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Fresh update on "stacey" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"We're going right to the phone's got to take a break first, open line Fridays. What does that mean? It means you can call in and talk about whatever you would like to talk about. You want to ask me a question, you can do that. You want to yell at me, you can do that. 8, four, four, no, not you, grace, just the colors. 844-747-8868. That's our number. This is the Todd stern's radio show. About a backup and bring it. It's time darned. Membership fees apply after free trial. Cancel any time. Can I be real for a second? That goal you have to exercise and eat better, you really can do it. But nobody is gonna do it for you. And nobody has to, because you can do it. If you have the right tools and a community that cares about helping you get results. And that's us. Beach body. It's as convenient as your TV or laptop, but you need to decide that you're worth it. Let us help you succeed. Here's how. Go to beach body dot com to claim your free membership and start feeling great. All right, welcome back to the Todd stern's radio show. Let's go right to the phones, 8 four four 747 88 68. Jerry Lynn and Georgia. It's been a while, Jerry Lynn. What's going on? Hey, my sweet friend. How are you, honey? Jerry Lynn, I've just been waiting all day to talk to you. Dodd, that line that you said, the country possible trying to cross the road about peed in my bed, bunny, that was bridesmaid. I love you, Todd darns and grice, but listen to it. I know you're a busy man, but listen, I want to make I come in to tell you yesterday I went to get gas and they were out there, Todd, recalibrating, they pumped and asked the guy, why he said, because never in history have we had double digits. And we're predicting by the end of July, don't go to $10 side of the machines can't handle it. So we're having to recalibrate all the machines throughout Georgia. Is that right? So are you and what are the prices now in your area? We got diesel yesterday 5 79 and got regular gas and it was four 59. Goodness gracious. You know, we can thank biggest Biden, biggest idiot demon rats ever nominated. But Todd, here's another point I wanted to really make before I get off with you is about Kim and Purdue. Let me tell you Todd, I'm out in every day and that Martha, she can say what she wants, but I've talked to a lot of people, Todd, and I'm worried because what they have said is, boy, can't get the nominee. I'm simply not going to vote. Really? And I'm like, well, then you might as well go over and hand it to Stacey Abrams saying you've got the vote. I don't like that we've only got two career politicians that we can choose from. So who are you going to pick? And you know, I voted for Kim Todd. And we voted for him. My friends and family voted for him because he was big on guns and all of that. That's why he went in. But with that voter fraud and all that came down and he did nothing and he backed rats and burgers. Nobody, I mean, I don't like him. And I'm telling the American paid for a fed up out here with voting for politicians in the space. That's why we love Trump. Because he said what he would do he did what he would say to their KU everything you want to hear Todd and get in there and do nothing. So I'm not a fan of him. I'm not a fan of Purdue either. I mean, you know, we had a caller earlier on from Tennessee, and she said, hey, look, the reality is that because of what happened in Georgia, the Republicans do not control the U.S. Senate. There was a lot of stuff that could have been prevented, had the people of Georgia gotten out there and actually voted and put Purdue back in the Senate, and that just did not happen. What do you think it is with Purdue? That he's not connecting with the voters. Well, what I'm hearing Todd is people, a lot of people say, of course, him being a career politician. And secondly, Todd, people in Georgia are furious that he did not fight enough of his feet to contest it. He did nothing. Hey, just let them have it. When they said, oh, and honey, loeffler herbal asset, really? I wouldn't have voted for her because I couldn't vote for nobody else. That herbal aspect, tawny needed to go home, honey, when she did the back door inside pride in a I always refer to her as herbalists. Now I refer to Biden as bob, back the bones. I don't know, Todd. I don't know. Just like that for my sweet hot stones and grace because honest to God, it's like you can only get the truth from Utah. Even Sean Hannity. I'm with that color that called in about him. I don't know watching him no more. I'm serious with him. That's the problem, Todd, the Republicans are doing the same thing the demon, which is attacking one another. We got to pull together. Jerry lynch. No, no, look, look, I get it. If you get into, if you get that much power, you know, if you're a TV host or a radio host, and you think you're changing the direction of the country, that's a lot of, that's a lot of ego. You know, that's a lot of power. I remember one day early on in the Trump administration, I was on Fox and Friends, and I was making the argument that anybody who any public university that tried to silence free speech, we should be defunding them. They should be defunded immediately. Yeah. And three minutes later, president Trump is tweeting out, we should defund any public school that doesn't defend free speech. And I thought for a minute, I'm like, wow, look at me, and then I thought, holy cow, I hope he doesn't. I hope I'm not influencing the president that much, because sometimes no ideas were not if you are. You're kind to say. You're the best influencer that he could get. But you know what I say to her I just want to leave you with darling because I love y'all. I say that Biden and all the demon rant are useless as a set of tits on a boar hog. There you go. There you go, Jerry Lynn. We don't have to dump that guys. That's a biological truth..
Why David Purdue Felt Compelled to Run for Governor or Georgia
"Now he wants to be the governor of Georgia and would like to have him on America first today. Senator David perdue. Welcome to the Salem network. Thank you, Sebastian. Straight to be on America first, man. Thank you. All right, so I just retweeted the tweet that's at the top of your Twitter account. It's a great campaign ad. Tell us right now how the campaign is doing and why serving in the Senate wasn't enough for you. Well, I was never a politician, Sebastian. I was like Donald Trump. I was a business guy for 40 years, but I saw under Barack Obama, the country was handing the wrong direction. And I ran for the Senate to try to help change the direction when Trump got elected. We were able to do just that, created the best economic turnaround in U.S. history. Now, the only reason I got in this go to race Sebastian is because our current governor, cave dean allowed the radical Democrats to steal these elections in Georgia and we lost a majority in the United States Senate and we see the Biden madness now. So I couldn't stand by and watch this guy who can not reunite the party after he is divided the party and win against Stacey Abrams. So I'm running right now to save our state and to make sure Stacey Abrams is never governor of
Fresh update on "stacey" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"Yeah, I had to bring it up. That's right. So he and if you remember both of those rallies, he had a very different kind of speech than the rest of the candidate. Sure did. It was a positive speech. It was more of that kind of the uplifting kind of speech. And I think he's done a pretty good job. And he will win big also. And what's an interesting story, too, is that Herschel Walker has been friends with Brian Kemp since he was 18 years old. Brian Kemp's best friend is Daniel Dooley. The dualist of course spent duly the coaches, university of Georgia, so Brian has known Herschel. But what I'm hoping is going to happen. And I know a lot of people think that president Trump will never come to terms with Brian Kemp. But if anybody can broker a detente between former president Trump and Brian Kemp, it's her walker. Well, I mean, and there you've got the football component there. When Herschel played for Trump's team back in the USFL days, and so maybe there is something there. And that has been a question in my mind, would Trump endorse endorse camp if, in fact, and it certainly looks like he's going to win on Tuesday. I just want him not to not, if campus the nominee, then if he just doesn't engage, you know, kind of like what he did with youngkin, where he said, hey, I support him, but he didn't really come in the states. And I got to tell you, it's going to be an interesting thing to watch because, you know, I think president Trump did a great job and more and more, you see that his policies were good, but he does seem to have a little issue with situational loyalty at time. And you're seeing that with kind of him throwing David perdue under the bus. And that's a fair point. Again, and Herschel, I mean, if we're talking about name recognition, the guy just wins, hands down, and I think he'll be the next senator from Georgia. My concern, though, as he did not take advantage of those debates. During the GOP primary, he refused to debate, and I think that may come back and hurt him if in fact there are debates in the general election. Well, he's starting now to sit down for difficult interviews and I've interviewed him several times, but of course I'm a more friendly interview because I'm a Republican and a bulldog fan. I wasn't trying to nail him to the wall, right? So it was he is doing some tougher interviews, but you're right. He is practicing. He's got to debate Rafael Warnock is a good debater, but you know, Rafael Warnock's got his own problems too. And he has never been challenged. The university just dropped a million plus dollar buy beginning the attack on Rafael Warnock. So it's coming. And Martha, we probably, and I should have mentioned this ahead of time. You and I, there's some tension here in our friendship and relationship because you are a Georgia bulldog fan. I am a Tennessee volunteer fan and of course you guys sent duly son to sabotage our football program back in the day. I just have to my husband's best friend as a Tennessee ball too. So there you go. It's a strain, but I tried. I'm just kidding. Martha's. Can I tell you what Todd? That color just doesn't look good on anybody. I'm sorry. Now Martha Martha. You see, I'm going to be nice. It's Friday. It's Martha Zoller of the patriot mobile newsmaker line. You know Martha, this are people in Georgia. Do they understand that this really is a bellwether state? I mean, I think a lot of it's a nationalized race, even though it's in Georgia. No, they really do understand. And I think it's going to be like that. At least if cycle an 2024 because but I will tell you something. Stacey Abrams is polling about three points less than what she ended up with at the end of the last election, which she did not concede. And she is not drawing big crowds. I mean, there's a mural of her in downtown Atlanta with her head above John Lewis and Martin Luther King Jr.. She has been lifted up so high and Brian Kemp love him or hate him. He's been doing the work. And I believe women with children in school are going to be what decides this election. And they're going to vote Republican this time. And are you hearing that Republicans are energized they're going to get out and vote, we're not going to have a repeat of what happened in the Senate races? Yes, I think they are. I think they are united in wanting to beat Stacey Abrams. But there will be a little bit amending that will have to be done. But former senator produced he would support Brian Kemp at full throatedly and Brian Kemp said he would support David perdue if he won. So I think they'll work together to try to keep this going. Good. Well, I'm glad to hear that. All right, and you're coming up to New York for the big talkers convention. I am. I'm looking forward to is one of my favorite weekends. It's going to be a lot of fun. I mean, we're bringing Tim van horn, who is the morning show host at KW a.m. in Memphis, so he hasn't been to New York. This is going to be a great experience. So we'll have to make sure everybody gets together. I will look forward to it. All right, Martha Zoller, everybody, host of the Martha Zoller show, we've got links to Martha's social media platforms over on our live show blog. Martha, have a great weekend. Thanks, Todd, you too. All right, great lady right there. And let me tell you something, Martha knows politics, probably better than anybody in the state of Georgia. To that point on Monday's show, Matt talley is going to join us one of the best pollsters in America, and he's going to help us break down what we can expect next week in these big primary battles all over America. Okay, as promised,.
Obama Speaks at Chicago Conference About Disinformation
"Barack Obama is in the news again. He attended a somewhat ironically titled conference on disinformation. The God was sponsored by the Atlantic monthly, which by the way, has been one of the chief purveyors of disinformation. They've been part of the Russia collusion hoax. In fact, one of the Atlantic writers, Franklin four, was the source of putting out all the lies that were concocted by the Hillary Clinton campaign by this guy sussman by Christopher Steele. So the Atlantic were the not only the dupes, but I think the willing collaborators of these lies. And but this conference was in conjunction with the University of Chicago institute of politics and of course they trot out good old Barack Obama who can be always counted on. I mean, this is America's leading con man. I mean, there's competition, Stacey Abrams is in that competition, Hillary Clinton. There are others. But I think Obama owns the title. In part because he's able to kind of put that pompous expression and look to the left and he looks to the right. It's kind of his style. It was a little bit befuddling when it first came out in 2008, but of course by 2012 and later 2016, everyone had sort of seen through it. It's like the con man who was like fanning out the cards, take a look. Well, you know, we kind of know the routine by now. Well, let's look at Obama. And he's talking about disinformation and here he goes. It's something I grappled with. Imagine Obama grappling with disinformation. During my presidency, I saw it sort of unfold. And that's the degree to which information disinformation and misinformation was being weaponized.
Fresh update on "stacey" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"The call. Let's go to Janice and Georgia. All right, Janice, what say you? I have already voted. And I voted for Brian Kemp. I am a Trump supporter. But I think for myself, and if David perdue ran the state of Georgia like he's run, his campaign, we would be in a world of trouble. States the Abrams can not can not win this election. You know, my question, Janice, will president trop get behind Brian Kemp. I mean, he's I mean, he's leading so far in the polls. It looks like it's going to be a thumping. Do you think president Trump will get behind Brian Kemp? I don't think he'll do any harm to burn camp. He may not like him because if Trump doesn't like you, it's kind of hard to change his mind, but nevertheless, Trump doesn't live in Georgia. We do. Well, that's a fair point, and as we have said in the opening of the show, Janice, all politics is local. That's right. What's the big issue for you, Janice? Why do you like Brian Kemp? Well, when the pandemic was so bad, he didn't completely lock us down. We had our freedom. And that meant a lot to the people. It helped our economy. And we just, if we had had someone like Stacey Abrams, we would have been in a world of hurt. No doubt about it, Janice, no doubt about it, but the key here, we can not allow Stacey Abrams to be the next governor of Georgia. So everybody better get on board after the primary and just seems like there's a lot of turmoil within the Republicans there in Georgia. Everybody's got to put aside their sore feelings and focus on the main goal. Yeah, I feel like Purdue thinks he's going to ride Trump's coattail into office and he's doing that in the wrong state. Well, we will find out Janice and the polling data certainly seems to indicate that, so appreciate the call, as promised, whatever somebody disagrees with me, they go right to the top of the list, Tom in Georgia. All right, Tom, where did I go astray? You always spoke about news. You got to go to a different store. Let me tell you. The Democrats are able to vote in this election. And so there's a lot of Democrats, especially Stacey Abrams, people that are going to vote for Brian Kim to try to get him over that threshold because Stacy apron's note that the mega people are not going to vote for Brian Kemp. If he gets over 50% and she still will win the election and big governor Georgia. But your way missing Ford. So Tom, let me so Tom, I misinformed because at least a dozen polls all have Brian Kemp ahead by 20 points. So every single one of those polls is wrong. Is that what you're telling me? 2016. So, you know, I guess, Todd, just keep just keep listening to Fox News and pretty soon you won't have an audience..
Hollywood Politicizes 'Star Trek' With Stacey Abrams in Guest Role
"So Stacey Abrams is now was brought in in these Star Trek Done by paramount Did you see that mister producer She's the president of whatever it is President of earth Stacey Abrams And Hollywood could care less They couldn't have a conservative do that or Republican Certainly not Trump of course or desantis or Cruz ricotta or down the list But Stacey Abrams who is a complete liar And character assassin That's perfectly fine They run the culture They own the culture That's what I'm talking about So all you drek is out there keep that in mind that now they have destroyed Star Trek But this sort of thing They've destroyed it by politicizing it The good old days where you had you know What's his name What is the guy's name Isn't all the commercials I can't remember his name anymore Bye guys won't help me They don't know either Yeah what's Kirk's name I can't remember Now everybody's yelling at their radio and they're iPhones Even he might be listening yelling at his radio You know folks you've been hearing me William Shatner Bill I'm sorry man Happened to be a big fan I'm a big fan I mean I can't remember life without Bill Shatner to be perfectly honest with you And nobody nobody Nobody played a Kirk like Shatner Nobody
Fresh update on "stacey" discussed on Morning Edition
"The tech industry From the Indian freedom struggle in a small way my father was politically active I was a student leader back during my student days in India And I've been privileged to live in the largest democracy as well as the oldest democracy And to me it is all about democracy and social justice He believes in universal healthcare and in diversity and is now the local democratic vice chair Republicans know they have to work to keep this changing county red as we learned when we visited the county Republican chairman Welcome welcome Hey good morning Thank you Hi Jerry Jerry nice to meet you I'm Steve like so many local voters Jerry marinich is himself a relative newcomer I'm a New Yorker but I brought my Republican values from New York down to Georgia Forsyth county's hilly landscape reminds him of Binghamton New York where he's from He hopes to persuade other newcomers to vote as he does People are moving here and why are they moving here We have a great sheriff We have a great school system We have a great park system our taxes are low And I just want to remind all the people that that was all brought forth by Republican leadership We were meeting at the county Republican headquarters where you can pick up yard signs They have let's go Brandon signs referring to a somewhat different slogan insulting Joe Biden They also have signs for a candidate for state court judge who was originally from Mumbai Besides recruiting newcomers the chairman needs to persuade existing Republican voters to turn out Many believed the big lie that the last election was stolen Do you run into Republican voters who basically are saying you know my vote isn't going to count Well there are people that are very frustrated correct You're very frustrated And why should I vote We're encouraging them to vote We're seeing okay it's okay to look in the rearview mirror That's why it's so small because you're looking to rearview mirror You need to look through the windshield and looking forward in what your goal is in go for that because if you don't vote they win After Donald Trump raised so many baseless questions Republicans hope a state voting law passed last year will reassure members of their party Democrats have alleged that same law tilts the playing field against them The law included money to train poll watchers who will observe this year's voting One of them is B Wilson Yeah I think the new rules will allow stricter controls Does the public understand that maybe not so there's probably still a doubt publicly about the whole thing but I think the new rules will be nip some of that in the bone Oh that's interesting So you have confidence in this year's election Better than I did in 2020 But if you talk to some of your Friends and neighbors they might not have Probably not Georgia elections are a test of voters faith In the primary that ends next week the Republican governor who affirmed the 2020 election result faces a challenger who denies it The winner of that primary can expect to face Democrats Stacey Abrams this fall She has raised her own questions about the fairness of Georgia election rules This year's results.
Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights
"Stacey Abrams is on The Daily Show You notice how they keep pushing these candidates of the far left The daily schmo The Daily Show And I want you to listen to how people are so glib about what's taking place in Ukraine and then project themselves into the situation because they are so self righteous Stacey Abrams cut 7 go We are a stronger nation when we allow people to participate And if we ever doubted that the war that Putin is waging against Ukraine president zelensky said I'm going to paraphrase him and probably poorly He said this isn't a war on Ukraine This is the war on democracy in Ukraine When we allow democracy to be overtaken by those who want to choose who can be heard and those choices are not based on anything other than animus or inconvenience then that is wrong So in other words ladies and gentlemen your Putin and the Russians attacking Ukraine sees Ukraine She self righteous She just wants more people to vote She is a fraud and a huckster As is Stephen Colbert they're a joke
Fresh update on "stacey" discussed on Morning Edition
"Esther Harding moved here to foresight from gwinnett the blue county we heard from yesterday And why did you move here Because for scientists a great county to live in it's not as democratic rule as grenades Why is that important to you That's super important to us because you know we have values in gwinnett you don't get those Which values are we talking about Illegal immigration abortion what the kids being taught in school Harding is an immigrant one of many in this metro area and one of several we met who object to illegal immigration Is the worst thing we pay thousands of dollars for me to become a legal citizen And why do they have the right to come in here and get it all for free Why Where are you from originally Germany She lived in gwinnett county until around the time it flipped to the Democrats and came to this county a year and a half ago How do you feel about the direction of Georgia right now Just praying that Stacey Abrams won't take over She's the democratic candidate for governor Republican governor Brian Kemp is in a primary fight right now What do you think of governor Kemp I mean he might be our only option when it comes down to it right Doesn't sound like you like him very much either Well not nuts since the last election She dislikes governor Kemp's affirmation that Joe Biden won Georgia in 2020 So when Trump says the election is stolen was stolen you believe that It's not Trump's words It was stolen In our interviews some voters from both parties told us they respected Kemp for stating the facts about the election but Esther Harding believes otherwise Thank you Thank you Harding is one of many people moving to these new neighborhoods in northern Forsyth county So many have come that the legislature just added a new state House district here Harding's next door neighbor has also come in the last few years and also moved for political reasons Natalia cosign is originally from Ukraine As you can tell by the blue and yellow Ukrainian flag on our House and by her blue shirt with yellow fingernails she came to the United States 9 years ago.
Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights
"What Stacey Abrams told Trevor Noah on The Daily Show? This week, I hope you're sitting down, you want to think this woman is normal? Stacey Abrams, the queen of rigged elections, she's suing the Georgia election commission. For the 2018 election, now I want to know how the media is going to cover Stacey Abrams lawsuit. Because I thought you weren't supposed to challenge the outcome of an election. Or you were a traitor. Or worse. You got to hear this exchange. Here's Stacey Abrams talking to Trevor Noah last night on The Daily Show. We are a stronger nation when we allow people to participate. And if we ever doubted that, the war that Putin is waging against Ukraine, president zelensky said I'm going to paraphrase him and probably poorly. He said, this isn't a war on Ukraine. This is the war on democracy in Ukraine. When we allow democracy to be overtaken by those who want to choose who can be heard, and those choices are not based on anything other than animus or inconvenience, then that is wrong. Wow. So Stacey Abrams compares Ukraine's invasion. To voting rights in America and. Is the media going to say a word about it?
Alfredo Ortiz: It's Always a Bunch of Malarkey Coming From the Left
"I don't think a lot of people even realize that Stacey Abrams, who never really fully conceded her loss in 2018. I don't think people realize next month is her lawsuit. She's suing to try to dispute the outcome of the election she didn't agree with and she told axios this week a reporter there from axios, Americans should be allowed to question election process in America. Wow, that sounds a little familiar, but I thought when we questioned the outcome of an election, we were all a bunch of traders. What hypocrites they are? What a hypocrite she is. Yeah, but Mike, I'm not surprised, right? I mean, does this surprise you at all? I mean, this is pretty much the playbook of the Democrats. I mean, you know, I love the term and I keep using it. It's always a bunch of malarkey come out of the mouth of the Democrats at this point, right? They're trying to snow the American public. Gaslight the American public. And look, I think American public has woken up. I think they realize we're being fed a bunch of BS.
Savor the Humiliation Stacey Abrams Is Experiencing
"But at least saver the humiliation that Stacey Abrams is now experiencing. I know schadenfreude is not a very Christian principle. You know, schadenfreude, that German condition where you delight in the misery of others, do you know how hard it had to be for that woman to go on CNN and apologize? Remember, she's doubled down. And oh, by the way, in addition to her so called apology yesterday, she doubled down on mask mandates for schools. They're not willing to give up that power. But just soak it in. That if you're having a bad day, Stacey Abrams is day is a thousand times worse.
Stacey Abrams Comes Under Fire for Not Wearing a Mask
"Not wearing a mask while at a school where everybody else is wearing a mask. And she whipped out the race card. Quote, it is shameful, she said that our opponents are using a black history month reading event for Georgia children as the impetus for a false political attack. Now the point is you are a big mask manic. You were posing maskless with a bunch of Georgia children who are wearing masks. Even one of the ladies on the view got on her. Whatever. Like, why do that? Why give the right more ammunition? I mean, they always go after her anyway. And I think it was really hypocritical actually. First, her statement. First of all, this is nothing to do with black history month. It's the point is that she was not wearing a mask when she is. No, no, no, no, no, the virus doesn't come at you during black history month. You didn't, they take February off. You didn't know that? Opponents of mask mandates. And she said, I think, in her statement, her people said that she asked to she removed it. She I'm sorry, she wore a mask to the school, but later removed it so she could be heard. Maybe she was holding a breath. That woman can hold her breath for a very long period of time. Watching remotely and for the photos on the condition. She was
Spotify CEO Confirms Removal of Some Joe Rogan Episodes
"Under threat. You look at what's happening right now to Joe Rogan. And it seems like, you know, the mob is out to get him. The mobs have to get everyone. It's just disgusting. I don't think we can continue as a society. Really living like this. I mean, they're out for blood and they're like, sharks in the water. They smell it. And now the CEO of Spotify is having to say, wow, well, wait a second, you know, we're just gonna take down these podcasts, but you see, we support free speech, et cetera, et cetera and all these musicians are running for the hills. So this is cancel culture on steroids. They're trying to go after a pretty big fish. They're going to go after this for a while. We'll see how far they get. The problem is, when you give them an inch, it's all over. So if Spotify gets rid of Joe Rogan, by the way, Joe Rogan has another offer already from our Friends over at rumble. They're like, hey, Joe, come here, we'll pay you. We'll pay you a $100 million. We'll give you a deal. Wouldn't that be
Stacey Abrams Is Crowned the Queen of Hypocrisy
"Stacey Abrams she decided and this is like the queen and the masks, right? You gotta wear a mask, you gotta wear masks. I'm not even gonna comment on that, okay? We'll save that for another day. But just understand that this is the queen of the masks. Unsuccessful politician that she is, and she decides to go take a photo op at a school with a bunch of little kids I mean, she's there to talk to them or whatever. They turn around, they take this photo, and you see all these poor little kids, you know, I'm not going to show the photo because they're kids, they're kids, right? Like just the fact that she took the photo with the kids. I hope that there was parental consent, right? 'cause it's a public school. Anyway, so she takes the photo with the kids, they've all got masks. Every single one of them. The only one that doesn't is Stacey Abrams. Music. Mass for thee. But not for me. I mean, once again, we see an example of the left preaching whatever they want to preach, and yet when it comes to themselves, it doesn't matter. There's a sense that there's royalty, right? They don't have to wear. Gavin Newsom was the king of that one. Now Stacey Abrams, they're in Georgia, is like the queen. Well, it's created this whole problem because apparently her social media campaign person well, we don't know if she's really campaign. We think she's campaigning. She's putting together a staff. Person actually tweeted out the picture. Or retweeted the picture that the principal took. It's like, wow, I mean, you just announced to the world. How stupid all this is, right? She's the only one without the mask in these poor little kids. They all have to wear their masks. It's so beyond hypocritical at this point. I just wanted to flag that for you
Stacey Abrams Poses Maskless in Classroom With Masked Children
"Good day to watch us on Salem news channel. If you want to see this picture of Stacey Abrams, what do they say about that? Well, we know what they say. The goofy mayor of Los Angeles said I hold my breath. That looked like Stacey Abrams is holding her breath to me. She smiling, grinning ear to ear. There she is with her hands folded. In her lap on the floor, right there, she's not within, she doesn't social distancing. She's super spreading to all these poor children who are all gonna die of COVID. Oh no. They're frauds. They're a bunch of frauds. So you must ignore the noise.
Key Pa. Dems to miss Biden visit, cite scheduling conflicts
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting with with with with president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden visiting visiting visiting visiting Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania today today today today a a a a couple couple couple couple of of of of top top top top Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats are are are are skipping skipping skipping skipping the the the the event event event event president president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden travels travels travels travels to to to to western western western western Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania today today today today White White White White House House House House press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki I'll I'll I'll I'll be be be be talking talking talking talking about about about about how how how how far far far far we've we've we've we've come come come come in in in in getting getting getting getting our our our our economy economy economy economy moving moving moving moving again again again again making making making making more more more more right right right right here here here here in in in in America America America America and and and and ensuring ensuring ensuring ensuring all all all all workers workers workers workers benefit benefit benefit benefit with with with with Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's approval approval approval approval ratings ratings ratings ratings down down down down sharply sharply sharply sharply in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months two two two two of of of of three three three three leading leading leading leading Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats on on on on Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania statewide statewide statewide statewide ballot ballot ballot ballot this this this this spring spring spring spring aren't aren't aren't aren't attending attending attending attending the the the the event event event event at at at at Carnegie Carnegie Carnegie Carnegie Mellon Mellon Mellon Mellon University University University University lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant governor governor governor governor John John John John Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman who's who's who's who's running running running running for for for for U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Senate Senate Senate Senate and and and and state state state state Attorney Attorney Attorney Attorney General General General General Josh Josh Josh Josh Shapiro Shapiro Shapiro Shapiro who who who who could could could could be be be be the the the the democratic democratic democratic democratic nominee nominee nominee nominee for for for for governor governor governor governor are are are are citing citing citing citing scheduling scheduling scheduling scheduling conflicts conflicts conflicts conflicts and and and and skipping skipping skipping skipping the the the the event event event event earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats Stacey Stacey Stacey Stacey Abrams Abrams Abrams Abrams a a a a leading leading leading leading candidate candidate candidate candidate for for for for governor governor governor governor in in in in Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia also also also also get get get get the the the the chance chance chance chance to to to to appear appear appear appear with with with with Biden Biden Biden Biden Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi out out out out Washington Washington Washington Washington
Joe Biden Chooses 'Wokeness' Over Qualifications for Supreme Court Nominee
"The fact that Joe Biden is so incomprehensibly stupid as to not learn from the mistake he made when he promised to select a black female running mate for vice president and thus painted himself into a corner with such a dearth of qualified candidates. I mean, all he had to choose from was pretty much Kamala Harris or Stacey Abrams when he said it was going to be a woman he narrowed the options down so much when he said it to be a woman of color so much more so that's how he got stuck with Kamala. That's how he got stuck with this babbling, bungling, basket of crap that is Kamala Harris. I mean, how many times do we have to see her trip and stumble her way through interview questions or giggle her way through tough questions that she doesn't have the answer for. She's completely incompetent when it comes to dealing with the southern border. The one job she was given, you'd think that Joe Biden would learn from that mistake and not say I'm gonna not pigeonhole himself.
Georgia DA Asks for Special Grand Jury in Election Probe Against Trump
"The Supreme Court and basic comedy CO MIT Y has created a disaster in our country which is the war against Donald Trump A Manhattan DA going after Donald Trump You have an attorney general of New York going after Donald Trump These are elected Marxist Democrats And now you have a Georgia DA as for a special grand jury to go after Donald Trump And this is a Georgia DA with ties to of course Stacey Abrams The true winner of the governorship of Georgia chastes Of course she never comes under any criticism for undermining our electoral system No She's unbelievable The associated depressed Atlanta the Georgia prosecutor looking into possible attempts to interfere in the 2020 general election By former president Donald Trump and others is as for a special grand jury to aid the investigation Fulton county DA fanny Willis The faster Sent a letter to Fulton county superior court chief judge Christopher brash here See all these Democrat areas But the Republicans they're scared No pushback Asking him to impanel a special grand jury She wrote in a letter that her office has received information indicating a reasonable probability That the state of Georgia's administration of elections in 2020 including the state's election of the president of the United States was subject to possible criminal disruptions
Abrams Treads Carefully in Relationship With Biden
"Regarding Stacey Abrams, the failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate skipping the Georgia speech. Here's what they said about this on morning Joe and morning Joe of course, I'm not sure what he is now. He certainly was a Republican House member, but has moved steadily to the left and has been a harsh critic of Donald Trump. Here's what he said about Stacey Abrams, skipping the Georgia speech by Joe Biden. I mean, politicians show up with presidents when they have 52% approval ratings. Politicians don't show up with presidents when their approval ratings may be in the 30s in a state where they are. There's another reason. Are you getting the tires rotated? And right now in the middle of COVID, that's kind of hard. I just don't know. I would say this about whatever. This is politics one O one. I find it fascinating and it speaks less to stay Stacey Abrams that really does than it does when she perceives Joe Biden's political standing to be in the state of George right now. That she's not showing up in an event that was custom made for her.
'Biden Went Down to Georgia, He Was Looking for Some Votes to Steal'
"This will probably put a smile on your face. I love this. This is courtesy of the great Mark Davis. Morning host and my dear friend on 6 60 a.m. the answer in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. Biden went down to Georgie, he was looking for some votes to steal. He's in a band as parties way behind he's looking to cut some deals. He expected Stacey Abrams in an atmosphere that's hot. But when they asked if she'd show up, she said, boy, I think that. I guess you didn't know it, but you and Kamala are through. And if you care to take a look, you'd see we're done with you. Now we've played second fiddle, but it's time for something new. The squad and I, riding high, we're coming after you. Joe said girl, I hear you and it might be a sin, but I'll take a nap. I don't give a crap. I don't think that I can win. Biden tried the same old lies it's getting pretty hard. His last fight in Georgia in the public getting tarred. He says secure elections are a cancer on our soul, but we know it ain't Jim Crow two. Love that. Great work by Mark. And we've offering that little parody song to you franchise if you want to have it on your phone or share it with somebody. You can just text the keyword devil to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. We'll send you back the link and you can enjoy
Stacey Abrams and Biden Blame Scheduling Issue for Voting Rights Speech Absence
"Stacey Abrams didn't show up. Stacey Abrams didn't show up to the speech that Joe Biden was supposed to save as presidency with. So Biden's speech was about voting rights allegedly and all about fixing the filibuster and yet for whatever reason Stacey Abrams who's running for governor of Georgia, same state. Her issue, she wasn't there. And it has Democrat commentators going wild with speculation as to why Stacey Abrams wasn't there. Now let's just be clear, Stacey Abrams has never won an election outside of a state representative race. She lost the Georgia governor's race. She always gets platformed as this Democrat savior. It's really bizarre. And they say that, yes, Stacey Abrams is the reason why Rafael Warnock and John ossoff. Won the Senate races. Now there's only a couple explanations. So Stacey Abrams comes out and she says, yeah, I wasn't there because of a scheduling mix up. Now let me tell you somebody who let me tell you about something that I could be from a first person perspective. We've run a lot of events at turning point action. And when we host the president, president Trump, and he calls us, there's really not much of a negotiation that happens with the schedule. It's not like, hey, we're coming to Phoenix on Wednesday. Like, how about Friday? That just doesn't work. You cancel what you have. And you know what's amazing? And I could say this from personal experience. That when you tell whoever you're canceling, that you're doing so for event with the president, they totally understand. So you're trying to tell me Stacey Abrams had something more important to do than go and greet Joe Biden when he comes down to Georgia? Stacey Abrams had a more pressing commitment. Where was she yesterday?
Stacey Abrams Noticeably Absent From Biden's Voting Rights Push in Georgia
"Joe Biden seems to have set himself the task of destroying constitutional democracy. In the name of saving it. Now, like the devil Biden went down to Georgia and kind of for the same reason, he went down there to sow the seeds of lasting corruption. And I'll start out with the observation that interestingly Stacey Abrams and in fact a number of the kind of voting rights groups the left wing groups in Georgia decided to stay away. Why? Well, in the case of the voting groups, they sort of said, listen, worth staying away because this is all talk and no action. This is very symbolic. Biden's not really doing anything. Of course, it remains an open question what Biden can do Stacey Abrams just said that she was really busy. She had another appointment, so think about this. This is apparently Stacey Abrams's number one issue. This is the big effort by Biden to try to get this kind of reshaping of American elections past the finish line, but Stacey Abrams had to have hairdressers appointment, or someplace else to
"stacey" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Stacey gordon ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the show states. How you doing thank you thank you. I am doing well. I love that show might get at it to that in shell and you actually yes short. Short answer yes. By the time season what season my goodness gracious. Good problem how. I think Success of the show but season six coming up soon. But you'll definitely have to be you know. Of course be a different type of layout. But i'll i will be offered to put your face on one of those. That'd be audited great. But i've been looking forward to this stacey. I've been really looking forward to this. Yeah yeah and i i love. I don't know what it is. I well i know what it is but what it is about this fascinated with lund. You're in london. Well i'm glad you have this factual. Sometimes i get into the london blues because it isn't like i don't like london or like england. I love it. I think it's a great country is a beautiful architecture is gorgeous. Lotta history here. However they don't wash the same type of sports. That i watch you know what i mean so stay up really late to watch the things that i two twenty twenty kind of happened and it kind of gave me a. I guess a way of understanding that. I could live without sports. It's all good. It's not like. I'm that busy in olympic women's. Say that busy that i don't watch sports but i do always have a laptop in my lap when i'm watching something like that but i don't know it is what it is but. What do you like about london as much as you. I love. I have family there and so i don't. I think it was really cool to be able to come back right before the pandemic and take my kids and how they might meet family they had that and so i just have a affinity for a family. That's over there so the last time you were here right before hit. I think we talked about last time. Yeah yeah we were there december into january. Yeah that was right when my daughter was born she was born january eighth and my parents flew out to give. It's january twenty second in the morning and went to the airport and they left right. Rug was right before..
"stacey" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
"Goal is to simplify jam for everybody across the board. I often say is everything about g. Six more about g seven. The size is so small. You don't really recognize it's on your body. it's really a great profile bigger than nicole. Ceo can sayer will also show details about how they're preparing for the g. Seven rollout once. It's approved as well as details about medicare and use with their pump partners. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions for contact your healthcare provider. Welcome to another week of the show. Always so glad to have you here you know. We aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on people who use insulin. I'm your host stacey simms my son. Benny was diagnosed back in two thousand six just before he turned to his now. Sixteen.
"stacey" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast
"I work with creatives and brands to use data to craft increasingly better and better videos for their unique one of a kind audiences. There's no better time to be in video marketing than right now because instead of filling out those cookie cutters marketing formulas of the past. We're making the cookie cutters of the future deign to the future. And for you the listener you should know that as always you can follow along right on that podcast up. You are listening to right now and we've got a transcript for you. We've got links. And today we have a special guest. It's stacey kelly. Stacey is a branded content executive producer. Who has worked on content for many brands. Inner time at places such as buzzfeed viacom and many others welcome stacee. Hey thank you.
"stacey" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Was so cold. And i just worked with our script supervisor from that movie again on. Respect the aretha. Franklin film with the brilliant jennifer hudson and by the way i'd go back any day and sit on sat and listened to her saying an honestly every day working with the ladies and the men on mrs america. I miss them. I mean having the show. Come out in the middle of this. It's strange not to be able to be with everybody and celebrate do with because there are so many crew members cast members that you've had to say goodbye because the show must have been. What is your process. After you completed a project to sort of mourned the end of it. If you will it's funny that you say that my late mentor and first boston denver hill. Who i was super close to and who we still give out a scholarship in her name through the pga. Every year two producers not just female producers but to people getting out of graduate school for producing. I used to make fun of her. When i was first working for her because she used to clean out and organiz her garage in obsessive way after every show but i now understand it because you come home from location was so much junk and you feel really out of control because life has moved on for everybody else. You've been in a perfect bubble away with like your summer camp friends making something in have these intense emotional experiences and howdy create order. My kids are always like yeah. Mom's like yelling at to clean up our room. Whenever she's back from location and on the other hand we were up on top of that mountain at ninety five hundred feet and they call me to find something in their bedroom. Even though they're incredibly participatory and fantastic father was at the other end of the house. It's just like mom. Do you know where my blah blah blah is right. So i just wanna ask one final question because you said you have to love this in order to do it. Can you put into words. What the love of making movies as i'd say for film and tv honestly. I i always say to people when they ask for deitz if you could do anything else and be as happy. You should do that because this is really hard. And i don't mean hard in brain surgery way but you told no all the time you're rejected even when everything comes together perfectly and you make something great. Nobody may show up or you know. I'm as proud of the television series. Sweet vicious anything i've ever done and i got probably some of the best reviews in my career but it was a moment in time where mtv was doing away with scripted programming and they debuted it the night of the twenty sixteen election and maybe it was ahead of its time but even when things go really well sometimes you can have heartbreak in it and again. I'm not talking about the kind of heartbreak that our incredible first responders are going through but for me. I was really lucky. That seeing shows like mary tyler moore show or watching that girl after school. When i'd come home because it was in syndication by that point which was this marlo. Thomas show where she was single and living in new york can on our own in manhattan not married. Those are the only characters that i saw that had careers. When i was growing up that will and i do believe that representation is incredibly important. And that if you can't see yourself reflected in pop culture you don't know that you can live different. Lives or tell different stories. So the early producers who were women that were visible were all actresses. Whether it was jane fonda are barbara streisand or sally field. Goldie hawn those were the people who were the first producers in jobs that were visible that like a kid growing up in fort lauderdale florida could say. I could do this but really watching movies reading books listening to music watching television. Those were the things that were my salvation grow enough in that pre internet world. They were the things that allowed me to see. That bigger possibilities were out there. And that i could relate to rats who rizzo and joe buck tonight cowboy and their emotions even though they were nothing at all like me feelings of loneliness in the same way that you know somebody watching moonlight or parasite you understand. That people have similar issues and that we're all part of this. Great human experience without cinema include television in that or or art. I don't know the ways we make for me. So that's why. I couldn't do an as long as i feel that way about it. And long as it continues to have that effect on me and i certainly hope that mrs america has about the people that they want to get out there and fight for their rights. Whether it's their right to stay at home mom for their right to work or their right to have control and sovereignty over their own body whatever those rights are to not sit back and let them be taken away from us. Stacey it has been such an incredible honor having you today. I really appreciate everything you've said all of the work you've done. Everyone should go. Watch mrs america on april fifteenth on fx. On hulu. i cannot wait. I'll thank you guys. So much and dana. Thank you for joining as co host. It has been so much fun. Having you know great to see you know we have to change that as soon as corentin is over. I'm coming over. I can't wait. Thanks jenny much. Stacey hollywood unscripted is created by. Kurt co media this episode of the stuck at home specials hosted by me. Jenny curtis co hosted by the amazing dana. Gloria many thanks to our incredible guests. Stacey sher thank you to the rest of our team as well michael kennedy. Who did the episode. Mastering stuart halperin are producer. And celeste and eric dick who created the hollywood unscripted theme song and thank you to all of our listeners. We hope you get as much joy and inspiration from these interviews as we do. Please make sure to subscribe as we have several more specials coming your way during this time of quarantine we'd also appreciate if you'd leave us a rating and a review we want to hear from you. Stay safe and healthy and we'll see you next time..
"stacey" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"This week. The runoff senate elections in the state of georgia have been huge news and while she's not on the ballot this time a driving force behind the scenes for democrats has been stacey. She lost her run for governor a couple years ago but that did not slow down her efforts in fact she seemed more determined than ever to get out the votes in her home state. And when i got the chance to interview. Stacy i wanted to understand how she kept up that mental momentum as a politician and as an african american woman we included parts of that conversation in our ted radio hour episode at the time. But you know what everything stacy said was so interesting that we thought you'd want to hear the whole conversation especially in.
"stacey" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"But before that increasingly and I'm not a Luddite I appreciate technology I, know what it can do for us but it has been alienating for many of us and it has pushed us further and further away from each other and so many of the symptoms that I'm now seeing of people feeling is if addition to what has been brought in the last several years that they have no sense. Of A core if you're alienated by their jobs by relationships that aren't as close as they would want them to be, and then you as I say add fuel to the fire with a pandemic and you have a perfect storm and unfortunately you know the pandemic isn't the end of the story and I don't want and won't end on a sour note because there's lots that we can hope for. But were to to say that we're in a dark place is not overstating your book offers a lot of hope and a very practical program. We'll call it you both to comment. On the acronym restore, we'll get to that. But let's talk about what we're we're dealing with dealing with recognizing what's going on is the biggest issue isn't it that people don't ignore the symptoms and cover them with perhaps drank or other things and they can get out of control. So Stacey, why don't you pick up on recognizing knowing your body knowing your your feelings why that's so critical as we say in the book, you need to name it and frame it in order to tame it you need to be self aware enough to know what you're experiencing in order to do something about it. because. There isn't a one size fits all solution for these feelings. What works for one person is going to be different from what works from another and also what works for one particular form of emotional inflammation or set of triggers is going to be different than what works for others. So you really need to know what you're dealing with just as with physical conditions you're not gonNA treat a headache the same way you're going to treat indigestion you need to know what you're dealing with. So that's the first step an in the book we guide people. To recognize how they're feeling and not just say I'm feeling stressed that's not enough you need to drill down deeper and really identify what is that stressed feeling what lies next of feeling stressed per se are you feeling anxious or you feeling frustrated? Are you feeling demoralized? What is the nugget essence and then when you understand that you can drill deeper and look at what's causing this what is triggering this feeling right now and how does it tied other triggers I experience and once you have all the self-knowledge, you can.
"stacey" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"Amazon added voice controls for smartphone devices to Madame A and we've had tool and apple ketchup and do the same thing, and so on so forth got integrations and more products more brands, and it's all good, but again it's all very incremental. Five years in and we need something big. Were some things big to kick off the next age? So I'll share three of them and see if you listeners or you, Stacey agree or disagree then. We talked about me hill earlier. And that leads me to the first one presence detection. It's still not really all here. It just. There's not many companies that offer it. The ones that do I haven't had a positive experience with yet. We mentioned remain. We'll take a second. Look at it for sure. Earlier this week Stacey I think you had either spoken to reported on in low yes. They do something very similarly of Bluetooth satellites that are like forty dollars each. She put around the home. triangulate where you are based on the Bluetooth, signal a your individual phone, so. Vices, that's what was so cool about it. Yes, and that that is good, because not everybody I know somebody on this podcast. In fact, carries their phone with them around the House I. DO I'm not. I was I wasn't trying to call you out, but I'm not ashamed I. Leave my phone places. That's right. I am not glued to my phone that listen. I'll be honest. I wear the Apple Watch all the time, so I, do occasionally put my phone down early the house without it so. There's Bluetooth on that that would work for me as well a little. Choose Tag that Clip on her Bluetooth jewelry that I wear whatever. Regardless it's not to me the the problem of having Bluetooth device it's. Having these satellites accurately triangulate who is in what room in my house and why is it a big deal? Because maybe I WANNA walk in a room and have a scene of certain lights and music on, and then my wife goes in that same rin later. She doesn't want nice scene. She wants lower dimmed lights, and no music on, and it just happens. That's what's missing right now. Also second thing device discovery integrations. We've made a lot of progress here in the last five years probably more so in the last two or three, but it's still kind of silent approach between Apple Amazon Google. Everybody's got.
"stacey" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Welcome to black widow watch like the deadly spider there named for many female criminals have used the promise of love to trap and kill their victims. These men believed they'd found the person. They would spend their lives with instead they'd wandered right into the web of a deadly Predator throughout this month I'm taking a look at the world's most notorious black widows in these episodes own cover. What made these women decide to murder? The people they vowed to love and cherish. Will detail the specific methods they used to carry out these ads and finally will explore what made their respective pray susceptible to the charms of a Predator in disguise? Today, we're discussing. Stacey Castor at first glance. Stacey appeared to be a resilient single mother, grieving the death of not one but two husbands, but when one detectives suspected foul play in the death of David, castor her poisonous true nature finally came to light. More on Stacey Castor after this now back to our black widow. Stacey castor was distraught over her husband. David's death on August twenty, second, two, thousand five, but it didn't quite come as a shock to her after all as she told the police David was depressed and grieving the recent loss of his father, but even in those early hours of investigation, the police suspected they were things Stacey wasn't telling them sergent. Robert Willoughby founded Turkey based or hidden in a garbage can and the casters kitchen when tested at the lab, analysts found antifreeze in the. Chamber and David's DNA on the tip. It suggested a dark scenario of how exactly the poison found its way into David System. Most suspicious of all authorities found the cast irs will had recently been revised whereas before he split the estate evenly among his children. Now every penny went to his wife, Stacey Castor. And her two daughters Brie and Ashley David Son from his previous marriage David. Junior was cut out entirely detective Dominic Spinelli could tell something stunk about this case. And this feeling only grew when spinelli discovered. This wasn't the first time stacey played the grieving widow. In the winter of nineteen, ninety nine Stacey revealed to a friend that she was considering divorce from her first husband Michael Wallace shortly after Michael grew sick, he was lethargic vomiting often and appearing swollen and puffy on January, Eleventh, two thousand Michael died on the couch in his family home. He was only thirty eight, though Michael's family wanted an autopsy. Stacey declared that the doctor's final diagnosis of a heart attack was good enough for her. On September fifth two, thousand, seven Spinelli exhumed Michael Wallace's body to check for evidence of antifreeze poisoning. The medical examiner's office quickly performed. The autopsy and Spinelli's worst suspicions were confirmed. Michael Wallace's body was filled with crystals left behind by antifreeze. Days later on September twelve. Stacey invited her daughter Ashley Home From College to cope with their hard week. She suggested the two of them get drunk. This mother daughter bonding session was in reality, a test run of Stacy's final plan. Ashley passed out after drinking what Stacey mixed her and woke up the next morning with a hangover. That day. Thirteenth Stacey suggested they share another drink this time. The beverage she fixed tasted bitter, and Ashley had trouble getting it down, Stacey gave her a straw and told her to force the drink down. The next morning September fourteenth breath found her sister barely breathing in her bed, as Stacey called nine one one rediscovered a note typed by Ashley, it was both a suicide note and a confession in the letter. Ashley admitted to murdering. David Castor the same way. She killed Michael Wallace seven years before when she was eleven years old. She claimed she did it out of love for her mother and sister and her guilt drove her to suicide. Though a close call, doctors at the Er were able to save Ashley's life. They pumped a potent cocktail of vodka and powdered pills from her stomach. Stacey castor had the perfect plan to frame Ashley for the murders, and then get rid of the evidence by killing her own daughter. The only thing she hadn't counted on was Ashley Survival. On February fifth, two, thousand, nine Stacey Castor was convicted of the second degree murder of her husband David Castor forging his will, and attempting to murder her own daughter Ashley. Before that toxic mother daughter drinking date Ashley considered Stacey her best friend in the world after Stacey sentencing neither she nor brief spoke to their mother again, and in two thousand sixteen at the age of forty, eight stacey died in jail alone..
"stacey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"High mammoth tapping from. One thirty at Atlantic, the end sanctuary. You're listening to Sifi. Talk with Tony Collado enjoy. I walk in the Scifi Talk. I'm Tony. Tomato and like the welcome my guest today, and that Stacey bork she is the author of apocalypse five, and yes, it's about doomsday, but there's a force out there that might help us in case we ever in that dire situation, at least in the world of her novel Stacey Welcome to Sifi Talk. So happy to be here, tell us about the idea. How did you get the idea to do this this novel? Actually, that's a really funny story If you've ever seen the movie adaptation of the Dark Tower by Stephen King. There is one line in the movie that Matthew. mcconaughey Hayes says where he's look back over his shoulder and enjoy the apocalypse. And I was I'm a huge fan of Stephen King sitting in the theater, and I heard that one line enjoyed the apocalypse. And finding my head into have a pleasant apocalypse, and from there I didn't see any more of the movie. My mind was just worrying. By the time I left the theater I had the entire plot for apocalypse five laid out. Your it was..
"stacey" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"And there is news news. You can use important news stacey. Abrams which she's been so busy campaigning to be vice president of the United States that she forgot to do one big important thing she never actually endorsed Joe Biden. No I saw this headline today. I thought you mean she hadn't done it already know she hadn't done it already. Headline from the Politico Stacey Abrams endorses Biden. The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate becomes the latest potential vice presidential pick to back the presumptive Democratic nominee. What do you mean she hasn't done this before now? Stacey Abrams the former Democratic nominee for governor in Georgia on Tuesday on Tuesday. What you mean. She's doing it this morning. I'm confused. She in towards former vice president. Joe Biden's White House Bid Vice. President Biden is the leader. America needs a leader who restored dignity competence and compassion to the Oval Office while restoring America's moral leader the world. She said in a statement. Distributed by the bipartisan campaign. Another words The statement was prepared and vetted and released in an embargo to this morning. So the headline is out this morning but the practical effect of this is that it didn't happen until this morning. So Abrahams Abe wait. Wait wait I it. Political Abram statement Tuesday represents another high profile endorsement of Biden from one of his perspective. Ice Presents speaks so she's not even the First Kamla Harris mclovin Elizabeth Warren Gretchen. Whitmer all top to become his running mate have similarly thrown their support but among the female the female demographic in it is likely to take the number two spot. Abrahams has most aggressively lobbied for the role publicly promoting yourself for the job and arguing. She would make excellent choice. Biden's campaign has tired of Abrahams antics as a result of this They they want nothing to do with her. They believe show her campaign for Vice. President is getting more exposure than Joe Biden's campaign for President. And they don't like it they want her to cut it out. This is just amazing though. She's been campaigning for vice president for so many said she forgot David at doors. Guy That just. Wow but a dog about putting the cart before the horse. Oh my goodness gracious..
"stacey" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"That leads me into the Stacey. Abrams stuff it does seem that she is campaigning. To be the vice presidential nominee for the Democrats. There's an op-ed in the in the New York Times. It's obvious whom Joe Biden should vice president. The subtitle is he needs a running mate. Who Strengthens the ticket? In areas. Where he's weakness. One person stands out Steve Phillips is a podcast hosts democracy in color with Steve Phillips. I don't know anything about him He's a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. Which is a left wing. Think tank and he's the author of Brown is the new White House. The demographic revolution graded a new American majority as Jill Biden. Formerly begins his vice presidential selection process. He needs to find a ready made. Who Strengthens the Democratic ticket? In the area where he's weakest the nomination contest has highlighted three sizable shortcomings that imperil his quest to defeat President Trump I. He has failed to generate nearly any interest let alone meaningful support. Among young people in the presidential primaries second he has consistently lost the Latino vote in third he suffers from a well documented enthusiasm gap that could undermine his candidacy in the same way that Hillary Clinton failed to generate voter excitement resulting in a drop in voter turnout among key constituencies particularly African Americans. Mr BINDS MINISCULE SOUP levels of support among voters. Eighteen to twenty nine has been alarming Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. Then he finally gets to the point of the people most often mentioned being on the vice presidential shortlist stacey. Abrams is what he should go with a close examination of the electoral track record of the possible partner. Shows that MS Abrams best offers would Mr Biden. Most needs to be clear. Abrams is on the Board of the Center for American progress where? I'm a senior fellow in terms of success with young people. Brock Obama's political popularity's unquestioned potential nominees only Ms Abrahams perform Mr Obama in her state. I mean y'all the the the movement is on in Abrams. I guess it was in vanity. Fair suggested yes she'd love to be. She thinks she's good she I I have a hard time. Seen an open campaign for Abrahams to be president actually helps Abrahams. Maybe it does but you want someone Joe Biden were to Keel over tomorrow. Who could be vice? Who could become president and Abrahams has never actually won a state wide race. She she's been a state representative in Georgia. And that's it and people on the left. They got so whipped overseeing part of this can we be honest here. A lot of this on the White Liberal side is white guilt. They so emotionally invested themselves in in federal roy in Texas. They ignored Andrew Gillum and Florence. Stacey Abrams in Georgia Two candidates who actually more much more viable and came closer to winning Than better work did in Texas and so there's a lot of white guilt. Oh we we ignore these black headed and now we need to boost them. Listen I I think. Abrams is a credible person. I think she's an actually is a nice person. I have met her. I disagree with completely on pretty much everything in politics. But she's a good person but she's not qualified to be vice president of the United States. She's been a state representative in Georgia period. A she tried to run for higher office and she lost she. She didn't even make it into a runoff people. People Free Oh she had solo. She couldn't even get into a runoff. I don't I understand the left's love affair now with Stacey Abrams and in so much of his guilt but the reality of the matter is she's not at a level of a of a Kamla Harris who got elected statewide is attorney. General and California's is a US senator. Or what's your name Governor Gresham in in New Mexico? Who's the first statewide elected Hispanic female in the Democratic Party was a health commissioner a congresswoman and now governor? There are way more people ahead of Stacey Abrams in terms of Paul affiliations than her and and it is something about the PR machine behind. Stacey Abrams that I think behind the scenes increasingly is rubbing some Democrats line. And I've heard from some of of the national see the basically the WHO does she think she is? She was a state Rep. You got people like Comma Harris or or Amy Kluber Shar or The Governor Gershon from New Mexico who fit the bill better than Abrahams? Who on the ticket still probably couldn't get Joe Biden to win Georgia one beyond the show? All area is one of those issues where we're GONNA have to. We're we as a people are going to have to recognize that there is a level of there is a level of media generated. Love affair that doesn't necessarily comport with reality. Well connect and then in and of itself I think is going to cause us problems..
"stacey" Discussed on Read it and Beep
"Last performing the show but but the main thing I'll take away from the experience is that God works through the hand of total strangers from Navy doctor over Brad has as a doctor in the audience. I still can't believe how fit for a movie. My life is that time it's healthy to be able to laugh at Your Life Love Alina. Oh the freaking idea being like I. It's red is there. A doctor at the house is really funny to me Evans Piling into the theater and for somebody to just go out. Please is a doctor here baby. And this this this guy who served in the navy not a doctor's just served in the navy was like and he had the right exact remedy. You need eye the doctor once I can be. I love that God works through the Navy doctors and their comedy show audience. This perfect couple days ago. We just finished an amazingly effective day cross lighting and a spoiled is returning to the House as we open the bottom drawer. We can instantly hear Nick's next door neighbor's dog barking are thirty. Four neighbors have a very small dog. It's a free black little creature that's about the size of a soccer ball. Well normally it's locked up behind their front gay but tonight a wasn't gas face get over L. Johnson with his long legged strike. Climb the ASTAIRE's the furry little creature hop down step by step as elder Bethel small. It was another Johnson arrived at the center for the little black free creature did also what happened next. Also it shocked me the pint sized dog attack the six seven elder Johnson. was He really six seven. The funniest part was the elder Johnson. Space took on a look of terror. S. He tried to climb the wall. Even the Johnson is at least fifty times bigger than the creature. I two overreacted. Holding the other elders back looking on with shocked Hor- I think the first one to realize the ridiculous because of the situation with the little creature that really tell between his legs that readily his legs only after Matt attacks and fled to his house. We laughed for hours hours for for those that. Don't know the lingo linguistics. The terminology for half of those words. Stacey served a church mission for two years in Brazil and they would buy elder and then their last name and they just a bunch of dudes hanging out for Jin about God and getting attacked by dogs. I remember like after it happened. We just like die because they're so small. Aw He was six seven. That's crazy so tall scary. It was a pretty big boring or just like straight straight up said. Look here's the thing. Not everyone can have amazing entries like mine about why Taylor loves him hammer the way he could also love me potentially equality but I really appreciated the nonfiction and fiction pieces able to hold fish pieces in my journal the Journal and has nothing to do with my life and they're like might have been good creative writing exercises. It was like a lot of exposition. She killed him in her basement. Now she didn't kill in the basement in the craft corner of the inserted. Jj Remember. I would never actually when you first said craft corner. I thought my cell was like the food unlike food on called Cranston like why would you do spoil the beats everyone saying out on the corner. Graph have corner where it's like a corner of your garage where you just like do work instead of like parkers. Yeah I guess I just wanted to call that like crafting. What would you call it? Craft is like making things and I get that but like I think I've crafting as like leading things inside and like what construction in out of the garage. Nicole is. Do they have like a Not Know Booking. What's it called Jerry? scrapbooking Scotland's crafting. And I would do that inside on a garage. That's that's on conscripting Raja's amazing in a garage. I would like build a table. I would like some things stuff like that. That's what I do. I Love Garages Man But I wouldn't net net a quilt quilting. Whatever these are right now? Can you nicklaus quilt omit. Is You switch it no I. Didn't I mean or oh quote ordinary kid miss a quilt. Making you quilting it. I don't think about that. No put that in your juice box. I'm not the leading expert quilting that sad. I'm glad you could share your journals and Mike. I don't know I had a blast. I should've what good ones before nonsense. We've covered them together. Those neutrals are really fun. It's been a journey dear dear listener if you're one of thirty listeners. Please go check it out stacey on instagram and twitter. Sometimes I'm like a stacey on. Twitter is just so Mambo five heavy member Mambo number five. No He's gay. AM and obviously like I'll have links all of that on reading and BEEP DOT COM. So you don't have to remember you know I'm always always there for you constantly. Tell your friends and please rate review the PODCAST. Because that's all I care about and there's not on Chelsea I'm living for thank you..
"stacey" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"I know you are at work right now just. this is the week it right it is all good off early the you get the rest of the day. I know it is working hard to stack up with an Allen a stop in and that's why I started Monday we are back and again it may give someone all three five kids and adults one Stacey and be the. Monday morning for that he wears. Regis. start. she was talking to you soon. well it's been. no he's just tell me something. I need to. Regis. Regis. to some flowers in the. so I'll do that on. now I'm on the. the them..
"stacey" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Hi Stacey how are you and sent them now what's that you just hooked up with your best friends axe all right bad bad bad yeah okay so she knows I'm assuming no I yeah she knows how did she find out and there's something going on right now and you five bad yeah and how did it go down exactly what happened so I mean I I've been friends with him longer than I've been friends with her so it does happen they have been taken out like so I was like really drunkenly I got hang out with them and we why are you hanging out with him I I'm pretty good by but I'm listen here's the thing even though you knew him first I call that a huge rule violation in now like axes for of your best friends are totally out yeah off limits forever uhhuh so what do we do can I mean we see gonna be like upset with you forever but but I can't I can't I can't blame are you gonna date the guy yeah everybody's losing okay no no no they see I think.
"stacey" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Stacey that's Harris County, Texas, judge Lena Hidalgo five inches of rain in ninety minutes. This is Fox News. Yuma is being pushed to the limit with the surge of migrants. I'm Greg Paul. Cayenne, T news city leaders in Yuma. Are once again calling for a federal response with no end in sight to the surge of migrants and families crossing the border last month. Mayor Douglas Nicholls declared a state of emergency with the release of so many migrants into the town Yuma border patrol agent Jose gala bay says they need more manpower to deal with the number of people crossing the border Republican state. Representative Nancy bardo is praising the signing of a Bill that aims to improve school safety and increase transparency. Governor Doug Ducey signed the legislation this week which requires school districts and charter schools to come up with guidelines for reporting suspected crimes or threatening behavior and also forces schools to inform parents of any student involved in a potential threat bardo. Sponsored the Bill and believes it will make school safer. Tomorrow's the twenty seventh annual stamp out hunger. Food drive seven ninety K as TS Craig Martin explains how you can help letter carriers in the valley and across the country. We'll be picking up donations of non perishable food items during their usual rounds. Jerry Brown was Saint Mary's food. Bank says it's the biggest single day national food drive last year collected nearly seventy million pounds of food in one day across the country about two million pounds of that was in Arizona. Brown says this food drive is vital in stocking. The shelves ahead of summer just leave a bag of non perishable food by your mailbox tomorrow morning and the mail carriers will pick it up to be distributed to Arizona food banks Craig Martin K S T news. I'm Gregg Paul KFI AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk bluecross.
"stacey" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"I'd love to talk to you about beacons because they felt so promising, and then they ended up being so not promising and yet a lot of the technologies were talking about in this conversation or things that we thought we'd do with beacons. And now, we're basically going to do it with gateways and other devices. So can you kind of talk to me about I guess what happened with beacons? And then how that concept has adapted to maybe what we hope we need. Yeah. Sure. I think the. You take it back far enough. This goes back to what happens with many technologies, I guess and by the way, I think it's actually going quite well beacons, but you're back when the community adage with low energy in one of the things that got introduced with that was the ability to broadcasting, right? We've talked about a bluetooth device canal just broadcast out messaging messages, and any device around and can hear those, and you know, the community's been very creative with ways us that. And that's what led if you go. If you remember a little bit of the progression apples, the one that introduced the IB can protocol as a means to kind of figure out how to use that keep ability to support point of interest information beacons or using by cast apology to serve a variety of different opportunities. I think there's a lot of interesting ways to use bluetooth broadcast one is as a to support these point of interest information began. So we still are seeing a lot of museums. Putting these beacons on exhibits to allow visitors to get more information about it retail environments are deploying beacons on various products. And dial displays and so forth to facilitate chopping experience. So who to broadcast, capability servicing. These beacons is still a very growing market, but that broadcast capability of who's being leveraged for many many different things. So it's actually the fundamental technology behind bluetooth mesh. So all the devices in a mesh network are actually using broadcast and communications as a way for them to communicate to each other. But the answering requests, yes, yes, it is in this is partly. I mean, this is as you point out. This is technology adapting, you know. This is basically like we're gonna put a capability out there and see how people react to it. And what they do with it. So this this makes sense. Okay. Here's another thing. I'll add onto that you're in another area. Go. So for instance, we were in there. Still are many many sensors Lucians us gluteus they can choose any different way to communicate using that can use to point to point connection back to a gateway. They can use a broadcast communication this kind of beacon communication to communicate information back to a gateway or they gonna. Use mash. So that's one of the things that's developers really like about this flexibility. Not just one way to communicate. I can communicate over it went to wait connection. I could do to rebroadcast connection. I can do it now over mash, etc. So it's a it's provides a really good flexible platform for developers to choose. What's is the right approach for them? All right. Thank you so much for coming on the show this week. Of course, thank you for having me. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening. And remember if you'd like more, I o t news sign up for my newsletter at Stacey on IOT dot com. We'll see you next week..
"stacey" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"I'd love to talk to you about beacons because they felt so promising, and then they ended up being so not promising and yet a lot of the technologies were talking about in this conversation are things that we thought we'd do with beacons. And now, we're basically going to do it with gateways and other devices. So can you kind of talk to me about I guess what happened with beacons? And then how that concept has adapted to maybe what we hope we need. Yeah. Sure. I think the. You take it back far enough. This goes back to what happens with many technologies, I guess and by the way, I think it's actually going quite well be, but you're back when the community adage with low energy in one of the things that got introduced with that was the ability to to broadcasting, right? We've talked about a bluetooth device canal just broadcast out messaging messages, and any device around and can hear those, and you know, the community's been very creative with ways us that. And that's what led if you go. If you remember a little bit of the progression apples, the one that introduced the IB can protocol as a means to kind of figure out how to use that capability to support point of interest information beacons or using by cast apology to serve a variety of different opportunities. I think there's a lot of interesting ways to use bluetooth broadcast one is as a to support these point of interest information began. So we still are seeing a lot of museums. Putting these beacons on exhibits to allow visitors to get more information about it retail environments are deploying beacons on various products. And dial displays and so forth to facilitate chopping experience. So who to broadcast, capability servicing. These beacons is still a very growing market, but that broadcast capability of who's being leveraged for many many different things. So it's actually the fundamental technology behind bluetooth mesh. So all the devices in a mesh network are actually using broadcast and communications as a way for them to communicate to each other. Oh is this answering requests? Yes. Yes. It is in this is partly. I mean, this is as you point out. This is technology adapting, you know. This is basically like we're going to put a capability out there and see how people react to it. And what they do with it. So this this makes sense. Okay. Here's another thing. I'll add onto that you're in another area. Go. So for instance, we were in there. Still are many many sensors Lucians of us gluteus. They can choose any different way to communicate using booth that can use to point to point connection back to a gateway. They can use a broadcast communication this kind of beacon communication to communicate information back to a gateway or they. Use mash. So that's one of the things that's developers really like about this flexibility. Not just one way to communicate. I can communicate over it went to wait connection. I could do to over connection. I could do it now over mash, etc. So it's a it's provides a really good flexible platform for developers to choose. What's is the right approach for them? All right. Thank you. So much Ken for coming on the show this week. Of course, thank you for having me. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening. And remember if you'd like more, I o t news sign up for my newsletter at Stacey on IOT dot com. We'll see you next week..