35 Burst results for "Special Commission"
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Which Crypto Exchanges Are Staying or Leaving Canada?
"Jen, you got the first story we're going up north to Canada, at least. I guess you're already there. I'm already here. Yeah, I'm bringing you guys with me. Come on up north to Canada where crypto regulation is getting tighter. So regulation is tightening for crypto exchanges and firms are responding and cracking has filed pre registration paperwork with the Ontario securities commission to become a registered restricted dealer in Canada, coinbase is in talks to remain in the country while one of the articles will be discussing today says that it looks like finance is likely to leave Adam. I'm going to kick this off to you first. What do you make of these tighter regulations all the way up north? We've got the cold weather and now we can't even really interact with crypto the way we want to. Well, I'll leave some of the Canada specific sort of analysis for you, but my take on an overall is that Canada is largely dependent and drives a lot of its monetary policy by sort of what's going on here in the United States, policy around banking and stuff like that. The banking sector up in Canada is also significantly smaller and much more kind of involved with the state than we typically see down here in the U.S.. So it's not surprising to me that they're also on this sort of tightening regime. What seems to be nice at least about the Canadian rules, though, is that there do appear to be actual rules that they're giving for people to follow. And then you have a choice of who I want to follow these new rules or do I want to no longer do business in this country. And that's the choice that really I don't think has been given in the U.S. to many of the entities that are here and are trying to kind of do both. So not surprising to see that. Also not surprising to see that some exchanges are willing to double down on that kind of regulatory process. When you're an exchange like crack and you're an exchange like coinbase, the hoops you're already jumping through as a U.S. regulated entity are probably as onerous, maybe a little bit more onerous than what you're going to get up in Canada. So if your entire business model is built around jumping through all these regulatory hoops that 95% of the companies out there aren't willing to jump through, it does make sense to me that you would continue to jump through them in a market that was similar to
AP News Radio
Prince Harry returns to court in tabloid phone hacking case
"Prince Harry has returned to a London court for a second day of hearings to see if the phone hacking lawsuit. He's brought with Elton John and other celebrities can withstand a challenge from the publisher of the daily mail. The case is one of several brought by the Duke of Sussex in his battle with the press and alleges the publisher hired private investigators to illegally bug homes and cars and record phone conversations. Associated newspapers denies the allegations and is seeking to throw out the case arguing that the claims are too old and rely on information they'd turned over in confidentiality from an earlier probe, the lawsuits alleges the company, which publishes the daily mail and the mail on Sunday, commissioned breaking and entry into private property, and engaged in other unlawful acts that invaded the privacy of the famous plaintiffs, which besides the prince, include actresses in his early and Sadie frost and John's husband, David Furnish, Charles De Ledesma, London
AP News Radio
Georgia bill is latest GOP effort targeting prosecutors
"Georgia Republicans have pushed through a bill that targets prosecutors they say are soft on crime. I Norman hall, the bill when signed by governor Ryan Kemp will create a commission with the authority to remove prosecutors who used their discretion not to file cases in some categories of offenses. The bill parallels similar GOP moves in other states, including Florida, Republicans ran nationwide last year accusing Democrats of Kotlin criminals, Georgia Democrats, intensely opposed the measure, saying many Republicans are seeking another way to impose their will on local democratic voters. Fulton county district attorney fani Willis has said the measure is a racist response after voters elected 14 non white district attorneys in Georgia in 2020. I Norman hall
AP News Radio
Twitter: Parts of its source code leaked online
"Twitter is after the identity of someone who lead company source code online. Twitter the San Francisco based social media company went to the U.S. district court in Northern California Sunday to ask GitHub to take down parts of Twitter's source code where it had been posted, that's according to a legal filing first reported by The New York Times, according to the filing GitHub and Internet hosting service for software development, complied with the legal request and said that the content had been disabled. Twitter says the postings violate copyright protections and is asking the court to identify the alleged infringing culprits. It's another challenge for Elon Musk after his acquisition of Twitter last October, a congressional report reveals that the Federal Trade Commission is probing mass layoffs at the company, in trying to obtain internal communications as part of oversight into the company's practices. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
4 ex-cops charged in Tyre Nichols' death barred from police
"A Tennessee commissions voted to strip away police powers from four of the 5 officers fired and charged in the deadly beating of motorists Tyree Nichols in Memphis. The peace officer standards and training commission has voted to decertify three of the 5 officers arrested in connection with the fatal beating of Tyree Nichols in January. A fourth officer, Desmond mills, voluntarily surrendered his certification. His lawyer said it's meaningless at this point, and that his time was better spent defending his client, saying mills was wrongly indicted on the second degree murder count. The lawyer for another fired officer maintained that Nichols was violent during the stop. The Memphis police department had requested the decertification of 7 former officers, including a supervisor who retired before he could be terminated. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Barefoot tours of Westminster Abbey offered after coronation
"Visitors to London's Westminster Abbey will be allowed to stand for the first time on the exact spot where King Charles the third will be crowned, though they'll need to make sure they don't have holes in their socks for the shooter's tour meant to protect the Abbey's medieval mosaic floor. Abby officials say the section of the church's floor, known as the cosmati pavement, where the coronation chair has been placed for some 700 years, will be on display during Charles's crowning ceremony, Vanessa Simeone, head conservator at Westminster Abbey, says it will be a unique visitor experience. It's such a rare opportunity. Nobody apart from the clergy go up to this space. So for visitors to come here and be able to walk on the pavement and get up close and look at the designs and all the different materials that make up this incredible piece of art, it's going to be just once in a lifetime experience. The intricate and mosaic of marble stone glass and metal located in front of the Abbey's high altar was commissioned by Henry the third in the 1200s, and made by Italian craftsmen, it's said to be the best surviving example outside Italy of cosmati after the Italian family which created it. Charles De Ledesma
The Eric Metaxas Show
Roger Stone Posits Why the Case Against Trump May Be Unraveling
"I want to talk to you about everything. I want to talk to you about what's going on with president Trump. I want to talk to you about desantis. What do you want to talk about first? Well, I think the big news, Eric is what's going on in New York or maybe what isn't going on in New York because I think it's now unclear. It appeared that the Manhattan district attorney that is a county prosecutor was going to take up a case previously reviewed and rejected by 5 hostile federal prosecutors against Donald Trump, which supposedly surrounds theoretical at least payoffs to a porn star for her silence during the 2016 campaign. Donald Trump has already triumphed in a defamation suit centered around these exact same issues. The government's chief witness is a man named Michael Cohen, who has specifically denied that exact allegation he's making today both under oath in the defamation lawsuit and in a letter to the federal election commission signed by his attorneys. So the real question, I guess, would become, was he lying then, or is he lying now? The whole point, of course, is will Alvin Bragg, who is a George Soros funded prosecutor, elevate what even if accurate would be a misdemeanor to a felony in an effort to try to destroy the political prospects of Donald J Trump.
The Doug Collins Podcast
The Possible Indictment of Trump Is the Biggest News Ever for Dems
"Week. It started off at the end of, you know, we're in the middle of it now and nothing is happened in the biggest news story that you would ever think that the liberals ever come across. And that is the possible indictment of Donald Trump by the New York grand jury over the hush money paid to stormy Daniels and the relationship. She said occurred, he said, never happened, but yet still paid out. Money was paid to her. This has been referred to as the Frankenstein, also, or indictment that has been, you know, the Department of Justice and federal level where the federal election commission rules and discussion of election. Benefits and using campaign funds for to gain a benefit in election would all be settled shows to pass on is not once but twice. The Alvin Bragg's own office chose not to deal with this dealing with mainly because of who they were having to deal with, the witness quality. And also the simple fact that giving and even NBC News pointed this out a while back said giving money to someone to keep them from talking is not illegal. What they're trying to do is construct this wild case that it was an illegal campaign contribution given through a third party. Folks, if I'm losing you already, think about how this case is going to play out. And it comes down. I mean, trying to get a jury, I mean, if this actually went to its conclusion, which, you know, you don't see Donald Trump agreeing to a plea bargain here. That goes to his final clue and finding a jury finding and taking these facts, moving them forward. Look, we're in the middle of this, but what really shows me is the political basically malfeasance of Alvin Bragg, the district attorney funded by George Soros, one who has said that he doesn't want to prosecute felony dropping them to misdemeanors. We see him not even prosecuting misdemeanors in some cases. And he's in New York in a complete freefall when it
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Were You Overpraised or Underpraised As a Child?
"So anyway, here is the subject. From a very for a very long time. I have been aware of the danger of over praising your child, or if you having been overpriced. Compared to the past and probably all of the human past, this young generation and the previous generation are the two most praised generations in the history of the world. I think Guinness could verify that to. Most praised generation for no good reason. One would have to add that. But you don't even have to. It became dirty girl as they say, it became, why does dirty girl emphatically necessary? For people to praise their child constantly because of the truly moronic idea that emanated needless to say from California in the 19 70s, I remember the man who came up with it shockingly and Liberal Democrat John vasconcelos. I interviewed vasconcelos at a time when liberals would actually come on conservative shows. And his theory, he started the commission or whatever the term was in California for the increase in self esteem to make a better society. Self esteem. By the way, he even explained it came from his life.
AP News Radio
Report Finds London Police Force Is Sexist and Racist
"A scathing study, heavily criticizes London police on multiple fronts. According to a withering report, commissioned after a young woman was raped and killed by a serving police officer, London's police force has lost the confidence of the people it serves, because it's driven with institutional racist misogyny and homophobia and doesn't do enough to weed out bad officers of the report goes on deep seated by us and poor management and budget cuts mean the crimes against women and girls are poorly investigated. Ethnic minority communities are over policed and trust in the police is plummeting among LGBTQ people, Charles De
The Eric Metaxas Show
Sean Spicer Weighs in on Trump's Looming Indictment
"A lot of us, when we see things like the raid on Mar-a-Lago, when we see things like the raid on Roger Stone's home, you think, are they crazy? Like, do they not understand what this looks like to your average American? So let me kind of walk through a couple of things. I keep hearing people talk about, you know, I can't believe they're doing this to a former president. And when I keep thinking about is the following. Donald Trump has means and access to a ton of money and resources and talent to help him. How many people don't? Right? That's number one. Number two, the folks that are watching you right now, they've got to have a friend or a colleague or a family member that hates Donald Trump. Everybody does. And just stop them when they do. And say to them the following, the charges that Trump potentially is being brought up on are from 2015, the statue of limitations have expired. They are a misdemeanor from 8 years ago that they are trying to couple with something else allegedly campaign finance violations for a federal office at the state level. Again, from 8 years ago, and that have been passed on by the federal election commission and the feds. And you tell me that that doesn't sound like weaponizing our justice system. And because the problem is is that I look at this and I say to myself, if you're sitting at home right now, how just think about what happens to the average person who doesn't have the means and access that somebody like president Trump has. And I think he says this all the time. They're coming after me because but you're next. And he's right.
Investing Into ESG Is a Reason Why Silicon Valley Bank Failed
"So this Silicon Valley bank goes under And one of the reasons it goes under is because its practicing ESG Environment Diversity and governance without the G in other words this radical left agenda that financial institutions are imposing on excuse me other businesses To force them to advance this radical Marxist agenda Putting money into windmills and battery operated socks and propeller caps and all the rest It's a bad bet Because it ain't working Wait till 5 or ten years from now when people really are freezing to death So Congress Congress voted and they passed a law that said that these institutions have the focus on profitability They have the focus on return for investment for people that have pension seniors and others who are invested in mutual funds and certificates deposit You know just basic investment instruments Because the Trump administration was telling all these companies all these banks all these financial institutions that they could in fact use the SG and the Securities and Exchange Commission is indeed requiring it It's climate change And critical race theory That's what it's basically been equity
AP News Radio
New law allows anti-abortion monument at Arkansas Capitol
"Arkansas governor signed a new law that allows an anti abortion monument to be built at the state capitol to honor the unborn. Republican governor Sarah Sanders signed the bill into law. Her office notes the monument to the unborn will be privately funded. And the state capitol arts and grounds commission will oversee the selection of the artist and the design. The idea is to mark the number of abortions performed in the state before the roe versus wade decision was struck down last year and a near total ban took effect in Arkansas. Some lawmakers complained the idea is politically divisive. I'm Jackie Quinn
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Author Michael Foley Talks About His Book 'Dining With the Saints'
"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast. before, doctor Michael foley. He's a theologian, Professor of patristics in the great text program at Baylor university, Professor of theology at the Aquinas institute, but I love these titles of his books, drinking with the same drinking with saint Nick and the politically incorrect guide to Christianity. We're going to talk about his book called dining with the saints, I think a very appropriate topic on Saint Patrick's Day. Doctor foley, thanks for joining me. Great to great to have you. I think you can see I've got the appropriate. I don't know if this is the right shade of green, but as you can imagine, I'm not really. Well, I'm not Irish. I guess I could maybe I should change d'souza to oh, Sousa. And then I then be I then be, I could then play the baby I identify as Irish. Okay. These days we're allowed to do that sort of thing. Talk to me about Saint Patrick's Day. It's a day, I didn't have any knowledge of before I came to the United States, and who was this guy with Saint Patrick, the guy who was who evangelized Ireland, is he what brought these crazy Irish people into the folds of Christian couldn't have been an easy task and that he did he used some large buckets of alcohol to get the job done? Well, he was a real person and you're absolutely right. He was the person who brought the faith to Ireland, there was an earlier missionary actually who tried and ran from the place screening. The iris was such a hard nut to crack. But he got a commission from the Pope to bring the faith to Ireland and by all historical accounts he did. He almost single handedly within his own lifetime, turned an entire island from being druids, which was a very dark and sinister religion into Christians. So it really is a singular accomplishment.
Pray the Word with David Platt
We Are God's Representatives
"John chapter 7 18, the one who speaks on his own authority seeks his own glory. But the one who seeks the glory of him who sent him is true and in him there is no falsehood. Oh, what a great reverse Jesus talking about the authority of the father on whose behalf he speaks for the glory of the father. It's been the whole theme as you read through John 5 and 6 and 7 in John 5. Jesus describes how he discerns what the father is doing and joins with how the father is working everything he does and everything he says is from the father on the authority of the father for the glory of the father, and it makes sense, right? Just think about when you are talking to someone who's an expert in a subject and they're describing to you basically things that they know because of their expertise and you're like, wow, that person is really sharp. They really know what they're talking about when they speak with authority. It causes glory to come to them, and it's not that that is bad to be an expert or something in ways that show your authority, but this is in a spiritual realm and this is so important for you and me. Think about the great commission. Jesus commands us to go and make disciples of all the nation. On what basis are we to go today and tell people that they need to repent of their sins and believe in Jesus that that's the only way they can be forgiven of their sins and have eternal life with God. On whose authority are you going to say that? Well, that's the great commission, Matthew 28, 18, all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Jesus and we go out as his representatives, so you and I have opportunities today to speak the gospel, not based on our own authority, but based on the authority of Jesus
The Trish Regan Show
Executives at First Republic Sold Shares of Stock Prior to Crisis
"I want to get to the disturbing things that Janet Yellen said because it really calls into question whether or not they are in fact helping the system or trying to save the system. But first, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal, there may have been more corruption than we ever thought at some of these banks, including first republic, because we have learned and I do not believe this was some kind of auto sale, like what we saw over at SVB. We have learned that some of the top executives there sold their shares around March 6th, this would have been just days ahead of the crisis, and they pocketed millions of dollars in these transactions. Think about that. I mean, it kind of brings front and center, what everybody's worried about, which is that this is a rigged system where certain insiders have certain information and they're acting on that information. I'll tell you, someone needs to investigate this because if they did, there should be will be, I certainly hope AT double L to pay. Not good, not good. A lot of questions about that because by the way, normally you would file with the SEC this Securities and Exchange Commission whenever you have one of these stock sales and yet these guys over first republic according to The Wall Street Journal, they didn't. They didn't file the forms at the SEC. They only did it with the FDIC and I don't even understand how that happens, given that you're a publicly traded company. So this is weird. Really, really weird. And so now they're getting a bailout. I am sure there's a bunch of government pressure right now on some of the bigger banks to say, hey guys, we need your help here. Step in, do the right thing.
AP News Radio
Trump allies file ethics complaint against Gov. DeSantis
"A political action committee for Donald Trump is accusing Florida governor Ron DeSantis of ethics violations, as the former president steps up criticisms of Ron DeSantis, a Trump allied super PAC manga Inc is filed a complaint with the Florida commission on ethics. They're asking the commission to investigate the Florida governor for allegedly violating campaign finance and ethics rules while running a shadow bid for The White House, the complaint cites the governor's meetings with donors outreach to potential campaign staff and his courting of influential Republicans in early voting states. All 9 members of the commission were either appointed by desantis or Republican lawmakers, the governor's office calls it frivolous and politically motivated while former Homeland Security official Ken cuccinelli, who recently launched a political action committee supporting desantis describes the charges as spaghetti thrown at the wall. While the governor has not yet formally announced his campaign, he is widely expected to do so after Florida's legislative session ends in May. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Yellen to tell Congress US banking system 'remains sound'
"Treasury secretary Janet Yellen faces lawmakers today after the second largest bank collapse in U.S. history at a House ways and means committee hearing last Friday there was little hint of the imminent collapse of Silicon Valley bank or the crisis that was coming, our administration's top economic priority remains bringing down inflation. In opening remarks at a Senate finance committee hearing meant to address President Biden's budget proposal, treasury secretary Janet Yellen says the U.S. banking system remains sound deposits will be there when Americans need them and that the government took decisive and forceful actions to strengthen public confidence in the banking system by an official's face questions about the decision to protect money at two failed regional banks, a move some observers called a bailout, the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission have launched investigations into the collapse, which may be connected to rising interest rates meant to control inflation. Jennifer King, Washington
TIME's Top Stories
"special commission" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Really need the end and the victory to be this year says Ukrainian lawmaker, Alana scrum. Noting that neither Ukraine, nor its partners can afford for this war to go on indefinitely. We can win. We just need more weapons and more air defense. Businesses donating humanitarian aid is one thing, supplying funding for defensive weapon systems is quite another. But as some Ukrainians see it, donated laptops to support the education of Ukrainian children can only go so far in a country that barely has electricity. Let alone schools that can be shielded from Russian shelling. It would be cheaper to buy the air defense systems and close the sky than to rebuild later, says Ukrainian lawmaker Alexandra ustinova, who leads Ukraine's temporary special commission on arms control, but understandably she adds, businesses don't want to get into this. The Ukrainian delegation are not the only ones raising the issue of the war at Davos. Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Sikh Anushka, the first representative from Belarus to attend WEF in three decades, has spent the past few days reminding attendees that the crises and her home country and Ukraine are intertwined. Belarus now is overlooked. We feel this seeker told time, noting that so long as Belarusian dictator and Kremlin ally, Alexander Lukashenko remains in power and so long as men's continues to host Russian soldiers on its territory, there will be a constant threat to our neighbors. Phrase of the day. Ukrainian First Lady Elena zelensky has been quizzed about many things during her time in Davos, though perhaps nothing more so than the prospect of Ukraine fatigue. To be completely honest with you, I really have the fatigue of the questions about the fatigue. Zelensky told time during a press briefing on Wednesday. Based on her experience at Davos, she added, it seems like an exaggeration. And I think this may be a part of the information warfare, because I think our enemy would be very happy if people were fatigued from Ukraine. Hot topic. Chat GPT and the potential of artificial intelligence have been hot topics at this week's WEF. Microsoft chairman and CEO Satya Nadella, extolled the virtues of GPT technology in a conversation with WEF Klaus Schwab Wednesday. The company is reportedly mulling a $10 billion investment and OpenAI, the company behind chat GPT. But as a time investigation reveals, the workers in Kenya, who helped make chat GPT possible faced poor working conditions. The story of these workers demonstrates that for all its glamour and boss, AI often relies on hidden human labor in the global south that can be damaging and exploitative. These invisible workers remain on the margins, even as their work contributes to $1 billion industries. Peak moments, German Chancellor Olaf scholz pledged to continue supporting Ukraine as long as necessary amid calls for Berlin to authorize the export of German made leopard tanks to Kyiv. When asked by a Ukrainian delegate about Berlin's hesitancy, Schultz said such discussions would have to be taken in coordination with friends and partners. Schultz also announced Germany's ambition of attaining climate neutrality by 2045. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky led a minute of silence in honor of the 14 people killed in Wednesday's helicopter crash in Kyiv, including Ukrainian interior minister Denise monastery. Tragedies are outpacing life, zelensky said afterwards. The time the free world uses to think is used by the terrorist state to kill. Zelensky's conversation with time editor in chief Edward felsenthal was canceled in light of the crash. The promenade and Davos was lit up with rainbow colors at many venues on Wednesday evening and a show of support for the LGBTIQ plus community. Pride on the
TIME's Top Stories
"special commission" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Electors. Congress retained the ability to object to state electoral ballots, but only with a majority in both houses. The weeks from election day to certification are filled with opportunities for various local and state officials to influence the outcome. That was precisely the intention of politicians in the 19th century. And it contributed to the extended and violent dispute around the 2020 presidential election, despite the clear victory by Joe Biden. According to the Fourteenth Amendment, elected officials who encouraged the kind of insurrectionary violence witnessed on January 6th, 2021, are subject to a permanent ban from office, immediately after ratification in 1868, however, this law was undermined by blanket pardons granted to former confederates by president Andrew Johnson, elected officials who helped violent groups like the Ku Klux Klan attack federal institutions were never held accountable. That precedent surely encouraged some current members of Congress to believe that they could assist efforts to stop the certification of Joe Biden's presidency without penalty. Senator Ted Cruz, for example, invoked the history of southern white resistance to majority rule when he called on his colleagues to delay the certification of the 2020 presidential election and create a special commission to investigate the lies about fraud that he and his allies were circulating. He and many others continued to believe that they can serve an elected office and provoke insurrection. These poisoned inheritances are not small blemishes on American democracy. They are deep scars that imperil the health of the entire republic. They are easy to ignore and highly partisan debates and self serving efforts to glorify the nation, but they are obvious to anyone who diagnoses our history carefully. We can not afford to censure the uncomfortable evidence of systematic exclusion and division. We must accept the evidence, recognize the scars, and work to heal. That means changing laws and institutions to increase fairness for all citizens. Historical reckoning is a necessary medicine for strengthening democracy..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"special commission" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And. They know the political power of this type of movement. And they know that if this thing finds its kind of conclusive end, this thing can be a massive swing politically, especially in 2022. So let me talk about what I think Republicans need to run on in 2022. Because I think that Republicans try to take back the house. I think we're going to get it wrong. And here's my contribution to the conversation. That you have been lied to and you know it. You've been lied to by Republicans and Democrats that say, all you have to do is take back the house and things will get better. We know that's not true, right? We know this is a 40 year to 50 year project, and we want to be told the truth by our politicians. So instead, why don't our politicians say, hey, we're going to promise you something we can actually do. So Republicans need to run on four major things. It's this simple. Number one, they can get this done. Day one of Republicans taking back the house, we will do a new commission and a special prosecutor in the Anthony Fauci and NIH and CDC and tell you where this virus came from and China's involvement in creating the virus and gain of function research funded by our own government. The number one that we need to empower you and you and you to have the information to know what's happened. You want to say Charlie, how do we take the country back? First, we have to prove to our fellow voters and countrymen, how corrupt this actually is. I want the receipts Anthony Fauci, how many times you visit the Wuhan institute of virology? Not some sort of 5 minute thing where you testify under oath. No, I want a special commission. And this tells you everything you need to know about the Democrats. They have a special commission into January 6th. They don't have a special commission as something that's killed 700,000 Americans. They don't have a special commission into our own government's funding of the virus, which the NIH was involved in gain of function research. We need a nonstop hearing blitz of every single deep state medical practitioner that was involved in that changed all of your life. And I'm going to say something that's controversial, but this virus and our incredibly immature and imprudent reaction to it. Changed our country more than 9 11. I want you to think about that. It changed our economy. We changed our voting laws. It changed our children's education. We have a mental health crisis. We have a suicide epidemic on our hands. All because of something that our own government funded. Now, you're going to see George W. Bush coming out with his recent foundation. He says, it doesn't matter where the virus came from, okay? It doesn't matter. Oh, it doesn't matter. Does there say it doesn't matter if it's an act of God? Let me tell you why it matters. I mean, it's so unbelievably obvious. I don't have to say it, but that it wasn't act of God. It was our own government, acting like God. It was our own governments, funding, gain of function research and creating the virus itself. And then we have to say, what was China's government's involvement in that? And guess what? You're going to have to pay us a couple $1 trillion in reparations now China. And no more buying up our farmland and no more dumping products in our country. And that ends now. You want to build grassroots momentum we need information. Number two, that every Republican needs to run on in 2022 is they have to say elect us and give us the House of Representatives back. And we are going to find out the truth of what happened in the 2020 election. We are going to get to the bottom of what happened in the 2020 election. From Mark Zuckerberg's $420 million to Facebook and Twitter, not allowing the Hunter Biden story to be shared in the month of October, there needs to be a special commission report of all the different dynamics that were at play in the 2020 election. Now, now they say, man, there's no evidence. You notice this, again, I do this for a living. So I don't expect everyone to notice. You notice how they said there's no evidence of fraud. Now, there's no evidence of widespread fraud. Do you notice how they changed that? Now, why is that a big difference? Because Trump didn't lose widespread. He lost Arizona by 10,000 votes. He lost Georgia by 9000 votes. He lost Pennsylvania by 60,000 votes. So widespread and fraud are two totally different things. So all of a sudden they had now have new indictments in Wisconsin of people that go to nursing homes and turn in ballots fraudulently. We have evidence in Nevada, the Nevada native voting project that fraudulently paid people for votes, not to mention how vote Georgia went from 248,000 mail in ballots to 1.2 million mail in ballots. Now, I'm going to say something that might be totally unpopular, but you got to dream big. You guys got to get rid of mail in voting here in Colorado..
"special commission" Discussed on Conversations
"But i'd i defy got a few laps across the globe but Became a policeman. So it wasn't. It wasn't the catching the criminals. It was appealing to you. It was being out on a hole in the wild animals is It was a different type of police force. Serious not locked. The police force of today. Our mission was to get the public on our side in twinkie. Twenty years in the police force issued one ticket to give you an idea. Well what was that forty remember. It was it was blatant. I was on my police. Might about guy over a railway bridge with a double watt line and these two youngsters. Juvenile's came along and inbox. Post me on a double white line over the crest of this of the bridge of well that that's a bit cheeky. Stopped them and they gave me a few words. Sagamore ticket one and only only. Who did you meet after you just finished your police training in nineteen fifty nine. Oh the queen mother. The queen mother was on recommissioning and she cannot while for ski. Tom's that to queens mother as as you probably know and One time. I escorted dollars lucky enough to escort her from seoul's airport to the parliament house on horseback. What did you have to wait for that very special commission rolling while it was ceremonial dress. Which was a pretty good looking. I mean i've made us look pretty handsome but but it was the four four horses in front and fought the back with motor vehicle is escort as well. She was an open. Rolls royce of our population saw. She was extremely popular. And tell me in detail what you were wearing. Described that uniform for the hell. We were helmet which you probably know what matters is what with with a ross. Start on the top with a little Reducing police flag. The chinstrap was bras. Highly polished Green shirt with a blue. Tie a cocky baresi jacket with all the bras buttons and studs delta and bryce and persia this riding breeches boots and leggings. highly polished. By the way you know if they weren't to inspect it would give you a opinion clips from everyone back. That's why i'm disciplined. Was it hot in that to your member riding alone. That's quite get up. It was but you know when you chart with a horse you get a little bit of a beast. I wanted to to bed and of course being so proud that you one of those people chosen to escort the queen mother. Who wanted about the heat. Did you get a chance to speak with her at all when we got to parliament house all of us caro for horses and yet to stand to your horse. Otherwise you stand in front of yours holding the braudel. She'd come and talk to each one sided. You have to talk to. What did you have to say to each other. You in the queen mum while she all she. She thanked us all for escort area. And i said auditor ma'am it was a pleasure and schluter during she said. Oh that's very nice of you. What's your name sausage rowland. And she walked on kit my word and you didn't get a couple of that sir Alone on air online. Abc listen this is conversations with sarah can ask you can subscribe to the conversations. Podcast find out more. Abc dot net dot us slash conversations..
Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends
"special commission" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends
"And then you know on the travel forum and then it got out and then it became so bad that became a pandemic in itself that any of you know what what happened. What what people started doing to counter the rental car shortage in the state of why they were uber or something. Weren't they all over the place because those were expensive too so what they started doing boss. Yes this one guy is genius guy found that you could run a u-haul okay. In many cases for nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine a day and get like one hundred miles okay. Whatever they rented a u-haul and that's what he drove to restaurants at the valet. Parking brenton a you all for nineteen bucks. So then he posted on a forum and then other people started doing it and now that so then they were like. Why do we have no you. All's no one's moving so then there was a you all shortage so then they had to crack down and then they had to have like a special commission meeting or whatever to to just basically dictate that anyone that rents a u-haul has to have a state. Id they were allowed to rent u hauls to any anyone that lives in the other forty nine states and i don't know any of this matters. I just found it amusing. That some guy. Can you see with his family. It's like a clerk from like national infants big asian..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Helps you sleep longer and longer is equal. Pure Izzie's all night fall asleep. Stay asleep. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes We've got some clouds will have some rain and showers moving in. Probably early evening in the Boston area, even sooner than that, in areas west of the city. We have some precipitation that's already made its way into Western Massachusetts down. We're gonna keep that rain with us overnight tonight, heavy at times into tomorrow morning as well. Temperatures overnight in the forties with some real fields in the thirties. Highs tomorrow. We'll make it out of the fifties and the real fields will be in the forties with a breeze around through much of the day Sundays cloudy, breezy 55 to 60 some rain at times and then maybe a few lingering showers on Monday as memorial Day will warm up to the Earth 70 degrees live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 2 45 beginning tomorrow, Massachusetts will lift the remainder of the Covic restrictions. The mask mandate. This mask advisory. The Department of Education says all Massachusetts schools will be going back to in person learning Come fall, Police discovered Quincy Man who drowned in Milton's holding pond last night. Senate Republicans Blocking a bill that were created an investigation into the January six capital riots with a special commission. It is the hot official start of Summer Memorial Day weekend. And there are some differing guidelines from the CDC basking to the beach to barbecuing in the.
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"Duluth. Asthma. This'll is AP News. I'm Rita Fall way Former President Trump is called it a Democrat trap. But the House approved a bill that would create a special commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. Today, there'll be a key procedural vote in the Senate. But Republicans there are expected to block the bill. The mother of a fallen Capitol police officer is pleading with him to change their minds. Here's our soccer Madani, Gladys, sickening, spent the day appealing to Republican senators after her son's death, but wasn't sure she changed any minds. We hope That's all we can hope for bringing the stuff to hope. Brian sick, Nick's longtime girlfriend says. It's very disturbing anybody's against the commission, much less lawmakers who were in the capital January 6th. They're here today and with their families and comfortable because of the actions of law enforcement, Sandra Garza calls the reluctance mind boggling. Soccer Megane Washington. There was a vigil last night for the nine people shot dead by a co worker at a San Jose, California rail yard who then killed himself. Leonard Mahia son Paul was among the victims was the saddest moment in my life. Heard they're on KGO TV. He says His son was his best friend. The Triple A is predicting millions of us will hit the road and travel by air over this Memorial Day holiday weekend travel expected to be up by 60% over last year as we continue with it will emerge from the pandemic lockdown. Southwest Airlines has banned woman accused of punching a flight attendant in the face last weekend. It happened after the plane landed in San Diego Viviana Quinault Nez has been arrested and charged with a felony. Due in court this morning. Three Tacoma, Washington police officers who've just been charged in the death of a black man who was being restrained when he told them he couldn't breathe. This is AP News. Several companies and groups are working with the White House to invest in three Central American nations as a way of helping to ease migration. Here's our Tim McGuire with the latest on this story, Vice president Kamila Harris announces a new program designed to boost investment in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Three Central American nations that have seen many of their citizens migrate north to the United States. Harris says private companies such as Microsoft and MasterCard are crucial to the effort to improve the local economies. Private business sector have a very significant role to play as we all know, in creating jobs and promoting economic opportunity and in long term development. The Biden administration backs is $7 billion proposal to help address the poverty and violence. Propels people to flee their home countries. Harris plans to visit Guatemala and Mexico early next month. Tim McGuire, Washington and I'm Rita Foley..
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"It's up a dollar, seven cents since last year at this time, this is AP News Leading Republican is weighing in on the future of the GOP are Mike Rossi a reports on what Paul Ryan said last night? Former House Speaker Paul Ryan says the Republican Party is at a crossroads. Speaking of the Ronald Or of second rate imitations. And we're not going anywhere. Ryan, who described President Joe Biden's agenda as more leftist than any president in his lifetime, was the opening speaker for the library's time for choosing Syria's future. Speakers will include former vice President Mike Pence and former U N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. I might Grassi Oh, the Dow closed up 141 points yesterday. The S and P was up for the NASDAQ dropped a point. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Minute They'll be a key procedural vote in the Senate today on a bill that would create a special commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol building. But Republicans are ready to block the bill. The family of fallen Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick went to Capitol Hill yesterday US Republican senators to support the bill officer sick. Nick's longtime girlfriend, Sandra Garza's, says she stunned that some lawmakers oppose creating this commission. I think it's very disturbing that anyone would not want to support this. I mean, why would they not want to get to the bottom of such horrific violence? Reporters as President Biden about this, he says he doesn't know why Republicans would vote against creating.
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Trains and Busses. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas celebrated the expected jump in travel T. Essa is ready. We have really focused on a hiring surge, so we're ready for the re emergence of travel, summer travel and, of course The Memorial Day Travel Secretary New Yorkers spoke on ABC is Good Morning America about 34 Million people are expected to travel over the long holiday weekend double that of last year. The Memorial Day weekend mean something else. Fans will be in the stands for the Indianapolis 500. This weekend about 130,000 will be cheering their favorite drivers at the Indy Motor Speedway. Even though that is just 40% of the speedway's capacity. It is still the largest crowd for a single event. In the U. S sense, the pandemic began. AMs, President Doug Bowls spoke about the decision to let a limited crowd at the race track. We knew that that was probably a good number for our customers, as well as a number that we could effectively do safely and that the Marion County Health Department was comfortable with bulls spoke on ABC is Good Morning America. Senate Republicans are poised to block the creation of the Special Commission to study the deadly January 6th attack on the Capitol. Vote on the procedural motion was supposed to take place last evening, but it was bumped to today after delays on an unrelated bill. The siege was the worst attack on the Capitol in 200 years and interrupted the certification. Joe Biden's presidential election win over Trump Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24.
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"Can. But the Illinois Black Caucus is health care bill that I signed into law this week expands that toolbox first and foremost by implementing requirements for implicit medical bias training for all licensed medical professionals in Illinois. That means that in our state, every doctor and every nurse who sees a woman through her pregnancy and birth will receive training to assist them in confronting their biases. Tackling head on the micro aggressions and addressing doubts that plague so many black women's experiences with the medical system. This law also establishes the special Commission on gynecologic cancers. To develop processes for diagnosis and treatment aimed at closing disparity gaps in the field and in turn saving lives. Now. An independent report was issued today on last fall's Cove in 19 outbreak at the LaSalle Veterans Home. 36 people died there. The report. Was scathing. Here's Governor Pritzker's reaction. I've seen so much death over the last year Cove. It's taken away the lives of 22,000 people in Illinois. In each of those deaths has been a tragedy. But nothing is more devastating to me than knowing that 36 of our veterans are heroes died of Cove it in a single.
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"Grand Slam title, which would tie the all time record. She hasn't won one in four years. Four times He's lost in the finals, but Serena at age 39 into the Australian Open semifinals. Great sets over Simona Halep. So now face Naomi Osaka. Aslahn Karatz office Surprised semifinalist on the men's side. John Station, Our Bloomberg sportsmen. All right, John. Thank you. 5 37 on Wall Street time for the Tri state business report with Bloomberg said Cory, New York City's restaurant industry finally has something to cheer about. After its first weekend of indoor dining this year, the number of seated diners at restaurants on Valentine's Day was down about 56%. In the corresponding Sunday a year ago, But that was the smallest decline since pandemic induced lockdowns began. According to open table well, more people are working from home in New Jersey lawmakers air wondering of tax policies should change They want to study whether this shift could have other implications for the state economy. Legislation approved by a key Senate committee calls for a special commission to study the issue. New Haven Mayor Justin Elegir says Governor Ned Lamont's latest budget proposal fails to meet the needs of his city. New Haven faces a $66 million budget deficit. Elegir says The current proposal would force the city in tow, levying higher taxes on lower income citizens. That your Bloomberg Tri State business report. I'm in Korea, Thanks, said Fivethirtyeight on Wall Street. Bloomberg Radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York. London TOE Hong Kong. Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world. I'm.
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"Has signed another set of emergency orders. He's focusing on health care and restrictions on funding to international organizations that provide abortion counseling. As he signed the orders. Mr Biden said they will reverse many of the policies of the Trump Administration Society executive orders basically the best way to describe it undo the damage. Trump has done one of the immediate results of today's actions. The reopening of the Obama care health insurance markets. A new special enrollment period will begin on February 15th run through May 15th. The number of uninsured Americans has grown because of job losses brought on by the covert 19 pandemic. The idea of reopening the health insurance markets will allow these people to get coverage. The move, which will allow funding of international organizations that provide abortion counseling, is known as the Mexico City Policy. President Trump signed orders preventing those organizations from getting any taxpayer money. CBS News Special Report I'm Steve Futterman to 20 to anyone who remembers. 1986 remembers when the space shuttle Challenger exploded and they were remember where they were. When the news hit 35 years ago today that tragedy happened in the 73 seconds after launch. It included a New Hampshire schoolteacher named Christa McAuliffe. Six other astronauts sources. Now let's then President Ronald Reagan addressed the nation that night. We mourn seven heroes. Michael Smith, Dick Scobee, Judith Resnik. Ronald McNair. Alison own Asuka, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. Mourn their loss as a nation together. The families of the seven We cannot bare asses. You do the full impact of this tragedy, But we feel the laws were thinking about you so very much. The disaster stopped the space shuttle program for nearly three years. It also led to a special commission that eventually blamed an old ring seal in the right solid rocket booster. That O ring wasn't designed to work in unusually cold conditions that lift off and it was unusually cold that day. It is to 23 in other news members of the latter next communities face greater challenges than other groups do When it comes to mental health. One barrier to getting help is stigma. That's something that you talk about, You know, at the dinner table If you don't hear, Did you feel stressed today? Did you feel any anxiety when you trouble me things like that, Magali Santos, says the Youth Council member and Gonzales, California, speaking during the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation briefing, breaking that cultural and generational stigma to begins with starting conversations, she says, once our community is more knowledgeable about one mental health is You know what's anxiety How distressed look like on but it doesn't just affect you know your your mind, but it affects your whole body. Christi King W T o p knows next in money news. The markets of bouncing back today restrictions now on some speculative stocks. I'm Jeff label to 24 points on Mill Cloud 2.0 sponsored by G. I T and intel Here's Daryn Pulsipher, chief Solutions architect for Intel, Defense agencies are looking to artificial intelligence. Machine learning initiatives to capitalize on the speed scale and analytic power of the cloud mill cloud. 2.0 allows users.
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"Almost done. We're finished. We're over. We have about two minutes before we get to Bill O'Reilly is his name. The famous Bill O'Reilly but I heard you and I encourage you. Go to Super citizen usa dot com. Good way to get active, Very easy. Very simple. Get on our mailing. Whisk it on our database. Have a lot of things coming up. We have a big event coming up on March the fourth. That's a Saturday. It's a breakfast. It's gonna feature Governor early and we're gonna be talking about what is happening with Nino Man. Chone was just gone. What's happening in the General Assembly or the general asylum is I like to call it and what's going on in Annapolis. It'll be an insider's report, and that's on March, the fourth Will be kicking off. Our television program, once again in January are once a month Special Super Citizen television, and we will also have Super citizen radio. In the air right here when Wcbm the Great Freedom Station every Saturday night from Wait until 10. My wife will be with me on that show. We have a lot of events coming up. We have Freedom Day on June. The 12 Saturday, June the 12th and the Freedom Rally on June the 12th. So a lot of things going on that's all with Super citizen usa dot com. You want to get active? You want to get become part of the freedom movement. If you want to do something, right, do something. Instead of allowing them to continue to lay it on us, then that's what you want to do. You want to join that join some organization, some Freedom organization. Because this is going to be the beginning of the freedom fight in America. We're gonna have to start the fight back. We don't have our great president is still be our leader will still be our leader and do great things for us. But anyway, I think we go out of 45. Mr. Gary, we have one minute left. So we want you to join that get involved. A lot of things happening. You can go to I forgot what the zip Africa out what it was, but it's about Harford County. They have. The event they're putting together with the bus is for the sixth the day after the Georgia election right down the road in Washington, D. C and I understand that the beverage license people did contact our office. And when I get back, I will talk with them and see what they're up to. And if we can help them and certainly try to help them in any way because they are being oppressed, illegally and unconstitutional. Always remember, truth and knowledge. Guarantee Liberty, keep the faith. Keep punching Bill O'Reilly here Monday, January 4th 2021 You are listening to the O'Reilly Update. Here's what's happening today in America. Nearly a dozen Republican senators will object to the Electoral College count. Chicago ends the year with the highest number of homicides in two decades. Portland, Oregon Residents ring in the new year. The fresh round of riots. Vandals again Target New York ST Patrick's cathedral. Also ahead. Colleges are not protecting students. But first At least 11. Republican senators, led by Ted Cruz, are planning to object to Joe Bynes electoral college certification. The crew wants Congress to appoint a special commission to probe allegations of voter fraud and at least four states. The 10 Day audit would potentially delay the inauguration beyond January, 20th, but it will not happen. Because most of the Senate opposes Portland, Oregon, choosing to celebrate 20,021 with a series of new riots. How nice Hundreds gathered downtown. Despite the cove, it shut down order tossing Molotov cocktails and fireworks that members of law enforcement Crowd also set fires to police stations and a local sheriff's office. No prosecutions are expected because law has broken down in Portland, Oregon. Chicago, officially ending the year with record breaking crime stats. The Windy City witnessed more murders than any time since 2001. At least 769 people killed by gunshots 280 more then in 2019. Chicago was not alone. Violent crime stats and most major cities spiked by double digits last year. Nearly 200 black lives matter. Protestors blocked traffic in front of ST Patrick's Cathedral. The New York Church was also defaced with graffiti stating all cops are bastards again. How nice Police dispersed the crowd after two hours, but no arrests were made by the NYPD. Why would they arrest anybody for damaging the cathedral? Iran, warning the U. S and its allies that the killers of general Soleimani are quote not safe on Earth, so the money was hit by a drone at Baghdad airport in Iraq a year ago. Was the leader of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard in Iran, a terrorist organization..
"special commission" Discussed on KGO 810
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"I'm Dave Packard, less than two days to go to what many are calling the most important Senate race in recent history. Tuesday, Georgia will host the runoff battle for two Senate seats to Democratic winds would give that party control of the Senate. ABC is Rachel Scott says voters air coming out of the woodwork. Georgia already seeing record voter turnout for a special election, more than three million have already cast their ballot here who had just 48 hours ago. One of the Republicans in the race, Senator David Perdue, is now on the sidelines. He is in self quarantine after coming into close contact with a campaign staffer. You tested positive for covert 19. He's one of more than 20 million Americans that have tested positive for Corona virus since the start of the pandemic, and Larry King is now the latest celebrity battling the virus. ABC serene Shaw's in Hard hit Los Angeles. More than 350,000 Americans have died from Cove in 19. We're seeing patients who are coming in with their siblings or their parents. And some of them who are dying alongside their own family members. Dr Akima critical care physician. It hard hit Southern California has witnessed the Golden State get pummeled by the virus and overnight two new cases of that more contagious strain of covert found in Southern California, bringing the state's total to six sitting President Trump claiming coronavirus rates and death numbers, air quote, far exaggerated. Also still claiming fraud in the election he lost and his Congress convenes today. It doesn't Republican senators adjoining about 140 House Republicans to object to certifying the electoral votes on Wednesday by a joint session of Congress Senators Ted Cruz and Ron Johnson, among those signing on claiming in a joint statement, allegations of voter fraud and irregularities. That they say haven't been seen in our lifetime. Maybe things Alex Per se. They're demanding a special commission to investigate claims of fraud that have been rejected by courts and state legislatures and unproven by audits and recounts. You're listening to ABC News. Now, here's what's happening.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Joining about 140 House Republicans who object to the electoral vote count. Certifying Joe Biden's victory When Congress meets and joint session they'll make their voices heard on Wednesday, demanding a special commission to investigate claims of voter fraud. NBC's Chuck secrets and with reaction, calling the effort by fellow Republicans a danger to democracy Utah Senator Mitt Romney and written statement Saturday night, saying partisans would inevitably demand the same anytime their candidate had lost. Congress. Not voters would choose our presidents is Romney also blasting President Trump's call for his supporters to come to the capital? When Congress meets on the election Wednesday, Romney says this has the predictable potential to lead to disruption and worse, President Trump continuing to claim that the election was fraudulent. Last month, former Attorney General William Barr announced the Justice Department had seen had not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election. U. S Supreme Court has also refused to review Two separate cases Ah police officer in Massachusetts, turning a blind eye to a crime, turning it into an opportunity to help a family in need. Summer, said Officer met. Lima had a change of heart when he responded to a shoplifting call at a stop and shop. The two women with young Children who were detained say they had fallen on hard times, and we're trying to provide a Christmas dinner for their families. Instead of arresting them. Lima remembered his own family and use his own money to buy $250 in gift cards for them. Lisa Matteo. CBS NEWS The Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut agrees to delay its acquisition of five beluga whales for research. Mystic Aquarium will not import the whales from Canada before the end of March. That delay will allow a judge To look into a suit filed by Friends of animals in September. They say the five belugas would be harmed by the trip from their current home at a Canadian aquarium in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Mystic Aquarium says it has a safe, healthy and spacious environment. For the new whales. A 37 to Wall Street, now in business with Bloomberg Variety may be great when shopping for groceries, But how about when it comes to covert vaccines? Well right now, experts say it's a positive because there's a limited supply. One Fizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and now Novavax are working to fix. Novavax is starting a final stage trial of its candidate in North America. Company CEO Standard says it should be able to handle the new strain of virus to low risk that our vaccine will not work on the new strain. The vaccine isn't built like visor and modern is it's a traditional one that contained stabilized coronavirus. You won't get sick, but Eric says he will match the others ineffectiveness the immunity Genesee data that we have demonstrated has been at or above the levels of the murdered.
"special commission" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Senior week shut. See, Brittany doesn't Republican senators are joining a bunch of House Republicans who plan to object to these certifying of the electoral votes next Wednesday, when both houses me to count the votes? Republicans demand a special commission looking into irregularities and fraud in some states that Joe Biden won. But recounts in courts and state legislatures have found no widespread problems and so have rejected claims A B C's Alex per shade. The group joined Senator Josh Holly and upwards of 140 House conservatives who also plan to object the growing Republican support of the president's efforts to overturn an election he lost. Has drawn criticism. It's also put pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has publicly acknowledged Biden as president elect show today. I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. ABC News, learning that in a private call with his caucus, McConnell said the January 6 vote will be the most consequential of his life. But McConnell also urge senators to vote their conscience. McConnell in January of 2005 when the Democratic senator made an objection of the counting of the electoral votes, called it shameful. Radical scheme, an assault on our traditions and attempt to trample on the proud Republican government. Our founding fathers bequeathed us. He's not advocating violence is Texas Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert after reaction to this statement by him on Newsmax TV to his election lawsuit in a Texas federal court being thrown out bottom? Lanie is, the court is saying. We're not going to touch this. You have no remedy. Basically, in effect, the ruling would be that you got to go to the streets and be his violent is Antifa on ble of commerce, saying he was not encouraging violence. Former talk show host Larry King, hospitalized in Los Angeles with Covitz has a source close to his family king is 87. North Carolina reports its highest daily number of Kobe cases yet over 9500 on New Year's Day that beats the state's previous record by more than 1000. Listening to ABC News Now here's what's.