up and down the ballot. This is zoom. Call the just happened with aaron haney and chara a burke from tennessee based political Group the henderson group. I think Also be a lamb supporters. Were on this call and spoke so this wasn't about just removing trump. This is a step into the direction. They hope to go and they are not done with this election or any election in the future. Let me be clear. Second-phase is also to make sure that if in a scenario where there was a contested election that we had the power to make sure that that can that contestation by the trump administration fails ray. That's where we are right now. We cook we correctly identified the scenario that we would be in black people. Got it right in right. We predicted that this would be where we were and we built infrastructure to be able to make sure that we had people together in a united front committed beyond november third so that we can continue to use our people power to make sure that in a contested scenario. That are people still win. That's face to right okay. So now what's next and when that happens we'll make sure that they remember every day of their four years that they wouldn't be there without us in a day. Oh was big right. They always big so we need to be going ahead and thinking right now. What can joe biden. Give me by executive order right. Self sufficient even have to wait for congress. We should be talking. We should avenida study on reparations. Right i'm gonna take. Hr forty please thank you. My people been fighting for that for a long time. But guess what. I'll have the way for that. Give me off it man. Why are we waiting for. Joe biden to to sign the heroes act. We know that there's something better. And he could just wave his pen and give it to us now rank. Well that puts you know schumer and the student debt forgiveness through executive order. That kind of gives you some Some new meaning behind. That doesn't it when you hear a o see pushing for executive orders and you don't have to go through congress when you hear them say we have to take the two senate seats in georgia so we don't have to negotiate with anyone. It kind of puts it into context doesn't it. this is what we're up against. But i will tell you. This is what we were built for. Blinds dot com. The holiday rush is almost here. Which means it's the perfect time to get your home decked out for the season if you haven't tried blinds dot com now is the time. And they're offering huge deals all month long so you can shop before black friday. Save up to forty percent. 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He is the least self-aware person in modern american history. But the problem with that is. He's knows exactly what he's doing. He knows he did all these things and he's just lying because the only thing he knows how to do is lie. He is i. If i'm not mistaken. News i if it was a country it would be down on the list as worse than what was it. Peru peru belgium every country on earth with the exception of countries. That have like twenty thousand people like a san marino. I think is worse than than no no same reno's not even as bad as sorry. Every does ninety nobody. Nobody is reporting all of this stuff. They're going for for more draconian. How did how does this. How is this being spread. This is an honest question. If everybody is locked down in new york the new york city. I mean that. Nobody's doing business in new york city. How is it spreading so fast again. I mean besides the riots and the and the victory parties for i seriously. Victory parties is probably at this point part of the the the issue. I do think that. Look if there's a there's a there's university here in texas that did a study of of actual compliance these rules and they found its be fifty six percent which again is not zero percent. But it's not one hundred percents either. And that's just. We're talking about masks and social distancing. We're not in locked. I mean look. I don't i know if you're in california you're like this is this is locked down. It's not locked down in texas barely even notice the difference in my life to be frank about it. I really i mean. I have to wear a mask occasionally when i go into a stupid store and that's annoying and i've already i'm a covid. Nineteen survivors glens says. I know i've already been through this. And you know. I am not only to cove to all things i am. I'm worse than you. I didn't get covid but my wife was sick. What what what do i do. I don't know what to do. she's sick. what do i do. How do i eat what happens. I mean it was. It was devastating. Devastating my hustle. But i mean you around here honestly like the the thing that you don't have large gatherings but again the dallas cowboys are putting thirty thousand people in their stadium. Look i it's not my dinner with dave rubin and he came into the restaurant. He's like there were people here. I'm like yeah. Yeah we we go out and do things dave where we're not in a United socialist state of california. We we we go out and do things we just use common sense and look you can isolate yourself into a panic. Room and not spread the virus. We all know that we have to find a balance between doing things you know that we're not gonna infecting everybody and we're able to live our lives a little. There is nobody that hates andrew. Cuomo more than stu except perhaps for janice denies stations great. And she's on next glenn beck program. 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Back is the glenn beck program so let me talk to you a little bit about a new book out called not free america. It is a really really good book to bone up on how not free. We really are. And it hasn't just started It's not because of covid or anything else that's been going on for a long time and we have got to stop surrendering our liberty. We have to start pushing for our onum. Is the idea of liberty the idea of freedom. That's what brought us together in the first place and it's the only thing that will bring us together again. Well here's a book called Not free america. And it was written by mike donovan. It not only shows what's going on but it also offers a solution so once you go to not free. America dot com. Take the liberty pledge and order your copy today find out how to stop the overreach and the abuse of our government what actions you can take to do better. It's not free. America dot com. Go there now. The one and only Janice dean is joining us next. The only person who i think plus. She's she's too nice to hate. Yes but the only person who dislikes more Then you She's the only person i know. That really does not like andrew cuomo. I mean to your level yes. She has a raise. Yours is just throw. Yeah back in a minute. What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment vis vis lend that program hello america and welcome to the glenn beck program. We can all agree. There are lots of despicable people. Lots of despicable people Especially in office right now. People who just don't care about what the truth is and they get away with murder. But i don't think there is anyone quite to the level of andrew cuomo andrew cuomo and this is what makes it so horrible. Is the amount of people that if actually died borsch lied people died alcalay. This guy is still lying and people are dying. It is so reprehensible because actual lives have been snuffed out because of his policies actual lives are at stake because of his lies and then he goes off on yesterday. He said. Hey you know. Politicians and public figures. They've got to learn from their mistakes and admit their mistakes. Who am i. gosh. I think my head's going to explode a full-fledged duct tape alert wrap your head in duct tape because it just might explode when you hear the truth about andrew cuomo and janice dean joins us in sixty seconds. Is the glenn beck program all right. You know the value of a dollar. So what is the value of twenty dollars wearing emerge. When yeah yeah got it. How far twenty bucks gonna get you today. Get you what i mean. Surprise i go with my family and mcdonald's now it's like seventy dollars you're like what's your mcdonald's we eat a lot anyway Twenty dollars can help get you out of pain. I want you to try the trial. Pack of relieffactor. This is something that i started taking about three years ago. i didn't do commercials for them for a long time. Because i didn't i didn't take it. I didn't honestly. It's like it's healthy. And i'm like look at me. Do i look like the picture of health. I don't think this stuff is going to work And then i started taking about three years ago because my wife forced me to do it because she was quote tired of hearing my whining and i have to tell you three years later. I am still out of pain. Because of relieffactor go to relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four. It's relieffactor dot com janice. Dean is the fox news senior meteorologist. She is also the author of mostly sunny. Which kind of except for this hour. Maybe kind of sums her up mostly. Janice how are you. Hi glen and highest to thank you for having me today. I am thrilled to meet someone. That is as upset as stu is on andrew cuomo. I don't know how he gets away with what he has gotten away with in new york but it's despicable. it's really despicable. Tell me how the story affected you before we get into all the stats. While my husband lost both of his parents to corona virus. His dad was in a nursing home. The plan was to have both parents in an assisted living facility close to where we are And the back story on. That is his parents. Lived enough or story walkup in brooklyn for almost sixty years. They didn't want to move. It was rent controlled. We tried for many years to try to get them to move they wouldn't listen to us As they got older they had more health problems. His dad was suffering from dementia He was his. His health was going downhill very quickly. His mom had problems walking. She had to use a walker. We had aids coming into the the building but my husband's still had to go to their apartment. There were trips to the er it was. It was to the point where we had to have twenty four hour care for both of they can take care of themselves. They couldn't take care of each other so we found a great assisted. Living residents very close to long island in the plan was to have them both together in the double room. His dad needed rehab because he had a lot of health issues so we had to get him in better shape And he was only there for a couple of weeks glenn when the coronavirus came in play and that was at the very end of march we got a call on a saturday morning. saying his dad wasn't feeling well and up until this point we're getting updates. He was doing fine both of them. Were doing fine. And the saturday morning Sean gets the phone call that his dad isn't feeling well and that he's running a fever and three hours later. He's he's dead holy cow. Yup they call us to tell he s. He died three hours after the initial phone. Call of saying he wasn't well and because we were in quarantine we couldn't go physically go see him For at least a week and a half. We weren't able to go see him. We were trying to get regular updates. So we didn't find out that he had until the duck certificate And we didn't know that at this point that the governor was putting covert positive patients into nursing homes. It was only after he died. That i started seeing the reports and i remember getting a phone call before he died from one of the age. That was taking care of him saying that they were moving him to another floor so that they could accept more patients so that was my first red flag. Yeah and your husband's mom yeah. His his my husband had to call his mom to tell her that her husband had died. She hadn't seen him in in many weeks It was the hardest thing he's ever had do. She got sick in her assisted living facility and was transported to the hospital and we didn't know she had cobra until she got to the hospital. She died several days later And the other reason why. I'm angry and i'm upset is because her number does not count because the governor will not count or at least won't release the numbers of kobe patients. That got bit in their elder care facilities but died in hospital. They're the only state that counts it like that right. The only state that says if you got it at a nursing home but you died in the hospital it doesn't count correct And there have been people trying to sue for this in. We were supposed to get the information from his health. Commissioner howard sucker Before the election and then it was delayed until after the election. And now we're not supposed to get the total numbers until in january so there at the empire center which is a watchdog of sorts It has sued the governor and his health department for this information. Because if we're going go forward and we're getting into a second wave now if we don't have the actual total numbers that's a big problem. Do we have any idea of gas and educated guess. The educated guess is double what they are reporting. So the governor's reporting. I think sixty five hundred deaths in the nursing home facilities and what. I'm hearing the estimates are at least double that when you include those that guide in the hospital but got covert in their elder care. Facility with into perspective still What are the what are other states looking at. New york's performance in basically every category is worse than every other state The only thing the only states that compete with new york are states like new jersey which was largely overflow from from new york You know in in to show you how disingenuous cuomo has been on this point. I mean we all know that he imported kovic positive patients into nursing homes and he also will not tell everyone what the actual total of of nursing home deaths are. You won't say what they are. He will not report. It's been months and months and months lawsuits and everything else. What makes him uniquely awful in every single way. Are things like this where he uses the second point that he's only disclosing half the deaths as a defense for his initial policy. Because when you ask him about his initial policy of importing these patients he says we'll look at our numbers. We're like thirty fourth in the nation. Will you're only thirty fourth in the nation because you're lying the total which is documented not by just conservative sources but all over the mainstream media that this has not occurred they have not disclosed the correct number of patients so uses his lie to defend his policy that affected so many lives. It's it is. It's incomprehensible how terrible he's been through this so janice how come. The lawsuits are not winning. How come you're not getting the release of the information. What is the excuse. They need more time. Apparently they need more time to get all of this information. It is very frustrating. And of course. We have other questions like governor. Why didn't you use the facilities that were provided by the federal government to you including The mercy ships and the job at center and some of the makeshift hospitals. That were put in place where taxpayers spent millions of dollars making these makeshift hospitals. So that you could put corona virus patients into these places instead of nursing homes the most vulnerable areas and the beginning of this glenn. He was talking. He knew he said if we put The virus in nursing homes. It would read like drive around. There is evidence of him saying that on the record and so he knew But i've read things. That are very interesting to me that he was getting whispered in his ear by some of his top hospital donors that the hospital were saying we cannot deal with all of these corona patients. We are not able to care for them like perhaps may Nursing home might so maybe back where we should put the corona by rotations. So there's all sorts of interesting things that i think A an investigation might come so he so. My next question was why would he. Why would he do this. It was so clean. The one thing we knew going into it is if you are elderly and sick or weak you're done. We knew that that's the one thing we knew as it was coming over so he had to go ahead. No we did know that. And since you know i would say. In the last several weeks. I've been doing a lot of these rallies with Some of the families. That are going through the same thing that i'm going to through our family and i've talked to nursing care workers And they have the same questions and they were the ones that actually right away raise their hand wrote documents saying please do not do this. We are. we are not equipped to take up. Kobe positive patients endure. We don't have enough p. We can't separate them is going to be This like fire through dry grass all of these people. These experts new. Why did the governor still put out. An executive order forcing kobe positive patients into nursing homes. Not for one. Not for two weeks but forty six days until finally rescinded. The order and the other things do knows very well. Is that if you go on the health. Care website of new york. You cannot find that executive order. They have scrubbed it from the website. This country is becoming so dangerous. The politician without a a free press. And i don't mean free as i think. Cnn is free to report anything they want. They just choose differently but without a press that is actually trying to stand for the people not for the institutions. Not for the party's not for the politicians but for the people we are so far off the reservation now of entry. That can even be free. We're not even getting the news and they're scrubbing it and nobody cares. Well you're right some of those places don't care thankfully your you know. The blaze is helping me with this fox. News has helped me with this. The new york post has been doing some good investigative journalism. The you know the wall street journal as well. There have been a couple of articles in the new york times But the problem is. And that's why i'm vocal is because i am not saying. Be mainstream media You know ask these questions or demand. Accountability of their leaders He really has been ruling with an iron fist and every time he does get asked the question. He blames everybody else except the person that signed the order. He's blamed god and mother nature and the new york post and fox news and the nurse the nursing care workers and the visitors and by the way i was never able to visit my loved ones so i didn't have a chance to bring in kovic to the nursing home and we and he is now gone to the tactic of saying. How dare you even ask. That is so hurtful to meet even playing the martyr on this right. He's actually said how. How cruel of you to you know. Put the blame on me And to see these interviews still to this day going around i mean. He's published a book on his leadership but he continued to publicize and in my mind he is profiting off the over. Thirty thousand new yorkers including my inlaws the died by publishing a book on leadership of new york after he has helped really I mean he. His order has helped kill. Thousands of relatives of new york state and this is not political. Glen this is not about republican or democrat. My in laws were were registered democrats. This is not about politics. This is about accountability for something that went wrong. And it's because of your leadership that we're put into this situation back in just a second more with Janice dean fox news on covid and cuomo coming up in just a second. I welcome to twenty twenty. Malware is everywhere like an entire roomful of live mouse traps that you're walking bear threat for a bear. Three foot through Blindfolded and in the dark. 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I was advised that some could handle kobe patients. I made a tremendous mistake. And i am sorry. Had he done that. I actually would have accepted that. I don't wanna be the person who is out there You know screaming at the governor every single day on social media. I am not that person at all. I've never been political in my entire life. I am the weather person i always say. Only red and blue icy on a map glenn is areas of high pressure. And i i will. I hope to go back to that. But because he is not accepting any responsibility or accountability and these mainstream media outlets who will not hold him accountable or asking the question or show him the mandate that's been scrubbed off his website. That is why i am vocal. But yes at the very beginning had just admitted that he didn't know what to do when we were in the middle of a pandemic. Maybe if he hadn't written a book. I mean the fact that he wrote a book aniston has been making money off of that book Even yesterday he was or the other day he was at a church and he was talking about leadership. And how you have to learn from your mistakes. He even talked about that book. Well i wrote a book about leadership you can buy it for twenty four and ninety nine at i mean it's just outwardly gross. It's so gross. And glenn you and i both know. Do we all know that. If mr cuomo had an our next to his name he would probably be. You know he jerry. He'd he'd be in real deep trouble. Yeah i mean it's not. It's not even just avoiding responsibility which has been something you totally expect. He demands praise for his handling of this. I mean the book is one thing. That poster was revolting. He was selling poster where he had cartoon drawings of himself driving around camaro. He was dunking on southern states. Who were having their flare up at the time. Which by the way wound up being nowhere near as large as the flare up in new york the way he come goes around and demands this sort of like stature and the media gives it to them about any of that. Come from his brother at cnn. I mean way they interviewed him. Is we would never do that. We would as the blaze we would know as a commentator. I would say to my brother. You gotta talk to the news department. You can talk to me but you gotta talk to. The news department is well then. I mean you can't do that and that was the journalistic pushback. It was making us physically ill. When we we were we couldn't have a funeral or wake or last rif. We weren't able to see them. And yet i would see cuomo with his brother on. Cnn joking around their comedy comedy newshour with cuomo and his big You know Cotton swab going up like it was infuriating. More in just a second with janice dean From fox news as the Program continues. Standby the glenn beck program. Paid you remember that. 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It's real because i've had loved ones die of it but i've also said the people i'm also not going to let it make me so fearful that i don't leave my home. I mean i am somebody that's compromised i. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis thousand. Five so i am considered a someone that has you know. been on vulnerable. But i'm not going to make dictate You know that. I'm going to be in the basement for the rest of my life. My kids are currently in school. I support the fact that my children are in school. They've been doing very well With going to school and safety precautions that they take. It's more important for my children to go to school then for us to be all in how you know scared to death. My kids worth my kids have been destroyed by this. You know they were going to school and everything was on track and then this happened and i both my kids are have changed. They are really struggling with school when they do go twice a week. The teacher is behind glass. They have glass on their desk and the teacher. And you know my son and daughter have to wear masks. What the i mean. Come on and can you imagine this being your school experience either college or high school or anytime my my youngest Who's nine years old. He has anxiety issues because of the so for me. It's better that he goes to school. Even if he is wearing a mask even if they are distance by you know six feet i think it's more important for him to still be able to go and learn that way he can't learn through the zoom process. Ya we would. Have you know regular meltdowns. Not just my sons but there are mom as well and my husband's a first responder. He's a firefighter. He has to go to work. So these are things that we all have to take into account We we cannot just be in our basement and not go anywhere so while i fear i also understand that we can be in a worse position in our dictated by that fear and we are not going on. You know going and living our lives with taking those precautions. What do you think what do you think of. What do you think of cuomo coming out. And saying that. He's going to sue the federal government to stop the distribution of the vaccines. Because they won't be able to control it until biden gets in and he says the distribution is going to be all screwed up that drives me nuts. Because there's mr hypocrisy once again He wasn't at at least seventeen white house meetings about kobe. He was out promoting his book. Glenn back about leadership instead of going to the white house and being with other governors to talk about what the white house was doing the federal government to try to help different states. The first of all he wouldn't go to these meetings and now that there is a possible covid vaccine because it's under trump you know he's he's nervous about the whole thing. I'm not going to distribute it here in new york and yet when trump comes back and says well then if new york doesn't want my covid vaccine then i won't give it to new york then of course we see the governor saying trump will give me the vaccine there. I'm going to still him. It's all such political theater garbage in it drives me crazy. This governor continues to make bad decisions on behalf of the people he represents. Is there a breaking point in new york For cuomo is there. Is there any build up of people. Saying i can't take it anymore. I mean do people see it. I have people that. Come up and whisper to me and say it's terrifying hub. Keep doing what you're doing. I will tell you that. I got an email from someone who knows the cuomo family very well who basis who basically said janice you've picked You know a noble thing to go after him on. Good luck with your fight but watch your back. So what does that tell you. If you've got somebody that knows this family very well telling me to watch my back When i go against the governor so what does he ever person do. That's a good question. I am demanding accountability and answers. I'm shouting from my social media mountaintop. i'm trying to do as many programs with possible to get the word out I just feel like people are afraid to support those who are going against the governor and that is so dangerous will not here in texas. Were not afraid. And i don't think the the joining states are but it is going to take a movement of the people of new york but i mean there's you know it's really frightening genesis what we have what we've now accepted. We you know the the when when somebody comes down and abuses people if that person takes it. That's your baseline of your relationship. Look how much abuse the american people are taking because of covid look at how many rights we're giving up. How many things we just like. I don't know what to do. So i'm just going to go along. It's terrifying because that will be the baseline of our relationship with a quote ruler right and now people saying that we can't get with our families for thanksgiving and we can't have christmas together You know to what point do we stand up and say you can't tell me how to celebrate thanksgiving with my family. You can't what are you going to do. Get the national guard. And you're going to bang down my doors. Because i have more than ten people at my home. I'm not sure what's going. Take one but when we see all of these peaceful protests and i have not had a funeral for my husband's parents at what point do we stand up and say something's gotta give up here. Something's not right. We support you and support your message and anything that we can do to help you on the blaze or In my program. And stu make sure that every program knows that she's available. I hope you've talked to mark levin and steven crowder and everybody else but If not we'll we'll do everything we can. Cause your voice needs to be heard and you are much appreciated. Thank you glen. I on behalf of my family. I appreciate you giving me a platform to tell my story thank you. You're welcome. Thank you janice dean some legitimacy. She's just the best really is if you follow her on twitter you'll get She she tweets a lot of things a stories that i missed all the time at janice dean about cuomo. And what's going on up there. She's been a consistent voice and is seemingly the only person who cares about holding him accountable for what he's done and rate is it's not somebody like us. You know what i mean. This is what we do for a living so you know we bring these to you but you know people can easily dismiss it. This is this is a wife and and a mom and somebody who lost two family members and still can't bury them. Yeah and she's you know married to a firefighter who was a hero and And who did not want want her to talk about this for a long time. I mean she she she was willing to talk about it but he you know he didn't wanna make a big deal about this. It wasn't until cuomo started really getting to his excesses afterward that that he finally you know encouraged her to speak out and thankfully that happened. Because this guy will skate. He will skate with tens of thousands of lives that he's responsible for. He will skate with no responsibility. Because this media hooves obsessed with him. i don't know if it's his last name or the fact that he coddled them during a different difficult time because they all live in new york. Whatever it is they are. They are determined to let him off the hook for what he's done and remember. It was the armenian genocide that hitler had nothing to do with that taught him about the holocaust. Hitler later said if the armenia of the turks can get a get rid of so many armenians and do this and the world doesn't care they're not gonna give a damn about the jews People learn from these things. What are we teaching other governors. what a what. What possible role is cuomo playing in the future that he's going to feel invincible on. This is a very very dangerous time dangerous time. And i'm glad we're in this together quite honestly. I'm glad you're here. Thank you all right. We're running out of time to take advantage of simplisafe's huge holiday sale. You can keep your family and your property safe from intruders throughout the holiday season with thirty percent off any simply safe system and you're gonna get free security camera with it as well so don't settle for anything else. Get simplisafe state of the art easy to install and the best of the best when it comes to home security it one scene. That's editor choice for home. 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Do we need to invest though we need to completely dismantle the minneapolis police department. Who house democrats unveiling a bill. It would take away federal resources from police departments across the nation. Greed act is bold. it's meaningful it's transformative. I am so proud to endorse. Senator bernie sunday's president. This is not just about running for president. I am endorsing. i'ma bernie sanders because he's not going to sell us out. Nobody i know who's running for office talks about defunding the police. Well you know. If it was biden. I would accept that because i'd be like he doesn't remember them by bernie. Sanders clearly remembers all of the socialists around him. let me Let me just show you while. We're here on hypocrisy and lies Let me give you biden. On the vaccine blaming trump. listen will you get vaccinated and if you're hesitant. Why should any american have confidence in the vaccine. First of all We'll see if that comes forward and secondly it's important that people who are the greatest need get it. I wouldn't hesitate to get the vaccine. But i also want to set Example so he yet or not. I wouldn't hesitate to get the vaccine. If in fact doctor dr fauci and these organizations whether it's madonna or pfizer. Who have been extremely responsible conclude that it is safe and able to be done. Look the only reason people questioned the vaccine now is because of donald trump. No question maxine because all the things he says unsaved truthfulness not truthful house. I think we're on a clear path now. Okay now that's now. People are questioning the vaccine. I don't know if you notice this Stupid but i think i heard Mull pretty much everybody on the left during the campaign saying they would not take a vaccine donald trump because of donald trump as if donald trump was mixing it himself for household. Ingredients was an injecting into people. That's not how this works. It's always been public. Health officials including by the way like some the leading people in the entire industry who outwardly said in multiple interviews. They had no political pressure. No interference from the from the white house. No interference from the administration and they said if did they would resign immediately. And there's been no here. That's weird if we have one more piece of audio this cove adviser for joe biden Promising all kinds of things That i think science would say yes. That's the way we do things here. They are on the corona virus task force on how they're gonna handle the vaccine as you mentioned i'm very focused on emphasizing the importance of equity in kuala work that we're doing as is the full advisory board board is working very closely with the transition policy teams. We know communities of color especially been very hard hit by the pandemic and so to that point the board thinking about how we optimize equity and efficiency across all of these areas so whether that being testing in contact tracing providing a supports as needed such as food or housing during warranty. Nice elation it access to the to the treatments we see coming on board and of course in vaccine distribution. Okay so i have no problem getting into the people who need it you know. I mean if if african americans are indeed More susceptible to it as our older people and apparently teachers Then they should get it. I in now. The mayor says doctors whoever whoever needs it the problem here is the word equity You know that that makes everybody a little nervous. When you're talking about equity how about the people who need it the most get it first. How about that one know instead of saying well. Now wait a minute. You're great-great-great-great-great-grandfather slaves. 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As a group of people openly without any haifa fit stockers up for john. Just people saying. I like this company. I want this company to be in business. Or i really don't like this company this hedge fund and let's make them pay. Should you be able to do that because you can't anymore. By the way you can buy game. Stop in mexico. Did you know that the mexican stock market friday had game. Stop two thousand percent. Because couldn't do it here in america. Strange that we are limiting people's freedom especially to protect the big guy. But that's what happens when you start moving towards an oligarchy which we are moving towards. And we'll give you all the ins and outs of it beginning at sixty seconds. Julie lives in tennessee. Like a lot of people. She eventually discovered relief factor. She was dealing with pain every day or hands hurt constantly the inflammation in joints was almost more than she could bear. 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Relief factor relief factor dot com eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four relieffactor dot com so with kobe. Did the lockdowns can't do anything can't go anywhere. Can't go see a movie because there are no movies. People have been crushed all over this country because the government has said sorry. Can't go to work for now. Almost a year people have been told. You can't do what you've always done. Go work small. Businesses have been crushed. Individuals have been crushed. Big businesses seem to be doing fine amazon record year. Google facebook high tech giant corporations if they were struggling and all. They got a bailout. Now you got a cute little bird Do if you're a small business you got that first loan if you could get it. How long did that last. Well you can always get unemployment. Oh okay all right okay. That helps i owned a small business. I was doing well and now i could get unemployment. Oh gee that's swell. Big business and the united states government in collusion with each other have been crushing the little guy but remember it's the republicans that are with big business. How is this happening. We used to be a country that used to love the underdog and wasn't it the underdog that had the little rocket ship emojis few weeks ago on read it weren't those the underdogs those were the people that they're now saying. They took their stimulus check. How dare them. They took their stimulus check and they were buying game stop. How dare them do that. You didn't say anything where there were dry by drugs or alcohol with their stimulus check. You don't give a flying crap about that. Here's people that can't they. What are you gonna do. You can't go outside if you're if you're in california you can't go out and play golf with your friends. You can't get together with your friends. You can't go to the movie. Can't go to the bar. What are you gonna do with the money that you used to spend on entertainment. Well some people are spending it now online through robin hood which you don't have to pay for the trade and that's their entertainment some bugler trying to make money. Oh yes. I know but the government needs to step in because they might lose. Oh gee thank you. Yes and they might actually win too. And they were winning and they weren't doing anything illegal. I'm not saying i'm a fan of it. Although i'm not saying i'm a fan of it but it wasn't illegal. There was nothing wrong with it. They were open. They weren't betting on this stock. Because somebody was telling them you're gonna. This is the greatest company in the world. There's nothing but upside here. They all said it's probably about right but let's just save this company because to the people on read it game stop was a. It was a part of their life. You know in the days when malls were around and they would go into game stop and they get their games and now the time has passed but game. Stop is still in there fighting hyphen in a game. Stop in the last two years. I have a nine year old. I'd go ten times a week correct. I mean it's still in the game. But the hedge funds fought it was over and so they bet it against game stop. You could do that. That's fair fine. But once they started following each other there wasn't enough downside to buy so they just kept buying any way they about forty percent more than there was stock. How does that work. You better hope it goes down because if it starts to go up you can never sell a great story in the federalist about this about how this works. It's as if it's as if you say. I'm i'm gonna buy Ten cars and I'm a by ten. Because i just i just know there's gotta be cars around so i won't ever have to do. I won't ever have to do anything about it. Well if only one car is around well you get all the you get all the money in between but if somebody says i want my ten cars and you only have four well you have to then take the person who you just gave the four cars to and by those four back and then give them to him again and you still have to carson. I you have to buy two more cars from the guy is the original four. But i gotta make you whole. I promise ten cars well by him back from me and then give me the cash and then by two more from me and give me the cash and we'll call it ten. That's what happened to all the wall streeters now. All the people in washington are saying. Oh well we were just helping the little guy. 'cause they could. They could lose their shirt. Were you now because they were doing fine. It was the hedge funds. You know the ones that are all really well connected. They were losing their shirt. But in america today i guess as george bush said we have to violate the free market to save the free market. We no longer have a free market when you can buy game. Stop on the mexican stock exchange but not the american stock exchange. That should tell you something how you see this happened. This happened thursday and friday. Do you know why because at the end of the month. Everybody's got a belly up to the bar at the end of the month you you don't you can't ride on the house money anymore. At the end of the month which the last trading day of the month was friday. All these hedge funds had to come up and say okay here. Here's the money they couldn't let it ride out. It was the end of the month. So whatever that stock was at at the clothes they had to pony up and pay all that money. That's why all these hedge funds were loaning money to another and a lot of money. Should the stock market do something about this. You know elizabeth. Warren is calling for an investigation. Now you would think elizabeth warren would be on the side of still. Anybody lives warren. She's on the side of more her. Native american heritage. The little guy. I mean the little guy. She calls the little guy a flash mob with money. A flash mob with money engaged in internet trading schemes market manipulation. I can't believe they don't love this story right like you're taking down very wealthy people. You'd think they'd love it but you know. Look they what they want in the long term is more control so the saying they think this is a great system where people can go do these things even if they're small That doesn't help them. Grab more control allows them to say this market that we shouldn't have a stock market like this. We should not have a stock market like this. This stock market is making people poor. The stock market is and then it gives them full control of the stock market. This is actually playing into their hands and if it was the little guy being raped they would be doing the same thing. At least some of them would be by the way Hollywood is already cashing in on this. They've already opted for a script. How did you write it last week. This is we need to tell the story though in full full detail last week. Ben maverick is like one of my favorite writers mma favors. He did the social network. Most famously bright Which was the facebook story that turned into a movie. Also the movie. Twenty about the mit Guys that figured out a way to be jerry. Blackjack this is his beat man like he he wrote a book called up which was about. How like how a bunch of traitors when over the asian markets and figured out a way like he. He writes this story so well. He's the guy to do this so last week. I tweeted i was like i want to be the first to formally request aben metric book on the game. Stop saga well he. He liked the tweet two days later he is now not. He hasn't even sold the book yet but he's already sold moving from the book that he will be writing and he will write this book better than anybody. He this guy to write this. So will they be the will it be. Will the people be the enemy. I don't think so. I think he's gonna like these guys are great. He's really good at telling the story of of it he did. Another story Call i think it was called straight flush. The book was about these college guys that that built a giant online poker empire during the kind of the poker phenomenon from you know a decade ago or so and you know he covers them in their full new odds they. I mean they you know. Sometimes they're really good characters. Sometimes there's a lot of shady things and he goes through all of that. But i think he'll cover i. I will be surprised if there's anything other than currently fairly. He's not going to be on like. I'm cheering on the hedge funds. I don't think that's going to be his take. So here's the here's the interesting thing. When when hollywood did the movie the big short michael lewis is the other guy who writes that i was. I actually was cheering on the guy who bet against the markets in two thousand eight. There's nothing wrong with betting against something that you go. This is bogus. There's nothing wrong with that but you should take and swallow the bitter pill if you lose yes if you win great but if you lose you shouldn't be able to run to mommy and ceo mummy. They're ganging up on me will. It's just because you're that's why this is wrong when the government interferes and and starts to make rules. Oh what it'd be as wrong as if we all knew how to vote and then in the in the middle of the game. They decided to change all the rules. It's got to stop more on this in just a second. Let me tell you about a wreck. Tech one of the things that gives me great. Great pleasure in life is getting to come here and talk to you about the products that i really believe in And i really believe in wreck right now. It makes me sad. I've covered it but the cover is even covered in sawdust. Everything in my house covered in sawdust and wa- board. Dust tries me out of my mind anyway. One of these days. I'm gonna rush all that sawdust away and find my wreck and then i will be grilling on it again. I want you to. Abc compare the wreck with other premium. Grills out there. The first thing you're going to find is that because wreck sells direct to customer. They cost less than the other girls. That are all at the top of the line. They cost less and you get so much more. You're gonna find it. Sturdy made from real stainless steel. It's heavy. it uses smart grid technology to make sure that whatever you put is cooked precisely the way you want it. Every single time follow wreck on all social media and sign up for their newsletter. It's wreck with q at the end wreck tek r. e. c. t. e. q. Dot com wreck dot com ten seconds station. Id so here's another problem by the way isn't what the reddit users dead in a way very similar to the the people who sign up for blaze tv. Listen the house right here me out. It's not that they're betting against mainstream media. Although they are it's not like they're trying to punish mainstream media many are they believe in something and they don't care what anybody says about it. We had subscribers. When everyone said it's never gonna make it and they just believed in it and they put their money in it and because of that that hurts the mainstream media the bigger we get the weaker they become. So isn't it really kind of the same thing you are just putting your money where you believe it should be. What is the problem with going and buying game stop and saying i believe in this company. I want this company to survive and if it hurts other people that's extra bonus just an extra bonus i well. Yes i think i like the blaze point. I mean it's true you're of is similar thing. You're pushing back against the machine. Which is okay. I think the one separate. Let's look at the big short situation with the housing going down people betting against the housing market. They knew that was gonna hurt a lot of people right. The they also knew is that they were right. There point was was this housing This housing situation is false. It is built on something. That is not real. We've found that out and we are going to push back against it and make lots of money. That was the big short argument. The difference with the game step thing is it's not like it's not like they think game stop should be three hundred dollars a share correct. They just saw something in sort of the trading mechanism that they were to exploit which i totally give them credit for. I think the reason why people look at this as like this is weird is because they're not making the argument game steps actually a great company and should be in the forbes. Five hundred they're just they just found a quirk in the trading. And they're exploiting it totally are like i. I love the story. And i'm gonna love the book and i'm gonna love the movie but like it is They think that's why like there's. There's some some backing behind the argument. This is a problem with the markets. The there wasn't a problem with the markets when people exploited the downside on housing. Because they were right. This is like we don't think necessarily right. We don't know the game stops is the greatest company in the world. But we're going to make a lot of money off of it yesterday and we're gonna totally price this in a ridiculous way based on the fact that we found some work which again i love the work i love it would be different. I mean it was still not be illegal but it would be different if there wasn't a an emotional attachment to that company. Yeah i have is part of. That is a big part of this. That's a big part of this is loved one more thing. If you don't think there's collusion Robin hood had real negative reviews. As of friday as you can imagine everybody you know they were for the little guy and the you know they were free you could just you could use them and you would be free and so you. The little guy could invest well once they pulled back and said all you can only sell this stock. Obviously everybody went and said robin hood sucks and gave it. One star will change their review. Guess what google did well. Google told the verge we combine human intelligence with machine learning to detect and enforce policy violations in ratings and reviews. I mean. we don't want to have any reviews that were written with the attempt to manipulate an apps rating. Really you should check out the blaze you. Should you know what you should do. You should check out every book i've ever written. It's either five stars or one-star Why is google doing this. Look at the power that is coming together to protect these hedge funds. 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I mean with what happened in the nineteen eighties. America found out. The american politicians found out that if the dollar falls gold goes up and everyone knows what that means. So as our dollar was falling back in the late seventies and early eighties goldwyn up and it went up to about where it is now which was a very high number back then and everybody knew all the the treasury's in trouble the dollar is falling and so the People in washington decided to change the calculations and what they did is instead of just being able to buy treasuries. Which is you know you believe in the dollar is going to be able to survive and you are going to invest in the united states government. Dead they did. I think it's tips Which is the inflation protected treasury bills and that means if the dollar starts to fall you actually make money instead of a regular treasury where the dollar falls you lose money. So people started putting these big institutions started putting their money instead of gold into the treasury. inflation protected bonds. So that kept all the money in the treasury and it it stifles the price of gold that way the average person looks at golden says. How well it's not really that great of it investment all. Its but at some point if the dollar tubes go ahead. You can get all your money from tips. Congratulations it pays out in. Us dollars so they've suppressed the price. I mean for instance last week or two weeks ago. When bitcoin was really going through the roof it coincided with the government realizing everybody realizing the government was now just going to spend money like water and all of a sudden bitcoin went up will. Why didn't everything else. Go down and everything else go up. That would lead to the same signal. For instance gold silver white in that go up and why did the stock market not go down. Because it's a game that's why it's no longer real. This is all bogus. I personally think this is the best thing that the read it people are doing is exposing and letting people know this is this. Is you know Heads wall street. Winds tales bulos. That's all this is right now. Welcome to pat gray from pat. Gray unleashed hello pat. Hello glen. how're you know great perfect. Yeah yeah so. What was it that What was it that caught your eye this weekend that you feel you. If we had one thing people need to understand if feel one thing nafta understand yeah It's the repentiti with which the democrats are destroying the nation is one thing really yes. Forty two executive orders and a resolution to eliminate the electoral college That's kind of a problem. Kind of abruzzo. They've actually submitted that a jar. Fourteen is a resolution to seek a constitutional amendment to eliminate the electoral college Wow yeah reading. They said it all of the as they're not gonna do that by the way they're also in the house. There are also in the house debating whether or not adding dc as a state requires the constitution. Can't we just vote this through. Yes and if that's not enough. They're also talking about installing seats on the lower courts as well as the supreme court. So they're going to pack those do that. Of course what i'm hearing here is the for unity. That's what i'm hearing. Is that what you're hearing right. Yeah you behind their ideas. Unifi through marxism. Yeah that's great by the way the the white house is now saying that yes. The language is intentional In all these executive orders You know they're setting up. A whole government of initiatives to address racial equity and support underserved communities and redecked re redress Systematic racism in federal policy. Laws and programs So the the president is now going to require all agencies to take affirmative steps to promote diversity equity and inclusion. Now it sounds a lot like equality but it's not equity means a guaranteed same outcome equality means same opportunities. No guaranteed outcome. That's america equity. I'm not really sure what that is. Accept an authoritarian state. It's just two letters. What what could it possibly do wrong. I mean right. No big deal and rye difference and they're taking the l. out which i thought was for lesbian man. No you just. Don't take us amazing. That's that's one that they've been trying to push through through this. Anti-racist movement the white fragility movement where equity replaces equality. Because then you can say well that justifies all of our targeting of resources toward the groups. That were trying to buy off. We can say it's like affirmative action times a thousand right you know. There's a famous picture of looking over the fence at a baseball game. Guessing this like a cartoon in which you have like a kid like three different sizes of full-size adult You know a teenager and a little kid and the to near the adult and the Teenager can see over the fence And they have They can see the game where the little kid can't because the kids short now now they all started out on the level of of ground so that's equality but the little kid can't see over the fence that's not fair so equity. Is you stagger. The hiring of the boxes. They're standing on so the little kid can see over. The teenager can see over and over. We are all. Everything's totally fine at the end and that we ever were actually talking about seeing over offensive or baseball game we would all say the maybe the the team has a right to build a higher fence. They're charging for ted bio them shouldn't see it but you could also say maybe the adult could put the kid on the shoulders. Because that's what he wants to do or you could also point out that Well that adult at one point stood where that kids stood and he couldn't see over the fence either so archie kind of shafting the adult because he had to go through that. And aren't you taking away some experiences of that kid. That might shape him as an adult. You could talk about that. But i think it's much better just to say that whole scenario is bullcrap because we're talking about money. We're talking about jobs. were talking about. Should everybody be equal. When it comes to surgery you want the surgeon. That was like yet. Well my test. Scores were changed for equity purposes. I don't want that one. You want the pilot that's like year. Everybody was voting me out to everybody was against me. You know yes yes. I had a sixty three on my final test. But i talked to the I talked to the school. And i told him equity and they said okay. Here's your license. I don't want pilot now. They don't want that pilot. This sounds though just like Someone who would be against the new ben and jerry's initiative or what's the new ben and jerry's initiative. I have to tell you there is nothing that hurts me more than really good ice cream going to waste and now i just cannot by ben and jerry's ever ever. They're seven knowing their saw. This new one is particularly crazy though. They are calling for an end to unequal racist enforcement of social distancing policies and they have a cartoon that they've made it as well really which involve a kid with no. It's a little different the kid in the fence one. Okay okay where. Apparently police officers are a if you believe. The cartoon very frequently throwing black people in prison for not social distancing but just congratulating white people for not social distancing. There's this idea that when white people gather it's totally fine. They won't do anything to them when black people gather they are punishing them. Now that there's all that much evidence of this frankly. I didn't know it was a thing until ben and jerry's started talking about it on the other hand if it is a thing. Isn't this an anti white policy. You've told us the social distancing thing keeps us alive right. You've told us wearing masks. And social distancing is the thing that will keep us alive. So you'd want to enforce those population you cared about and not enforce it out of actually. Didn't care about exactly right. So why people to die this an anti white thing if these policies are actually protecting their ice cream is called def- to vanilla but the way back to the equity thing. The equity orders are set up so they can re address racial equity and support underserved communities. This is why this is. Why biden announced his orders on cova d- And said i believe this nation and this government need to change their whole approach to the issue of racial equality equity. I'm embedding racial equity across the administration's response to covid nineteen and the economic crisis. That's remember when he said. I'm only if you're a woman if you're a minority disadvantaged you're gonna get the bailouts and he didn't you mentioned white people This is equity. This is equity white people. You've had enough 'cause we all in this together. There's no real way constitutionally to give reparations for slavery right so like they that was always an excuse right. It's just a justification. These policies are just trying to do it without doing it right like you're just picking groups you believe are underprivileged and you're throwing the resources at them with justification of the pandemic so hold on just a second because i thought something this weekend and i'd like your help on putting this list because i i there. There's there's something to just let's take a moment and just list these things out. We'll do that in just a second. 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And if they're not the they'll be protected they'll be fine getting fifteen dollars. Wade they can afford it. Who can't afford it. The small businessmen the small businessmen cannot afford a fifteen dollar an hour wage. If you have somebody who has really very low skills and i'm just thinking my father's bakery and they're scraping the floor cleaning things washing pots and pans. Like i did when i was a kid. I got minimum wage. If minimum wage was fifteen bucks a my dad couldn't have afforded it. But if he did he would've hired probably another baker to help him. That also did those things so or it would go on the back of somebody else or him. So the big companies are doing what they did during the great depression. I am because of jay leno. i am becoming this massive car fan. Old cars are just like i just love them and is because i watch jay leno and i just think they tell amazing stories. I've always wanted an An auburn Or a Duisenberg but the duisenberg's are. I don't even know what they're worth. Like a million and a half dollars for duisenberg And they're crazy. They're great cars. They were th. If you've ever heard the phrase watsa doozy that comes from duisenberg meaning. That's outrageous. that's crazy. 'cause it's so great. Why don't we have duisenberg's in auburn's anymore because of the great depression. And it wasn't just because their price was so high because rolls royce succeeded. Cadillac succeeded cadillac exceeded because it was with gm and gm was the one and so was ford. And so as chrysler that got together and made all of the rules with the government so they put people like auburn and duisenberg out of business. They were the small guys. Small guys couldn't compete anymore because the the government made it impossible. That's what's happening. And we are developing an oligarchy. Now big businesses. Don't mind this. It's the small businesses and it's the little guy getting hurt. But they love that to buy because then they can push for basic minimum wage. That everybody gets you know x number of dollars every month whether you do something or not. The big guys keep making money. You have a hard time making money. But they'll give you a little dole. It crushes the american spirit. Crushes what we are. Why is the keystone pipeline hawaii that being canceled for the environment. You know that oil is coming from canada right so that that oil is coming across our border anyway but you you put it on a train. Instead of a pipeline. Do the do the train companies have are they in with democrats. I'm not really sure if because it doesn't make sense if you care about the environment because trains are much more likely to have an accident and a giant spill if there is an accident in the pipeline and eleven thousand jobs were lost. Eleven thousand jobs. Same with the border construction. I don't know if you saw the quote from one a little guys. The construction workers. I'm not going to get in trouble. Am i await. it's my last day. So what are they gonna do. Fire me at a quote from one of the construction guys before he really opened up. He said my plan. What am i going to do my plan. Go find something up north by the union or something. I'm f- to be honest with you. A lot of these guys were the same. We don't have anything a lot of people here. Just don't know what they're going to do. If you want my personal opinion the wall was actually a good thing. You talked to a lot of locals in town and everything and they were appreciative of what we were doing. They said we feel our country. Really doesn't give a crap about us end quote so the little guy versus the machine. Now what about the guys. What about the guys who should have justice. Come down on them. For instance the fbi lawyer the one that altered the Email on carter page for the fis courts that legally gave the courts the impression that he should be monitored with the pfizer rules. That's the biggest invasion of privacy. We can have. It is such an abuse of power and he knew exactly what he was doing. Well he just went through court. We could've had years in prison for this but he got something worse. Twelve months of probation twelve months of probation. He's not going to prison ninety going to prison even for a month. Four hundred hours of community service. Oh boy will. He learned his lesson and boy. Nobody's gonna do that. Nobody is going to violate your privacy in a fis a court. 'cause you know why no one will ever know about it if they do it to you. No one will ever. This was being done to the president's campaign. That's the only reason why we know this. And if they get away with it at that level chance to you have i know. I've fought against the federal government when the federal government decides to defy the court. There doesn't seem to be any repercussions when i was in court with the federal government. They demanded documents. And i said well the federal government has them. The court demanded the documents be released was four or five attorneys showed up from the obama white house. Nope we're not gonna do it. Nope you can order a cell. You want we're not going to release them. Will you can redact all of the all of the information and we don't need any other page then this one. Nope finally the judge. Because mike people say what. What are we supposed to do. Then here we have a government employee leaking something to the press. If they won't verify that we got nothing. If you can't make them verify we got nothing. How can we possibly defend ourselves. Finally she went back and said you've got to release the so. They did three hundred pages. All of them redacted every word redacted but we found the page where the reactions were the exact same pattern as our page. Nope not good enough. If the federal government decides to not play by the rules you have no recourse. This is why you don't want an all powerful government because they can do anything and there's no police to run to when the police are bad. Ask african americans ask anybody who lived in the south in the fifties and the sixties what it was really like before the feds got involved still bad after that but when the cops could do anything. You're not going to the cops. somebody robs you. Oh yeah probably. Somebody would power in town. That knows the sheriff and they're not gonna do anything because the sheriff might be getting cut. What are you going to do. What are you gonna do. Like for instance. The lincoln project john weaver longtime gop operative who helped advise john mccain. John casick he was the guy. He was the co founder of the lincoln project. Now the lincoln project was really really helpful. Apparently to the democrats week. Warned you about the lincoln project. Well now now. The new york times has done a story about how how he had made. Sexual overtures to young men offering help to get into. This guy is the is the Weinstein of politics now. The new york times is just coming out of this however they've known since two thousand four give you this from the atlantic. The details vary slightly according to which insider tells the story but the main point is always the same after weaver went into business for himself. Lured away one of rove's top employees rove spread a rumor that weaver had made a pass at a young man at a state republican function. Weaver won't reply to the smear but those close to him said spoke of their outrage. At the nearly two decades old lie so two decades people had been saying this about him. Finally karl rove said this guy's a danger they've known about this forever but they kept it quiet which only helps fuel the fires of things like q. If you don't if you if you stop with a stop being a country of laws and become a country of men we have nothing. Left and of course conspiracies will grow by the way almost everybody that was on that list when we did our you know What was it called that hydra episode where we showed you the octopus of all the people in the obama administration. Almost all of those people. Now have nice inside of the biden administration. Nobody's going to jail. Nobody's doing anything. They're all being put into positions where they can stop any kind of investigation anything. That was anything that they did wrong. All forgiven don't worry about it all of that. We'll go but wait. There's more on the marquis that we are building sixty seconds. Linda lives in vermont. She suffered from pain day and night her legs they were inflamed. They'd swell up to the point that her doctor would scare with talk about needing to drain fluid out of them at night or legs would hurt so bad that they would keep from being able to sleep. Boy there's nothing worse. She was miserable until the day she heard. About relief. factor. 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She is the reporter that has really gone after on andrew cuomo About what happened in nursing homes we have an update on that is hit is a ugly. It is a multiple fronts on this one. Yeah we'll get into that crews and holly are now going into the ethics committee. They've been called into the. It's probably the most secretive committee In all of washington may even be more secretive than the intel committee but They're being called in because well they've been charged with inciting riots. Now wait a minute. Hang on just as weird they inside the capitol area against themselves right. Yeah i mean if they were both gone that day mysteriously maybe and we had pictures of them in masks right. There were no. The crowd was chanting hang. Mike pence wasn't exactly a Democrat only focused issue here. Yeah so they're going in you know. Are you now. Or have you ever been trump supporter. That's what we're headed towards now. By the way someone edited a maxine. Waters quote trump. Staffers so good and it applied to cuomo's staffers. And and do you remember what she said. They just changed from trump to cuomo. If you see anybody from the cuomo administration in a restaurant department store at a gas station you get out there and you create a crowd and you push back on them you tell them you're not welcome anymore anywhere Well that's everything. Exact quote from maxine waters except she said trump administration. This was cuomo administration different reaction. Yeah everyone justified. Maxine waters when she said that nordic completely very pissed off that we have to condemn violence and harassment in any form. It's onyx it's unacceptable and ridiculous. Yes they're they're very upset about. This is dangerous. the republicans have to denounce this threat of violence after the capital riots. I i call on twitter to ban this account immediately. I mean it just goes i. You said you've made this point before with some of the people you've brought on from the left people that are like react patel guy. Who's like a good guy who is trying to you. Know he's left left guy. But i was trying to understand the right a little bit and you talked to him and you bring up these stories and like that never even crossed over into my ecosphere. Never even heard that quote and this is the same maxine waters. I mean these are congress people that had obviously they were so sucked in by this and so embarrassed by the obviously had never heard the quilt before they had no idea that maxine waters was saying these things because they certainly wouldn't have come out this way. We have to listen to mainstream news because the news comes from these organizations. So we're just reacting to it and then we have commentary on our side and what it all means and we highlight different things. they don't they. Don't the glenn beck program. 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Americans wasn't because of a protest or is it because of guys out for a walk one night decided they'd go kill some americans. What difference at this point does it make. It is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again. Wow the same tactic being used by andrew. Cuomo we want to bring in janice dean She's from fox. She's the fox news senior meteorologist. The reason why is she is Talking about this is because her husband lost both of his parents in a nursing home in new york and we welcome janice back to the program. Hi janice tie glenn nice to see him my friend good to see you so tell me. Tell me what your reaction is to governor cuomo. Where do i start. It's been ten months that i've been covering this governor and he continues to really surprise me with his arrogance his narcissism his stupidity. He continues to go on national television on friday. And you know says things like you just aired. Who cares so so. Tell me the twenty-eight percent the rest of the country has thirty three percent. is that true. Well i have to. I began by saying i was surprised that the attorney general here in new york was a democrat endorsed by governor. Cuomo did her own investigation. Seventy six pages of a report into the nursing home issue the something that i have been shouting from the mountain tops for ten months. You know i've been on your program. Talking about cuomo and the mandate kobe positive patients in a nursing homes and the fact that this governor continues to hide the numbers. The justice department had an investigation into him. He didn't give them any information. Glenn i got it from a top source with the justice department. The top investigatory unit in the nation. And he wasn't giving them information so she took it upon herself to investigate him and came up with the fact that the numbers have been skewed. He's been basically covering them up for many months now and they're at least fifty percent higher than they've officially been reporting. The official number was fifty six percent off of this report which was incredible and fifty six percent hirees higher than they really said it. Which brings that number to twenty eight or does it bring that number higher than twenty eight. I don't know the answer to that. I do know that that the figure they've released already though is still too low. I mean like listen to this. The figures could be even higher but the health department said it's out it was ongoing. Didn't break out deaths for presumed but not confirmed to be caused by the virus and omitted those in assisted living or other types of long term care facilities. There's still much much more to unravel janice. yes absolutely. And that's why. I am pressing everyone to in government in in local government as well as state government and even federal government. We need independent. Bipartisan investigation into the governor. And the whole debacle the whole nursing home massacre but i will tell you there is light. There is a door opening because of this. Ag report and now the new york times is starting to dig in on this governor and this ag report as well as the vaccine rollout. There is an article a- damning article in new york times today talking about how nine of his higher ups in the health department are leaving are leaving and they had an interview with cuomo. And would you believe this was his quote. Glennon stu everybody has a plan until i punch them in the face. Basically saying i don't need anybody. I know who i rely on. And the article lays out hospital. Lobbyists top donors not scientists. Not people who should be telling you not to put kobe positive patients in homes hospital lobbyists they give him. Millions of dollars are whispering in his ear about the nursing home issue and the vaccine rollout. This is criminal glenn and it's criminal so genesis we you know it looks as though gavin newsom the to wonder boys were newsom and cuomo and some looks like there's a real chance of him being removed by the people. Do you see that kind of a recall. Andrew cuomo thing taking root in new york still. I think we need a new mug. Ask komo's awful mugs and we need now. Recall andrew cuomo for this. But here's the thing. I've done research. We can't do that in new york. It's it's it's a special kind of thing of beauty that they have in california. We can't do that here in new york but we need to take powers away. He has control over everything they gave him superpowers so no one can challenge him. And i've been saying to lawmakers grow a spine. You have a lot of ammunition now against the governor. Go in and take his powers away. We are a democracy not a monarchy. Well usually. they don't do anything until they think the king will be dead. Nobody wants to put a knife in the back of the king. If the king can live through it and i think that's probably what's going on. Everybody is shy until it looks like he's weakened off to Take out which is it's it's sick but that's what happens. Imagine if donald trump had not. Well we we'd saw after what happened. At the capitol people started exiting the white house. And the press just dog piled and said this is a administration out of control. Everybody is leaving. You have nine of the top health officials of new york leaving because of andrew cuomo. Is that worth more than just one story. Because the mainstream media the new york times is but you're not seeing very much time spent on abc nbc cbs. He's not getting the pushback that that quite honestly is warranted with nine. Top health advisors walking out and not listening to the science not listening to the scientists listening to his top hospital lobbyists who have been basically whispering in his ear since the very beginning of the pandemic. This is the reason why meteorologist on fox news channel is getting political because i saw none of the coverage i was seeing these little bits and reports about you know the kobe positive patients going to nursing homes his executive order that was scrubbed off of his website and the fact that he was hiding the numbers and because i was not seeing the coverage on all of the mainstream as you mentioned the. Abc's the cbs's the nbc's who were instead anointing this man as like a hero love life. Tell us about your family. You could be the next president. I mean that's why i'm here. That's why i'm sounding the alarm and it still to this day. They continue to cover up for him. It's incredible and those those interviews. He did with chris cuomo from this period. I mean are going to be legendary. I think in the end of this. You know it's we you know what's weird is a you know this do if i am friends with somebody or i like somebody or there's somebody in my own religion. I usually am harder on them right. Because i don't ever want people to say. Oh well he's just cutting them slack and it's unfair sometimes how hard i am on them. This is the exact opposite this is. I mean it's cnn. Colluding with the government of new york there really is. I want to get your perspective on on this. Because i had this feeling in a big way. Nobody's done more to keep andrew cuomo accountable. The janice dean is should be present. Clear i've rented about a lot as well and to the point. Where if you had looked at this story at all you knew this eventually was coming. This is not a surprise. We all new new york was the only state doing this counting the deaths. This way we all knew eventually there's going to be released. There was multiple lawsuits on this front. The fine people at the empire center and others who are trying to get this information everyone who had looked at his performance at all new. Eventually this number was gonna come out. I was stunned to see how shocked everyone was by it. Partially i'm i'm happy that people are finally coming to this and seeing this but like the cnn headline andrew cuomo covid nineteen performance may have been less stellar than it seemed like not bad less less. They were shocked by us information. I don't know whether it'd be encouraged or discouraged by all this. Well you story of what happened over the weekend I've met a lot of families who have been grieving. Same same story as my family They lost a loved one in a nursing home and my friend. Dawn did an interview. With lester holt on nbc. On thursday when the g. report was released they got in touch with her and they sent a reporter or they did a zoom session with a reporter. And she's very vocal about cuomo every rally that i've ever been to. She has a sign. That says killer cuomo. I mean she really really believes that this man killed her mom and so they started the interview and she's done a few of these enough times that she knows they only take little sound bites of her. They never start with the andrew. Cuomo did i hold him accountable so now when she does these interview she always starts with. And i blame andrew. cuomo andrew. Cuomo was the one that put kobe positive. Patients in an interesting homes. Andrew cuomo killed my mom. Well she did that. And what did the reporter do the producer clip on clip. No no she told her. Do not say andrew cuomo. Please stay the Say the state of new york State of new york. Yes yes she. That's that's on their minute. Fifteen clip that they used for the big. Ag seventy six page report is my friend dawn. Basically being coached on what to say instead of what she wanted to say so she wrote on facebook this weekend. I did this interview with lester. Holt and this is the reason why a lot of us we want to get on the mainstream media right. We want to tell people what's going on. But they're but they're trying to tell us what we should say. And so she on facebook and said i did this interview they only use like ten seconds of it and they coached me instead of saying what i feel is andrew. Cuomo was the reason why my mom died. They said new york state failed. And that's what they used and she was angry. And yup yup posted it on twitter. It went viral and i called them out. Nbc today show. Lester holt shame on you for covering up this governor and we had her on fox and friends this morning we gave her six and a half minutes told her story and she said governor cuomo. You're the reason why my mom is dead. Do me a favor call her for me. Tell her that our producers wanna call off sara reach out to you. We'll put her on in in the next hour at the bottom of the hour. Thank you plant. You guys are you are. You are doing. God's work on this. 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There is a class of all powerful elites in government in high tech and big business in media and they have an unknowable amount of a control over each of our lives right now they have more power influence and control than even we understand this point. They're talking about algorithms. That will help change your mind. You're on one side of the aisle. They're now talking about algorithms. That will get you away from trump. i don't know that's kind of spooky isn't it. i mean. I don't mind if you make an argument but if you're manipulating what i see now. I only believe in this because it's provable easily. It's happening right in front of us. It's happening to us. We see it. Play out in the form of the number of masks. We now have to wear or where we eat. Can we eat inside. Or outside where we congregate whether or not our teachers teach. Even though it's a safe school environment that we paid billions of dollars to enhance to make sure everything was safe. The proof is in the executive orders and the the media and their idols and the oligarchy most recently seem getting help from their partners in the government to stop the forgotten man from winning on wall street by investing freely and playing by the rules. This time it was game. Stop what will be next. We haven't even arrived at the great reset yet and that changes capitalism itself to the core. The oligarchy is a snake's nest. If you don't know what an oligarchy is. it's basically a country run by corporations and dirty corrupt politicians. It's russia global corporations bonded to the government in a twisted new religion. I know it's also china. Why would i say religion because it's a religion that is ironically anti religion because the oligarchy can only exist exist if the masses disowned. God if you take away a man's god he will replace it with something. That is not god. We know that to be true. That's why they work so hard to destroy religion in place of god you're given terror burrowed inside of convenience are unconsented subordination to the oligarchy is a form of worship. They tell us we enjoy subservience. They haven't convinced while. I can't live without it. I mean i can't communicate and we did find before we have become a function of the oligarchy. We depend on it now for everything and by disowning god in favor of the oligarchy. The individual is disowning himself. Because we're foregoing the chance of meaningful survival as one psychologist put it. Society is the sum total of the individuals in need of redemption but there are no individuals in the oligarchy is just a shinier version of the marxist idea of the state except it's not about the people it's about your convenience but it's still about the same thing power and money. The state is just a high minded attempt to hide corruption and make evil. Men fell less bound for hell. But it's the same lineage. It's the same story. But perhaps the oligarchy is the worst adoration yet because this one knows everything about you the stasi was nothing. Compared to what high tech has on you think about this. The oligarchy is fueling itself on the death of your individuality. it wants you to consume endlessly. But it's a self consumption. You're being asked to sacrifice yourself. And i think secretly. We all know this is happening. Sales for nineteen eighty-four have skyrocketed skyrocketed. We're talking a lot about orwell in nineteen eighty-four and for good reason or well predicted what's happening all around us. If you read. Nineteen eighty-four about couple. Three months ago. I reread it. I read it. And since i was in high school. My gosh it is reading a newspaper and that's only half of it. The other half is huxley's brave new world. Which should be a required companion piece to nineteen eighty-four today in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty-four four society is forced to hold opposing and contradictory views in their heads. At all times. Man is a man but a man can have a baby. A man can be a woman. You can't deny that and man can become a woman and then that woman is just the same as any man and men and women are equal but it would be better if we had more women on the board of directors because well they're more than equal they're different somehow but they're the same in a brave new world. The hapless citizens of the state are full of blissful self cannibalism obedience. Obedience is the result of a parasitic propaganda campaign that began before the citizens were even born. There is plenty of censorship. lots of forbidden literature. But unlike fahrenheit four fifty one and nineteen eighty-four the people in the brave new world are excited to welcome the censorship. Isn't that us now. How many people do you hear that. Well there's freedom of speech but not really freedom of speech. They were so inundated in brave new world with useless and distracting information. They just stop processing any of it. Do you know anybody that has said. I just can't watch it anymore. The book is just as full of slogans as nineteen eighty-four but the slogans or catchier like ad copy history is bunk. Have you heard anything like that. Everyone works for everyone else. We can't do it without anyone and you didn't this. Their motto is community identity stability the same exact creepy vagueness and manufactured warmth that you see play out over and over again in the last year. Hypocrisy is so constant and obvious that it makes you question your reality community identity stability. It's a misnomer the same way. That antifa is an inaccurate representative of antifascist. And it's not by mistake in brave new world. people live under the model. Everyone belongs to everyone else. Individual individuality does not exist. everything is shared. did you here the great reset. by twenty thirty. You will own no private property. There will be no private property and you will like it. That's a quote from the world economic forum brave new world everybody shares. There is no private property and everyone loves it. Monogamy is taboo. Even solitude is framed as psychotic nothing can be intense or long long drawn. Citizens are trained to avoid having to live through time interval between the consciousness of desire and its fulfilment in other words right now and then forget it. They're told take a holiday from reality whenever you like and come back without so much as a headache or mythology which is code for take away the collective history the state the oligarchy. They hold all control and the workers serve as their unwitting slaves. Unwitting is the key. Citizens can't realize that they're being used. It's a complicated caste system that hides the real social ranking a param. Id scheme that. The elite or packaging as community identity stability. They can be that. The people can never figure out that they're being used as anybody noticed that everything. The democrats say they're against fascism corporatism. They're now pushing. All of these things are being pushed and yet the people involved in the democratic party that are that are that are just the voters. They still don't know that why because none of their media is covering it. I actually feel sorry for most of them. The state in a brave new world is the precursor to the oligarchy of now an earlier version. You can probably trace back to the separation of light from dark. During the creation of the universe from that moment life had predators and prey and humans took this dynamic and turned it into entertainment. and now there's a class of all powerful elites with unknowable measures of control over each of our lives more power and influence and control than we could ever know the understand the oligarchy. We have to understand ourselves. We have to escape the pointless circling chaos of an oligarch class that resets our history and shames the act of remembering otherwise. We're we're all going to drown in ceaseless flood of information propaganda and maybe never any truth and without a sense of what is true without the belief that life holds the potential for meaning. We're just toothpicks in somebody social experience. Some private game for the oligarchy. That's the existence they demand of you your existence your individuality because individuality is an obstacle to them. You belong to everyone else. You belong to the oligarchy. 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I don't know how they're going to get to one point five million signatures unless people really start talking about the website recall gavin twenty twenty dot com. If really people don't mention that frequently recall gavin twenty twenty dot com. There's no way people are going to be able to get the appropriate number of signatures. What is the website. Because i didn't i don't even recall gavin tweet. Twenty seven twenty twenty twenty twenty dot com dot com. And this is the thing. People need to go there to see what the petition is whether they would like to sign it if they happen to be allah -fornia and they would need to go to recap and twenty twenty dot com to go through the process to get their name on that list. Okay thank you very much for that information at brought to you by a recall gavin. Twenty twenty dot com. Thank you there's a new colorado website now is a recall gavin. Twenty twenty dollars now. It's different two different neesa. There is a county now that wants to split from colorado because colorado is is like. It's it's gone crazy. That used to be a western state. Where western states are just different. I mean my wife. When she first went out to the west and i grew up in the west. I unfortunately grew up in the seattle area. The mountain region always still has some cowboy left in it where a man's word is a man's word where you know a shake. A handshake is a contract and people just live differently and in some ways in some way it is why i like The new kevin costner series yellowstone. Just love that because there is a different lifestyle at a different mentality. Well they are now. It's weld county and they are exploring the annexation of their county with wyoming and And it might. It might if the residents approved the ballot question colorado the legislature has to approve it the wyoming legislature has to approve it And possible voters in both states have to do it. But i mean why not. Why not let people out. I mean. I just don't understand why everything has to be the same. That's not what america was. I mean do you remember. And maybe it's my age speaking. I bet you don't even remember this when you could cross the country and not every town had an ann taylor and gap. They were all different. They had their own local versions of those things and and each town. Each state had its own personality. It was great to travel. Now you travel and you know you're like oh well. The scenery is nice. But it's like going to epcot where once you go into in. You're like oh look it's china and they have the same gifts that they had in the germany pavilion is the same store. And you're like okay. There's nothing really to see in here. That's that's what america has become. It might look differently but it's the same. I don't want the same. I'm not anti chain store anti chain. Yeah absolutely the best places. Have both karagwe right like where you can go to those places. You could depend on that you kind of know. But then in addition you find those holes in the wall that are like doing things. Correct much much better and you can investigators when you're traveling. That's what you want right. You want to be able to pop into the local place. Get that that. Why like traveling the country. But i don't like traveling on the interstate because generally the interstate is all the same. Yeah you know you go you go the local routes the business routes and all of a sudden you see something different unfortunately with covid now you're mainly seeing decay. I prefer to do most of my traveling on the information. Superhighway raquel gavin twenty twenty dot com. That's almost sounds like it should be paid for. It's not paid for. But you should still go to recall heaven twenty twenty-nine fine they're recall gavin twenty two and all the information you need to recall gavin twenty twenty donna one point three million signatures up to the wow. They're almost there almost there and they have a month or two months left a month and a half a belief. I think it's mid march. Is there i mean. Let me just say you might not have made the best decisions in your life. Like maybe you voted for gavin newsom. But you can change that if you made another bad decision like let's say a timeshare property they tell you you can't change that but there are ways out and timeshare termination team has a one hundred percent success rate in getting you legally out of your timeshare. Don't put it off. Don't get stuck with another year of timeshare that you're not gonna use or then maintenance fees that you have to pay you'll get twenty percent off when you terminate your timeshare twenty percent. Make sure you tell him. I sent you to get the twenty percent call. Eight eight eight get you out. That's eight eight eight four. Three eight eighty six eighty eight or visit them online and find out all about them at timeshare. Termination team dot com. 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Well here hearty on cool math plus another there are many people who feel you know if you really wanna have an extra little bit protection. Maybe i should put to masks on. There's nothing wrong with that. But there's no data that indicates that is going to make a difference. And that's the reason. Why the cdc has not changed the recommendation off. I want nafta this plenty of date on twenty four. I don't think there is a lot of data under mike. Lost her home was another big Ater killer epidemiologists that advises by the way biden. He's he says shoe mass. Probably a bad idea because it's going to prevent the air from coming in more which means you're going to suck in more you're gonna suck harder air through get to actually breathe. You're gonna have to suck through to masks as you just found out. And then you're going to be drawing in more problematic elements so i don't think this is like the school thing. The schooling was the same way like bostrom was one of them. Who's saying no you got to keep the schools open from the beginning and there was never really a big movement wrong scientists to say that we should close the schools. Now just kept happening. No because of labor unions which of course no more media more than scientists The following attributes of mass needed to fulfil the requirements of biden's executive order. As of tonight a properly warned mass completely covering the nose and mouth on their. I'm wearing one now. You can't see it. But i got it. Cloth masks should be made with two or more layers a breathable fabric so that it is tightly woven So if we wanna check if you're in compliance fabrics that do not let light pass through when held up to a light source are okay. Mash should be concer- Secured with the to the head with ties ear loops or lasting bands that go behind the head if gators are warn they should have two layers of fabric or be folded to make two layers. I thought caters were completely useless. Mash should fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face. Mash should be a solid piece of material without slits explanation of valves or punctures. Okay so we have that today. Now saturday there was language in the new. Cdc order on the website that read the cdc reserves the right to enforce the order through criminal penalties but anticipates voluntary compliance As of this morning that language has mysteriously gone from the cdc. But don't worry don't worry the minnie mouse. That thought this is a good idea. Is is going to continue. But i just want to show. I want to bring the highest authority. No not as if he exists. Let me bring the highest authority on masks and show you. This has been in the planning for a very long time. Let me take you back to nineteen fifty six. Stu watch your monitor riding to the rescue when we need him. Im ranger thank the innocent. Hello practically good job. Don't miss past mad never thought to our ranger. We're mad scientist do saturday. September twelve cozi. Tv wanna make an issue. I know who did you notice that it is not the i ask you. We think of the lone ranger wearing the black eye mask he was. Can we bring this up. He's wearing the same mask. That joe biden is wearing and in nineteen fifty-six joe biden had black hair just like that he's the lone ranger. He's just wearing the same mask but he talks like macuser. He's just taught like that telling you. That's amazing i think you've uncovered a gr- yet an is this going into the mercury museum. I mean 'cause right away this show. I love by the way how this this nonsense from biden. Well we need to. We're gonna wreck. We're gonna require masks on federal property and Interstate travel i. Is this an effective policy for anyone other than people who have not travelled or been to a federal building. No because every single. There's no plane you're getting on unless as maybe a private plane in which you don't have to wear a mask they all make you wear masks anyway. Same thing with federal building if you go to a federal building. They're going to make you wear a mask before you walk into it. That's how this has been going for months. It's like it's it's honestly it's like It's like if biden came out today and said unless you give me a retinal scan. You're gonna have to take your shoes off it. Do dude i already. I already do that right. We all do that. Unless you've gone through some special government line or you've given them the retina scans amazing. It's all marketing. The only difference between what he was doing what he's doing now. What trump was doing then is that trump was indicating he was giving a skeptical vibe to corona virus and biden saying giving a serious five to cameron of and everything is the same as you know when he came out and said one hundred million vaccinations in the next one hundred days. It sounded great. Didn't it sounds impressive. But trump had already said a million vaccinations every day. Now he just didn't say in the next hundred days one hundred million which sounds bigger. Yeah he didn't really like say it made a big deal about it. They were doing it right. Act when biden took over the week biden took over. They did one point three million per day. Bright which is over one hundred million. Now he's up to one hundred and fifty million first one hundred days isn't that completely unimpressive. If you're already doing one point three million one hundred and thirty million yeah like and you go back and you look at right now. Normal flu season is from limestone economists. Normal flu season we dose a pace of two three million a day like it's nothing and then in the middle of a massive pandemic. We pat ourselves on the back so that we can because we're vaccinating at one third that pace. Why are we impressed by this like again. This should be something where we're doing two three four five million a day if people want them. I'm not saying mandy. But if people want them we should be doing as many as we can possibly do all these new variants coming in. All these potential danger in the future people are going to start gathering even more when it comes to the warmer weather like do this now when people are miserable and don't want to go anywhere but they they'd be happy to get vaccine right now. So when i was a kid. I grew up in the bakery and we all had to work and i worked in a bakery since i was eight years old and all of us had to work. 'cause i mean. We were struggling so many only. I didn't get a cook anything. I didn't get a bake anything with my dad. My one job at the bench because everything else was you know. I was washing the pots and pans and scraping the floor. And you know cleaning up the mess But the one job he did let me do is when we were baking bread and it was during the summer and so i could be there in the morning. When he's baking bread he would let me Take it out of the proof. Box The prove box. And then right before you put it in the oven. I would spread this stuff on The top of the bread. I cut it open and then bread on and then i put it into the into the oven. Well one day butter top home home. What was it. hold a homepride bertone. We'd be at home. Pride butter top read. There was a commercial and it was wonderful. And i never forget it said but we bake the butter right in. Yeah and it was so rate. Yeah split down the middle. And my dad and i said dad that's fantastic. We gotta do that. Any said son. You cut the tops. Move the bread. What do you think you're brushing on. That was the day. I learned about marketing. It's all in marketing because we didn't put butter top bread butter top bread. Even though i personally had been doing it seemed really great. This is this honestly is the result of the right not listening to social scientists not listening to people about behavior not listening to people about how to present in package things. We don't do that. The left is riddled with them and because they can take dog crap and wrap it up and put a beautiful bow on it. We're like oh my gosh. Look at that. it's dog crap. No it's not would dog crappy rap like this will. Yeah if the democrats are doing it. I can't take your hate mongering anymore. I'm going to sit down and eat this dog crap. And i'll tell you right now don't crap it all. I love it. American financing when it comes to buying a home. american financing is the lender. You want on your side whether you're looking for a starter home you want something bigger or even if you're wanting to downside it does matter american financing has your back now from custom on loans to competitive interest rates and everything in between you can trust the people. I've trusted them now. I think they've been in business. 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Tables must be placed at least eight feet apart not traditional six feet okay Tv's reason why you can't because tv's caused super spreader events watching american football. Isn't that great now. You can't watch. Tv the can't have if you have tv's in your restaurant they must be turned off. They say it's because while super bowl's coming and people are going to want to sit with somebody that's not in their family and watch the super bowl and it's all out of control then we all die then everyone dies. Did you see. Stephen king's the stand. That's what they're trying to prevent. Captain trips is here. it's not actually. It's i mean captain trips. You know everybody pretty much died. Accept like maybe half a percent of the population and and this one is like half of a percent of the population might die So but it's it's still half a percent if i may quote andrew cuomo. What difference does it make their dead right. That's not how he would say that though he don't know don't know he would say differently. No i can't do it. I mean you know you don't even have the music so i'm not a belt of a young old. I'm saying they're both dead d. Does i sit there and wait for the kicking dumbest polit all of his his public. Health officials are hey resigning they under counted the the people dead in the nursing homes by fifty six percent. And there's more to come. They haven't released the new numbers yet when it comes to other long term care facilities and suspected cova cases law. What he's saying really is take stuffing. Get out just. Leave the cannoli da. The world's dumbest mobster andrew cuomo. Well i don't know. His brother is pretty stupid and chris. Brother is frago was we say. Andrew cuomo is awful dot com. And chris cuomo is worse dot com. And by the way don lemon is worse or is i believe up now with Recall gavin twenty twenty dot com glenn beck.

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GCP Extra: One on One with Janice Dean on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

29:11 min | 6 months ago

GCP Extra: One on One with Janice Dean on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

"I'd special weekend official. Thanksgiving edition of the callahan podcast. This is perfect for thanksgiving because we get a chance to talk to someone. I've been hoping to talk to for a wild. janice dean. lost both or inlaws in in new york I you know. Andrew cuomo gave the order to put corona virus patients the nursing homes and thousands and thousands of people including jay aniston's inlaws and she has spent the months since Trying to hold him accountable and tried to bring to the attention of all of us. And it's a it's a great thing she's doing god's work and i've been joining up and hoping to talk to her and today on thanksgiving thanksgiving weekend we get her story. This is the gerry callahan. Podcast many of you know janice dean as a meteorologist on fox. News here on fox and friends but Got another passion and it's the thing that caught my eye. I'm not a big weather guy. But i like I like the work janice has been doing since the spring which he lost both. Her laws are basically. Her job is keeping andrew. Cuomo honest and i can't think of a tougher more painstaking than keeping that phony honest but janice thanks for joining us in the callahan. Podcast thank you my friend. Thank you for having me. I got a million questions. I know you don't have all day. But i've many questions. I have been enthralled by your work since the spring. When you lost tragically lost your in-laws and i respect the way you are just keeping their memory alive and what i look at it from day. One genesis you are fighting. You're speaking for people who were who have no voice of ac- now but didn't at the time i mean we know the way. These things are going people dying alone. They're dying in you know with no. No one dared to to say goodbye. It's just so tragic and on top of it. Some of them don't have anybody like you to fight for them. You lost i mean. Let's just tell the story again. You lost your father-in-law and two weeks later you lost your mother in law and later on you found out that they would they might still be here if not for andrew cuomo's mismanagement right so his dad. My husband's dad is an nursing home and the plan was to have them both in an assisted living facility together very close to where we live For many years for over fifty years they were in a four story. Walk up in brooklyn that we couldn't get them to move from and it was many many months of agonizing what to do with are failing with their failing health. How are we going to take care of them. We had to have aids. Go in his dad had dementia. His mom could walk so You know my husband made a decision with his sister-in-law to put them in an assisted living residence which was a really nice place. Just down the street from us we could go visit them His dad needed care and he he had many elements so we had him in a nursing home care center for a short period. We were hoping a short period of time to get into better shape and then corona virus came in and we weren't able to see them. We were getting updates as best as we could from their elder care facilities His dad like i said he you know his health was declining had dementia so we were getting regular updates but I remember getting a call on a saturday morning. In late march saying that his dad wasn't feeling well and three hours later getting another phone. Call saying he was dead so we had no lead time whatsoever with his death and we didn't find out he had covert until the death certificate So it and when. I look back i didn't know about. The governor's mandate to kogo positive patients in a nursing homes until after his dad died. And i remember getting a call before he got sick. saying he was going to be moved to another floor so that they could allow for more patients to come in. No you we know now that the government gave the governor gave the order on march twenty fifth for forty six forty seven days corona by patients were put into nursing homes. Obviously a death sentence for some of the residents there. We don't know the exact number we believe about. Six thousand patients were put into nursing homes and more than ten thousand lost their lives. When did you find this. And just how how. Infuriating must have been. I mean we know there were other ways other ways. You could have done this. I didn't start sink reports until he had died and then his mom got sick two weeks later and she was in her assisted living and she was transported to the hospital. We didn't know she had cove and we didn't want to move. We were afraid we moved her. She might get covid so we kept her there. She got sick was transported to the hospital died in the hospital and one of the other reasons. Why i'm so vogel is her number does not count as a as an elder care facility. Death of getting covid because she died in the hospital. And that's one of the other reasons That i'm very frustrated. Is the governor is clearly covering up the numbers because he will not release. The total number of deaths from seniors got kobe in their elder care facilities but also died in the hospital. So you know as you mentioned. I think the official official number is six thousand four hundred but some of the estimates are putting at least double that So then a after she died i was paying more attention. Obviously to what was going on with the governor and then Because he was going on these shows like cnn and cbs and they weren't asking him about the nursing homes. That's when i started really getting upset. Because he was going on and joking with his brother on cnn. Live this comedy hour while people are dying a in new york and then he would go on and they would joke about his love life. And so that's when. I started to say this. This story is not being covered. And there's more here than what meets the eye. And that's that's when i decided it was important for me to have a voice that i will tell you my husband. The very beginning did not want this public. He is a very You know a private person you know. He he encourages my career. But he's not somebody that wants to be in front of the camera but when he started seeing these reports that nobody was touching the nursing home issue. Nfl order in place that was still in place with my mother-in-law died adipose kobe Positive patients in a nursing homes. That's what i thought. It was important to raise my voice. It sure is. I can't imagine how it fury in is. Because i didn't lose any relatives to this to this order and i find it infuriating to see him with the with the big nasal swab and his brother. Oh yuck ended up with you know the view. I can't imagine what it's like for you in your family. But i gotta say you've done a brilliant job of exposing him at least to me because i follow you on twitter and i see you want fox. You've done it without you. I'm not sure we'd know what a phony he is. But have you ever got an explanation. I never have an answer for this. Janice helped me up we. We saw the comfort ship in the harbor. We saw the javits center converted. We saw lots and lots of places. These coronavirus patients could have gone instead of nursing homes. Why did they not go to those places. I don't have the answer to that. I've seen reports that. The governor was getting whispers in his ear not by science but by his host hospital donors. They apparently the ones telling him. We can't take these koba positive patients our hospitals We can't care for them like a nursing home might be able to care for them so listen. I don't know if that's true or not. But that's certainly something that i think needs to be looked into And that's why i've always encouraged an independent. Bipartisan investigation. I think it's the only way we're going to get answers because the governor continues to go on his congratulations tour of his. You know his book on leadership in the middle of pandemic and now his emmy award which he accepted last night from the academy. I mean it's like you know it doesn't matter how loud ice cream. he's still being applauded and be his back as being padded by all of these celebrities so So this is. This is a tough go. But i'm going to continue to try to try to plead for answers and accountability. I don't know how you do it again in my head would explode watching the way. He acts because even if he didn't do this even if there were no march twenty fifth order. We know this has been devastating. Everywhere to elderly in nursing homes in hospitals assisted livings. even if it wasn't his fault getting an emmy Writing a book. Yuck ended up with a billy joel and robert. That would be arrogance. That would be tone deaf even without the march twenty fifth order when you consider that what he did and then you can take a bow for the way. He handled the way and the crisis. I don't know how in your a keep it together to be honest. You don't just scream. I do. I do scream. And every time i do see him on television gas lighting it. It's more infuriating and it it it just It's more grief it. It it reignites the grief that we haven't even gone over. I mean our gotten through because we haven't had funerals we didn't have last rites we have wakes you know just seeing all peaceful protests that were going on and we weren't able to have any of these ceremonies that we look to to help us with our grieving process so there have been many times where yes i want to scream and shout But you know the fact that he keeps lying. And i guess he starts to believe it at the very beginning at the very beginning if he had come out and said i made it a huge mistake. I was getting bad advice. I i didn't know where to put these patients. I made this tragic mistake. I am so very sorry. And i will call as many families as they can. Had he done that. I wouldn't be here with you. I would have accepted that and moved on but the fact that he can use lame everybody else except the person that signed that order. And that's him. Eastlake to god and mother nature the near post and the nursing home of people who work there to the visitors by the way we were never allowed to visit so we had no chance to bring cova at pointy. Even you know. He blamed the elderly themselves because they're going to die so the fact that he continues to do that that that's why angry and that's why this this guy doesn't take any responsibility and that makes our grief worse well. I didn't know your in-laws obviously. But i'll just say this. If they didn't want to get fat they shouldn't have beaten the cheesecake. I know he's got so many times he it's like he's like a broken record and no one advises him if he had stuck to one story the whole time. It might help them but the fact is there are so many tells when he goes on television and somebody asked him a question that he doesn't like and he gets all defensive. And how dare you when you donate the cheesecake. It'll make you fat. And if you don't wear your masks you won't get kobe. I mean it's really. It's a i want this guy to just move to hollywood. If you wanna be a celebrity. Do your lines that you rehearse every day by all means we need somebody who actually wants to lead in the state not to be another actor another funny thanks to. You is in my mind at least if you're paying attention. His reputation as completely flipped in the spring. You know he was the big star. He vowed you were up on stage every day and for that we found out he won an emmy and by the way i learned from you that he had to nominate himself for this award. Correct in well through his name in the hat. I don't know for sure. But i have heard from people who have won emmys before you have to actually submit videotape of yourself to be considered for an emmy award so someone in his ration- had to put together a demo. Adele mobile is what we call it a business and send it off to the emmy folks for consideration so he had to put together. You know his the best of andrew cuomo after thirty four thousand deaths in new york is pathetic to me. It's almost like you can't parrot. He came back a parody of this guy. You can't mock him he's he'll he'll just do it to himself between the book and the and the emmy and the and the funny you know performances with his his brother he's he. He continues to just top himself. I don't make your job easier because you're you're pointing out. what a phony. He is have acknowledged ever acknowledged at all. It's funny you ask that. He's never acknowledged me up until last. Well he hasn't himself but his people that he surrounds himself with Last week i was doing an interview with a local order here in new york and the local reporter said you know. We reached out to the governor's office for response to what you've been saying. I was like okay and And he said that the fellow. I can't remember last name rich. He represents the governor. He's one of his You know one of his what do you call them Spokespeople he he said asked janice the exact dates when her father and mother law died. And what elder care facilities they were in. So that was his response from the administration. And i was like a really. Is that because you don't believe me or you're trying to throw me off somehow gusting. I said you know what if he wants to get in touch with me and wants me to bend over the the death certificates. I could do that. But i'm not gonna give you information on this radio program From this bully from his administration. That's that's a great word. He is such a bull. You should make deal you. Give him the death certificate if he can give you the order from march twenty fifth with which we disappeared. I mean i guess he thought nobody made a copy of it and somehow we would forget see. I think he's surrounded by sycophants and when it's a tough question or he gets someone like us hold his feet to the fire. He can't handle it. You saw when the wall street journal reporter last week asked about the school closings and he snapped because he's so used to these people just stroke and giving them a foot massage when he has a a press conference. Someone like you throw them off. Which is great. I mean you point out. And i love this one too. I got my list. I'm going you point out that he missed seventeen meetings of the cova task force while decrying the lack of concern on the part of others. Yes seventeen meetings while he was promoting his book and those those meetings were were about corona virus said what we could do for new york and the you know the the vaccines that. We're all excited about you know and that's another thing. Mr cuomo doesn't want any part of trump vaccine. No no no. We have to make sure that Doubt i i'm not. I don't think i'm gonna these vaccine vaccines into new york. And then when the president says okay. I'll give the vaccine to everyone except new york. That's when cuomo got you know. All i'm gonna i'm gonna have a lawsuit against you then if you don't give me those vaccines i could go on. I mean there's so much material eighty nine year old. Mother might get herself fixing. Do you think that might happen. Yeah exactly i mean. That's the latest controversy is yesterday. He was saying that he was going to have thanksgiving with nine year. Old mother and two of his daughters when he's told the rest of new york though today put don't go visit. Don't bring family members in and then two hours later when someone got wind of that interview that radio interview you know his his spokesperson the same person that wanted the date of my inlaws deaths. He was like oh. The governor's going to be working. He's not going to have time for his mom or his daughters. Just it's like. Who are these people. I was happy for his mother spending all day with that guy with that with that arrogant. Sob you are just gonna guess not a big fan of the idea of andrew cuomo as attorney general united states. He's the rumor is the biden made a may select him. And you've already volunteered to come to the hearing. The senate confirmation testified. Correct you know. Just listen i don. There's pros and cons with this right. We get him out of new york and then he general but you know as a bigger post which i think he wants even something bigger than that i think. He wants to be a president but to be honest with you to have that moment when when they grilled him and they go through. You know a a hearings for this. I would be right there front and center and finally get the chance to ask him the questions that i've been dying to ask them all of these months and i think i would have pretty some pretty good support on one side To be able to go in there. So you know. I kind of fantasize all about it a little bit because i just say i would have those questions and i have had the angels backing out. You would absolutely. I think if you got a big enough audience in the media allowed it we could hear your story. And it's so compelling. And i think a lot of people like me janice live vicariously through you. My mother died in a nursing home. She had dementia. We were allowed to visit. It was before cova. I can't imagine if we weren't if she were loan. She couldn't have facetime or zoomed. It would have been impossible. It would have brought my heart. The thought i mean. We were literally all around her when she passed away the thought of her being alone i would have lost. My mind and i would have dedicated. My life to doing what you're doing is holding the guy accountable. Who made their own not only left. Their loan infected her same with your father in law had did this guy. He was a firefighter. Correct talk a real new yorker not a phony like cuomo brags about what a tough guy. A real hardworking new yorker and he had to die alone and he's like you know they they wanna just race in from history. Cuomo wants to do so. I live vicariously through you. I mean i know you're you're you're never going to allow to be to to get the forget this to get past this to shake this and he's used to. It is used to getting his way with you. He's not getting his way. And i think it's working. I think you'd robin i'm nuts. Well well maybe. I'll drive him a little bit nuts. Well how do you handle this though. I watched these things like the book. And the i think of you or not i mean not just you. Let's be honest if there ten twelve thousand people lost loved ones to this order. Much twenty fifth order. They're all living vicariously through you. And then i see a book come on like wait a second a book on leadership by the guy who did that. How can i be in. Then the emmy and then i see these videos and maybe you've ignored them. But like robert deniro did a video sharon stone congratulating him ben stiller. Billy joel did a q. And a. promoting the book. And i'm thinking. Billy joe you're the ultimate new yorker. Are you not reading. I mean maybe you're not reading the new york post and you're not reading up. Do you not know what he did. you know. they just haven't learned what what you know. We're all i think they're all buddies of him. Like i think deniro's been his buddy. I know that billy joel. I think is godfather to her. His kids I know that rosie perez helped him with his mask campaign so it's kind of the. That's the usual suspects that that come out and congratulate him. So i feel like you know there's history there and they're willing to sort of like blinders on onto go out and do that for their buddy but you know i called out sharon stone yesterday and said you know. And she's somebody who has been very vocal about the nursing home situation. Because i think her bonner sister have been in nursing home. So i you know. I just wanted to remind her if she hadn't heard that that. The governor put over six thousand. Kobe patients in a nursing homes. So you know. I don't want to be doing every celebrity. But i think it's important that they do see someone out there Acting on behalf of the people that we lost in new york. It's it's really quite when you think about it and you separate yourself the fact that this guy really is getting away with it right now getting away with it is astounding to me if he was a republican and listened to me. This is not a political issue at all not a political person. I've never taken a political stand but just imagine if this guy was a republican i wouldn't have taken away in handcuffs by would've taken away in handcuffs. I have no. And that's what i say when people say oh well you don't bash anybody else. You don't bash trump. Well you know what there's enough people on that side that go after him day after day minute after minute. There's no one that goes the goes after this guy. So what i'll i'm going to try to make up for the fact that he's he's not getting he's not getting the blowback as some of the other guys on the other side but i wonder like you said it best. If he admitted it and apologized everyone would have moved on. You would have moved on and you lost to to family members Certainly the celebrities. And the you know the liberals love him would have moved on. It's the arrogance. That's worse than the mistake is made the mistake as exacerbated hundred times over by his arrogant reaction to people like you absolutely. And that's that's what makes it even worse. And and just last week he was at riverside church talking about leadership and his book and he actually said there's there's video and audio of him saying to be great leader. You have to accept the mistakes that you made and learn from them and moved on. And i was like. Are you kidding me. This is i honestly. it's like every day. It's like the greatest hits of this guy every day. I think okay. Things are going to calm down a little bit you know. There's just another thing that he does. Which is either hypocritical or so arrogant or so insane That it's hard not for me to go out and speak out get bent stem. Well i just want to say again. You're doing a great job. You're doing like you said the angels are on your side. You're speaking for people who didn't have a voice for people who d- who died alone or didn't have to die at all i mean and without you wouldn't have wouldn't certainly have an advocate with profile that you have and it would just any would have gotten away with it and and maybe in the end he will get away with janice but you're making it uncomfortable. You're certainly making lots of aware of what he did. And hopefully i know you're gonna keep it up. And i know more people listen and i know i know he will never ever be president. Janice i know you will never ever be president which you know. He's such an ego maniac. He probably thinks that's his rightful place. Ascended the throne at some point. It's not going to happen when you listen. Anything is possible with this governor. What he to try to do. But i will still continue to keep shouting from the mountain tops and i thank you and all the people have given me a voice and allowed me to come on your program to tell my story and my family's already make more people aware if i even make one more person aware of the situation. It's all worthwhile doing much much more than that. Keep it up. I know you will enjoy thanksgiving. You thanksgiving break some andrew. Cuomo's rules you know. Have seven people over eight people over in a share share utensils do those things which he says by the way which he's going to do anyway he doesn't care he doesn't fall was own roles but break and cuomo is rules. Enjoy thanksgiving with your family. My best to you to your husband my condolences and keep up the good work. I mean my friend. Thank you sir. Thank you janice dean. That is janice dean famous world famous meteorologist but even better a an advocate for people who don't have a voice and that's what what i've what i love about and if you don't follow on twitter you really should You can see done interview. She did podcast with a friend. Megan kelly which was spectacular. She's very passionate. I can't imagine a better spokesman because she looks good. She sounds good and she means it. It's a and it's the thought of what cuomo would have gotten away with without her because there might be someone out there. Some local people lost family members. Who are writing letters to the editor telling telling the friends would cuomo did. But they don't have her profile. They don't have her perform and she is getting the word out. And i really believe the image that that e- crafted cuomo had in the spring april may and he was the national figure who was who was coming us all and in getting us all through the crisis and then he made this mistake clearly mistake by putting the patients back in the nursing homes and wiping out tens of thousands of elderly new yorkers he exacerbated that mistake when he denied it blamed others. I mean blamed everybody trump. He blamed the patients. he claimed. The visitors blamed everybody but himself. He is the opposite of a strong leader. He's a coward a bully. Who blames everybody but himself and she's made that clear she's made that too obvious to all of us and So i think you should follow on twitter follower on whatever social media the social media. She does and see what find work. She's doing dogging his ass all around new york and I don't think going away. She's doing a good job and she's she's enjoying it and she's she has changed the perception at least for many of us of uh of the love gove governor who wrote a book which nobody's got read but he took the time he had the arrogance to think that somebody wanted a book about leadership from him then he submitted his name for an emmy won an emmy. He's made appearances he'd be made a book. Promotional appearance with billy bleeping joel. He's got all these celebrities. Like i said sharon stone and ben stiller and rosie perez Singing his praises while people like john osteen earn through grieving because they never had funerals. They never had wakes you know allowed to do that. Unless you're you know. John lewis. You can't have go to your funeral And she's just she just keeps telling the truth about him. That's all just keep telling the truth. But andrew cuomo and i think that's a hell of a public service and i think he now knows they'll never be present. I think he will. He will get a shot at attorney general because because You know biden. Is that clueless and give them a shot. Which would be great like she said. New york could get rid of them. We'd get to have hearings. We'd get to hear her in front of the senate and maybe we would further. Expose the phony the bully. They contemptible loathsome andrew cuomo killer com. Killer cuomo the column on twitter but that is janice dean From fox news. And we really appreciate your joining us. I've been telling you about it for months now and continue to tell her. Because i don't know i'd like that kind of story it's not about revenge. It's about a reckoning at. She is going to make sure. The and require eventually has a reckoning reckoning with the truth. And i can't imagine losing both. Your parents are inlaws without saying goodbye without holding their hand without being there at all for weeks not months and you get a phone call saying they're gone and You can never actually say goodbye. You can never actually give him a proper burial. There must be brutal. But she's channeling energies and gone then focusing on ruined cuomo's life and help me get that is a genus team. Thank you for joining us. This is a special edition of the callahan. Podcast i'm jerry kelly. I will kick in some. Why am i stopping you. No one else stops. I don't i. Can i go home. Good gerry callahan podcast.

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September 3, 2020: CDC tells states to be ready for November vaccine

5 Things

06:00 min | 9 months ago

September 3, 2020: CDC tells states to be ready for November vaccine

"Good Morning I'm Taylor Wilson, and this is five things you need to know Thursday. The third of September two, thousand twenty here are some of the top headlines. Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in this week's USA Today Suffolk pull by seven points fifty to forty three percent that advantage narrow to bid from the twelve point whole lead Biden held in June. Another twenty five endangered children have been located as sex trafficking bus continue in several states the kids were found in Ohio after weeks of work as part of Operation Safety. Net from the US. Marshals Service they announced the rescue of thirty nine children in Georgia several days ago and Dwayne. The Rock Johnson has tested positive for covid nineteen. He said his wife and two young daughters also had the virus and he said he and his wife had a rough go with symptoms. The Rock is telling the public to wear masks to spread. You can check us out on twitter at USA Today podcast where you can stay up with all things, five things and also other great USA Today shows that's at USA Today podcast on twitter now on the show. More good news on the vaccine front the CDC is telling some health officials around the country to be ready to begin distributing vaccine by November according to the New York. Times. That would be on the early side of even the best case scenarios laid out. Dr Anthony Fauci also told Kaiser Health News that covid nineteen vaccine could be available earlier than expected if clinical trials produce overwhelmingly positive results the CDC did clarify that even if some vaccine is available in twenty, twenty supply will increase dramatically in twenty twenty one at least two clinical trials of some thirty thousand volunteers or expected to wrap up by the end of the year but an independent board could end them weeks early if. Results are extremely positive or negative more than a thousand people. A day are still dying from Corona virus in the US with more than one hundred, eighty, five, thousand deaths in all and around the world more than eight hundred, sixty, three, thousand people have died from covid nineteen. Oh Joe. Biden will visit Kenosha Wisconsin on Thursday. His trip follows President Donald Trump stop there amid protests and at times violent demonstrations after the police shooting Jacob Blake the trip is also Biden's I to Wisconsin a critical swing state. In this foles election Biden's campaign said he will hold a community meeting in Kenosha to bring together Americans to heal president trump meanwhile will head to Pennsylvania Thursday another key battleground state. Large parts of the US economy have been reopening in recent weeks and people hope a vaccine will help people get back to normal in a way. They haven't since February. But a new study suggests that the health crisis has created fears that will likely cut back on risk taking and economic. For decades to come the study is cold scoring body and mind the long-term belief scoring effects of covid nineteen, and it tries to quantify those long term losses. Some top economists think that as many as half of temporary job losses and furloughs could become permanent and Moody's analytics. The economy to recoup all jobs lost during the pandemic until wait twenty, twenty three but this study which was released at the Federal Reserve. Bank of Kansas City's annual conference. Last week goes further certain capital equipment or buildings are now obsolete. Huge Chunks of the restaurant industry may not reopen and many cruise ships won't sail again in a normal economic cycle idle capital like that would then be replaced by new assets. But the study finds that lingering caution among investors will leave a major gap for years to come. Tropical Storm Nanna is expected to hit Central America as a hurricane on Thursday, the storm formed earlier this week in the Caribbean we're brought heavy rain to Jamaica and is now prompting tropical storm watches and parts of Dora. Sand believes accuweather senior meteorologist. Rob. Miller said the greatest threat to lives and property in Central America will be from heavy rains that could lead to flooding and mudslides. Nanna. Is The fourteenth named storm the Twenty Twenty Atlantic hurricane season. Movie fans have been starved of new film releases during the pandemic. There have been a handful to drop on streaming, but a big movie event not so much Christopher Nolan's tenant may change that. Is, A. Word. It'll open the right doors. Some of the wrong ones too. Carefully John David Washington and Robert Pattinson Star as secret agents dealing with the rules and details of time inversion and an end of the world scenario. But by a villain played by Kenneth Branagh, it was delayed three different times and the film now has mixed reviews from critics but lots of Christopher Nolan fans won't care. It will not open everywhere though as some states still have restrictions on movie theater reopenings. Thanks for listening to five things a reminder you can subscribe for free also rate and review on Apple podcasts. You can also catch US wherever you get your audio. Thanks Declare Thornton for her work on the show five things is part of the USA Today podcast network.

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NPR News: 08-17-2020 7AM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 9 months ago

NPR News: 08-17-2020 7AM ET

"Live from NPR news I'm Korva Coleman House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling the house back from recess early vote on a bill that would bar the postal service for making changes ahead of the election and bears Kelsey snell reports. The legislation would stop the postal service from changing operations that were in place at the start of this year. Congress was scheduled to be recess until early September but Pelosi told Democrats, the postal legislation must be passed now to protect the daily operations, the postal service and ballot access amid the coronavirus pandemic, the timing means the house will vote on the legislation. The same week has Democrats hold their political convention to formally nominate Joe Biden as their candidate for President Democrats. Also announced emergency oversight, committee hearing on the US ps on August twenty fourth. The committee has requested that Postmaster General Louis Joy appear at that hearing Pelosi is criticized for. Plan cuts the postal service and called the postmaster general quote complicit crony Kelsey, Snell, NPR news Washington. The Democratic National Convention opens tonight, mostly online. The event was set for Milwaukee, but most of it was moved because of the pandemic speakers tonight will include former first lady Michelle Obama and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders some schools around the United States are under pressure to reopen for in person classes that includes Idaho. Where Corona virus cases are surging NPR's Kirk. Siegler reports health experts are warning that schools may have to close down again. Reopening or not as just another pressure point for schools and there's no clear blueprint on how to go forward when the rural Bruno grandview school district in. Idaho. Shut down abruptly last spring going to online superintendent, Ryan control says learning suffered especially for kids who have no interest at home his school will reopen today with a blend of in-person and virtual classes. There's a general consensus of let's get moving. Let's get the kids back in here so that we can find out where they're at how we can help them Cantrell will. Work with public health officials to do contact tracing. If there's a case, he says, it could only be a matter of time before they're back to all virtual kirk siegler NPR news boise the national. Weather Service has posted excessive heat warnings for much of the West from Washington State all the way south to Arizona. It's making fire conditions much worse on Saturday near Lake Tahoe California, a massive fire cloud formed over a wildfire senior meteorologist Don Johnson says, it created a fire induced tornado. We do have photographic evidence of it as well. we do not have a survey team. There's we don't know how strong it was. But the fire created its own environment and essentially produced a tornado within the fire. The heat persists in. California. The National Weather Service says that it was one hundred thirty degrees on Sunday in Death Valley. You're listening to NPR news. The governor of Puerto. Rico has lost her primary election. Wanda Vazquez had been put in the job last year by the US territory. Supreme. Court she was running in her own right but voss was defeated by the former Puerto Rican representative to Congress. Pedro Pierluisi The Sunday vote finished mishandled elections from the prior week when ballots were not delivered to all Puerto Rican polling stations. The city government in Rome says that because of a spike in corona virus cases, discos must be shutdown NPR SILVIO POHJOLA in some places in Italy people must now wear face masks. The new restrictions go into effect today and will last until September seventh. They were decided after covert cases registered in the past week were double those three weeks ago, and the average age of those affected fell below forty health minister robeco Spit Bonanza said we cannot nullify the sacrifices made in the past months. Our priority must be opening schools in September in full safety health officials blame the majority of new cases on Italians were returning from vacations abroad, and on young. People enjoy nightlife ignoring social distancing and face basques. Italy was the first European country hit by the pandemic and has recorded more than thirty five, thousand deaths, Silvio Jolie NPR news and oil tanker that was leaking on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius has broken into it had already leaked about one thousand metric tons of oil into the pristine water on the island teams drain the rest of the oil out of the tanker before broke apart in heavy surf on rocks. This is NPR.

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December 10, 2019: Democrats to announce articles of impeachment against Trump

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06:53 min | 1 year ago

December 10, 2019: Democrats to announce articles of impeachment against Trump

"Today's show is brought to you by net suite by Oracle the cloud based business management software. That gives you the visibility and control you need to grow. Net suite is offering their free guide. Seven key strategies to grow your profits at net sweet dot com slash. Five things morning. I'm Taylor Wilson and this is five things you need to know Tuesday the Tenth of December Twenty Nineteen Reminder reminder you can follow us at USA Today podcast on twitter for all things five things plus other great USA Today audio content that's at USA Today. podcast now onto the show. Get you started house. Democrats are set to announce articles of impeachment against the president. Donald trump a senior democratic aide told USA. Today that how stems will make the move. On Tuesday morning they plan to announce at least two articles abuse abuse of power man obstruction of justice surrounding trump's alleged pressure of Ukraine for political favors including the two thousand sixteen election and former vice president president. Joe Biden a rival in the upcoming twenty twenty election on Monday. The House Judiciary Committee heard from attorneys for the Intelligence Committee. Which worked through investigations educations in recent weeks Democratic Council Daniel Goldman said that trump has presented a danger to free and fair elections as well as national security purity president trump's persistent and continuing effort to coerce a foreign country to help him cheat to win. An election is a clear and present danger to our free and fair elections and to our national security Republican counsel Stephen Castor on the other hand questioned the credibility of they whistleblower who initially cold out trump a lot of hysteria over the last three months about this inquiry and the underlying facts. I believe a lot of this can be traced back to the anonymous. I'm just whistleblower. Complaint I believe. The whistle blower reframed a lot of the facts at issue and caused witnesses in the inquiry to recast their views. And it's unfortunate that we haven't been able to interview the whistle blower stay up on all the latest with impeachment proceedings that USA TODAY DOT com. Where you can find nine days special dedicated page for all things impeachment. Meanwhile President Donald Trump will be in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. He set to hold a rally Louis in Hershey as he continues to work toward courting the state ahead of the twenty twenty election. He won in two thousand sixteen. But it's once again expected to be a tossup even while battling impeachment trump is keeping his eye on next year's pivotal vote. Shortly before Thanksgiving. He rallied with Vice President. Mike Pence in Florida where former former President Barack Obama won in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve next week. You'll hold a rally in Battle Creek Michigan a state. He won by less than eleven thousand votes in two thousand sixteen next up. It's time to celebrate the winners of this year's Nobel prizes on Tuesday prize laureates in Physics Chemistry Medicine Literature. A Church and Economics will be honored in Stockholm while the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is honored in Oslo Norway. This year's peace prize went to Ethiopian. Prime Minister Avi the Ahmed for his efforts to resolve the twenty year border conflict between his nation and neighboring Arab area Nobel winners receive a diploma a medal and and a cash award cold weather is on its way across much of the eastern half of the country particularly the Midwest and northeast could get some of the coldest coldest air of the season over the next couple of days. Accuweather senior meteorologist Jack. Boston said quote very cold. Arctic air will plunge into the northern and central plains through Monday and into the Great Lakes and Midwest Monday and Tuesday on quote. The National Weather Service says that the wind chill could drop to twenty five degrees below zero in parts of the northern plains. The cold is also on. Its way eastward. Temperatures could drop twenty to thirty degrees by Wednesday and muster. We do things for people on a daily basis on the talk show. We wanted to do something similar to that. But bigger and better is signed for my greatest night of giveaways. The holiday season is all about giving and Ellen Degeneres will be giving a life changing gifts as part of her show in Ellen's greatest night of giveaways always the host will be joined by a number of celebrities including Michelle Obama and Justin timberlake among others. The three part series will begin Tuesday night at eight eastern and Pacific and runs through Thursday. You can tune in on NBC. I wanted to let you know about a great investigative podcasts from the USA. I say today network launched. Its third season accused. This season host Amber Hunt examines the mysterious death of David Box. Thirty thirty nine year. Old Father of three went to his third shift job at a uranium processing plant and completely vanished one muggy night in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. You can find. Wind accused on apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you're listening right now. 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January 17, 2020: Winter weather spreads across U.S.

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07:07 min | 1 year ago

January 17, 2020: Winter weather spreads across U.S.

"Hi this is challenging. But it's now twenty. Twenty in hiring can be simple and smart with Ziprecruiter. They help growing businesses connect to qualified qualified candidates. Try It for free at Ziprecruiter dot com slash five things. Good Morning. I'm Taylor Wilson and this is five things you need to know. Friday the seventeenth of January twenty twenty. A big thanks to those tweeting us at USA USA Today. PODCAST on Thursday ahead of the second part of left Parnassus interview with MSNBC. We asked you what you were hoping to hear in the interview. Je Crois Walker told told us everything well Dano said nothing both sides of the aisle many of you also wrote about impeachment read some of those replies and join the conversation yourself self at USA Today podcast now onto the show. The eight you started winter weather could cause some travel headaches across a large stretch of the northern. US On on Friday and into the weekend accu weather says snow is expected. Friday in the DAKOTAS Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan including up to a foot in some areas and farther south dangerous. Ice could hit north Texas and beyond accuweather senior meteorologist. Alex's now ski said quote areas from northeastern New Mexico Amanda Texas Panhandle to northern and Central Indiana and northwestern. Ohio can expect a thin glaze of ice that will make driving and walking slippery and hazardous Zardad on quote by Saturday. Heavy snow could hit parts of Pennsylvania New York and much of New England. A state of emergency is set to begin in Virginia. Banning guns. John's from around the state capital in Richmond from Friday. Night through Tuesday governor. Ralph Northam made the declaration ahead of a gun rights rally on Monday that could bring thousands armed people and militias from Virginia and out of State Northam says intelligence from law enforcement agencies says that out of state hate groups fueled by conspiracy spiracy theories and misinformation have malicious plans for the rally. A judge ruled on Thursday. That north has the authority under State Law to take such action. Chint related to the safety men welfare of the state. Additionally three suspected members of a Neo Nazi hate group were arrested on Thursday after federal prosecutors said they reportedly we discussed traveling with weapons next up. Protesters have gathered outside a New York. Courthouse during jury selection in the trial trial of Harvey Weinstein selection heads to the home stretch on Friday as potential jurors who had not been dismissed will likely return Weinstein faces rape and sexual assault allegations involving. Three women is legal. Team has filed a motion to move his sex crimes. Trial out of Manhattan or doing that initial screening shows. The jury pool has been tainted tainted by pretrial publicity. New charges have been filed against Weinstein in Los Angeles as this trial opens. Hundreds of potential. Jurors answered both verbal herbal and written questions about whether they can be unbiased and a super public and emotionally charged case allegations were first lodged against the disgraced movie producer. In two thousand seventeen survivors of Weinstein's alleged crimes helped spark the metoo movement when they came forward and many around. Hollywood continue to honor them for going public. Click actress Jamie. Lee Curtis Anytime you speak truth to power anytime bad. Men Or women are legally emotionally spiritually. Communally course corrected the way he is going to be corrected. Then it's a good thing and you know I'm I honor. Every woman came forward and told the truth. STAY WITH USA TODAY DOT COM for all the latest from the Weinstein trial the Lsu football team heads to the White House on Friday to celebrate winning college. Football's national championship but there's a controversy swirling around the team whether or not former. NFL player Odell Beckham. Junior handed out cash to tigers players following the win university officials. I said the bills which appeared on video after the game were fake. But they changed. Course on Wednesday emitting the bills may have been real many on social media or debating whether or not what they think they saw on video actually happened while others wonder if it even matters at all. Meanwhile the White House visit will also be watched closely. Mostly many athletes in recent years have skipped the trip to Pennsylvania Avenue saying they won't meet with President Donald Trump but more recently a Washington nationals player wore or a make America great again hat while standing next to trump and last up since nine eleven. We've Gone high-tech over the water. So that don't run gone. Loan the the biggest record is coming in tonight and we want to know who's behind it go wrong with it with you. Almost two decades in the making but bad boys for life the sequel to two thousand in three films starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith Hits theaters on Friday. USA Today critic. Brian Truitt gave it three out of four stars but he was less enthusiastic. Ask about another movie opening Friday. dolittle starring Robert Downey Junior. The initial trailer got roasted by film twitter when it came out we've got choice but to doc independent and true. It doesn't think the film itself was much better. Writing Quote Downey takes naturally to the wild style and quirky persona of the dude who talks to animals though. Most everything else about doolittle just doesn't measure up to its a-list star unquote industry is our on the early. Twenty twenty films to see of movie movie goers choose to see the more popcorn choices or critical darlings in line for award ceremonies being held over the next few weeks you can catch new episodes. The five things Monday through Saturday on apple podcasts where he can also rate and review and subscribe for free. You can also find us on the Google home and Amazon Echo. Smart Smart Speakers five things is part of the USA. Today podcast network. It's a New Year and you WANNA keep growing your team but you need the right tools. Goals to keep your hiring streamlined and efficient. That's where ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash. 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December 30, 2019: Suspect pleads not guilty in Hanukkah stabbings

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07:06 min | 1 year ago

December 30, 2019: Suspect pleads not guilty in Hanukkah stabbings

"This episode of five things is brought to you by Madison Reed Salon Quality Hair Color delivered to your door for less than twenty five dollars. Stay tuned after the episode. To find out how you can get ten percent off and free shipping on your first color kit. Good Morning. I'm Taylor Wilson and this is five things you need to know Monday. The thirtieth of December Twenty nineteen a reminder. You can follow us us at today. podcast on twitter for all things five things plus other great. USA Today audio content that's at USA Today. podcast now on the show. The yeah you started a man accused of stabbing at a New York. Hanukkah celebration has pleaded not guilty. The thirty seven-year-old identified as Grafton. Thomas pleaded not guilty to five counts of attempted murder and account of burglary after carrying out the attack with a machete on Saturday Saturday. Night witness Israel Klaus describes the horror and the children ran out and I came in I On the west side of the same I saw his sword. I was short. He's GonNa kill everyone. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was clear this weekend and when he said the attack was a hate crime and terrorism we have the toughest hate crimes law laws in the United States of America. And we are going to enforce force them to the full extent of the law. We have to change the laws to call this what it is. This is terrorism. It is domestic terrorism. Cuomo also noted that the attack was at least the thirteenth incident of anti-semitism in the state. Eight in the past few weeks and the anti-defamation League reported near historic levels of antisemitic activity in twenty. Eighteen and investigation is is ongoing the NFL regular season came to an end on Sunday. Meaning we now know the full playoff picture in the NFC. The forty niners win over the seahawks on Sunday night. Football earned them the top seed and the packers will get the other first round by with both teams at thirteen and three in the opening round the sixth seed. Vikings will travel traveled to New Orleans and the three seed saints at Thirteen and three the saints. Become one of the best teams ever not to get a Bi and the same thing happened to a thirteen eighteen and three saints team in two thousand eleven elsewhere the four seed Eagles will host. The five seed seahawks. The Eagles had a rough season until a perfect four wind. December earned earned them the East division over in the AFC the ravens and chiefs get seeds one and two and first round. Byes the sixty titans. We'll go to the three seed. Patriots creates who gave up an opportunity at a guy with a loss on Sunday and the fifth ranked bills will travel to Houston to play the number four Texans as for the action in the League on Monday. It could be a rough day for some so called black Monday. The day after the end of the season is when some teams fire hire their coaches Carolina and Washington have already done so as the Cleveland browns and others will likely follow USA Today. Sports Lorenzo so raise has more on some future job openings. The Freddie Kitchens era is over in Cleveland losing to the Bengals was just the icing on top of the most disappointing brown season season since. Well maybe ever Jason Garrett likely won't be too far behind cowboys will enter uncharted territory with your franchise looking for you coach. And it franchise quarterback and top machine without long term contracts. Expect turbulence and change this off season and big d the giants and Jaguars may also be making king changes according to USA. Today Sports Mike Jones for more follow at USA Today NFL on twitter. Next up northeast is bracing for snow snow and ice a system. I dumped rain in the West and then snow in the Mid West. Now it's marching toward the eastern seaboard according to accuweather senior meteorologist August. Alex says now ski. The Front will reenergize over the next few days in the northeast with it. Heavy rain will head to the mid Atlantic with snow and ice expected good. For parts of New England that means holiday travelers this week could see delays and other problems in New York and Philadelphia rains fog and high winds. Since are expected. We now know who will be playing in college. Football's national championship game. LSU and Clemson but there's plenty more boil action into bite into this week beginning on Monday. Four Games are in the cards. Capped off by the Orange Bowl with ninth ranked Florida taking on Number Twenty Four Virginia. Monday night right. If Florida wins that could finish with eleven wins for the first time since two thousand twelve and Virginia is looking for their biggest bowl victory in school history tune in at eight. 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Full Episode: Sunday, August 23, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

11:55 min | 9 months ago

Full Episode: Sunday, August 23, 2020

"This is ABC news tonight. giving. Thanks for joining us on this Sunday I'm Tom Yomas, we begin tonight with breaking news the twin hurricane threat closing into the Gulf of this hour to potential hurricanes expected to make landfall about two days apart Hurricane Marco taking named I after lashing away at southern Mexico the Category One storm expected to make landfall along the Louisiana Coast Tomorrow Tropical. Storm Laura over the Caribbean and gaining strength knocking out power to. Two hundred thousand customers in Puerto Rico Laura now blamed for several deaths in Haiti and the Dominican Republic the storm could also hit Louisiana's a hurricane by Wednesday and hurricane hunters. You see them here flying into the storm today the coast now bracing for unprecedented event back to back hurricanes taking aim at the same state just forty eight hours apart ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano in New Orleans tonight to lead us off. Tonight the Gulf coast. Ready for a one two punch destructive storms. Tropical Storm Laura. Through Haiti killing at least five people floodwaters causing this home to collapse that American republic also taking a devastating hit killing at least three people they're desperate residents rescued by vote in Puerto Rico at one point two, hundred, thousand without power. Now Hurricane Marco taking aim as the threat to the lower forty-eight skirting Cancun Mexico New Orleans in the crosshairs of the first hit, there's never been anything we've seen this before where you could have possibly to hurricanes. Hitting within a mile of each other over over a forty eight hour period the Mayor Grant, I'll issuing a mandatory evacuation as a national guard loads, large sandbags and stacks them along the coast expecting a six foot storm search colleges in the area already impacted by covid nineteen. Now forced to take more precautions on a two lane campus they put up these temporary structures like this dining hall so that kids can spread out during covert nineteen and he's massive classrooms that are pretty sold at university says are built up the cat three standard, but they're not taking any chances turn storms. You're holding classes online hurricane hunters flying into the storm in Louisiana Governor. Warning back to back, storms could leave residents without help for days and the first seventy two hours is on you. And that is because. The second storm comes in so close that there may not be much of a window. When we can search and rescue helicopters are let's get right out to rob who's in New Orleans, tonight tracking both of these storms rob good evening. Good evening Tom Remarkable situation continues to unfold and continues to change with the forecast. It's go over where these storms are Marco and Laura about nine hundred miles apart Laura's the bigger one marco, the smaller more fickle one and more difficult forecasts and obviously it more imminent threat with hurricane warnings that are posted for southeast Louisiana Tropical Storm Warnings for Cuba and tropical storm. Watches for South Florida with Laura the forecast track for Marco bring it to the Louisiana Coast tomorrow afternoon as a Category One storm, and then brings towards Texas weakening as it does. So on Wednesday, it will be heavy rain which will likely flood the city of New Orleans and a storm surge especially east of the center of two six feet now Laura hot on. Its heels will go south of Cuba and get into the Gulf of Mexico. By that time, we do expect some development that could be very intense coming on shore as a category to potentially a category three somewhere in Louisiana or the Upper Texas coastline on Wednesday this potentially could be to hurricanes hitting the same two states over just two days Tom All right rob. Marciano tracking at first landfall tomorrow as early as tomorrow Afternoon Right Rob. Thank you. Also break intended the catastrophe unfolding in California new images of wildfires burning homes to the ground. Two of the largest fires in state history destroyed more than one million acres, thousands of lightning strikes, igniting hundreds of fires with more lightning increasing danger today, ABC's Kelly Heart Tongue in California tonight. California tonight still battling two of the largest fires ever recorded in the state littering dry landscapes with burnt-out homes and cars and new lightning storms are forecast to make a dire situation even worse you're going to see them abundant lightning gusty outflow winds up to fifty or sixty miles per hour if we get a direct hit. Many homeowners dangerously taking matters into their own hands I'm going down with the ship. I'm staying sprinklers on the roof of both by House in my barn. Saved a lodge in about twenty cabins below one house just burned down but officials warning residents not to be heroes who misses the mission today and they're trying to get containment line they're fighting fire with fire. With resources stretched thin crews doing all they can. How do you keep going a lot of adrenaline and a lot of? A lot of love for the job knowing that. If you sit down and you rest someone might not have a house more than fourteen. Thousand of those firefighters are tackling the hundreds of fires. Now burning throughout California, some of the states heralded redwoods falling victim over a million acres have been scorched an area larger than the state of Rhode Island. Condition. worsening. His loans. And Red Lightning strikes tonight Tom Kelly heart on the fire lines again tonight also tonight on the eve of the Republican National Convention President Trump responding to brutal criticism coming from his own family ABC news obtaining secret recordings of the president sister first reported by the Washington Post appearing to call him a liar and cruel and insisting he can't be trusted his niece, Mary trump making the recordings ABC's white. House. Correspondent Rachel. Scott is in Washington. Tonight a blistering portrait of the president from his own sister. Got Those doubts. The Donald Theriot In leaked recordings, Maryanne trump barry painting her brother as cruel in phony saying he's a liar who can't be trusted changes stories of lack of preparation, the Hawaiian only. With, they're doing with the kids at the border, the retired federal judge blasting the trump administration's family separation policy all he wants to Jews appeal to his base. He has no rinses. The audio I obtained by the. Washington Post is from fifteen hours of face to face conversations secretly taped by the president's niece Mary trump the first in his family to publicly turn against him in a new book you write that. When the president was tried to transfer from Fordham to Penn, he had someone else named Joe Shapiro. Take Sat's yes. This is nineteen, sixty four. How do you know that? I've been told this by people in my family Joe Shapiro's family is denying that allegation. But here Berry appears to backup some of her nieces claim. Take his fixings aims. And she. Is. The White House that's called those allegations absurd. Completely false the president brushing off the family grinding every day is something else who cares? and Tom the president's niece Mary trump has said she will do whatever it takes to get. Joe Biden elected her spokesperson says she started taping these conversations two years ago to protect herself from litigation, but the decision to release them falling just twenty four hours ahead of the Republican National Convention, Tom Okay Rachel thanks for that. We move on now to the corona virus pandemic president. Trump. Speaking just a short time ago promoting a new plasma treatment, he calls a possible breakthrough. You see you're more than one, hundred, seventy, six, thousand American lives now lost in the US the president just yesterday accusing the agency of d'alene possible vaccines and treatments until after the election when the FDA was asked, if there was pressure to approve this treatment president trump walked out here's ABC's Trevor. Alt-. Tonight president trump announcing what the White House calls a major therapeutic breakthrough in the fight against Corona virus the FDA issuing an emergency use authorization for convalescent plasma as a treatment for hospitalized Kobe one, thousand, nine patients today I once again, urge all Americans who have recovered from the virus to go to. KHURANA VIRUS DOT GOV. and sign up and donate plasma today. Please the president saying several studies have proven plasma is safe and effective. He had pushed for its approval in blamed politics for the delay I. think There are people in the FDA and actually in your larger department that can see things being held up and wouldn't mind so much twenty, four hours ago trump accused the deep state or whoever over at the FDA of trying to delay vaccines and therapeutics until after the Election Tagging Commissioner Steven Hahn who trump appointed last year today the two standing together in the briefing room Dr Han asked if there was any pressure on the agency to grant the authorization. On authorizes but the president and his team walked out many covid nineteen patients credit convalescent plasma with their recovery's like sixteen year old Frankie Quintana whose mother says he was gasping for air before his plasma infusion. It frankly didn't have the plasma I. Don't know what shape would have been in right now but plasma may only help after a person becomes infected and without a vaccine colleges and universities are trying to manage and prevent potential outbreaks look behind the scenes at the University of Arizona where the schools research labs have developed Kobe, nineteen tests that can process on campus ahead of the first day of classes Monday. Students like Chianti Williams moving in and getting tested. We're excited to come back and I the only thing people were scared of, is this the campus name? Colville anything else like that force people to go home early. and Tom Arizona officials are urging students to download a tracking APP called Covert Watch, which would let students know what they've been exposed to someone who test positive for the virus. Tom Trevor Thank you. Back now, with another soldier reported missing from Fort Hood Investigators Searching for twenty-three-year-old Sergeant Elder Fernandez his family believes another soldier drop them off at home last Monday his roommate says he never made it his car and belongings found on the base Fort Hood confirming there is an investigation into abusive sexual contact regarding Fernandez the army's searching for him but says, he quote May of left on his own accord now ABC News Exclusive David Muir and Robin Roberts sitting down with Joe Biden and Comma Harris the Democratic ticket, their first joint interview. I want to turn to the blistering attacks. We've seen from president trump just this week alone on your mental fitness whether you're up for the job. He's campaign is called you diminished. And I'm curious how you respond to that. Watch me. Mr President. Watch. Me Look at as both what we say what we do, what we control, what we know what kind of shape we're in come on this look I. Think it's a legitimate question to ask anybody over seventy years old whether or not they're fit and whether they're ready but I just only thing I can say the American people it's a legitimate. Question to ask anybody, watch me. Let's put the attacks aside then the American. People will remember Ronald Reagan was seventy-seven. When he left office, you would be seventy eight entering office and you have said yourself that you are a transition candidate does that mean a one term president? What does that? No doesn't even so you're leaving open the possibility you'll survey eight years. Early thanks so much for watching I'm Tom Llamas New York stay. Safe.

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