14 Burst results for "Tennessee Lookout"

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To the newsletter because I'm going to go through. We've been following this breaking story coming out of Louisville and Ah Daniel Cameron, who is the A G there in Kentucky is still taking questions from the press because the grand jury announced just a little bit ago. Not may not even hour ago Thie indictment. Of Brett Hankinson, one of the three officers in the shooting death. They're brown, a tailor, and it's three counts of first degree wanted endangerment, and they determined that one of the other officers detective cost Grove was the one who actually fired the fatal shot. And there's a lot of discussion about the warrants and everything else. It's not a shut, unopened closed case just because of all of the information about the warrants because they weren't for her. It was they were looking at her property because it was involved in investigation with two other individuals that they were investigating. And they did determine what they did announce was that it was not a no knock warrant. It was a not but still I mean, I'm made of questions, and we're going to talk more about this. One of the other things that were following, too, is this story and I have to tell you I'm a little Ah ticked off it the way that the media has been handling this This situation, the story in Nashville that we were first talking about, and this was just what a couple of days ago that we were talking about this story. So the the This is the crux of this is that there was a story about how bars in Nashville, which are still closed down that the emails and discussion between city officials were noting they were acknowledging the small Number of Corona virus cases originating in bars, comparing it with like nursing homes, which were sky high and really discussing how it wasn't. It didn't really justify the closure of these bars. Long story short The story was that city officials were lying to everybody about the number of Corona virus cases originating in bars to justify the continued closure of bars. And it went crazy and the all these to the Tennessee and looked into it all. The Tennessee lookout looked into it. Everybody was looking into this. And so here's what we're going to bring on my my friend and guest here on just one second on this. So one of the affiliates there, Fox 17 when I looked at it, and they were trying to say that the story is false because thie emails were cherry picked Get the e mail say what they said. And city officials already said admitted that they were e mails in which they were discussing this stuff with each other. So what's the story on this for this? And of course on the mask holes that are running us all ragged. Our very good friend and you guys know it, but I know him is Glenn Jacob's Oh, I mean, I know you know what he used to do to Knox County Mayor there in Tennessee. It's always Glenn. It's always so good to see. I just Ah, face of reason of and hear a voice of reason. Because it's just where it's like that. It's like the end of the world. You know, it's like a fire hose and the situation with the masks, which I'm gonna ask you about because they were trying to get sassy with you. I saw local media was getting sassy with you on this. What's the, uh, What's the what's the real story here? Because it seems like I don't believe that it's a false story because an email was cherry pick. I mean, you cannot take what was written by city officials in an email with their own hands out of context. Well, Fox 17 took that story after website and believe they retracted it would have happened was thie. The statistics have been shared months before, evidently so they took it off their website and make an apology that then Really The broader issue is this constitutionally more important issue is the fact that OK, you have like 22 cases and bars in the gambling 1000 cases that could be traced to construction sites. To shut down the bars. Yeah. Okay. Ah, judge in federal judge in western Pennsylvania, Of course, you struck down the Governor Wolf's executive order in Pennsylvania, saying that it violated the 14th amendment due process and equal protection of the law Close. Well, now you're arbitrarily saying we're going to shut down your business, which Do they pose a threat to public health? You have 22 that we can trace here. You have 1000 years We're shutting you guys down 22,000 over here and you know it's it's early on you could see were okay. We don't have the data and can't through these things you know, and all that sort of stuff. Now that dad is starting to come in and You know, I think the problem is that there chair kicking. You know what? What they're gonna do Is this really all started? We started saying this business is essential in this business is nonessential government can determine you get stale doesn't get stay open. You know on what criteria reproduce for that, and it's just opened up the hard parts off all these different constitutional issues. And of course, I think that municipalities around the country in states and Counties and cities. They're gonna be facing lawsuits and constitutional questions and issues for years to come because of all this, and what's happened in many cases, you know is there it's It's Conjecture by experts were saying, Well, we think this is the case. But then the data doesn't always back it up. But no pasta makers were still saying this is what we have to do with the experts say. And constitutionally, that's very problematic. I think you bring up a really good point. Because in the beginning before we didn't know anything about it, I mean it could. I mean, I still disagreed with their imminent domain of this seizure of generating income. But a TTE least They could make a better case.

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:43 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is the show just share the tweet of scout. At the mic. Oh, scout. She has jumped up on the couch. Now She's standing right in front of me on the back of the couch because my broadcast table set up right behind the couch in my office there looking out the window that think they're squirrels out there or something. Squirrel squirrel Squirrel squirrel. Welcome back. It's not Gatsby's trying to jump in my lap. Welcome back to spit out over three here on a Friday, while the thie end off the week is near. Let's talk about this Nashville situation and it's getting quite a bit of attention and folks of screaming conspiracy theory and I want the truth. I want the bottom of any issue. To be found out reported well, and I want the fax. If there is a cover up if there's a problem if there is shenanigans if there's something really fishy going on, I want to know Who is a report from the Fox TV affiliate in Nashville. W Z TV where they claim that they had some emails. And when they showed the emails, then those on the other side in Nashville, Tennessee government they're claiming that now it doesn't tell the whole story here. The accusation is, is that the city of Nashville All the way to the mayor's office that they're being accused of hiding. A low number of covert 19 cases, which are linked to restaurants. And bars and the mayor of Nashville. And his Department of Health. They're being accused of withholding data that the claim is shows a relatively low number of covert 19 cases. That are linked to restaurants and bars. Now, listen, I'm not downplaying covert 19. It is riel. We have nearly 200,000 deaths were probably actually over 200,000 deaths because the consensus is from people that I know and trust is that the deaths have been underreported and the number of cases have been underreported. In this country. But The story is that the mayor of Nashville And the Health department being accused of not sharing with the public. The fact that Cases of covert 19 that were linked to spreads from restaurants and bars in the city. That the numbers are very, very low. There were internal e mails which Fox Imaginable got ahold of W Z TV. And purportedly these emails they demonstrate. That national city officials That they discussed. The low numbers of covert 19 case that could be traced. The restaurants and bars and whether they should make the low numbers public. Got an email from June 29th. It's a June 29th email Benjamin Eagles, who's the senior advisor to National Mayor John Cooper. Asked Metro Nashville Health Department epidemiologist Leslie Whaler. For Countywide contact tracing data over the last 14 days. Quote, looking to see what sort of activity has been most related to new cases. Eagles wrote in this email. Wailer in response as for time to pull the data together before writing quote. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just for the mayor's office question. Mark Correct not for public consumption, according to Eagle's, according to the Fox report. And these purported emails. Then, a month later, a local reporter asked the health Department about A claim. If the numbers are low on Lee 80 Corona virus cases have been traced. The restaurants and bars in national Now let me be clear. I'm not downplaying this virus. I You know me. I'm a realist. What if Nashville did through contact tracing or the best data? If they were on Ly ableto link a very small number of covert 19 cases in the city to restaurants and bars, and they withheld that information. I think that's damaging. I think that's That's not the sunlight that that we deserve, or that the people of Tennessee or more specifically Nashville and surrounding areas, they deserve to see this data. The figure. Yes, is a quote from from an email. The figure you gave me of Mohr than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert 19 in Davidson, Tennessee, and only 80 or so a trace to restaurants and bars, Doesn't that mean Restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem. That's AH, according to Uh, Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Rao, who asked the question, according to Fox in Nashville. Then Brian Todd, who's a Nashville Health department official. Asked five Health department officials. Please advise how you recommend. I respond. One of the officials whose name was cut off replied My two cents. We have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. And then the response goes on. We could still release the total, though, and then a response to the over 80 would be because that number is increasing all the time, and we don't want to say a specific number. What happened after the pandemic became prolific back in March, the area restaurants around Nashville in Nashville and around the city's restaurants. They then closed up except for takeout orders and have their Capacity is limited. So they were restricted to take out orders and restricted capacities indoors. Then they were allowed to reopen with a maximum of 25 customers, and that happened back in late August. And now eateries in Nashville there now allowed to operate it 50% capacity. Now the National Metro Council member by the name of Steve Glover. He then accused the mayor in Nashville, the Cooper administration of a cover up. He said he told Fox in National W. Z TV there that they're fabricating information. They blown their entire credibility. It's gone. I don't trust the thing they say going forward. Now the spokesman for Mayor Cooper in Nashville. His name is Chris Song Ice. He's doing a little song and dance here. He responded to the cover of allegations and he said yesterday. That the news report was published with limited information and without context. That's according to the ABC Channel in Nashville, which is W. K. R N According to W. K. R M. They're saying that the e mails from the same thread emphasized the need to publicly release as much of the covert 19 data as possible, and those words were left out of the Fox W Z TV report. The mayor's office and the Metro Public Health Department remain committed as always, to providing timely and transparent information that helps inform our local media..

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:07 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The Buck Sexton Show a analyst. Remember the sex? No. Gotta talk to you about the Nashville Cover up. This is great. This is great because we need to see more of this where it finally comes out that the people that are like, wear a mask, Social distance. You can't do this. You can't do that. That they're playing games behind the scenes. They're not listening to the science. They're making it up as they go along their frauds. I think it's important for people to see this to know this. The Corona virus cases on lower Broadway. This is a Nashville, Tennessee. This is the Fox affiliate there may have been so low At the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and the health Department reveal in the A partial picture about what they reveal is disturbing. Discussion that involves low number of Corona Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, most disturbingly how to keep it from the public on June, 30th contact tracing was given a small view of Corona virus clusters. Construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems of more than 1000 cases traced to each category, But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller for the Health Department asked this is not going to publicly released right just for the mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right senior advisor Benjamin Eagles. A month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Row asked. The figure gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question if there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert, 19 Davidson and only 80 or so a trusted trace to restaurants and bars. Does that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem, but it's about the science. It's about the numbers and the data. That's what they tell us. Turns out that now I see Cem Cem. Friends Mind Tommy Lauren's out in Nashville. I'm seeing people raise this that they believe that the mayor of Nashville may, in fact, have ah. May, in fact, have Change the status the covert status of his city so that his son could graduate have a graduation for his high school, And then they went back to a tighter status right after that, that was classic. This is like the City Council members. Who say that they don't want they want less police. They want to defund police, but they they want a happening. Los Angeles happen Other places to They want a private police detail as a city council member outside their home, 24 7 because, you know They're They're scared of how things were going in the city. But you you're not allowed to have a gun and you have less police presence. The mayor of Nashville is a Democrat. Obviously. He wants people to lock down and do all this stuff. But You want to hide information from them? That would suggest that they could. They could open restaurants and be just fine. They could do this, and it would be No big deal, so You know we're going to continue to see people. Play games like this for as long as they get away with it for it for as long as this Continues in this way. You know, friends. I really believe that it's time for just just widespread noncompliance. I thought it would come much sooner. I will say I've been surprised. And how much everyone's just going along with this and that and how much everyone's just acted like This is what needs be done right now. And no one. You know, they're finally some lawsuits. We should have been suing months ago. Dragged these people into court. Make them explain. That they think they have. Total total power. To do whatever they want because of this health emergency. So I I think that finally Oh, but it was an activist. But it was it was. It was a BLM activist. It wasn't just a random person who was berating the TheStreet or manager. I see this here. This is on the Anyway, I think that's very interesting, so we'll continue to follow. This is it plays out in cities across the country, and we'll have to watch how This unfolds in the in the in the weeks ahead. Because Friends. I'm just I I'm done with it. I can't handle it anymore. I don't know what to tell you. I think that We've gone way past the level that we should need for patients, especially when there's people out there who think that the best thing we could possibly do is to make this guy president play 11. In my state of Delaware. We have a $4 billion industry, chickens, chicken and chicken, poultry and all. What is all the all the manure? Quite Frankly, that is a consequence of Chickens and so is polluting the Chesapeake Bay where we found out We've invested a lot of money We find out you can politicize this and take out. Take out the methane. So you're in a position where you can use that fertilizer without the damage that was being done before the same way with horse manure and common whore and pig manure. It's and we can create. Thousands of jobs in rural America as a consequence of setting up the small industries within communities, and so that's the way you be able to continue. A farm without worrying about whether or not you're polluting and being in a position where you're able to make money by what you do in the transition as well as be able to grow more. Yeah. Joe Biden's idea to save American jobs or to save our our future is to create industries like the chicken and cow poop politicizing..

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Mayor of Nashville may have told health officials to hide low coronavirus numbers

Ben Ferguson

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Mayor of Nashville may have told health officials to hide low coronavirus numbers

"Cases on lower Broadway. This is a Nashville, Tennessee. This is the Fox affiliate there may have been so low At the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and the health Department reveal in the A partial picture about what they reveal is disturbing. Discussion that involves low number of Corona Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, most disturbingly how to keep it from the public on June, 30th contact tracing was given a small view of Corona virus clusters. Construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems of more than 1000 cases traced to each category, But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller for the Health Department asked this is not going to publicly released right just for the mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right senior advisor Benjamin Eagles. A month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Row asked. The figure gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question if there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert, 19 Davidson and only 80 or so a trusted trace to restaurants and bars. Does that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem, but it's

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To you about the Nashville Cover up. This is great. This is great because we need to see more of this where it finally comes out that the people that are like where, um as social distance, you can't do this. You can't do that. They're playing games behind the scenes. They're not listening to the science. They're making it up as they go along their frauds. I think it's important for people to see this to know this. The Corona virus cases on lower Broadway. This is a Nashville, Tennessee. This is the Fox affiliate there may have been so low that the mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. E mails between the mayor's senior advisor and the health Department reveal in the A partial picture about what they reveal is disturbing. This discussion that involves low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, most disturbingly how to keep it from the public on June, 30th contact tracing was given a small view of Corona virus clusters. Instruction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems of more than 1000 cases traced to each category, But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller for the Health Department asked this is not going to publicly released right just for the mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right senior advisor Benjamin Eagles. A month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Row asked. The figure gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question if there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert, 19 Davidson and only 80 or so addressed to trace to restaurants and bars. Does that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem, but it's about the science. It's about the numbers and the data. That's what they tell us. Turns out that now I I see Cem Cem Friends want Tommy Lauren's out in Nashville. I'm seeing people raised this that they believe that the mayor of Nashville may, in fact, have AH. May, in fact, have Change the status the covert status of his city so that his son could graduate have a graduation for his high school, And then they went back to a tighter status right classic. This is like the City Council members. Who say that they don't want they want less police. They want to defund police, but they want a happening. Los Angeles happen. Other places to they want a private police detail as a city council member outside their home, 24 7. They're They're scared of how things were going in the city. But you you're not allowed to have a gun and you have less police presence. The mayor of Nashville is a Democrat. Obviously. He wants people to lock down and do all this stuff. But You want to hide information from them? That would suggest that they could. They could open restaurants and be just fine. They could do this, and it would be No big deal, so You know we're going to continue to see people. Play games like this for as long as they get away with it for it for as long as this Continues in this way. You know, friends. I really believe that it's time for just just widespread noncompliance. I thought it would come much sooner. I will say I've been surprised. And how much everyone's just going along with this and how much everyone's just acted like This is what needs be done right now and no one there. Finally, Some lawsuits we should've ensuing months ago dragged these people into court. Make them explain. That they think they have. Total total power. To do whatever they want because of this health emergency. So I I think that finally It was an activist, but it was it was. It was a BLM activist. It wasn't just a random person who was berating. The The's store manager. I see this here. This is on the Anyway, I think that's very interesting, so we'll continue to follow. This is it plays out in cities across the country, and we'll have to watch how This unfolds in the weeks ahead because Friends. I'm just I I'm done with it. I can't handle it anymore. I don't know what to tell you. I think that We've gone way past the level that we should need for patients, especially when there's people out there who think that the best thing we could possibly do is to make this guy president play 11. It's in my state of Delaware. We have a $4 billion industry, chickens, chicken and chicken, poultry and all. What is all the all the manure? Quite Frankly, that is a consequence of chickens. And so is polluting the Chesapeake Bay where we found out We've invested a lot of money We find out you can politicize this and take out Take out the methane. So you're in a position where you can use that fertilizer without the damage that was being done before the same way with horse manure and common whore and pig manure. Yes, And we can create thousands of jobs in rural America as a consequence of setting up the small industries within communities, and so that's the way you be able to continue. To farm without worrying about whether or not you're polluting and be in a position where you're able to make money by what you do in the transition as well as be able to grow more. Yeah. Joe Biden's.

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:32 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"11 99, www. Beauty by requesting for Mad Dog. You know exactly Right. Winnable Majority. 704570 11 10. It is a wonderful show on Twitter at winnable show. Also. What do your Doherty Matt on on the Twitter is that we're people. Fifi. I am at Darty. Matt. Yeah, Authority, Matt. And don't forget to download the radio dot com app. Take us with you every place you go because Well, after all, you want to keep in touch and you want to stay connected. That's the best way to do it. It's a great app. I listened to it when I'm on the road. Sometimes you know, at a range and it's it's It's really good. Enjoy staying in touch with you. And the governor and short wf Enzi sports and that it's a It's a terrific at, you know, it's it's It's incredible. Look at this world that we're living in. Right now. We're gonna get this covert thing with the governor of with the mayor of Nashville here, quick, Oh incompetence there, But I just In fact, in the break I forwarded you a quote that I think is is particularly insightful in this day and age. Um There is a quote that says this It is claimed that in times of grave emergency Hey, there, there There is a quote says. It is claimed, in times of grave emergency. The use of means may be justified. Which in normal times would not be considered. But who is to decide whether that emergency is grave enough tow warrant the application of dangerous measures. So how do you know how bad off ur toe pull that that switch? Every government and every political party in power is inclined to regard the difficulties it has to cope with as extraordinary. And conclude that any means for combating them is justified. The drug addict who says he will abstain from tomorrow on I will never conquer the drug habit. We have to adopt sound policy today, not tomorrow. And that is ah! From Ah, missus who's an economist, Um This speaks directly to what we've seen play out here with this covert crisis. It's not that the people are doing it. The people have been told to wear masks. You wear the masks. The businesses have been shut down their shut down. You can't go to the gym. You can't go out to eat. You can't go to a theater. You can't go to a game. Everybody has complied. And yet the government keeps moving, thes goal posts They keep saying, Well, we just need a little more of this. If you're asymptomatic, don't get tested. If you're asymptomatic now you've got to get tested. You tested positive you have to quarantine for 14 days. You didn't end up having a temperature. You can change it up. The government is using this for everything imaginable, Mac Doherty. And when we look at the situation and national, which is a a clumsy way of sliding into this national conversation where you have a mayor who kept The actual riel numbers. Secret in Nashville. And you look at this. Keeping low Corona virus numbers a secret. And it's only because a leaked e mail goes out to Fox 17 in Nashville, showing that in late June, contact tracing numbers for construction and nursing homes had thousands of Corona viruses cases. But bars and restaurants only had 22 government will take whatever action they can because they'll say it's an emergency. Yeah, it's a major leadership issue on, Duff said this Maybe a couple months ago on this show to me when a leader faces adversity they need tto do about four things. And I think first is be upfront. Get out front, like be visible control the narrative. Be honest without throwing anybody under the bus without creating Ah panic and You know, that's where people get on trump. Well, he wasn't honest. Well, he didn't want to create Ah, a national Praise right fear that would negatively impact the stock market. The grocery stores And then get input from your senior. Staff. And and communicate that message with a ray of hope for a brighter day because everyone needs to feel like tomorrow next week. Next month. Next year will be better in Vail. Calmly, then adhere to the plant. About what? That mayor did. Nashville. The worst thing you do is insult people, right? Like, Make the assumption you can't handle the truth as a quote Jack Nicholson absolute right. Absolutely. You can't handle the truth. They're like, Well, we're not in first grade here. You can tell us Oh, and it's just a lack of leadership. You know, when, when? When? You know I heard this on the N B a game tonight. You know? Pressure can bust pipes or create diamonds. In this case, it busted a pipe, but people who handle pressure situations Flawlessly. Create those those jewels. In this leaked e mail that went to Fox 17. That is a great take. It showed in late June. Contact tracing numbers for construction and nursing homes had thousands of Corona virus cases, bars and restaurants only had 22 in a city like Nashville natural. I mean, if you had been an actual impact women, absolutely. In an email to an advisor for the mayor's office, the Health Department official Leslie Waller wrote. This isn't going to be publicly released, right? This is just supposed to go to the mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption, said Benjamin Eagles and adviser to Mayor Cooper in Nashville. By July, the health Department was confronted about the rumor that only 80 Corona virus cases. Had been traced to bars and restaurants. Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Row asked the Health Department. The figure you gave of more than 80 does lead to a natural question if there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert 19 in Davidson and only 80 or traced to bars and restaurants. Doesn't this mean bars and restaurants are in a very big problem. The Health Department official, Brian Todd, then asked. The Health Department officials had to respond to the question. And they said that internally we certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. We could release the total, though, and then a response to the over 80 could be because the numbers increasing all the time and we don't want to say a specific number. That's cooking the books that's thumb on the scale 100%. That is disgraceful. We'll talk about it more straight ahead and take your reactions. This is merely a metaphor for everything going on in the country, folks. 704570 11 10 on Brett Winnable That's majority new stock will have it at 99. W Mike.

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

07:22 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"He got the bang. Monica Geller Yep. He he was unsure about doing that show which. All right that was dumb. If he missed all that 'cause. Tom Selleck like every human hates Rosie O'Donnell. Will. Look forward to your letters. and. He's on blue bloods now there you go. I haven't either. It's actually a good show. I don't watch it all the time, but it's actually a good show. My wife plays it and I have to suffer. Yeah. Sure. But it's actually not a bad show. So here's something district. comes. Out of Nashville her. So. In Nashville they've kept the which is a big. Kind of a big party town I'd say Nashville. Yeah. Degree they've they've since the coronavirus hit they've kept the bars and restaurants closed well on June thirtieth I guess. These e mails just came out with the emails were sent on June thirtieth Email was sent from someone at the health department in Nashville to the mayor's office. basically saying that the with they're contact tracing, they really can't confirm more than twenty two cases at bars and restaurants which they continue to insist must be closed due to health concerns. and the the confirm when they weren't open. Bar recently with contact tracing. So. Couple in town that take your they want your ID Seattle. Them Right. And then. If, they report it to the hospital where are so you get dinged at the hospital. They look up your name, your at this bar. This is where he got it. Then they go to the bars and shut up like oh you have covert here. It from there. Know the concept but. xactly. Well. I could've got it from the neighbor next door. Yep really you're on the show. Okay so only twenty two have been absolutely confirmed is coming. From and I don't even do that they could do. In that's and they make it through. The way they do it as they categorize the categorize, each each type of business that has had. Outbreaks or cases that have been traced to them. a thousand cases have been traced to each category of business with like twenty thousand I think for that county if I read this correctly earlier but then So the Health Department sends this data and ask this isn't going to be publicly released rate. It's just info for the mayor's office and they go correct not for public consumption. a month later, the health department was asked pointblank. About the rumor that they're only eighty cases, which is still a lot more but. Nowhere, near enough to get your panties in a bunch and keep everything shutdown. DANCEFLOOR okay. National citizen what does the population. Nashville's that big with Murphy's borough. That would put Nashville bigger than Denver. Yet is it really? Feels bigger with all the with all of the little extras around their nationals or Denver is only like one point two, one point three. Surrounding area kind of thing I mean Colorado Springs is eight hundred thousand with this Nashville population. Twenty twenty. ALL'S TWO MILLION That's Nashville. Proper national proper now with Murphy's borough and all the little suburbs out there are no. I mean yes. Well, it's not country you know. I wasn't country either I lived there for a little while anyway. Just five points alone. Just five points downtown a little cooler area where all the roads hit points. You can't. Throw a Les Paul Without hitting a bar. Telecaster refunder I got it. You can't throw a Banjo without hitting a bar. And, it's so much fun. Everybody's on the street original around. There's only one bar that you can take in and out from right place called frosties even a shake. With rum or loaded with vodka, I'm moving to Nashville and you can walk around with it and every other bar five points. Let's you come in with that drag you. Walk Round. Or wait until they fired this mayor. Despair is freaking out over eighty cases. Either this the mayors of Nashville. But I think his thing is more whether it's from like a religious bullshit or what he wants bars closed. I don't think so much. Paddock State I think the mayor's Democrat on. Yeah but this is so so the Tennessee lookout newspaper asked the figure you gave him more than eighty, which I guess was what they came up with after this twenty two. And I don't know where they stretch to that leads to a natural question. If there have been more than twenty, there have been over twenty thousand positive cases of Covid in Davidson which I assume is the county. That Nashville sits in only eighty or so or trace to restaurants and bars isn't that mean restaurants and bars on a big problem in the health department official I guess asked please advise recommend respond. And one of the emails he got back from one of his superiors was my two cents. We have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. So they're saying the numbers come out too low to justify their actions. So they need to be in not let them out Mel our try to say things in a way where it sounds like it's much worse. So basically he got caught. Doing what I think a lot of politicians are doing. I don't think this is isolated in Asheville at all. I think happening everywhere else the board and. There are over blowing the the the danger of covid to hang onto their power or what I I have to ask. Okay. This is driving me crazy. You say they're our. Yeah. A I get it the fact that they have the power to do what they're doing and stuff like that. But what is the purpose of the power? Well, here's here's what I think. The end game is if they're Democrats, it's to go. If you don't vote for Joe Biden this is going to continue. We not you me. Kamla. Let's yeah. Over Comma, Sutra. where? Land is you know it's the Harris Biden ticket and then and then if that fails and trump gets reelected, they can they have something to continue to go oh, look how badly look how bad this is. You think you think that's what it is i. that's a big part of the I mean, how do you destroy a an economy in kill the entrepreneurs and kill the business owners? Just. Because you want to keep.

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The discussion involves the low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, and, most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public on June 3rd. We have contact racing was given a small view of growing virus clusters, construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems with more than 1000 cases traced each category But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the Health Department asks. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info from Mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right Senior advisor Benjamin Eagles a month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. A Tennessee lookout reporter Nate Row, asked. The figure you gave more than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Copan, 19 and Davidson and only 80, or so are traced to restaurants and bars. Doesn't that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem? Health Department official Brian Todd asked five Health Department officials. Please advise how you recommend. I respond and the name of the top of the responses clipped off. But you may find the answer unacceptable. Quote. My two cents. We have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site because still release the total, though, and then a response to the over 80 could be because that numbers increasing all the time. And we don't want to say a specific number in quote, and neither the Health Department of the mayor's office would confirm the authenticity of the emails. But council member Steve Glover had a metro staff attorney inquire. Well, Wow, you imagine Because here we are. You were talking about earlier today I misunderstood. It looked like the governor was saying that he was ready to fully open Texas on Monday. That's not the case. Get 75% right bars, for some reason still get local restaurants can they could increase their capacity and I actually for those of you follow me on Twitter. I tweeted the original thing. And then I tweeted an actual story from the Houston Chronicle outlining exactly what he did say shortly thereafter, they're both part of the same. Threat. I don't delete anything on Twitter unless I misspelled something, so I'll stand behind what I tweet, and I made sure that I that I put the corrected story on there. Having said that, then why aren't bar is opening? I mean, do we have any numbers in Texas? Have we heard that bars and restaurants are spreading it? And now tonight, and it feels like and again, Greg habits a good guy. He's a Republican. He's a conservative. He's a guy I don't think would would do what they're alleging. Here in Nashville, looks like they're alleging their fudging the numbers, or at least hiding. The numbers from the public pays their salary. But if we don't have numbers that show bars and restaurants are particularly susceptible. Here's why, But why are we doing it? And again? Restaurants are opening more. They've been open, but they're opening even more to higher capacity. Do we have any clue? Does the governor or his office give us any reason why bar's still can't be opened? You go by all the liquor you wanted to store, but you can't go to the bar. Why? That's a good question. I haven't seen any numbers. I'll look into it. To see if they put amount as faras, what bars and restaurants about Corona virus cases. Like what is Nashville doing again? I see why the left want to keep things as close as possible Because it it makes people scared to death. We gotta get rid of Trump in November. I understand the political ramifications here, but there's got to be some reason. Why they're actually targeting bars, and I see a lot of people on social media. A lot of people emailed me. A lot of people will send me a note or a message. And they'll say, you know we own a bar and we're suffering we own. This place is something that we put our life savings into. Why is it that they're attacking us and specifying we specifically can open up. When we got all these other businesses that are open. It doesn't make sense. And this is all people are looking for. We just want people to make sense out of it. You want us to close something down? Fine. Tell us why. You want us to? To make a special provision social distancing only certain people inside. Great. Tell us why you said that you're going to reopen, but only 75%. Why not 100% And what's gonna take to get us to where a bar is OK? Just as a restaurant is okay? If you serve food in the bar, is it then a restaurant that serves liquor, or I mean, do we know what that delineation is? Why NOAA Lot of places They've put food trucks on the premises. So what? They're selling food that is,.

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Nashville accused of hiding low number of COVID-19 cases linked to bars and eateries

On The Edge With Thayrone

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Nashville accused of hiding low number of COVID-19 cases linked to bars and eateries

"Cases on lower Broadway and they had been so low. The mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep its secret emails between the mayor's senior advisor of the Health department reveal only a partial picture, but what they reveal is disturbing. The discussion involves the low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, and, most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public on June 3rd. We have contact racing was given a small view of growing virus clusters, construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems with more than 1000 cases traced each category But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the Health Department asks. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info from Mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right Senior advisor Benjamin Eagles a month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. A Tennessee lookout reporter Nate Row, asked. The figure you gave more than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Copan, 19 and Davidson and only 80, or so are traced to restaurants and bars. Doesn't that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem? Health Department official Brian Todd asked five Health Department officials. Please advise how you recommend. I respond and the name of the top of the responses clipped off. But you may find the answer unacceptable. Quote.

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Let me finish. I think what everyone is missing here in the story because they're going back and forth about whether the mayor was trying to hide numbers now. Being somebody that doesn't get regular information from the mayor's office. I've gotten a couple of things Whenever I ask. It's it's it's been fairly timely. I'll say then. But I don't know. I don't know. I'm not a reporter, So I'm not out there asking for Ah, your constant information for the air. They did release, apparently to some outlets. Tennessee look out. And Tennessee Lookout is going. Look, the Fox 17 has the story wrong. They're not covering up anything. We ask for information. We got it. So my question is, are the other outlets out? They're just not asking for the information. What tendency Lookout as would seek to me. It looks like they would put a press release out. Now you can go. You can say Well, this is A reward for investigative journalism. You shouldn't have to investigate journalism Investigatively journalist this thing because they should be. They should be readily passing out all the information so that you'll have to go looking for under some rocks. I'm Ringo. Well, there's the truth. How about the truth of the Daily press conference from the mayor's office? So if the information about the low incidence of Corona virus at bars and restaurants was out there, it still doesn't explain why the mayor closed them down as opposed to construction site. So I said, I think everybody's missing here is that one of the five categories were cases were going up was mass gatherings. That was the mayor's protest that turned into a riot. It. It doesn't account for all of the spike. But it certainly Didn't help. Okay, so I think that's the part of this. That people are missing. I mean, they're looking at all sorts of things that may or may not be true to me. It looks like if you're looking at these memos or you look in the stands and you're the mayor. What you're doing is you're trying to find a way to deflect the blame from you. Which is what he did. He closed the restaurants in the bars, and he didn't close. The construction sites, and so there's never been in the mayor's office never answered the question. And when they issued a clarification statement this afternoon, they never answered the question. So here is the question. The first question that I think the people of Nashville in surrounding areas who, of course, you know Nashville is the hub. And so when you got a mayor that's making decisions is as an impact not just on Nashville with surrounding area. What enquiring minds want to know is this If you're trying to If you're trying to get the Corona virus case is under control. And you've got 1251 of the construction site and 21 at restaurants and bars. Why did you close the restaurants and bars and other construction sites? I mean, you could make an argument. You close them all. But why did why did you just close one category and not the others? Why haven't you done something about the nursing homes, which is the second highest category of confirmed cases. And then the other question is I would ask the mayor in hindsight, Do you think it was a mistake for you invite thousands of people down to protest the police. Because we see a spike of one of the five categories where there was an increase. Was in mass gatherings and you Held a mascot. You let a mass gathering So if I'm the mirror, I'm looking at this and I'm going one of the five categories. It's increasing has something to do with me. And it could be a couple of it could be community social category has something to do with him. If these folks were leaving the mass gathering and going and that I don't even know how the count community Social I'm not sure that means Well, they're doing contact tracing, which is an inexact science. And so you know, we just we take what data we can get. But we do know that mass gatherings in the Corona virus in cases in the several weeks after the mayor's riot Increase by 6.1%. And so if you're the mayor, you going holy crap. I just cause part of this. I'm not saying he calls all of it, and I would never suggest that caused the intern. I mean, it's like seeing the Trump caused the entire Corona virus Bandit. I'm just saying he's not helping And what he's doing is hurting businesses that have nothing to do with Corona virus or very little to do with growing virus spread. So if I'm well, I know there are the lawsuits, you know. You got lawsuits, and you put this stuff before a jury. And you've got the the city's attorney out there trying to defend this. Let me ask you, Mr City Attorney. You have 1251 cases at construction sites and 21 in bars and restaurants. Why did he close the construction site? Well up. Ah, well, we're not talking about that. No, no, you're not because you don't want to talk about what we are. Why didn't you close down the construction sites? There is no answer other than its political. The whole thing is political, and this would have been telling you from the mass to all the rest of stuff..

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:53 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The discussion involves the low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle it. And most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public. On June 30th contact tracing was given a small view. Of Corona virus clusters, Construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems with Mohr than 1000 cases trace to each category, But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the Health Department asked, and this is in the emails. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info for Mayor's office. And then the senior advisor to the Mayor Benjamin Eagle's been says correct not for public consumption. So why would this not be for public consumption? Well, because you're going to find out. What they're shutting down is not where the problem is, and what they're not shutting down is where the problem is. Which makes you understand what's going on. This is entirely political it maybe in retribution. Who knows what the Mai I mean? This guy's so off the reservation here who knows what this guy's doing. A month later, the health Department Was asked point blank about the rumor that there are 80 cases traced the bars and restaurants. Tennessee Lookout reporter Nate Rows asked the figure you gave of more than 80. Does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of covert 19 and David Davidson and only 80 or so are traces to restaurants and bars. Does that mean restaurants and bars are not a very big problem. Well, the Health Department official Brian Todd, as five Health department officials. Please advise how you recommend I respond and the name of the top Of the response is clipped off. But you find the the answer unacceptable. My two cents We have certainly refused to give counts per bar because those numbers are low per site. We could still release the total and then and then a response to the over 80 could be because that number is increasing all the time, and we don't want to say a specific number. Well. Neither the Health Department nor the mayor's office would confirm the authenticity of the emails. But council member Steve Glover had a metro staff attorney inquire and by the way When Dennis fear your contact, then they said file a Freedom of Information Act request. Well, Glover. Had a Metro staff attorney require enquiring found out in an hour. What the deal was. They are really I was able to get verification from the mayor's office and the Department of Health and these e mails are really Lover says This is Metro national orchestrating a cover up. Glover says. They're fabricating fabricating information. They've blown their entire credibility. Then it's it's gone. I don't trust the thing they say going forward. Nothing. Lover says that he has been contacted by an endless stream of downtown bartenders, Waitresses restaurant owner's asking Why would officials not released these numbers? And Glover says we raise taxes 34%, but hundreds of literally thousands of people out of work that are now worried about losing their homes, their apartments and we did it on bogus data. I'm telling you, this guy needs to resign. What in the hell is Cooper still doing? Mayor of Nashville? I don't understand it. I mean, this is obvious What is going on? This guy lied to everybody. He kept the information from the public about what the real story was and then closed down People's livelihood. Sze Again. Fox 17 News wasn't told by the mayor's office. This wasn't true. We were told to file a Freedom of Information Act request. Which allows us to now ask the question. Why are you keeping this from us? Why would you even want to? It's just the really numbers and what could possibly be? An honorable motive and there is no honorable motive. So today Dennis Miller and the mayor get into it. And so they're talking mother have a press conference about all the action's they're taking, and they want to ask questions and boy, they don't want to answer these questions. Mayor Cooper said that his administration was driven by public health information to areas of concern where gatherings of people could become super spreader events. He cited video shared in mid July, which showed crowd swarming lower Broadway, many of the patrons not wearing mask despite a city mandate, but he doesn't take any responsibility for inviting thousands of people to a riot. Which is where the spike obviously I told you the entire time. It is no coincidence. We have a riot downtown at the end of May and by the middle of June, we've got a spike in Corona virus cases in Davidson County, and they're going. Oh, it's because of the bars and restaurants so I want you to understand. What's going on here? Because I'm gonna try to put this assisting cle as possible and try to remain calm. The mayor caused a spike in Corona virus cases and Davidson County and tried to shift the blame to the bars and restaurants downtown and in turn. They closed a bunch of them down and is putting people out of business. That's what's going on. He caused this problem, And so instead of taking responsibility for inviting thousands of people to come downtown, he puts the blame on the bars and restaurants which, as we find out from the data now we're not the problem. He was the problem. Mass gatherings had increased Corona virus cases by over 6%. The bars and restaurants were a blip. So he was the problem. He blamed everybody else. And then you look at the real. The real outbreak was construction sites and nursing homes, and he did nothing. To stop the spread there..

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:51 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Join us the bobcat fire up to 50,500. Plus not laughing at the fire. Do you say poetry? Our well, Christmas Carlo is quite the poet. You know he raging outside, he said yesterday. Allegories. What did you say? Specifically, I love whenever it was something that no one ever Says, Yeah, undeveloped lands or something. It was bizarre wildlands, outdoor spaces, Just like I love chasing fires through the rugged terrain and reporting on the grass. I mean, was something really weird Poetry hour? Yeah, starts. Remember when he said that Something about the Octopus, The condensation on a rainy day and the drops on the window. That was a good one. Yesterday he busted out right out of the gate with the octopus analogy. Like, you know, like an octopus will stretch its tentacles out. Love that guy Well, and we all went like this. Yeah, I do know. I mean, he nails it every time he talks about he does. It's gotta be the shoes when we also next hour Talk about schools in Orange County about the schedule for reopening Corbin cars has been on that story pretty pretty consistently. So we'll talk with Corbin coming up next. Our Ah, kind of a covert 19 round up there, one of the big issues that we talked about. Over the course of last week was Dr Barbara for rare Lake County public health director and this call that she did with school officials, and she kept referring to the election as a time a point in time. After which schools would reopen, so tone deaf to the politicising of the pandemic, Right? You are one of the spokes people of the county that comes forth with the guidelines or whatever you want to call them for people's livelihood, getting back to what it once wass and you need to be hyper aware of politicizing it or making sure that you don't politicize it, and she Constantly said I don't see schools reopening until after the election. Why would you make the election of benchmark? Well and listen. Everybody knows that the election is the beginning of November. Just say the beginning of November and avoid avoid the controversy. But I do not know that that was important for you to maintain complete neutrality. She came out earlier this week and said it was just that it was just a reference to timing. It wasn't a matter of politics, and it wasn't to say that you know, we can't Because it would benefit someone politically one way or the other Well, Nashville is in an interesting and similar situation dealing with what information has been given to the public about infection rates and What those infection rates mean when it comes to the policies that have been put forward by the health Department in Metro Nashville. Nashville is just restaurant after bar after restaurant after bar after restaurant after bar there on Broadway, and they're all Wonderful. They're all wonderful. We've been to all of them. So they're the Corona Viruses on Broadway may have been so low the number of infections in these restaurants and bars so low That the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret. I want to play for you. The sound from the report done on the Fox television station in breaking tonight. Corona virus cases at Nashville Bars and restaurants may have been so low so low, the mayor's Office of Mental Health Department decided to keep it a secret. E mails between the mayor, senior advisor and the Health Department reveal only a partial picture. But what is in them is disturbing. Fox 17 News. Dennis Farrior has the story. Get him, Dennis. The discussion involves the low number of covert 19 cases coming out of bars and restaurants and most disturbingly to keep it from the public. On June, 30th contact Tracing was giving a small view of Corona virus clusters, construction and nursing homes, causing problems more than 1000 cases traced to each category. At bars and restaurants. A total of just 22 cases. These e mails go back and forth, right and it says one of the health department people asks. Those 22 cases in the bars and restaurants compared again compared to the thousands that have been connected to construction and nursing homes, 22 cases in bars and restaurants, the health department asks. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info for the mayor's office and the senior advisor writes back correct not for public consumption Now. A month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor that there are so few cases traced to bars and restaurants. And the reporter for the Tennessee Lookout asks the figure you gave of more than 80 80 cases does lead to a natural question if there have been more than 20,000 positive cases. And only 80 are traced to restaurants and bars. Doesn't that mean that restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem? And rather than simply respond to that one of the health Department officials spreads the question out to five other health department officials and says Oh, my God. What do I say? Now. The response, the one that's the most controversial. Unfortunately, we don't know who it came from, because the respondent name is taken off of the email. But it says my two cents we We have certainly refused to give counts per bar. Because those numbers are low per site. We could still release the total and then a response to the over 80 could be because The number is increasing all the time and we don't want to say a specific number. Listen. This is this is the problem with this If you already know. That people do not believe what you're telling them about the virus about how a transmissible it is about how contagious it is about how dangerous it is, and most specifically about those places that you keep telling us are the most dangerous. And then this happens. Why in the world would people listen to you Avinash Mill mayor today today that bars and restaurants may open at 50% capacity thanks to steady gains against the outbreak in us, not last night's breaking news story. Now the new restrictions will take effect tomorrow. They allow for up to 50 patrons per floor at nationals, multi level bars. God, I want to go. Nice. Really nice. So much fun. I'd order fried pickles. I love fried pickles. A vodka soda. So that's what you miss from going to bars. The most like the fried pickles. Now I miss is the bad decisions, okay? You can't make those start wind. You okay? There's just fewer fried pickles at home. I was so it's It's a lot easier when someone else is making pickles. Did I tell you that my husband whipped out the friar the other day? And made fried potato chips and then fried chicken and the whole house Because of the wild fire. We could open the windows. So the whole house smelled like fried food for like, you know, 48 hours. That was full for those two days without eating much because I smelled the fryer so strongly. Oh, I got a story. A new survey, actually, of Ah, Of people in California and the cove in 19 restrictions will talk about how we feel about it when God love feelings when we come back to Gary Injun Layla.

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"One why is that? They asked? Well, that's when the vaccine could really be distributed throughout society. The question is now we talked about this earlier this week, I think we're last week that about two thirds or more of Americans do not WanNa take this vaccines right now. At all. So what do people like? Redfield, foul CI and the other is going to do essentially it sounds like they're going to be holding the country hostage. Hey if you guys don't want to take the vaccine, we don't have to open up. A mafia tactic but as time goes on, they're going to have more answering to do because. In Nashville that got caught another one guy got caught on on what they what they have been reporting. You know it was all completely fudged. And they they didn't count the can't count They point out the clustering at nursing homes and and then they falsely claimed that the the bars always assess the problem and we have to be smart enough to know who are essential who aren't essential, and that's a complete nonsense because in in a free. Society. Everybody's essential. Everybody's property is essential and everybody should protect their property and have a right to protect their property but they don't have. This does not condone the government to preempt and say, we know what is best for your health, your safety, your your physical wellbeing, your economic wellbeing, and it is this concept that has been working through population for Hundred Years Really. Bad. So it's very natural when there's a crisis which is concocted and extremely exaggerated the people have no place to go in Utah. Once you teach people to live totally dependent. You know on Largesse and government handouts and the correction has to come there is no easy answer can't be found in the people who created it. It has to come from the people who could have prevented this and that is allowing people to be free. That's why this can be all solved by. No mandates yeah. Well, this Nashville scandal is really something and. Not a big. Big In favor of jails, but really some people do deserve some time behind bars. So what happened Dr Paul? Some emails were leaked of the internal communications between the the city health department and some consultants they had so going back to June thirtieth the Nashville authorities contact traced. People where they found a corona Klausner, where did this come from and they discovered that a thousand cases came from nursing homes about one thousand came from construction and bars and restaurants only produced twenty two cases. So the health department official, Leslie Waller said quote these are in emails. You can see this this isn't going to be publicly released right just to the mayor's office. The adviser Benjamin Eagles said correct not for public consumption. Let's hide the fact that people are not catching this at bars and restaurants that have been close and so a little bit later reporter for the Tennessee lookout nate row..

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"tennessee lookout" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

12:34 min | 7 months ago

"tennessee lookout" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Yes she is beautiful lady no doubt about that and that's one thing you say about the trump administration yeah the hot babes all my money from the from the from the First Lady and I hope Hicks yeah good grades on guns you know they may know about it now let me update you on what the has gotten under my skin today and then we'll tell you their side of the story and then we'll move on to the other stuff we'll take your phone calls to six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six it started with the story that the vast stamp set me about a guy who escaped from the fairgrounds he was quarantine a homeless guy jumped the fence man so I first saw the story and I saw him in a picture you know his mug shot I guess it is and we don't want a homeless folks have such great hair I don't understand that but anyway he's got it looks like an orange jumpsuit on trust okay well this must be one of the inmates they're trying to get out of the jail and they put in the fairgrounds no from what I'm told he was he was not an inmate he was just a homeless guy it coronavirus and so they've been quarantining the folks in the fairgrounds which I have no problem with that either I mean if you know but he decided he want to leave and so he jumped the fence they tracked them down arrested a man threw in jail for is skipping a penal institution so apparently the fair grounds is a penal institution they don't wanna sing it is no Phillips a quarantine well you didn't charge him with the escaping a quarantine you charged with escaping a penal institution so in other words the fairgrounds now is a prison and you're in you're guilty if you've got coronavirus so I saw the ads and then somebody else send me the story from Tennessee lookout health department gives names addresses of Tennesseans with Colbert nine thing to law enforcement and they're saying you know they have the right to do this and blah blah blah okay so here's the response and this is from channel two the names and addresses of Tennesseans who have tested positive for covert nineteen are being provided to first responders law enforcement and paramedics and restraint agreement deem necessary to help prevent the spread of coronavirus the agreement was finalized on April third between Tennessee's department of health and the state's emergency communications board according to documents obtained by the Associated Press now I want to really put my finger on the we haven't covered all of the governor's press conferences did he make this statement out front and tell people they were gonna do this I'm not saying he didn't but he should've I mean this is a big move so we're gonna take all the claim of virus patients and we're gonna turn their names over to the police the agreement was finalized on April third so what has been going all that long but it's been going a month or so here's what they said in the agreement it says health is disclosing to T. E. C. B. then when they say help with the health department a list of names and addresses of individuals documented as having tested positive or receive treatment for Colbert nineteen health intends to update this list daily after thirty days on the list an individual's name and address will roll off the list wink wink health may cease disclosure of the list upon the termination of the statewide state of emergency for Colbert nineteen the agreement known as a memorandum of understanding was not publicized would win a year ago was not but why was it not publicize when it was signed because people like me probably raising hell about it when the but instead distribute to local leaders across the state Tennessee look out first reported on the agreement today and that's where we got the story the Associated Press is also obtained a copy of the agreement as well as an email from governor leaves office alerting city mayors of the news Brandon Gibson leads senior adviser says on April third we know all the first responders access to information regarding coal would nineteen cases is of utmost concern and she continued by saying once the M. all uses the memorandum of understanding executed the department of health and ECB expect the information flow to begin fairly quickly we ask your patience is the progress begins and please know that the health and safety of all Tennesseans as our primary goal so they're saying it's to protect the first responders and somebody respond me we will the first ones go blind are people going blind from corona virus I haven't heard that story yet no I don't want the first responders going blind the first respond you let me just back up before I say this you remember when you used to go get your blood drawn and nobody wore gloves they can wear those latex gloves remember that it was a time they did not know they can wear gloves you know why they started wearing gloves because of aids so the assumption is you've got aids until they know better well the assumption with first responders now is if you've got coronavirus in Philly nobody they're wearing masks and they're wearing gloves and they're protecting themselves from anybody they come into contact with because they don't know who has it so telling them who has it I mean I don't even know if they can actually so you're responding to an auto accident right are you going to stand there on the side of the road and wait to get a confirmation from the health department or the police department as to whether this person may have call with nineteen are you gonna go in assuming they do protect yourself and do what these first responders do which is to try to save lives I think you're going to do that so I'm not buying for a second this is the sapi this is to make sure that your quarantine and now we know if you bust out of the quarantine they throw you in jail and so don't tell me that's not what they're going to do because they just did it today and the health department saying well this is the first known case of this well it probably going to be the last so if you're wanting people to get tested this and let the health department know that they have corona virus you think this is going to help and this is exactly why they didn't make it public on April third when they did this because I knew at that point the people who would be self reporting as far as corona virus are getting tested and then we were who were not hospitalized would come to an an absolute standstill is I'm tell me again I'm just telling you from my own opinion and I have to preface this by this because I know I'm gonna catch heat from this regardless but I'm not encouraging to do did you to do anything I'm just giving you my opinion if I started coming down with symptoms of corona virus there is no way in hell I get tested there is no way in hell I would get tested knowing that they're going to protect me into the police and then what happens if I venture outside well let's you know let's say I don't have a bad case of what I want to walk down the street or something overlooking come arrest me and throw me in jail for ex gaping a penal institution which is my own home so if you're encouraged if you want people to be forthcoming about whether they have corona virus the same the way to do it this I can tell you and so that's where we are today and again I want to say it again I'm not encouraging you not to report yourself if you think you have coronavirus I'm not I'm just telling you what I would do this is my own personal opinion I can't imagine I would subject myself to this well so what if you go have to go to the hospital gets a bit well if I go to the hospital then that's a different story in the mill no but most people are going to go to the hospital most people going to ride it out so how many people do you think now we're just going to ride this thing out never tell anybody and then you'll never know who has it in how would spreading or where it's going but here's how we know how to not spread it it is for you to stay at home if you're vulnerable no I'm not telling you have to and I don't think the state or the federal government E. bike should tell you have to stay home you know the risks and you know if you're in one of these high risk categories elderly and or underlying health issues are obese but you have a chance of dying it's not a great chance but it's a it's it's a burning I mean we're talking about fifteen percent chance of dying and you can look at and say I'm eighty five percent chance of living and you don't you don't but I wouldn't take those odds if I were one of those health group so hi would stay home regardless of what's going on out there right now I would stay home if I were in that health group so now you know the information you can make the decision on your own because this is a free country but no no no no no we've got to keep these people away from me what what I mean keep away from you if you've got the risk you're already keeping yourself away from everybody else including anybody who may or may not have it that's to me the way our free society functions you give the people the information will fill one of the elderly don't stay away from folks then it's on them if somebody that's in a high risk category the side screw it I'm gonna go out and do whatever I'm gonna go to a restaurant or whatever they come down with corona virus then it's on them but again you're trying to protect them from themselves and that's not what the government designed to do the government is designed to give us the information so that we can protect ourselves but now we're turning people into criminals if they got covert nineteen and I'm telling you people are going to want to be criminal and have their names and addresses turned over to the police and so you're going to see a I would if this if the word gets out now I'm you know I'm just one guy over one radio show for now but if this story becomes widespread and everybody hears about this I would say I would probably venture to say that we're gonna see a a dramatic down pick N. N. Colbert nineteen positive cases out there because people are going to report we want them to reported going we want to know what the facts are we want to know how many we've got we wanna know what we're dealing with and you're encouraging them not to do so because you're going to treat him like a criminal and I think that's the exact opposite approach you should take but that's just me now Mike pence's spokesman is tested positive and he's the instant pot is Katie Miller and she you know she's married till she's married to Stephen Miller who was a White House White House adviser he's with trump all the time so she's got it he's probably got it the question is has anybody given to the president thanks all the same time A. B. C. was running the store today saying this president has not visited one hospital where their coronavirus page of coronavirus patients showing them his sympathy and support as are you serious you really want the president of the United States to visit cold would wards are you kidding me why in the heck what we want that what they want because they will be gets it well the president of the United States should be as far away from a cold ward as he possibly can anyway Katie Miller has it she was last seen with pence on Thursday yesterday when the vice president delivered personal protective equipment to a nursing home in northern Virginia and now we got what's his face late night gotta not Fallon but the other day the guy was on the main show Jimmy Kimmel he's claiming that the that he was delivering empty boxes which I'm sure they had mask in them so they felt or looked like when he's caring them this nothing in them because they're light but you know this is the latest thing pence is using this as a prop so Miller's merry to Stephen Miller adviser to president trump who works in the west wing near the oval office trump confirm Miller was the staff who tested positive during an event with Republican lawmakers in the White House she's a wonderful young woman he says Katie tested very good for a long period of time and then all of a sudden today she tested positive she hasn't come into contact with me but spend some time with the vice president pence was tested today was negative trump the vice president mows White House stamp which would include Miller's husband Stephen are now tested on a daily basis Miller was a constant presence in the White House press room when president trump the vice president member the coronavirus task force a brief the media on administration's work combating the disease and so I'm sure she's been sent home well they haven't called.

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