35 Burst results for "State Department"

Who Is DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith?

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Who Is DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith?

"What happened here In this case several years ago about The Republican governor Bob McDonnell who had a hell of a political career ahead of him Bob McDonald took a lot of gifts Mostly his wife did too At the time there was not a legal in the state of Virginia Was a wise No Did he commit a federal offense That's the issue The public integrity section of the criminal division of the United States Department of Justice was headed by this guy Jack Smith Jack smith's wife just done a documentary on excuse me Michelle Obama And is donated heavily to the Biden campaign So these are radical Democrats very very partisan You can assume this U.S. attorney or this head of the public integrity section is the same So what happened Well there's a definition in federal law in terms of bribes official bribes There's a definition for it In the bribery statutes in the interpretation of it Basically it's an official act The official act done on behalf of somebody as a result of receiving a gift a quid pro quo There is no evidence whatsoever The governor MacDonald had done an official act for anybody That there was any quid pro quo But that didn't stop Jack Smith the new special counsel investigating Trump From expanding it

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Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | Last week

Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing

"Jennifer, Victoria town Singh, welcome back to mark the first one on one. Oh, it's always great to be back here. Need to be with you. Why was anybody surprised at president Trump made that announcement? Before yesterday. I mean, people were asking me, is he going to is he yeah, he's going to. Of course. You guys would have surprised, right? No, no, not at all. All right, let's start with some very, very good news that we managed to preview yesterday before you're right. You got some very good. Well, you didn't receive good news indirectly you found out about some good news concerning you in America's mayor. So please share. My lawyers got a letter that the case was over. It was oh, good. So tell us what happened to you and how it all fell apart for Biden's DoJ. Yeah, let me give you a quick background. In 2019, Rudy Giuliani called me and said, I'd like you to represent the prosecutor general, which is like the equivalent of attorney general. Of Ukraine because he's coming to me for representation. I have conflict. I represent Trump, but would you please do it? Because he wants to provide evidence of Biden, family corruption in Ukraine, and also Victor shoken, who Biden got fired because he was investigating burisma and Hunter Biden. That absolutely infamous moment, that video whereby he says. I'm going to hold back this $1 billion credit loan from America unless you fire Victor shokin and then Biden says son of a gun. He fired him. So so clever. So they were coming to say Biden's corrupt. And at that time, Rudy and I didn't think Biden would run because of all of this stuff that we had. And then representation never came through because there were threats and we were going to go to Ukraine to talk with them and the U.S. ambassador. Yovanovitch said she wouldn't protect us if we came. And so forth. So the U.S. ambassador said you're on your own. Right. And there's threats against you. The same U.S. ambassador, by the way, I'm sorry. That's the fight. We're going down rabbit warrens already, but the same use ambassador who we found out illegally tasked the State Department to monitor the social media council. And including my account, John Cena. John Solomon, Donald Trump Jr.'s because I guess that's what the State Department does monitor U.S. citizens. So what did that all develop into? So I didn't think anything more of it. They representation never came through. And I continued with my life. And so you can imagine my surprise. In April of 2021, when Merrick Garland and Chris ray sent the FBI to my house, our

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U.S. aid worker murdered near his home in Iraqi capital

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

U.S. aid worker murdered near his home in Iraqi capital

"There's word an American aid worker has been shot and killed in Baghdad I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Two police officials in the Iraqi capital say assailants shot the man as he drove through the central carotid district on the east bank of the Tigris river No one immediately claimed responsibility for the killing and the officials said the reason was not immediately clear State Department spokesman Ned price says an investigation is underway There's no reason to doubt that someone has been killed as the reports indicate but we want to be thorough in determining that the victim in this case was

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"state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Uptown hall has a generator, the food bank and the fire hall have a generator. The mayor says some emergency responders were trapped because of the trees blocking their way. And that's come up for us, Michelle Esteban, a big fall storm blowing through, making driving hazardous in the area, the Washington State Department of Transportation advises everyone heading over the mountain passes to drive with caution. It's critical that drivers are prepared. And if they're not prepared, they need to consider choosing to go at a different time or maybe delaying their trip. Watch dots, Megan lot says you should have the right kind of tires for winter driving, as well as chains for your vehicle. She also says standing water might be another danger for some at lower elevations, meaning everyone should slow down. A hit and red accident has left a man critically injured near lacy, the Thurston county sheriff's office say deputies responding to the intersection of Martin way east and deutero road southeast found a man down in the roadway. Witnesses told deputies the man was crossing the street legally when he was struck by a speeding black sedan traveling east on Martin way, that driver did not stop. Deputies are contacting businesses in lacy area for surveillance footage of the incident. On Tuesday, we told you about a car theft as Seattle children's hospital, while a family from Spokane was here for surgery for their child. That car has been found, and police have made an arrest

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A Shining Example of the Callousness of President Biden

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

A Shining Example of the Callousness of President Biden

"I've sometimes talked about the president Joe Biden as a nasty callous I don't care kind of guy. And it might seem that I'm referring solely to his ugly personality. And I am referring to that. I'm including that. But there's also a callousness and indifference and ugliness to the Biden administration. And what I mean is that the Biden administration is kind of Biden writ large. I'm not saying he's driving the canoe, but I'm saying the canoe and its direction reflects the personality of this gross crotchety man that is sitting at the helm. Now, here's an example of that. And I'm getting this from news reports that a new federal watchdog report shows that the State Department, this is the Biden State Department, recently was found to have as many as 325,000 unread emails from Afghans who assisted the U.S. war effort and want to be evacuated. So let's back up. The United States does this ignominious, humiliating retreat from Afghanistan. But there's a public assurance that we're not this is not going to be a Saigon style, turn tail and run, we're going to get our own people out and we're also going to make sure that the people who worked with us who had trust in us will at least be considered for to be allowed into this country to make the rest of their life in the United States. Now, what was really bad about the actual evacuation is a whole bunch of people ran onto the planes who were not vetted. Nobody knew who they were, they hadn't actually helped the United States in any way. They were just the fastest guys to get on the plane, and they got out. And there were people there who had worked as translators worked in various capacities with the U.S. who apparently have been in the many months now living by the way, these would now be seen as collaborators with the U.S. and targets for the Taliban regime. These people have been trying to reach out to the U.S. State Department probably to document what they did for the U.S., probably give their circumstances and ask if the United States can do anything to help them.

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Robby Starbuck Unpacks the Censorship Efforts of the Biden DHS

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Robby Starbuck Unpacks the Censorship Efforts of the Biden DHS

"Now is Robbie starbuck, great guy who should be in Congress and we'll see if we can get that done one day, but he has some really important commentary and information to share about the bombshell story, the media has ignored of the Department of Homeland Security leaks, Robbie joins us now. Robbie, welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me, Charlie. Good to see you. Robbie, for those in our audience that are not caught up to date to this story because there just got a lot of things going on. We've been so focused on the election, which is where we should be focused. Walk us through this story. Yeah, so I mean, it's pretty wild. This is honestly groundbreaking in many different ways in terms of the lines crossed by the U.S. government, but essentially Department of Homeland Security and State Department, both coordinated with a group called the EIP, which stands for the election integrity partnership. It's composed of four entities. Those four entities have been given over $12 million in grants by the Biden administration, including over 3 million specifically earmarked for going and fighting misinformation through the EIP and as a part of this whole project. The EIP created an enemy's list that includes you and me and about 20 other people on it. What's unique about this list is when they made this, I was an active candidate for federal office. So this would be the first time the U.S. government has essentially engaged in open censorship paying a group and outside group to go and get involved in a political race. I'm sure given all the abuses we've seen from the FBI and DoJ that this is stuff that may have been going on for a very long time without people knowing, but they did this in a very bold manner. And so we saw the story from the intercept this week that kind of furthered this showing the portals that DHS and other entities had access to and these portals would allow outsiders within the EIP and within governments to go and make specific requests to the social media companies.

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US Officials Met With Brittney Griner, White House Says

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

US Officials Met With Brittney Griner, White House Says

"U.S. embassy officials in Moscow have visited jail WNBA star Brittany griner just weeks after a Russian court rejected her appeal I'm Ben Thomas with an update on the case Brittany griner is serving a 9 year sentence She was convicted of drug possession after Russian police said they found vape canisters containing cannabis oil in her luggage at Moscow's airport White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre U.S. embassy officials in Moscow were able to visit Brittany griner today We are told she is doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances The State Department adds the official saw firsthand her to nasty and perseverance in the U.S. is pushing for her immediate release as well as that of Paul weyland He was sentenced in 2020 to 16 years in prison on espionage related charges he and his family say are bogus The White House says the U.S. has made a significant offer to resolve the cases

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Tom Cotton on the Afghanistan Collaps

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Tom Cotton on the Afghanistan Collaps

"Painful to talk about, but we have to talk about the collapse in Afghanistan a year ago because no one in the mainstream media is legacy media is abandoned the issue. We've condemned a country to darkness. We didn't have to do so. Mike Pompeo has told me you've confirmed we were planning to leave 2500 troops there. It didn't have to happen. With that incompetence, was that design? Was that Joe Biden just living off the fumes of the Obama presidency? Well, I think that the way Afghanistan collapsed last summer was the combination of Joe Biden's rank and competence and his deep insecurity. As I explained in only the strong drawing upon some memoirs at the time, by people like Secretary of Defense bob dates, Joe Biden, in 2009, subjected Barack Obama to what bob dates called Chinese water torture over Afghanistan. And he poisoned the well between Obama and our military leaders. Constantly accusing them of being misleading, of leaking to the press of undermining president Obama in a way that Joe bob dates had he never saw under George W. Bush. May have disagreed. I've seen disagreements between senior military leaders and president Bush. But no mistrust. That's pretty common for Democrats and the military though. But for 13 years, Joe Biden believed that he would write about Afghanistan and everyone, including Barack Obama was wrong. And he had to chip on his shoulder. And he wanted to show everyone in 2021 that he had been right all along. And that's why he disregarded the best military advice of our commander in Afghanistan, our commander in the Middle East, our chairman of the joint chiefs, his own Secretary of Defense, frankly, most of his own civilian advisers in The White House and the State Department. He wanted to show that he was right and had been all along, and he wouldn't listen to the obvious facts about what led to the collapse in Afghanistan. So precipitously, I mean, just 5 weeks before Kabul fail, he was saying there'd be no Saigon like collapse. And this is now as I explained really strong the Afghan effect is going to be as bad as the Vietnam effect was, or at least as long as Joe Biden is president. Let's

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"state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | Last month

"state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Handbags off the display, and they were worth $18,000. He tried to run out of the store, but then ran into the plate glass window, knocking himself out. Now while the 17 year old got himself caught, love you detectives say he was part of a retail theft crime ring with two high profile repeat offenders, and that's convicted murderer, Billy chambers, and career at the netra Turner, though the police say since their anti crime initiative started, they've had a 52% decrease in organized retail crime theft cases. The plan is to keep that initiative going until the end of the year and then reassess in the new year. It's all data driven. We'll use our accountability and our transparency dashboards, and we follow the crime wherever it goes. And we're going to continue it as long as we need to. This is what they signed up to do, and this is what they like to do. Come a four is Tammy mutassim reporting. A new study from the State Department of Commerce suggests technical assistance in businesses training may be the biggest obstacles for small businesses. It focuses on businesses with fewer than ten employees and revenues of less than $100,000. Director Lisa Brown. We weren't really aware of that number of 40 to 80 hours to really get over the hump to the place where their key questions have been answered or their key barriers have been addressed so that the business can move forward. Brown is building on what's called the small business resiliency network. She says people of color women in small businesses and remote areas struggle the most. One man is dead after he was hit by a mixing truck in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood, SPD says it happened at east marginal way in Alice avenue, south around 7 this morning. They tried to save the 61 year old man, but he died at the scene, police said the driver remained at the scene after the crash, and Washington state patrol is releasing more information about the fatal crash that jammed up this morning's commute for almost three hours, apparently a 32 year old man from Alaska tried to jump across a barrier between southbound and northbound highway 99 near the first avenue bridge in Seattle when he was hit. That crash happened just before 5 30 this morning, neither the driver nor passenger of the SUV were injured in the driver was not cited. A big honor for a couple of Mariners, Marina rockinger has more from the Beacon plumbing sports desk. Big hits for the Seattle Mariners catcher, Cal Raleigh, and outfielder Julio Rodriguez, mainly to an American League silver slugger award for each player.

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Rep. Andy Biggs: State Dept. Should Explain Their Woke Ideology

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:12 min | Last month

Rep. Andy Biggs: State Dept. Should Explain Their Woke Ideology

"Of the most concerning involves these drag theater performances that are being funded not just on American soil by our tax dollars, but also in Ecuador, The White House defending all of this, but you've written a letter demanding answers from the Secretary of State what do you want to hear from the Secretary of State? Well, I want what I really want to hear is I wanted to say I had no idea this is stopped and we will never do something so important again. That's what I want to hear, but in the meantime, since we probably won't hear that, I want to hear the who made the decision why they made the decision how much money they spent, how many other places around the world is this happening. And I wanted to get behind the whole woke ideology of the State Department and why they're focused on that instead of things like, I don't know, encouraging Ukraine and Russia to try to sit down at the table and start negotiating peace. How about that? Isn't that what the State Department would do is what they did always during the Middle East crises between the Arab Israeli wars, how about trying to do that? I mean,

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How Do You Not Have a Defense Budget Two Years In?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

How Do You Not Have a Defense Budget Two Years In?

"Reason we have the federal government, originally it was only meant to be for interstate commerce and defense and foreign affairs. How do you not have a defense budget two years in? Well, how do you spend literally trillions of dollars in unprogrammed spending? Inflation reduction act, infrastructure thing. COVID thing, right? You add all that up. That's several $1 trillion. Not a nickel in there is for defense. And then of course, the impact of inflation is that you're actually losing defense funding because the 10% inflation. Right. And this is while we're actively supporting operations. In Ukraine, China is building out its military every day. Iran is as dangerous as ever. Russia, okay, maybe it was a paper Tiger, but if Putin survives, it's going to be just like Germany's defeat after World War I. The first thing that Germany started to do is how can we rebuild and come back better next time? So Russia is dangerous. Iran's dangerous North Korea is probably tested nuclear weapon by Thanksgiving. China is getting more dangerous. And we are basically funding important things like drag queen shows on bases. Training in the gender pronoun training in the navy gym. Yeah, right. The important stuff. And not even just in the military, you know, the State Department, they just report $20,000. To fund drag queen shows in Ecuador. That'll go down. That's what your tax dollars are going for. Not buying uniforms and ammunition, not your children, volunteered for military service and going, and we will find money that if your daughter needs an abortion, will pay her travels. You go into abortion, but we can't give her body armor

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State Dept. Funding Drag Performances in Ecuador

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:36 min | Last month

State Dept. Funding Drag Performances in Ecuador

"Yesterday, Fox News got the scoop that the State Department is now funding, drag queens, south of the border. The report coming in, we're spending $20,000 of our tax money to fund a drag queen theater in Ecuador. So understand what's happening here at ladies and gentlemen. Understand what's going on. The Biden administration is sending your tax dollars and their placing your tax dollars into the thaws of Ecuadorian drag queens. Now, my question is, why are we doing this? We shouldn't be funding drag queens whether they're north of the border south of the border inside the border. If men want to put on pantyhose and grab a feather boa and shake their groove thing, then that's perfectly okay. It's America. You can do that, but don't use my tax money. Don't use my tax money. To promote this kind of debauchery. But it just seems to me and grace baker had, I don't know, I'm just thinking out loud. It just seems to me that of all the people that would be upset about the fact that we are using our money to fund Ecuadorian drag queens, it would be American drag queens. Now follow the logic here. Okay. I mean, they've been hit just as hard with inflation as the rest of us, right? And I got to tell you, it takes a lot of money to buy the gallons of makeup and glitter they need. Feather boas to get themselves gussied up. That's

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State Department Funding Drag Shows in Ecuador

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last month

State Department Funding Drag Shows in Ecuador

"State Department funding drag theater performances in Ecuador. To promote diversity and inclusion. State Department awards $20,000 $20,600, grant for cultural center in Ecuador. To host 12 drag theater performances. So every South American country is relatively conservative, traditional in its in its personal life in their personal life. Their socialist oriented in the government life. But they're not left wing oriented in their personal life. What do you think they think? The U.S. Department of State is awarded more than $20,000 for a cultural center in Ecuador to host drag theater performances in the name of diversity and inclusion. It was done on September 23rd through the centro equatorial, North America. Nor did they have any Kano. A nonprofit organization supported by the U.S. embassy, and consulate in Ecuador, to promote diversity and inclusion in the region.

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"state department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | Last month

"state department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Assembly vote. Michelle Kellerman and PR news the State Department. This is NPR news. This is doubly NYC, a magazine has declared a neighborhood in Queens to be the fourth coolest neighborhood in the world. Shea weaver is the editor of time outs in New York edition. Ridgewood has like the diversity and local vibes of queens, but also has a lot of hip offerings that you might find in bushwick. So it's kind of like a meshing of queens and Berlin in one. Weaver says her team made the ruling based partially in a global survey of tens of thousands of people and also based on things like dining options, culture and diversity. Ridgewood was the only U.S. neighborhood to make the lists top 5. WNYC is supported by neon, presenting triangle of sadness, the latest comedy from the director of the square, when a luxury cruise helmed by Woody Harrelson as an unhinged boat captain sinks, the Uber rich passengers realize their incompetence, now playing death of a salesman, Arthur Miller's classic play is just opened

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Gordon Chang and Sebastian 'Red Team' a Hypothetical Cold War II

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Gordon Chang and Sebastian 'Red Team' a Hypothetical Cold War II

"Red team. So that U.S. Army concept where you're trying to think like the enemy. When the war kicks off and some nations decide to robustly support the Ukraine, especially the British, the Baltic states and Poland, and Poland says we have Soviet era equipment. We have MiG 29s at the Ukrainians know how to fly. We are happy to quote donate them to Ukraine. If America backfills and replaces them with the F-16. First noise is out of the Department of Defense. Oh, absolutely will do that. And within four days, the Biden administration, the State Department with the arrogance of almost post colonial sense, say we don't think the Ukrainians need those. So we know better than the people who are actually fighting what they need and they renege on the deal with Poland. In terms of quote unquote, American leadership, how does Beijing look at that 72 hours? You know, and it was not only The Pentagon. It was, I remember blinken, the Secretary of State, actually said, yes, this is something we're going to do. I think they look at it at Biden and say, Biden was intimidated by the nuclear threats of Putin. And so therefore Beijing worked. It worked. So that's really been a bad deterrence message. When Biden took nukes off the table, then Putin said, of course I'm going to invade. And that has been the lesson for China. The other lesson that China got from this is that the sanctions, yes, they've hurt Russia, but they haven't stopped Russia. And China is thinking, western sanctions, even if they dare to impose it on great China, they're not going to stop me from doing whatever I want to do. So I think those are the lessons that China has taken away from the war. They're not the lessons that we want them to take away, but it's the lessons that, in fact, they have taken away. It's not what you want. It's the facts on the ground, and that's why we listen to Gordon.

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How Charlie Ended Up on the Government Enemy List

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | Last month

How Charlie Ended Up on the Government Enemy List

"The story from just the news dot com that we have been focusing on is just extraordinary. This organization that was in charge of this should be investigated by the new Congress. It's unbelievable if we're able to take back the house which I believe we will. Targeting voices and organizations that they don't like. Silencing and censoring them, it really makes you believe. It really makes you pegs the question. How many seats in the Senate? How many seats in the House of Representatives? How many governors mansions would we control if we had a fair fight? If we had a fair fight against the left, what would the country look like? Maybe this is one of the reasons why they have felt so confident going into these midterms. Maybe this is why they don't slow down and they're driving us off a cliff. Inflation open borders, how many other tricks do they have up their sleeve? From manipulating our elections to interfering directly into the discourse of the country. We saw it firsthand, we have the evidence we have the goods, I think our lawsuit would be very compelling. We have damages and we have direct off a cliff engagement on multiple social media sites and now we know why. The Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency and the State Department inexcusably targeted my own social media. Right here, I'm a threat to the regime allegedly, supposedly I'm such a threat to the federal government because I ask questions about an election because we call out the nonsense of what's happening in the federal government, there's a list of us together, as I've mentioned, James Woods, James O'Keefe, Rick grinnell, Breitbart News, Eric Trump, gateway pundit Donald Trump Jr., all of us together being suppressed and silence, millions of times.

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Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

"You guys at in the process of getting this implemented? Because I think we need this here in the Memphis area and I suspect a lot of other communities might want to look at something like this as well, but where are we here in Memphis? Currently we just had a public hearing with the state Department of Education. That was on the 22nd of last week. So now we have to wait until October the 18th for the final approval. But the funny thing happened. So, the city of millington approached us, certain ones in the city of militant approached us and said, hey, we would like to entertain a conversation about bringing your facility up here. So we're in talks with that. Unique thing about that is if we build from the ground up, like we've been discussing with millington, we can actually build a facility to service 1800 kids. Wow. Which means we will be the largest military charter academy and North America, and we need a school lady way since blue oval city is coming.

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The FBI Is Completely Out of Control

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 2 months ago

The FBI Is Completely Out of Control

"The FBI is completely out of control. We've talked about that at great length. And over the weekend, inexplicably with guns drawn, the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided a man in Pennsylvania. A Catholic pro life speaker who was previously accused of blocking an abortion clinic with those charges dropped, by the way. And so then the United States Department of Justice run by the kraven Merrick Garland sends in a S.W.A.T. team. That's right, a S.W.A.T. team. Mark, how could this man's name? Let's get a picture of him up on stage on screen. By the way, if you listen to conservative media and they are not at least focusing one or two segments on this story, send them a message. This is one of the most outrageous things I've seen in quite some time. Father of 7, Mark hawke, with 7 kids, had his entire home rated as if he's some sort of narco drug criminal as if he's some sort of cocaine paddler as if he's smuggling fentanyl into the country. Now, in a scenario where you believe he did something wrong, of which I see no evidence. He did anything wrong. Zero. The civil case was dropped against him. The local charges were dropped against him. Why don't they just show up via his attorney on Monday morning with one or two agents say here's a warrant for your arrest? Sir, will you please come? Now, instead, they go shocking awe into this guy's house. As if they're trying to take out Osama bin Laden.

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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

"Secretary of State Anthony blinken and his counterpart from Pakistan have discussed relations and recent devastating flooding I Norman hall Secretary of State Antony Blinken met at the State Department with his Pakistani counterpart billa wall Bhutto zadari besides 75 years of relations the two leaders also discussed cataclysmic flooding a third of Pakistan remains submerged from being inundated most of the summer We have experienced a climate catastrophe Of biblical apocalyptic proportions It rained and rained and rained and rained and rained from mid June Till the end of August secretary blinken says the U.S. immediate response so far tops $50 million and 17 plain loads of emergency supplies including food and tarps Norman hall Washington

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Democrat Joe Kennedy Always Detested Jews, Welcomed Hitler's Solution

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Democrat Joe Kennedy Always Detested Jews, Welcomed Hitler's Solution

"Joe Kennedy in turn had always detested Jews generally Though he claimed serverless Friends individually he Kennedy seems to have tolerated the occasional Jew in the same way Astra tolerated the occasional Catholic As fiercely anti communist as they were anti semitic Kennedy and Astor looked up looked upon 8 of Hitler as a welcome solution to both of these world problems Nancy's phrase No member of the so called Cleveland set the informal cabal of appeasers who met frequently at Nancy Astor's palatial home see much concern with the dilemma faced by the Jews under the Third Reich ASTRO Kennedy that Hitler would have to do more than just give a rough time to The Killers of Christ Before she'd be in favor of launching Armageddon to save them the wheel of history swings round as the lord would have it Who are we to stand in the way of the future she said Kennedy replied that he expected the Jew media in the United States to become a problem That Jewish pundits in New York and LA were already making noises contrived to set a match to the fuse of the world Maybe they were neo cons Nor in May of 1938 Kennedy engaged in extensive discussions with the new German ambassador to the court of Saint James Herbert von dirksen In the midst of these conversations how without approval from the U.S. State Department Kennedy advised von dirksen the president Roosevelt was the victim of Jewish influence It was poorly informed as to the philosophy ambitions and ideals if Hitler's regime

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US: Russia spent $300M to covertly influence world politics

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

US: Russia spent $300M to covertly influence world politics

"The State Department says Russia has spent $300 million to covertly influence world politics I Norman hall According to a newly released State Department cable Russia has covertly spent more than $300 million since 2014 to try to influence politicians and other officials in more than 2000 countries The cable signed by Secretary of State Antony Blinken cites a new intelligence assessment of Russia's global efforts to support policies and party sympathetic to Moscow The cable does not name specific Russian targets but says the U.S. is providing classified information to select individual countries It's the latest effort by the Biden administration to declassify intelligence about Moscow's military and political aims dating back to ultimately correct assessments that Russia would launch a new war against Ukraine Norman hall Washington

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"state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 8 months ago

"state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Too many and we're seeing record daily cases in Shanghai This is now China's biggest outbreak of the pandemic We're talking about more than 25 million people ordered to stay at their home as they undergo several rounds of testing In Shanghai eats pretty much a ghost town you are not allowed to leave your compound In some areas you're not allowed to leave your building You really don't know how long it's going to last There is a fence and you are liking a cage And that's it You're not allowed to go to a supermarket you can't go to the park You can't go to anywhere outside of your compound So you are very much restricted There are even problems getting food delivered to your home because of food shortages there So this is serious business in China the State Department has now warned Americans about arbitrary COVID measures and advised citizens not to travel there or especially to hotspots like Shanghai The U.S. is also allowing non emergency staff to leave and China has reacted to saying the U.S. is making groundless accusations And I think it's important to remember Brad that this is deeply political for Chinese president Xi Jinping who has attached himself to China's zero COVID policy So especially as he's expected to announce an unprecedented third term later this year it's important to remember the political dimensions at play China's strict no tolerance approach to the virus has become this kind of like an ideological counter to how the pandemic has been handled in the west So let's not forget those political dimensions at play as well It was interesting to me that the reason the State Department is telling Americans not to go is not because there's COVID everywhere it's because of the Chinese response to COVID that they're worried about So I'm trying to figure out what is so different about this lockdown compared to others in the world that are worrying foreign governments so much here They are starting to relax some policies or at least start to plan some policies to basically separate the city into high and low risk areas which would allow a little bit of movement but for most people they have to stay indoors and patience is wearing thin.

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"state department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"state department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Might make Putin mad He has invaded his neighbor and he's killing innocent people and everything makes him mad I mean he's said to sanctions are an act of war He gets mad over the javelins and the stingers Poland blindsided U.S. diplomats this week by suggesting that the U.S. could help it transfer those planes to Ukraine secretary blinken said there are logistical challenges and Pentagon officials warn there are dangers because the Russians now have air defenses that cover much of Ukraine Michelle Kellerman and PR news the State Department This is NPR news WNYC is supported by optimum business running a business never stops optimum business secure Internet comes with built in security and available at speeds up to one gig more at optimum dot com slash business or 866-580-1480 Good morning WNYC I'm James Menendez Today on NewsHour the foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine and their first face to face talks since Russia's invasion but there's little sign of progress Also the U.S. has warned Russia may use chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine We'll talk to America's ambassador to the United Nations That's BBC NewsHour at 9 on 93.9 FM WNYC You just heard an update on the war in Ukraine as that country calls for the west to implement a no fly zone That's the vital.

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"state department" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"state department" Discussed on WTOP

"Anyone over 12 will need to show some sort of proof of physical or digital card or a photo If you are vaccinated in D.C. you can get those records through apps like vaccine or clear And if you've got kids in Montgomery county listen up the school districts just changed their guidelines when it comes to isolation and quarantining because of COVID Children 5 and older should now isolate for 5 days from getting a positive test or being symptomatic for the coronavirus according to Montgomery county health officials The county's assistant chief administrative officer Earl stod says that puts the county mostly in line with recommendations from the State Department of Health The one area where we still deviate a bit is in the under 5 category Started says that age group should still isolate for ten days according to county guidelines Obviously they're neither vaccinated nor can they effectively wear face coverings We share these guidelines with Montgomery county public schools and obviously they'll have to decide how they're going to implement them Kate Ryan W TOP news Residents in Montgomery county can now self report the results of their rapid at home COVID test through an online portal County officials say reporting those positive test results help them target areas that need more help getting through the latest surge over 200,000 test kits have been distributed since Monday through the county's 19 library branches The county says they've bought almost 2 million kits They've already gotten 750,000 of them Coming up here on W TOP after traffic and weather Baltimore's state's attorney says she's innocent after being indicted It's 5 O 7 It's not easy being the one everyone.

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"state department" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"We we were not getting any traction with the state department and gr- granted they were very very busy So we i. I got permission but i. I went to the bathroom brownback. Trump's religious freedom and vasser said. Would you be willing to write this letter. And he said sure. And i used to and i said well you have to actually send it to the three taliban commanders and so here i was this as g mail dot com and all. He's got email addresses. That and boxer brownback to actually send this letter to get this plane off the ground. The catch was that he had to address them as your excellency. Okay and In the end of this they basically you know kind of said pound sand. You know they didn't. They didn't let that plane get all. We've been able to kind of figure out ways to get planes off the ground. It's been slow. It's been very slow The truth be told him. I'm not. I'm not speaking out of turn here. I'm not the only person to have observe this. And you that congressman buyer on your program but even even you know. He's a republican but seth moulton and massachusetts is democrat You know you've got senator blumenthal and others who have pushed back against this administration narrative and so at the bipartisan thing. Here this is not a this is not a partisan effort we we have to let the state department note that we owe it to these people that we laughed. We we need to stay in this fight alone. Takes the get people who are at risk that includes christians that includes czar. Let includes women who who have been putting women's rights we have we have a member of pollen afghan female member of parliament on our list. Who needs to get out. She's a great risk and so we have got the this center. Well so okay. I've heard some of the the very weird stories about dealing with the state department for example encouraging.

"state department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In just to set Again. If you've noticed the mainstream media that doing everything they can possibly do. To get off the subject that Americans are have been abandoned. By this administration, this president behind enemy lines now day 25 that they've been hostage to the whims of the Taliban. 67 days we learn. Oh, planes aren't allowed to take off because the Taliban won't let them And the State Department. Also, we learned this to me was the most shocking part of all of this. And just when you think you can't get shocked anymore, you know, we discover that Our own state department is involved in this. And that they obstruct obstructed the Private rescue flights from Afghanistan revealed in a leaked email. September one email State Department official underscores the extent of which private evacuation efforts have run into bureaucratic American roadblocks. Quote no independent charters are allowed to land. At one of our air Force bases. The military airbase you mentioned in your communication with Samantha power. In fact, no charters are allowed to land at any D O D Department of Defense base. And most have not all countries in the Middle Eastern region, with the exception of perhaps Saudi Arabia will allow charters to land you need to find another destination country. Oh, and it can't be the United States either. The official noted that some third countries may require official approval from the state Department before accepting private charter flights. The department will not provide that approval. I just cannot believe this is our country. But don't worry. Joe just wants to change the subject. Talk about his $3.5 trillion new Green deal boondoggle on top of its now a $5 trillion deal. As we told you he would do And this is what he talks about yesterday. Climate change climate change. We got Americans held hostage climate change..

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"state department" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on 5 Things

"In the country only fans the popular subscription service is backing off its change banning sexually explicit content. The main work that put the company on the map in the first place money tech editor brett. Molina broke it down on the talking. Tech podcast okay. Let's talk only fans. Some of you may have heard of it for those who don't know what only fans is. It's a content subscription platform where people can subscribe to users or give money in other forms like tips and in return. They received special content. One of the big reasons only fans has jumped in popularity. Recently is because it offers some sexually explicit content. That users can choose to subscribe to earlier this week. Only fans announced plans to bar that sexually explicit content from its platform. As of october first sighting requests from banking partners and companies that handle financial transactions. The company has been seeking additional funding from outside investors at evaluation of a billion dollars. A lot of money going on here. Of course this raised eyebrows because only fans was basically kind of trying to kill off the primary avenue of interest in revenue that it's platform is pulling from And we saw a lot of backlash and feedback on that One organization that spoke out sex workers outreach project. Usa a national social justice network said it was quote very concerned and quote by only fans initial decision to ban sexually explicit content saying it would push sex workers further underground and result in more harm on wednesday. Only fans backtracked in a statement. They posted to twitter. They said quote we have secured assurances necessary to support a great verse creator community and have suspended the planned october one policy change in an interview before this with the financial times. Only fans founder and ceo timothy stokely basically blamed banks who cited reputational risk as a reason..

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"state department" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on 5 Things

"Minister naftali bennett will visit the white house on thursday for his first meeting with president joe biden and a new era of relations between israel and the united states. Bennett visited the pentagon wednesday. Where secretary of defense void austin reiterated. The americans commitment to the middle eastern country remains committed to israel's security. Self defense is on it is steadfast and it is our must be held accountable for acts of terrorism aggression where there in the middle east or an international worse like the july thirtieth attack on the mercer street commercial vessel. We've also been closely watching as israel has been a global leader in the battle against kobe. Nineteen over decades of corporation. The united states and israel build a strong and enduring partnership and partnership is rooted trust shared democratic values and mutual security interests moving forward. We're going to build on that prime minister and we're gonna seek lasting security for israelis and palestinians alike austin's mention of iran. Comes after bennett. Told the new york times that he would emphasize his opposition to us efforts to reinstate a nuclear agreement with iran. There are also tensions on palestine. Then it said he will continue to expand west bank settlements. That biden opposes bennett has ruled out the possibility of reaching a peace agreement with palestinians under his watch. His trip comes as hundreds of palestinians demonstrated on wednesday in gaza near the israeli border. They called for an ease to a crippling blockade in the territory. Israel has again launched airstrikes on gaza this week and palestinians launched a new wave of fire balloons over the border. The israeli military also killed a fifteen year old palestinian boy in clashes this week. Shooting him in the head. Israel and hamas militants operating out of gaza have fought four wars since two thousand seven. They most recently fought in an eleven day battle in. May that killed two hundred sixty palestinians and thirteen people.

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"state department" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"It's it the lines that are happening at the gates right now. I don't understand what's have i. It's hard to establish order from what i've seen but a lot of them are just young males or without families up there who don't even have a status that come to the united states but there's children being crushed on your wines. I mean it's it's it's crazy. And you know i voted for biden. I campaigned eighty hours for by I believe in him. But i think that this was just a nightmare and in opinion the only way it could be redeemed is this or some redemption is if he manages to stay long enough to get these people out and i also want to give a shoutout to iraq Attorneys who are working so hard and they're like on the ground day-night these people. I mean they are. I did want. I helped out one thing and i was just a part of a team doing this. These people are emotionally invested pulling people out It is just. It is crazy in in all this craziness. I saw in the sadness. You know I some of that humanity of decide decide decided like people working hard nine asking questions to say. Okay where's your guy and that was tremendous but overall it's just it's hard to celebrate our guy getting out with his family in with everything else happening over there because you know he's just one you know and it's just the only way i could see it as being a redemption for the administration and i hope it is is. They put a solid effort to sing those line out. See now those lines get some quarter over there and get people out because the in my opinion is situation afghanistan. it's like the taliban is just a domestic violent. Father was hanging out with the family. Until the i guess leave at once it was gonna her out the door. It's going to be gave on so mike. Thank you for your call. Thank you for your heart. Thank you for putting such a human face on part of this story. Please call us again. And he force heimer. I heard you're trying to get in there. What are you thinking i. I wasn't trying to get in. I was just agreeing. I what What amazingly You know apt way of putting all of it. I i know some of the people who are working who haven't slept in you know ten days Who are with those organizations. I sit on call. Sometimes with people who have. They're talking about their lists the endless types of forms. Because there's not just one way of doing this They are scared. They're getting calls. Of course i am also getting you know. Facebook personal messages from people who are terrified And there it is a human You know at the human level You know i can think of close friends..

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"state department" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"So how much can you say. This cable is evidence that the by the administration failed to act on intelligence that it had to make this evacuation reach more people. Well i think. I can't comment on the timing of prediction Because what was it. Play was the morale and the The readiness of the afghan army to defend kabul and defend the other parts of the country. And that definitely collapsed faster than i think. Almost anyone could have predicted what i do. Know as diplomatic observer is that there were parts of the us withdrawal decision and our messaging. That made it very likely that that collapsed would happen and that it would happen relatively quickly. We'll let me play a clip of joint chiefs of staff chairman. Mark milley on wednesday reacting to other published reports. That intelligence had warned them of what's happening now. Let me make one comment on the intelligence. Because i'm seeing all over the news. There were warnings of a rapid collapse. I have previously said from this podium in sworn testimony before congress that the intelligence clearly indicated multiple scenarios were possible one of those was an outright taliban takeover following a rapid collapse of the afghan security forces and the government. Another was a civil war and a third was a negotiated settlement however the timeframe or rapid collapse. That was widely estimated in ranged from weeks to months and even years following our departure. There was nothing that i or anyone else saw that indicated a collapse of this army and this government in eleven days does millage description sound either credible or adequate to you. I think. I don't want to describe what is credible right. Because i spent a career working with intelligence estimates and what they have to be is one element among many for policymaker to make a decision An intelligence estimate is not something that you could. Actually you know you cannot claim that it has to be right In one hundred percent what has to do is indicate that the policy. Where are the problems where the weaknesses. And where i think. The embassy cable weighed in it said our intelligence estimates are pointing in a certain direction. Which means that contingency planning for those weaknesses should be our highest priority. The new york times is reporting this morning that the united states has rushed troops and diplomatic reinforcements to the kabul airport to speed up visa processing for afghans and that american commanders are negotiating daily uses that term negotiating daily with their taliban counterparts. The former insurgents they battled for nearly two decades to ensure that evacuees can reach the airport unquote from the new york times so as a former. Us diplomat in kabul. Can you give us insight into what negotiations with. The taliban might be like right now over. What specific asks and with what leverage on the us side. Some of this. I will say is So astonishing to me When i served there of course this was This was a city that. Us forces and us diplomats could go into all parts of it was never fully safe but we did not have to negotiate with the taliban to go to the airport on a road that is actually quite short. The airport is pretty much inside the city. I'm sure the negotiations will center on american citizens first and foremost That's our responsibility. But also on those who are carrying a papers that show that they have refuge with u s and nato allies Those and of course..

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"state department" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Life and death drama unfolding in afghanistan as the us failure to anticipate the taliban's rapid takeover threatens the evacuations of americans and especially afghans. Who have helped. The us led war effort as taliban checkpoints continued to control. Who is and who isn't allowed to get to the kabul airport. At least several new developments are worth mentioning protests against the taliban or spreading at least one violent. Crackdown on the protesters is being reported. Important in its own right but also how will that affect taliban decisions about how free movement movement to the airport will be and the wall street journal is reporting on a state department cable sent last month from about two dozen people working at the. Us embassy in kabul warning of potential collapse of the city. Soon after president biden's august thirty first troop withdrawal deadline. The journal says the cable offered ways to speed up the evacuation and was sent through the state department's confidential descent channel with us. Now is someone who recently served at a high level in the us embassy in kabul any force heimer was deputy chief of mission there in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen and then became the acting. Deputy assistant secretary of state for afghanistan until march of twenty nineteen. She is now an associate with the center for strategic and international studies think-tank and force. Heimer joins us now. Thank you so much for your time at this very crucial time. Welcome to wnyc. Thank you very much for having canal. Ask you first to give our listeners. From some context for that july cable from the embassy staff reported on by the wall street journal. What is the descent channel that the article says the cable was sent through sure. Descent channel is a proud Element of state department culture Since really the vietnam war era There has been this ability for ordinary officers To send a message directly to the secretary of state and it goes to that person and the head of the policy planning office. Those two senior officials are going to hear an unfiltered criticism of policy matter and the journal describes the cable as the clearest evidence yet that the administration had been warned by its own officials on the ground that the taliban advance was imminent and the afghan army may be unable to stop it but reportedly the warning was for after august thirty first..

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"state department" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Said as a matter of fact i did and she said that's why would a pray for you so it. It was just an amazing time and Andrew has gone on like his written. The book called god's hostage he will be joining us at the religious freedom summit july thirteen. Yeah tell us about this summit pam because here's one way that people can learn more about this and maybe even do something about it. You've pulled together people from all over the world from all different faiths to come to washington. Dc here in july. Tell us a little bit about that. And who's speaking and and what we're going to get. We're even going to have a video that sent to us by the dalai lama. Not really this is not. Art is involved yeah. He didn't even speak that much right. So cardinal dolan out of new york. It's it's a who's who and here's how people can find out about it frank if you go to. Www dot earth summit i r. f. as in frank couric i r f summit dot com dot com. It's not an org or dot gov because it's being done on the outside by civil society july thirteen to fifteen in person at the omni shoreham here in washington. Dc for still time to sign up. You can still come. I'm even I i know this is going to be airing a little bit closer to the time. And it doesn't matter you can still come. And they're it's starts on the thirteenth and it is multi faith and it's really a who's who of all kinds of faith people that are going to be there not nudist. You even have an imam who obviously is a moderate well. In fact as we mentioned at the top of the program that the boko haram people are out there in. Nigeria are not just killing christians. They're killing muslims. Don't agree with them. Yeah i guess they will be at the religious freedom summit. I don't think there are some muslims who will be who are more moderate in their viewpoint. Obviously lance so you're bringing everybody together that you can get to talk about these issues and on that website you'll see all these speakers master andrew brunson's one of them never say well. I is out of the Philippines malaysia really the largest population of muslims. And he has to be a real A real voice of reason in there. And you know you're kinda surprised. He's able to continue his life because there are so many people that want to take simon so slides but one of the good things about this. Frank is it just allows us to focus and there are great civil society organizations around the religious freedom institute twenty first century wilberforce christians for middle east peace. There are I could go on and on with lists and lists of the aid to the christian church Many many civil society organizations and one of the things that we spawn while we were there. There's always been a religious freedom secretary and if you will a roundtable but sam brownback made sure that that mitt every single tuesday that he was in town and now there are religious freedom roundtables around the world. And that's one of the things we're going to be challenging people. This time is to start more. Religious freedom roundtables in countries bunch. Like we have an frank to start them domestically too so that people can go back in their states or counties or communities bring together not not like we used to in You know the all faith mostly led by main mainline protestant organizations and they would meet not do much but really what can we do to really encourage religious freedom around the world will check it out. Ladies and gentlemen i r f summit dot com that stanford international religious freedom summit dot com july thirteenth of the fifteen in our nation's capital sam. I'm pam pryor has really organized this long sam and others. This is the place to go talk and learn more about religious freedom. We got more with pam prior right after the break. You're listening to. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist with frank kirk back into welcome back to. I don't have faith. Atheists pam pryor is with me today she served in the state department way up the food chain doing good things for religious freedom around the world and pam. We haven't really got to this yet. We're almost done with the program. And i haven't really asked you. What are some of the successes and challenges. You had while you were at the state before you are nine. Got you mentioned bronx. And that was a big success huge. It was huge We owe frank wanting thing in. This isn't just religious freedom. But remember what i said out of religious freedom flows so many other rights which is why by the way our framers the framers of the constitution put it in the first amendment. It's not just an afterthought it is right up there as important we have something called the geneva consensus declaration thirty four thirty six countries that came together and said we are pro-life we are unequivocally pro-life and that happened on our watch and i had to go out and get some countries it was here. They sent me to get the easy countries like saudi arabia. And so if i was talking to them and talking to the princess who is the ambassador to the us but they signed the document saying that they were pro-life because we knew look trends. It's like you said frank Dare win when republicans come in. It's just different than democrats. We are pro-life day one. We institute mexico city language. We really promote religious freedom. There are things we just do different. That's why there's two parties and so of course when they came here. Nate tore down the geneva consensus but we did have some great successes. So remember i was. In charge of international organizations we had the Presidency of the security council which rotates the security council was under me and through the un and president trump and secretary general gutierrez sh and mike pompeo and mike pence all did a panel on religious freedom. The first time ever at the united nations first time ever since so many i first time ever that a sitting president welcome survivors of religious freedom into the oval office. And oh frank what a time that was. We had over forty different survivors off face of of religious persecution that met with trump Pastor paula white and embassador brownback were there. It was supposed to be ten minute grip and grin get picture. Everybody leave but you. And i both know donald trump. That wasn't going to happen. He wanted to hear. Every story is a christian lady and a believe an era tria. Who's actually held in a container box like a Like something put on the back of the semi held in a container for thirteen months. Never got out of that box and he was like what kind of animals are these he on. Frank asked.

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"state department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Her answer a look back over the weekend and over the last year his passing more than a dozen mass shootings across this country. Four thousand more people shot and killed by guns twenty twenty compared to the year before is their crime problem in this country i would say certainly there is a gun problem. And that's something the president would say and their communities where local violence and community violence is an issue. And that's one of the reasons that we have proposed and have now are implementing funding for community violence prevention programs across the country. I will say that we don't often highlight and you just gave me the opportunity to the fact that between mass shootings mass shootings that get a lot of attention that we lower the flags. There are hundreds thousands of people who lose their lives. And that's one of the reasons. The president will continue to advocate for the senate passing Bap universal background checks but also advocate for actions in states where we have seen The greatest level of activism over the past several years so. Let me translate what. I heard what i heard is mass shootings to come after your grounds. We just need crime to come after your guns. Let's fund the police. Then why have more crime. Then we could come after your guns. See how it works. All make sense right. They don't need mass shootings. All they need is shootings gun violence. Well if you take the police away you'll have gun violence. The problem is in guns and everybody knows this and you know this is old news. But why do we have all this epidemic of violence because we had it. Being encouraged encouraged by democratic politicians. Were telling people to go out into the streets that you need to get up in their face right. maxine waters that we need to have more protests. You know more more more and so where does all this come from. It comes from them encouraging it and defend the police gone demonstrate in the street defend. The police are the two messages right well. What does that result in violent clashes in the street. So then they're gonna use that as a reason now to limit guns because we have crime every day we violence every day and it has nothing to do with with the change in the police has. Let me ask you a question. Are there more guns. If we have an uptick in violence by twenty percent for sake of discussion did we have twenty percent. More gun ownership. Is that y. I don't think so. I don't think we have more gun ownership but the reality is the people going in acquiring firearms legally. Those aren't the people creating this chaos. This is this is created by you. Know the defunding. The police movement and all of this Encouragement of rebellion to authority is where this is coming from. And so you know the the claim there. We have too many guns. It's the same old saw but you can really start seeing the connecting of the dots. Here people say why would they be interested in defunding police. Well if defunding police is the key to disarming you which we know they want to do they want you disarm. They want you defenseless. And so if they can. If the key to defend disarming you is to get the crime rate to spike and of course people are buying guns in response right. So they'll say look more gun ownership more crime and they'll try and tie them together in a way that isn't.

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"state department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"My life. I wanted to to doing work and from there round that focused on high school. Cain the yeah ran. Campaigns tried to get the cops out of high schools. Let's let's make sure that. Are you there vulnerable now. Of course she sees the cops as as the people who victimize people right and she's just wrong and you're allowed to be wrong in america. What's what the problem here is. Isn't that she's wrong. The problem is that people treat her as credible and put her out. There is somebody that we should listen to and she's not someone anyone should listen to really on any topic here. She is again talking about and remember. This is the state department endorses the organization. Here she is saying how we should burn. American flags burning is constitutionally protected form of speech. What do you make a confederate flag burning. I think that's powerful. I also think it's important that we talk about the american flag which is a symbol of lots of hate as well and i've really been appreciative of of black lives matter members who said Yes the confederate flag is a terrible symbol of historical moment but the american flag is also a terrible symbol of our particular moment. I mean this. American flag is being waived while black. People are dying twenty hours by the by vigilante security. Guard police officer. So i think i appreciate the confederate flag burning. I think it's a powerful symbol and it's really amazing to be alive watching people burn it down and i wanna question to like are we saying then that the american flag is a symbol that we are standing by a symbol. I stand by as we head toward the fourth of. Its not a symbol. She stands by. Well it's a good thing. The united states state department is promoting. It it's disgusting. it's disgusting. Burgess owens has a much better perspective on race than the black lives matter movement here is..

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"state department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"state department" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"From the State Department. I'm Joe Cheer a Fox News. Theo s State Department says it strongly condemning what it calls harsh tactics of Russian authorities after thousands of protesters were arrested. They were taking part in nationwide rallies calling for the release of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny Valley is very strong critic off Vladimir Putin has been recovering in Berlin for the past five months after a suspected poisoning with the Na'vi chop nerve agent. Barely survived that attack and claims the Russian state with behind it. Moscow denies any involvement now in a Valley supporters say they will be planning more protests for next weekend, and it seems by detaining the opposition leader. It is simply generated more fuel more motivation to his supporters, killing Logan Vanni was arrested last weekend after returning from Germany. Russia says the protesters were arrested. For defying a ban on protest during the pandemic, the CDC says. As of today, more than 41 million doses of covert 19 vaccine have been distributed in the U. S. New York governor Andrew Cuomo visited a vaccination site in New York City today. Where gave a pep talk to those growing weary of the virus. When you tire before the enemy tires, you know what happens, the enemy wins. We don't have the luxury of fatigue. We let our guard down. That beast will rise up and with the fetus come, also reassured people. The vaccine is safe and said he will take it. The person who had a winning ticket for a billion dollar mega Millions. Jackpot still hasn't come forward after last night's drawing the person bonded ticket at a Kroger store in a Detroit suburb winner who chooses a lump sum option would get $557 million after taxes. America is listing of Fox neighbors. Next on house of Broken Dreams. You'll meet a woman who says she was harassed by a sexual predator while living at Mosaic when I opened the door, thank you know, pest or even maybe a deer. Something was on the recruit. Raccoon is really what I expected to see. In the corner of my patio to the left. Maybe 6 ft. For me, is a man available now on apple podcasts. From the Fox News Podcasts Network. It's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives, you won't hear anywhere else. A daily morning broadcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting.

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