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"simone biles mckayla maroney" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Negotiable for women to make choices about their own bodies. Unless unless we're mandating you put a vaccine in your body. Then sit down. Shut up, and and I don't want to hear about you being a woman. Yeah, Then it's not your body. It's not your choice, And it's funny How Harris and all these other Democrats will come out there and talk about this as if women had no role in writing the law that they're decrying. That law was written by Shelby Swanson State Rep is a woman here in Texas. Um, I spoke to her just a couple of weeks ago. And she is profoundly pro life and people should read and listen to Her story. She's profoundly pro life because her mother was diagnosed with several complications that threatens the baby she was carrying. And the doctors even recommend an abortion. Well, that baby was carried to term and what the doctor surprised with healthy and is Shelby flossing. So she survived processes that the doctors recommended to kill her. Um, so there's a woman that Democrats should believe right if they truly believe all women, but they clearly don't Believe all women. They have canceled Shelby's Lawson's contributions to that law, and they're canceling Simone Biles, McKayla, Maroney and the other abused list right now, because they're not listening to them in the O. J didn't even bother to show up. The whole line of believing all women and respecting all women from the Democrat is just political posturing and ally. It's not the truth. No kidding, and I don't like the fact that and Socialists do this a lot. They claim to speak for all minorities claim to speak for right. All women when really not every woman out there believes in slaughtering Children in the womb for their own convenience. Brian Preston, He's a veteran folks. He worked on the Hubble telescope, and he's actually written a book about it. It's called Hubble's Revelations will get to that here in a minute. Uh, massive border invasion. Fox News yesterday, reporting on one aspect of this around the port of entry. Where that bridge is. What does that mean? It means our drone can no longer fly and show those images. It's a two week T F R And according to the FAA, it's for special security reasons. Special special security reasons Magically, the FAA says, You can no longer fly a drone that is able to show the American people. The unmitigated public health crisis. Humanitarian crisis that Biden is creating on the border. Yeah, You know what this looks like, is a blatant abuse of power. Yes, A started licensing drones. A few years ago, Back when I was flying a drone for one of the state agencies here, the FAA started requiring licenses for them, and it looked even then, like it was a bit of a power grab. And a bit of a Let's find a way to make some revenue, you know, Sort of like, you know, when you get a ticket and some of the speed trap towns, Uh, you know, they're just trying to raise revenue, and that's what it looks like the FAA was doing clearly now. This licensing has given him the power to ground drones that are politically inconvenient. That's not what the licensing was supposed to enable. But when you give government the power to do this They take this power very often and I know that Congress is going to be looking into this. I was in contact with the congressman's office last night about this. They're gonna be looking into this, but you're not going to stop this administration from power grabs. This is what they do, and you know you can, especially when in the Congress as it's divided right now, the Republicans can't do a whole lot about it other than noise. Um, I think what they should do is when they get power again after the midterms next year, they should look at this whole licensing scheme that the came up with an undo it. Unwind it. If you're going to abuse this power, if you're going to let the president used you to abuse this power, you don't have the power anymore. Take it away from them. You're being a veteran. I did want you to weigh into on another aspect. It's been in the news, general White rage Millie, uh as and the way the administration is responding to this and just today, uh, responses, saying General Milly's phone call to communist China was when the scope of his job However, they're not addressing. And this is what tells me we're onto something. They're not addressing the German issue, which is Did Mr Millie pledge to tip off? Communist China. If President Trump had ordered military action against China did. He pledged to do that? If so, many people have said it's either treason or conspiracy to commit treason. Let's say you, I say General Milley was well outside of his bounds doing that. That was not his job to tip off potential adversary that we're going to attack you clear about one thing Trump would never, ever intending to attack China. The whole the whole idea that he was going to do that is Insane, absurd, ludicrous. It was not on the card that was not happening, but familiar to have that position. That he's going to undermine the president of the United States. In what would have been an international crisis. He needs to put those take those four stars on his shoulder and put them on the desk and leave. And I've been saying that for a while before we ever knew anything about these phone calls. And now that we know about these phone calls to that's just one more reason he needs to go with him to stand trial as well. Yeah, I have been on record as saying full blown court martial if This is true. And I have to point out that that Donald Trump when he was accused of impropriety, released the transcript of his phone call, and it exonerated him. I think General Milley ought to be man enough. And maybe his superiors ought to be man enough to release the contents of that call the show that nothing was improper. This is fully within the scope of his duties. Last thing you have written a book called Hubble's Revelations Without G eking out too much on me. It was, it was revealed this week. That the image is the spectacular detailed, beautiful images we're getting from Hubble is they're not color there. They're sent, according to one right up their scent as black and white. And they're, uh, accentuated their enhanced for the viewing public. Can you just in about a minute, just detail what's really going on there in a minute? That's very difficult. Um, hello, has a multitude of cameras on it and has had a bunch of cameras on it over the years. What comes down from the telescope from these cameras is data that has to be processed. And in some cases interpreted. I bristle at the word enhanced because that suggests something steak is going on. That is not the case. But what is the cases? Depending on what kind of object you're looking at? The colors may be different if you're looking at an image of a galaxy or pointed, for instance. What you're seeing is generally what the I would see if it was there. So if you're sitting outside and drama and you look at the photo that Hubble has right down to the drama that's pretty much what you would see, Um, depending on which camera you're talking about it talking about the visible light cameras. The Planetary nebula are a different class. Because what you're looking at there are typically colors that are used to depict what gases are in those clouds. So you're I would not see what Is being seen in these images the way you see them, but the details all real in the gases, and the wavelengths are all real. So that's why bristle at the word enhanced in many cases also like for the helix going to look, for instance, you're looking at a mosaic of images that was taken over time because the aperture on the camera Is smaller than the object. So you take the music together to get the entire nebula? Yes, Okay. Depends on what kind of object you're looking at. I get it. I get it because some of these images wouldn't be visible from the for the naked eye. And so they have to be. They have to have a visual representation, so you can imagine what you're looking at. I understand what you're saying. Brian Preston, You're looking at planets and Galaxies that is typically what the human eye would see Brian Preston. He's a veteran folks. He worked with NASA as you can hear, and he is the managing editor at PJ Media, although that is changing, and we will detail in future interviews. Just what's changing on that, Mr President? Thank you for your service to the country And as always the appearance on the South side, Osho. Thank you, Chris. And keep being the liberals of Latino that you have always been. Keep. Keep it up, man. Yes, sir. Thank you..
"simone biles mckayla maroney" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The F B I first heard of the allegations that this Nasser Creep O was abusing these girls. In This summer of 2015 was the fall of 2016. When they started investigating in that period in between where for some reason, they sat on it. They believe Nassar abused 70 more young people, 70. People who will never be the same. Yeah, It's just unbelievable. While the organization for which they labored USA Gymnastics the U. S Olympic Committee, the FBI I'll just man shrugged their shoulders thought. Wow, That'd be uncomfortable to uncover as are you sure? Yeah, I don't think so. Come on. It's just astonishing and disappointing and sickening in the rest of it. So three of the gymnasts and you've probably seen them on TV. You know their names. Simone Biles, McKayla, Maroney and Ali Reisman were testifying in front of Congress yesterday, and we're gonna play you some of their testimony. Let's start with the, uh one note on Simone Biles. And during that whole weird period during the Olympics, where she pulled out of event after event and the mainstream media was calling her so brave, so brave for being honest about mental health and the rest of it. It was weird, and there was it was a non sequitur saying I don't have it anymore is not being brave. Um Now she's saying she's out and saying the expected to compete in 2020 and be done not 2021 to have to go back to the grindstone as it were and work and train and live with the trauma, blah, blah, blah for one more year. The reason I did it. Is I wanted to be high profile enough still, that when we testified before Congress, it would make a splash. Now, if that's true, if that was her mission, I don't know how the mainstream media would have known that And if they did, they would have said so I think, But if that was truly what she was about, and that's why she hung on till 2021. That's pretty damn admirable anyway. Um, let's start with Simone Biles clips 60. To be clear. Sorry. Take your time to be clear. I blame Larry Nassar heard and I also blame. An entire system that enabled and perpetrated his abuse. USA Gymnastics in the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee Committee. I knew that I was abused by their official team doctor long before I was ever made aware of their knowledge. So they knew it and sat on it, okay? Lovely. Here's McKayla Maroney in 61, if they're not going to protect me I want to know. Who are they trying to protect? What's even more upsetting to me? Is that we now we know that these FBI agents have committed an obvious crime. They falsified my statement, and that is illegal in itself. Yet no recourse has been taken against them. The Department of Justice refused to prosecute these individuals. Why, and that is a known fact. Because the FBI director referred to that you had an FBI agents not only sitting on the case, which is unconscionable, but When you take that next step of falsifying changing stuff and documents to try to cover your ass. It's Oh my God, That's not a crime. We can't prosecute that. There are more details to her story, but I think she may hit him in this next clip. This was very clear cookie cutter, pedophilia and abuse. And this is important because I told the FBI all of this and they chose to falsify my report and to not only minimize my abuse but silence me yet again. She badgered the FBI. This guy is molesting me. I need to make a statement and and they ignored her for ages than they finally took her statement, then sat on it and did nothing with it. And then when the heat came down, as Jack mentioned, they falsified what was in that. I mean, that is it's we're not talking about. You know somebody who's selling unlicensed cigarettes across state lines. We're talking about child rape. And as we mentioned earlier, there is one FBI agent that it turns out, was applying for a job with US gymnastics. So that may have played a role in not wanting to rock the boat, which is also unconscionable. Yes, talking to him about a post retirement gig. And so you know, he wasn't gonna stir up any trouble. It sounded like a meal ticket. Fabulous. Here's Ali Reisman. It is crazy for me to try to wrap my head around. All we are asking for is that when a child goes into gymnastics, or goes to school, or does anything that they can be spared abuse and the fact that we have been treated like adversaries by so many organizations, and our abuse has been diminished. We've been victims shamed online over and over again. We've been Gas that we've been made to feel that We don't matter. I never want another child to feel that way again. Let Ali Reisman continue, Michael. Special agent in charge of investigating Nasser met Steve Penny for beers. To discuss job opportunities in the Olympic movement. Another FBI agent work with Steve Penny to determine jurisdiction without interviewing the survivors. I've watched multiple high ranking officials at U S. A. G U. S. O. P. C and F B. I resign or retire without explanation of how they may have contributed to the problem. Some of whom were publicly thanked for their service and rewarded with severance bonus money. And then FBI director Christopher Wray can command says he said yesterday he's deeply and profoundly sorry. I'm sure he is. I don't doubt him there and that they're you know, taking steps to make sure this sort of thing can happen again. But I don't believe it. I just I don't believe it. Why would those women believe it? It's just so freaking frustrating nobody and whether it's Afghanistan or pick your topic. Nobody ever pays a price for either sucking at their job or criminally sucking at their job, like, you know, consciously knowingly sucking a job. Nobody ever pays a price for it. Right? Yep. So McKayla Maroney who we heard from offer details of being sexually assaulted by NASA, including an incident in Japan 10 years ago, when she was 15 years old. She thought he would kill her that evening. She says, Quote I was naked completely alone with him on top of me. Look molesting me for hours. Why didn't she report this host? That's right. She did. She did. Simone Biles did Ali Reisman did over and over and over, the gals testified about their experiences condemning the FBI and the sports overseers for letting Nasser continue to see patients even after authorities had been told what he was doing. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said the FBI's handling of the Napster case is a stain on the bureau. Clearly also, Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal described the FBI investigations as a systemic failure. Yeah, but I think yesterday was probably the high mark for scolding the FBI and this will just go away and we'll move on down the road. And is there anybody that paid a price for this other than Nasser himself? Did anybody lose any money or spend any time in jail? Anybody? I mean, people had to leave their jobs, but Whatever. Not no, not jail. The guy was just forced out of his job. Um, what was the Christopher Wray? To his credit, I guess, although, you know, talk is cheap, said on no planet is what happened in this case acceptable. We're going to make damn sure everyone at the FBI remembers what happened here in heartbreaking detail. We need to remember the pain that occurred when our folks failed to do their jobs..
"simone biles mckayla maroney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It. But at the same time I want to warn you. It's heartburn. Making The testimony yesterday of these American heroes, absolute heroes. These are gymnasts who gave it their all basically from the age of five years old to reach the pinnacle of their careers and win gold medals on our behalf in our name at the Olympic Games. And they became household names. You know Simone Biles McKayla Maroney with her famous, You know, sort of disdainful smirk that she had in the in the 2012 was at the 2012 Olympics. I think 16 16. Okay. 2012 12. Of course, you know by now, this scandal would send it around the Michigan State University Gymnastics program, which is sort of the hub of USA Gymnastics. And this physician Larry Nassar, Uh, Years and years and years of pedophilia, sexual abuse. Uh, testimony yesterday about this story centers around mostly the FBI and the fact that this was all reported It was all reported to the FBI and the FBI did did worse than ignore it. Actually, here listen to Michaela Maroni's testimony yesterday, as most of you are probably aware I was molested by the U. S gymnastics national team in Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar. In actuality, he turned out to be more of a pedophile than he was a doctor. What I'm trying to bring to your attention today is something incredibly disturbing an illegal after telling my entire story of abuse to the FBI and the summer of 2000 and 15. Not only did the FBI not report my abuse, but when they eventually documented my report 17 months later, they made entirely false claims about what I said. After reading the Office of Inspector General's report. I was shocked and deeply disappointed at this narrative they chose to fabricate. They chose to lie about what I said and protect a serial child molester rather than protect not only me but countless others. This is so enraging and I want you to hear a little bit more from Miss Maroney in a moment, but Amber love for you to jump in here. Let's be clear. James Comey was in charge of the FBI during this entire escapade. I didn't hear his name mentioned much at all in the media or by any elected officials yesterday. And all of this, the buck stops with him. You know, the pristine giant of law enforcement in America has a higher loyalty. You know, James Comey. That was his book and the eventual movie made out of his book. But even more importantly, in this entire affair, one FBI agent has lost their job over this. One. And this is what drives Americans crazy that there is just no accountability, especially from the agencies that yes, we should hold to a higher standard right And it's impossible for people to be able to do that. When our institutions are caustically failing us. This is the same FBI that failed to bring charges against Jeffrey Epstein for a number of years, even when they had been told by multiple lawyers that they believe that he was still abusing young girls. So I mean, at what point does the FBI have to explain why they keep protecting child abusers? It's the same FBI who was given a heads up over the jihadists mass murderer who ended up shooting up a gay club in Orlando. It's the same FBI who had a heads up of the school shooter in, uh in Parkland, Florida and on and on and on, And this is not to bash the FBI. I love the FBI. I stand by the FBI. I want the FBI to be the pristine agency that it's supposed to be. Out of love for that agency. We must hold them accountable for their failures, their ongoing failures and of course, we also have to point out how much money how many members of the of the staff the personnel and resources were spent investigating the fake Russian collusion story that got all the oxygen And meanwhile, this kind of thing is happening on James Comey's watch. And Apparently, they were also too busy, you know, fabricating assassination plots and basically creating, uh, scandals and crimes where there otherwise wouldn't have been because they had all of these informants that they were planting within groups of Americans to try to make conservatives look bad. Meanwhile, they have these child predators and other despicable people running around there. There's been no accountability. We tell our kids if you're in trouble. Go to law enforcement go to the cops. They'll do the right thing. They'll take care of you. They're the good guys in the FBI at the federal level they're supposed to represent. You know, this is Elliot Ness, right? That they're supposed to represent the pinnacle of that law enforcement. Good guy. Mentality here is a vulnerable woman. Who, you know, she talked to the administration officials. They did nothing. She talked to the Olympic Committee. They did nothing. So she was so desperate. Melissa, Uh Maroni. McKayla, Maroney. Excuse me. That she went to the FBI. And here's what the FBI. This was very clear cookie cutter, pedophilia and abuse. And this is important because I told the FBI all of this And they chose to falsify my report and to not only minimize my abuse but silence me yet again. I thought, Given the severity of this situation, they would quickly for the sake of protecting other girls. But instead it took them 14 months to report anything when Larry Nassar, in my opinion should have been in jail that day. The FBI, USOC and USA G sat idly by as dozens of girls and women continued to be molested by Larry NASCAR. According to the I G report about 14 months after I disclosed my abuse to the FBI nearly a year and a half later, the FBI agent who interviewed me in 2015 Decided to write down my statement a statement that the I G report determined to be materially false. Let's be honest by not taking immediate action from my report. They allowed A child molester to go free for more than a year. Let's just be good. Let's just be clear here, and I'm honestly it's think about the courage that it took for For this young woman to come forward and do this. It's not easy at all, and she shouldn't have to do this. You know, you have a private session with a special agent of the FBI. And then the FBI takes it from there. Now. It's gone so far that six years later, she has to testify under the bright lights of the media. In Congress, but she wants to make sure people are held accountable. The bottom line here based on the story that she is telling more young girls, more Children were molested because the FBI dropped the ball and we did, uh, deserve to know why. Why exactly did this take so long? Why did they fabricate her statement? If that allegation is true Why were they seems like they were protecting a very, very bad man. And there are deeper questions involved. I think as to his association with the FBI, perhaps. Yeah. FBI Director Christopher Wray yesterday said the actions in connection of FBI employees are totally unacceptable. Fire them then, right. Do something about it. Don't just stand there and say this is unacceptable. We want names that there should be criminal proceedings against the FBI here, Um, also when asked directly by Senator Dick Durbin, How did this happen? Uh, Christopher Wray, director of the FBI, said, I don't have a good explanation for you. Fire Christopher Wray. It's your job to have an explanation. And if you can't come up with an explanation, then you need to step down. And we need to completely overhaul the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This is absolutely the tipping point. It is 6 15 now. W NL traffic.
"simone biles mckayla maroney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"It also protects against the unwanted touching of a person's hair that is Mayor Greg Fischer and one of the things I hope this measure does is educate our community, especially white members of our community. About the connection between hair and identity that has long been a part of black culture and the need to respect and protect the freedom to freely express oneself through hair. Similar pieces of legislation have been passed across the country. We're checking in now on U. S. Senator Rand Paul He's filing some legislation to repeal the mask mandates on planes. The Kentucky Republican filed the Travel Mask Mandate Repeal Act aimed at eliminating the mandate on airplanes, Trains subway Days and more in a statement. Paul claims the country has reached herd immunity, adding that quote in a free country people will evaluate their personal risk factors and are smart enough to ultimately make medical decisions like wearing a mask themselves. Arizona Republican Andy Biggs plans to introduce similar legislation in the House later this week. Haley Hansen. NewsRadio 8 40. Wh A. Yes, The CDC has yet to announce that the US has reached herd immunity. The senator was on with Tony and Dwight earlier this morning, you'll be able to hear that interview while on the podcast page WHS dot com a little later on today. We're just about a month out from schools reopening districts are still weighing the decision about masks in the classroom, The CDC says. Those who aren't fully vaccinated should wear masks. But the ultimate decision about any mass requirements will be up to individual school districts. Dr. Jason Glass with the Kentucky Department of Education tells w. K Y T. What we're likely to see is local decision making. Around. How what mitigation strategies they'll have in place. What layers of protections will have in place to keep schools from becoming transmission points for Covid 19, But not everyone agrees. Don Perkins is founder of a group called Let Them Play and You know if they want to master kids, mashed kids if you want a vaccine Vaccine. I said, I'm not pro one way or pro. The other. What I'm against is actually pitting kids against each other. Right now. There's no timeline on win school districts will make their decisions about the upcoming school year. I'm Suzanne Duval. A new report by the Justice Department finding the FBI delayed acting for more than a year against former U S gymnastics team doctor. Larry Nassar. He's accused of assaulting hundreds of his patients. ABC chief Justice correspondent is Pierre Thomas, a stunning report slamming the FBI for the handling of the allegations against Dr Larry Nassar. Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison for molesting hundreds, including some of the nation's most well known Olympians. Simone Biles, McKayla, Maroney and Ali Raisman. I hope that People can learn from what happened to us that this should never, ever ever happen again. The new pro from the Justice Department's inspector general, revealing FBI agents failed to respond with the urgency that the allegations required. Your next news update is at 11 30. I'm Will Clark news radio. A 40 w h A s now your chance to win.