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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"Well, a definitely, you know, as journalists will have to stick to the facts and we'll have as I said separate our emotions and our feelings and the way that we are as a citizen of Ukraine affected by this war from our report and of course in the opinion pieces we can say that if this is a report, we have to stick to the fast and try to present the objective what is actually happening and also give the voice to people to speak. That's what I always try to do in my reports. It's not me who is the protagonist. It's the people that witnesses who are there on the scene who are living into who are the protagonists of the story. And I was just briefly because we're getting to the end of the program is rather a big question for the end. But I mean, do you see part of your role as gathering evidence for potential war crimes prosecutions? Has that become the role of the journalist? Yeah, I've already been contacted by the United Nations investigative body conducting a war crimes investigations in Ukraine with regards to presenting evidence that I've collected. I do think it's really important. I agree with everything my colleagues said, particularly about speaking truth to power, particularly about impartiality, meaning that we have to call out lies as part of our job. And it may be being freelance, gives me the opportunity to not have to worry about what editor has to say to me. I'm sorry, it feels terrible to interrupt you at this moment, but I'm afraid that is all we've got time for today. And thank you to all my guests to Debra Haines from Sky News, Nick Robertson, CNN, Oscar G and Olga Tokarev, both freelance journalists and Francis scar are BBC monitoring. The media show will be back at the same time next week, but for now, thank you so

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"At the start of the war, Francis, you came on the media show and you told us how the Russians were reporting this as a battle to dean arts of high Ukraine, like Nick early on, you were advised to leave Russia, but you are still watching what's happening there. How is the narrative changed over these 6 months, do you think? Well, there are two sides of this really Katie, because there are no signs that Russians are being prepared by state TV for some kind of scaling down of the Kremlin's overall objectives in Ukraine. The dominant message on state TV is that Russia is certain to prevail, although the nature of this victory is never really spelled out. On the talk shows that I spend a lot of time watching the hosts will often introduce war correspondence by saying what successes do you have to report today on the front, as if that is the only possible thing they could talk about success that it's kind of victory after victory being chalked up. On the other hand, the way the war is being framed has changed in that before it was described as this kind of limited special military operation aimed at sort of clipping Ukraine's wings. They always said that they were never hitting civilian targets, although of course we knew that not to be true. As it became clear that Ukraine was putting up stiff resistance and was gaining significant support from the west, the messaging changed in the Russian state TV, then started to depict this as a kind of civilizational battle with the west. So the word war started being used. So is it still illegal to call it a war or not? Well, they differentiate between what they're doing in Ukraine, which they still call the special military operation. But they then talk about this kind of global standoff with the west and they describe that as a war. Some presenters have referred to the conflict as World War three. And this morning actually a prominent Russian opposition figure was arrested on charges of discrediting the armed forces. And as he was being arrested, he was asked by a journalist what are they arresting you for? And he said for a single phrase I called it an invasion of Ukraine. Okay, I mean, I was interested in the report actually that I saw that the Russian state TV channels have seen their audiences dropped by a quarter through this war. Do you think Putin's president Putin's grip on the narrative is as strong as it was when we first had you on? Well, I think on the one hand, yes, because people, these people who, if this survey is reliable, these people, they're not turning to opposition media, they're not switching western media and they're not putting VPNs on their phone. They're simply becoming apolitical. They're not following the news. A lot of people in Russia at their dashes, they're summer houses where they're doing a lot of gardening, tending to their vegetables and they're simply not watching the news. And you have to remember that since the war started, it's been wall to wall coverage and people probably can't simply stand it anymore because there is very little entertainment programming, little sport, no cookery shows. Right, no light entertainment at all as

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"How do you think the Ukrainian government shaped the west's understanding of the war? Well, I think the Ukrainian government and president zelensky is doing a very good job on the communication front. They have been able to really reach the hearts and minds of people across the world also appealing to different audiences with different messages. That's what president zelensky did and his addresses to various parliaments, tailoring his message to different audience referencing some historical events in the history of this country and comparing it to the present situation in Russia's war in Ukraine. So I think they are doing quite a good job. And I think part of the success is also that they are genuine. They are not this communication is not fake. It's not staged. It's genuine. It comes from. I'm just going to interrupt. You sorry, just as Abby, I was looking at a book that in fact Deborah, you write the art of work afterward for its edited by John Mayer, it's called reporting the war in Ukraine. It includes articles from various people, including my old colleague from channel four news Alex Thompson, whose chief correspondent there. He says the Ukrainians have some profoundly effective controls over the media in this war, and their message remarkably well stitched up. Debra, what do you think of that? I mean, how tightly controlled has the freedom to report in Ukraine been? It's I think the thing you have to remember is this is a country at war. And so the rules of a peacetime nation can't apply information is as much of a weapon as any form of bullet, especially given the Internet and given the ability to influence and you're seeing both sides are obviously fully aware of that and have got sophisticated information operations. They need the Ukrainians need that in order to push back at the vast swathes of disinformation that has been pumped out by the Kremlin machine. In fact, I was going to say, Nick, you know, you quoted president zelensky in an article you wrote on CNN's website, which he said, you know, this is what we're interested in. Maximum access for journalists complete truth and full accountability. Nick, do you see that as the full picture? Look, you know, I've covered a lot of wars over the years. And in any war situation, governments tend to stop you putting out information that's operationally sensitive. They don't want video that could be used to sort of bomb damage assessment videos, so getting up close to damage buildings, particularly government buildings. They're not going to want that kind of video getting out and there is that pressure from the Ukrainian government on their own citizens as well, not to put out that kind of video. There's also the Ukrainian government doesn't want strikes reported until it has officially reported them. Again, for the same reasons. This is very similar I would say to many other conflicts I've covered. But you can get to this point. You know, we were in michelada for a few weeks ago, it suffered the night of the heaviest bombardment since the war began. We went out to some buildings that have been hit. We said in our reporting, there are buildings here that we can't show because they're connected to the military.

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"Do you see that as in part because the media has kept this story in the spotlight? Look, there are huge political imperatives right now for leaders all around the world that are supporting Ukraine, not least the rising cost of fuel, not least coming out of the COVID pandemic. Rising costs of living. These are political realities. You have to bring your nations with you in support of something like the war in Ukraine, supporting Ukraine. So I do think that the coverage helps keep it alive in people's minds. What's actually happening, what's at stake, what's it cost, the lives that are being laid down and the atrocities that are being committed. And I think that does help political leaders to a degree. But again, that's not, I don't think that's our role. Our role is to get out there and report what's happening. Absolutely. Olga, it is an approach well tried and tested that, you know, the big news companies send their reporters in when there is a big story and whatever country it's in. It is disparagingly called parachute journalism. I wonder what you make of it as a journalist in the country where there is a wall right now. Well, on the one hand, it's, of course, good that there are journalists coming to Ukraine. You know, they are continuing to cover this war 6 months into it. But of course, I think that journalists who have been covering Ukraine before this full scale invasion. They can contribute more to present a broader picture of what is actually happening. And I think also Ukrainian journalists who are here on the ground who have been collaborating with international media like me and other my colleagues. They are also doing a very important part of the job because they understand the local context. They have contacts on the ground. They have a lot of so called warm contacts when you might not have to send official letters to get an interview from the ministry, but maybe you have a colleague that you work a couple of years ago together. And now the colleagues working at the ministry and can organize things easier. And also a lot like what matters a lot is that people in Ukraine and journalists in Ukraine, they are living this war, so they are not just reporting it. They are living it and they have been themselves affected by their families, their loved ones, their friends have been affected by it. I think on the one hand, of course, it's kind of maybe more difficult to stay emotionally detached from what is happening and you have to kind of take a deep breath before reporting before writing something down before saying something and they are like to stay neutral to stay objective as a journalist, but also the fact that you are inside that you are living it. This war, it kind of gives you more in depth, I think, understanding and information also coming from your sources can be more you can get this information quicker. It can be more firsthand than for foreign journalists. As president zelensky has been the face of the war in the west, the narrative centered around this brave former comedian standing up for his country.

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"For payments, I needed cash quicker than that. Were there others there like you, funding it in similar ways? Yeah, there were a few others out there that were funding in similar ways. I think because of the model that I was doing for like writing articles and so on, it is kind of a bit of a new model, but I think people have been crowdfunding filmmakers have been crowdfunding their documentaries for years using this model. So I just tried to combine that with my film work and my TV and radio work. And I'm interested in how easy it was to report the story. I mean, what were you coming up against? What were the hardest things? Access was a real real problem. You know, being able to get to where the stories were happening, obviously the Ukrainian military were trying their best to fight off an invasion in the last thing they wanted to deal with was civilians running around place. So getting access to things as a freelancer was harder than it would be if you've got a company with a full force behind you. Because you've got to get accreditation and that sort of thing to get placed. Getting accreditation wasn't hard, but I mean, just having the accreditation and also getting access, that's a lot harder, particularly for frontline work. It's really, really dangerous stuff. So getting close to that kind of area is not easy. And it requires quite as money requires effort requires the right knowing the right people and that stuff takes a while to get going. And Nick Robinson from CNN. You know, you've been in and out of Ukraine throughout the last 6 months and very recently were reporting from there. You're reporting mainly for an American audience, has the war being covered differently in the U.S. than the UK, do you think? I don't think so particularly. I mean, I think we're all charged journalists on the ground are charged with the same thing and share the same passion, which is to find the story that you think is going to be most interesting to the audience on that day. I was very keen going in recently to get a sense of how the war was being fought at the front lines because I think that gives an understanding as to how the war is going to be fought over the coming months and insight perhaps into how long this war is going to go on and the likely or as the cases at the moment less than likely sort of significant ships and terrain territory. So I think that the driving force is still to find that story that really helps the audience understand what's happening. And I kind of think back a little bit here to covering Bosnia back in the early 90s. This was a conflict that went on for three years and it was on the fringes of Europe and it seemed for so long that Europe just didn't care didn't notice yet your job as a reporter is to find what it is that helps make the audience care. So I think that's what drives us. So I think, you know, whether I'm working for a U.S. slash international organization or a purely British one, I think we're all driven by the same thing. Yeah, I mean, President Biden today announced $3 billion for Ukraine to invest in air defense systems on the weapons equipment.

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"But then that overnight when in the early hours of the morning when the missile strikes started and the first time you heard that eerie sound of the air raid siren, it was really, it felt seismic and as though the world would never be the same. It was a real moment when suddenly you'd had all these warnings for so long about the threat posed by president Putin and his intentions and the west's failure to respond back in 2014 when Russia annexed Crimea and back that invasion in the east of the country, suddenly it all came home to roost with this full scale invasion with the west's warnings failing to deter and 6 and so yes, I was just going to say sergeant interrupt but 6 months on. Are you you're back there now? Are you broadly telling the same story as you were 6 months ago apart from its 6 months later? Or is it a different story now and how much is planned in advance in terms of what you're doing there now? It's a completely different story now. I mean, obviously the fundamental story is the same. It's a war and it's a country that's been invaded and it's a country that's defending itself and trying to push out these invading forces and there's obviously the human suffering that comes with that. But in terms of the actual the actual conflict itself in the beginning, the expectation absolutely was for a lightning strike by Russian forces decapitating the key government and bringing Ukraine under Russia's fold once again with a pro Russian puppet regime and of course the Ukrainian forces didn't let that happen and so now it's this different type of war. It's a war of attrition and one where Russia is counting on the west's failure to stay the course, which has been demonstrated over recent wars in the past two decades happening again so that it can through attrition succeed in some kind of games here on the ground, but clearly there's no guarantee that's going to happen and absolutely the Ukrainians don't want that to happen and refuse to happen. Okay, Demi just bring in old strategy. Hello, because you two were there at the beginning, unlike Deborah, unlike Nick, you went there as a freelancer without the backing of a big media operation. How did you do it? How did you afford it? Affording it. Sorry, one second. Affording it wasn't easy. I crowdfunded to help me gather some of the costs because as a freelancer in this day and age, the amount that I sell an article for doesn't cover the amount that I pay for my fixer and driver and whatever I'd need for the day. So I used crowdfunding model so people could support my work if they wanted to. And I made enough to be able to pay fixes and drivers and be able to go out every day and kind of get coverage during the first few weeks of the invasion. And how much did it cost if you don't mind my asking? Well, let's say that it could cost up to like a thousand pounds a day for a decent day's worth of work. That's just an outgoing, so to try and try and recoup some of that costs. Obviously doing radio hits and TV hits and selling articles help cover some of the costs, but the day to today, especially invoicing and waiting several months

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

"Today Ukrainians should be celebrating 31 years of independence from Soviet rule. Instead, there's a grimmer anniversary. It's exactly 6 months since the start of this war. I want to look back at the journalism over those months. What has the reporting taught us about the war and what is the war taught us about the media? I'm joined by journalists who've been in Ukraine and are some of their now, some were also in Russia. Debra Haynes is Sky News defense and security editor, Nick Robertson is international diplomatic editor at CNN, Oz Kathy is a freelance journalist and so too is Olga Tokarev and Francis scar is here from BBC monitoring. Welcome to you all and thank you so much for coming on the media show. Oh, if we just start with you, where are you and what is the atmosphere like in Ukraine today? And you've been tweeting about our prime minister Boris Johnson's visit to Kyiv. I know that. Yeah, well, hi, everyone, and thank you for having me on this show. I'm currently in western Ukraine in the town of China. And I apologize for the background, because I'm speaking to you from a basement, because we've heard already for a regular today. And since I'm working from home, I just decided to stay in the basement for the show so that I don't get interrupted by another air raid alert. But our TV view as well. So thank you for explaining that. It's a gray background, but at least you're safe. Yeah, everyone expected a lot of Russian missile strikes today. And it's early evening here in Ukraine now and we've already heard the reports of several targets hit by Russian missiles in western Ukraine and human legal region. It's about 200 kilometers from where I am now. And also in poltava region, it's a central Ukraine. And some of the missiles were intercepted in other parts of the country. Yes, and at the same time, Boris Johnson is, again, in Cleveland with a surprise visit. And I think most Ukrainians react to that very positively because they see it as a sign of solidarity from the UK and from Boris Johnson on this very special day for more people.

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"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Media Show

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"six month" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"six month" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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 From stocks to crypto, a punishing six months for investors

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

From stocks to crypto, a punishing six months for investors

"I Mike Gracia reporting it's been a punishing 6 months for investors Thursday's closing bell on Wall Street brought the curtain down on trading for the first half of 2022 with markets in the red across the board The S&P 500 the benchmark for many stock funds is down 21.1% from its January 3rd all time high and off to its worst start to a year since 1970 The Dow Jones Industrial Average at NASDAQ composite are also in the red for the year Bonds normally considered reliable investments are also down and on pace to one of their worst performances in history Cryptocurrencies have also cratered Bitcoin which was at almost $69,000

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US consumers still confident in April, but slightly less so

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

US consumers still confident in April, but slightly less so

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Pfizer to seek COVID booster for healthy 5- to 11-year-olds

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Pfizer to seek COVID booster for healthy 5- to 11-year-olds

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Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

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Nations to release millions of barrels of oil amid war

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Nations to release millions of barrels of oil amid war

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Biden tapping oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Biden tapping oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices

"President president Biden Biden is is taking taking a a step step he he says says could could provide provide Americans Americans nearly nearly immediate immediate relief relief from from high high gas gas prices prices I I know know guided guided gas gas prices prices are are painful painful I I get get it it as as prices prices at at the the pump pump have have soared soared to to the the president's president's approval approval rating rating has has fallen fallen sharply sharply he's he's blaming blaming the the rise rise on on Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion but but says says American American budget budget should should not not be be left left to to the the whims whims of of a a dictator dictator so so he's he's announcing announcing the the release release of of a a million million barrels barrels of of oil oil a a day day for for six six months months from from the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve which which he he says says will will make make a a gallon gallon of of gas gas cheaper cheaper could could come come down down fairly fairly significantly significantly could could come come down down the the better better part part of of you you know know anything anything from from ten ten cents cents to to thirty thirty five five cents cents a a gallon gallon this this unknown unknown the the president's president's also also calling calling for for Congress Congress to to punish punish oil oil and and gas gas companies companies that that lease lease public public lands lands without without actually actually producing producing any any energy energy Sager Sager mag mag Connie Connie at at the the White White House House

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Biden taps oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Biden taps oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices

"President president Biden Biden is is taking taking what what the the White White House House calls calls a a historic historic step step to to help help control control spiking spiking gas gas prices prices as as a a result result of of sanctions sanctions on on Russia Russia for for the the Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion the the White White House House says says the the president's president's ordering ordering the the release release of of a a million million barrels barrels of of oil oil a a day day from from the the nation's nation's strategic strategic petroleum petroleum reserve reserve port port six six months months by by far far the the biggest biggest ever ever release release that that could could lead lead to to lower lower oil oil prices prices though though there there was was no no meaningful meaningful shipped shipped after after the the president president ordered ordered earlier earlier releases releases top top Senate Senate Republican Republican Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell says says this this is is another another half half measure measure president president Biden Biden is is going going to to try try to to slap slap another another mandate mandate on on gas gas prices prices McConnell McConnell says says the the focus focus needs needs to to be be on on boosting boosting domestic domestic production production the the White White House House says says the the president president will will pressure pressure Congress Congress to to penalize penalize a a wheel wheel and and gas gas companies companies that that lease lease public public lands lands without without actually actually producing producing energy energy Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington

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US consumers still confident, but outlook not as rosy

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

US consumers still confident, but outlook not as rosy

"Consumer confidence remains high in the US but the outlook for the short term future is more cautious the conference board released its consumer confidence index for March which rose to one oh seven point two compared to one oh five point seven in February its measure of business and labor conditions also rose but the expectations index dropped more than four points compared to last month based on the consumer's six month outlook for income business and labor market conditions respondents cite higher prices especially fuel and the war in Ukraine there's also a drop in the rate of people who are planning to purchase homes automobiles and major appliances in the next six months as interest rates go higher I thank Jackie Quinn

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FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug

"The food and drug administration has issued a negative review of a closely watched experimental drug for the illness known as Lou Gehrig's disease the FDA review comes ahead of a meeting this week for outside experts to vote on the drug for ALS the medication has been the focal point of a lobbying campaign by patients their families and lawmakers FDA reviewers have said that the single study from analytics pharmaceuticals was quote not persuasive due to missing data errors in enrolling patients and other problems they also said that regulators were not convinced by data that the company said show the drug helped patients live six months longer I'm surely ocular

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Small museum known for ground zero tours could shut in weeks

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Small museum known for ground zero tours could shut in weeks

"New York's nine eleven tribute museum is poised to close within weeks the nine eleven tribute museum dates back to two thousand four at the site of a former Delhi steps away from ground zero nine eleven tribute museum is about the survivor community it's about those people that came down here as heroes to help support the rebuilding of lower Manhattan and are now sick with the toxins that they experience down here five million visitors have been through the museum but co founder and CEO Jennifer Adams Webb says the corona virus has hurt business unfortunately in March of twenty twenty we had to close our doors for six months and that really was difficult on top of the move and then we were able to re open in September of twenty twenty the outlook for the tribute museum is not good but we are still hoping that a champion could step forward Adams web sees a window of opportunity it is in the millions but it's not insurmountable the nine eleven tribute museum relies heavily on admission and tour fees I bet Donahue

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Pfizer asks FDA to allow COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Pfizer asks FDA to allow COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5

"Visor visor visor visor is is is is asking asking asking asking the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA to to to to allow allow allow allow emergency emergency emergency emergency use use use use authorization authorization authorization authorization for for for for it it it it too too too too does does does does Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine for for for for children children children children under under under under five five five five at at at at the the the the urging urging urging urging of of of of U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. regulators regulators regulators regulators visor visor visor visor is is is is requesting requesting requesting requesting authorization authorization authorization authorization for for for for a a a a vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine against against against against the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus for for for for youngsters youngsters youngsters youngsters from from from from ages ages ages ages six six six six months months months months to to to to five five five five years years years years old old old old the the the the move move move move could could could could open open open open the the the the way way way way for for for for nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen million million million million young young young young children children children children the the the the only only only only group group group group not not not not yet yet yet yet eligible eligible eligible eligible for for for for vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines to to to to get get get get their their their their first first first first shots shots shots shots as as as as soon soon soon soon as as as as early early early early March March March March the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA says says says says it it it it will will will will convene convene convene convene a a a a panel panel panel panel of of of of independent independent independent independent researchers researchers researchers researchers and and and and doctors doctors doctors doctors to to to to help help help help review review review review the the the the data data data data the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC would would would would also also also also have have have have to to to to sign sign sign sign off off off off many many many many parents parents parents parents have have have have been been been been pushing pushing pushing pushing for for for for the the the the expansion expansion expansion expansion early early early early Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer data data data data has has has has shown shown shown shown that that that that the the the the vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine with with with with just just just just one one one one tenth tenth tenth tenth of of of of the the the the dose dose dose dose given given given given to to to to adults adults adults adults is is is is safe safe safe safe and and and and does does does does produce produce produce produce an an an an immune immune immune immune response response response response the the the the research research research research found found found found it it it it was was was was less less less less effective effective effective effective for for for for ages ages ages ages two two two two to to to to five five five five so so so so visor visor visor visor added added added added a a a a third third third third dose dose dose dose to to to to the the the the testing testing testing testing in in in in hopes hopes hopes hopes of of of of improving improving improving improving protection protection protection protection an an an an insider insider insider insider says says says says the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration's administration's administration's administration's been been been been pushing pushing pushing pushing visor visor visor visor to to to to file file file file its its its its application application application application for for for for the the the the two two two two dose dose dose dose regimen regimen regimen regimen to to to to enable enable enable enable shots shots shots shots to to to to start start start start sooner sooner sooner sooner and and and and then then then then come come come come back back back back once once once once it it it it has has has has the the the the full full full full data data data data regarding regarding regarding regarding a a a a third third third third dose dose dose dose I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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AP source: US urges Pfizer to apply for under-5 COVID shots

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

AP source: US urges Pfizer to apply for under-5 COVID shots

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Thailand adopts guidelines for declaring COVID-19 endemic

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Thailand adopts guidelines for declaring COVID-19 endemic

"Thailand's Thailand's Thailand's Thailand's ministry ministry ministry ministry of of of of public public public public health health health health has has has has approved approved approved approved new new new new guidelines guidelines guidelines guidelines outlining outlining outlining outlining the the the the parameters parameters parameters parameters for for for for declaring declaring declaring declaring the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic and and and and endemic endemic endemic endemic disease disease disease disease the the the the ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says figures figures figures figures show show show show the the the the country country country country has has has has already already already already met met met met the the the the three three three three necessary necessary necessary necessary criteria criteria criteria criteria for for for for endemic endemic endemic endemic status status status status there there there there are are are are fewer fewer fewer fewer than than than than ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand new new new new cases cases cases cases a a a a day day day day after after after after the the the the fatality fatality fatality fatality rate rate rate rate is is is is no no no no higher higher higher higher the the the the point point point point one one one one percent percent percent percent of of of of those those those those who who who who admitted admitted admitted admitted to to to to the the the the hospital hospital hospital hospital with with with with an an an an infection infection infection infection of of of of it it it it more more more more than than than than eighty eighty eighty eighty percent percent percent percent of of of of actress actress actress actress people people people people have have have have had had had had at at at at least least least least two two two two vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations but but but but units units units units adds adds adds adds it it it it would would would would be be be be between between between between six six six six months months months months and and and and the the the the year year year year before before before before covered covered covered covered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen could could could could be be be be treated treated treated treated as as as as an an an an illness illness illness illness that's that's that's that's here here here here to to to to stay stay stay stay officials officials officials officials need need need need to to to to be be be be sure sure sure sure the the the the figures figures figures figures remain remain remain remain at at at at the the the the current current current current levels levels levels levels or or or or improve improve improve improve before before before before the the the the virus virus virus virus can can can can be be be be declared declared declared declared endemic endemic endemic endemic I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi reporting reporting reporting reporting researchers researchers researchers researchers say say say say early early early early treatment treatment treatment treatment could could could could detain detain detain detain peanut peanut peanut peanut allergies allergies allergies allergies and and and and small small small small kids kids kids kids in in in in a a a a study study study study published published published published Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday researchers researchers researchers researchers report report report report young young young young children children children children might might might might be be be be able able able able to to to to overcome overcome overcome overcome peanut peanut peanut peanut allergies allergies allergies allergies if if if if treated treated treated treated at at at at an an an an early early early early enough enough enough enough age age age age in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal lancet lancet lancet lancet researchers researchers researchers researchers detailed detailed detailed detailed a a a a study study study study in in in in which which which which peanut peanut peanut peanut protein protein protein protein powder powder powder powder was was was was given given given given to to to to one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred forty forty forty forty six six six six children children children children in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. ages ages ages ages one one one one to to to to three three three three increasing increasing increasing increasing amounts amounts amounts amounts to to to to build build build build up up up up their their their their tolerance tolerance tolerance tolerance for for for for peanuts peanuts peanuts peanuts after after after after two two two two and and and and a a a a half half half half years years years years nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three quarters quarters quarters quarters of of of of the the the the subjects subjects subjects subjects could could could could tolerate tolerate tolerate tolerate the the the the equivalent equivalent equivalent equivalent of of of of sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen peanuts peanuts peanuts peanuts without without without without an an an an allergic allergic allergic allergic reaction reaction reaction reaction six six six six months months months months after after after after treatment treatment treatment treatment stopped stopped stopped stopped one one one one fifth fifth fifth fifth of of of of the the the the subjects subjects subjects subjects still still still still have have have have the the the the same same same same tolerance tolerance tolerance tolerance researchers researchers researchers researchers say say say say the the the the approach approach approach approach seems seems seems seems to to to to work work work work best best best best in in in in the the the the youngest youngest youngest youngest children children children children and and and and those those those those with with with with milder milder milder milder allergies allergies allergies allergies hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi

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Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home

"Tens tens of of millions millions of of U. U. S. S. families families are are going going to to feel feel the the pinch pinch today today because because the the monthly monthly deposit deposit from from the the federal federal child child tax tax credit credit program program has has ended ended for for the the first first time time in in six six months months families families won't won't receive receive the the monthly monthly child child tax tax credit credit it it was was included included in in president president Biden's Biden's now now stalled stalled social social spending spending bill bill held held up up in in Congress Congress West West Virginia Virginia senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin was was able able to to block block the the legislation legislation with with concerns concerns about about increasing increasing federal federal spending spending but but some some of of his his constituents constituents want want the the extra extra financial financial relief relief retiree retiree Andy Andy Roberts Roberts raising raising his his two two young young grandchildren grandchildren says says that that extra extra five five hundred hundred fifty fifty dollars dollars a a month month was was a a godsend godsend paying paying for for shoes shoes girl girl scouts scouts and and ballet ballet more more than than thirty thirty six six million million American American families families receive receive the the payments payments in in December December families families will will still still be be able able to to claim claim a a reduced reduced child child tax tax credit credit when when they they file file their their taxes taxes later later this this year year I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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CDC signs off on Pfizer extra dose measures

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

CDC signs off on Pfizer extra dose measures

"Health health officials officials estimate estimate the the Omicron Omicron variant variant accounted accounted for for the the vast vast majority majority of of new new coronavirus coronavirus infections infections last last week week the the CDC's CDC's newest newest estimate estimate is is almost almost crying crying because because some some ninety ninety five five percent percent of of new new cases cases suggesting suggesting a a dramatic dramatic swing swing in in just just one one month month in in late late November November delta delta very very it it was was causing causing more more than than ninety ninety nine nine and and a a half half percent percent of of new new infections infections more more than than two two point point two two million million cases cases were were reported reported in in the the last last week week in in the the U. U. S. S. the the CDC CDC is is also also recommending recommending people people who who receive receive to to Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine shots shots get get their their booster booster five five months months after after the the last last dose dose instead instead of of six six it's it's not not recommending recommending changing changing the the booster booster interval interval for for the the other other vaccines vaccines two two months months for for Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson six six months months for for Madura Madura Sager Sager mag mag on on me me at at the the White White House House

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FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges

"The the federal federal government government is is moving moving a a step step closer closer to to expanding expanding cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for more more Americans Americans boosters boosters are are already already recommended recommended for for everyone everyone sixteen sixteen and and older older and and the the food food and and drug drug administration administration now now says says they're they're also also warranted warranted for for twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen year year olds olds regulators regulators say say kids kids of of those those agents agents can can get get a a booster booster as as early early as as five five months months after after their their last last dose dose rather rather than than six six months months the the CDC CDC is is expected expected to to rule rule later later this this week week on on whether whether to to recommend recommend that that while while Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen tends tends to to cause cause less less severe severe illness illness in in children children child child hospitalizations hospitalizations have have been been rising rising during during the the Omicron Omicron wave wave mostly mostly among among the the unvaccinated unvaccinated Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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"six month" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

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"six month" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

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"six month" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"She'll get it she'll get it and what happens when she's divorced at forty seven with no marketable skills. I gave her the ball. And the guy do the right thing but me a beer. But this this. The minnesota twins game against the yankees. This is a home run. Ball wasn't even a pop out a foul ball a home run ball by fucking all-star giancarlo stanton one of the most overplayed players in all of baseball earn whatever so So this he goes. Give the kid the ball and the kids like He's looking back. he wants it right then. The fans start chanting. Give him the ball. Give him the ball. Everybody starts going. Give him the ball and the women's like what. What because you overcome with the emotion like everyone's chanting. You can't avoid a chance when this is going. Do you read. Not for the two minutes hate. It's hard to avoid that shit. Give him the ball. Give him the ball. Steve starts going. Give in. And i'm like no no actually stays on my side. He goes he goes like wait. Why am i. I don't know so we start going. The people around us there were these three checks for checks behind us nineteenth scooter pies maybe a little older and scrutinized and they once they saw people ask autograph steve. Are you famous. Can we can get a picture. id out. This'll be subtly helpful for instagram So so Give him the ball and steven. I like to know she caught it right. So we start going ki ki k bit. She looks at us. We're like lady. Nah you got the ball. You scrambled for it. You had to fucking claw. Somebody's is out to get that. God damn ball and what that kid do miss by the way he was in the front fucking row. Do you know what that means. Nobody took his hand. Nobody fucking step back into. He just missed. He failed miserably. Epic perhaps perhaps epic fail and you can reward that kid. You gonna tell that kid like hey you can fail. You had a chance for greatness to catch a home run ball. He and amid this fucking asshole had a mitt. And you can say you have all the fucking tools necessary to catch that ball. You're in the perfect position. You failed miserably. And we're gonna give you that ball anyway. Good luck with your life dork. Good luck with your life. You'll never try hard again. Now fuck that also this chick she is she going to do. The ball bounces right by should go. Now it's already. The kids touched him. I don't even pick it up. Let the kid come back here and get himself. Fuck that you're out of your mind that chick earn a home run ball from giancarlo stanton kids rusi too but he wants that paul key bit key bit chickens. No let's do get outta here lady. Just get outta here. She's like what am i gonna fuck tar and feathering. You gotta get out of here. So she takes all that she puts it into her fucking jeans pant leg as she kept it..

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"six month" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Push by clown you get right to his feet you still wanna go is just fine. I'm a comedian. Shake his hand. I have an electric shocks. We gotcha motherfucker here. Smell this flower acid. But do you know what i'm saying like so i i don't know like twitter and social media like an podcasting. Oldest of it is just another way to communicate right. There's all it is like whether it's a phone call with her. I talking shit if you're talking shit you're talking shit right like what. It doesn't matter what the medium is. You're still talking shit so one point you're going to be in that person's face i'm just the type of guy just like bob. Yours jimmy i think just like dave as well just like i know for just like you jay like if you've been talking shift for a while i'm going to see at one point. I'm going to say something when i see you. And how you act in. That moment is going to determine whether or not it gets fucking crazy so that yeah that's evidence regularly on dealing with that because he's dealing with fucking real dudes and i and i said i like real astronauts i like kevin but it's like your fucking old feeble white guy and woods where you're not gonna fight people. You're willing to call the cops. That's that's the thing. That's very weird right like i i kind of. I don't understand it. But i kind of expect it coming from like twenty year old. Woke kids like that's kind of a thing of there's like they'll talk shit like they wanna fight and then not fight at all but kevin is an old man and is a very weird thing to me like. He's not busting my balls. He's like talkin shit but you know very much like he would literally if if i saw him which i will see him at some point and what he will literally do is like be like cow or call the cops he will. He will cops if you hit me. So it's like okay so then fine but just stop talking shit. I don't end. Luckily would. I've learned 'bout fucking getting it to fight. It says i will also call the cops. Even if i just hit you and guess what we both go to jail and i'll take the night in jail for certain people. I'll take the night in jail by the way i'm not. That's not where i'm at with. The kevin thing i think the whole thing is can say something your item on site dude. I wouldn't smack him. But i would probably punch make him cower looking back right i could talk. Tm other do to a to a frail older guy Gonna airplane when he saw me laying out that table. Your mind of neil dude. That's what it is dave. Oh my god. I just realize dave looks like neil with facial hair. That's what it is well up meal next today. Maybe that's triggered him. It's no i love. Neil's a buddy of mine. But dave is significantly. More hands were brothers. It would make more sense than kevin and you'll be better. That is true because a both like skinny guys but dave's way better looking. Don't you dare. Oh my god. Looks dave if dave was dipped into a vat of acid came out i my day. It looks like dave. Pick the wrong holy grail..

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"six month" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"We're recording recorded. My style is almost gone. Jay really it has to get its absolute worst before. I'm filming something on friday. And i was freaking out about it. I was like holy shit. So i went to the doctor. Apparently the fucking doctor's help with stuff. Yeah gimme annointment. They gave me some antibiotics. The y bought a hot compress haakon pressing the fuck out of it. So it's it's nearly gun. Greg can't see from here. Fancy new camera. I do see it but it's It's probably because it's so good But i can't see. I said i see it but i don't i don't i can't tell if you might be makes a good point lucy. Have your camera handy Could you use this webcam to film this movie. Is that possible eating audible. Yes i'm very excited. Also stent you a near nude of my new body. You didn't get you didn't get the text. I didn't look sick somebody Be kind rewind. Said lewis has new apps. And i said oh. Does he done this before. he's got absent for. Yeah i i do have ebbs first time. That's the first time in years. There we go and cover on your dick dogs good doggie. Yeah i saw you without your shirt on west side. Even go with that. Can we first of all. Can i say something. I say something sure no all right. I got one. No yes ovation is this weekend. The show started out every. Oh yeah it's happening every jay. I'm proud of you. The fact that you went shirtless. We her sex. How now getting you know you know. First of all you look good. You look really good relations. He did a fucking dumb parody video for the buffer the show that he actually cares so parody on. I'm sorry it's his actual audition for the audition at all. I said to me and christine can do synchronized swimming at least as good as the olympics and that is your proof proved to pull it up. Please pull it up. i'd rather. Why wouldn't we would you rather. Why would you because now. You're ambassador to your bonfire fans could see your fucking body. But the gang see this. He's just you we are is we are the dirty little slut on the side that leaves shirt on the bedroom floor but the bonfire wanted accepted. He's in love with his shed. My skin lewis. Your analogy sucks. Leave a shared on for christine too. But listen because the reality is christine side. Check the meals and that person gets shared off. no no no. I didn't watch this. I don't wanna watch this Myself ever on any show this now. I've seen it. Yeah it's good for the plo before even let me say it's funny. I think you guys are nailing. No it's not funny. It's it's awful but it's it's very fiery type humor you know like like if this religious gangs we would have thrown like a fucking dead dog in the world got are. Swimming are bleeding breathing. It's toxins that is a funny bit. It would have been a bit. Do throw a dead dog in that pool. Every bit is funnier with a dead dog in it so that drew level. No you what i was saying is it is a compliment. Like you are definitely at a different place of confidence where you would take your shirt off on camera. You wouldn't the beach that won't still here. Thanked took shirt right off. Oddly chain wallets still on. Yeah i didn't want to know this is a thing. I talked a lot of shit on a show. And i had the back it up and it would have looked sillier of me i am. I don't swim short ever anyway. But to put on a shirt to fill myself swimming would have been even worse but Yeah no. I hate this. But i talked shit so i think it's funny enough that i was like The the consensus for most of our fans who are all morbidly obese is that you look better than everyone assumed you were going to look because of what a bitch you orb dude where you just playing the long game all these years. You guys look pretty good. You really do look good. I gotta be honest with you when that thing one thing i have a problem with his curled up kicking our feet. I can't say on that. I actually wanna see when like how you guys are doing. This good positive. You're better than the olympics. Sort start in the beginning surf. Beginning give volume. Why not. why wouldn't we yes. Yeah it's been described as poetry in motion did you Who choreographed this. Improved on the spot. Me and christine improv. This wow guys worked a little bit on this no imprompt. How'd you guys just adding that won't that won't we j fuck. I just said that when we counted out we count it out that one. You have the same way. They improv dance. Numbers in musicals. Yes same as data. How it's like someone else in the public pool public policy. There's your friends are just not even paying attention. You guys be astles next.

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"six month" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Guess michael. I know that's part of my frustration. Coming out no one. I said that. But i know what i did and did not do and i know that i did not leak and i looked at the fact that adam schiff and i were the only two members involved in this that a minor child of a staffer was involved in this. And you have to attorney. General's saying that they did not know about it far and sessions and so to me if you are surveilling members of congress who are critics of the president and the attorney. General is is not being briefed on it at one. That should be fireable a to. I don't really buy that. They weren't briefed on it. And so it makes me wonder. Why didn't anybody say look. This is this is wrong. This is not what we do and again i. I'm saying this from the perspective of somebody. Who knows i was innocent. I didn't do anything wrong. I i can't see any probable cause to go into my records and so if you are going into my records i think you're doing it unlawfully. And when you're doing that against the vocal critic of the president. I think there should be consequences. Congressman two quick follow ups on this one. You said that attorney general merrick garland called you about this said he. He didn't know about it. What else did he say did he. Express dismay was e surprised concerned. What did he tell you. It was very kind. He he called it actually apologize that he had not called me. You know a day or two earlier. He'd just been so overwhelmed. Landing on the job but he told me he did not know about this case until it broke in the news and that he was seeking to learn more about it and again i. I was very clear with them. I did not want to direct him in any way as to what to do or what i thought he should do. Because that would be just as wrong. I just wanted to make sure that he understood the concerns that someone who has criticized the president would have if their records are being when again. They know that there was no reason for that to happen. You told them that you hope that there would be a inspector general investigation as it turns out the inspector general. The justice department's independent watchdog. Michael horowitz announced that he is reviewing this episode. They reached out to you. Have you been questioned in this probe at all yet. Do you know anything about what they're specifically what they're looking at We'll tell us about the. I g investigation. No they have not again. I just want to make it clear that. I don't know why my records or mr shifts records were probed as somebody who knows that they did not leak. It's highly suspicious. But i'm willing to at least wait to see what. The investigation concludes But to me it. It is worthy of investigating considering. How boko mr schiff and i were of the prior administration and the prior attorneys-general but just to be clear. Is it your position that there are no circumstances under which of the justice department should subpoena the email and phone records of members of congress. Just the opposite i. I don't think i'm above the law more than anyone else is above the lot. My position is knowing that. I did not leak. I'm very curious as to how they would justify going in to my records. So that's what concerns me and again. I think you have to be extra careful when you're going into the records of lawmakers who've been critical of the president that doesn't make you immune but that certainly i think means that the attorney general you know should consider the damage you can do to institutions critics. Feel like the punishment for speaking out is that you're gonna have your records gone because i would want. I assume you would want the the car justice department to subpoena if they have grounds the records of republican members of congress who might have had interactions with some of the organizers participates in participants in january six if they have probable cost yes but not just because their opponents of the press and again. I'm saying this from the perspective of someone who knows. I did not leak so it makes it very much concerns me that my records were looked at When there's not a more likely than not scenario where i would have leaked. So i wanna take us back if i can't the first impeachment now so one of the criticisms especially that was raised by the republicans during that first impeachment was that it was baked in advance. Basically that the democrats had intended to impeach donald trump. From the minute. He was sworn into office that you were laying in wait for any sort of minor error that he might commit. That could justify impeachment thinking about that criticism. I'm wondering if the republicans take congress back in two thousand twenty two. Do you anticipate that. They will impeach joe biden. No we impeach. I can't predict what they will do. But i know that speaker pelosi laid this out in. The book was very careful to make sure that we had consensus. Among the congress. There was a call for impeachment. The second donald trump was elected from some of my colleagues in speaker. Pelosi was very careful to make sure that we only would do so if we had evidence reason to do so. Do you think that the current leadership of the republican party has that same sense of restraint that nancy pelosi did as you say in two thousand seventeen and no. I don't think kevin mccarthy has any core set of principles or integrity. That would restrain him. But i was in. I put it on the book. I was one of the i was a presidential candidate. As much of this conduct was coming out. And i was one of the last presidential candidates to call or donald trump's impeachment because again as a former prosecutor i wanted to apply the rigors of evidentiary law to this case to make sure that we actually did have the goods. If we're gonna move forward and the impeachment of donald trump won foreshadowed. What was going to come. Which was in impeachment. One he was trying to rig the election before it happened by putting dirt on his opponent and impeachment to he wasn't willing to accept the outcome of the election and was used willing to use violence instead of you know bribery to determine the outcome it and so I don't regret at all that. We impeach him if anything. I regret that we didn't do more oversight of donald trump and others. I regret that. We didn't teach bill bar and i was calling for that if you recall throughout the bar days that We should we should impeach bar before we impeach trump for what he had done with the muller report and the lies that he told the congress around the report. But don't you think given the the fervor of the republican base arguing for you know Focusing for example on on one hundred biden's business dealings and whether or not joe biden knew about them the fact that the many republicans have already filed articles of impeachment against joe biden. And what you say is kind of a lack of restraint on the part of kevin mccarthy. Don't you believe that. There's a significant chance in twenty twenty three if the republicans take over control of the house that they will begin legitimately impeachment proceedings against joe biden. Oh yes there's there's serious chance based on the dialogue and statements..

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"six month" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Skullduggery

"I got his phone number. I texted him. i called him. He picked up and then hung up and then he called me back. And you know. I thought okay here. We go What what are you gonna tell me. Mark and there was silence on the other end. So i don't know if it was a missile or trying to see who i was But then we got word from his lawyer. After i had reached out a number of times that he would not honor a subpoena. He would fight us in the courts and it just felt like that was going to define any witness. Oh no reason to expect. He's going to do anything differ committee comes from. But let me ask you something else as you know. The merrick garland justice department. Recently filed in court saying it was going to represent donald trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by jean carole a woman who says donald trump raped her many years ago and then defamed her when she went public with that. There's been a lot of speculation that the same logic will hold to your lawsuit that the garland justice department will basically intervene to block your lawsuit against the former president saying he was acting as a chief executive of the united states and is therefore immune from civil suit. How concerned are you that the garland justice department is going to be your nemesis in this lawsuit. And what do you make of them representing trump in the defamation case brought by jean cow. I think it's wrong. In the carroll case and if they were to represent donald trump or mo brooks or anyone else in my case i think they might as well just say that we would represent any president in any case that they're soon whether it's a homicide case or whether it's the argument would be that. The president was acting as part of his official duties as pressure. And the i understand the argument. Michael guy i submit that when you hold a rally or your presidential campaign and you say you have to fight like hell and you don't have a country anymore and you tell the mob that you're going to go with them. The bob goes. You are so far outside the boundaries of your official duties. As i said this was done completely on the campaign. He was sending. You know the emails that invited the mob on the campaign side. So i think this is well outside the bounds of being president in eugene carroll case again just because he was at an official press conference he was being asked about his personal private pre-presidential presidential conduct. He can just decline to answer the question. And say i'll talk to you about that. It's not appropriate here but instead he smeared a sexual assault victim. I think once he does that you know key. His personal private conduct of predominates any privileges that he should have as president so i. I hope the department doesn't do that. There has to be boundaries. For what's an official and what's not protected. Type ask you something else. About the justice department you were as amply reported Recently informed that the justice department under bill barr had gotten your phone phone records and e mail records as part of a leak investigation. You're quite outraged about that. But there's very little we know at this point about what was going on inside the justice department. What these leak investigations were who approve them. Where they targeting you or were they targeting others and then you're communications got swept up in the targeting of others. I know you've asked for information from the garland justice department about this. What do you now understand the answers to those questions. What were the leak investigations. Who approve them. And who was being targeted michael. You remember this era because you were a dog reporter trying to get to the bottom of what was going on with russia. I wanted affirmatively. Say i did not have not incense will not leak classified information as so. I never did that. i understand. It's reporter's job to get to the bottom of the. But i did not do that In what concerns me. Is that the two people whose communications were sought and received or myself. And mr schiff. I think were the most vocal critics of the president at the time. Which is why it's important. That attorney general garland has an inspector general investigation and that the judiciary committee also conduct no supplemental investigation. The attorney general assured me. He called me a told me it was the first i had heard of it in the he was going to get to the bottom of it himself so i don't have many answers right now but it's hard for me to accept any other reporting that i've seen out there that we would just collaterally a part of a leak investigation. That involved a staffer win again. The two people whose records were obtained as far as we know where the most vocal critics that just to me. But you don't know what they were invest. No i don't write you called on just one question in this after this came out. You said anybody involved in this at the justice department should be fired now. You know how these things work there were career prosecutors who filed these subpoenas went into court to defend them argued that they should be kept under a gag order. They may have been operating under strict instructions from bill bar and do really want to do it but they were forced to do it or they may have thought they were legitimately doing an investigation under justice department guidelines to pursue a leak. Was it really appropriate to say absent. You having answers to any of these questions. That career people civil servants at the justice department should be fired. When you don't even really know who is involved in. What exactly they.

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"six month" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"six month" Discussed on Skullduggery

"But how do we make sure it does not happen again in. Also it was frustrating. Michael during the impeachment trial we had the pressure coming down on us of a senate that understandably had to confirm joe biden's cabinet and his appointees and so there were constraints on us in that regard. There was the recognition that if donald trump in others refuse to testify at the senate trial we would spend years in court. Litigating those subpoenas in. I'm liberated from that in my lawsuit. I don't have those time constraints and time pressure and really in my pursuit of accountability. I'm not limited by that to get the truth by the way. What is the judgment that you're asking for here. I mean are you asking for like a sort of a one dollar judgement. Just symbolically make the point that this is about accountability. Or are you asking for some other kind of remedy. But we're not that state yet. Certainly we alleged the different torts of intentional infliction of emotional distress as well as impeding me from doing my duty and certainly that is one of the prayers for relief as they call them. There could be an injunction. There could be a financial penalty. It's certainly for me is mostly about accountability. And i'll let our loyal our legal team and the judges sort out where that ends up but right now it's really primarily about accountability and if you're tracking where are we right now. Each side is responding to the other side's filings around the motion to dismiss and that seems to be one of the biggest hurdles that we have to clear is to survive. They're motion to dismiss. And then you would go into the discovery process which is essentially you know us seeking evidence in the case seeking depositions from the parties to understand their complete ole. Let me just follow up. Because he's you said something interesting and it's also mentioned in your in your book. Which is the the incredible difficulty that congress has an institution has in getting discovery and in getting information. And your book. You mentioned an incident where a news organization filing a foia request got better access to data than congress. Did you just mentioned in your lawsuit. You're doing it because as as an individual congressperson just as an individual suing you have a better chance of discovery than congress does. I mean it really points out that congress's almost you know enfeebled as an independent investigative organization or entity nowadays is there. Is that a first of all. Do you concur with that kind of assessment of congress's role and is congress doing anything to change. That state reforms are needed. An atom shifts protect our democracy. Act that would essentially create a fast track. Four congressional subpoenas so you cannot don mcgann congress where you know in the spring of two thousand nineteen. The miller report comes out. Judiciary committee seized on mcgann as the central figure. Call him in to testify and it was just about a month ago that we actually were able to get him when all the way up to the supreme court before we were able to negotiate with the department of justice around his testimony. And and that's just wrong that you know when you have abuses of power that are alleged and people are able to just run out the clock. That congress isn't able to conduct its oversight authority that so yes that reform i think is needed also. No i did not file my lawsuit. Because i couldn't get we couldn't get information in the senate under saying because i'm seeking accountability. A benefit collateral benefit of. That is that i believe we will have better than congress did. In seeking discovery. Victoria was asking the kind of process question. About how you get the information but tell us about the information the evidence that you are seeking both in your own lawsuit and having been deeply involved in the impeachment investigation and then having been one of the managers in the senate trial. What is the key evidence. The key information that you're seeking that the american people still need to know about january sixth so sparingly there are a lot of gaps around what was donald trump doing the day of the attack it was. We saw the footage of the insurrection. Tailgate where they're all in the tent watching the footage of the mob moving from the ellipse up to the capital. But you know what was. Donald trump being told by national security and law enforcement officials. What decision points was he. Making regarding sending a what was he told in of course in the days before you know as these questions about should the national guard be dispatched foot limitation. Should they have had and then of course in the weeks before because we know for many many weeks. The trump campaign spent fifty million dollars on. Stop the steel. you know email and digital ads. How much direction was given by donald trump. Because he sent that to am tweets in mid december saying january. Six will be wild. And then there was just this barrage of tweets afterward. So what foreknowledge. Did he have about. Who was going to be there in. Why did he believe it was going to be so wild so we might think that you know that the january six committee that was just created would be a key player in figuring these sort of things out. But at as you've just noted congress's pretty toothless in terms of its ability to pursue subpoenas to be mcgann and if the shift and so. How much can we really expect. This january six committee to be able to uncover given how how handcuffed congresses. At getting information. I will say that they will be a little less tam cuff because now they will be subpoenaing. People who are no longer in office and so some of the protections they had don't exist any further but that doesn't mean they won't let a gate them and it will still take time. Because no i don't think anyone expects donald trump is just gonna walk in on his own accord. I don't think anyone expects that. I pointed out mark short in the book. You know we had a good lead. That marked short wanted to talk. He was mike pence at the capitol that day in sources. Were telling me and others that if you can get short end once you can call witnesses. He would be a good witness to give penn state of mind. Donald.

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