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Ex-Capitol Police Chief: Pelosi's Daughter's Filming Endangered Exit
"Should have been fired is blasting former House Speaker Pelosi for hampering her evacuation from the u .s. Capitol that day by letting her daughter Alexandra film her exit saying it proved a distraction that put unnecessary strain on her security detail well that's my point it's so weird when you look at the footage what you need to realize is a protective detail is specific specifically for the protectee you're there you're protecting the protectee sunset on just the news now Capitol Police statutorily have do the authority to protect family members it's my understanding the person holding the camera was Pelosi's daughter but she's there in the position of being media media the protective details in there to protect media and whoever else was there with her for the sole purpose videotaping of creates a major distraction for the protective detail and he added you know they don't train to protect those additional people this suggests to me that Nancy wasn't all that scared or not scared to the point that a lot of people would be I mean you're filming it? Sun was reacting to newly released Capitol Police obtained security footage by just the news showing Pelosi's evacuation from the US Capitol on January 6 where a daughter can be seen filming her for an HBO documentary you know it was
Judge Denies Jan. 6 Defendant’s Bid for Time to Review Unseen Tapes
"And this is from Politico the judge said he worried that widely permitting January 6th defendants to slow down their criminal proceedings In order to review this footage could derail dozens of trials So what The issues of the efficiency of the court its due process for the individual And I hope Supreme Court Justices are paying attention It's this James bosberg appointed by Obama a complete disgrace and disaster A federal judge on Friday denied a January 6th defendant's request to delay her imminent trial in order to review thousands of hours of security footage recently made available by speaker Kevin McCarthy noticed the January 6th committee and speaker Pelosi did not make it available U.S. district court judge James bosberg said he understood why Sarah Carpenter was facing two felony charges for his actions at the capitol would like time to review the material But he said she had failed to explain why any additional footage of her movement inside the building will be exculpatory particularly in prosecutors already turned over footage of the vast majority capital's 34 minutes inside the building This is a disgrace What if there's ten seconds of video I'm just throwing it out They're showing capital police allowing her in escorting her in I mean how can this judge presume what exists when he has no idea And so he just relying on the prosecutors and the 34 minutes Of their tape
Christopher Miller: Three Calls on Jan. 6 With Pelosi & Schumer
"So when they show that they show a call where Schumer and Pelosi are talking to me it's really really short segment I don't think we talked three times I think they're showing the second call The first call is what I talk about at the beginning of my book where they were really you know obviously I mean they've been attacked I got all that so I'm empathetic to the fear I've been there I know that But the call that they show on TV on that hearing thing is not I don't think that's the one that I refer to in the book I'd like hey I got a question for you Mark Has anybody seen the entire Pelosi the daughter has anybody seen the entire video Like unedited No So I'm kind of hoping But tell me tell me about it Tell us about that first call Describe what you have in the book It's very interesting Yeah I mean I was getting yelled at by speaker Pelosi McConnell was on there too They were at a secure location They had moved from the capitol to a military installation nearby I didn't know that at the time I knew they moved but they left their troops behind I mean everybody else was in the Senate in the House chambers you know getting moved out but a whole bunch of them had moved to this alternate location So they were just demanding immediately National Guard support and whatnot and I described it as unhinged It was I've been in the military I've been in combat right I was a green beret and my thing is when things are bad you got to calm down And I understand they've never been anything that bad but it was really kind of they weren't speaking rationally It was real dramatic and we promised we were moving as fast as we could
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President Donald Trump Is Back on Twitter
"But I found this interesting Jim found this Apparently it's not really one of Jim's dark web things but he was kind of fishing around and some shady website like he's always doing He was doing it at the Cabana and there were people I was like dude dude we can't do that here This is only work related stuff I don't even know in the hotel Wi-Fi but apparently Donald Trump gave some statement about coming back to Twitter I hadn't heard It's pretty funny and very trumpy and so Jim if you play that check this out Okay it's good to be back Let's see what we're going to do first to eat at speaker Pelosi You're fired PS tell Paul He doesn't look good in his underwear We saw the body cam it's horrible thing We don't want to get suspended off the bat at Rosie O'Donnell You're still a disgusting animal both inside and out It's true Now let's not waste a good one at said Warren I am more Indian than you Hashtag Pocahontas no wait no wait I got it I get it I'm back I had not heard this statement It did not get picked up Fact check ours Fact checkers we're kidding Bill dean McCarthy stop wedding your diaper Hold it in buddy Hold it in What's is it Jacob Reyes calm down yakub calm down That's a joke That is non fact Donald Trump Even though the voice is made that is our friend Sean farris That is on his Twitter account He is by far the single best Trump voice imitator I've ever heard
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on KOMO
"Time. The second sentence early similar to the January 6th attack was some zip ties into the capitol to find elected officials and to take them hostage. Speaker Pelosi was one of the targets that day and during Friday's attack inside her own home. Police arriving within two minutes. They say when they ordered to pop to drop the hammer, he hit Pelosi at least twice, fracturing his skull. Speaker Pelosi issuing a statement on Saturday, saying in part, her family is heartbroken, authorities are now combing through the suspect's social media pages, some allegedly showing multiple false conspiracy theories about COVID-19, the 2020 election and the federal government. The attack highlighting the growing hostility toward members of Congress, with threats at an all time high, more than doubling since 2017. Ahead of the high stakes midterm elections, a joint FBI Homeland Security bulletin sent to police nationwide now warns of a heightened threat by lone wolves, urging cities and law enforcement to be vigilant. And if convicted on the federal charges to pop could face up to 50 years in prison, he's set to go before San Francisco judge tomorrow. A Morgan Norwood, ABC News, Los Angeles. The Supreme Court wrapped up 5 hours of oral arguments today over affirmative action admission practices at colleges and universities. Although the practice has been a standard in higher education for 40 years to increase diversity on college campuses, a conservative and multiracial coalition of 22,000 students and parents argues it's actually leading to discrimination, ABC's Justin Finch has more. A decades long precedent in education could be overturned. As the Supreme Court is once again being asked to consider whether ray should play a role
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Police: Pelosi suspect wanted to break speaker's knees
"Authorities say the man charged with assaulting the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi was politically motivated I Norman hall San Francisco district attorney Brooke Jenkins says David de pap faces a long list of charges including attempted murder and elder abuse Jenkins says the defendant broke through a glass door found Paul Pelosi asleep and asked him about the whereabouts of speaker Pelosi he allegedly brought two hammers zip ties rope and tape What is clear based on the evidence that we have thus far is that this house and the speaker herself were specifically targets of the defendant The suspect also faces federal charges On Norman hall
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WTOP
"To WTO P dot com. Luke Luger WTO news. It's 1204 Virginia governor Glenn youngkin is drawing fire for his controversial comment just hours after Friday morning's attack on the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi. Speaker Pelosi's husband had a break in last night in their house, and he was assaulted. There's no room for violence anywhere. But we're going to send her back to be with him in California. That's what we're gonna go do Youngkin was speaking at a rally for GOP congressional candidate Wesley Vega running against incumbent Abigail spanberger in Virginia's 7th congressional district, Democrats from across the state denouncing youngkin's comet spanberger tweeting that the governor needs to apologize and show humanity to the Pelosi family. He later sidestepped an apology when he gave an interview to newsmax. Listen, there is no room for this in America. And we have to stop this in this lawlessness has gotten out of control. And I do sincerely hope that speaker Pelosi's husband recovers fully and quickly. Congresswoman representative janitor wexton of Virginia also calling for an apologies in the comments represent a failure of leadership. Late Saturday night speaker Pelosi released a statement concerning Friday morning's attack that left her husband Paul, hospitalized. She said, in part that the family is heartbroken over the life threatening attack on Paul Pelosi, adding that they are grateful for the quick response of law enforcement and emergency services and the lifesaving medical care. He is receiving. It's 1206. Prince William county police have identified a pedestrian killed in a Friday night crash on dumfries road, 31 year old jamel Terrell Tanner of dumfries died after he was hit by a car while walking along Virginia route two 34. Police say a 2013 Hyundai sonata
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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"16, law enforcement sources telling local NBC affiliate WRAL, the youngest is the brother of the suspect, the 15 year old suspected gunman will be charged as an adult. Police and Stockton California say they're sure they've got a suspected serial killer off the streets, announcing the arrest Saturday, saying officers likely prevented another attack as the 43 year old suspect was armed and likely on a mission to kill, they say when he was picked up, police say the suspect had shot 6 people to death 5 in Stockton one in Oakland. There's no word on a possible motive. I'm Scott Carr. In Oregon Saturday, President Biden said he'd been going out of his way not to comment on the work of the select house January 6th committee, but following the release of never before seen footage from the 2021 capitol riot showing House speaker Pelosi and Senate majority leader Schumer making urgent phone calls for help as rioters breached the capitol. The president said that new testimony and footage released Thursday was devastating. At one point speaker Pelosi said if then president Trump were to show up to the capitol at that point, she'd punch him out. New York Suffolk counties been ordered to pay back $700,000 to 6 separate businesses after police seized pricey goods from their stores telling store owners they were needed as evidence and in most cases never returned them. Andrew Whitman's got that story. It took three years in a federal lawsuit to make things right after cops took gold and silver items from the stores without warrants. The lawyer for the store says the items were not connected to any criminal cases and weren't stolen. He says the items were either sold at auction or destroyed. The settlement also requires Suffolk police to use a new system to better track items seized in the future. Meet less burger maker beyond meat is set to lay off about 19% of its workforce, regulatory filings show the plant based food company plans to let about 200 workers go by the end of the year. The latest January 6th House committee hearing got the Saturday Night Live treatment last night with a cold open featuring Chloe fineman as House speaker Pelosi. Let me tell you, if Trump
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A rare show of support for her Taiwan trip from Republican senators. Associated Press Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports. Missouri's Roy blunt says he had never used these four words in a row in this way. Speaker Pelosi was right. Echoing Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell in backing Pelosi's trip over Chinese objections. I welcome the speakers display of support for Taiwan's democracy. They were among more than two dozen Republicans issuing a statement of rare bipartisan support for Pelosi, among those not in favor, Mitt Romney, who doesn't see the point of going, adding it's not a great time to be trying to poke a stick at anyone's eye, given Russia's Ukraine invasion. Sagar Meghani, Washington. So we'll talk about that in this portion of the program with you recalls at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6. And also with Harry kazuya, he is the president and CEO of rogue states, project and good evening Harry. Hey, good evening, Jim. Good to be back. Indeed, good to have you back on. I'll just give you a brief summary of my thoughts. The first one was that I'm not sure what the purpose of this trip was supposed to be except maybe to the tracked attention away from the speaker's husband's trial on drunk driving. Second, she could have flown in, of course, very quietly and paid her visit for whatever reason, but of course that was made impossible by the president, opening his big mouth and blurting that the military was not in favor of her trip. And my final thought is that I think that, frankly, this country should, wean itself from China, virtually entirely. They've violated every agreement they have ever signed, their pack of liars, and I'm not sure why we do any trade with them at all, frankly, but that's my two cents worth. Let's hear from you. I think that's a good two cents. I mean, I think the first thing I'd say, Jim, is that I don't think on the face of that there's anything wrong with the Speaker of the House going to visit Taiwan. I mean, Newt Gingrich did this back in 1997. Mike Pompeo actually just got back from a big trip, of course. He is now the former Secretary of State. But John Bolton back in 2018 met with his Taiwanese counterpart, excuse me back years ago. So it's not unprecedented that senior U.S. officials or just recently U.S. officials that have stepped down from the administrations have met the town's officials. That isn't completely bonkers. But what's bonkers is that the lack of strategy between Pelosi's office and The White House, you know, the president sort of blurting it out and letting it out in the open. This is going to happen. I think what was always intended for a visit where she was making her way through the end of the Pacific region with other democratic congressmen and then she would just sort of do a one off one night visit to Taiwan or maybe land take her photo op with the Taiwanese president leaf. So I don't think Nancy Pelosi intended this to be a big major press event. But when dealing with the Chinese, I don't think she realized the overall problems in the relationship and I think she badly miscalculated and now this is blown up in the Biden administration state. You know, it's not exactly like she's brand new and Congress she has been around a while since the mid 80s for Pete's sakes. I mean, what you just said might be an excuse to be provided by somebody who was elected, let's say a year and a half ago, but not by Nancy Pelosi for Pete's sake. I mean, you may have provided an adequate explanation, but it certainly is not an excuse. But what makes this in Washington these days, my friend, absolutely nothing. You know, I think that I really, truly in my heart believe that they thought that this would just be a one day event that the Chinese would get upset that they would put out some tough statements, but I don't think Nancy Pelosi has been watching as much about what's happening in the Endo Pacific region as paying as much of what's been happening in Russia and Ukraine. And you know what rightly so a lot of us have and that makes a lot of sense. You've had me on the show talk about that this issue. But I think what Pelosi and a lot of democratic allies seem to forget is that the China challenge itself is the greatest national security challenge. This country has ever faced. I mean, we go back to the days of the Cold War. The Soviet Union was a powerful adversary, but let's be honest, the Soviet Union didn't have the economic muscle to population the economic sophistication, the military hardware that is growing by the day to challenge the United States. And just a quick example, the reason why China's military has been built up over the last 30 years is a crisis like right now that we're having. Back in 1995 and 1996, China's then president wanted to come to court on university and set up a major crisis. Now then the Chinese couldn't even find our aircraft carriers to target them. Now they have actual carrier killer missiles that can target our aircraft carriers all the way out to Guam. So the calculus of all this has changed a lot. And I was thinking if you Pelosi had a clue on any of this. Well, it doesn't say much about her. You may well be right, as I say, but it is a much better explanation than it is an excuse. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 on the Jimbo hanan shows. We look at and of course, we'll come back, we'll talk a little bit more with the Harry kazuya of rogue state's project regarding the support being given to Pelosi from Republican senators of all people. 26 6 5 O Jimbo and we'll have to call here from Tom and Sharon Pennsylvania. Good evening Tom. Good evening, Jimmy, good evening. You know, I can recall when before the election of the president. Nancy Pelosi was calling a meeting that discussed the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the constitution. And she specifically, you said that the Pelosi, first of all, of course, Pelosi would not take part in any Twenty-fifth Amendment process, which is to be taken by the vice president and the cabinet, and when did Nancy Pelosi ever utter a word about the Twenty-fifth Amendment? Before the presidential election, which we've had several, which won the last one. With Trump, the last election would be before Trump and Biden were running as president for the presidency. Before the election of 2020, she was supposedly calling a meeting to about the discuss that and she specifically stated it had nothing to do with the current president, which led to speculation that it might have something to do with Joe Biden and Jim you and I and a number of other people have discussed since the possibility of Biden not making it through the entire term and I tend to go after he had demonstrated both in his campaign and in his presidency some serious problems, but I must confess I don't remember any discussions involving Nancy Pelosi who again asked House speaker has exactly zero role in whatever Twenty-fifth Amendment proceedings might take place. However, if the interesting topic and will drop that one in Harry Kazan is lap as well, your thought I have said on a number of occasions, Harry, that the names Biden and Harris will not appear on the 2024 democratic ticket. What do you think? Well, you know, I always go back to thinking about the 2020 election. How would a weird time it was? And to be honest with you, Joe Biden is sort of the last man standing. I mean, it seemed like as we were going through the process, Bernie Sanders had picked up a lot of momentum. You know, we basically Biden was starting to lose staff. He was losing funding. And Sanders seemed like he was going to walk away with the nomination. And I think the Democratic Party rigged the system as much as it possibly could, did everything they could to hand this to Joe Biden because he was a lot more of an acceptable candidate than a quote unquote democratic socialist
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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Very significant drag from the trade deficit and balance. So growth is definitely slowing. And growth will continue. So, and I'm not saying that consumers spending was abandoned. You know, they're doing just their part, which is critical to keeping the make sure that the economy doesn't go into recession. So in my mind, the American consumer is the firewall between an economy that avoids recession and one that goes in the downturn. The firewall is under pressure because of the high inflation, but it feels like it's holding firm in the fire is now starting to receive, and if that continues to be the case, you know, we got a fighting chance to make our way through without going into recession. All right. Marcus Andy, thank you. Always good to speak with you. Thank you. Jeff mells, this is the notion of the soft landing, isn't it? Yeah, it is, but I think you make a really good point about the fed, right? And you had this perceived pivot, but then all of a sudden basically right after the press conference, you saw a long-term inflation expectations jump by a pretty significant amount. So basically what the market is saying, it's way too early for the fed to pivot. We talked about that. And I do think that that's generally problematic. And I think the reality is, and Courtney mentioned this, we have to look forward relative to the consumer. You know, we always talk about monetary policy impacting the economy with long and variable lead time. So I think we're only just seeing the effects of higher interest rates on the consumer. And you listen to companies or saying the consumer is okay. But I think if you read through some of the data, you start to see the early signs of it. And that's what I'm looking at. AT&T talking about later payments from their customers. Visa is saying there's no weakness, but that could be lower quantities at higher prices. Similar for P and G so if you read through some of the commentary, I think it's the early signs of the consumer starting to slow down. And that's what worries me the most. Input costs may be coming down, but prices, these price increases, the consumer feeling they are sticky, rents are sticky. That's going to be some time to him before the consumer feels relief on that front. I agree. And I think the housing market is also another place where the fed needs to target. They actually want there to be more pain in the housing market. I just go back to what we had a conversation yesterday about regional banks. They're lending and their ability to actually make profits from this higher interest rate environment is, I think, extraordinary. What market pointed out in some of his notes is that he's actually seeing some tightening and lending standards. Yeah. That to me is disappointing after years of headwinds here that actually banks are starting to lend again. Let's see how that goes. Coming up, ride share surge who were jumping 19% today on the back of its earnings will tell
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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Around the world. The Q three results we announced today demonstrate the early progress we've made in just four short months. Melissa, we should also note on the call. How are children saying they're not seeing any meaningful reduction right now in consumer spending. He's touting the brand's pricing power and he also says they're not really seeing consumers trade down just yet. That's something that we did hear from McDonald's and chipotle over the last week about lower income consumers, in particular, starting to pull back. It doesn't look like that's happening just yet for Starbucks. And they have had price increases recently. Yeah, and that's something that all of these companies are testing. Right? Like how much they can increase when consumers will start to pull back. But analysts have singled out Starbucks because it does tend to cater to a higher income demographic that may be less price sensitive, so it looks like that pricing power remains for this brand for now. Okay, thank you. Kate Rogers, I will go to Tim Seymour, who is both an investor in the stock and a customer of the stores. And have been very loyal and defending Starbucks for years, still on the stock and still go to the store. But I do find that the price points at some point for someone like me who maybe I can afford it. Maybe I shouldn't care so much. I always paid more for a cup of coffee, 22 years ago when I went in there the first time. And defended that, but at some point, it's offensive. I actually think it's offensive. And I think their ability to get some of these price increases through is something that at some point they will not be able to do. I think ultimately, the great news for this company is that 53% of their sales are coming through the loyalty. This is a company that's now, I don't know, 27 million in terms of loyalty customers and that this is where their sales are coming from. The numbers I'm seeing in terms of this quarter, Karen points out as we talked about this on the break, it is summertime, but 75% of their sales are coming from cold beverages. With a lot of ice, maybe, in them. So better margins. But anyway, I just think these numbers were better than the street expected. There was not a high expectation internationally. I saw down 29% expectation and the U.S. was 8.8. They beat on both sides. I think it's a relief. Yeah. Karen, what do you think? Well, I'm sort of lukewarm on it. I think you and I were on the other side of a trade in her fate and I was a faded. You were a trader. So it seems like you were right on the barge though, but I agree with what Tim's saying, and that was part of the reason that I don't love it. Get offended. Get offended. Okay. You know, I feel like, and I actually have, you know, downloaded on my phone. I have the app. I haven't used it in a while because I do find it offensive. Right. And so, and it just seems to me that the consumer is tapped out. When we hear about them, you know, inflation for gas and for food and whatever else they're paying more for, it would just seem one more thing, maybe there's just maybe they just trade down a little bit. I don't know about that. But and the valuation, it's not super crazy, but it's significantly higher than the market. Right. Or they do what I do. They brew it. Oh. Novel. We got an earnings alert here on Caesar's contessa brewer has been listening on the conference call just got some breaking details, contessa. Yeah, so Melissa, Tom Reagan is on the call, and he was talking about how impressed he is with their digital four way. How impressed he is with how digital is doing in such a short period of time. And
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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Square on the desk tonight. Tim Seymour Karen finerman, Kourtney Garcia and Jeff mills. We're gonna get to those after hours moves and PayPal and AMD in just a moment, but we start off at the latest development stemming from House speaker Nancy Pelosi's highly controversial visit to Taiwan. We're seeing the first response from China with one battery maker putting plans for multi-billion dollar North American plants on pause. Let's get to fill a bow for the details here. Phil. Melissa, the battery maker is CATL, the largest battery cell supplier in the world and there is report this afternoon out of China that the company, which is in the process of looking at a possible location for a $5 billion EV battery cell plant, either in the U.S. or in Mexico, that they're putting that announcement on hold, at least that's the report from Reuters out of China, keep in mind the importance here is that that plant would supply Tesla and Ford here in the U.S. as you take a look at shares of Ford keep in mind that the CATL battery plant once it's online would supply lithium phosphate batteries to Ford, those are the lower cost batteries starting next year for the Mach-E as well as the F one 50 lightning. Now this is an announcement that's on hold. It doesn't mean that they're scrapping the plants altogether. And that's why I don't think we're seeing a huge reaction on shares of Ford. As for Tesla, remember CATL already supplies battery cells for teslas that are manufactured in China. They have a long-standing relationship, CATL does with Tesla in China, and finally, as you take a look at shares of CATL, keep in mind that this is an announcement that reportedly has been put on hold, the company, according to the reports out of China, would likely still make an announcement maybe next month, maybe in October, but clearly this announcement coming today that they are putting a site selection on hold is clearly in response to Nancy Pelosi being in Taiwan. Melissa? It is interesting timing, Phil, thank you. Phil lebeau, Marcus broadly, took a leg lower as these headlines were crossing with the S&P giving up gains ending the day down two and a third, two thirds of percent. A heavy dose of hawkish fed speak didn't help either in terms of the action today. So what do you make it make of it all, Tim? I think the fed speak was more important. And I don't want to underestimate the importance of China, U.S. relations, and where those tensions could go. And where we don't want them to go. But when I think about what's most important for the market here, it's what has had the most impact on the market to this point, which has been fed speak Powell last week. Something along the lines of that I'm closer to neutral on that neutral, which I don't believe, and I certainly would be disappointed if they felt there at neutral. But again, we have mester. We have other folks out there who are voting members of the FOMC reminding everybody, hey, look, we were at three 90 on fed funds as we got into next year at the peak in June after the hawkish June meeting. We're down to three 20. I'm not sure that's where we belong. Equities love that. Look at the semis, which were up again today before closing a bit lower. But I mean, you have a dynamic here where you've had a 27% move in the parts of the market that are most sensitive to lower interest rates. And so again, the Pelosi visit to China is geopolitical complexity of a larger net nature than I think the market was really paying attention to today. It doesn't mean companies that want to secure EV supplies. And we heard that from GM and Ford, GM going out of their way to say they've actually secured out the next couple of years. But today is all about the fed. Right. We were just talking yesterday about how we were worried that the markets were already pricing in a pivot. And then we got this, they trotted out the fed speakers saying, you know what? Don't price in a pivot yet. It's way too early. We've got a lot of work to be done. Right. Exactly right. And I agree with Tim completely. At the time, we sort of all thought, wow, that was it hawkish was a dove issue. You hear whatever you wanted to hear. I think we all agreed that it sounded very hawkish, and I think that they then sent out the troops and the troops delivered the message that they wanted the market to understand. We're nowhere near done, inflation is still way, way, way too high. We can't even begin to think about slowing down or pivoting or whatever you want to call it. And if a recession is the byproduct of that, so be it. We got to live with it. So I think that was a lot of what weighed on the markets, but also it was just, you know, a little sigh after a gigantic, gigantic run. So we just went back to where we were, I don't know, Friday afternoon, maybe. So to put it into perspective. I mean, we mentioned that we mentioned what's going on in China, because at the margin at the very least, this is yet another reason to be cautious here. It's certainly not a reason to be constructive Courtney on top of the uncertainty we have regarding what the fed is going to do or not do. Yeah, and I think it does just add to some geopolitical uncertainty here. And especially it's going to affect things like your semiconductors, right? Because that's a lot of your semiconductors are actually coming out of Taiwan. So I think that could be something that is going to be overweight a little bit and might actually weigh on your semiconductors on top of any demand problems that they might be having right now. I think it's really too early to trade on anything like that. It's really not directly affecting the markets at least at this point, but it is something to keep our eye on if nothing else. Yeah, Jeff, what do you think? Well, listen, I think the added risk is problematic in the sense that there's this narrative developing that the market sold off a lot of things are cheap, but things are getting less cheap. You know, I know we've talked talking about this economic slowdown for some time, the need for EPS expectations to come down. They have fallen. So look out to 2023 price to earnings ratio. It was about 14 times. So kind of cheap. Now 17 times as expectations start to come down. So I think that's interesting as EPS comes down. That sort of strain on valuation increases. So any additional risk that the market has to deal with, whether it's geopolitical uncertainty or otherwise, it becomes more problematic as valuations rise and valuations are not rising for necessarily a good reason. So I think that that's maybe the most important thing to pay attention to right now. Relative to what's going on with Pelosi and Taiwan. I mean, listen, I think that regardless, China and the U.S. was on a collision course. I think you'll have a bunch of saber rattling right now, but make no mistake. Taiwan is basically the most important country on earth right now and how this fight is going to play out over the long term is very hard to predict. I think if you're trying to play the long game, it probably means more U.S. company on shoring, localized supply chains. I've talked about Applied Materials in terms of semiconductor equipment and more factories needing to be built. So those are all things to consider, but I think the first point about earnings
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US House Speaker Pelosi arrives in Taiwan, defying Beijing
"Despite threats from China House speaker Nancy Pelosi has arrived in Taiwan on the highest level U.S. visit in 25 years Shortly after stepping off an air force plane in Taipei Pelosi issued a statement saying her visit honors America's commitment to backing the self ruled island's vibrant democracy China claims Taiwan as its territory and sees visits by foreign officials as recognition of the island's sovereignty warning Pelosi against visiting Both she and the Biden administration say her arrival does not signal any shift in U.S. policy toward Taiwan but Beijing accusing Washington of a betrayal and says it will conduct targeted military operations to safeguard national sovereignty Sagar Meghani Washington
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US Speaker Pelosi arrives in Taiwan, raising China tensions
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi has arrived in Taiwan on a visit that's raising tensions between the U.S. and China Pelosi is the highest ranking American official in 25 years to visit the self ruled island China claims as its own Beijing has been warning of strong measures if she showed up The Biden administration did not explicitly urge Pelosi to call off the trip but did try to assure China her visit would not signal a shift in U.S. policy toward Taiwan Nothing has changed There's no drama to talk to Still National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said yesterday U.S. officials worried China would retaliate with military exercises as a show of force We will not take the bait or engage in saber rattling Sagar Meghani Washington
Nancy Pelosi Must Take the Trip to Taiwan
"Nancy Pelosi has talked about taking a trip to Taiwan I said yesterday she must take it She must take it now because the communist Chinese are insisting that she not take it And they have actually increased their pressure and they have indicated that if she does take it there will be serious consequences And as written by Kayleigh Patterson U.S. Military has begun developing contingency plans for any incident that may occur if house speaker Pelosi follows through with a reported plan to travel to Taiwan next month If Joe Biden said last week they believed it would be better for her to stay home What a disaster that would be to send that kind of a message Particularly to a regime like this
Schumer & Manchin's Energy Bill Involves More Than Just Energy
"It's part of the agreement announced Wednesday Schumer and speaker Pelosi agreed to pass legislation governing energy permits Following Manchin stated interest in limiting a party line domestic policy Bill to healthcare and lowering prescription drug prices Democrats were expecting to pursue a bill that did not include climate or energy provisions But Manchin and Schumer quietly continued negotiating behind the scenes Mostly through staff leading to a surprise breakthrough while Manchin was sidelined with COVID The agreement mirrors roughly what Manchin first laid out earlier this year albeit with a more limited tax title Democrats will raise revenues for the legislation by imposing a 15% corporate minimum tax perfect Perfect when we have negative growth non growth perfect Increase IRS enforcement and that is against you So they're going to put billions into the IRS Reducing drug prices and closing the so called carry interest loophole Notably the legislation also extends the Affordable Care Act subsidies through the 2024 election And the first term of Joe Biden's presidency taking a big political headache off their table Then it goes on
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Archbishop: Pelosi will be denied communion over abortion
"The conservative Catholic archbishop of San Francisco said Friday that he will no longer allow U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi to receive communion because of her support for abortion rights AP correspondent Norman hall reports Archbishop Salvatore cordelia said he sent speaker Pelosi a letter April 7th expressing his concerns after she vowed to codify the Supreme Court's roe versus wade decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion into law Cordell Leone sat Pelosi never responded He said he told Pelosi in the letter that she must either repudiate her support of abortion rights or stop speaking publicly about her Catholic faith Over the past year has been among the most outspoken U.S. bishops advocating that communion be denied to president Joe Biden and other politicians who support abortion rights on Norman
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Enhanced now because we're another week later and we still don't have it Thank you Speaker Pelosi Heather tweet speaker Pelosi going off in a whips meeting about Dems who took down COVID preparedness package last week I am really heated up about this She said representative gloss said that to yesterday He's been talking about this And I on cue another story this morning a new COVID wave might be coming somehow we're not prepared How many times are we going to do this Speaker Pelosi on this one more time So this is nothing to mess with I think we need even more money than they had been the compromise was The Republicans did not want to spend money on COVID and they don't like the state funding So we took some of the state funding only have for the money I was very disappointed I have to be very honest with you Yeah spiritual agnew's ghost on Twitter one of my faves said Americans seem to be acting like they're done with COVID but COVID has not done with us at all The complacency and fatigue from being from being careful is not going to end well I don't know how many times How do we conduct doom get for God's sakes until we Ron clean by the way So there was nothing inevitable about getting 215 million Americans fully vax or schools opened or two thirds of seniors boosted or robust supply of COVID treatments In terms of what we accomplished but this is where was this Where was this crowd Just by the way and I'm not panicking People on Twitter I think this is exactly what this piece is saying It's not about panicking people right It's just about oh for God's sakes Can we learn a lesson from the first 5 waves as doctor redland keeps telling us Pandemic they write in this is that the week pandemic laws aren't meant to last There are new signs the U.S. might emphasize be about to undergo another spike in COVID cases the CDC this week confirmed that wastewater sampling It's about poop so you know I was going to do this.
Nancy Pelosi Suppresses Speech Against China for Her Financial Interest
"Could it be because you and your family made a crap ton of money From doing business deals with the Chinese government could it be that your husband has made an incredible amount of money as her husband and her son have scored big business deals in China You know Nancy Pelosi and this is a fact shifted her China stance as her family scored big cash from Chinese communist companies House speaker Pelosi softened her criticism of Chinese communist regime as her husband and her son were making more money than they never made in their lives This by the way it came out in that new number one bestselling book that's out right now You might want to get your hands on it red handed how American elites get rich helping China win It's also comes as Nancy Pelosi's under fire for stock trading returns made by her and her husband that regularly outperformed the markets Now it appears though her family's businesses opportunity in China have influenced her policy views on Americans America's chief adversary Yeah Pelosi's family has had millions of dollars on the line when it comes to China And the speaker seems to have altered position on China's commerce regime for a policy perspective from a policy perspective that these investments crew and took shape in a big way Remember Pelosi began her career has been a tough on China person And just like today still occasionally rips the Chinese Communist Party for human rights abuses but tells American athletes to shut up about
New York Post: Schumer’s Daughters Work for Amazon, Facebook as He Holds Power Over Antitrust Bill
"New York Post lady a moynahan Schumer's daughter's plural Work for Amazon Facebook As he holds power over antitrust Bill Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is responsible for shepherding antitrust bills that aim to crack down on big tech And both his children are on the payroll of companies the proposal would seek to rein in On the money has learned in the New York Post Jessica Schumer is a registered lobbyist at Amazon According to New York State records Allison Schumer works at Facebook as a product marketing manager I mean so damn corrupt Advocates of the legislation fear that the tech companies ties to Schumer's children could create a conflict of interest people close to the matter told on the money And they say Schumer's familial connection to the tech companies is just the tip of the iceberg When it comes to the cozy relationship some members of Congress have with these firms When you put together the amount of money speaker Pelosi made off tech with the fact that leader Schumer's two kids work for giant tech companies Democrats are going to have a very hard time explaining of major legislation doesn't move forward this session One progressive operative told the post
Bret Baier Interviews Rep. Liz Cheney on Goals of Jan. 6 Committee
"So last evening Brett Barrett Liz Cheney Liz Cheney will not come on this program And he asked her a couple of questions that I think is very important First cut 15 go But it sounds like congresswoman that the goal of the committee perhaps is to go after Trump's inner circle and prevent the former president from running for president again Is that a fair assessment of the goal No the goal of the committee is what I said We are a committee of Congress Our responsibility is legislative purpose to determine what laws we have in place but additional laws we might need to prevent an attack like that from ever happening again And we need to understand what happened We need to know what members of this body were doing what they were engaged in Of course she's a liar That's not really what she's trying to do Absolute liar for the reason that Bret baier focuses in on next Cut 16 go What about the security failure here The capitol police the architect of the capitol the Senate sergeant of arms have all turned over requested documents to the house administration's committee overlooking the security aspect The house sergeant arms has not Speaker Pelosi has said that the house sergeant of arms requested the National Guard passed a note There are open questions about the speakers involvement and interactions with the sergeant of arms during that time And yet chairman Thompson has announced on your committee that the speaker's office is off limits and that there's no call for those documents for the house charge of arms Why is that if it's designed to prevent something like this from not happening again Well look the committee itself is very focused on that issue We have an entire investigative team focused on the security failures that day focused on the response of
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Pelosi: 'Yes,' IRS 'Tracking' of Bank Accounts Over $600 Still on Table as Opposition Grows
"The idea would require banks credit unions and other providers of financial services to track and submit information to the IRS about the total inflows and outflows of every account that features a balance over $600 at any point during the year or with at least that much an annual transactions. Speaker Pelosi was asked about it this week. Yuri, let's play. Can we play the Nancy Pelosi clip? She was asked about this by a reporter and she seems very intent on making sure this is part of the Democrats reconciliation package. Listen to this day, listen to this David. In the build back better build that's been proposed is IRS cracking down on the banks are starting to get calls from customers and they're reporting these calls. They're concerned about its tracking of transactions that is greater than $600. So Americans are starting to be worried about this. Do you think that this paper of getting the IRS more money to check on an unpleasant taxes is going to stay in the reconciliation? Yes, what do you think? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Well, I mean, with all due respect, the plural of anecdote is not data. I've said that before here. Yes, there are concerns that some people have. But if people are breaking the law and not paying their taxes, one way to track them is through the banking measure. I think 600. That's a negotiation that will go on as to what the amount is. But yes. That is very clear. This is going to happen as far as if they get their way. But David Williams, there's been a tremendous amount of pushback from customers from Americans from the lobbyist with the banks, maybe maybe this is something that doesn't soar through the way the Democrats hope it
This Week with George Stephanopoulos
Manchin to Dems: Pause Social Spending Plan
"Joined by west virginia. Senator joe manchin senator mentioned. Thanks for joining us this morning. You've called harris george. You've called for a strategic pause and the president's build back better plan three point five trillion dollar plan but party leaders from the president is speaker pelosi to leaders. Schumer have all rejected that call for a pause. Schumer says it's full speed ahead in the senate. It can't pass the senate without your vote where things stand right now. Would your job in very clear. I think i think strategically pauses necessary right now. We have the unknown in the unknown. Is everything you've been talking about. Covert what's going to happen with cova what they'll do to the economy. No one's talking about inflation or debt and we should have that as part of the discussion and then the geopolitical. What's going on around the world and what type type of challenges we face so the unknown is there and we don't know what that's going to going to partake what we do know. Is that basically the need for this. The emergency to do something in the next week is not there We've done five point. Four trillion george over the last year and mud a year and a half five point four trillion law. That money is still going out the door. There's no one going to be left behind for the rest of this year and most of next year. So the urgency. I can't understand why we can't take time deliberate on this and work back in january. You propose spending four trillion dollars on infrastructure. So what changed. We're talking about four. That was about four point five trillion. They had a talking about. Is that what you're talking about what you're saying about five having a having both of those put together and i said from day one. These are two complete different categories. The one we have in front of us right now. It's already passed in a bipartisan way. With nineteen republicans. George is the hardcore infrastructure. The roads bridges internet water sewer all the things that have been neglected for the last thirty years. The president went out and campaigned on this. He went out and sold this thing. We all got behind him. We had a bipartisan deal. And i think it's the greatest thing we could do. That's the one that has the urgent and emergency that we have. Let's get that done it setting over in the house right now.
Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan
"C going for it all. This is a very good day. We have come to an agreement. After all. Long, hard negotiating the stops and starts. We're here. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is the Senate is ready for a final vote on the $1.1 trillion infrastructure plan. But that's not all. Wait. There's more. The Democrats are introducing a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that addresses most of President Biden's a debt agenda. And right now we're looking at the political fight ahead on that, with ABC News contributor Sarah Isgur So Sarah, at least looking at the $1.1 trillion bill a lot of bipartisan support, and some said that that President Biden back when he was saying this could get done was You know, kind of, you know, being whispering in the clouds not realistic, but it looks like it's close to getting done. Finally so we could have up to 18 Plus Republicans voting Yes, at 11 A.m. Today in Washington, D. C, including Mitch McConnell, the Republican minority leader. What makes it all the more impressive is that Donald Trump has repeatedly said that Republicans need to vote against this bill. It gives Joe Biden a win that he didn't get. And he wants them to vote. No. And you have 18 plus Republicans, basically ignoring the former president, which is a an interesting break within the Republican Party. At the same time. Once this bill passes the Senate, it will go to the house where Speaker Pelosi has said She's not going to bring it up for a vote because she wants to see the $3.5 trillion spending deal. Get voted on first. So the bite administration, you know, it's one step forward two steps back. It seems like for his goal of a bipartisan infrastructure deal that he can actually put his signature on well back to these
House Fails to Extend Eviction Moratorium Ahead of 6-Week Recess
"Iverson Evictions Moratorium extension He fails in the House Democrats attempt was objected to by Republicans House Speaker Pelosi. This is really, really so unfair to the landlords, the housing providers, however, they are identified as well as to the renters who will now end up. Hopefully not. Hopefully the money will get out there. No word what happens next? Other than the evictions protection expiring late tomorrow night? House just left for vacation. The Supreme Court ruling bars the executive branch from taking action, but it is not a money issue. The federal government's only spend three billion of more than 46 billion available to help out of work. Americans pay their rent. White House spokesperson Karine Jean Pierre blaming that on the state's This shouldn't be happening. Uh, states should be making sure that these monies are getting out as quickly as possible. It's not clear if states are delaying helping renters or renters don't know how to get the cash. Many could start getting eviction notice. Is this
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McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"
"Testimony on the capital riot starts today in Washington. CBS is Linda Kenyon reports. The committee was supposed to be composed of 13 members, eight Democrats and five Republicans. But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all five of his members after Speaker Pelosi rejected two of them. Even before McCarthy pulled his members. Pelosi had named Republican list Cheney to take one of the Democratic seats and Pelosi later appointed Republican Adam Kinzinger. Their appointments prompted McCarthy to call them Pelosi Republicans, while Cheney and Kinzinger shot back calling
The Daily Dive
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"Dr angelov ryan and she you know her whole mission In public health is to try to find ways out people exercise and take better care of their health and she did a survey of of cannabis users and found that so many of them were exercising and that sort of led her to want to study. Why or so many people using Marijuana to exercise and yet you know she has a lot of trouble trying to you know. Study this typically as a researcher when you want to study something like this substance you would bring people into the lab you have them consume into put them on a treadmill and see how it affects their performance have them do strength or test of their strength and that kind of thing but you know she's because of the laws she's not allowed to have it on campus and she can't instruct people to use it you know she can't give them any sort of Instructions that would end up in them potentially using her day at the university of colorado had to actually develop a mobile lab In order to study this People using cannabis and what they do is people. Tell them when they're going to use You know cannabis so they have to drive the lab to their home while these people consume it in the privacy of their homes and they come out into the into the van and they run the blood test on them Then they go back inside and the map to come to the lab At another time on a day when they've used marijuana and then they get on the treadmill and then you know in a day when they haven't used it they have to come back to live. You know to get on the treadmill and do these tests. Some you know blood tests and all these things. So it's there's all these hurdles involved at very difficult to study. You know the relationship between candidates and exercise and sports and in general and still through all of this from you know people just working out regularly to all all the way to elite athletes. You know some of these workouts smoking and then going and having your workout have become more popular and as we mentioned earlier on you know the majority of people say it helps them either with pain or to sleep. Better get get better rest than recover from those workouts And then and as you mentioned to calming them down the anxiety of performance anxiety helps them a lot with that exactly. Yeah and so you know. There's definitely as we mentioned earlier. There's you know some concerns when you use marijuana about its effects on the lungs and obviously they're also been studies showing that it can impair your judgement and decision making ability. Your reaction time So that's an issue if you're playing baseball for example you gotta fast ball coming out you. This might affect your reaction time but There's so many athletes and this was something that really struck me. When i was reporting on this. You know who say that when they use cannabis For their exercise or sport. It really helps them concentrate on their sport. It helps them. You know Become dialed in..
MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Get your podcasts. The chairman of president trump's inaugural committee was arrested yesterday and indicted on seven felony counts. He's charged with acting as a foreign agent of the united arab emirates. We've had subsequent word that trump appointees at the justice department may have blocked this indictment from going forward while trump was still in office. There's someone in particular that i've been looking forward to asking about the significance of this news. He served over twenty years at the fbi as top counterintelligence agent. He eventually rose to the rank of deputy assistant director of the fbi's counterintelligence decision division. Excuse me that's the number two counterintelligence position in the fbi. It was in that role that he was assigned to lead the fbi investigation into russian interference in the 2016. Since leaving government he's written a book it's titled compromised counterintelligence and the threat of donald j trump. The book recounts not only his time in law enforcement and the russia investigation but also the agonizing process of having been relentlessly relentlessly demonized and attacked for his role in the russia investigation. His name is peter struck and it is an honor to have him here tonight. Mr struck thank you so much for being here. I'm i'm really glad you're able to be here great to do you think that there is a national security and counterintelligence way to look at the tom barrack. Indictment is that part of the way that we should understand. The significance of this case did absolutely is and let me frame it this way. If you look at the indictment in april of eighteen al shot he who is one of the three individuals from the ua or one of the three who is indicted. He's interviewed by the fbi but three days later. According to the indictment he flees home in california where he's been living goes overseas never returns to the united states again. Now he is intimately involved with not only mr barrack but also very senior high ranking officials within the emirati government. The moment he returns it stands to reason that he is going to tell everybody has been working with exactly what went on what he was asked about. The the i the nature of the questions about his relationship to mr barrack the nature of the interactions between the white house. And mr barrick and everybody who matters. He's been working with the uae. Knows what happened. And when they look at the united states and they see signs they see no investigation. They see no arrest but they know that there's something going on. They know that there's something really horribly politically damaging if it gets out. Guess what that gives the murad leverage over not only baruch keep in mind all the folks he's been dealing with in the white house and guess what communications are no longer anywhere in this world where it's just between the two people who are talking. So if say the saudis listening to this conversations if the qataris were listening in on conversations if the russians were listening in on this conversation's everybody who is aware of what was going on. Sunday by virtue of that information has leverage to be able to influence the actions of president trump. This people around him. And certainly mr barrick and those people who allegedly were involved in the scheme with him. So you can't think this just as a law was broke and we're going to prosecute it or not. You have to look much more. Broadly about the ways that makes the united states vulnerable the ways that make president trump vulnerable and then from that point of all the things we still don't know because we haven't yet done a really thorough. Look at all the different things that were going on by the administration from counterintelligence perspective. Well that also in this specific instance puts a real bullseye on this new reporting that sort of tracks with what we understand about the case which is this was ready to go And there was apparently a long delay and the justice department wouldn't allow this indictment the justice department under trump wouldn't allow this indictment to go forward until trump was out of office and biden was in office. If one of the things that you're describing there is that there's a blackmail risk there's a coercion risk for. Every moment that passes from one that questioning happened in two thousand eighteen. This in this case is unknown. Live case about this foreign agent to win. Actually charges are finally brought all of that delay. At least some of that delay is on the justice department and may have been politically motivated that increased the counterintelligence risk the national security risk to our country and our government without question and it was part of a pattern of behavior by the past administration. You look at this. But don't look at it in isolation think about the Intelligence community whistle blower who came forward and had concerns about the quid-pro-quo conversation that trump had with ukrainian president dolinsky. That was something. Doj looked and said this doesn't even merit investigation but yet it was sufficient enough to impeach trump over. Think about rudy. Giuliani in the search warrants. That were served on him. Well in advance of this year when if media recordings to be believed that the grand jury investigations really picking up steam. Those were actions with the giuliani was having with people not only in ukraine but in the ukraine related to russia so time and time and time again we see these various investigations which have a significant foreign nexus which have before next this the hostile nations in many cases and you have the department of justice turning a blind eye to landing saying we're simply not going to do anything and every minute they do. That is a minute that somebody in the administration is exposed to being vulnerable through exactly what you said through blackmail or other sorts of coercion. Because they don't want this information getting out because it's going to damage them politically and the solution to that is not just to say i mean. Forgive me solution to that. Is not just say we're not going to do that anymore. At the justice department those things consequential decisions that have potentially ongoing national security implications. And just let that stuff ride. When the justice department was a handmaiden to some of this harm. I find it. I find it very frustrating. Thank you for talking with me about this. Peter struck served as deputy assistant director of the fbi. Counterintelligence division Mister struck. I look forward to having you back again soon. It's nice to see you.
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"This'll is the news and talk of Texas. It's D FW's Court of public opinion with Rick Roberts. No, there's got to be A few 100 million more like me. Just trying to keep it free. Rick Roberts right now on use talking 20 w B p there, will you be Abie dot com. Speaker Pelosi, who who hates President Trump. With the energy of 1000 Suns afforded him no due process in the house. None zero. Zilch, nada. Yeah, well, the Hmm. The sooner we stop with the identity politics. The sooner we stop with the cancel culture, the sooner we stop, um large platforms from taking away your First Amendment rights. The better off, we'll be. But don't expect that under abide administration Expect your First Amendment to be even further curtailed. Expect your second Amendment to be assaulted whenever possible. Um, expect the attack on the electoral college to come in any moment, And as I said before, I'm no constitutional attorney. But I've read the Constitution. It's kind of Ah. Long read because of the way it's written, but read it sometime. I don't think there's anything in the Constitution whatsoever that gives any political Body the right to impeach President that's no longer president. Um, I just don't see it. EJ and Fort Worth E. J. How you doing? Go on. Well, Rick, Thanks for taking my call. I originally called to give you my nickname for Mr Biden because you were grasping for what to call him. And as I'm sitting here, I have to go. Mentioned a few other points. I'll try and be as brief as I can, but I call him I call him Thief in chief. Uh, so basically, I, Joe Biden, the thief and chief, I I kind of like that. Perfect. Well, I don't know if you were watching on the six I was on C span, and I do find it ironic that exhibit exact moment that objections were brought. To the electoral quote. All of a sudden there was a disturbance in the house. And I'm thinking if there was a capital breach, how is it that well coordinated at that very moment. That's when things were disrupted. So I think there's plenty of evidence. We just didn't get our chance to, um put put it forth for the debate because they shut that down and it worked. So, um, on a bigger picture. I would hope that your listeners would look back to the congressional record in 1963, where it was red in the 45 Communist goals. And we're taking him off one of the time, so I'm worried for our republic. And I think it started with our vote for Obama because Everybody voted for personality instead of policy. And now we're on this down, he'll float. That very dangerous of, we all know. Um We're going to be fighting trying to next. I think we're just a generation away. Too far removed from war. I think the younger generation has been too complacent and they don't know how good they have it. So no, they don't. They certainly were born into entitlement. And if you think about it in this is not a slam on younger people by any stretch. But I would hate to think that the cupcake generation would have to go to war to defend the United States because we haven't done a very good job of raising them nor educating them. Erection. Well, thank you for sharing that email. It's right, 100%. And I wish you could read it on there every day. That I pray every day for our republic, and I just hope that people out there listening realized that it's bigger than this election. It's figure I kind of chuckle at the coverage. All of a sudden, CNN took down their banner that was telling up all the covert deaths and covert cases that's gone now, and they're fighting over whether to impeach Trump Isn't there something better they could be doing with their time so People that are in her, You know, uh Call him independence. I hope you're opening your eyes to see how you're just a pawn and Good call, and I appreciate it. You know, CNN, MSNBC all the usual suspects. That's what they're doing, right? You're right. Get damn the fax. Throw the raw meat out there for their audience on def your leftist you you eat that stuff up even though if you set for a second Warren, stay very quiet and use your brain you'll realize doesn't make sense. EJ. Very good calling again, Um, that that article it will be Bill. How does it where will be on the podcast? Or will it be the audio of the day? Okay s so just go toe and people are emailing left and right..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"M Y I HD to San Diego's live local breaking the president is out of the office. But an impeachment isn't out of the question. I'm Zachary Barnes in the Cocoa News Center. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says the House article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump will be sent to the Senate in three days. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi, who inform me That the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. Impeachment articles accused Trump of inciting the violent and deadly attack on the Capitol. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell argued that President Trump's lawyers need some time to prepare. He wants to delay that start until next month. A two thirds vote is needed. Which means 17. Republicans would have to vote joined Democrats in voting Yes. Investigations are ongoing into how supporters of former President Trump's for President Trump stormed the capital, while Congress debated the electoral college results, including one look into congressional members accused of aiding those supporting eighties. Supporters prior to the demonstration. There are six investigations now on going into the ride on Capitol Hill on the sixth of January. And the big question here is were there any Republican members of Congress who led these reconnaissance tours for the riders? Kevin McCarthy, the House minority leader, says he has no evidence that any of his members were involved. So let's get and have all the facts before we accuse anybody of anything but let's all base it upon the facts and the knowledge that we need to know. This will be discussed more. When the House returns to session in February. A new study finds that white Americans are less likely to wear a mask in public than other races. The USC study surveyed more than 6000 people in early December and found that 46% of white people reported wearing a mask most of the time when in contact with someone outside their household. That's compared to 67% of black people 63% of Hispanics in 65% of other ethnicities. The survey also found a divide depending on where you live, with more than 50% of urban and suburban residents masking up, while only 42% in rural areas were a face covering Joshua Lipton KOGO News. An insta card is cutting nearly 2000 jobs. That's the grocery to grocery delivery service on they cut. All unionized workers and CART notified employees of the cuts earlier this week, and they said it's cutting staff because some of its partner stores are moving to use their own employees instead. And Major League Baseball is remembering legend Hank Aaron, who died today at the age of 86, the Padres tweeting. His impact on and off the field will never be for gotten the Mets also tweeting. It's another heartbreaking loss to our baseball family. Aaron was 25 time All Star from 1955 to 1975. Your traffic and weather is next. Zachary barks. Kogo news from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center. An accident off right off the freeway. It's a serenity Valley Boulevard off the.
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"He has, hey, has waken awoken the American people and the spirit for freedom and to return to our foundation, our founding fathers and their routes that they built our country on and this movement is not ending. Any time soon. What they fail to realize Trump is not just a man. We are all Trump. We are more of our Wow, the passen. The passion in your voice is incredible. We've only got a few seconds left in this segment. What you've witnessed so far. Must be a shock to the system. No, what you witnessed on Capitol Hill, Congressman Bubba. Yes, Yes, you go. We see political sense. After political stunt. We see Speaker Pelosi, which her security details get whisked out of harm's way. While there is a imminent threat to the House chambers while members of Congress are locked inside, and we are able to protect ourselves in there, there's a few Capitol Hill police officers in the room with us. Certainly not enough. To defend us against all of the protesters that air shaking the doors of the House chambers and now another political stunt. After that, after that date, January 6 where we were all left so vulnerable, she has now put Metal detectors in front of the House chamber to make sure no member of Congress will be able to defend themselves against them, You know, moving? No, you listen to us everywhere. If you're thinking of replacing your carpets due to pet stains and odors, you must try Genesis 9 50. The reviews are amazing is this is one product that actually works with water. It breaks down the bonds of stains and odors, so they're gone for good. Its antibacterial component removes pet odors from carpet and padding. It could be used in a carpet cleaning machine, and it's great. So it's safe for your family and pets. Genesis 9 50 is made in America. If you are tired of pet cleaners that don't work, it's time to buy Genesis. 9 51 gallon of industrial.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. Theeighties cl U is speaking out after those companies cracked down on President Trump's accounts in a statement, a Theo used senior legislative Council Kate Ruin writing. This should concern everyone when companies like Facebook and Twitter will the unchecked power to remove people. From platform that has become indispensable for the speech of billions, especially when political realities make those decisions easier. Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter all have suspended the president's accounts on their platforms after a violent mob, excited by the president's debunked claims of voter fraud stormed the U. S Capitol functions Charles wants, and Twitter's cited the risk of further incitement of violence. For suspending the president's account. Democrats were hoping to introduce articles of impeachment as early as Monday, Speaker Pelosi and others plan to send an article called Incitement of Insurrection. Pelosi says she'll move forward with impeachment if one the president doesn't resign or to the vice president decides not to invoke the 25th amendment to bring the Cabinet on board to remove the president from office. Those two scenarios. Sources tell Fox News are likely not going to happen on should stay with sponge. Some lawmakers believe the best thing the president could do is step down. A passenger jet in Indonesia went missing just minutes after taking off boxes. Ryan Chilcote reports. Traffic controllers lost contact with that Boeing 737 500 with its 62 people on board just four minutes after it took off from Jakarta for what was votes to be a very routine 90 minute long flight. After controllers say they had just been speaking with the pilot, and he has just requested permission to continue his ascent. Fishermen were the first to find debris from the plane. America is listening, Fox News.
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Steals. Theeighties cl U is speaking out after those companies cracked down on President Trump's accounts. In a statement, a Theo used senior legislative Council Kate Ruin writing. This should concern everyone when companies like Facebook and Twitter will the unchecked power to remove people from platform that has become indispensable for the speech of billions, especially when political realities Make those decisions easier. Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter all have suspended the president's accounts on their platforms after a violent mob, excited by the president's debunked claims of voter fraud stormed the U. S Capitol boxes Charles wants and Twitter cited the risk of further incitement of violence for suspending the president's account. Democrats were hoping to introduce articles of impeachment as early as Monday. Speaker Pelosi and others plan to send an article called Incitement of Insurrection. Pelosi says she'll move forward with impeachment if one the president doesn't resign or to the vice president decides not to invoke the 25th amendment to bring the Cabinet on board to remove the president from office. Those two scenarios, sources tell Fox News are likely not going to happen on should stay with spun. Some lawmakers believe the best thing the president could do is step down a passenger jet and Indonesia went miss. In just minutes after taking off boxes. Ryan Chilcote reports traffic controllers lost contact with that Boeing 737 500 with its 62 people on board just four minutes after it took off from Jakarta for what was votes to be a very routine 90 minute long flight. Air traffic controllers say they had just been speaking with the pilot and he had just requested permission to continue his ascent. Fishermen were the first to find debris from the plane. America is listening. Fox News In the Fox News Podcasts Network. Stay on top of the latest news and information from Fox News Listening down, though the.
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on KCRW
"The first real fine. An enormous trouble was when I saw Security people rush both to Speaker Pelosi into leader foyer and they had that look on their face where this was not a drill, and they just rushed them off the floor. Yeah. Then all the doors were lost on then it was the law. In after that, when there was a lot of mystery, none of us knew what was going out on the outside Capitol Police came to the podium. Never seen that and told us to get the gas mask out. Yeah. People then shot On wondered, Uh and then, uh, Capital Station in fact, And informed us that the capital have been breached in the people were right outside the House chamber. And it was mystifying to all of us because it just seems impregnable. Yes, we were being told that right outside the door. To the entrance of the house. It was being breached. And we were then told to lie on the floor, So everybody got out on the floor under the seats and of the Capitol Police were there through the pistols. And obviously we're in combat ready situation. In urging us to become in urging us to stay low. It's some of the more time passed and then They made a decision that we should evacuate. But it was a very hard fall for them because they were unaware on the inside with us. Who was on the outside. S O. If they opened the door, they were fearful that we would run into some demonstrates. But speaking with I'm so sorry. Interrupt. You just wanted to remind people who were speaking with here. This is Congressman Congressman Peter. Well should Democrat of Vermont on lockdown inside the capital s. So you're saying Congressman they had no point Did you have any interaction with the protesters or you? Do you demon? See them? Well, what I did see it. We were being evacuated to one side of the Capitol and we're all trying to follow in line especially put. I heard that the crashing sound. Of battering against the main entry door to the House floor. And then I saw Capitol police guns drawn, trying to find things that they could It's against the door to hold back the incoming mob. Uh and then the urgency that they displayed on your faces and again all the come strong, telling us to stay low and be on the floor. Uh, he made made it pretty clear that this is no drill. Uh, some time passed and they made the decision to evacuate us as quickly as we possibly could. So you had All these numbers and a lot of press various states of health having to essentially do acrobatics to get over these railings in narrow passageways. And to get out. And they got us all out, and they gotta stop safely in what I am standing right after we got out. Uh, the mob was successful in battering the doors from the blast doors. It's called speaker's lobby and actually came into the house itself. But all of us who were there did manage to get out safely. But it was an astonishing experience that this really is the temple of Democracy, Whether you're an independent Republican. Or a democratic place where Abraham Lincoln served with based or made that were violent. He's foaming. Mm. I actually want to ask you were talking for listeners who are just joining in. We're talking with Peter Welch, Democrat from Vermont. You likely knew coming to the capital today that this would be quite a contentious day..
"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Passing system overnight, bringing a light mix very isolated in nature. And then during the day on Tuesday, mostly cloudy with highs in the upper thirties. I'm wish TV storm tracking it, Stephanie meet for 93 Wi be said on the level on the girl long $90 live from the heart buyers and the crossroad. Lives of America. It's Tony Cats today. Speaker Pelosi continues to be Speaker Pelosi. With 216 votes 2016 that's found close to you like Too close for comfort each should to her. It's definitely too close, considering that the Republican Kevin McCarthy got 209 votes. How in the world does that even happen? How did she do so poorly? Well, you had a couple people who decided they weren't going to vote for her. You have one person, both for Tammy Duckworth's Tammy Duckworth's as a senator. By the way, I think they would have Tammy Duckworth's And then your company will not vote. But you only needed the 2 14. She got to 16 and game over and she's the speaker of the house, and she is all about the future. Right there. Our democracy will be reinvigorated by the vibrancy and.