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Thousands gather at March on Washington commemorations

Markley and Van Camp

00:44 sec | Last month

Thousands gather at March on Washington commemorations

"Morse, we must answer the call of institutional racism. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee among the speakers at today's march on the National Mall. It comes On the 57th anniversary of the march, led by Martin Luther King Jr The anniversary comes amid a summer of nationwide protests and racial unrest following the death of George Floyd. It also comes amid protests after the police involved shooting of Jacob Blake, who was shot multiple times in the back. George Floyd died after a police officer pinned him to the ground by his neck. And the March on Washington today has been named by organizer's as Commitment March. Get your knee off our necks. Speeches today or at the Lincoln Memorial site of Dr Martin Luther King Jr is I have a dream speech and just blocks away from a memorial in King's

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

07:19 min | 2 months ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"And how we may be defined because there are a moment we have to be enormously feisty and I I never take a back seat. To fighting for my constituents in as I watched my other colleagues who likewise have moments of feistiness and Folks may come around issues that some people may disagree with, but then they don't see us in the normal day to day work when we're sitting around in meeting rooms with Republicans Democrats with. Democrats of all a political persuasions from left to right and in between and really getting things done they don't see if we were to talk about the HR forty bill that we have southerners on the. Legislation. Moderates we have people from all different regions and districts, and so what I would say to those people. is to give us a chance Sometimes, you don't remember when things are a year or two pass. So there are moments during the Obama, administration? that they were great moments of coming together on some international issues. Even though there was quite a bit of discussion the. Moments of frying to come together. There were moments with George W Bush. George. W. Bush, signed the Voting Rights Act reauthorization one of the most proud moments of my life but more importantly a great tribute to the Great. John. Lewis a man that in his fight for justice knew that there was something called the beloved community being hooted under him for the long period of time I had to serve with him. I use it a terminology quite often the beloved community, and in those words, I don't distinguish between someone's political philosophy inside my party or outside my party I talk of the beloved community all of us aren't together so to those individuals who stand back and watch and See us through clips on the news. Through social media that we're not engaged in that there those who wish to describe us I think what you have to do is by our work. So we be judged so it will be obligation responsibility to show the American people in large manner meaning enlarge. That we signed something that is of great help to all of them and That should not be a difficult task because there is a need We all no matter what persuasion we are should be concerned about our environment and we need to do the kind of legislation that brings people into the table into the tent as opposed to push him out because there's not one of us that doesn't enjoy or hasn't enjoying the beauty of America, the road trips that you taken just amazed at what a beautiful country is. Well, that's the environment and we all should WANNA save that we should all want to save national parks museums that tell the berries stories of our respective histories we should have went to be able to do that so i. We'll be able to do something that people who look askance sometime will be able to say, this is my country to. Win When Donald Trump is no longer the leader of the Republican. Party. Do you think Democrats should. Remember. How Bad It could get. The next time they. Try to attack or demonize the next Republican president a twelve. Sixteen years from now whoever that person is realized you know. It it's not as bad donald, trump. Thing all of America will have that as a point in history won't just be Democrats once we rise away from this. Of there will be a sense of. relief that will be so overwhelming we might be hugging Our. Worst enemy maybe. Someone we thought was worse enemy because we came through this together. and you know I don't speak about the president as a human being is loved. By his family has his friends, I only speak about policies and so dangerous policies have divided us it has hurt us. It has put us in this crisis. It has taken away a temporarily outstanding in the world it breaks my heart. To See, Americans responded to by our friends around the world. We've lost the moral compass to be able to speak with elephants about human rights that hurts me, because I'm involved in all those issues and so I don't think we'll ever forget of this time in our history and We will always have a measuring stick, but politics are let me just say democracy. By its very nature warrants that a will be in sometimes and not being another times but every president and every party should be an a foster, a promoter of democracy and a respect for the constitution respect for values. So I hope not to demonize anyone, but certainly a this remembrance. Think. We'll 'cause all of us to just work even harder. For. The Greater. Good and for the good of this nation, you do that and I think that we'll find that warm and fuzzy feeling again, which I really hope for the kind of feeling when you see the the young person walking in a military uniform proud and knows that it doesn't stand for war that uniform stands for peace his America has not. been an offender we've always been a defendant the kind of feeling you get. When your children crossed that graduation stage mostly the high school stage in college stage that things are going well or the first house or the first newborn. I just think that America has so much to be grateful for so much to celebrate so much to recognize that we have been given gifts of that other nations may not have though good i. think about seven better than anyone else. But we've been given a lot of gifts in this nation who would have ever thought that this experiment would last this long the only thing we need to do as. is to make. It better and better and better not great again but just continue to work a toward America's goodness so that not only we enjoy her goodness, but the world enjoys a goodness beloved. At his a beautiful way to end it. Congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee. Thank.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

08:32 min | 2 months ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"He he he got attacked by some people on the left especially during the primary because he has been friends with Republicans he has. Touted his friendships with. Republicans who he's worked with in the Senate some some really bad segregationists that he worked with in the seventies who he said, he was able to get things done with. He's called Republicans good friends of his and he's gotten hit from the left personally i. My me as one soul voter. See that as a benefit. To be able to work across the aisle with Republicans but some people on the left don't like that. Does it concern you that that there is division within the Democratic Party right now that perhaps some people on the left will not see him as sufficiently progressive. Well Going back to my seeing of know pollyanna. Is All the songs of unity and remind you that he has had. A conversation. With Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders positive discussions they are openly supporting him enthusiastically He didn't have any problem with a developing a his. Friendship and legality with them. I. Was Part of sponsoring a unity a statement in the rules committee that was joined in by Bernie Sanders supporters, of course. And that as I am a biden supporter and that unity I believe was a very strong statement in the party faithful you need to get the party faithful and we did not see a crack in the armor while we were doing our rules and platform, and so I do think I wanted to give you comfort that in this time of trouble and Storm Democrats are going to come together. Yes. The president. If elected and sworn in, President Biden will have to address many of the concerns of different perspectives in the party. But I, know that his leadership will be based on policy and how it can best help the American people as a whole and I think they won't ask if the policies that are going to be very good for the American people and they will see that in his leadership. I'LL I won't ask you handicap. Anyone I won't put you in that position but I will ask you how important The pick is when it comes to or who, who, that will be when it comes to satisfying any particular. Group of voters do you think that it's important that his VP pick satisfies his own party or is someone who appeals to the moderate voters he needs to win in some of these swing states? While everyone we don't know who the vice president is going to choose. But what I will say to you is that everyone whose name has appeared I've view them as outstanding. Americans, and public servants. And everyone that I've heard that had been interview. Their commitment has always been I. Want Joe Biden elected president. whether I am. Running across the country helping him out or serving as his teammate I. Think. He made a mistake by setting expectations that he would choose a woman. I think now I think it was from his heart no-one when made him say that? Makes Joe. Biden say anything I think it was you think It has a beautiful why Dr Jill and He's got some granddaughters and one for grants Ran children, and I. Think he said it from his heart I think he said from the historical perspective of his heart and that's a good thing I think well by think he's Do you think he's going to upset people if he doesn't pick a black woman. Everyone that I have seen. You can tell me you could just tell me. They want to see Joe Biden. Win. It is obviously the case that no matter what we do is public servants or candidates that we'll have a those who will feel. differently. So what do you have to do? You GOTTA STAND UP? you gotta straighten everything straightened out and you've got to actually engage with the voting public share with your story. But let me tell you that not the end of the story. This is a moment when the rise in diverse communities for women. To different ethnic and racial diversity. Racial groups is larent- and I believe of the administration has a wonderful opportunity. To have a diverse cabinet of the unique proportion. Barriers. And that should be the statement of America that we have people who are different. From different communities placed in the government serving the entire nation, that America, it's Fairmont that wish showing to the world. I've got great school questions a million dollars to give away. Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Let's go. Get Ready. One of the most popular game shows of all time is coming to audio up as a podcast. It's the easiest game show on the planet. All these grownups have to do is answer grade school level questions and prove that they are smarter than a fifth grader rest in you're wrong on somebody whose hands probably smell like Plato. It's the easiest top. Funniest. And most embarrassing game show ever. Are you smarter than a fifth grader listen on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Hey everybody. It's been higgins and is Ashley I, and where the host of the. As podcast I was the bachelor and know firsthand how dating twenty five people at one time is not easy and I was on the show a timer to. Four Times, but I met my husband. So I'm proof that the process works. We do interviews with the cast members creating the headlines. We go in-depth about their experiences on the show and we get juicy details that they would never air. We break down the episodes each week and give our insight into the drama. Believe me it's not always how it seems. We're able to give you the insider perspective since we've been there. Four Times the Bachelor cast doesn't just stir up drama on screen. Their personal lives are always making the pages of the magazine and we update you every week on these topics and we know pretty much everyone. So we're reliable source listen to almost famous on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever your podcasts. It's certainly way time to have a female vice president female president. Female Defense Secretary. We've not had state secretary of the Treasury. Positions early we're. Positions that have not been filled by women are a lot more positions that have not been filled by people of Color by women of Color Certainly. But but do you think that when he says very specifically that the vice president will be a woman that the next? Again. I love this but but I'm asking the question anyway when he says that the next Supreme Court justice seat will be filled will be appointed. He will appoint a black woman. Sign me up. That's great. But do you think when he says that that it rings to some voters in the mid West especially white voters Who voted for perhaps Obama but have switched over to trump or maybe they haven't voted. Democrat in a while despite agreeing with Democrats on policy. But because there's there's a Lotta politics of personality, there's a lot of identity politics nowadays, and if they hear the next Supreme Court justice will be a black woman. The vice president will be a woman and should be a woman of color. Do you think that there are white men who say wait a second Democrats are trying to? Take. Away the privileges. That I feel are owed to me, and therefore I'll never vote for them Indian. There will be some back late. But let me try to..

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

06:53 min | 2 months ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"Hi, I'm Holly Fry I'm Tracy Wilson and together we host a podcast called stuff you missed in history class which, as you may suspect by the name cumbersome topics that you might not have learned about in school maybe you didn't personally maybe it just wasn't covered. So we talk about lots of women, lots of people of color lots of people who fit under the LGBTQ I a umbrella we publish episodes every Monday and Wednesday with a Minnie's owed on Friday and a classic every Saturday you can find us on the iheartradio APP at Apple podcasts or wherever it is you listen. Hey everybody it's been higgins and is Ashley I and where the host of the almost famous podcast I was the bachelor and know firsthand how dating twenty five people at one time is not easy and I was on the Shell, a time or two or four. I met my husband. So I'm Peru at the process works we do interviews with the cast members creating the headlines and we know pay much everyone. So reliable source listen to almost famous on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. It's Thursday August sixth. In, the mid nineteen nineties and early two thousands there was a bit of a tradition amongst congressional aides, the House of Representatives. A large glass jar would sit on the desk of a staffer in a congressional office and whenever Texas Congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee would give speech on the House floor. Staffer, who's desk held the jar would be required to drop a quarter in the jar and then pass it on to a fellow staff members desk. Each time the congresswoman spoke from the House floor another quarter would be deposited and the JAR Journey on to its next destination. According to the rules of tradition, whomever's desk held the jar on the day that Congresswoman Jackson Lee did not speak from the House floor would win the pot and collect all the money. Congressional. Staffs all over the House of Representatives Democrats and Republicans alike were known to participate. The congresswoman was so prolific in. So consistent that some office jars became too full and too heavy to move around. Rumors circulated of hundred dollar payouts and jars. So full of quarters, the contents could pay for lunch an entire congressional office. Congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee has never been accused of being shy. She has at times been polarizing known for her aggressive and pointed questioning of witnesses and committee and our willingness to take her political opponents to task. But in her twenty five years in Congress. She's also been ranked by multiple publications as one of the most effective legislators in Congress. I'm clay aiken and this week politic con welcomes one of America's most outspoken and influential members of Congress to discuss the state of political discourse in the midst of a national pandemic. And her hopes and goals for America this November, and beyond. Thank you so much for. Joining US doing this. I am so delighted. Put, your. Lasso, around me we say in Texas but I'm glad I told me in how that? Well I'm I'm glad to how is how is Houston? Doing in this? We're all in this together in different parts of the country, but Houston row house. Cove and I know I. Don't know if you're on the east coast or west coast but I know you all have gone through it. I can say that we're still in some very challenging times I'll I'll motion our movement today is trying to get people into the testing sites I've always believed testing testing testing but we are a Texas is now number one in terms of The number of cases meaning three, hundred, thousand, plus so when we look at the map. We are the dark dark red in particular, and in our area we suffered five hundred three deaths. we're at fourteen new death. And we're at seven, hundred, nine new cases in fifty, two, thousand cases over. So we're not going down the only thing that's going down. We had a twenty percent infection rate and we now have a seventeen percent. Well small small victories are there places in the state that are doing worse than others in Texas so big is it happening you sing growth or or increases in more rural parts or is it mostly increasing in urban centers as there is? Is there any evidence that one part one type of areas doing better or worse? I think in in my review of certainly what we've seen is that Kobe nineteen is not a respective urban or rural, and it certainly is growing in our rural communities than. They have less access to medical facilities, which is very challenging and we're very concerned about but also south Texas has felt the brunt. Particularly with the disparities impacting both Hispanic Lat next and African, Americans are in a very devastating manner. So for example, last week, you had the county judge of a dog county putting in a voluntary stay at home order because we can't get the authority from the governor that we'd like to get, which is for the governor to give authority to the local jurisdictions make determination based on science that same county was asking for oxygen, and Overall, they were asking for more medical professionals and so I know that just recently in mcallen. Thank goodness and I've been pushing for that along with their. Congress people we work extensively weld together but I know that they've just gotten a sort of mash unit from I believe the Department of Defense. So they've gotten additional medical teams coming down to be able to be helpful. So we're we're in that mode right now we're we're in the crisis mode of still trying to. Continue to bring the hospitalization down the ICU down the reason why they needed to get a temporary hospital in mcallen area because all the bids fulfilled in the hospitals and It's it's that kind of atmosphere that we end people are resilient to the extent that we've got great medical teams working very hard. I've opened twenty-one Colbert testing sites are the first one was March nineteen. And I'm very fortunate to have been able to collaborate. With, a small hospital really has exponentially grown leadership on testing we just opened our last one we try to do it on the weekend and we have some that. been continuing from the moment they've opened in an others. What we do is we come in a for a day to three.

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DOJ Inspector General Investigating Federal Agents' Actions In Portland And Washington, D.C.

iHeart Podcast Channel

01:31 min | 3 months ago

DOJ Inspector General Investigating Federal Agents' Actions In Portland And Washington, D.C.

"Should the feds be able to take action? To protect federal property. Should the president be able to send federal agents to protect federal property in cities like Portland, Oregon, For instance, or other places Absolutely 100%. The president should be able to use federal forces. Ah law enforcement to protect the assets of the United States of America. There is, though, that about it. Late Last week we had the inspector general for the DOJ announced that its office had opened up an investigation into the use of force by federal law enforcement agents against the protesters, some of them peaceful. Many not in Portland in Washington, D. C and the probe was launched in response to a referral from the US attorney general in Oregon, Billy Williams. Each side came to the hearing. Armed with an agenda. There's no doubt about it. The others, obviously a big problem When Sheila Jackson Lee loves George Floyd with the and puts George Floyd in the same boat is Michael Brown, That is ridiculous. It is inaccurate. Michael Brown was trying to rip a gun out of the hand of the officer. In Missouri. When Michael Brown was shot. So there you have it. I mean, just it devolved into just a total crap fest on Capitol Hill today, and the Democrats were far worse. Then the Republicans

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Rev. Al Sharpton delivers powerful eulogy at George Floyd's Houston funeral

Charlie Parker

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Rev. Al Sharpton delivers powerful eulogy at George Floyd's Houston funeral

"Well George Floyd was laid to rest in Houston yesterday and speaking of the service the rubber now Sharpton says the systemic racism needs to be beaten in America adding it took a specific kind of person depresses me again someone's neck for almost nine minutes under the law is open and people know they will go to jail big old keep doing it because by wickedness in high places Houston congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee compared the forty six year old's death to Jesus being up on the cross saying he was sent by god to make good out of evil Floyd's knees called Lloyd's killing a hate crime and said she wouldn't let his death be in

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`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may twenty fifth after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more eight minutes and forty six seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may twenty fifth after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more eight minutes and forty six seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may twenty fifth after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more eight minutes and forty six seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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Coronavirus relief bill passes House, but will wait days for a Senate vote

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Coronavirus relief bill passes House, but will wait days for a Senate vote

"Relief and beers Amy held reports the Senate is now expected to take up a bill after it passed the house in a late night bipartisan vote after extensive wrangling lawmakers passed the bill just after midnight earlier president trump tweeted his support of the families first coronavirus response act signaling Republicans could sign on it provides for free meals to students stuck at home paid sick leave for workers and attempts to address the shortfall in testing for the virus here's congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Democrat of Texas the main thing that we must do is we must have every single American that is showing signs or needs and what we have in this bill is to provide free testing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expressing cautious support for the bill saying he believes senators on both sides agree swift action

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Democratic congresswomen wear white to Trump's address in honor of suffrage movement

Sports Central with Greg Matzek

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Democratic congresswomen wear white to Trump's address in honor of suffrage movement

"President trump is set to leave the White House any moment now to make this short drive to the capital for a state of the union address less than a half hour from now and waiting our house Democrats to impeach him and Senate Republicans who will acquit him tomorrow members of Congress are filing into the house chamber ABC's Monaco Serevi is there and she's with us live motor good evening evening Aaron that's right at first sight you immediately your eyes are drawn to the group of democratic lawmakers who are wearing white the democratic women are wearing white just as in years past of course in honor of the women's suffrage movement and what's also notable is that in honor of black history month members of the congressional black caucus like Texas congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee also wearing can take call center I I think right now we do have to what I will let you keep quiet ABC's

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House Judiciary Committee to vote Thursday on articles of impeachment against Trump

5 Things

01:44 min | 11 months ago

House Judiciary Committee to vote Thursday on articles of impeachment against Trump

"The House Judiciary Committee. We'll get back together on Thursday and we'll likely vote to send articles of impeachment for a full House vote put. The committee will vote separately on each article abuse of power and obstruction of Congress accusations around president. Donald trump that he abused his power whereby pressuring Ukraine to investigate his political rival Joe Biden and he's accused of then obstructing by directing his staff to ignore subpoenas on on Wednesday lawmakers continue to bait impeachment proceedings. Republican ranking member. Doug Collins argued that Democrats are attempting to impeach trump. Because they don't think they can beat him in next year's election the real legacy of this impeachment hearing will not be the removal of Donald Trump is president in fact if anything they see the majority for what they are on three year vendetta to get someone that they couldn't beat and they're desperate to do it before he beats him again next year but Democrats continued to say that the president it end violated his position of power congresswoman. SHEILA JACKSON-LEE I. President trump violated his oath of office by placing his personal and political interests. It's above the national interest by scheming to get Ukraine to investigate a potential election opponent. Second President trump retrain the national interest by withholding vital congressionally congressionally appropriated security to beleaguered and besieged ally facing armed aggression from Russia. America's implacable foe before final votes. That Committee on on Thursday will consider potential amendments at that point Republicans could attempt to remove or limit accusations but Democrats Outnumber Republicans twenty eighty four to seventeen on the panel so they're expected to control any contested votes

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Yeah then if I can leave you with this one theme that seems to be lost and that is what you have seen what the chairman has guided the committee in doing very effectively is to establish the misconduct of the presidency of the United States or this president I think we cannot lose that and on Wednesday it became more embedded not only in our record but should be in the psyche of those who are looking and listening and will see it over and over again can people cannot ignore the persistent and continuous misconduct that we're investigating Sheila Jackson Lee cereals will help us delve even further into other aspects of misconduct the journey of an impeachment inquiry or not impeachment inquiry is that when you determine that there is misconduct you then move our two article one and you proceed section two clause five and then you proceed with the idea of articles of impeachment we're not running away from articles of impeachment we're building it on the trail of misconduct that was evidence very deeply on Wednesday and now we're going to make a journey that also includes don McGann if he does not comply will be subject to jail time and fines this is yesterday was yesterday we're now moving further in to the deepness of the investigation on the misconduct of this administration right just running to answer very clearly yes this and we're crossing a threshold absolutely when you think about the the the the mode that we were operating under before it really was an oversight function we're now crossing a threshold with the filing of this of this with this filing and we are now officially entering into an examination of whether or not to recommend the articles of impeachment so it's we have crossed the threshold I just wanted to make that music you're looking leave office he's five house I don't know with all the.

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Chuck Schumer, New York And US discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Chuck Schumer, New York And US discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

"Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer of New York says he supports a bill that would create a commission to study reparations for the descendants of enslaved black folks in the U. in the US stopping to reporters at the capitol today saying racism is the poison of America and said that more must be done to address the country's legacy of racial inequality Texas democratic congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee introduced a resolution that would create the commission to explore reparations last month the house committee held the first hearing on the issue house democratic leaders they plan to vote hold a vote on this resolution was going no where in the Republican controlled Senate where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is

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Sheila Jackson Lee, Jackson Lee And Kellyanne Conway discussed on America's Morning News

America's Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Sheila Jackson Lee, Jackson Lee And Kellyanne Conway discussed on America's Morning News

"A democratic Congress woman is accusing the department of homeland security of a cover up in response to an inspector general's report that found poor conditions and what it called a dangerous overcrowding at Texas border stations Sheila Jackson Lee is a senior member of the house committee on homeland security says she's accusing the department she oversees of a cover up as she made her comments Monday after touring the Clint border facility which has been criticized for its treatment of migrant children here is issue a Jackson Lee and we will hear from White House counselor kellyanne Conway in a moment I want to tell you

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President Trump Says He'll Pause Deportation Raids for Two Weeks, Awaiting Immigration 'Solution'

The Trading Group Show

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump Says He'll Pause Deportation Raids for Two Weeks, Awaiting Immigration 'Solution'

"President Trump's put on hold immigration police, rage, and major cities, originally planned for today after house speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke with the president Friday in return. The president says he wants Democrats Republicans to work together to resolve border and asylum issues. A suggestion from congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee, Texas democrat, we need the administrative officers, we need the immigration judges. That is what the president can do in the administration can do right now. Congressman MAC, Thornberry, Texas, Republican, the challenge is, if there is a lawful deportation order, that is the law of the land, and it is the job of the executive branch in our system of government to enforce

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Pretty quick as opposed to four hundred for England. And we built it into our into our founding documents to get rid of did. Yes, we did. I mean we put in the constitution. What stop international slave trade? Eighteen o eight to stop. Right. And then that would least confine it domestically and then work on it from there, which what they did. And, and into say that the people who founded, this great nation weren't in large part against slavery is being completely dishonest because what was it gouverneur Morris? What did he, he mocked the south, you know, because the south wanted the slaves is counted for representation. Well, what about those people though Keith who wanted who wanted to deem that black people were worth three fifths of a white person? But, but what about those, those hateful hateful, ignoramus racists, who decided that the worth of a human soul was just three months? Of their fellow beings yet, but I, I love I love how the north was like, okay. Well, if their property then let's just count all the chairs in the south. Yeah, exactly. I mean you can't have it both ways. So please don't be intellectually dishonest Sheila jackson-lee. And again, for those who don't know the three-fifth clause. And maybe just joining us for the first time ever hearing, the three fifths clause discussion, the three fifths of a person was not that was not assigning value to a person. Nope. That was four cents that was for the census, and for counting people, and they wanted there to be less people counted in the south so that it lessened their power base. They're gonna have less representation, if they have less people. This who wanted one to one wanted every slave to count as a person, it was a compromise to keep the union together before it, even started all the abolition is wanted them to count zero. Yeah. 'cause that was the argument will if you're going to your property, we should count your chairs too. That it was making a point a really solid powerful point. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. All right. Let me tell you about patriot mobile, so many of us feel frustrated and powerless, when we hear the news, every day, the politics of this country, most of the media's left wing, of course. Conservatives are being silenced online, even big.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I told you that Sheila jackson-lee is leading the charge in a congressional hearing over reparations. This idea that we're somehow going to pay black people. And punish white people, which is so incredibly destructive to race relations in this country. But that's what we're here to do. We're here to tell white people that they're devils, the way Maxine Waters declared at a democrat event for the California Democrat party, a few years ago. We're here to explore and celebrate black racism against whites. So Sheila jackson-lee. At the reparations hearing had the following to say, go ahead. Thirty one percent of black children. Live in poverty compared to eleven percent of white children. The national average is eighteen percent was suggested the percentage of black children living in poverty is more than one hundred and fifty percent. That's all. More than one hundred and fifty percent. That's. More than one hundred fifty percent of black children living in, I'll Yvette alone. So. But I want to move to another issue. The reparations hearing is an opportunity to get Danny Glover because he's a movie star to come down before congress and talk about how black people need to get paid. And since we remember him from a lot of movies, then he must know a lot about how to solve the problems in our society. So this is what congress is spending their time on now. I don't know if this is related or not. But Sheila jackson-lee as leading the reparations charge and her staffer was just sentenced to four years in prison. For doc thing Republican senators during the break Cavanaugh hearings that is giving out their home phone numbers, their addresses, exposing their families to grave danger trying to give out their medical records. These are all very serious crimes. This is information her staffer came by while working for the federal government in her office, where he has access to this. This is Hillary Clinton level stuff. You know, releasing federal secrets that could cause someone a great deal of pain. It could allow one of these nuts, like the guy who shot up the softball field almost killing Steve Scalise. It could allow one of those nuts to be able to get to these people and bring great harm to them, but that's not why I tell you this story. That guy was sentenced. Jackson Cosco was sentenced to four years in prison for what he did. But I'm going to read to you the article by the Washington Post where they forgot to tell you that he was working for Sheila jackson-lee while this happened. I wonder if maybe it wouldn't look good. If you saw the same day that Sheila jackson-lee claiming one hundred and fifty percent of black kids are in poverty. And that her staff member was being sent off to prison that might hurt the reparations case and the reparations case is how we're going to get black voters to show up and vote for the white democrat who's going to be the nominee next year. So listen, carefully and notice that Sheila jackson-lee name is never mentioned in this headline ex Senate staffer sentenced to four years for dachshund, GOP, senators in cavenaugh confirmation fight a US judge on Wednesday sentenced two, former Democrats Senate staff member to four years in prison. Wait a minute. He's a former democrat staff member from six months before he did what he did which was the crime the point at which he committed the crime. He was a democrat congressional staffer for Sheila jackson-lee, and they don't want you to know that a judge on Wednesday sentenced. A former democrat Senate staff member to four years in prison for a burglary and hacking campaign that culminated in the single largest known theft of electronic data from the Senate, and the posting of private information about Republican senators on the internet. Jackson Cosco twenty-seven of the district pleaded guilty in April two dachshund the senators after being fired by one Senator and growing angry at others while watching the September twenty seventh Senate hearing that addressed sexual assault allegations against then supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin. Oh, that's funny. This makes him seem like a disgruntled, former Senate employees when, in fact, he was actively employed by democrat, congressman at the time he did this, and they know this Costco, subsequently.

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House Judiciary committee holds hearing to discuss slavery reparations

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

House Judiciary committee holds hearing to discuss slavery reparations

"A house subcommittee. Here's from supporters and opponents of reparations for descendants of slaves. Texas congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee is a sponsor of the Bill. Only this group that can singularly singly. Claim to have been slaves under the auspices, the institution, and leadership of the United States government author Coleman. Hugh, says the idea addresses the wrong needs black, people don't need another apology. We need safer neighborhoods and better schools. We need a less punitive criminal Justice system. We need affordable healthcare, and none of these things can be achieved through reparations for

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTOK

"They w with us. Hi, mark. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to respond to what you're saying about the trend of democracy. And democratic government is going where I see it's going is that political parties need to be recognized as political religions. So we have a truce we agree to keep these out of government. And what I've been pushing for a democrat, but I'm a cost to, to I I've been pushing my own party, you start putting healthcare doing it yourself as your own benefits like the Catholic church, producers don't programs and does not affect public policy. The Democratic Party could do the same with that belief about right to healthcare in Saint sex marriage. All that could be a separate group and not have to depend on government. So that's what I've been timing for as a cost to enlist. To stop discriminating by Cree by pushing beliefs of government, that I believe are unconstitutional to do. And then you mentioned public housing and the beta problems. I wanna I'm from a district Sheila jackson-lee district that had a campus plan. We passed a law to reform public housing, as a sustainable campus. And I've been proposing to replicate this model along the border, so people who want to fund schools, and healthcare, you can do so with your taxes and let other people in the military, so we can we separate our taxes, like we do with religion and allow people to fund their own and quit trying to dominate government with us. So if you go to earn the amnesty dot no, no, no, no, no. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. I don't quite to grasp that today on this, but the first line was actually quite good, because the idea that in a in a secular age politics becomes a religion and the police. Ical actually in historic times. It's quite good. It makes a lotta sense to look at political differences, in the same way that religious schisms were back in the back in medieval times, to say it's the same kind of thing. And in fact, in the absence of religion politics, so climate change. Whatever does become your religion. I tell you. Well, let's go to Mary in Mansfield Ohio, because we don't we don't. Emily with maybe a nice lady, but don't come on here, and, and do a URL because people pay to advertise on this show. That's what's the number one show and and, and said, let's go to Mary, and Mansfield, Ohio. I was in that beautiful theater that cloud abo-. The it's go played go to beautiful thea today's famous, I think Mansfield Mary, correct me if I'm wrong, it's full, the, the, the, the big movie with Morgan Freeman, The Shawshank Redemption was. But, but, but what I like about it. I played that lovely theater, you have downtown where Clara bow the it's go played in the nineteen twenties. And as the it's boy I was meant to play a couple years back, Barry. I forgot what I'm talking about that. What's, what's do you by Barry lovely child, though? I had a great time that it is a beautiful time. That was the renaissance cedar that, yes. Absolutely. You made a comment about how the activities that the democrat party is attempting to do right now was attempting, and they were attempting to swarthy will of the people, but I believe the democrat he what they're doing as encouraging. I believe that the Democrats see the twenty sixteen election as the will of the people because it was based on electoral college and not on the popular vote, though. I think that the democrat believe that they are standing up for the will of the people. Well, you don't know the thing about that. They say that, and the reason and the reason they say that is because they fail that if it had been on the popular vote numbers of two thousand sixteen Hillary would be president. But we don't know that if they wasn't for example, right now, you have very high, ton out in small states that have prominent in the electoral college, like New Hampshire, for example, has a high on out because it's perceived to Matt and because people camped out there for a year before the election at the same time in big states like California, New York. A lot of Republicans, then Bo the voting because there's no point you vote. Wasted. It's a big waste of time. Nobody actually knows how if you had saying, Austrailian system where everybody has to vote. Nobody actually nobody actually knows how popular transgender rights all all publicly funded abortion, all these other things would be if actually one hundred percent of people voted. So I think Mary, I take your point. But I think Mary, if you had a popular vote, the Democrats who assuming a lot to think that they present a positions where they won't single payer healthcare, where they want boys to be able to walk into Gaul school showers where they think that cauliflowers in community gardens colonialist, and racist. I'm not sure that fifty one percent of a straight up vote is going. We go in for that, Mary. I hope not. I hope you're right. Well, I hope so too. And thank you very to be that. What was it again? The renaissance in Mansfield. Yes. Right. Right. The renaissance theatre in Mansfield, and I'm sorry that I Bob things because I was very nervous. No, no. You don't. You don't need to be nervous. I was completely nervous when I was on stage at the renaissance I bombed that night, it was a disaster that you could really stunk up the joint of his terribly flawed. But you don't want to be worried about being notice. Mary, everyone is nervous once in a while. That's actually an interesting point. That's the other thing, by the way. It's not just that I with respect Mary, I think this actually does support my theory that we're moving to how have you wanna put it? I would put it. I would put it in the context of the rest of the west is a post democratic order in America, you might want to call it a post constitutional order. But what I'm saying is that the systems that have basically been accepted, for a couple of centuries now, the elite sustain no, no, no, those systems if they produce results, we do not like a 'illegitimate'. And so in that sense the attack.

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House Judiciary Committee votes to hold Barr in contempt of Congress

Steve and Ted

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

House Judiciary Committee votes to hold Barr in contempt of Congress

"Give us a dog fight on Capitol Hill as the House Judiciary committee decided to charge attorney general Bill Barr with contempt of congress voting along party lines Democrats on the House Judiciary committee voted to hold attorney general William bar in contempt after the Justice department refused to turn over an unredacted copy of the mullahs report ahead of that twenty four to sixteen party line, contempt vote President Trump asserted executive privilege that air Tatum judiciary committee, Democrats like congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee, a president is now exerting executive privilege over every aspect of life. Republicans like congressman Mike Johnson of Louisiana, say Democrats don't want the truth. This is all about the next election. It's about raw partisan politics. Our democrat colleagues have weaponized are critical oversight

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People are again talking about slavery reparations

Morning Edition

03:16 min | 1 year ago

People are again talking about slavery reparations

"The subject of reparations for slavery has now entered the presidential contest democratic candidates repeatedly asked about this subject. Supporters of some sort of reparations often point to the fact that the United States has paid them in the past the legislation that I am about to sign provides for restitution payment to each of the sixty thousand survivors, of course, former president Ronald Reagan there with that law the nation, formerly apologized to Japanese Americans for their internment in World War Two and provided token monetary compensation the debate over reparations for slavery is our topic that we're covering this week s Cokie segment and commentator Cokie Roberts is here with us. I koki. Hi, David first listener, we have a MandA Trammell. She wants to know whether all this talk of reparations is something new there ever been a serious discussion about reparations for slavery in the pet. Absolutely. A former congressman John Conyers introduced legislation in every congress from nineteen eighty nine. On to establish a commission to study and develop reparation proposals for African Americans. It was reintroduced on the first day of the current congress by Texas congresswoman, Sheila jackson-lee, some form of what you might call reparations actually dates back to the end of the civil war when general Sherman promised land, freed slaves that came to be called, forty acres immutable like many such promises it was later, broken slave owners and the district of Columbia, however were compensated when the enslaved people in the capital refrained before general emancipation will we have another listener it's Eggers. And she wanted to know what has happened to all these other efforts to achieve reparations have attempt for reparation happened before in the US. Well, as you said earlier in nineteen eighty eight a law was passed giving living Japanese Americans who had been in intern not their states twenty thousand tax free dollars each but more important to the supporters. Of the Bill was the formal apology by the government and in nineteen seventy one the Alaskan native settlement act gave native peoples to title, more than forty million acres of land and did establish a fun to somewhat compensate them for lands and rights. They had lost in nineteen Ninety-three. President Clinton signed the apology resolution to native Hawaiians for overthrowing the islands. Monarchy cook, I'm just curious have all the efforts that we've seen or talked about been federal or have there been local or other kinds of of reparations. Well, we saw last week Georgetown University students of voting to establish a fund for the descendants of the enslaved people at Georgetown who had been sold by the university, and you have states and some cities that have in fact, inactive reparations, but for very specific wrongdoings. So for Jinya, for example, pay the survivors of its forced sterilizations program and granted scholarships to the residents who have. Been denied in education when the schools were closed during the fight over immigration, Florida gave a substantial sum to the victims of the nineteen Twenty-three horrible rosewood massacre where an entire African American community was burned to the ground. But David there's so many other atrocities that are still being

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What Trump proposed in his 2020 budget

Pacifica Evening News

05:12 min | 1 year ago

What Trump proposed in his 2020 budget

"Grilled President Trump's acting budget director a day after he laid out the administration's four point seven trillion dollar budget, which pushes the federal deficit passed one trillion dollars. Trump wants more than eight billion dollars for the barrier with Mexico. He's also asking for a big boost in military spending, that's alongside steep cuts in health care and economic support programs for the poor the plan also retains the huge Republican tax cuts for the wealthy and the richest corporations that the Congressional Budget Office has projected will add one point nine trillion dollars to the deficit over a ten year period. Massachusetts Democrat Seth Bolton. Pressed acting budget director Russ vote on the consequences of that tax cut. I'm just curious how. How many of Mr. Trump's eight point six billion dollar walls? Could he build with one point nine trillion dollars? I haven't done the math on that more than two hundred twenty two hundred twenty two hundred twenty miles two hundred and twenty of his full walls. Now just to compare that to some democratic priorities. What do you think one point nine trillion dollars would do for education funding in the United States that make a difference in our kids lives? We believe this this budget fully funds. What is necessary to continue to educate? Our children. Washington state congresswoman Paul pointed to the massive increase in military spending proposed by Trump, including a huge increase in the overseas. Contingency operations also known as the Pentagon's slush fund in this budget. How much does the president proposed cutting the department of defense department slush fund in in twenty fiscal year? Twenty we propose increasing the how much are you proposing to increase it by increase it up to from sixty nine billion to one hundred and sixty four billion. So you're proposing to increase the slush fund that has been called that by the president's chief of staff, and by our our chairman of the Armed Services Committee by one hundred and thirty eight percent to one hundred and sixty five billion over twenty nineteen jay-paul noted that last fall, the Pentagon failed its first ever comprehensive audit and asked whether it shouldn't come into compliance before. Trump grants it more higher spending levels. Democrats also denounced the massive cuts in health care. The Trump budget proposal, including one and a half trillion dollars to Medicaid and eight hundred forty five billion to Medicare over the next ten years, Texas, Democrats Sheila jackson-lee said the budget targets the most vulnerable Americans this budget attacks the most vulnerable in this nation. It is unequal and wealth. The tax scam is still the most powerful undermining of growth and prosperity in this nation by pushing money toward the top zero point one percent or the top one percent and leaving those who can add to the economy along the highway of despair this budget will not go. Texas democrat Lloyd Doggett twenty two cuts in federal education spending with reference to education, I'm greatly troubled that at a time when we face a physician shortage, a growing shortage you propose to eliminate all of the loan forgiveness programs that are available to get those physicians as well as law enforcement and teachers and under served areas. This is a great step backwards as are your cuts in student financial assistance, Silicon Valley congressman ro Khanna pressed vote on cuts to federal scientific agencies. And you're cutting the National Institute of health budget by four hundred four point nine billion dollars. Is that correct? We ha- we bring the national institutes of health down to about thirty three billion. You see why I mean not trying to be parties? So DC's why some people may think that you don't believe in science and technology when when you're cutting the National Science Foundation by a billion when you're cutting the national. By four billion, which the Republican congress by the increase two billion last. Democrats accused Trump of going back on his campaign promise to protect Medicare after he introduced the two thousand twenty budget the calls for steep cuts in Medicare payments to hospitals. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the budget embodies longstanding Republican ambitions to make Medicare wither on the vine Pelosi said in a statement after exploding the deficit with his GOP tax scam for the rich President Trump is once again trying to ransack Medicare, Medicaid and the health care of seniors and families across America. This budget says promises kept said Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of New York balderdash.

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John Dingell, longest-serving member of U.S. Congress, dead at 92

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

John Dingell, longest-serving member of U.S. Congress, dead at 92

"Former Michigan Representative John Dingell, the longest serving member of congress has died, Texas congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee says the democrat was a staunch advocate for the US auto industry and civil rights. Don was a great American a great man, and certainly a great congressperson integrate legacy because his family had been involved in the United States Congress. If I recall correctly, he was actually a page. His father was a member of the United States Congress, and he truly upheld this. Institution with great love. John

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTRH

"But those were their heads. The big boys. So you like big boy less. There were a lot of white people going out of their way to say how much they like big would seem the little bit too much seemed like they were trying too hard because I didn't see anything. He did that was that great other than that coat. Huggy bear coat with something. Now, can we wear can we wear animals again? You know? I noticed it a number of people. Commenting that the Super Bowl wasn't fun. And I don't think they knew it wasn't fun. They just knew it wasn't fun. And Popo on the Super Bowl has become its own activity. Right. You know, I'm really enjoying this. This is a delightful Super Bowl with all sorts of entertainment presented for my enjoyment. I don't I don't think. That's that's not the cool thing to do. But I think what people don't realize I it's hard to capture. And quite quantify. But I think what's happened is what what we're witnessing is the death of enjoyment. The death of laughter. You have to there has to be a degree of trust between two people to be able to laugh. If there is distrust there is no comedy. There's no humor. You. Instead, you have your dander up. Your your your defy you're in a defensive posture. And I think we're going I think people are going into every activity like this waiting to either be offended or see who is offended. And even people that aren't public people are watching things like this knowing that no matter what they witnessed and how much they enjoy it. What they're going to hear tomorrow is it Sheila jackson-lee upset over a Pepsi ad. Remember the ad when when Sheila jackson-lee was upset. By the way, what's going on with Sheila jackson-lee and the charges against her. Isn't it interesting that we're not getting the daily updates like we do everything else? She does. This woman brought a case against her. Saying that she reported a rape. And that Sheila jackson-lee fired her as a result of it. That's a really big deal. How about miss women's empowerment? This is not the first employee. She had an employee who is legally blind. Not good. Oh, but an employee that was legally blind that claim that that she made life hell on her because she couldn't she had reduced vision due to her blindness, and that was his individual that was disabled and Sheila jackson-lee was harassing her. She's had interns for for profiles that have been done for congressional quarterly for the Houston press for I think the hill did one there've been multiple multiple reports on how she treats staff that the awful things she does some of which rise to the level of of being criminal. And then she's named the worst boss to work for out of four hundred thirty five congressman multiple years. I think that I think somebody needs to pay attention to this. Where is the media unearthing the daily reports of what's going on against Sheila jackson-lee, or is this going to be swept onto the road? It certainly seems ridiculous that Pepsi would utilize this kind of humor. It was not humorous. It was demeaning. That was Sheila jackson-lee, she didn't like the Pepsi commercial a few years ago, and it was very important as a member of congress Shaar opinions matter as a member of congress she needed to step up and speak out against the commercial at the Super Bowl that should not be playing because Sheila jackson-lee opinions should be known on every issue out there. We we all need to know, what Chile jackson-lee thinks about everything, including the fact that Texas is bad..

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTRH

"Have never seen Sheila jackson-lee behave in this manner. I've never seen her refused to give a public statement and go on air. Whether to defend herself, not first time, she'd been accused of things whether to defend herself or stake her claim. And I've never seen her resigned from a position. This woman is power hungry. Every year. I was on city council. She would she would leak the information that she was running for mayor. She would want everybody to think she was running for mayor. So she could get more attention. She would leak information. She was running for the Senate Eissa laugh. French fine run run against K Bill Hutchison. They let's see how that works out for you. Sweet. Sweetheart that that that'd be fun to watch for her to resign from to public positions. Like this very public positions. For her to refuse to speak publicly for other members of congress. I'm gonna tell you this and you're gonna have to trust me. Politicians in Houston. Not just Republicans. But Democrats, especially they hate her politicians in DC hate her. But they're all afraid to take her on because she's mean vicious and she fights to win if they since she is vulnerable, and they can find a replacement. This is the moment. There's blood.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I I'm not saying that. But I do think a system that allows billionaires to exist. There are parts of Alabama were where people are still getting ringworm because they don't have access to public house. They'll think about that. There's something wrong with the system that allows a billionaire when kids in what was it Alabama, get ringworm. What's the correlation there? What's what's the causation? So somebody over here that makes in fact, I would say that most of the people listening in this audience right now, it is your fault that kids in Alabama every more. In fact, it's your fault. The kids in sub Saharan Africa don't have air conditioning. It's your fault. Because you see what you have. Is only taken at the cost from somebody else. This is the darling. Of our politics. Deep dude. Serious deep doodoo. Bless her heart Pearl, anti Maxine. Has anybody heard from Maxine Waters? Is she still alive Sheila jackson-lee where Sheila Jackson haven't heard from Sheila Jackson? Congressman Clyburn what about him? Were they were they all go. She sucked all the oxygen out of the room. And the sad part is. It's a vacuum. It's a true vacuum. And I think it's..

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTRH

"Sheila jackson-lee. It turns out they staffer for Sheila jackson-lee. Says she was raped. By man. Who worked high up in the democrat party? Said he invited her for drinks. Then they went to his house. She was texting her friend to the course of the evening saying help I need to get out. She thinks she might have had her drinks by because she didn't know where she was. She couldn't think straight. She woke up the next morning. She says the man was wrapped around her. And she said. Did we do anything last night? And he said, no, you just threw up everywhere. Well, if she threw up everywhere, he's probably not going to be all wrapped around her home. So she went to the hospital. They did a rape test on her. They found trauma consistent with rape. She ended up deciding. Two. File charges? She'd left she'd gone to work for Sheila jackson-lee. This guy was going to end up coming in Sheila jackson-lee. This woman goes to Sheila Jackson lease chief of staff and says, this is what she says, we don't know this to be true. But it's what she claims. She says she told him that this man raped her. Then she says Sheila jackson-lee fired her. Now, of course, Sheila jackson-lee won't lose her position. Of course, nothing will ever come of this. It's not the first time a staffer has claimed this sort of treatment at the hands of Sheila jackson-lee their entire articles about it one by Tim Fleck. That's the best one ever written called driving machine when he was running for the Houston press when I think he did some of his best work, but there's another one by the congressional quarterly. I think there's one by the hill look up Sheila jackson-lee, bad boss abusive, and you'll hear all sorts of stories. She also claims that she was required to draft Sheila around and that Glenn rushing sheila's chief-of-staff said that one of the reasons she was fired was because her car wasn't nice enough. She lets older to get to buy a nicer car. Congressmen are not entitled to a chauffeur and their staffers are not required to drive them around certainly not on personal errands. But it has been since Sheila jackson-lee was on city council. I took her position on city council and has been since she was on city council. There have been allegations of her using staff to go pick up your dry cleaning and run her errands and do things like this. She is by all accounts, a truly awful mean human being. And guess who she's being mean to blacks, usually black women one of whom claims in one of the articles about her that she referred to her as the inward? Another one that she humiliated her in front of her parents when our parents came to Washington DC to visit awful awful things. She has been alleged to say. And do. You'll remember that she had hired the employee who was dachshund the senators releasing their children's names their health information their private addresses that guy worked for her story. After story of this clown Sheila jackson-lee getting away with this nonsense. And who's standing right next to the sheriff. When little seven year old. Jasmine Barnes was murdered who's standing right next to the sheriff right here in Houston. The sheriff of Harris County and announcing that we need to call this what it is a hate crime. And then it turns out it wasn't a quote, unquote hate crime. It was just your average run of the mill black on black murder, and they said, do you feel bad that you said that? And she said, no no there there. There's no feeling bad. If a child has been killed there. No, none of this applies and she'll probably be on the evening news in Houston today. Screaming and hollering about something. Who knows Lord knows what and she will continue on. And that's the game we play in this country. But people aren't stupid people understand why she'll never be removed from office. People understand why. But they don't like it you want to know, what makes people mad that Sheila jackson-lee will continue to do things like this, and that the laws won't apply to her and the rules won't apply to her, and she'll still be in congress, and she'll still be on the evening news tomorrow and the next day and the next day and the next day in the next day, and people know what's going on. And this is what leads to the anger in this country. You can make people play by the rules, but she can't make them like it. You can you can make these rules that Sheila jackson-lee can get away with whatever the hell she wants. And that you can't you can make those rules and people will play by the rules. They will follow the rule, but they don't have to like it. And if you don't think that there is not a bidder anger in this country at this kind of nonsense, and I will tell you. That's why Trump got elected Nancy Pelosi playing games yesterday with the state of the union and everything was fine. And Trump said you know, what I can play their game as well as they can. And then some any did there's not another Republican alive that would have done what he just did. And you know, what I never would have felt this way before I'm glad he did it, Tracy..

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Sheila Jackson Lee is calling the release of hundreds of migrants by US customs and border protection. A humanitarian crisis asylum seekers were released into the streets of El Paso, the Houston democrat along with El paso's Representative elect Veronica Escobar toured see BP facilities in El Paso yesterday were an eight-year-old Guatemalan boy recently died she said the policies of the present administration. Do not answer the humanitarian crisis homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen just completed a visit as well and said federal courts need to enforce immigration laws and congress needs to fix a broken system. She to call the situation along the border a humanitarian crisis at least fifteen people are dead in Bangladesh. After election-related clashes police say the victims were killed as Bangladesh's were at the polls, deciding of prime minister Shaka's sina should stay on for a third consecutive term. The military was deployed across the country to try and prevent violence seen during recent polls. Asena has been accused of a thorough. -tarian ISM harassment of the media and human rights abuses, by her government Hilton says it has fired a security guard and a manager at an Oregon DoubleTree hotel for calling the police on a black guest accusing him of trespassing. Why are they coming off the property because what and I'm staying here? Not even more germane. Massey. Was staying at the Portland hotel last weekend when he was confronted by a guard while talking to his mother on the phone in the lobby Massey recorded the interaction and posted it to social media Massey showed his room key to the guard. But a police officer was called to escort him off the premises after the guard accused him of loitering Hilton said it terminated the guard and a manager also seen in the recording. After an internal review the chain issued a statement that the employee's actions were inconsistent with the company's standards into values. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio your.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You've got to diverse. Spaniard knowledge of today. Are you ready? Weren't you? How many new house I was at happy. And then you already before I before I breathed out the of Hannukah before I breathed out the Hannukah the C H of Hanukkah you already. We're already on it. I mean, you were you were ready. Eighty percent of worldwide jewelry. Is in America or Israel, eighty put. No, that's jewelry, jewelry, J W R Y, the Jewish people. Eighty percent live in Israel or the United States. That's not healthy. And I think that's partly because a number of Jews internationally do not feel safe in other countries. I think it's a point of great pride that they can feel safe in this country. And it's a point of shame. How many Jews have moved out of? France. Particularly Paris because of threats, and I think everyone knows where those threats are coming from. Now, we turn to the issue of president George H W Bush President George Herbert Walker Bush who passed it ninety four and over the coming days. There will be a funeral his body. Now lies in state at the rotunda. Where the president first lady will go over and visit about nine o'clock this evening. A number of elected officials will pay their dues. I got. I got an Email from somebody forwarded to me because they've taken me off their list, but Sheila jackson-lee announcing that she would she was heading to Washington DC today. So that she could pay her respects. I'm sure the Bush family has to just be delighted that Sheila jackson-lee is going to be coming and paying her respects. You may try to take. The lectern or the podium and give a speech ourselves. But I wanted to spend at least one segment, maybe two. One of the things I try to be conscious of is that many of you will have listened to a lot of other radio. And maybe some Fox News before you come to me. And so I don't simply want to repeat what I suspect. Those other outlets are saying I'm going to assume most of you are are kind of aware of highlights of president President Bush's life. I don't think the measure of the man can be taken by his four years as president. But I do find it. Interesting. The media while very keen to tell what a nice man, he was and he was. What a man of great character and distinction. Has not mentioned a single domestic policy success. Don't you find that interesting? You find that a little bit? Odd. Did he not have any? Or were his successes such. That they don't view them as success is even upon his death. We'll talk about that. Take you back to January of eighty nine to January of ninety three in the Bush presidency. Coming up. Michael berry show, if he doesn't say it. Yeah. Well. Down. Traffic.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Democrat Sheila jackson-lee very much. The nation loves its history. We in Texas love our history and today, I rise to encourage and to announce the legislation that reflects history. HR forty seven forty five to designate the emancipation national historic trail is a wonderful legislative initiative that reflects history in a state of Texas and throughout the nation. We're all reminded of the emancipation proclamation that was issued in eighteen sixty three. We know that they were areas other south that did not get the word that the slaves would be free for two years earlier this week. I celebrate the commemoration of the birthday of the audible Mickey Leland who died some years ago alongside of an Ethiopian mountain attempting to feed those struggling, but he believed in nationals. He believed in food insecurity to stop it. In honor of him reflecting on the history of our community. I ask my colleagues to sign onto HR forty seven forty five recounts the announcement by captain Grainger that the slaves or finally free in Texas and throughout the south west and creates a wonderful trail that all of us can enjoy that chronicles the story from Galveston to take Houston. This is legislation that says in America can accept all of our history. And I asked you to join HR forty seven forty five I yield back general eighty years back for what purpose does the gentleman from Wisconsin seek recognition. Here comes Paul Ryan. And extend my remarks. I just.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Threatened. You. The suspect. They arrested today. Jackson, Cosco note, Costco, not cost co twenty seven years old. He's been charged with these crimes making public your personal information witness tampering threats and interstate communications unauthorized access of a government, computer. Identity theft second degree, burglary and unlawful entry. So who is this guy? He. Most recently worked for Sheila jackson-lee democrat, Houston, Texas. There's conflicting reports if you read the Houston chronicle. It was initially reported that he worked for Sheila jackson-lee, the Houston chronicle, of course, doing the bidding of Sheila jackson-lee says that he's only an enter which is interesting because he's also worked as a legislative correspondent for Senator Maggie Hassan democrat in New Hampshire. He was a press assistant for Senator Barbara Boxer. And on linked in. He describes himself as a democratic political professional. Sheila jackson-lee is trying to distance himself herself as quickly as she can't. Well, he may have been in my office. But he was just an intern. Seems to me the Houston chronicle would like to dig into that. And find out. Well, was he working for you until it was discovered that he was the suspect? And suddenly, you changed him from an employee to an intern is the a paid intern using an unpaid intern exactly what.

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Kurt. So Mr. weeks. All those people Mr. heard. So we got Representative Sheila jackson-lee called slipping something to Ford's attorney, and yeah, I got a YouTube. Let's senior thing do they have the actual video. Is this a still shut? What is this? I well, I linked on Twitter. It was a Facebook somebody taken off the TV apparently. And by the way, turn the phone. So they're sitting there with a, you know, an HDTV, and then they they videotaped the thing with the phone the wrong way. I don't understand it. Okay. Well, this is just it's it's this is nothing. Hold on a second. Let me see if I got a better one. Yes. Is that Sheila jackson-lee passing something to? Well, they they missed it though. They just got to go back. Let's see. Yeah. She. I mean, it's oh, yeah. There's a it's looks like a white envelope. And he just puts it in. And he says thank you and put and then she looks around like hope nobody saw that. Does them. I need to ask her. What are you doing for one thing? What does she do there? It was interesting because the Democrats on the judiciary committee, the senators walked out, right? And there's a skeleton for what's his name. What's the what's the guy's name that lied about his Vietnam service, Blumenthal, whatever his name is. So skeletal is there and. Camera. And who else was there? It wasn't Cory Booker. It was somewhat. Oh, oh, it was my Geraldo. So she was there too. And then they're talking right? And they do their thing. And then they turn around and leave and Sheila jackson-lee walks up to the microphone, but nobody wants to hear from everybody's in the whole crowd starts walking. She's looking around going. Don't you want to hear from me? You know, I slipped him some money. And then you might want to hear about it. What is she slipped this slimy? Lawyer. Well, we can get into all that check to me. It's an envelope. It's you know, it's a small envelope. And maybe check or cash, I don't know one of the two what I mean. What would she be doing handing him anything? And just the way they're doing it. Usually when you get handed cash, you put it in your right? And if there's something all you need to see this opening up and look at it. Now, he just took it. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Here's your payoff. I guarantee this. What it is. Somebody needs to find out. You've seen it. Right. Yes. I just watched it odd. That's a payoff. It looks like it at eight. I mean, everything about it looks like a pale right in front of God. And everybody is it a drug deal. I don't know what it looks like your money. It's your money. So the developments today and some folks are just hopping man, I'm just telling you, this is a good thing. I'll explain. All right. Yeah. I'm just getting text messages for all sorts of folks, filling me tell you where your own everybody wants to tell me when I'm wrong and then ended up being right, and they go. Wow. You so right about that? Let me just tell you about the FBI thing. I've been telling you since at least yesterday that they need to go ahead and let the the dens win on this FBI thing. And the reason I tell you why is is because after yesterday morning there, and I thought the Brett cabin all went a long way in a racing. The Dow about him if they had held the vote right after the Ford lady spoke yesterday, there's no way he he wouldn't have gotten half the Republican votes. Because it was such doubt about him. The way he forcibly came back yesterday afternoon and fought back and was emotional about it and was mad, and you know, some people say, well, he got to know. I don't think you can get to force where were these people? This was just dirty pool. He he he was righteously indignant and justifiably so. And so he went a long way, but there's still this. He said she said thing, but really it's not because it's she said, and then everybody else said she said and four other people said, that's what it boils down to. But you can't get that through the thick skulls of a lot of people the American public because for some reason. It doesn't register with them unless at some of fischel FBI investigation. So the Democrats keep calling for an FBI investigation. Well, what in the world of the Republicans afraid of FBI investigation for there's nothing to be framed of it will only exonerate bread capital. And if it doesn't do you really want him on the court anyway. And if you're saying what he is. I do then something's wrong with you. If we find out the Brett capital actually, did this and has been lying about it. That's the last person we need to have on the supreme court because there are plenty of other folks who will be as conservatives Hedy is. We just got to find somebody then every flies on him. And I don't think he has any flies on him. But an FBI investigation, which is exactly what the Democrats want. And then what's gonna worst case scenario? We're going to delay a week. We're going to lay. Anyway, we were gonna delay. Or we were going to get a vote that was gonna vote him down because Jeff flake ain't there yet. Yeah. But why are we count talented Jeff flake because he's a Republican? And we gotta have his vote. That's why I don't like it any more than you. Do. I would love to be able to vote today. But I told you yesterday there's no way they vote today. And I'm talking about the full Senate. This thing had to get out of the judiciary committee, which it did on the condition from Jeff flake that they take a week for the FBI to investigate. What does the FBI going investigate? Exactly what they've investigated from the committee. And what are they gonna come to a conclusion over exactly what they've come to a conclusion with the committee that she said she was at this party? And then everybody who she said was a department says they weren't at a party. There wasn't a party. They have no idea what you're talking about. But this will come in the form of an official FBI investigation. Just like the Democrats have demanded. And then when they demanded and there it is what are they going to say. Then what I know? Well, they're to try to say, well, we need to delay this. And then the American people will know for sure what these people are up to see you and me we're in the now, we know what they're up to. But a lot of American people don't pay that close of attention. And so they're out there wondering, well what's wrong with an FBI investigation. And I'm going well at the end of the day. Really what is wrong with one because you're going to get the same result? It's just going to be packaged in an official pack is at everybody understands. And I'm talking about everybody else. Not us. We already understand what's going on. This is delay delay delay derail. That's what this is about. But. It beats the heck out of voting today. And the guy not getting the nominee or the guy not getting getting cleared Ford. So you give them a week. We take off. We just kick back. We wait for the FBI to do their thing. And what do you think they're gonna find they're gonna find exactly what we found before that? This woman has come forward with an accusation that cannot be corroborated substantiated. We we have matter of fact, it's even worse than the people who she says can corroborate the story say it didn't happen. And then this is put together in an official investigation from the Federal Bureau of investigation, just like the Democrats wanted, and then you say, okay, your investigation came back. And you're and that's where I would say your investigation came back Democrats. And guess what? Your investigation says it says she's lying now let's vote and then the cloud is taken away from his head. And some of you are thinking, well, it doesn't really matter. But it does let me tell you. Why does because if you take the cloud away from it, it takes a campaign point away from these people they will be out there fundraising on Brad Kavanagh? We put a rapist on the supreme court would if you take that issue completely away from them, which I think in FBI investigation will then they don't have that defined raise on into gin up their support. You can get all these people all ginned up in all excited about voting against the Republicans because they are horrible people because they put a rapist on the supreme court. If we have an FBI investigation that says that everybody says what he says, and this one woman says what she says you can't make that accusation stick with the American people. You just can't right now, you got a good chance of making it stick. Because it'll look like the Republicans are ramrodding this thing through even though this has been the longest we've ever waited for a supreme. Gordon nominee to be voted on. I'm just talking about perception rather than reality. There is no downside for the Republicans at this point. No downside whatsoever. He will be confirmed before the October session starts for the supreme court. And it's not gonna matter another week at this point. He's going to be confirmed. But this way he's going to be confirmed with no cloud over overs have because now we got. Yeah. Let me tell you quick story. And this I thought was a stroke of brilliance. My father when he was in congress. Had a problem with his they don't they didn't call them this. I get it was legislative whatever it was what they refer to now as chief of staff that in call them because only the president of chief of staff and other congressman call their top person that runs their office the chief of staff or whatever he was called. They had a problem with this guy because nobody in the office like them. So my father came up with a brilliant strategy because this guy was a dear friend, and it was actually somebody who had been around the politics been around his predecessor, you know, he was somebody that you that you really didn't wanna part in bad ways. So he says my father went to him. And he says, I get a sense we have a dysfunctional office. And I want you to hire a consultant to tell us what the problem is. Well, of course, the guy hires the consultants salted comes in. And says is this guy the guy who hired the consultant? And then my father's job was made easy. The guy hires the consultants, my father turns her over to him. He comes back where the results and says congressman it turns out the problem is me. And so I'm going to resign. And he said, well, I hate to see that. But you know, there you go and he took his resignation and they solve the problem. So now, we got the Democrats saying here is this is a miscarriage of Justice and the Republicans go, well, what do you think will fix it? Then NF I investigation. Okay. Well, let's do what your way. And we get an FBI investigation. The FBI investigation comes back and says guess what Brett Kavanagh's telling the truth from all accounts, we can tell now I know they're not going to reach a conclusion, but they're gonna come back with the same evidence that we've got now except now it's going to be the Democrats who asked for the evidence not Chuck Grassley, not Lindsey Graham, not Donald Trump. It's going to be their own doing they're going. They're demanding that the FBI investigate. So by gosh, we're able to the FBI investigate. And then the FBI comes back and says, here's the deal. This woman says his party took place in this action took place at this party. These other four people say who she says, whether the party say they were never at the party. And one of them says she's never even met Brett cabin. All that's our conclusion. Now, you take what you want. And so then you give it a Lindsey Graham and Lindsey Graham stands on the floor of the Senate because I told you I know Lindsay. And Lindsey's got his flaws. But he's an excellent lawyer. He knows how to present this stuff..

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"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sheila jackson lee" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"So what does congressman Sheila jackson-lee office say she was handing the attorneys. They say that it was just some unopened stationary from women who wanted to be in the hearing. But could not be in the hearing. That sounds flimsy to me. I mean. Yeah. I mean, the she's leaving. At that point. She's done her testimony. She's she's out the door. She's van moose. She's on her way back to California. I mean, we're we're there are a bunch of women outside just waiting handing her stuff like give this to the lawyer or something. I don't know. I don't know. Kevin opening statement, or at least part of it is worth hearing. Because. In a courtroom. One of the ways that you judge the credibility of a witness. Is how they react. To this day. It's still one of my favorite things to do. Whether I'm debating. Lufti nutjob or having an argument with somebody is to make a statement. That I know is going to somehow get them riled up. And then shut my mouth. And watch the reaction. Mr chairman. Ranking member Feinstein members of the committee. Thank you for allowing me to make my statement..

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"The Justice Department and our FBI have to start doing their job," Trump says at Indiana rally

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

"The Justice Department and our FBI have to start doing their job," Trump says at Indiana rally

"And. Local at eleven o'clock I'm James Stanley President Trump is once again. Threatening the Justice department if it fails to take the, actions that he's demanding the president gave the warning while speaking at a rally, in Indiana Thursday night our Justice department and our FBI have to start doing their job and doing. Right, and doing it now People are angry people are angry What's happening is a disgrace and at some, point I wanted to, say out but at some point, if it doesn't straighten out properly I. Want them to do their job I will get

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