6 Burst results for "Stephanie Griffin"

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The government is also leveled the charge against scores of individuals not accused of attacking police and destroying property. There you go. But facing some of the most egregious allegations, such as occupying the Senate chamber, sitting in the vice president sharing targeting government officials But they're also if that's not bad enough bringing against individuals. Who did no such thing. They say prosecutors have sought to distinguish such acts from protests related civil disobedience. They're really results in prison time and more politically charged the fish offenses such as sedition, but defendants and at least eight cases have moved to dismiss the count. They assert the joint House and Senate session that met January. 6th does not qualify as an official proceeding of Congress that the law is unconstitutionally vague on its face raise applied or that it does not cover individuals alleged illegal actions, among other things. And it goes on. And it goes on. Now you want to hear about an insurrection? Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. I have a book out next week. The way Woodward does these things as he is able to shake down public officials. Put the story out on CNN. Where the Washington Post or both. Then every single media platform picks it up. And this is his second or third book trying to trash President Trump and it's going to be a massive bestseller. Huge vessel. Because that's how Woodward does what word Woodward does. Here is my confusion. If you're a journalist. You have special information. About news events that have taken place. Why aren't those appearing in the Washington Post? Robert Costa is a journalist so called for the Washington But why do they wait for a book? Seriously? I'm not a journalist. I don't have a newspaper that I write for. And all right gossip. I write about the urine, philosophy and activism. So it's a book called Perilous Shot. It's shooting to the top of the list. Everybody's talking about everybody is pushing it. And this is how Woodward gets more would would get He holds back information cost the halls back information. Others of these so called journalists hold back information, so they do a big book. Which is kind of strange. So I don't buy books like this at the same time about a week or two later. Give the Stephanie Griffin coming out with a book. Who was press secretary to the first lady, Press secretary to the president, then back to press secretary the first lady and they're leaking stuff out of there. Oh, my God, We've got more private information about the family and so forth on who Trump And Melania. And the family. And the staff. Disloyal. No character morality whatsoever. And that's being pumped. Meanwhile, the Democrats Are close to transforming this nation. There's something that won't recognize. We have Americans, Citizens hostages overseas. The borders wide open with hundreds of thousands of month coming into this country. With covid and other illnesses. They're going to bankrupt this country. They want to pack the Supreme Court and this is what we focus on. This is what we focus on. For September and October. It's shameless. And so you Washington Post reporter Isaac Stanley Becker. Now what kind of reporter is this? Isaac Stanley Becker. He's being handed spoon Fed. Cherry pick parts. Of this book, written by Woodward and cost to With obviously the most provocative information that they can provide. And this becomes a news story. From two news guys were supposed to reporting it as a matter of course, as a matter of routine. So this is now a news story. This is exactly what Daniel Borstein From a Director library Congress professor Chicago meant by pseudo events. This has no news. They're.

Daniel Borstein Isaac Stanley Becker Bob Woodward Melania Stephanie Griffin Robert Costa January. 6th Trump October Woodward Congress September Perilous Shot second CNN next week both Democrats Senate two news guys
"stephanie griffin" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Insurrection. The government is also level. The charge against scores of individuals not accused of attacking police destroying property. There you go but facing some of the most egregious allegations such as occupying the senate chamber sitting in the vice president chair targeting government officials. But they're also if that's not bad enough bring against individuals who did no such thing they say prosecutors have sought to distinguish such acts from protests related civil disobedience. They really results in prison. Time more politically charged with offenses such sedition but defendants. In at least eight cases have moved to dismiss the count. They assert the joint house and senate session that met. January six does not qualify as an official preceding congress that the laws unconstitutionally vague on its face or as applied that it does not cover individuals alleged illegal actions among other things and it goes on and it goes on now. You want to hear about an insurrection. Bob woodward robert costa. We'll have a book out next week. The way woodward does these things as he's able to shake down public officials. Put the story out on cnn. Or the washington post or both then every media platform picks it up and this is his second or third book. Trash president trump and it's going to be a massive bestseller huge vessel. Because that's how would does what word would we're does. Here's my confusion. If you're a journalist you've special information about news events that have taken place. Why aren't those appearing in the washington. Post robert kosta is a journalist. So-called for the washington post. Why did they wait for a book. Seriously i'm not a journalist. I don't have a newspaper that i write for. I don't write gossip. I write about theory and philosophy and activism. So it's a book called parallel. Shot it shooting to the top of the list. Everybody's talking about everybody's pushing it this is how woodward gets we're woodward gets. He holds back kosta. Hold back information others of these so-called journals. Hold back information so they do a big book which is kind of strange so i don't buy books like this at the same time about a week or two later this stephanie griffin coming out with a book who was press secretary to the first lady press secretary of the president then back to press secretary the first lady and their leaking stuff out of there. Oh my god we've got more private information about the family. And so forth on who trump and milania and the family and the disloyal no character morality whatsoever and match being pumped. Meanwhile the democrats are close to transforming this nation of something. You won't recognize. We've american citizens hostages overseas the borders wide open with hundreds of thousands of month coming into this country with covert and other illnesses bankrupt. This country they want to pack the supreme court and this is what we focused on. This is what we focus on for. September and october it shameless. And so your washington post reporter isaac stanley becker. Now what kind of reporters this is extend becker. He's being handed spoon-fed cherry pick parts of this book written by woodward and kosta with obviously the most provocative information that they can provide and this becomes a news story from two news guys who were supposed to reporting it as a matter of course is a matter routine so this is now a news story. This is exactly what daniel burstein from a director library. Congress professor chicago meant by pseudo events. This has no news that they're going to say. The substance of the book is news worthy but if the substance of the book is newsworthy. Why didn't they reported earlier. Now they have in here twice in the final months of the trump administration. The country's top military officer was so fearful of the president's actions might spark a war with china that he moved urgently to avert armed conflict in a pair of secret phone calls journal. Mark a milley. The chairman of the joint chiefs staff shortage chinese counterpart generally schick of the people's liberation army that the united states would not strike according to a new book by washed post associated editor. Bob woodward and national political reporter robert costa's associate editor kostas a political report and save it a book. One call took place october. Thirty twenty twenty and other one january. Eight twenty twenty one now. This is newsworthy. The news element here is in trumpets. Milly it's meli. Who tried to leave it insurrection. It's milley who tried to lead a coup a military dictatorship. There was no reason to warn the chinese.

woodward robert costa the washington post robert kosta senate Bob woodward kosta stephanie griffin isaac stanley becker cnn congress confusion daniel burstein washington milley becker supreme court people's liberation army Congress chicago
"stephanie griffin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Having assaulted anybody, including people who are on the grounds are not in the building. Prosecutors have brought the obstruction charge of many the most notorious cases include against members of the oath keepers, probably boys and 3% groups. I don't know who most of these are who allegedly conspired and prepared in advance for violence. The government. Wait a minute. I thought the FBI put out a report on a Friday Mr Producers, saying there's no evidence of insurrection, didn't they? There's no evidence of insurrection. The government is also leveled the charge against scores of individuals not accused of attacking police and destroying property. There you go. But facing some of the most egregious allegations, such as occupying the Senate chamber, sitting in the vice president sharing targeting government officials But they're also if that's not bad enough bringing against individuals. Who did no such thing. They say prosecutors have sought to distinguish such acts from protests related civil disobedience. They're really results in prison time, a more politically charged to fish offenses such as sedition, but defendants in at least eight cases have moved to dismiss the count. They assert the joint House and Senate session that met January. 6th does not qualify as an official proceeding of Congress that the laws unconstitutionally vague on its face or is applied or that it does not cover individuals alleged illegal actions, among other things. And it goes on. And it goes on. Now you want to hear about an insurrection? Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. I have a book out next week. The way Woodward does these things as he is able to shake down public officials. Put the story out on CNN. With the Washington Post or both. Then every single media platform picks it up. And this is his second or third book trying to trash President Trump and it's going to be a massive bestseller. Huge vessel. Because that's how Woodward does what word Woodward does. Here is my confusion. If you're a journalist. You have special information. About news events that have taken place. Why aren't those appearing in the Washington Post? Robert Costa is a journalist so called for the Washington But why do they wait for a book? Seriously? I'm not a journalist. I don't have a newspaper to have that I write for I don't write gossip. I write about theory and philosophy and activism. Such a book called Perilous Shot. It's shooting to the top of the list. Everybody's talking about everybody's pushing it. And this is how Woodward gets more. Woodward gets He holds back information cost the halls back information. Others of these so called journalists hold back information, so they do a big book. Which is kind of strange. So I don't buy books like this at the same time about a week or two later. Give the Stephanie Griffin coming out with a book. Who was press secretary to the first lady, Press secretary to the president, then back to press secretary the first lady and they're leaking stuff out of there. Oh, my God, We've got more private information about the family and so forth on who Trump And Melania. And the family. And the staff. Disloyal. No character morality whatsoever. And that's being pumped. Meanwhile, the Democrats Are close to transforming this nation. That's something you won't recognize. With American citizens hostages overseas. The borders wide open with hundreds of thousands of months coming into this country. With covid and other illnesses. They're going to bankrupt this country. They want to pack the Supreme Court and this is what we focus on. This is what we focus on. For September and October. It's shameless. And so you have Washington Post reporter Isaac Stanley Becker. Now what kind of reporter is this? Isaac Stanley Becker. He's being handed spoon Fed. Cherry pick parts. Of this book, written by Woodward and cost to With obviously the most provocative information that they can provide. And this becomes a news story. From two news guys were supposed to reporting it as a matter of course, as a matter of routine. So this is now a news story. This is exactly what Daniel Borstein From a Director library Congress professor Chicago meant by pseudo events. This has no news. Are they going to say the substance of the book is newsworthy. But if the substance of the book is newsworthy, why didn't they reported earlier? Now they haven't here twice In the final months of the Trump administration, the country's top military officer was so fearful that the president's actions might spark a war with China moved urgently to avert armed conflict. And a pair of secret phone calls General Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the shortest Chinese counterpart, general Lesion ship, the People's Liberation Army that the United States would not strike, according to a new book by Washington Post Associate editor Bob Woodward and national Political Reporter Robert Cost is an associate editor. Cost us a political report and they save it for a book. One call took place. October 30 2020 another one January 2021 Now this is newsworthy news element here is in trumpets, Millie. It's Millie, who tried to leave it insurrection. It's Millie, who tried to leave a coup. A military dictatorship. There is no reason to warn the Chinese Or be fearful that Trump would use nuclear weapons. Man whatsoever. None. Why would Woodward and Bernstein and Woodward it cost to sit on this for a month after month after month? Sit on it when they same General Milley. Wasn't charge.

Daniel Borstein Isaac Stanley Becker Stephanie Griffin Bob Woodward January. 6th Robert Cost Robert Costa Melania Bernstein October 30 2020 October Trump People's Liberation Army CNN FBI Woodward Congress second January 2021 September
"stephanie griffin" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

21:22 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"It's actually a full Septet. The date folks and field we could hear the title tune. Listen, don't follow it back. In KZ SC. Mm hmm. Oh, Yeah. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Hmm. Man. Come on. Yeah. Oh, Hmm. Yeah. Huh? You know? Mm. Okay. Mm hmm. Uh oh. Uh huh. Mm hmm. Okay? Yeah. Mm. Mm hmm. And from Max Roach, his quartet He had for a number of years in the seventies with Cecil Bridgewater on Trumpet and Odin Pope on tenor sax phone Calvin Hill on base course. Max on drums. It was Japanese dream from the date. Pictures in a frame. Seated by That's okay tomorrow on trumpet and the composer said Taco Fuji on piano and Raymond Lopez on drums. Autumn sky from the date mantle. Cord in your before last September, 2019 And out tail end of Last year. We're not to records. And as I mentioned earlier on, starting with Adam Rudolph the title tune from focus and field. Straws a lot from the music of Japanese. No. Theater. I believe Sumi can echo on vocal Kowtow and Samson, Stephanie Griffin Viola. Our car through what snobby on various Japanese instruments, including Couldn't she? No boy? No conflict, a Tyco and percussion. Ah! Sarah Sean back on, but soon Ned Rothenberg on Shark watching bass clarinet Ivan Barenboim. On B flat clarinet and Contra el toque. Clarinet, Michael genteel. On various flutes and Adam Rudolph. Plays the drums..

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on KCRW

"Makers, baseless objections and an insurrection by Trump supporters failed to change that result. It's morning edition from NPR news. Capital. Violence came on a day that Democrats added control of the Senate to the House and the White House. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep in this hour what to Senate races mean for Georgia and for the country? Also what is the rest of the world? Think of the attack on the capital? And we focus on the role of the Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, soon to be out of power. It is Thursday. January 7th the anniversary of the first presidential election. George Washington one that electoral vote in 17 89. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. Hours after pro Trump rioters stormed the U. S Capitol building Wednesday, forcing evacuations from the House and the Senate Congress reconvened overnight and certified Joe Biden as the next president of the United States. President Trump later said there would be an orderly transition, though he still claims the false belief that he won the election. NPR's Mara Liasson has more. Ultimately, the violent protests might have backfired because the counting of the electoral college votes happen faster than we expected, and a lot of Republicans who had said they were going to object to the outcome of the election changed their minds. In the end, only six Republican senators voted to throw out those collectors slates. NPR's Mara Liasson. After authorities cleared the grounds of the Capitol, police found two pipe bombs and a cooler full of Molotov cocktails. Four people died in the insurrection. One woman shot by law enforcement three others who had medical emergencies. Meanwhile, the criticism of President Trump's role in inciting the protesters to storm the capital was sharp and bipartisan. And as NPR's Pam Fessler reports, there were numerous calls for his removal from office. Lawmakers place the blame for the violence squarely on the president's shoulders for his repeated and baseless claims that the election was stolen and his vow never to concede. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said the mob was inspired by a president who could not accept defeat. Republican Senator Mitt Romney called the president a selfish man who had incited an insurrection. Vermont's Republican governor, Phil Scott, demanded that Trump either resign or be removed from office. The National Association of Manufacturers, a major business group, also suggested that the president be removed from office for inciting violence in an attempt to retain power. Pam Fessler, NPR News and Europe's leaders watched with alarm during the capital riot as Teri Schultz reports. Many called for calm, but few addressed President Trump by name. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was among the first to react by Twitter. Shocking scenes in D. C, he wrote, the outcome of this Democratic election must be respected. European Union leaders added their concern You foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell said. Quote in the eyes of the World American Democracy tonight appears under siege. This is not America, you economic Commissioner Bella, gentle Oni. Just tweeted. A photo of the pro trump protesters and one word Shame. Swedish Prime Minister Stephanie Griffin is one of the only EU leaders who directed their remarks at the President. President Trump and many members of Congress have a great responsibility for what's happening now left unsaid. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, World financial markets, Asia markets closed and mixed territory. The Nikkei, the main market in Japan gained 1.6% the Hang Sang and Hong Kong was down more than a half percent. Your pre markets are trading mixed at last check. You're listening to NPR news. Japan has imposed a state of emergency as the country sees its largest surge of coronavirus cases. Since the beginning of the pandemic. Abigail Leonard has more from Tokyo. A month. Long state of emergency is for Tokyo and surrounding areas. The capital city has accounted for about half of all recent cases. It's not a full lockdown, but the government is asking residents to avoid non essential outings. It's also asking bars and restaurants to close by eight. Will receive about $600 a day. If they do and be named and shamed if they don't schools will remain open, though that's different from the first state of emergency back in April. Japan had been doing better than many other countries, and Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka was reluctant to impose new restrictions. With cases spiking and his public support plummeting. He relented for NPR news. I'm Abigail Leonard in Tokyo. In India more protests over the deregulation of farm markets today as tens of thousands of farmers on tractors occupied a stretch of highway leading into New Delhi. Prime Minister and Orender Modi's government has held talks with the farmer's offering concessions on the three laws that passed last year to bring private investment into the country's antiquated agricultural markets. But the farmers are demanding that the laws be rescinded in complete, totally a totality. They've been camped out on a freeway near New Delhi for more than a month now. Was futures contracts are trading higher, adding to Wednesday's gains. Dow futures contract up about 1/10 of a percent NASDAQ futures contract up more than a half.

NPR News President Trump president NPR Senate Trump Mara Liasson Tokyo Pam Fessler Prime Minister Abigail Leonard Teri Schultz Japan government European Union White House Senator Mitt Romney Senator Dick Durbin Noel King
"stephanie griffin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie griffin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That electoral vote in 17 89 news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. Hours after pro Trump rioters stormed the U. S Capitol building Wednesday, forcing evacuations from the House and the Senate Congress reconvened overnight and certified Joe Biden as the next president of the United States. President Trump later said there would be an orderly transition, though he still claims the false belief that he won the election. NPR's Mara Liasson has more. Ultimately, the violent protests might have backfired because the counting of the electoral college votes happen faster than we expected, and a lot of Republicans who had said they were going to object. To the outcome of the election changed their minds. In the end, Only six Republican senators voted to throw out those collectors lates NPR's Mara Liasson after authorities cleared the grounds of the Capitol, police found two pipe bombs and a cooler full of Molotov cocktails. Four people died in the insurrection. One woman shot by law enforcement three others who had medical emergencies. Meanwhile, the criticism of President Trump's role in inciting the protesters to storm the capital was sharp and bipartisan. And as NPR's Pam Fessler reports, there were numerous calls for his removal from office. Lawmakers place the blame for the violence squarely on the president's shoulders for his repeated and baseless claims that the election was stolen and has vowed never to concede. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said the mob was inspired by a president who could not accept defeat. Republican Senator Mitt Romney called the president a selfish man who had incited an insurrection. Vermont's Republican governor, Phil Scott, demanded that Trump either resign or be removed from office. The National Association of Manufacturers, a major business group, also suggested that the president be removed from office for inciting violence in an attempt to retain power. Pam Fessler, NPR News and Europe's leaders watched with alarm during the capital riot as Teri Schultz reports many call for calm, but few addressed President Trump by name. NATO's secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, was among the first to react by Twitter. Shocking scenes in D. C, he wrote. The outcome of this Democratic election must be respected. European Union leaders added their concern. You foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell said. Quote in the eyes of the World American Democracy Tonight appears under siege. This is not America, you economic Commissioner Bella, gentle Oni. Just tweeted. A photo of the pro trump protesters and one word shame. Swedish Prime Minister Stephanie Griffin is one of the only EU leaders who directed their remarks at the president. President Trump and many members of Congress have a great responsibility for what's happening now, Lifton said. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. World financial markets, Asian markets closed and mixed territory. The Nikkei, the main market in Japan gained 1.6% the Hang Sang and Hong Kong was down more than a half percent. European markets are trading mixed at last check. You're listening to NPR news. Japan has imposed a state of emergency as the country sees its largest surge of coronavirus cases. Since the beginning of the pandemic embargo. Leonard has more from Tokyo. A month. Long state of emergency is for Tokyo and surrounding areas. The capital city has accounted for about half of all recent cases. It's not a full lockdown, but the government is asking residents to avoid non essential outings. It's also asking bars and restaurants to close by eight. Will receive about $600 a day. If they do and be named and shamed if they don't schools will remain open, though that's different from the first state of emergency back in April. Japan had been doing better than many other countries, and Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka was reluctant to impose new restrictions. With cases spiking and his public support plummeting. He relented for NPR news. I'm Abigail Leonard in Tokyo. In India more protests over the deregulation of farm markets today as tens of thousands of farmers on tractors occupied a stretch of highway leading into New Delhi. Prime minister and render A Modi's government has held talks with the farmer's offering concessions on the three laws that passed last year to bring private investment into the country's antiquated agricultural markets. But the farmers are demanding that the laws be rescinded in complete, totally a totality. Have been camped out on a freeway near New Delhi for more than a month now. Was. Futures contracts are trading higher, adding to Wednesday's gains, down futures contract up about 1/10 of a percent. NASDAQ futures contract up more than a.

President Trump NPR News president NPR Tokyo Japan Pam Fessler Prime minister Teri Schultz Mara Liasson European Union Senator Mitt Romney government Abigail Leonard Senator Dick Durbin Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka Janine Herbst New Delhi Joe Biden