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Guest Host Rich Zeoli on the COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai
"To Dubai. It's like the entire thing. We'll host you. We'll we'll take all the money. We'll go on about how we'll get we'll serve paper straws like I'm sure they're gonna have paper straws. probably And they won't know bags or anything like that. They'll show all their fleets of green vehicles, battery powered vehicles, which don't tell anybody will have to be charged and the electric grid there's will be run by oil but don't tell them just zip it and they'll do all those things will have recycled cocktail napkins for all the fancy drinks from all the fancy people who fly to the climate climate conference tomorrow on private jets and yachts and get chauffeured around in private cars like a lot of cars a lot of big SUVs you got to look like a baller you these things don't want to show up and really get out of a Prius you want to look like a baller so there's going to be a lot of emissions spewed during the climate change conference obviously and look you could make an argument could we not just do this over zoom i mean do all these people have travel to to dubai to talk about how to save the world from climate change couldn't they just i don't know log on their computer but that's beside the point these are superheroes you see these are people going to the to dubai to tell us how to live and i'm so excited for their recommendations aren't you i can't wait to tell us the latest bug recipes they come up with maybe we can do when i was a kid i loved the chocolate grasshoppers they were cookies but maybe it'll be real grasshoppers with chocolate on them i think that might be a recommendation from the climate change summit also they can come up with more things like how to make mosquitoes engineered to bite us so that we become tolerant to meat as they tell us to stop eating meat oh it's going to be a lot of fun the biggest hypocrites on the planet gathering in an oil -rich nation with eyes on more petroleum to tell us how to live our lives in the name of destroying under capitalism this phony climate change propaganda nonsense it's been an honor to fill in for the great mark one within follow me on twitter at rich zeoli and i will be back very very soon with i hope you good night greg kelly here get a 200 discount on your new york state concealed carry course when you
Fresh update on "states" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Serving under president richard dixon then president gerald ford back in the 1970s his logical approach to politics shape helped foreign affairs he helped the u .s remove itself from the vietnam war and thought relations with his uncommon influence on global affairs earned him both vilification and a nobel peace prize this morning politico's senior editor david cohen joins our dimitri sodas to tell us more about his complicated legacy almost certainly felt like the man was going to live forever he was he had not let up he was just in china a few months ago at age 100 where they celebrated him for being the person who connected the united states and china we need to talk about vietnam a tumultuous time in our country's history for sure but where did the vilification come from where criticism did the come from i think the criticism of kissinger was based on the fact that nixon and the world is a big chessboard to be played i mean i know that's an oversimplification but they saw superpower politics they tried to as kissinger said get get rid of all sentimentality from international relations and if you think about it that's just a world where say human suffering doesn't matter so much as long as come you out on the right side at the end i think that was a big factor in the criticism of him and so there's the negative side and we can return to that i don't wanna gloss over it but what about his triumphs even and even winning the nobel peace prize which some of his detractors still perhaps can't fully believe he certainly helped to reorder the world nixon and kissinger together they broke a log jam the the cold war had been very stagnant for more than twenty years twenty five years and they kind of reordered so things that u s had relations with china the u s had better relations with the soviet union and there was definitely an impact in terms of making things change some for the better some for the worse but they changed the way in a word that made a lot of progress possible let's uh talk about how he had an impact even today you just talked about a recent trip to china at the age of a hundred we know that former presidents obama and trump sat down with him it's impossible to believe that joe biden had not encountered to henry kissinger many times along the way why would uh... u s presidents either about to take office or in office seek his advice well there was a notion that he he was the older statesmen of international politics that he was the person who for understood lack of a better term the game was played and that that if you wanted insight that perhaps no one else could provide you know seasoned with his great experience he was the person to ask he was the person to go to that that is political senior editor david cohen in a conversation with our demetri the top stories were following for you at four of you tlp breaking this morning israel and hamas agreeing to extend the temporary truce an
Guest Host Rich Zeoli Talks COVID and China
"Strong covid likelihood -19 was in fact a bioweapon created by the chinese government and do i think that maybe they had a motivation in unleashing it before the 2020 presidential election damn right i do so think about it trump was going after china and actually holding china accountable he was imposing tariffs on china he was pushing china to stop their currency manipulation stop the intellectual property theft and cut crap the when it came to their encroachment on the south china sea and joe biden worked for them who'd you rather have in the white house huh a guy who's busting your chops or a guy who works for you easy answer in my opinion i mean on the one hand you got a guy who's actually holding you accountable and cracking down and not letting you take over the entire world on the other hand you have a guy who's on your payroll literally joe biden is on china's payroll who are you gonna pick hmm i know tough choice right there right so now the virus is unleashed in the fall of 2019 the world military games china doesn't care if they lose a couple million people they have a population issue like communist all regimes they can't feed their people because communism doesn't work so if they lose a couple people here and there millions it it doesn't matter but they unleash this virus in the world or maybe it was an accident it just walked out of the lab on its own either way do i think there's a motivation behind trying to use this as a way to bring the united states down to its
Fresh update on "states" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"% those are the markets. Okay let's back get to the Middle East and what is an unfolding still between Israel and Hamas the truce between the sides two in place since Friday has been extended for at least another day it comes as US the Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Israel today on his latest visit to the region since the October 7th attack let's speak then cross over to Galat Outstein in Tel Aviv Galat extension the of the truce coming at the last minute how did it come about yes so we are seeing an extension of the truce quite a short one this time it will be in effect until 7 a .m. tomorrow morning Israel time so that means less than 24 hours it has been quite a night in that sense Hamas and Israel did quite a bit of back and forward on the list of hostages Israeli hostages that will be released today and they finally reached an agreement just before 7 a .m. Israel time today just on 20 minutes before the ceasefire was supposed to actually stop in Israel said it would resume fighting if the loose thumb is not acceptable okay are there hopes and for any further extension so I have to say that at this stage hopes are getting slimmer just to get a little bit into the numbers so we can understand why I'm saying that so on paper there are 25 Israeli hostages that could be released as part of the category of Israeli women and children that was agreed upon so that gives us a potential of two maybe three more days of truce including today under the mechanism that says every 10 Israeli hostages being released to one were they of truce so these are crucial hours we don't know how many of these are still alive and how many Hamas would be willing to release so it remains to be seen and this is a time that we are seeing developments happen by the hour and we do not know yet where this is going in this context it is worthwhile mentioning that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is in Israel today for a third visit since October 7 attacks and he is addressing this truce saying it is producing results in term of both on the return of hostages and the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza and he says that the US hopes that it can continue but like I said at this point it seems like no more than maybe one or two more days at the most after today so maybe just a further one or two days is analysis your your take at this point you mentioned Anthony Blinken in the region what would it be part of his goal as you say is to extend this truce how receptive is the Israeli government to overtures from the US at this point the signals from President Biden and others within is clearly they would like to see this extended beyond those once two days right so it is quite quite complex but to try and put things in order I will make a few points first of all Israel and all Israel officials including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have made clear that once this truce that is now in effect is finished Israel will resume fighting now there are talks about a bigger deal that would involve an extended truce and the release of more hostages Israeli hostages from more categories like men and soldiers that have not been released so far Israel is now addressing these reports as rumors as something that will not even be negotiated until all women and children are home so and also I have to say that it is hard to believe that Israel's government and especially Prime Minister Netanyahu will have the public or political support to back down from the goal he has set to destroy Hamas so when you put all of these things together it looks like Israel is looking to resume fighting and it also looks like the US is not telling don't go back to fighting it is telling Israel maybe you should keep concentrating on the north north of Gaza because the south is very crowded with population now and if you do go to the south you have to be very careful and very accurate with what you do in order to avoid civilian casualties like we've seen until now. Just lastly Galit there is as you say Anthony Panikina is visiting he'll also be visiting the west bank. We mentioned this at the start of the a of lot concern about whether you know about the tensions that are building in the West Bank what can you tell us about yes so we have seen an attack on this morning shooting attack by two Palestinians on a bus station in their entrance to Jerusalem so three Israelis were killed in this attack and six more were wounded and this as you say underlines the tensions that you know while everyone is focused on Gaza and on Israel's northern border which has also been quiet over the last time several days because of the ceasefire so while everyone is focused on that there are tensions building in the West Bank in East Jerusalem that we that saw we the consequences of this morning so all around you know tensions can exist and can erupt at any given moment and and everyone is also on focusing on that at this time. Okay, Gallet Outstein on the latest from Tel Aviv. Thank you very much indeed. Now let's move on this morning and to talk about the former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger who has died His at home his in Connecticut. He was a hundred in his long career a provincial figure. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager has been looking back on his life. Henry Albert Kissinger was born in 1923 in the German state of Bavaria the oldest son of a Jewish teacher. Kissinger was known as Heinz until he moved with his family to the United States in 1938 to escape Nazi persecution. At the age of 19 while excelling at City College of New York, was Kissinger drafted in the army. He served as an interpreter in the country of his birth during World War II and after the war he helped to round up Gestapo officers as a member of the 970th Counterintelligence Corps. an In interview with Bloomberg's editor -in -chief John Micklethwaite, Kissinger said he saw the first -hand impact of authoritarianism and totalitarianism in his youth. It was an experience which is so elemental that it becomes part of you. Kissinger brought that experience back with him to the United States. He resumed his studies at Harvard University. His doctoral dissertation there focused on balances of power in 19th century Europe. As a tenured professor at Harvard, Kissinger honed the conservative realpolitik worldview that would dominate his thinking on foreign policy for more than a half century. Kissinger also cultivated relationships with policymakers in Washington. That led him to the White House in 1969 as national security adviser to President Richard Nixon. Kissinger's secret trips to China in 1971 paved the way for arguably the greatest foreign policy achievement of the Nixon presidency, his own visit the following year. Knowing of President Nixon's expressed desire to visit the People's Republic of China, Premier Zhou Enlai, on behalf of the government of the People's Republic of China, has extended an invitation to President Nixon to visit China. The opening of China and an anti ballistic missile treaty hammered out with the Soviet Union achieved what would become known as Kissinger's triangular diplomacy, but his penchant for secrecy would lead to controversy. Kissinger was the first person to serve as both National Security Advisor and Secretary of State at the same time. That allowed Nixon to run foreign policy more or less directly from the White House. The president summed up attitude in a taped conversation with Kissinger about the Christmas Day bombing in Vietnam in 1972. The press is the enemy. The press is the enemy. Kissinger fed into that paranoia about enemies in the press by ordering wiretaps of reporters and White House aides looking for leaks. That expanded use of surveillance led to Nixon's resignation under the weight of Watergate. But the weight of one foreign major policy decision would cloud Kissinger's legacy for the rest of his long life. The secret war in Cambodia. Kissinger orchestrated the operation that dropped more than 100 ,000 tons of bombs on North Vietnamese positions in the country. It helped lead to the rise of a genocidal Khmer Rouge regime after the war. But Kissinger would never stop defending his conduct in Vietnam, even against critics who labeled him a war criminal.
Unpacking Ireland's Immigration Crisis
"And all all all right back to the show so this exploitation narrative that's taken hold around the world that's resulted in open borders that's exactly what it's about look the United States you exploited everyone you stole their land you should let everybody in that's how you make up for your sins this is around the world Jim if you would queue up for me cut three folks what's going on in Ireland right now is absolutely insane this narrative is taken over there to an Ireland Ireland's got severe crisis of illegal immigration and just like the Netherlands and other places although they they haven't had the political revolution although I think it's coming Ireland soon they have had a problem with people people not assimilating and some members of the immigrant community legal or illegal have engaged in a lot criminality one of them resulted in a stabbing this this is obviously upsetting to people who have been in Ireland are taxpayers in Ireland no matter where they're from but are legal citizens of Ireland you have every right to expect in your club or your country or your treehouse whatever it is that you have an other set of rules and people are going to follow them and I'm sorry but people have been paying taxes there and families were established there for generations if you're new to the country it's your job to assimilate to the country not the country's job to assimilate to you I mean how long else why would you have a country what's the point of a country that you have a landmass the idea of a country and pledging allegiance to a flag is you believe in a set of values you're not pledging allegiance to the abrick it's 75 polyester or not who cares you're pledging allegiance to an idea what idea the idea that people have god -given rights to assemble petition that's what you're pledging allegiance to if you don't believe in that then this place isn't for you you but the globalists around the world they don't believe in national about any of this stuff they're obsessed with this idea that rich countries like Ireland Ireland by the public way is enemy number one to the Liberals you know why because they've got a good tax code for businesses so businesses tend to relocate to Ireland most of you probably know that if you're not into this stuff you may not but the world the civilized world absolutely hates the Irish tax code because it's
Fresh update on "states" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"I'm Dick Ioliano. Wall Street into mix with the Dow up 13. Asian stocks higher across the board. Good morning, 4 welcome o 'clock on WTLP. This is CBS News on the hour presented by indeed dot com. I'm Christopher Cruise. The truce in the Israel -Hamas war has been extended to a seventh day. The BBC's Hugo Bachega reports an attack took place just after the announcement was made. Two attackers opened fire. People waiting in a bus stop and they were then shot dead by the security forces. Here in Jerusalem and now the authorities saying that two people have been killed. A 24 year old woman and a man aged 70 and that at least seven people are now injured. They have been taken to hospital after this attack. Former Secretary of State Henry He Kissinger personally has died. met with various leaders in the Middle East and helped negotiate an end to the Yom Kippur In no area of the world is it more difficult to promote a trusted lasting peace. But the most pressing US foreign policy issue was Vietnam. In 1970 Kissinger began secret negotiations with the North Vietnamese hoping to end US involvement in the war. Skyler Henry CBS News Washington. Kissinger was a hundred years hold. There's been a ransomware attack on a healthcare chain that operates 30 hospitals across six states. The attack on ardent health services has affected patients and facilities. The company's taken its network offline is a protective measure. More on that from CBS's Nicole Scanga. Without access to their computer system affected hospitals have gone back to keeping paper records. Now ardent health has not yet released a timeline for when its network will be restored or if they plan to pay the ransom. Actor Jonathan Majors appeared in New York for the start of jury selection for a trial on charges he injured his then girlfriend during an argument last spring. He says his ex -girlfriend was the aggressor in the confrontation. The trial could play a major role in what happens next with Majors career. Before his arrest he was going to play the next great supervillain in the Marvel multiverse. Same -sex marriage has come to Nepal. A couple that's been married for six years officially registered the first same -sex marriage in Nepal. Earlier this year the Supreme Court in the Asian nation issued an interim order allowing this. They faced hold -ups until local administrative offices got the okay do to the paperwork. Then the couple says it was a breeze. A top activist in Nepal calls it a historic achievement. Steve Kathan, CBS News. The family that runs the Sands Casino Company in Las Vegas says it has entered into an agreement to buy a majority stake in the NBA's Dallas Mavericks from team owner Mark Cuban. A source tells the Associated Press the family will pay three and a half billion dollars. Cuban will retain control of basketball operations. This is CBS News. Make the hiring process work for you with Indeed's end -to -end hiring solution. You can attract, interview, and hire candidates all from one place. Start at indeed .com slash credits. Make holiday magic this year with something beautiful and from diamonds direct a stunning eternity band a pair of classic diamond stud earrings something and new eye -catching from a world
We Spent $400 BILLION on Illegal Immigration?
"Dan bongino so i told you before the break when i played a clip let the fox business report they told you what illegal immigration is costing us per year and it is an absolutely ridiculous obscene four hundred and fifty one billion dollars let me say that is off by ten percent and it's four hundred billion dollars four hundred billion dollars to pay for illegal immigration now again again because i'm interested in the truth and honesty you shouldn't be here illegally we we did it the right way my family my wife and you should do with two it if you first act in the united states is to flip us the double barrel middle finger and break the law you don't deserve to be here but from a strict economic perspective are these costs real certainly sounds like it the problem is over time people can mean productivity so let's hey this if gets a little complicated i'm not doing it intentionally say it costs us four hundred and fifty one billion a dollars year to process i don't know three million people that are in the country illegally and probably another five five hundred thousand that are got a ways we don't even know about but we're still paying for anyway that that cost would go down each year why because people would start to work not everyone's gonna stay on on government benefits people would eventually i'm not apologizing for illegal immigration so don't please don't send me any nasty grams i'm simply giving you a pure spreadsheet take on it over time it costs less by the time you get to the second generation typically that generation works they go to school they produce it probably cost you a lot less the problem we have with biden and if god forbid this guy gets re -elected or any democrat for that matter is is that this a recurring
Fresh update on "states" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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Trump's Attorney Alina Habba Talks 1st Amendment Rights Violations
"He is, Dan Bongino. All right, I should have told you about it in the last segment, but I'm really happy to have a guest. I want to get right to her because she's kind of tight on time right now. One of Donald Trump's attorneys, you've seen her on TV, on Fox and elsewhere doing a great job defending President, former President Trump. Alina Haba. Alina, thanks for spending some time with us. I know you were on a long line here, so we appreciate it. Of course, anything for you, Dan. Thanks for having me. You're the best. It was great seeing you UFC, at the by the way. But let me get right to it. Mark Levin put out a great tweet the other day. I just tweeted it about all of the rights President Trump doesn't seem to have in what we thought was a constitutional public. Let's go through them one by one. I mean, you guys don't seem to have First Amendment rights, Alina. These gag orders for a man who is the leading and likely Republican nominee for president while he's running for president and being attacked on the police state running against the police state seem like their political orders and not effective judicial legal ones. Well, that's right. That's 100 % right. And then if you had any question about it, we had to take the last one where they actually gagged me as well as the president and said that I couldn't even make objections in court. I couldn't make objections in court where my job is to object, is to protect the president. I was gagged. And the fact is we took it up to the appellate division. We won. We had it stayed. And now we've submitted papers explaining how completely unconstitutional it is to take anybody's First Amendment right. Political speech is overtly protected on a higher level than anything else. And they are trying to take the leading candidate's voice away and they're trying to take his lawyer's voice away,
Fresh "States" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"The Nobel Peace Prize it was decades later his name still now hopes debates over foreign policy landmarks long past this morning WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller with more about the controversial legacy that Kissinger leaves behind It's hard to get the influence of Henry Kissinger this is a person who literally dominated US foreign policy for decades he was under former president Nixon he was both the national security adviser and secretary state of so he wielded incredible power under the Nixon administration and this is why he was so divisive he was a man who believed in what they call real politic which is basically he figured a out way that every single country whatever was in the US's best interest that was what he was going to pursue whether it was trying to bring about some type of peaceful resolution to things in the Middle East it whether was opening up China whether it was detente with Russia and then most infamously in Vietnam that where the biggest division came again it is hard to describe how divisive of a figure he was during the 1970s because during the Vietnam War of course there's a huge outcry and protest about what was happening with the war in Vietnam and many blamed Kissinger for expanding the war and infamously the secret bombing in Cambodia that came out in 1969 that was something that really injured Kissinger's reputation early on but then he kind of moved past that he eventually won the Nobel Peace Prize ironically for his work in Vietnam and then eventually he came to a get lot of respect under the Nixon administration for what he did with China and Russia although interestingly enough Ronald Reagan was one of his critics because he thought he was too soft on Russia what was it about Kissinger's policies that would cause for example a group of students to stand up in an assembly like that and interrupt diplomat speech I think that's really remarkable memory I think it's because he was so direct with what he wanted to do he would stop at nothing if he felt that the policy was the right one for the United States and that a included lot of other things besides Vietnam many people blamed him for doing things that were not so on the open up in Latin America including in Chile and Argentina and there was a really fierce opposition to what many thought was imperialistic aims of the United States at that time but Kissinger came out of a history where he came out of Germany his parents dealt with the whole Nazi situation and he just felt that he had to be somebody who was working on behalf of good versus evil and he looked at it in a different way perhaps more black and white that many other people do and I think that's got why he such a strong reaction particularly from young people in the 70s and as you mentioned even into the 80s and then after that I think over the last few decades as you mentioned he was an advisor to many presidents over the years and I think some of the criticism softened a bit just maybe because he was out of the public limelight but certainly to this day people still have very strong opinions both ways one way positive one -way negative of Henry Kissinger WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller fifth look at the top stories we're following for you this early Thursday morning on WTOP breaking this morning Israel and Hamas now have agreed at the last minute to extend their ceasefire the temporary ceasefire in Gaza Strip for at least an additional day Rosalind Carter legendary former first lady was laid to rest formally in Plains Georgia this week at recapping one of the most influential
Are You Falling Into the Left's Trap?
"Glum all the time we should not you know I get it I did a locals video this morning on my locals account which is you know for subs and stuff but I do these short videos every day before the show and sometimes they're about lifting and nutrition and sometimes they're about whatever I'm feeling but the video this morning I did about about not getting disgruntled and alienating yourself from the process because that's what the left wants whatever you're doing what your political opponents want you to do what you're probably doing is wrong correct that's called the trap right that's what it is it's a trap remember admiral akbar like they draw everybody in they uh you know they draw the rebels in and it's a thank you admiral there you the left loves to do this they love to get you I like the voter fraud thing I was talking about this morning on locals the perfect I'd example like to stream in a thing on time the left engages in voter fraud right the other by the way some Republican candidates have been accused of this too it's not it's not sunny it's uh not just the left thing they seem to take advantage more than Republicans do but either way it's really matter who does it but they love to take advantage of it because the whole idea is that they'll alienate you from voting in the entire process and even when voter fraud is it you know is minimal say in a state like Florida we have pretty decent controls over it they're gonna get you to say I'm not voting it's not worth that's the whole goal so when you're doing what they're doing you're probably losing and that's I think what happened we'd cancel culture too there was this infection brewing amongst the left have everybody's scared of their neighbor kind of like what you have in a communist country like am I gonna get ratted out by mrs. Jones next door to dear leader I really believe that that the cancel culture thing was deliberately done by institutional kind of money leftist hardcore leftist who knew what they were doing to kind of dismantle
Brittney Sampedro on Husband's Line-of-Duty Cancer Diagnosis in Colorado
"So lymphoma is a very common cancer in the fire service, right? I did a little deep dive, maybe not super deep dive, but I definitely looked at some of the statistics for firefighters specifically. It's crazy. If you ever research it, which I'm sure you probably did at this point, the female firefighters, I did not know how like a 600 % increased risk of breast cancer. That's wild. Wow. And then firefighters have obviously a significant increased risk of cancer as they progress throughout their career. So at the 20 year mark, gets a little more at the 30 year mark, it gets a little more. So cancer is not uncommon in the fire service at all. But you said that the department specifically would never say for certain that it was because of his exposures to chemicals on the job or their gear containing the PFOAS. So was he eligible for any kind of benefit or anything from job related cancer? It's not covered under like a workman's comp type of thing. Colorado has something called the Colorado Cancer Trust. So it's departments that elect to put money into an account that say like, there's an eligibility criteria. He had been a firefighter at that point in 2019 for 10 years. So he was eligible to say like, yes, he's had enough exposure to have been at risk to have this type of cancer that is known or more common for firefighters. So lymphoma was on there. I know testicular cancer is a big one too for men. I didn't know breast cancer for women, but there is an eligibility criteria. They don't come out and say that this is work related. And the department and the everybody who works for Greeley Fire was amazing. They all covered his shifts. So he was able to go through treatment. He had to step offline for a while. And then when the pandemic hit, he kind of was forced to sit at a desk for a little bit just because his immunity was still really low. But I don't even think that there was something written out that like, what happens if a firefighter has cancer? It was just kind of like the guys, everybody at the department banding together and being like, I got your shift. I got your next shift. And they got it all figured out for us. But there was never like a, like, this is work related is workman's comp. It's a, it's a work related issue. It was kind of a separate, you know, like having the cancer trust and then having the Terry Farrell fund reach out to, knowing that it could be a job related cancer. So Colorado is not a presumptive cancer state then. Yeah, that's what it sounds like. And it's crazy to me that in 2023, after all of these studies that there are States that don't have that presumptive cancer legislation. It blows my mind.
Chris Christie Goes From Unpopular to Despised With Latest Gaffe
"Was but spanky was kind of the leader of so you can imagine what Chris Christie went through as kid any would honestly who's as wide as he is tall but I don't say that to demean people who have weight issues I have weight issues constantly trying to lose weight I just lost believe it or not I've lost I was 237 pounds mr. it is six feet tall I'm down to 231 I want to get to 220 and that's it my wife says 185 I said not in this lifetime that ain't happening but it was my Christie understanding had the band you know in the tummy and all the rest of it and he's got a I think an issue he's got an issue so of self -confidence so he overcompensates for mark since when did you become a psychologist isn't everybody a psychologist do I have to go to school to be a psychologist and you psychologists who support the show there's no offense I'm sit there and listen with that weird look on your face excuse me that would be a liberal psychologist none of you in the audience all right anyway but Christie's not running to be president because he wants to be a statesman because he wants to be a leader because he has an essential agenda for the nation Christie will not be president he couldn't get elected governor again in New Jersey of his life depended on he's very unpopular but he's reached the point from unpopular to despise and of course like most cards he won't come on this program that's alright but I want you to listen to this he's on CNN and here's what you need to understand most of Sunday these shows except for Shannon Breen of course the lowest of the low lives go on these Sunday shows the lowest of the love the Romney's Romney was under he won't vote for Vivek or Trump he'd vote for Biden instead who asked him who cares well CBS cares Friday I guess they did the reason Romney's not running again is he couldn't get elected in the most Republican or one of the most Republican country we call it Utah so here he is this was Dana Bash there was an IQ of a lobster boiled Dana Bash can anybody tell me why Dana Bash has a program anybody raise raise your hand nobody raises their hand all the intrigue that goes on or used to go on behind the scenes at CNN this one dating this one this one marrying this one this one cheating on this one not Dana I'm not talking about her but all kinds of people there that that that day of course let's listen to this cut five go governor I want to ask about the spike in hate against Jews in the United States you told you the New York Times that you believe former President Donald Trump's quote intolerance for everybody has contributed to the surge in anti -semitism and Islamophobia stop stop here stop here I told you when I thought of what Joe Scarborough said you what the former senator from saying the slob and now Christie that the reason we have all this anti -semitism in America and even Islamophobia is because of Donald Trump literally so in a handful of days on MSNBC Trump wants to execute people Trump Trump is worse than Hitler and Mussolini then we go to CNN and we listen to the Cape Mayorka Chris Christie remember the the remember empty the beach I talked about that Mr. Brutus remember the sperm whale he and the little ones and the wifey beach the beach is cleared out but there he is the sperm whale all by himself of course Christie is a member he doesn't get that decide I get to decide whether he's a member I get to decide whether he's a member he's a member of Fatties United or FU so FU Chris and there he is saying that Trump is responsible go ahead when you show intolerance towards everyone which is what he does yeah you give permission as a leader for others to have their intolerance come out and so you know intolerance towards anyone encourages intolerance towards everyone and that's exactly what's going on he's not qualified to be president he's not qualified to be anything we have a real problem in this country with anti -semitism and to lay that on Trump I can give you an arm's -long list of the things Trump did for the state of Israel and to protect Jewish people in this country I can't tell you thing one Chris Christie has ever done that said we have a real problem with Jew haters in this country with tenured professors were people coming into this country with open border people carrying the Hamas they flag hate Trump they're not gonna vote for Trump for president they're gonna vote for Biden you you and so for this slob to go on CNN and say what says he he just playing to a very small niche out there ladies and gentlemen small niche out there he's running very very hard in one state New Hampshire he's incoming second maybe tip the the scales a little bit and then everybody you start talking about Chris Christie great
Democrats Are Threatening Israel's Very Survival
"You know it's interesting when israel one it's independence the state of israel and people get confused with that and how how long the jewish people have been there the jewish people have been there for four thousand years but the modern state of israel the establishment of the state of israel it was proclaimed on may 14 1948 within a few hours president truman issued from the white house a statement that said the states united government recognized the provisional government as the de facto authority the new state of israel two days later the soviet union followed with a formal recognition to an exchange of letters by stalin's right -hand man stoff and should talk the foreign minister of israel and it said confirm your receipt of your telegram on may 16 in which you inform the government of the ussr of the proclamation on the basis of the revolution of the united nations resolution november 1947 of the creation of alzheimer the independent state of israel make requests for the recognition of state of by the ussr i inform you in this letter that the government of the ussr has decided to recognize officially the state of israel and its provisional government so today's so two days later the soviet union recognizes israel and from that moment until 1967 formal diplomatic relations but seven diplomatic relations were broken off and weren't resumed until 1991 one the . also israel's closest ally the state of israel was established was not the united states it was france. france was israel's closest ally and it's believed that france provided israel with certain technological information to enable them to build atomic weapons it was france. eisenhower was a little chilly toward israel at least at the toward the end by the despite what some israeli officials are saying at the highest levels in even worse than obama even though obama's acolytes are surrounding biden in instituting their ideological agenda the fact is you can see since obama's presidency that the demographics of the country enhance the demographics of the democrat party have significantly changed. there's more islamists operating under the umbrella of the democrat and receiving tenure and receiving student visas and all the rest of it than during the obama administration and exist big time now and being funded by billionaires and they're being lost network and others
Mark Issues a Dire National Warning
"You they have more negative hostile things to saying about the state of israel and how they're trying to defend themselves then the almanats regime in i'm telling you now that israeli leaders i don't care what party i don't care who they are have got to stop praising joe biden not for political reasons here or there but because they're only motivating him and his radical administration to continue to put pressure behind the scenes and now in front of the scenes on that country like no other country has to face all of this is predictable just look at my tweets for the last month or listen to my broadcast for the last month a four -day cease -fire is not going to be a five -day six -day
The Surprising Divide Within Jewish Community
"If you're not a faithful Jew if you don't really believe that and you just believe that it's an ethnicity then you fit in with the left -wing Democrat Party just as certain Catholics would or certain Protestants would or certain other people do and the reason is if you don't get real faith out of Judaism or real faith out of Catholicism or real faith out of Judaism then the faith you hold is the faith in government that in the Democrat Party and this is why Mises was talking everybody about talks like Marxists now you listen to the left whether they're Jews or otherwise they all sound like Marxists and so the secularization of the solely ethnic Jewish people as opposed to the Jewish people who are recognize themselves as both an ethnicity and a faith has led to a great divide within the which Jewish community is why you have a guy like Thomas Friedman over writing here in the United States in the New York Times trashing Netanyahu and his unity government over and over and over again for the right -wing extremist religious parties quote unquote you'll get that from the Democrat Party you'll get that from the American media you'll get that from the Biden administration these extremist religious Jews that's what they call them there's never an extremist Marxist whether they're Americans whatever their faith that no no no and here's the piece in Axios by Andrew Solynder little over a week ago scoop Jewish Democrats lead push for Gaza fuel shipments now why would Jewish Democrats be leading the fuel the
The Mainstream Media's Plot to Destroy America Exposed
"Republic. That's us. The media doesn't want you to talk about a United States first policy because they're interested in nothing more than a globalist open borders world where everybody can take advantage of the United States and dismantle capitalism and bring their socialist ideas here. It's the whole Soros type plan. That's why they're always pushing for open borders. It's not an accident. It's why the talked Democrats endlessly about demographic destiny. Jim, how many times we played this video and I'm talking about demographic destiny, five, six, at least. I mean, if the Democrats are obsessed with talk about it all the time. Here's what's going to get in their way, though. You have it? Yeah. How long is that video? Like a minute or so? Here, I because this is important. This is what's happening around the world as people start to elect conservative leaders populist and leaders who are saying, hey, we're not doing this immigration stuff anymore. Take care of our own country first. But the Democrats are obsessed with demographic destiny. do How I know it? I just listened to him. Now you can, too. Coming out into the open in a few years, to we're going be a majority brown country. White people will not be the majority in the country anymore. This will be the first ever in American history in which whites will be a minority of the generation at some As of 2007, every year, babies being born in this country, whites now with a minority in 2044. Everyone is going to be a minority. As the demographics change, as white people become the minority in the country, is coming. which Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny, right? The country is changing. I've been saying it here. Other people have been saying it here for years now, even before Donald Trump. The is demographics destiny. The white population is declining for the first time in history in America, while the number of multiracial Americans have more than doubled. So we live in a country where the demographics are changing. becoming It's less white. Correct. Okay. You'll be announcing that we're calling the 38 electoral votes of Texas for the Democratic nominee for president. It's changing. It's going to become a purple state and then a blue because of the demographic. Folks, do not be cowed. Do not. There's the left wing activists, progressive sucky liberals love more
Joe Biden's Incoherent UN Rant Reveals Oatmeal for Brains
"A great rest of your holiday weekend and please enjoy the show here's the rotting oatmeal god he's at the UN last week someone said to me Dan this is sir deliberate I know I do you listen to the show I'm not trying to be a jerk but we've said of course it's deliberate you think the rotting oatmeal god is doing this by accident? his cabinet secretaries and him are destroying the country on purpose they are destroying the United States they're doing it on purpose to create a welfare state subordinate to their gods in communist China here is he at the UN with the whole world watching again incoherently mumbling because he's got SpaghettiOs for brains making words up the whole world's watching this by the way here take a listen to this now even as we evolve our institutions and drive creative new partnerships let me be clear certain principles of our international system are sacrosanct wait jim can is there a way to just can you play the beginning of that again what what what is it he what are you asking about our institutions where we stop okay well where she was always get you one more time please go ahead now he has the of our institutions wait I'm job really I'm not folks in the Facebook measure anyway and wanna does anyone have a suggestion what? mike Jimmy you have any idea what that am I standing by is that Jim know that one last time please now he has the of our institutions I am marie marie a real follows institution Maria job I did marie a real follow I'm Italian there's a woman he knows marie a real you follow now listen me in Italian I can write that's what he said Jim it's not I'm sorry Joe Biden Spaghetti O's brains I apologize. He's there's an institution. Let me look this up can someone go online and look up the Maria real follow institution. I don't know if it's it's a school for Italians maybe maybe Italian languages he Italian culture grew up in the Italian community too Joe Biden just like the Puerto Rican and Jewish community now you've got a show with three Italians here Verdi Sacco and Bongino so we're all big Italians here we know well it and I apologize to Joe Biden. Jim play it one more time Maria Rob Ravallo institution go Maria Giavolo institutions that Maria Giavolo wins I'm sorry I'm sorry folks it's the Maria and Jim Kiddy I'm sorry folks I don't want to do this I know it's good but I think it's the Maria institution Giavolo which gonna get a lot of web traffic today Jim one more time Maria Giavolo institutions
Hey Ken Buck, Get the Evidence Before Going on TV!
"That shout out I mean if the UN of all places is so crazy so crazy this is Ken Buck on CNN this guy again pretends to be a Republican pretending he hasn't seen the evidence against Joe Biden despite it again kicking him right in the gonads check this out two days ago you said that time the for impeachment is when there's evidence linking President Biden to a high crime or misdemeanor you said quote that doesn't exist right do now you still feel that way tonight I have not seen any evidence that links President Biden to Hunter Biden's activities at this point I will be getting a briefing later in the week I'm looking forward to understanding more of what the oversight committee has uncovered but at this point I have not seen that evidence I got a crazy idea I can the buckster I got an idea like how about you get the briefing and look at the evidence before you go on TV to talk about the evidence you haven't seen and state there's no evidence I'm just the crazy idea bro just the crazy idea maybe give that a shot Jim maybe Ken bucks you go to the Maria Giavolo Institute maybe at the Institute not only is there instruction in Italian and culture and things like there's that maybe table manners maybe there's also instruction in evidence -gathering there have been many famous Italian police detectives and investigators one of them is named Dan Bongino
Was Terrorism at the Root of Recent Car Explosion?
"That's been filed is what New York's governor came out and said. So Kathy Hochul has come out most and recently said, and this is a quote from her, there is no evidence, no evidence at this time that this was terrorist activity. And that's what I want to make very clear to the public. OK. Nobody else been has very clear to the public in such a demonstrative way. The FBI, who is the lead investigator in this, they have not said about this activity. What is Kathy Hochul's rationale for coming out and saying there is no at evidence this time this was terrorist activity? And I want to make that very clear to the public. Well, she's saying that was it a local guy, or I guess if there are two local guys, but she said a local guy. What is this? Oh, that John. He's really done it this time. Gosh, you know, he he shot up those bombs and he ended up going straight at Border Patrol. Bob Not silly, but don't mind him. Just say he got carried away this time. It'll be the last last time, obviously. I mean, seriously, is that the place we're supposed to live in mentally and intellectually here? I mean, look, you got to let the investigators do what they do. But if you have a massive explosion to the point where you can't even identify the people that were in the car, and that's what we've heard so far because of of how massive the explosion was. You have a car that is driving erratically and is speeding towards Border Patrol. Well. That isn't a terrorist attack, even if it is a local guy. I don't know, maybe somebody familiar to Kathy Huckle. I mean, it just you can't make this stuff up. You can't make this stuff up. And by the way, we had to talk about things like this. In part, not just because New York once again did not make sense and Kathy Huckle is her governor, but also because Joe Biden is president of the United States and he makes the entire world less safe. And so you have crazy people to get ideas from all over the place and bad people are acting out more regularly, whether you're talking about terrorist organizations like Hamas, or I don't know, Bob and Johnny from somewhere in New York. If that's who this turns out to be. Because Kathy Huckle wants to make it very clear. Hey there. Happy Thanksgiving -ish,
Listening to Left-Wing Media Could Get You Killed
"I'm really on really frustrated i uh... i it's the day before thanksgiving i was really hoping to leave you all on high note now in case you haven't heard we have a terror attack being reported at the uh... new york border with canada near niagara falls at the rainbow edge why because that's what demon savages do they like to ruin everything that's why they're demon savages of course left the left loves them mike i'm sure they'll be a pro hamas rally tomorrow i have no idea who these people are i don't know what their motivation is it doesn't matter the point is whether they are left wing communist right pro wing -hamas i don't really care they you know they apparently tried to kill some people killed looks like they killed themselves to dead in this car bomb attack but i'm frustrated because i'm just gonna read it to you i i can't tell you enough i opened up the show discussing this today that if you're listening to left wing media you are going to get yourself killed i i mean every word of that you have to understand that the left wing media is populated by absolute demon savages themselves they have no interest in journalistic integrity whatsoever they have one goal and one goal only to do everything they can to silence the political opposition of the liberal movement united states that's it piece of human feces david ingram from nbc human waste pile david ingram from from nbc in an article i highlighted on my show on october conservative stoke fears of a hamas attack in the united states no credible threat the fbi says he cites a whole bunch of conservatives media matters wrote the exact same article by the way and the fascinating thing about the article was all the conservatives he cites in the article were simply restating what the demon savages had claimed was going to be a day of rage or an attack in the united states but because nbc is populated by pieces of human waste and people who out journalism at all nothing their only goal is to silence people like guys they look and they go okay here's their calculus folks so you've got a bunch of jihadis who just engaged in one of the most brutal terror attacks in human history in israel they're now same on our soil conservatives are reporting that they said they want to do the same on our soil you're at nbc in the newsroom you're like none the first thing a normal person would say would be like yeah we should probably warn people sounds that serious these conservatives aren't crazy they're simply reciting the same threats the jihadis that's not what a -hole uh losers in nbc and other people are thinking they're thinking okay if there's a terror attack people get killed but how do we use this against conservatives to censor them oh i've got an idea let's write an article
What Is the Richmond Promise? Executive Director Chris Whitmore Explains
"What is the Richmond Promise and what are your goals with the organization in the community? Absolutely. So Richmond Promise is a post -secondary access and success initiative that launched here in Richmond in 2016. And Richmond Promise is actually an initiative of the Richmond City Council. So our, our city leaders created Richmond Promise and created our organization using $35 million in seed funding that has been on a pay schedule here at Richmond Promise over the course of nine years. And so our seed funding that the city council secured for us actually sunsets next year. But as a post -secondary access and success initiative, our goals are to help young people in Richmond access higher education pathways and educate young people about what higher education pathways exist for them to access. We support students with a scholarship that is applicable for up to six years of their undergraduate experience. And our scholars, and that's a scholarship of $1 ,500 per year, again, for up to six years of a student's undergraduate education. And our scholars can use that scholarship at any not -for -profit and accredited two -year college, four -year college or university or career technical education program throughout the United States. Now I'll talk about that a little bit more. So that's higher education access and scholarship support. When our students are in college or are in a career technical education program, we also support them with scholar success programming. And this is wraparound support to ensure that students not only get accepted into a degree program or into a career technical education program, but they're also supported to ensure that they earn their degrees, earn their certifications. And then after they've reached that milestone, and this is a growing portion of our organization, we are building out our career access and success programming to ensure, again, that young people not only go to college, but they can come back home to Richmond. They can come back home to the Bay Area or wherever in the world they choose to be and have support in pursuit of their career ambitions and career goals. So since 2016, our organization has supported more than 3 ,300 Richmond youth, and on average, we serve a little more than 1 ,300 youth per year who are scholars in our program. So that's a quick snapshot of what we
Jared Asch Talks With Chris Whitmore of the Richmond Promise
"I am joined by Christopher Whitmore of Richmond Promise. And Chris, first, tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to Richmond Promise. And then tell us, what is the Richmond Promise? Absolutely. First off, thank you for inviting me on the podcast. Really great to be here and have this conversation. So I was raised here in the city of Richmond. I still live in Richmond, and growing up here in our community, like so many other young people, I wanted to enter into a career pathway and build an adult life in which I could support the Richmond community and try to make this city, this community, the kind of place that I always envisioned it to be, which is a place where everyone can thrive. Everyone can feel welcome here in Richmond, feel like they have opportunities from the city, from the community to be who they want to be, to contribute to this space and to make this city better for everyone. And so with that really broad, general goal in mind, I decided at a very young age, elementary school age, that I wanted to be a public official when I grew up. I wanted to work specifically in the mayor's office of the city of Richmond when I grew up. And my godmother, Erma Anderson, was mayor when I was in elementary school. She was the first African -American woman elected mayor of the city of Richmond. I grew up with folks like John Gioia, who's our county supervisor and has been our representative for several years on the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors and several other folks who really inspired me to want to build out a career in public service. And so with that in mind, I went off to college. I went out of state to Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. I studied political science with an emphasis in public law. After graduating from Webster in 2014, I moved to Washington, D .C., where I was accepted into a congressional fellowship. And through that fellowship, I worked in the office of then U .S. Senator Bill Nelson's office of Florida. I moved back to Richmond in December 2014 and got my first job, first full time job working for Congressman Mark DeSaulnier, who at the time was the representative, newly elected representative for California's 11th congressional district. I had the privilege of working as an outreach coordinator in his Richmond office, which is actually just down the hall from where my current office is today. A year later, 2016, I got to accomplish that childhood goal of mine of working in the mayor's office. I worked for Mayor Tom Butt, starting off initially as his director of community engagement, later promoted to be his director of policy and strategy. After about two years in that office, I went over to the city and county of San Francisco, where I went to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and worked on their policy and government affairs team. And for about a year and a half, I wrote, along with my supervisor, all of the water, power and wastewater legislation for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. And I'll speed up the story. So about a year and a half later, I came back here to the city of Richmond and served as Tom Butt's chief of staff for exactly two years. And two years ago, October 4th, 2021, I started as Richmond Promise's second executive director. And it's been a great journey over the last two years, and I was really inspired to make the transition from the mayor's office to Richmond Promise. Just thinking back on my experience growing up in Richmond, having a goal to go to college at a young age for the sake and purpose of really accomplishing my career goals. And just being reminded constantly that there are so many other young people in Richmond who have educational and career goals for themselves. And those young people also deserve to have really strong support systems in our community to help them go off and do the things that they want to do. And I came over to Richmond Promise to strengthen that support system for our entire community.
"states" Discussed on The Daily
"states" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"Eleven people that's how many were charged or disciplined for the abuse solid experienced and witnessed and grape all of them members of the us military. That's where public accountability stopped. But sullen knew there was a whole other group of people. people also responsible for his ordeal. Who were never held to account. Seth freed wessler whit to speak with one of them. I heard that a few months ago. I drove out to a house at the end of a quiet suburban. St to meet eric. Fehr i live in bethlehem. Pennsylvania affair worked as an interrogator in american military prisons in iraq. I'm an army veteran including grape. Who got there just. After saleh was released. I spend my days coaching little league and cleaning the dishes and he's been remarkably open about what he was part of. He spoken out talk to the press. He wrote a book about his time working in iraq when he was an employee of this private company called I of course. I asked about khaki and he says abu ghraib is a place he can't shake for me. It's sort of a movie but just kids playing and it's not something that happened fifteen years ago. Something that's happening right now. Can you describe what you remember most physically about the place. i do. Remember seeing the prisoners. For the first time i was overwhelmed by the numbers. How many people we had put in prison. Babba grab was filthy and poorly run. It was overcrowded. There was a violation of human morality. And it was a crime. How did you as a contractor end up engaging in the kind of abuse or torture that you did. How did that happen. I don't know. I've spent so many years thinking about how that happened in in some ways giving excuses big questions if i had it to do over again would i go back to a differently when i changed things. Of course i would. But i can't. It was who i was. I was someone who was willing to employ those types of techniques. They weren't things that i made up in my mind or that i created or i'd seen on tv. These were Techniques that were written down and and were instructed and described. And there's no excuse for me at the time having to have been able to look at those things and recognize that. I didn't want do them but i did. An frightened me how he was to cross that line and it was an awful thing to do. Fair came home from iraq return to pennsylvania and he watched leading the physical and sexual torture at as members of the us military were tried and went to prison sentenced. Army specialist charles greener to ten years in prison. You waited for somebody to come for him. If there is a prosecutor out there that is going to make a case to prosecute khaki or for any of employees for torture. Then i am the easiest case. The evidence is there and i. I've done a really good job of making it really easy for someone to hold me responsible. But nobody ever. Nobody ever came to charge to prosecute the contractors civilian contractors. Who'd been inside of abu ghraib and who fair says did what they did. I i absolutely sympathized with the idea. That a lotta people got away with a lotta of awful things that there should be some consequences. I mean everyone on some level needs to be held accountable for what they did in war. Fair believes that we all need to reckon broadly and deeply as a country with the wars. We start and the violence. We are responsible for but holding americans accountable for what they did in. War is not so easy. There was one case that dragged on for more than a decade where federal prosecutors criminally charged employees of another contractor blackwater for a massacre in iraq but for people like sala a non us citizen living in a different country pursuing any accountability on their own behalf. That's incredibly hard and one of the main reasons for that is. This doctrine called sovereign immunity. It's so weird carryover from british common law. It means the king can do no wrong in the american version. It basically means as a legal matter. The government can't be held liable for wrongdoing even in iraq and a prison that the us was in full control of but there was something sala could do. He could file a civil lawsuit against the contractors who played a role in the abuses in abu. Ghraib he could sue khaki. Let's go on the record. And so in two thousand and eight. A group of lawyers including the center for constitutional rights did just that they filed a lawsuit on behalf of sala and three other men who also been held in abu ghraib and light sala. Who'd been released without charge. Position of team of the chamari to hail are somari is one of the plaintiffs in this case. Right in in his deposition also. Mari told the court what had happened him. Getting me you hitting it over my body. He looked like sala. He recalled terrible abuse and torture. I'm going to ask our interpreter. Please translate a statement that you made here. I i won't read it. In english for the record plaintiff's al-shamari was subject to gratuitous and humiliating sexual touching win on multiple occasions. Gourds forced him to bend over and inserted their fingers into his rectum to that happen. Who grave non an investigation by the us government of what happened inside of abu ghraib members of the committee. Good morning all. I am general tony. Empty guba it actually said that at least one. Khaki employees had been part of making decisions about how detainees were interrogated over and instructed military police to abuse prisoners. We gathered evidence. Pertaining to the involvement of several military intelligence personnel or contractors assigned to the tool fits in my brigade and the alleged detainee abuses algorithm and members of the us military who were put on trial over the violence at abu ghraib said on the stand that khaki employees had instructed them to abuse prisoners which were damning allegations remember saleh had spent months unable to get anyone to fully believe what he had said happened to him. Leka nado annoy shed to get gunky gun. Would i know cocky company. Was there interrogators aware from cocky company. This obvious and we have evidence on this which we filed in court domna and so he and his lawyers. They felt like they had this very clear. Case of khakis complicity in these well documented abuses that according to testimony and reports the company had been part of making decisions about detainee treatment and he and the other plaintiffs felt. They'd finally be able to bring this story before an american judge in a us court. But that's not exactly what happened really seat in elche amaury versus c a c What happened is that right away. Khaki began to fight the case against it tooth and nail. Good morning please. My name is john o'connor and along with my co counsel dole. We were present in this field khaki or see a. Ci try out. Every argument could think of to convince the court that since it was the federal government that had hired them. they're protected and so far for twelve whole years. It's.
"states" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
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"states" Discussed on The United States of Animals Podcast
"We the people and the animals of the usa united states animals in order to form our perfect union between the species provide the protection and defense of all promote the general welfare of all saban beings bird or feathered scaled or orphaned to our four footed proclaim all animals and people are created equal. So let's celebrate incredible bond between people and animals the special friendships prior no words and the amazing devotion that makes all our lives so much better with your host. United states of animals ambassador. Animal behaviorists an animal fanatic tabby trujillo and this week is the final part of my conversation with the amazing shannon j a person with an uncanny understanding of feline behavior now's a result has been instrumental in bringing scores of lost cats back to their families and saving the lives of hundreds of cats who have been victims of disasters like wildfires. This episode is a little shorter than usual but there were just two more stories about how incredible cats are that we just had to get in so many people think a cat is just a creature you feed and water and clean up after but they want to go home. It's like you're dami. I've spent my life around animals. Of every kind i'd lived in alaska. I've been around bears. Wolves every animal known to mankind. I have never seen an animal with a will to survive like a cat. Never nothing even close. I helped the woman in los angeles three or four months ago. I forgot the kitties name. She was taking him to the vet to get neutered. She was just a volunteer. It was taken him in for an organization to get neutered and she for whatever reason she thought she could carry him from the parking lot to the vet clinic and of course he went crazy scraper all up and he was gone vanished and she gone contacted me and i told her everything she had to do. This was somewhere right in the middle of los angeles near downtown and she never gave up on this cat. One lead after one tip after another after another after another after another and talk to her. I said at this point he could be anywhere and setting cameras. And bait stations isn't gonna work. I said you have to carpet bomb every neighborhood every social media site next door facebook everything with his picture in everything and she ran down one empty tip after another. After another and on christmas day she gets one more tip and she almost didn't go so much said. I just found this orange cat that sitting in an alley and she found him on day fifty. It was him. She found him in an alley with a catastrophic upper respiratory infection. Both eyes glued shut lost over half his body weight and when she got him to a apparently a world-class emergency feline rescue center hospital. The vet told her he was three hours from death. After fifty days on christmas day he is alive. And well shannon you will. You won't believe this. But i knew that was an orange cat and you really. Yeah because i gave her involved in that she didn't give up and she. She ran down so many tips for week. I mean on day fifty and literally the vet told her. He was in critical critical. Care hanging by a thread. And we knew about this and we offered to adopt this cat when he got well. Sunny recouped at the foster who lost him recouped at her home and she adopted him. She did yes she did. I mean it was a week or ten days of touch and go. I know like everybody else every hour. I'm like how's he doing better. He's getting better or you had a setback. He's better yet. Another trans whatever is getting and it was just a. We were rolling along. And i was re sharing the go fund me for that cat. Is the bills. Were going crazy. If i deserve the credit i'll take it. But she was in the trenches. she was responsive. She claimed camera she fall leads. She did not give up on sunny and in the end tammy it saved his life. You remember the national bombing. Yes a help natural musician rescue his katy cat in natural bombing. I remember that one a remotely. You lived in the apartment right where the bomb went off in a blue every window out of his house. That's buck and kitty cat. was molly. Buck got blown into the back room of his house that bomb blasts and he was in the hospital in one of his friends. Christie contacted me and said somehow she heard about me and said what do i do i do. I said lay it all out for me. What does it look like. what's it like. She ever been outside. She never in floor in. Apparently people had been in. And out. And look for. And i was like. I've kind of doing the math. And i'm just trying to visualize my ad. I said she's still inside that apartment. Kono they looked. I said tell somebody to go back. She is in that apartment. She didn't leave. And then the next day they get a couple of good old my brothers and sisters from an actual police department go inside a molly is hiding under -able superficial glass cuts and i got a picture of buck standing here with molly when they brought her out in you know. I wasn't responsible for rescue. But i got it them helping. I said okay. i'll tell them no. They went looked. I said i'm telling you when he's go back. She is in that apartment because he got blown all the way into the back cut. Glass couldn't hear couldn't has cheated. Lee that apartment. That's her homer for three years her life. She's never left he. She's not gonna leave it. He's hiding in there somewhere attack hide somewhere. You can't even believe that. God no kidding my cats and my house all the time yes so i don't know where he's at in this house somewhere and then they have here. They appear news the bad part that you don't know where they're hiding spot was no because they appear like magic they do you know. Here's one to leave you with when it comes to caswell to survive in. This is my best description. Ever cat will fight like the third monkey on the ramp to noah's ark in it's raining i love how you talk. People know the story of noah he took pairs to you by two yet. But if you're imagine there's a third monkey trying to get on ramp. He's only taken to not monkeys gonna fight to get on that to get on that arc and that's why the cat will fight like third monkey on the ramp. The knows arkan. It's raining. They will not ever stop fighting. They just they. Do you know in a fire. Disaster or any kind of disaster of the animal rescues. Cassar are always left behind. Never it's always about the dogs more is in the cats or never in. But were were changing that and we're gonna. This is something the world has never seen him. This story needs to be shared. God i love your stories. I could listen. Don't day it's been awesome chatting with you just to relive these successful miracle like alert dir miracles. Oh kind of course. They don't absolute. They are beans are living miracles and they deserve so much well and we just we just do everything we can form. is something else isn't it. It is and shannon is sharing. His story with the world. Look for his book. Fire cats feline rescue in the burn zone to be coming out soon and documentaries in the works on his dramatic fire rescues and you can keep up with shannon j on facebook if you have a cat now remembered their crafty and they're clever by nature so shannon says don't bet against cat we'll see you next week. On the united states of animals. There are more great stories and pictures on our website. United states animals dot com. And we'd love it when you email us with your own amazing stories about you and your pets. You might even feature your story on the show. Don't forget to follow us on facebook and like us on twitter and give your best friend a high popeye or a hug from us. United states of animals podcast features. Your host tammy trujillo and is produced and directed by tim piper available. Wherever you get your podcasts..
"states" Discussed on The United States of Animals Podcast
"I left a trapped right next to the wheel. Well she was sitting under. And i came back in the morning in. Douglas was with me. And i slowly walked up and i see that the trap was untouched. Nothing was Occurred in i lay down dirt on the ground and i peeked my head flashlight. And she was in the same spot bernie yet and if the time i didn't even know who she was i just knew that she badly burn when an animal's that badly injured and this is just some of the things i learned along the way. They you know. Magin your worst pain of your whole life. Are you remotely interested in food right right. No we're talking catastrophic paint and there's no interest in food so you know what's a hail mary to put some food out and just hope they'll come out but she was in there and she wasn't coming out and so i said doug this cat is going to lay in this truck in agony for days. Die if we don't get her out. So i cooked up a plan. I went and got the jack my tire. Jack outta my truck and over a period of an hour and a half. That was a free protracted rescue a partition off the truck with chicken wire. She couldn't escape. And i jacked it up. And i blocked it up. It's called cribbing. That blocked up with cinderblocks. Just happened on this property and got up just high enough or i could reach in and by now she had dropped out of the engine compartment sitting on the ground with third degree burns and all four of her feet covered in costing diesel fuel. Did it leaked onto the truck. She screaming bloody murder. And i snatched her out through in the carrier and did a hundred mile an hour. Run to the emergency vet hospital which you set up her patients. I called them ahead of time. So i'm inbound with a critical burn patient and that was that so the rescue mama cat in mama. Cat was in the hospital for twenty three days an bandages for sixty two days from her catastrophic burns she recovered. Her family was not able to take her back at the time. And so here. We are almost three years later. A mama cat is in residence in my home. A very good life amazing right. That's j. The man who rescues fire cats or fire monkeys as he calls them. There is much more with shannon coming up next week on the united states of animals. Podcast and you can follow shannon on facebook. just do a search for shannon.
"states" Discussed on The United States of Animals Podcast
"The one hundred the burned out underneath the burned out truck. I remember a cat under the truck. I didn't remember her name. Tell us about that lama cat. So mama cat. So hide arrived on day. Five and so little backstory. My my good friend. Catherine parsons going back to the tubs. Fire two thousand seventeen. She and i became acquainted from my work. At the tubs fire. And she decided she was going to produce and make a documentary film called. The fire cast of santa rosa. So catherine started on that project in people say. Oh yeah you get this fire and We'll just be in and out in a month or two in like no. It doesn't work that way. Efforts go on for a long long time like a year two years three years. I mean it just goes on and on doesn't end doesn't end so catherine came down from. She's from canada. Toronto came down hard. Some simple talk offers and shot footage and all that was sort of in post production from the fire cast of santa rosa and then november ninth two thousand and eighteen. The campfire broke out and that changed everything so her project then became a completely different animal for the film which was renamed the fire cats so so catherine already friends by then. He spent a lot of time in person visiting and so she hired a a cinematographer a well known drones. Cinematographer named douglas thron. And when a campfire broke out so the day that fire broke out. I was working my second job where i teach at a police academy. I'm a firearms. Instructor is a part time job. And that morning i remember shooting on the to arrange in the morning and around nine thirty in the morning we took a break in the wind was swirling. It was just kind of weird weather like what we all describe as earthquake weather right right. 'cause i grew i grew up in southern california child. Okay i know that whether it was just had a weird vibe myself and might fifteen recruits. Were sitting outside just taking a break in a wind swirling and i looked to the east mountain and napa county called mount saint i saw little darks smudge over the backside of it looked at it and i looked down. I said that looks like smoke. And it looked at it. And i said no that smoke dish those clauses at that smoke but judging by the wind at sea level where i was at which is basically sea level looking to the east and i knew that smoke was coming from a long ways away in the mountains. We'd had those offshore winds goes northeast. Winds and i looked data my sought growing and i look at him. I said you're looking at the beginnings of a monster. That's the exact phrase. I used and they were like y'all. You're smoking your socks. So i got on my iphone. And i punched in fire in california and i saw the campfire in paradise unfolding on media and i immediately contacted catherine the call katherine paradise on. She should oh. My god. And i said i'm going so she hired douglas. The cinematographer joined me. I think on day six. I'd already been inside working. I was able to get into this terrible nightmare. Were authorities were not letting trained rescuers in this was a monumental amount of casualties felines alone was in the thousands and they were not letting anybody in but this one particular organization which i will not name that ended up turning into a complete nightmare and i was getting with my credentials and so i was able to for the first few days. Get in a couple of convoys actually ran into a couple of my friends over there who are. hp offers that. I teach at the academy with and and i got two convoys. We rescued a lot of cats..
"states" Discussed on The United States of Animals Podcast
"So in the beginning of every fire I have worked on and to date. I've worked six major western. Us wildfires cal northern california oregon so for example. The campfire which the campfire was in paradise was the mother of all fires. Took out that town. Fifteen thousand five hundred homes and an entire city wiped right off the map. Right of human souls lost in thousands and thousands of this place in las cats burned injured. Show i arrived at the campfire on day. Five and was able to gain entry due to my law enforcement. Profession and i got in there as social media was pulling up the lost and found pages on facebook 'cause by then people can already knew what i did and i had you know people that were reporting their loss kastner addresses and show don day one and two. I'd already had a list of addresses but at that point it was about triage. It was about getting there and start looking for burned up cats right. And that's what i did for the first couple of nights and then i had. We started to get more intel more addresses like his arcadia. Get pictures and i just would take. You know hundreds of pages of notes this address this cat. And then i would start making my rounds working at night and cruising around with the thermal scope at my pickup truck with all my gear. And you're traversing all across the city. And anytime i saw a cat anywhere. I would try and get as close to it as i could out food and water and then make make a notation back out and go looking for cast. Were obviously burned injured in trying to get them and then get to the other. The the known cat addresses and so they develop took the and the people were mapping into research so many people involved behind the scenes. It's just crazy how some we'd learned so much during the campfire because it was just a gigantic followed you on that on social media. Yeah that was That was a life changing experience. It's an emotional thing for you. I can hear it in. Oh yeah what are these cats like when you finally do trap them because you know they've been domestic cats they've been involved in a family then they go through something. None of us should ever go through. So they're totally traumatized. they've been trapped are they. I i know every cat has different personality wise and experience wise but are they friendly at all when you get a hold of them or are they just crazy. I'm over very you know it just depended but very often there were very vocal. I mean some catches screaming screaming in the traps just scared to.
"states" Discussed on The United States of Animals Podcast
"Better with your host united states of animals ambassador animal behaviorist animal fanatic tabby trujillo and i am so excited to get the united states of animals. Podcast off the ground and on the air. Our first guest is one of the most remarkable people i have ever met. His name is shannon j and there was so much talk about that. Our conversation lasted nearly two hours. So we'll hear part one this week and part two next week on the united states of animals. If i had to introduce you how to introduce. What would i say about you. Oh boy i don't know well. I just spent the last thirty three years of my life being a full time. Sworn law enforcement officer. And i retired about forty five days ago after thirty three years as an officer. That doesn't define who i am. But that was a you know your career and your life is a big thing. And i just wrote off into the sunset from that long career in An animal advocate in lover. My whole life and by a funny stroke events got involved in the feline search and rescue avocation. Do it for money. Three and a half years ago some three and a half years ago almost four years ago. Yeah almost four years ago. Wow now you actually go into. Fire burn areas after the fires are out because when a fire comes through you can probably grab your dog but good luck getting your cats exactly yup precisely and you actually find them. How did you learn all these techniques that you use. Well tammy was an interesting genesis to my entry into the world of distress displaced feline. Search and rescue so in October eighth of two thousand seventeen. We had the biggest and most destructive wildfires in california history at the time was the tubs fire mma county and two thousand seventeen which was right here in in my community. The night that fire broke out. I was actually a patient enlarge hospital in santa rosa where had been admitted due to complications from brain surgery. So i was in the hospital in awoken at four in the morning with the nurse screaming tonight face saying get up get out the hospitals about the burn up a walk out into a firestorm of fire on three sides and they tried to evacuate me on a bus for another hospital and i said i'm not getting on your bus and i'd just promptly left a girlfriend was heather was become grabbed. Me up took a couple of hours to get me because of the craziness of the fire and people just running and driving in every conceivable direction to escape the flames and we'll we got home at six thirty that morning. The scope in the magnitude of that fire began to emerge as we turn on the television and just saw an i disliked. Harry said my god. Do you know how many animals and cats are going to be burned up lost and scared and gone so backing up about year and a half earlier one of my indoor only kitty cats. A cat named kate escaped our house and vanished without a trace for thirteen days and nights in. That was the genesis of how i started to learn about las cats and behavior and how to find them and rescue them and Of course in the first few days. I did everything wrong in a few things right and eventually i hired a woman who's considered one of the best lost cat fighters in the country if not the world and through that ordeal and it was horrible. My felines my family. They're in my life blood. They mean everything to me. And i make no apology because a lot of people like it's just a cat and if anyone ever says it's just a cat and i said look i don't. We have anything to talk about. And i just known..
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"states" Discussed on Retire South Shore Radio
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It means that all hands from all of these different specialists on deck to help our clients schedule your free fifty minute strategy sessions and discover what your ideal retirement will look like call seven eight one eight three six four two one four or make an appointment online at retire. South shore dot com. Hello and welcome back. It's part two of our program retires. radio i'm jordan rich with mark rolette and before we get back to a look at the states that People are retiring to. Let's talk a little bit about the all hands analysis approach being very successful. so far. what's it all about mark. Yeah well. I i've been in this business for about twenty four going on twenty five years now and you know the focus of our business is helping people with the money helping to make sure that they have enough income that they don't have to worry about running anybody in retirement that's paramount. People still want more than just that they don't want it. Just go to one place. That only offers one thing. That's just not the world that we live in So i developed the company sexual retirement service to be able to address everything for every pre or post retiree so infamous huge Protecting money growing their wealth is obviously equally as important. People still wanna make money with tenants. Good protect themselves time. Japan so investment services is a registered investment advisory firm that will be able to address that with our clients That the whole stocks bonds mutual fund side of things But it's more than just the money at tax strategies huge part of our business obviously to a lot of seminars on strategies webinars tax strategies and talking to people about what they should be doing with the money in But we take it a step. Further by having a cpa firm proactively helped clients figuring how much something's going to cost before they actually do it. Which is unique if you think about it because most of the time when you go to your accountant iran tax time which were just coming out right may seventeenth this year and they've already donut. They've already pulled the trigger on whatever thing they're going to sell so they have their ten ninety nine the w. two and that's tax strategies or tax planning tax preparation. That's as where to file it. And how much do i pay so we tried to take it as a proactive approach. So you can see whether it makes sense to take some tax taxes on today in order to reduce your liability tomorrow in raising texan barbeque. We offer Medicare Counseling medicare analysis through lard. Who's our medicare specialist here in the office. Who actually will be on the radio with us. Middle mid july Basically taking the guesswork out of clients need to do when they sign up for medicare part b. a. needed to mental pat. So they're looking at it from the perspective of our stews. Looking for new perspective autocracy. Abed's you take. Where are you going to live in. We're talking by geography. If we're going to move maybe it's a different plan or if you've had this plan for three years of massachusetts inaugural california. Do we need to make a change and then to kind of tie it. Open a bow ear I say this weekend and we got you can have a wonderful retirement and investment strategy. You can have fantastic tax planning done. Insurance kapila squared away. But if somebody were to pass away or sometimes even worse for to get sick and you don't have the proper legal in place scope. We offer local legal work of have gone for more than a decade Through our in house attorney bill call who also be joining us on the show during summer. three hundred ninety nine dollars for the entire estate fund at every document. Not her document. I know that's really low. Cost unaware of that. And it's done by design. We wanna make sure that everyone one stop shop under one roof. Nothing make it sound Watered down or the the actual product itself is is is inferior. Because it's not it just that if you have this. Full team of people with all hands on deck helping clients navigate through this really really stressful time for many different perspectives than it just puts them in a much more comfortable position. And that's what we do. That's all it eases that issue of being overwhelmed and then we've talked about that a lot so let's return to a quick look A fly over. If you will of states that are Certainly more financially friendly tax friendly and there is one state though that sort of stands out that might not be on anyone's list and that's a nearby state connecticut. Yeah i have their most of the time. When they retired they will not decide to continue to live there. It's just expensive to live in connecticut. As state taxes are three to seven percent which is still kind of in line where we are here must -chusetts tax real estate. Taxes are the highest that i'd seen when it went through the list. the two thousand one hundred thousand two hundred dollars per hundred thousand of dan as a. That's a huge by and they have a state taxes and guess what they don't have nice weather so Connecticut doesn't really seem like that's a retiree stream to head to put it is it's a neighboring state and i wanted to wanted to address ride nick. State is the highlight. That's the big will mess. The the obvious when florida where everyone seems to want to flock to in retirement at. It's got great weather. It's got completely diversified different groups of people and learning that about florida as we do more business down there at the end of the certain parts of florida. Very new york. Certain parts are very boston. As certain parts are kind of missed mismatch of of of everyone. But i will say one thing. It's there's no state income tax obviously huge advantage to people from their interesting komar. Anything they taking from like engine plans 401k's and whatnot. There's no inheritance tax So that that's big for people as well for transferring wealth from one generation to the next and quite honestly clients. That i have that have gone there. It's a great troll for their families to want to come down middle of the winter command visit woman. Dad's two hours on a plane. Now of course last fourteen months that's been enormously challenging. But i feel like we're on the way out of that. I feel like things are starting to loosen up a bit now. I i know certainly last weekend. We came back from the early because the weather in Over at the barn. And i went into stop and shop in halifax to. I was walking in there without a mask. I had a mask in my pocket just in case some run your free and ready to go at. It seems like that's the general theme. I talked to my sister karen last week. Not the not. The case in are very much still in lockdown bars and restaurants are still pretty much old closed up starting to open up again but they are so far behind we are It's just it's just different than on florida's one of those states that has been a bit more open about that but that the reason for most of our clients going down there whether cost of living weather's nicer cost of living is lower and there are massive tax. There's another aspect to all of this. Some people split their time between massachusetts. Let's say in florida. And i know your equipped with the all hands analysis team especially the tax folks to address that because you know has to do with residents. How long you're in one particular city or state and another so it's another consideration just wanted to mention that Let's let's take a look at a few more on the eastern seaboard. The carolinas always seem.
"states" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"However those christ continue to grow louder with time potentially leading to the end of the tribunal is the fact that mary phillips the wife of governor william phipps was herself accused likewise accusations that lack standards of evidence were further relaxed during the september sessions was damaging to the legitimacy of the court. It wasn't late. October one accuser. Mary herrick confessed to john hale that she doubted her previous beliefs. Herrick made a statement that she was still being visited by the specter of the now dead mary. St who informed her that she had been wrongfully convicted. This was a huge deal. This was one of the accusers now. Admitting doubt in their own vision which further called into question the reliance upon spectral evidence. It is unclear if the doubt by herrick became publicly known at the time though it would later when john halewood right about the trials. Certainly the trials ramp down following herrick statement. However they come after. William phipps had already announced that the court was going to be reformed. Evidence does show however that following herrick statement the entire process of reforming the trials as well as attempts to show that everybody had likely been deceived by the devil picked up this lend support to the theory that the comments made by herrick. Were known at least to the tribunal if not more publicly either way harry statement goes a long way towards showing the shifting views towards the trials and highlighting that even now the accusers had begun to turn another set of trials was conducted in november. However those trials were outside the established tribunal despite convictions by this point eight. Clear that support for the trials was waning. Phipps likely concerned over both the trials in general and the fact that his wife had now been named announced. That reform was coming in late october. in november. That changed materialized in the form of doing away with spectral evidence and touch tests with this change. It became nearly impossible to get a conviction for witchcraft. As it turns out there was little other evidence available to prove that somebody had an alliance with satan in additional fifty. Two people were tried for witchcraft. In january and february of sixteen ninety three however unlike the virtually assured conviction rate of the prior hearings only three of the fifty two were found guilty.
"states" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Figuring out just how to have trials and give the appearance of due process as we are going to see in a moment making the argument that due process is being provided for well at the same time allowing convictions based on spectral evidence was troubling and was he concerned that the judges themselves were not oblivious to this gets to a subject that we are going to cover more next week but there is the fact that even among the judges there is always a degree of discomfort with what they are doing certainly not from all of them author for example seems to have deeply believed in the work that they were doing. However i wanted to spell the this was a different time and people did not know what they were doing was problematic. So would write later in his life and express regret for his actions in the salem trials. Likewise i think it's interesting that in the work wonders of the invisible world published in sixteen ninety three so the year after the trials ended. Cut him other. Wants the reader to be clear that he was neither present at the trials nor did he have any kind of prejudice towards the accused and will it is true. That mother was indeed not one of the judges. It is completely unfair to pretend that mother did not have any influence in what was going on. It should also be considered. That mather himself did not necessarily oppose the use of spectral evidence mother views spectral evidence as well as touch evidence as a useful tool for instigating a closer investigation at no time. However does it appear that he really protested it being used to get convictions despite his efforts to comfortably insulate himself from the potential fallout the first trial in salem took place on june the second sixteen ninety two the first defendant was bridget bishop her place as a which confirmed by hobbs. Bishop wasn't easy. Test case for the new tribunal was suspected of witchcraft. Long before sixteen ninety two having been previously accused of practicing witchcraft against her second husband. She was a far easier target than say rebecca nurse. Martha corey bishop was formally indicted on june second and her trial followed in the same day. It is worth mentioning that she was not provided with a criminal defense attorney however that was not an uncommon occurrence under the existing law. The trial would proceed with the prosecution making their case followed by bishop being allowed to make a statement in her own defense throughout the course of june second testimony was heard about the spectres of bishop that would appear tormenting chiefly by pinching the afflicted deliverance. Hobbs the also accused and confess. Mother of abigail hubs would testify that it was the specter of bishop. That would appear to her and tormentor following her confession beyond that what followed was of testimony simply focused on the bag character of bishop among the evidence that was considered there is an interesting note by matter of the physical examination. Dot com bishop. Germs reported seeing a preternatural. Cheat on the woman's body a few hours later the was gone which they took as proof of witchcraft was admitted of the torture. The afflicted went through during the examination when.
"states" Discussed on Political Analytical
"Army. Yes we do. who are they rick. American people behind every blade of grass but of those american people. You're gonna have a division you're going to have a division between those who backed the current regime's all i can the current government who oppose. You're going to have those who oppose it are standing army is going to come from every single person who has ever gotten a deer hunting license. Eleven point five million hunters in the us. We own the guns we own the guns and we will sit. I'm gonna use a james tube and rick. Warren analogy here. Hunters have been known to sit in a tree. Earn a blind for fifteen hours to make one shot exactly. Do you really think homeboy from the hood with his nine millimeter turn. Sideways has a prayer with eleven point. Five million of us not a chance. And you've got their spokeswoman. The person that they put up there on a pedestal bad ugly constipated chick named greta who thinks that their generation is going to create a revolution. Sister generation. can't even decide how many people that are male or female. So if you want to go this route because this is the route that your government is pushing towards let's dance. I like what mr christopher johns said. Here we are the world's largest non official armed force in the world. Why do you think nobody has invaded. Knock on wood. And i want to put a plug in here. Gentlemen for the american veteran the men that i know in this town where i live. There are many men and women who are veterans. Who will not take this setting down. I know i know them personally. I know that they are well armed. And i know that they still believe because that oath they took eddie like you were talking about. It doesn't end when they get out of the military doesn't end when they sit there and take the uniform off it's in their heart and they uphold that oath all their life. Like i said before rick if you wear a badge or if you're in our military you've taken that oath to uphold the constitution the united states if you fail to do so if you are anti american if you are anti-constitution you need to remove yourself from whatever profession it is that you're in if you took that oath if you're a law enforcement officer i don't care what law enforcement officer you are where your pd state county. Whatever the case might be you need to take yourself out. Take take yourself out of that law enforcement put the badge away because you're not upholding you don't deserve. You do not deserve to wear that badge. If you in the military and join the military to uphold the constitution and to protect the life of the united states american people. You need to remove yourself somehow or go up until your superior that you cannot uphold the constitution. The united states. Because you're an idiot needed to go flood up to him until them right out that you can't do it because that is the whole reason for the united states. That's why we are the united states of america. that's why we are the greatest country in the world. That's why we should defend about our constitution because we are the greatest country and we need to uphold that because with what we have an office right now gentlemen. We are the laughing stock of the entire world. We have idiots running the united states of america. That have no. Yes early clue what they're doing. They have no nope. No pride in our american heritage. They have no honor. They have nothing and yet. They're running the united states. We've got people. Starting fires arson thefts burglaries assaults. Murders taking place within our streets. But that's okay because these are on the far left there idiots in what in the first time in american a patriot steps out to defend something. Oh you guys are a bunch of freaking killers in this that and the other no. We're just protecting what we got. And we're not gonna let you guys destroys being let me do a little housekeeping here. Mr tomas gonzalez haven't seen or heard from you in this group. You're more than welcome to watch our shows and make comments we welcome it. But don't post a link in our chat room for people to click on selling bullshit. That's not what this forum is for. Please don't do that. shit again. Does will ban them. That's your only one warning that's it. Nobody gives a shit. If you can make two hundred seventy five dollars and seventy five cents a day from your home. I don't give a shit. That's not what this form is about. This is about people who speak their mind. Who care about this country who want to see this country going in the right direction. Not your bullshit website. Thank you. I appreciate that very much and this is the kind of stuff that we have to look out for. Gentlemen we are going to have and we are going to go going to be going up against a lot of people who think that this administration is the most admirable thing that ever come along. I'm sorry to say but that's not my belief that's not my stand because i remember an i know an america a strong america that stood for every american citizen and the american citizen obeyed all the laws of the country all the laws of the land and we helped each other and we loved each other. Actually boy isn't data. Unique word put out today. Love another thing that they did they loved and we love our country..
"states" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar
"Hi this is darren serena. This is my podcast dancing bipolar. So i just want to preface this by saying that what i'm about to Bitch about is basically a first world. United states of america issue and I'm aware of it. But i need to get this off my chest because it's about ready to like take me down and You know for those of you who can't relate to it or just thinking that you know i am a god. What is the word that i'm thinking of like. I deserve everything kind of american. I'm not normally like this honest to god. Okay i really could give a crap about money are just i what. I'm trying what i'm going to be talking about. Basically is just the subjugation of a whole bunch of people in the united states and it does have to do with money however doesn't necessarily have to be money okay. This is just how it's presenting itself at this time. I i really avoid to political thing as much as i possibly can. And if there was any way that i could make not political i would just putting this out there. This is not a political thing. This is a right wrong. Fair telling the truth or lying You know kind of thing instead. So when i'm pissed about fucking jump to the chase because you know. I'm i'm like a little stone god ray and i'm like tired because now that i know that i'm never going to get paid this that we were all promised at the election. I actually can sleep a little better knowing. I am actually moniz society part of american society. Being somebody who receives disability benefits now all leading up to the november election there were a lot of promises made about stimulus. Money and blah blah. And all that and people bought it. Well i didn't really buy because because first of all. I don't really care about politics i do but i don't care about politics enough to know to keep my head in the game enough to realize when i need to fucking run ru fast to get away from some kind of government demonization or control or plan or propaganda or whatever. It is Now i wasn't allowed to vote in this past election. Because i was actually in patient and i was denied my constitutional rights to vote so some people would say. I have absolutely no way to say anything about this subject whatsoever and other people whatever. Okay i have a of people know that. I was not allowed to vote. I was denied my constitutional right to vote while i was impatient. So what i'm pissed about is the fact that they weren't honest. Okay now whether or not. I'm going to get my stimulus. I am defective in the eyes of joe biden. Let's just put it right there. Because he's the one who decides who gets the money and who doesn't so according to feel biden because i'm on disability defective in there for don't deserve to get stimulus whereas somebody who has jumped the border illegally Is a alleged child molester. And yet they get their money ahead of a united states air force veteran. Does anything wrong with this picture to you. Okay Things really wrong to me in this picture. And maybe i should be glad that i'm not getting the biden payout rate so like are not like getting in blood money or something like that but the fact is that we were all promises money and then when they start putting it out. It's like oh but no no not you. You like getting it because you're bipolar and effective in the. Us government does not recognize you as a citizen. But this guy over here who allegedly must children is not legal. We're going to give him money. Because you know whatever k- something's wrong now. A lot of people are saying that. I'm making a big deal out of nothing and maybe i am making a big deal out of nothing. But the thing that i'm trying to put across cure is that it starts like this right it starts with a small blunder quote unquote that gets fixed ultimately because enough people at this point in time. Where like. hey wait a minute. What the fuck are you doing. That's part of the united states to our part of the citizenship of the united states. So this time it's disabled people are next time it. Could you know this is all. i'm saying. It could be anybody. It could be any group any marginalized group any group that day decide to put the pinpoint on as your the ones that are going to be discriminated against this time. We need to be aware of what is going on around us. Okay now i zero is another funny thing about the money too. Because are so i had been getting like a loan shark type seeing from an online bank for months and months and months. I want to do it again this month. And instead of giving me the normal amount of money that they normally do it was a third of the amount of money that i normally borrow from them now. Do i really feel like that paranoid that. There's somebody you know in some little room somewhere. That's like watching my every frigging move and just doing everything possible to try to take me out of the game. Now he's on paranoid rate. That will sound really paranoid. If i were to say yes i do believe that too. I believe that well not exactly. But do i believe that quite possibly some kind of regulation came down right before the stimulus came in all the disabled people were excluded. Who would normally now going to these people to get enough money to make it to the end of the month and have that be slash. Do i feel like that could have been a plan i do. Actually you know in. I've had a neighbor come to me. Who's elderly and very ill and asked me to help him and i have done what i can. However i'm just wondering into roadblocks to but he has a series that the us government is legitimately. Just trying to kill off veterans by not giving them the care they need by denying services by you know Hospital appointments by rescheduling rescheduling and losing appointments. And all this and all that and when he first came to me. And i mean it's not the first for this i'm a vet and i know about the. Va enough to know that. I would rather die in open woods than go to the. Va for any services whatsoever. So it wasn't the first time i'd heard this. I kinda late kick it with a grain of salt and put it in the back of my memory and was like you can help you which. I'm failing miserably. I'm trying but you know there's bureaucracy run everything so anyway as a side note so now with this whole thing with the stimulus being denied all the people that are on disability and most of us probably being. I remember a large majority being service veterans. Maybe he's theory isn't quite as logical as it sounded when he first sent it to me rate so maybe they are trying to agenda twenty one us or agenda twenty four hours or agenda twenty six or whatever fucking agenda number were at by now. Okay so am i crazy or not..
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"states" Discussed on Political Analytical
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