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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"Meanwhile. You video of your most recent training session on Youtube generates thousands of US tons of comments, and by mistake, you had on the option to include ads on the video so it generates some revenue for you. It's your brand. It's you. But now, you are penalized threatened with losing your eligibility over generating revenue on yourself and for yourself. So everybody else can profit off of you but you can't. Just to clarify with some real numbers, the NCAA generates over a billion dollars yearly injust rights deals the ability to broadcast their events. And the athletes upon who's back this has generated receive a good old fashioned opportunity to gain an education. Not without value but not exactly equal either. This scenario doesn't have to be relegated to the elite One Percent Zion Williamson's and Trevor Lawrence's who end up on video games. Literally, any student athletes should be able to build a brand and monetize it. They have access stories, fan bases, and if they work to cultivate and grow that reach, they should reap the benefits period full stop point made drop the MIC. Is there nuance to my dream scenario that we overlooking sure but stick with the overarching scenario? The Big Bird's eye view is far from equitable for student athletes. Now, it took fifty or so years, but we may finally be reaching a point that makes more sense for everyone without getting too litigious and into the weeds the NCAA for a longtime has forbade athletes from profiting off their name image or likeness forever. They've done this. Now that's an I l. name image and likeness if you hear that and I L. Legislation and I l rules that they're talking about the image and likeness. But California who knows how to party. Signed a law last year saying in our state student athletes can profit off of their name image likeness. It's called the fair pay to play act basically telling the NCAA you don't hold all the power. You don't set all the rules kind of like that push back a little bit myself. So well many college coaches and administrators started clipping their pearls decrying the coming downfall of American civilization if athletes are allowed to. Make money. Thirty. Other states passed the fair pay to play act and that really forced the NCAA's hand. The NCAA is now backed into a corner. You know they're like, oh, very well, if all these states are going to say that they can do it. We don't really have another play here. So they sat back and said, sure sure sure. Yeah, we love that idea. No of course. Yeah. We totally agree we universally and without fail we agree to allow student athletes to profit off their names images likenesses starting in two, thousand, twenty one. Now we can get into the. Details of that decision and the PR spin and some of the ways they've turned this story to be something they have always been in favour of, but we don't really need to stay on topic here. We have a good plan moving forward, which is great. Guy. Put this in perspective again, according to research company. Kicks Influence or marketing is a five to ten, billion, dollar enterprise and growing. Now. Let's put this through the Sports Lens a little bit and break down a little further. fivethirtyeight a wonderful sight gang. They did what they do best a massive data and projection project and put actual names evaluations together to come up with potential annual revenue numbers for athletes, student athletes here, some of the highlights and this list that fivethirtyeight put together, which is really interesting is just based on a combination of twitter and instagram followers with based on their following, but only as it relates to twitter and instagram. So there are other ways to monetize. It aren't even taking into account here. Okay. So let's get into this. Page EUCHRE's uconn women's basketball. Who I believe is still in high school is this is again, this is a projection, her brand yearly annual revenue numbers six, hundred, seventy thousand dollars Trevor Lawrence four hundred fifty four, thousand dollars, Haley crews, who's a University of Oregon softball player one hundred seventeen thousand dollars to see these are annual projected revenue numbers based on their brand name image likeness K., but it's not just these high profile players, right. We can get into the other big names in the world but let's talk about some this morning's to Spencer Leigh Iowa Wrestler could make twenty, six, thousand dollars a year leveraging his following. I did a little research into Spencer leaks. Pique my curiosity five, foot three, hundred, twenty, five pounds of pure muscle like. Do I think I by sixty pounds and he would absolutely kick the crap out of me. Okay. Back on track. Has a little over one hundred and twenty thousand followers. He should be able to monetize what he's created Dana Ricky Wisconsin volleyball. Player could make twelve thousand dollars annually. Again, we're not just talking about the elite of the elite. We're talking every student athlete that builds a brand, put the effort into it could make something of it. The list goes on and on this is just a sampling show. It's not just as who make dollar bills. All athletes who build a brand and create and distribute interesting content to grow a following. So what is this conversation all leading up to? What are we talking about here? Well, the future period. The Future of sports and student athletes up in the air the windsor changing the shift in power has begun and there is one company at the forefront of this change. influencer. NFL. CR WHO needs of right? Can I buy them all Dwayne Avowal apparently not in brand nowadays unless their brand name is I n. f. l. c. are. And their pronunciation is influenced if you couldn't figure that out. influencer is currently working with over five hundred college sports teams to assist the student athletes with curing content managing workflows and following best practices to build their brand and monetize their very existence or as UC, deputy athletic director Paul, Potpourri put it or could be perio-. Perrier spelled like the water but it could be perio- I don't know I didn't get a pronunciation guide with this. His testimony. USC student athletes have incredible stories to tell our partnership with influence or will empower all of our student athletes to share their experiences and give our community of fans and recruits a look behind the scenes at their journeys. As trojans love this these great testimonials I like that they want to empower all of their student athletes. It's fantastic influence worse collectively with the schools and. The athletes to create, win, win scenarios the student athletes monetize or the schools build their reputation and brands concurrently. Win Win. We Love Win Winds K now I don't WanNa, steal all the glory. I'm just trying to wet your appetite for today's guest. So I'll let her explain the rest and it's really good stuff here is chief operating officer for influence or needs to recant. Hi Nita today no one flow. Brian Real I. I'm doing great and I'm really excited to talk to you because it's always fun when we talk to somebody who's in a cutting edge part of the sports tech and the way the world is going rather than where it's always been I. think that's Exciting part of the conversation. So really really appreciate you coming on. Well, thanks. Did start digging in. It's cool. You have a background with the cowboys and with the SPN. So in like connick brands..

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The eighty three NC double a final that you guys think of going to play tonight and also my favorite job in Ingle comment of all time and having you actually retweeted me one time when I wrote this to you the quote let me tell you something bro you can divorce a woman but you can't divorce your sports teams yes right that is correct that is that was great I love that okay guys eighty three NC double a final you know I remember watching that as a kid and his great of the game as it was is definitely one of the classic games a lot of things about that I think people sometimes forget but the thirty for thirty got into it big time the way the game ended in what happened to Benny Andersson the adverse yes yeah Joe the fact that he went into seclusion for like thirty three years because he couldn't deal with the way things worked out you know it's a great metaphor for life he goes for a steal late in the game and gets a fingertip on it but just misses it off yes and and going coast to coast dunking the ball which would have clinched it for Houston a finger tip away you know what when Benny Andrews was growing up show in Bernice Louisiana you know small country town his cousin was Orlando Woolridge and his uncle was Willis reed so when he went to Houston by slamming jamming his teammates didn't know right away there was a ton of pressure on him from the beginning and people expected him to be the next guy in his family to con excel in the family business of the NBA and you know it's like any of us in life you know people display their true character when confronted by adversity and although he didn't handle it very well I still have always been fascinated by the guy and you know it's unfortunate what happened you know is Joe I've always said this if any does steal that ball and dunk it his entire life probably turns out there let me let me also say because I've seen that I think it's available now I know I have available right now on on optimism that the fight the authority at RTS by slamming Janet you're talking about I Nagle looking for Betty and is I know and they find him like thirty years later they find hurry Detroit right yeah right yeah right right right right right and Joe though the one thing I'll say you know because I was a big fan of that team of big time five slam jam a fan when I saw that when it aired like three four years ago when they found the man I got so choked up that was incredible incredible and and you remember again about the game against Louisville the in the final four game member I came here believe it was known as the doctors of Duncan that yeah Michael I think my Larry Michelle was talking about it Larry mutual was it yes miss Michael young miss one of the matter was you know what a team that went on leave you with this job the difference between different guys from the eighties when I was a young kid watching sports different guys how they handled adversity you know when even when Brian Bosworth acted crazy every week and made outlandish statements before every Oklahoma game he wasn't a bad person he was hurting and dealing with depression and that was his way of coping with the you know in security of feeling the pressure to play up to what's which are expected out of him it's just that and you know he later on he's he's become a much better person he went to counseling and what not he learned about the depression he deals with it and the other guy Joe Marcus Dupree one of my childhood idols that's another thirty for thirty day have on markets to pre yes Joe and I'll leave you guys with this and I don't know if any I know you saw him play Joe when I was eleven years old that I saw do pre played the famous quote if people never saw do pre play they can't begin to imagine how athletically gifted and talented this guy was faster than Herschel Walker and stronger than Jim Brown and if you know who knows if his route agent Reverend can fairly didn't take his money from playing in the USFL but yet he made he found the way when he weighed three hundred twenty five pounds and was sitting in Philadelphia Mississippi he fought out of the depression fought back got in shape and within like three months got down to two thirty five and played for two years in the NFL for the rams and and Joe as incredible of a football player as he was in Oklahoma and in high school he's an even better person and he keeps I keep in touch with him on social media yeah he only played one year at Oklahoma right it was freshman year eighty two in the very beginning of eighty three season I think after the Ohio break before the Ohio state loss he was gone already okay okay get out he was going to get on a plane that they were gonna put him on a plane his mother and can fairly send them back to Norman he's a he told the stewardess you know what I'm gonna go have a cheese burger you go ahead if I can take off that's one of the thirty for thirty still on walks to pray I said that's good stuff bro and and and pro if you get a chance if you get a chance watch that thing if you haven't seen it on flights landed so I will well it's tremendous and and how do you look for Betty and is like our call was saying and it takes some like thirty years to finally find a guy it's I think you had already seen this and we could save it for another day because god knows we have a lot of time to talk about these things but you had told me I don't even know maybe within the last year about a Careem documentary on a guy that was fun not and I I saw it last night it was it was outstanding we got to get at some point is that he is a fascinating fascinating guy Kareem Abdul Jabbar is one of the most fascinating athletes you know just on every level I every level you want to go out to do it in telecom yeah every level you want to say about him and the greatest college basketball player I ever saw I don't I you know he he was the best well I mean he lost how many games in his career forty it was a good idea to well they lost the they were undefeated and plays a freshman right and that's fresh with you for UCLA used to kill the velocity all the time in in practice they went undefeated his for his sophomore year nineteen sixty seven sixty six sixty seven and one of the few that beat Dayton in a finals they lost it they lost to Houston was the right now with the classic game in the Astrodome right and then I can beat him killed them that not only beat him kill them they lost that game seventy one sixty nine with a final score Elvin Hayes I think at thirty nine points for Houston Corinne played the game he had hurt his eyes and he basically played the game with one night it was kind of beginning of going down the road we would eventually stop wearing the goggles when he got the NBA but yeah let's take it to use in a play in the final four and Peter might think one all one I want to see the final score was one oh one sixty nine pro yeah what he said is the nine he said in this documentary that after losing a game to Houston Elvin Hayes he kind of we pumped himself up that this will never happen again and boy did he make sure that we're wasn't one of the game to U. S. C. senior year tell us two games in college over three games in college right the Houston in sixty eight right yeah you S. C. at sixty nine they won three straight national championship they beat Dayton sixty seven North Carolina which always got sixty eight and sixty nine A. B. Purdue with Rick Malibu was you know these big big time college player while the plane for the Pacers in the ABA but never became the player that he was you know ballyhoo to be in college but it's a fascinating thing right the whole seat on his conversion to Islam I mean all of it everything you got to see it it's it's just a great document no doubt no question about it Albany ga Robert journey after will come back take more your call eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six this is tiki barber with a radio dot com sports minute just over two weeks ago the NBA shut down over fears about the spread of the corona virus all the other sports leagues quickly followed suit leaving fans with an enormous entertainment void since then the conversation has centered on win games will be played again for some thinking it'll be a couple of weeks and others thinking a couple of months but whenever the games do come back will fans be allowed to go that very question was posed LA Laker lebron James on Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye's podcast road Trippin James who from the beginning has been a kids playing games without fans made some salient points because what sport without fans the yelling the cheering and crying and how fans bring out a competitive edge especially in hostile environments I definitely think it's you're responsible to play games with fans right now but without them it won't be anywhere near what we expect have you wanted to speak a.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Can recall Richard Sherman and pumping up his teammates nyrick arms that outstanding last night along with seemingly two handfuls of Niners defenders last a couple of sex for air and arms to within is five tackles for quarterback hits I'm just going thought some names he's a beast Florence Kroger and you just tell me what names and some numbers and you just tell me what you liked about the performance last thank god rewards six tackles two passes defended one of them well how physically is love how he takes the right angles love you know everything about this guy's it's Mike my negative vibes about Jimmie ward two years all but about his lack of availability due to a seemingly endless array of injuries but he's healthy he's plan any maybe Honolulu bad bound because he's been playing really really well he's he's a major step I mean nothing against I'm not ripping tar various more Petar various Morrison is a big rangy athlete he has no idea how to play corner or safety and he's really really raw and that's how athletic he is but eating energy ward going from term very smart Jimmy wars a major upgrade but I guess it offered Warner earlier of say the same thing about Jimmie ward it and the rest of the nine or defense how often do you see the niner defense as a group part of the group pic a unit or individuals how often do you see them out of position how often do you see them taking bad angles how often do you see defenders looking at each other with the international sign for I thought you had him you know what your palms up in the air and your shoulders kinda hunts like Hey man what happened the Steeler game the Steeler game was the game that that was a Jew Jew the cat down the sideline on that on that ridiculous play were tar various more took of ridiculous angle I mean they get an angle that you wouldn't see a high school safety takes so it did that just screamed out to I'm sure the niner coaches you you gotta get Jimmy healthy you gotta get Jimmy back on the field they still need to coach up to our various samples a long time ago yeah it was a long time ago my point is it is just that you have guys physically weak or you're done but I'm talking about from a from a mental standpoint which is a very very big part of the game is you know where you don't see individuals or a couple of guys out of pocket out of position on the standard defense they all seem to have a very very good idea as to where to be and when to be there and Jimmie ward is one of those guys he's emerged she's emerges a probable guy he really as he was a first round draft pick now he's playing like air Garm said never surround draft pick years later but now he's playing like it to me the other thing that's happened on this team that's kind of quiet quietly happened if you notice last night is they didn't just say a cal Witherspoon you're back in their Emmanuel Moseley Siberia next as he was that it's a mostly and Witherspoon sharing time so now what you're sensually have because Sala said it you know earlier before the you know wax week before the Arizona game that Emmanuel Moseley in his mind as an NFL starting caliber corner and there's no reason to think otherwise he's played that way so now what do you got you get Richard Sherman and yet mostly and yeah Witherspoon and what do they all have they all have size and experience and man to man coverage ability and they can play zone that is played you know mostly zone but these guys who are good enough to play man and being able to work a couple with a spoon back in slowly it's solely rebuild confidence is a good problem to have been you can no problem it's a good thing to have and you can do that because a manual mostly has been playing so well you don't have to go until you got to get in there and play because we were just barely hanging on by a thread with a manual mostly you can continue to reward mostly his good play means that he should play more and bring Witherspoon and slowly because you're not talking about a significant drop off between the two and obviously because he's healthier and he's played more Emmanuel Moseley is just a better player right now okay because with this one is working its way back he's a better player than was for so this is one of is this is this is an embarrassment of riches if you will is that you can kind of play it very cautiously with with a spoon because Emmanuel Moseley is highly photo by Robert sell it he really is that good well and also the in in the in today's NFL youth the third corner is more important than your strong side linebacker fresh you know yourself what are your thoughts I mean teams are playing some package seventy sometimes some team seventy five percent of the time right in a week or two you might she's a team player sub package over eighty percent of the time that means that your extra de bees are on the field way way way more than three year run defender linebacker that trots off for the well I have said earlier the Niners whether its base or whether it's Nicole which that's kind of a lot of your base nowadays anyway just to mention they're comfortable with that they're cool with it they have the players who can actually go out there and and give you kind of that that ability to do different things at different times cost ski tart Richard Sherman taught me how to say his name by the way your cost ski tart that's one of those ones that if you have been covering the Niners it's very easily your question it's too quick ski because that's the way it's spelled if you don't know the team it's like it's like a street name that you look at all right last night you guys grow because he's a bright and he loves the mail about Michael Lossky tart thank you if you don't know it no it he's he's awesome he's awesome and this guy is is healthy and he talk about a guy who's worked on his game I mean to Klasky has worked on every aspect of his game his interview game his film game is is is on the field games coverage I mean it's for work is technique I mean this guy's worked on his total games to nothing but work and use raw coming out of Sanford Sanford but he's he's a thumper he's an Intimidator across the middle he's he can be the play linebacker in a pinch and he's one of those guys you gotta keep account you get a yeah no worries that because you'll start shift you know and George akel G. tart he's playing at a high level right now that is true for me thank you four tackles have a sack the quarterback hit last night K. one Williams maybe one trouble as a slight corner that's how good he's been and I'll tell you one of the things I loved about K. one he he did an incredible job last night there were three or four times that I was sure he was coming on a blitz and he wasn't he was drop in and then there was other times he was working and it didn't look like he was coming in and then he was coming so I thought they did a really nice gym he's he's undersized slot corner but other than being undersized he's awesome he he knows his assignment he can play coverage he he can he the to a break doesn't seem to bother him he's got that fluidity fluid in his hips he can he can mere receivers up and down the field he he hangs on bigger receivers and gets in there to make a play despite the fact the small circle I will I think he won at first glance you go man they got upgrade their but the more you watch him new sim make play after play after play realize you know what this guy's a baller and this year he's taken to a level where he may be going the probable DJ Jones just personal do you want to talk about my personal favorites Satan the tone that was given Fred Warner that an employee in the the fumble in touch on it came after that I get it and that was that was a spear stabbing the Packers in they had a hard time recovering after that but DJ Jones just the way he was explosively wrecking the middle of that Packers defensive line I was behind so gives is for me the the ability to make this statement but when she was making those place from the jump let's renew that Packers often supply was in trouble because they knew they were going to have a tough time on the edges just because you had posted lurking and and obviously blog eventually got hurt and Bakhtiari is you need to be up and down in the backyard clam I come after me that's right he's local I know I know and what I mean you know but but let's face the Packers offense of line do not have a good game delta they knew the Packers they knew they were going to have trouble dealing with the edge but once they were getting ripped in the middle from the beginning is a wreck DJ Joseph that tell once that big do came off the ball it's just a record shop in the mills at Packer offense of line it was over and it goes back to what we were talking about with Aaron Rodgers just how last night you could see to me anyway from the beginning he knew it was going to be problematic because he knew that pressure was coming from inside and it was coming from up the middle and he had no run game to fall back on who's going to be all on him which is exactly what the nine or D. visa we were just talking about that before that's what they want they were perfectly fine with that in years prior if it's our Roger stand a better thought around you that none of the bees going this is going to be an issue for us not last night I think it started with affected DJ Joe's gonna pressure up the middle that's when the bankers knew they were in for fight anymore most underrated niner most underrated forty he's tackled the Pro Bowl he's not but he is a force he is a force and I'd say I don't care if it's the ravens offense of coordinator Greg Roman if New Orleans offense of coordinator if it's the rams offense I don't care which office coordinator it is but they this is the guy that keeps you up all night why because he's three hundred and twenty five pounds he's the strongest guy on the team is quick and he is quick and fast and he's lined up three steps from your quarterback and he's fast that does not like to get pressure in his face and this second Beachy the way he he can he can bulldoze you and throw your your carcass of a center back into your back field and say that's it or he's quick enough to nice through get an edge dip the shoulder and just stand up in up route that guard at or or center out of there and just get that penetration and and the way he goes he's a pass rushing force at three hundred twenty five pounds I guess he's gonna make a lot of money is a great guy that was maybe John Lynch is greatest pack I know people say all come on kindle in the fifth round you you have fast pass rushing impact tackle who cannot be blocked one on one and you got him in the sixth round at Ole miss that's another Ole miss Mississippi state man if you there so that they produce some serious football talent in the state of Mississippi images five nine enough with the Mississippi lessons okay nine so he has a plan for less you wanna like study cared about K. which is sure to start with that now Mandy Jones G. AG owns is a force Z. athletic ability the variety of players and owners have in the intelligence of those players have her defense take a joke you know anybody named trot now line the locker room looking very healthy and looking like a guy who may be added to this makes the next couple weeks in T. V. S. muscles on top of muscles two hundred and ninety pounds and fast street so get ready to add can tape these to the party in a couple weeks is ready to admit me go to this party are niner insider will join us at the top of the hour moved into the Niners offense as well it is time for traffic sponsored by your local Toyota dealer figures operation Black Friday is on just amounts to get the best deal of the year with two thousand dollars total cash back on the.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Locked and loaded position even wall he starts to scramble which sends a message loud and clear to the secondary if you come up towards me I'm a throat over your head if you stay back in coverage I'm gonna run it up the field he's a really special talent and that was a really impressive plate both teams have bailed out their offences at times in this game obviously that's why were tied with three forty four to play in the third but on fourteen inches with sensory trying to capitalize off a huge interception by Wagner yeah and you know you know you got to think with Feeney being the talent that he is that is that they're going to call the number here they've got maybe four inches for the first down it'll be interesting to see just how deep we can block wants to dig into the playbook for this one you've got a lot of talented options that you could go to on a pivotal pivotal for down there in one for the patriots moving to the left from the left hand speedy as a whole health backfield with a tight end for the right beanie under center had one receiver any pushes and feeding yes the yards by a mile he needed a yard he picked up he ran right over his three hundred twenty five pounds and why or why Winship you've got the size you've got the athleticism Bismarck sentry really exerted their will on the defensive line of the Mustang's they're picked up certainly more than the four inches that they needed the single set back he'd Garcia has been quiet nineteen touchdowns on the season quarterback Ryan Feeney tries to escape but he can't escape the first man Rogers Rogers makes the tackle running to the radiance for a gain of two down in eighty four cents reaches two fifty six the plane Porter number three in a scoreless tie game yeah this is been just spent a fun one to watch on so many levels it's amazing that the third corps is almost already over been playing great football on both sides Sorensen wide receiver to the right of the.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The issue of race relations as Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman you tell me the average you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trump stir have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about Ronald Reagan that I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a a certain black Congress of vision congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance act the trial initiated by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific of any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to war can become a suspected members of society and not rely on and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further their cause and here's his white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social me the other day I did a T. a little TV thing I said if Donald Trump is a racist I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed work we own our home for story more businesses were getting released from prison and reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years an Obama could have done in five lifetimes bullying all on the race and the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit with a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for on African Americans in a black congressional district and so if for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community look at the results trump said it best a few years ago what do you have to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean out clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid trumpet said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's not getting down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine biologic coming on what everybody knows that in search of an indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black like a larger Cummings or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation it's not good and when Donald Trump called coming down on that and they ran into the racism bell you know he said he's a racist and black folks all came out of the woodwork in in Baltimore saying what you think to combat the line this is where they take it too far the last one to fade they believe they can convince America through there just reflect the kitchen of either raising the races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the gum if the book if you will of the congressional black circus clown you live in a drug test rat infested crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs she committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was the little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer gonna run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun and used the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thought of Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fell and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an air pallet gun and a police officer on wittingly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals alike senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you pay for she paid for ignorant black currant clown that want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed when everybody knows that he did so he just made recouping her investment called a return on investment hello that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again the two thousand twelve of course not now they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk you know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long we've been talking about reparations is about a hundred years so I don't know we're gonna get you some reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations things like any first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like a carrot every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today as for the left any Democrat you want and let me just save you some angst black hope people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good reference for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes in the house so Nancy there the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it that day and and not only do they not do that baby to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solved your problem by the way the problems that they create there would be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people laugh and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it they said those who was I think was a coal Wallace it's a wants to exterminate Latinos really you know I mean that is the level of Kerr Kerr believe we've got to win the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way all were Latino heard that statement I would immediately go okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you the bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the fitness testing Katie shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down the trump Russian collusion B. S. an obstruction PS chosen the level that they're willing to show somebody down if they don't like what you stand for and I could go on well Kevin Jackson as proof of what you just said for two glorious years when the media behind them and a filibuster proof majority and United States Senate the Democratic Party had the opportunity of solving racial difficulties through reparations of having the second chance act no Republican could stop it they had the chance of solving the southern border issues they had the chance of legalizing illegals they had the chance of of reparations A. had the chance to do whatever they want it and the Republicans go to argue against it but they had no power and having those glorious two years the Democratic Party prove they had the opportunity to solve problems but instead of solving difficulties they wanted to exacerbate the racial tensions the Cape their most loyal voting block on their side and ever since then they've been complaining about reparations illegals in the fence on the southern border and medical care whatever the issue is they have the power on bridal to impose democratic philosophies on the whole country that it works so well in Detroit and St Louis Baltimore and they failed to do so because they knew they had they not solve problems and one last thing there's no way the president's gonna be in the rose garden and over his right shoulder ruby Nancy Pelosi over his lecture left shoulder of a Chuck Schumer and Adam Schiff actually solving a problem the Democratic Party will not let the Republicans and trump solve any difficulty because it may take away the necessity of their arguments in any person who comes to America no not not to live in an area controlled by the Democratic Party because if you do that take a.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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11:35 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman east's tell me the effort you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trump stir have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about Ronald Reagan that I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a a certain black Congress of vision congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best of racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance act the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific of any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to war can become a subjective members of society and not rely on a hook ups and and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further their cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social me I said the other day I did a terrible TV thing I said I if Donald Trump is a racist I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed where we are on our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison a reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and Obama could have done in five lifetimes boring all on the race and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit with a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for African Americans in a black rational district and so it for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago what do you have to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid trumpet said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's like getting down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beer confine Alisa Cummings alright everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black psychological means or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation is not good I when Donald Trump called Cummings out on that and they ran to the racism bell you know he said he's a racist and black folks all came out of the woodwork and in Baltimore saying what do you think to combat the line see this is where they take it too far the left one to date they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either races he races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the gum if the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug infested rat infested crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs she committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was that little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer and gotten a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun and used the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thump of Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fell and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an error pellet gun and a police officer on wittingly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what she paid for she paid for ignorant black currant clown that want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed and everybody knows that he did so changes recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again but two thousand twelve well no of course not now they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long they've been talk about reparations runs about a hundred years so I don't know we're gonna get you some reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like any first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like a cure it every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today fast forward elect any Democrat you want and let me just say be some angst black pope people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good right right for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they had the house so Nancy they had the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it that day and and not only do they not do that they didn't do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there would be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people laugh and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it they say that those who was I think was a coal Wallace said yeah I don't want to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've got you in the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way if I were a Latino and I heard that statement are we immediately okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi's gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the fitness testing case shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down to trump the Russian collusion B. S. an obstruction B. S. shows you the level that they're willing to show somebody down if they don't like what you stand for and I could go on well Kevin Jackson as proof of what you just said for two glorious years with the media behind them and a filibuster proof.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:08 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That's the new model of the the new motive of many the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work in a structured of justice did mark the investigation Mahler didn't work a race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman tell me the effort you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trump stir have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about the Ronald Reagan then I'm scared that if Reagan gets in office you're going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress unfettered congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I got to tell you every time I think about the first step second chance act the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific up any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to war can become a star ducted members of society and not rely on a hook up soon and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further their cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social me I said the other day I did a little TV thing I said I in downtown to the races I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed where we are on our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison and reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years an Obama could have done in five lifetimes boring all on the races and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit well a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so if for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago when he had to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid trumpet said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's not get down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine but like you coming on what everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black like a larger companies or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation it's not good and when Donald Trump called coming down on that and they ran into the racism bell you know instead he's a racist and black folks all came out of the woodwork in in Baltimore saying what do you think to combat the line see this is where they take it too far the left one to fade they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either raising the races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the gum if the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug infested rat infested crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs she committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was the little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer done a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun but and used a gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thumb Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fell and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an error pellet gun and a police officer on winningly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you paid for she paid for ignorant black currant clown they want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed and everybody knows he did so he just recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again the two thousand twelve well of course not now they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk you know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long they've been talk about reparations near side I don't know we're gonna get you from reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like any first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like pictures every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today or the like many Democrat you want and let me just save you some angst black pope people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good rate for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes there the house so Nancy there the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it that day and and not only do they not do that baby to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there'd be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people laugh and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it they fit the was I think was a coal Wallace it's a wants to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've got to win the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way all were Latino heard that statement I would immediately go okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you the bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the fitness Eckstine Katie shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down the trump Russian collusion PS an obstruction PS chosen the level that they're willing to show somebody down if they don't like what you stand for and I could go on well Kevin Jackson as proof of what you just said for two glorious years with the media behind them and a filibuster proof majority and United States Senate the Democratic Party had the opportunity of solving racial difficulties through reparations of having the second chance act no Republican could stop it they had the chance of solving the southern border issues they had the chance of legalizing illegals they had the chance of of reparations A. had the chance to do whatever they want it and the Republicans go to argue against it but they had no power and having those glorious two years the Democratic Party proved they had the opportunity to solve problems but instead of solving difficulties they wanted to exacerbate the racial tensions to keep their most loyal voting block on their side and ever since then they've been complaining about reparations and illegals in the fence on the southern border and medical care whatever the issue is they had the power on bridal to impose democratic philosophies on the whole country that it works so well in Detroit and St Louis Baltimore and they failed to do so because they knew they had they not solve problems and one last thing there's no way the president's gonna be in the rose garden and over his right shoulder ruby Nancy Pelosi over his lecture left shoulder ruby Chuck Schumer and Adam Schiff actually solving a problem the Democratic Party will not let the Republicans and trump solve any difficulty because it may take away the necessity of their arguments in any person who comes to America no not not to live in an area controlled by the Democratic Party because if you do that take a look at your in Saint Louis number one crime city in America St Louis number two is Baltimore number three is Memphis number four is Cleveland number five in Chicago everyone controlled for at least fifty years by the Democratic Party and they know they don't solve problems but they're very they use emotion and heart strings and I hope I hope it doesn't work in twenty twenty I hope it isn't going to work in twenty twenty and you could you could go on down that list by the way remove any of the removal of top five cities for crime stats and we're don't don't dare move remove the top twenty because we do become the safest nation in the world with all of our guns look it does put the problem is a very simple one and I know you got to run the problem is there's too much money to be made in race camping and I wrote the.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Now here's a man who's been recognized the recipient of the one but two whiskey just Marconi awards broadcast the one in over much to do about efforts for the places from supporters president trump himself with white supremacy that's the new model of the the new motive of amending the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work an obstruction of justice did mark the investigation Mahler didn't work a race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman tell me the effort you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trumps there have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about the Ronald Reagan then I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress of vision congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I got to tell you every time I think about the first step second chance acts the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific of any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to war can become a star ducted members of society and not rely on a hook ups and and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further his cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social me are I did a T. a little TV thing I said I if Donald Trump is a racist I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed where we own our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison a reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and Obama could have done in five lifetimes boring all on the races and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit with a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so if for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago what do you have to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid trumpet said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's not get down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine allies you coming on what everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black like a larger Cummings or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation is not good and when Donald Trump called coming down on that and they ran into the racism bell you know he said he's a racist and black folks all came out of the woodwork in in Baltimore saying we need to talk to the line see this is where they take it too far the last one to fade they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either raising the races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the dome if the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug infested rat infested crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs she committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was the little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer and gotten a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun but and use the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thumb Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fail and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an air pellet gun and a police officer unwittingly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals alike senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what she paid for she paid for ignorant black currant clowns and want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed when everybody knows that he did so changes in recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again the two thousand twelve well of course not no they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long they've been talk about reparations runs about a hundred years so I don't know we're gonna get you some reparation black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like in the first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out the electric here's every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today or to elect any Democrat you want and let me just say me some angst black pope people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you again right for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they had the house to Nancy there the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it that day and and not only do they not do that baby to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there'd be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people met and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the.

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"Himself with white supremacy that's the new model of the the new motive of many the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work in a production of justice did mark the investigation Mahler didn't work a race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you your available to talk to you man you tell me the effort you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trumps there have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that a master the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism left a verbatim for mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about the Ronald Reagan then I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress unfettered congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best of racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance act the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific up any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to work to become a star ducted members of society and not relying on a hook ups and and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further their cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social media arts I said the other day I did a little TV thing I said I if Donald Trump who laces I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed work we own our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison and reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and bomb could have done in five lifetimes bullying all on the races and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit with a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so if for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago when he had to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean out clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid trumpet said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's like get down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine but why is it coming our way everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black psychological needs or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation it's not good and when Donald Trump called coming down on that and they ran into the racism bell you know it said he's a racist and black folks okay model would work in in Baltimore saying what do you think to combat the line see this is where they take it too far the left one to state they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either raises his races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the dome is blue if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug tested crime infested snake infested lady neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was the little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer done a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun ban use the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thumb Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fell and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an error pellet gun and a police officer on wittingly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you pay for she paid for ignorant black currant clown that want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed and everybody knows that he did so he just recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black vote in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again the two thousand twelve well of course not no they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money how how long they've been talk about reparations runs about a hundred years so I don't know we're gonna get you some reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like in the first generation for legal immigrants need the black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like a carrot every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something let me tell you or to elect any Democrat you want and let me just say me some angst black pope people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good right for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they have the house to Nancy there the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it that day and and not only do they not do that baby to do anything on of justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there would be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people Matt and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it who was I think was a coal Wallace said Donald Trump wants to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've got to win the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way all were Latino heard that statement I would immediately go okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you the bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the fitness Eckstine Katie shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down the trump Russian collusion B. S. of structured B. S. chose to the level that they're willing to show somebody down if they don't like what you stand for and I could go on well Kevin Jackson as proof of what you just said for two glorious years with the media behind them and a filibuster proof majority and United States Senate the Democratic Party had the opportunity of solving racial difficulties through reparations of having the second chance act no Republican could stop it they have the chance of solving the southern border issues they have the chance of legalizing illegals they had the chance of of reparations A. had the chance to do whatever they want it and the Republicans go to argue against it but they had no power and having those glorious two years the Democratic Party proved they had the opportunity to solve problems but instead of solving difficulties they wanted to exacerbate the racial tensions the Cape their most loyal voting block on their side and ever since then they've been complaining about reparations illegals in the fence on the southern border and medical care whatever the issue is they have the power on bridal to impose democratic philosophies on the whole country that it works so well in Detroit and St Louis Baltimore and they failed to do so because they knew they had they not solve problems and one last thing there's no way the president's going to be in the rose garden and over his right shoulder ruby Nancy Pelosi over his lecture left shoulder ruby Chuck Schumer and Adam Schiff actually solving a problem the Democratic Party will not let the Republicans and trump solve any difficulty because it may take away the necessity of their arguments in any person who comes to America no not not to live in an area controlled by the Democratic Party because if you do that take a look at your in Saint Louis number one crime city in America St Louis number two is Baltimore number three is Memphis number force Cleveland number five in Chicago everyone controlled for at least fifty years by the Democratic Party and they know they don't solve problems but they're very they use emotion and heart strings and.

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"For his broadcast the one in over the old kind of much to do about efforts politically supporters president trump himself with white supremacy that's the new model of the the new motive of many the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work and obstruction of justice did mark the investigation Mahler didn't work a race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman you tell me the effort you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trump stir have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about Ronald Reagan that I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress of vision congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance acts the trial initiated which by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America is specific of any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to work to become a star ducted members of society and not rely on a hook ups and and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further his cause and here's his white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social me are I did a little TV thing I said I if Donald Trump is a racist I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed work we own our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison a reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and bomb could have done in five lifetimes boring all on the races and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit well a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so it for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago what do you have to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid drop it said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's not get down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine biologic coming our way everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black like a larger companies or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation is not good and when Donald Trump called coming out on that and they ran into the racism bell you know he said he's a racist and black folks all came out of the woodwork in in Baltimore saying what do you think to trump in line see this is where they take it too far the left one to fade they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either races he races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the thumb if the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug infested rat infested crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs she committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was that little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer and gotten a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun but and use the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thump of Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fail and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an error pellet gun and a police officer unwittingly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you pay for she paid for ignorant black currant clowns and want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed when everybody knows that he did so changes recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again the two thousand twelve well of course not now they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long they've been talk about reparations runs about a hundred years so I don't know we're gonna get you some reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like in the first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out the electric here's every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today Ford elect any Democrat you want and let me just say be some angst black folk people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good reparation for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they had the house to Nancy there the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it that day and and not only do they not do that baby to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there'd be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people laugh and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it they say that those who was I think was Nicole Wallace said Donald Trump wants to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've got to win the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way if I were a Latino and I heard that statement I would immediately go okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going.

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"The radios the recipient of not one but two Christie just Marconi awards broadcast the one in the old the old coming much ado about efforts for the places from supporters president trump himself with white supremacy that's the new model of the the new motive of many the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work and structure of justice did mark the investigation Mahler didn't work a race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman tell me the average you see happening today because so many of the other Aeros against the trump store have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about the Ronald Reagan that I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress envisioned congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance acts the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific up any of his policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to work to become US productive members of society and not relying on a hook ups and and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further their cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social media arts I said the other day I did a little TV thing I said I if Donald Trump is a racist I hope America becomes the most racist place on the planet we are black people employed where we on our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison a reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and Obama could have done in five lifetimes boring all on the race and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit well a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so it for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago what do you have to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid trumpet said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's not get down let's get it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine but like you coming our way everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black psychological needs or any member of the congressional black circus one of those plans then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation is not good and when Donald Trump called coming out on that and they ran into the racism bell you know and said he's a racist and black folks all came out of the woodwork in in Baltimore saying we need three to trump in the line see this is where they take it too far the left one to date they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either races he races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the dome is the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug infested rat infested crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was that little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer and gotten a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun and used the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thumb Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running out the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fell and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising played one sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an error pellet gun and a police officer on winning we perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you paid for she paid for ignorant black currant clown that want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed when everybody knows that he did so he just recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black vote in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight level that'll never be achieved again but two thousand twelve well of course not no they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long they've been talk about reparations runs about a hundred years so I don't know gonna get you some reparation black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like in the first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like a carrot every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today or to elect any Democrat you want and let me just save you some angst black pope people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good right right the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they had the house to Nancy they had the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't deal with the day to do it and and not only do they not do that they need to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there would be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people met and that's the reason for this is that it's a it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it I think that those who was I think was Nicole Wallace said Donald Trump wants to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've got you in the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way if I were a Latino and I heard that statement are we immediately go okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you the bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the spinach Eckstine Katie shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down the trump Russian collusion B..

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"Why do we coming in the great American welcome this times rainy afternoon in the tri state coming up later course tonight and Reds baseball live from Washington read your course lost last night seventy six exciting game but Aquino Aquino reminds me a George foster and Frank Robinson the guy's unbelievable but until then of course there's much ado about efforts politically to smear trump supporters and a smear president trump himself with white supremacy that's the new model of the the new motive of many the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work an obstruction of justice did mark the investigation Mahler didn't work race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman you tell me the effort you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trump stir have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior credit Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about Ronald Reagan that I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress of vision congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black churches gonna burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best of racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance acts the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America in specific up any of its policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to work to become a state ducted members of society and not rely on a hook ups and and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further their cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this for blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call in races I love it keep going social me the other day I did a little TV thing I said if I if Donald Trump with the laces I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed work we own our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison a reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and bomb could have done in five lifetimes bleeding all on the races and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit well a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so if for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago what do you have to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid drop it said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's like get down it's getting dark it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beer confine alive you're coming on what everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black like a larger companies or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation it's not good and when Donald Trump called coming down on that and low they ran into the racism bell you know zero either races and black folks okay model would work in in Baltimore saying what do you think to top of the line see this is where they take it too far the left one to fade they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either races he races he races that people are going to go for it let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the dome if the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug test the Grattan tested crime infested snake infested lady neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf you and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was that little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer done a run on armed robbery and the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun and used the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thumb Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running at the police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fell and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an air pellet gun and a police officer unwittingly perhaps but the officer didn't know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you pay for she paid for ignorant black creek clown that want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed and everybody knows that he did so he just recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again the two thousand twelve of course not no there have been nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which how how long they've been talk about reparations runs about a hundred years so I don't know we're gonna get you from reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like in the first generation for legal immigrants need for black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like a carrot every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something let me tell you for the like many Democrat you want and let me just save you some angst black folk people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you again right first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they had the house to Nancy they had the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it today and and not only do they not do that baby to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you out that they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there would be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it who was I think was a coal Wallace it's a wants to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've got to win the Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way if I were a Latino and I heard that statement I would immediately go okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the fitness Eckstine Katie shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down the trump Russian collusion VS an obstruction B. S. chose to the level that they're willing to show somebody down if they don't like what you stand for and I could go on well Kevin Jackson as proof of what you just said for two glorious years with the media behind them and a filibuster proof majority in the United States Senate the Democratic Party had the opportunity of solving racial difficulties through reparations of having the second chance act no Republican could stop it they had the chance of solving the southern border issues they had the chance of legalizing illegals they had the chance of of reparations A. had the chance to do whatever they want it and the Republicans go to argue against it but they had no power and having those glorious two years the Democratic Party prove they had the opportunity to solve problems but instead of solving difficulties they wanted to exacerbate the racial tensions to keep their most loyal voting block on their side and ever since then they've been complaining about reparations illegals in the fence on the southern border and medical care whatever the issue is they had the power on bridal to impose democratic philosophies on the.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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13:11 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What can you have a great American welcome this time draining the afternoon in the tri state coming up later course tonight and Reds baseball live from Washington read your course lost last night seventy six exciting game but Aquino Aquino reminds me a George foster and Frank Robinson the guy's unbelievable but until then of course there's much ado about efforts politically to smear trump supporters and a smear president trump himself with white supremacy that's the new model of the the new motive of many the left wingers let's face it the whole diatribe against Russia didn't work in a production of justice didn't work the investigation Mahler didn't work a race is now the next card to play and in my view one of the great Americans living today on the issue of race relations is Kevin Jackson author radio talk show host and originator of the blacks fear in Kevin Jackson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in Kevin Jackson how are you bill countryman you tell me the efforts you see happening today because so many of the other inroads against the trump stir have not hit critical mass and now the democratic party's going back to their playbook which is calling Republicans racist I have a long line of quotes of many prominent Democrats over the years that I've mastered the name calling we have the circumstance of Mrs Martin Luther king junior Coretta Scott king saying that Reagan quote will replace the bill of rights with fascism lifted verbatim from mine cough you have in your area of town no congressman William clay said about Ronald Reagan then I'm scared that if Reagan gets in offers are going to see more the Ku Klux Klan a resurgence of the **** party and then going up to twenty oh five you have a certain black Congress envisioned congressman like Maxine waters saying quote George W. bush's our races he's a fascist and so I look at the democratic playbook they've been doing this for a long time including if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn I think the Missouri Democratic Party ran that a few years ago against bush forty three that if you vote Republican another black church is going to burn this is typical but with this time do you think it'll work with black folks I think this is the best racism discussion we've had in decades and trump is destroying the notion of Republicans being racist and I I gotta tell you every time I think about the first step second chance act the trial initiated with by the way will have the most positive impact on America in general and black America is specific of any of its policies I chuckle at the idea of racism we're talking about policies that are going to take black mostly black men out of prison get their records essentially expunged enough for them to go back to work to become a star ducted members of society and not relying on a hook up soon and you know side kind of deals to do to to make a living and reunite with their families and the black president who did nothing to further his cause and here's this white Republican rich guy who's got no skin in the game who's done this the blacks the single most impactful piece of legislation for blacks in decades and they want to call them a racist I love it keep going social media arts the other day I did a little TV thing I said I in down some of the races I hope America becomes the most racist places on the planet we are black people employed work we own our homes were story more businesses were getting released from prison a reunited with our families this man has done more for blacks in two and a half years and bomb could have done in five lifetimes bleeding all on the races and not the the the idea of looking at the results of liberalism in urban areas of our country was taking hold a little bit with a lot a lot larger Cummings and others the worst place to live for a African Americans in a black rational district and so if for fifty or sixty years Democrats or liberals have had their say in the black community looking at the results trump said it best a few years ago when he had to lose I can look at the comments of senator Harry Reid talking about Obama NO wait before he was elected he said quote this is the leader of the United States Senate Harry Reid of Nevada said quote Obama could succeed because he's a light skinned black with no Negro dialect unless he wants to have one on quote and then you have John Biden talked about how clean how clean Obama is can you imagine if bush or Reagan or or god forbid drop it said that a black man was clean and that he was light skin had no Negro dialect what would see an end of done with that but when Democrats do it it's it's it's like get down it's getting dark it would it would be it would be a year long news cycle and it would never end but here's what you said something critical and I think this is where the narrative of of the the the racism Donald Trump beard confine but like you coming on what everybody knows that in certain urban indoctrination center here if it's run by somebody black like a larger companies or any member of the congressional black circus one of those clowns then you know it's going to be dangerous it's gonna be rat infested drug infested crime infested and whatever else other kind of infestation is not good and when Donald Trump called coming down on that and they ran into the racism bell you know he said he races and black folks all came out of the woodwork in in Baltimore saying we need to talk to the line see this is where they take it too far the left one to state they believe they can convince America through there just with repetition of either raising the races he races that people are going to go for let me tell you everybody with a brain knows that no matter where you live if you are under the thumb is the book if you will of a congressional black circus clown you live in a drug testing crime infested snake infested lazy neighborhood that is just waiting to engulf the and this is been going on for decades and it's fun to watch because as I said there's been nobody bill who has brought this level spotlight on the the calls of racism in history nobody he's destroying it and I love it August ninth twenty fourteen Michael brown an eighteen year old on drugs committed an unarmed robbery on video he then is walking in the street with Dorian Johnson who was that little fella claiming hands up don't shoot Hey Hey all I. N. uniformed police officer done a run on armed robbery in the description he received was very close to Michael brown walking in the middle of the street it was six three about three hundred twenty five pounds he called him over to the car Michael brown tried to gather the gun and used the gun of the police officer to kill the police officer two shots were fired inside the police car one of them struck the thumb Michael brown and the officer was in a life and death struggle for the gun because obviously Michael brown if you got the gun would have murdered officer Darren Wilson he then runs off and Darren Wilson gets out of the car orders him to stop Michael brown does not he stops turns around and because of the elliptical blood drops it showed by the F. B. I. blood standards that the Michael brown was running at a police officer when it when he was shot six times including twice in the head Michael brown fail and died there because of Michael brown's behavior Trayvon Martin was killed because of Trayvon Martin's behavior to me are rising Cleveland sadly was killed because of his behavior pointing a a an error pellet gun and a police officer unwittingly perhaps but the officer did know that and Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior now Elizabeth Warren on the on August fifth on the fifth anniversary about a week or ten days ago tweeted out that an unarmed black man was murdered by a white police officer white a white liberals keep wanting to play that note when the facts don't indicated in fact Michael brown was killed because of Michael brown's behavior why don't white liberals like senator Elizabeth Warren have to pander to the ignorance of some African Americans who don't want to know the facts Hey that's what you pay for she paid for ignorant black currant clown that want to believe the Michael brown didn't get himself killed and everybody knows he did so changes in recouping her investment called a return on investment bill that's all this is and let me let me ask you this question do you honestly believe that there is a candidate running in the Democratic Party who's going to mobilize the black vote in any way shape or form even to the two thousand twelve levels of Barack Obama forget two thousand eight levels that'll never be achieved again but two thousand twelve well of course not now they have nothing so the only thing that the Democrats can do Elizabeth Warren is they go back to mom's milk Hey you we know are you stupid blacks believe that Michael brown was killed you know got was killed by Darren Wilson when all the evidence shows to the contrary and but that's the only thing I have so they're not offering up reparations which we're going to get you some money which out how long they've been talk about reparations is about a hundred years so I don't know going to get you some reparations black people even though being born in American having the opportunity of being an American is all the reparations seems like in the first generation for legal immigrants need the black people still want reparations and and and Democrats hold out there like a cured every two to four years because they they want to make black people leave they're gonna get him something money today or the like many Democrat you want and let me just say be some angst black folk people listening to the great bill Cunningham show you a good reference for the first two years of Obama when they had a filibuster proof Senate they could have passed reparations they had sixty votes they had the house to Nancy they had the presidency what Barack Hussein Obama if they wanted reparations for those two magnificent years not one evil Republican go to stop that but the Democrats didn't do it today and and not only do they not do that they need to do anything on you know criminal justice reform and a host of other things that black folks want because here's this here's a little secret decoder ring for the stupid Negros wanna listen they are going to do anything for you because they need you upset they need if they solve your problem which is by the way the problems that they create there would be nothing for you to be mad about so they need people laugh and that's the reason for this is that if it's nothing more than a game is a money grab of the highest order and let me tell you bill this is the first time in a long time but I believe black folks are finally waking up and saying you know what I get it they say that those who was I think was a coal Wallace it said wants to exterminate Latino really you know I mean that is the level of hyperbole we've gotten to a Democratic Party where they think they can at least put it this way if I were a Latino and I heard that statement are we immediately okay now I know your line I know you're being disingenuous and now I'm definitely going to both the top and and let me tell you the bill Donald Trump will win in a landslide Nancy Pelosi's gonna lose the gavel for second time and it will all be the Democrats doing and then the fitness testing case shows you the level they're willing to go to shut you down to trump the Russian collusion B. S. an obstruction PS chosen the level that they're willing to show somebody down if they don't like what you stand for and I could go on well Kevin Jackson as proof of what you just said for two glorious years with the media behind them and a filibuster proof majority in the United States Senate the Democratic Party had the opportunity of solving racial difficulties through reparations of having the second chance act no Republican could stop it they had the chance of solving the southern border issues they had the chance of legalizing illegals they had the chance of of reparations A. had the chance to do whatever they want and the Republicans go to argue against that but they had no power and having those glorious two years the Democratic Party proved they had the opportunity to solve problems but instead of solving difficulties they wanted to exacerbate the racial tensions to keep their most loyal voting block on their side and ever since then they've been complaining about reparations illegals in the fence on the southern border and medical care whatever the issue is they had the power on bridal to impose democratic philosophies on the.

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"All right our number to bill Reilly Utah Utes will be our guest in just a minute real quick as far as finishing up with Mike castle we will bring both Mike Kessler back and also the gentleman that worked on the deal with the mark these two guys on east sixty did an outstanding job and the Conrad mean wearing a deal if you want to find out more about the east sixty pieces called the squad and Conrad made wearing his court date in Los Angeles is set for August twenty eighth we will follow up with both Mike and mark and follow that case but you can check it out and it in fact ESPN news was where I got to watch it last night prior to coming on the air with my counselor today can Thompson fish vein on a big Monday will run down the ridge badge in Philly Toyota towns were but a little bit later Greg rebel of course the voice of the B. Y. U. Cougars came on last week and you know one of the games that you know if you haven't gotten into this series like I I grew up back east I knew you know USC football since I was a little kid because that was my team dad was the Ohio state guys knew all about Ohio state Michigan you know USC UCLA when I was young was bigger but USC Notre Dame became even bigger and and has been for a long time and you know the Auburn Alabama so you know these rivalry games but I'll never forget when I moved down I lived here in Vegas and have a good body that actually played football back in the day with coach Pat hill I think recruited him way back when and there's a book that was sitting on his on on his living room table it's called the holy war and I just like I looked I saw you know football is like what what is this and inside you Todd be why you and started going through this book and then started talking to my good pal core Hilton and day and several others that are both connected with B. Y. U. in Utah to find out just the historic game they've had it just a unbelievable series of games now rebel will tell you Hey Thompson I promise you eight of those games that we've lost in a row we should a one five of those games I promise you I mean if you go back there is I I don't I can't explain it it's just happened and I remember when USC was on an eight game losing streak to Notre Dame I was like well I don't have too many excuses bill Reilly now the voice of Utah he will tell Greg rebel Greg is eight it's gonna be nine come August twenty nine thirty thirty first whatever this game is I know it's coming up I think it's that opening Thursday but to for that came to be the very first game of the two thousand nineteen season fish fan I'm chomping at the bit and we're very blessed right now to have bill Riley the voice of Utah he joins a storm basketball joins us during football has been coming on for years does an outstanding job E. S. P. N. seven hundred on the am dial there in Salt Lake City and you can pick him up I listen to many times down here in Vegas because that station comes in down here as well bill it is great to have you back on sports radio Hey can I order a I'm doing okay my man I mean this is a series that I just love and I you know I I guess I really didn't realize it'd been that many in a row to rebel brought it up the other night because I just I enjoy watching the game and knowing that first off Utah's coach who's one of my favorite coaches in all sports does matter what sport Kyle within him as a guy that I respect even though he's taken it to my boys from Troy many times but I just look at this guy the way coaches and I say you know what this guy gets it and not only that he's the guy that runs the special teams and year in year out you can always look at Utah there's always they're always one of the best teams as for special teams year in year out and he takes pride in that they're always a team that seems well prepared win or lose most of the time I would think under the tutelage of winning and you would say this team at least was prepared going into the game and I went to the game by a couple years ago USC and Utah I was there with my daughter and we have third row seats and we're right there behind the Utah damage and Utah scores late and I told my daughter I go they're going for two they're going to go for the win they're gonna go for two and I'm done just thinking if you guys just run the ball just like you scored that touch and I got they run the ball USC's not stopping him and for some god forsaken reason things changed and he ended up not getting the two and ironically I'm walking back to my car and who do I run into is Kyle's brother and we're talking on the way back to a walking out of the you know the back towards USC campus and whatnot and I'm saying I can't believe that your brother engines run the ball again I I'm sure they would have gotten it if they just kept on the ground pounded off tackle and he was like yeah he goes I I you know would be interesting to get his take and I never did but I was kind of cool to you know talk with Kyle's brother walking out and just a great game and a game that you top probably should've won I I thought they deserved to win and I thought they had the momentum and it was one that USC escaped with and I know that's when the probably sticks in the Craw of of coach waiting and I know he's got to go back to southern cal this year we'll get into all that but these Utah Utes demand somehow someway were able to make it through the season but you talk about injuries I mean you lose your quarterback in your star running back I mean was a tough year last year for the use on the injuries well I mean again the less Tyler Huntley and he was playing as good a football as anybody in the month of October last year they won four in a row scored over forty points and all those games he breaks his collar bone a campy Jack ma's hurts his knee in a weird accident Mister the end of the season and they were still able to find a way to win the pac twelve south last year and then held Jake Browning and mild Gaskin to three points in the pac twelve championship game people conveniently forgot yeah they were like out what you've got lost I gave it a loss and three on one of the weirdest strangers plays you'll ever see that pick six up the sideline but they they were toe to toe with you know the arguably their two best players out there Britain copy towards ACL in the first half so they they were really close to having a special season last year cannot and I think the sheer if they stay healthy that's always the big gift with anybody that they're probably the best team on paper heading into the packed full season I agree with you and I look at Oregon offense of Lee and I take to Oregon to win the north and you try to win the south and you know one of the reasons is Britain caffeine here's a kid coming off to injuries I believe a wrist injury and a knee injury but you tell I mean what is a kid way soaking wet one forty five one fifty eight is probably about a Buck sixty pretty solidly put together it's five foot nine but he's tough he played with a broken wrist all year you heard it in the Washington game third game of the season and played the entire season is that slot receiver and then he ended up here in the ACL in against Washington in the rematch game tough as nails should be back for the opener against B. Y. U. but they're not gonna Russian they get a really deep and talented wide receiving corps and a look at getting a guy but they've got a lot of B. and B. plus guys and they have wide receiving corps so I think they feel like they're okay in there your Britain may be back in time but if he's not they should be okay for at least a game without it okay on the in the trenches we know the D. line is backing to deal as always solid for you died seems I mean thirty seven sacks last year defense will get after you you bring back you know Zack Morris like you said this guy in nine games a thousand ninety six yards and eleven touchdowns and then shine stepped in did a really nice job over five hundred yards five touchdowns he transferred to Texas tech Google play for Matt wells they did find a quarterback as well and chasing Shelly to back up partly so it's kind of nice having a little security blanket there Huntley though is a dangerous guy there's no question this guy when he's focused control that football twelve touchdowns six packs rush for another three or four and four but he's very versatile he's got great speed you can get around he's a very loose of guy I mean when I ate it when they go out it with Arizona to watch Huntley and Tate that'll be something special but talk to me a little bit about the offense what about the old line how many come back for the use their I will be back there trying to find they've got a good group they just have to figure out who the other two are and where they slot in they're waiting on a chase the all American out of Garden City to arrive David illegals San Diego six foot eight three hundred twenty five pounds they their heels he should be in on Wednesday and that's kind of the peace there waiting on pending on what he does if he plays at right tackle they'll slide the guy at right tackle inside if he's not quite ready then they'll they'll move around but the office of line will be good Holly's fantastic Gaby look weeks back for a second Steve is offense of coordinator here the best two years in the fourteen the tiles co coach the Utah best to statistical years or any lead weeks first an anti Ludwig fourth that fourth year happened to be the Sugar Bowl year they beat Alabama and went undefeated Ludwig went off to power five jobs because you thought with the power five school at the time and and one of the reasons Kyle said a little bit of a revolving door key because he was trying to find that guy that was you know an ideal match to what if you look weak did because that's what tile liked ostensibly and then he was able to go back out now that Utah's established itself as a power five program had those deep pockets to pay coaches and he was able to get any to come back from Vanderbilt worries been really good the last couple of years and so let weeks back were dating the offense again that you saw the way you gave that Provo is eight twenty nine so it is that Thursday night looking for that remember we have two games on the twenty fourth that Saturday they'll be one that'll be with Miami and Florida that will be in Orlando and then we get the lake in with Arizona so we'll get to see Tate go there and take on the role of ages boys on the island in a why that'll be.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

15:48 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mcallister to that great reds win yesterday, perhaps the most dramatic win. I've seen in many months that my ballpark, the great American, the red Severn opportunity getting on the cusp of first place by sweeping the crew then going out to LA beating up the angels come back next weekend beat the cups. If the reds Giger sweep the brew crew there like a game out of first place. But maybe I'm dreaming coming up. Also in about one hour is Jay Ratliff, the Atlantic monthly they believe in a forty page article has solved the missing m h three seventy about five years ago, Malaysian airliner on its way from Malaysia Vietnam suddenly was gone, and the, the experts, scientists the writers have gotten together, and they think they've solved what happened to the airplane, and that's going to be in about one hour. But until then you might recall about several weeks ago, there was rather large man at the YMCA in Cincinnati acting up. Police arrived called there. And then this large man was beating the crap out of a police officer. And as a consequence had to be taste and Russell to the ground was like a m a fight. Almost some of the anti police activists in town. Very unhappy with the fact that these things went on joining me. Now, sergeant Dan hills of CPT the president and sergeant hills. Welcome, again, to the Bill Cunningham show. How you doing? Billy I'm doing well can I can I give you Connell? What, what what happened and what they're really upset about me. Speaking out about what happened plea to please. It'll be it'll be two weeks ago, Willie two weeks ago this evening. That officers were dispatched the YMCA in Washington hill. Montana. For a for a man, rather large, man. That girl off the basketball court physically push them off. And said, yeah, I'm gonna shoot. You guys got to leave. Well, their grandmother got involved, and he pushed her away to. And so they all want to YMCA staff and said this guys out out, he's not doing the right thing. He's, he's being disorderly. So they the YMCA staff called the police, and the police came, and they, I they cleared everything with YM fees on the leave. And they said, great. Well, when we me we've if he does that is that gonna be criminal trespassing found Ceram little bit makes it, yes. Don't stand by that. They went in and they told us large individual, you gotta go, and he was a little bit disorderly kinda muddled around some other people talk to him. And he's already he's going to start walking out what he. Changes his mind he turned around and I walked back at that point, the two air male female, after the male alter took him by the arm to turn them around and heading back out at this point turn around, and he got on the on those, like Muhammad Ali ready to get out. And he said, everyone get takes me seem to go ahead and ain't gonna hurt me. Guess what? He was right. Taste it didn't hurt him. So he goes to attacking this police officer and standing above him pounded him with his fist. He's going you bitch. You bet you bitch. I can say that, right. You can't what did the other officer do during this time as as well. She as the subject, and he had no effect, David was not affecting a and trying to pour pull him off her partner. Well, so this alter sustained ship of his right. I know on T because blood was willing to his he doesn't think that he started to lose consciousness, what he's not sure about that. And at some point, I think he probably was close to that. And he ended up with a broken orbital bone, take quite some time before he's going to be able to street as I was closed, followed up, and so the media, Wayne the story, but then have full context because they didn't have. This picture of this officer. Right. Afterwards, I purchase officer asked him if I could put that picture out there and he said, yeah, launched put my name out there all the time. He said. It's one of those things that pitching. Stay with the incident. So what happened if I'm one of the other officers, and this guy is beating my fellow partner bashing his head into the in into the into the basketball court, and he's bleeding. Why didn't the other other officer pull out her nine millimeter and kill him? Well, that that's, that's what I'm gonna speak about with my reaction. So you're right. Let's say chronological a couple of guys that were in the gym comb out and they separated. This guy, other officers arrived more, more USA, tater, Kirk quietly guy was handcuffed to the complete thing story. What happened there? He was handcuffed. So that was exactly what I kind of put out there. I showed this officer inter, and I, you know, again, pointing out how hard our job out dangerous our job to be I said, the, this very well could have been deadly force. Encounter. Sure. In employing talk pretty. He could've been shot with would've been. It would have been legal. The courts would've seen it because his wife was in danger. He could have been he could've died from brain trauma, from the types of was getting and also reminded everybody again, as I was being for my social media, that once control consciousness, controlling her weapon on what you control your early things could happen. We all that was back in nineteen eighty seven right before I started on police department. He killed cliff with his own gun. He shot back shot from with close gone shot. Another policeman shot a police dog all because he disarmed us policemen. So I this is really a scary moment. I didn't hear any of our leaders talk about how awful this was so I spoke out about it. So media, I ended up on your morning show with phony talking about it. And since then Al Gerhart Stein, ours role areas those. I mean, I'll go hard stain is a bright bright ACLU attorney who's made millions of suing police because the governmental authorities in control of the police department always settled, these cases for millions of dollars. An hour is role as an anti, please zealot on the left who always looks the angle to make police look bad. Please continue. She charges something I think the called the black United flaunt and, and unfortunately, our city hall leaders have seen them to allow them to take a seat in what's called our collaborative things. So they're, they're sitting on a collaborative, and she's a group called the black United front, and I don't know. They are very clever. They wrote an op-ed together. Her up at started out with a couple cents that are show. Please do artwork, which works out of the attack YMCA, then as it. Right. And we don't support efforts by Dan Hill's if they. Incidents like this political and, and, and that's what they're cues ING the union that, that were saying that were using for for politics on saying you gotta be kidding. They're, they're talking about bad things happening in years, politically. That's what they do all the time, and then they go into a talking about all these other things. And so they said they support that officer. But yet, they're op-ed it presents is about him and what occurred to him. And then about three or four paragraphs about, you know, their usual stuff in one of the things that it talked about the three hundred K's ings of us because they brought up Kevin Brown and said, I was breaking about that. The three hundred eighteen years since I from two thousand thirteen to two thousand eighteen so I, I have a question for you willy. Yeah. Whether we're talking about the alien force, where we're talking about paving. Let's, let's go Delhi. If you do not commit a crime, and you obey orders by police officer would is your chance of being shot by since I've police officer zero is only is gonna put it from zero to one hundred and you, you got that one. Right. If you do not violate any laws, whether you're a kid, or an adult and you listen to the order, and Abadie order of order police officer is your chances of being in the city of that less than zero. I don't know. Everywhere, but narrow. And so in all this Harka that they put out there and they're off at about the, the Mandy a mentally ill. I should have talked about hill all community. You know why didn't they mentioned that if we really want these things we should wait not break the wall. And when arm and pelvis. Hey. Sergeant hills the the, the head of the anti zealots town says the following, for example in appears at the man who attacked the police officer at the YMCA has serious mental health issues labeling him vicious and evil as part of the call for police support improperly uses this troubled man for political purpose. That's you. And so when is man, male and female cop shows up in uniform, and this large black man is pushing teenagers, all the courts and pushing grandmother, are they, what are they supposed to make a quick mental health evaluation and do not what they're saying that we somehow we're supposed to have our, our mental health radar vision on, and this man has mental health issues and I don't know what you're supposed to do different when he punching your lights out, though. That's the part of really troubling. We're supposed to quick assessment with number two. What am I supposed to do different when he's mentally ill when he's punching my life out each? Punch is smashed the skull about police officer in killed her made him physically disabled for life. I'm amazed that he wasn't shot in the head by the other police officer because that was flown assault. That man was committing a felony against saying in uniform Cincinnati police officer. And my only question is the female cop probably could not get involved because she would have been hurt even worse. And then you call for help, everyone shows up multiple tasing has no affect on this guy because I guess I was blubber or whatever the hell it is. And now you're being attacked for not evaluating mental health acting Xenophon, six three three hundred twenty five pound, young man could somehow be mentally evaluated. This is ridiculous. I'm being attacked for saying that this was an excellent opportunity or the community to come out of four four. These leaders come out and say to the community look this is wrong. This is some didn't happen. I absolutely unforgivable. This is something that we should not ever happen in our town, and everybody needs to go that, yes, it's got a lot worse. And to if it would've would've backed officer, and nobody will say that nobody but, but the f o p will say that they would've back this officer and I know there are some Q out there willy that would back a police officer if he has to hear she has absolutely force that incident like that. The whole hear anybody else say in our place, ministration not nobody else will say. And when I say, you have these anti police come out and say that I want more people to be shot, not my best thing whatsoever. If you don't wanna be shot, if you don't want the police to shoot anybody don't. Punch their lights out. We are not societies punching bag and don't get the punch our lights out and think that everything's homemade flying. They knew that. Was any other human being which to enter for police officer Willie discussing their reaction? Their reaction had percents of all one of the point support us, saucer baloney supports honor gave them another opportunity with talk about the things that they hang with something like us saying, hey, a certain number of, well, I manage all those agent everyone those toy committed a crime and resisted arrest and you know, how many would have been committed crime nor zero that that's right? Did hero. What's reinforce that? Let's not, let's not reinforce these other issues that always try if you cooperate with police officer, you don't break the wall hero chance of me. And I do champion shards sergeant hills when sunny hill was murdered and Madisonville the politicians could not more quickly, get to his casket and cry. Those crocodile tears about the difficult circumstances in which Sunday Kim found himself. And how brave sunny Kim was the officer underneath that vicious vicious felon at the YMCA was very close to having a sunny, Kim type funeral in which the politicians pagey said fields, and the Dwight Tillery, what have been in the front of the line crying, crocodile, tears, about the sacrifice of the police officer. But when you have to save your life by tasting somebody and the restraint shown by CBD in this case was remarkable. You don't see the PG Tillery or the white sit felts. Anyone else coming forward to say you know what that officer did exactly what that all should have done. And the restraint police officer shown was remarkable that didn't happen. Did it? Did not happen, and he didn't come forward and saying that when you go out of police officer when you attack a police officer like this, we will stand by that police officer in the matter, what it, what it takes for him to defend himself up to, and including deadly force. And when I said it like I said before, then the anti delegates wanna come out and say that I'm wrong for saying what's true that the courts would support it. That's that is a legitimate help offense. You cannot allow yourself to get your lights punched out. No, it puts everybody if that officer would have lost control his weapon everybody around there would have been in danger, but there's no there's no court in this in this country that would sit there and say that a police officer has to get his life sponged out. That is not required. If not part of job, we did not sign up to get our lights punched out, we signed up to take on risk. Yes, but not to stay in there and let somebody and that's not what the author wasn't letting him punch out. He was he was fighting back. No need to know that we're allowed to defend ourselves. We gotta go sergeant Hill's year. You're fighting assu, NAMI. It's impossible. I mean that's the science is in essense, breaking down the respect from enforcement is out, an all time low and these incidents, come and go with no big deal when a child eleven year old is taste who's a thief, and the officers found to be clean and what he did. And then the city pays a quarter of a million dollars that tells you all you need to know about the disrespect. The cops are held in this city. Well, we gotta run. But sergeant Dan Hill's. You're welcome here all the time. And believe me, their voices, you whenever here and faces you will never see who believe exactly the same things that you and I believe, but they don't come out of the woodwork because politically, the politicians have made the equation that approach is not welcome to get reelected..

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XL Men Demand Fashion: Are You Shaquille ONeals Big, Sexy Model?

Business Wars Daily

03:35 min | 3 years ago

XL Men Demand Fashion: Are You Shaquille ONeals Big, Sexy Model?

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Wednesday, April twenty fourth one reporter Daphne Howland of the industry site, retail dive wrote about the explosion and women's plus size fashion. Something happened that surprised her larger men reached out to or saying they want the same kind of mainstream and high end fashion that plus size women are now finally enjoying about a third of American men are so called big and tall, but such larger sized clothing. Only accounts for ten percent of all menswear sales Forbes reports, but now there is a bit of increased attention to creating good-looking fashion for men who are taller and heavier than the average guy retail dives Jalan reports on a handful of specialty in mainstream companies paying attention, including the clothing box company, stitch fix and men's online retailer Benito's both recently. Attended their men's sizes to be more inclusive stitch fix told retail dive that when it announced an XL offering for men twenty five thousand customers signed up on a waiting list, and blogger called the Kirby fashion Easter lauded bonobos saying that this move is another validation that plus size men belong in mainstream fashion brands. Oh, and if you had noticed there's a walking billboard for fashionable big and tall men, and he's looking for you Shaquille O'Neal who stands seven foot one and weighs about three hundred twenty five pounds has a line of big and tall men's clothing, it JC Penney through Sunday shack is conducting a nationwide search for model his size. He's often called a giant. And there aren't many like him he acknowledges so pennies is working with a modeling agency will Amenas in what they call the biggest and tallest search around looking for shack says big and sexy guys. Like me, maybe the publicity will finally help this miniscule slice to the menswear market grow. A lot bigger. Rum. Wondering this business wars daily, if you find this story fund tweeted, would you word of mouth is how people find thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see tomorrow. This episode of business was daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa zero IPO gets into the blood, sweat and tears of business growth. What it took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today, and what they learned in the process. The first episode is a candid conversation with venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen. He's incredibly articulate and to the point with his advice to entrepreneurs right now about halfway through episode two which is all about what to do when you get your big idea. I can't get enough of zeroed IPO find it wherever you get your podcast.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Max I step off the snap is absolutely ridiculous for someone who is three hundred twenty five pounds and now yes, he's a one technique. So the Cowboys aren't going to draft him high. That's absolutely true. It's probably not a and the Cowboys already have a one technique. That is also true. But it is one hundred percent true that fat guys need breeders. And if you have to one techniques that can explode through gaps if you can keep them fresh that means that you're able to get a pass rush from your big guys and still be able to stop the run. I talked to him. He said that he would much rather be gap. Penetrating one tech than somebody who was supposed to or asked to to gap. More often let him penetrate and let him. Be that disruptor that he wants to be in that he can be. And I got another penetrating guy that that can probably play both spots the one in three that's rental rin-, Rona state defensive tackle. He's he's a very physical. Impressive guy. I'm not sure it's exact measurable. But I know what Arizona state. He was like six five to ninety five imagery Dalton's looking it up now. But he's. His six four four three fifteen. Yeah. So he's a guy that not he can play three. Oh, he Accu his three. I think is is. I is just absolutely ridiculous. He's just into his tape. It is tape it. Arizona state was just a little inconsistent. He would have spurts where he looked like a dominant dominant pass rusher, and it would kind of disappear he doesn't really have counter moves. But man has first up explosion. He does have a swim and remove that he's able to win with it the snap. But he he's a lot of fun, man. And he's a guy that kinda reminds me a little bit of what we saw a me Collins coming out of Nebraska, just a guy that can get up the field can get in the backfield affect the quarterback, I up as absolutely unreal. Super explosive guys. So he's a guy that I'm kind of interested in could be around in that, you know, second third fourth round would be a huge huge upgrade, I think at the three sect Nique and be able to play the one as well. So not only can you slide over a three in rush the passer. But as you were just talking about when Antoine woods needs to be there. You put Maliki in at the three you put a rental in at the one, and you're not missing much of a beat. And I think that would be huge in terms of not only the flexibility and versatility. But. Being able to add a guy that can get in the backfield live in the backfield. Really disrupt, you know, the quarterback. Real quick breaking news. We have the top five speeds from the senior bowl today that is being done, by zebra technology. And it's something that's really really cool. They'll track the speed of the players the speed of passes that are thrown and they'll give you the numbers of how many passers thrown over fifty miles an hour, forty miles an hour, thirty miles an hour. They have some really cool technology, and it's really fun to see that after these practices. Have concluded. Today's five fastest players. The first one was Terry. Mclaren who is a wide receiver from Ohio State. He ran twenty two point two miles an hour, which would be the fastest in the NFL this past season. The next one is Cory Ballantyne. Who is a Washburn DB? He's five eleven one eighty eight. He ran twenty one point six miles an hour. And then we have Jordan Brown from South Dakota state who is six foot and six so six zero six two hundred pounds on the dot. He.

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"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Bernard Bergan

Bernard Bergan

08:52 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred twenty five pounds" Discussed on Bernard Bergan

"Responsible. Right. And I love how you put that. Because I think that's where most people failing. I think that's where clients find the most value is that, you know, in in just some of our back on fourth on responsibility versus accountability, you can delegate responsibility. But you can't delegate accountability. What I love is when I was scrolling back through, you know, our our chat messages. I saw crystal cleaning three hundred twenty five pounds or four hundred number is now and again. She's a countable to what she is going to do delegate that to someone else. Hey, hey, a Caitlyn. Why did you do the way like as my as my win? Task alone at all. Got to talk about me too. I'm responsible for counting on me. So I have to be accountable to the sister. If you even the law and to everybody who's a part of precision in part of the household their candidate B. So I have to be accountable to all those because if I get up the walkway. The mortgage doesn't get paid. The leadership is you know, out the window at the at this point on fiddle. Have those abilities quite yet to lead? Both the household in the business. So. Was like this is almost like a geyser saying that accountabilities is a choice that we've we've made whereas the responsibility in some cases can be just kinda put on us. It depends on the roles or responsibilities that we actually have, you know, whether it's in our career life family life, or what have you like the responsibility is discount come with the territory of who is that we are. But the accountabilities can almost be trashed if we if we just don't wanna do it. You know in this unique, you know in itself is. Yeah, I do hope my self accountable for the goals that I set for myself, but I'm responsible for feeding. My kid. I gotta do you that are you could go to jail. Yeah. Yeah. But if you don't do your job, you get fired, but being abo- is taking on extra task in what the everyday person, we call extra like, I got a call from my captain. He's like I need you to head up. This. We need the numbers by that's not our responsibility per se. But if he holds me accountable to that because he knows that could do it then it's gonna level via are after like accountability. Get you levels responding run our say this, you know, accountability. Plus your destiny equals a dynasty. You'll get high performer. Serena Williams, Tom Brady, you know, Dr Thomas their insistence there were there the right person in the right system in that system holds them accountable. And it helps them go beyond places that they would imagine for their own lines. And I think again, that's where our clients find the most valid value because they're they're part of amazing programs in the mazing coaching communities, but the gap is. Is being held accountable. And I think, you know, for the many clients that wanna sign up, and yes, we don't take on more than you know, are slotted clients in when someone graduates we've been recruit new clients. But the reason why we're so selective is because again, many people are not ready for extreme accountability. Many people are not ready to be a part of what we're doing here at accountability gurus. What would you say? I you crystal than you Stephen that people can do to prepare. You know, if they're number does come up to work with the accountability groups. Basic most definitely be prepared to be the work. Right. I mean at the end of the day. Having some set gold in front of you is is most definitely going to be the most important thing. I mean, how can we help anyone accomplish anything? If we have no clue words that they're going run. And then of course, having that that will to do or the want to actually accomplish the goals that they said that they wanna cop his be most ordered. I can say just personally, it makes absolutely no sense for me to work with anyone that hasn't full-on bought into their own program or to their own goals. I can't do anybody, you know, any Justice. But if you believe in whatever, it is you're trying to accomplish I can work with that, you know, but it's gonna most definitely difficult if you walk in with little faith is you can get it done in with the correct mindset to start the journey for me. You know, that's my buying. For by Stephen how how can people prepare to work with the count ability gurus? Hey attention. For me. It's paying attention. Like, no one on here is here waste your time. We're not here to have our time wasted. So if you need to take a cue card out or something to jot down notes pay attention because it really comes down to how do you really want this? Because if you really did we wouldn't have to repeat that book title four times. So is are you prepared to take in the information and move forward? Are you just here for a good time? So I can run and we e addicted to self help or. Yeah. Like, that's my thing. Like by. Here's because I'm paying attention. And maybe it's a gift. I don't know. But maybe we can teach you gift of pain. Right. And you know, one thing that's unique about this accountability group is not. Unfortunately, we have to let people go when they, you know, break what they said they're committing to because at the end of the day. You just nail that. And Chris crystal you set it up as well that we are not here to deepen friendships. We're here to get you from point a to point B, and then let you off the bus in which route the system, I think most times people will take your money in have you be a part of a program. Even if they're not checking in with you and demanding that you prove that it's working for you. And that's that's where I think we have, you know, a slight different edge in this light the FRA touch where demanding that you prove that you've got to the gym on time that you woke up at four AM consistently. You know, and that you did get certified in the training that you said you would get certified in. I think that's that's different than what most people are used to. How do you think most clients are gonna take that when they're let go from something? That they feel will I can afford this. I should be allowed to be part of it. I think it'd be a good shake. Not. Good chairs money can't buy it. Right. I could buy it. But if you're not doing the right thing, you you're going to Hewlett waste Jamin. You'll be let go run. Yeah. But I mean, she said. Hard time money can't buy money. Cannot buy the grind. Nobody can pay for that. Like you have to work for that. You got to want it. You gotta get up at four or five. Whatever time you get up in the morning. You know, you gotta put in the work. You gotta do the hours. You gotta be able to do multiple things at one time. Like, even if you paid to be a part of any program the end of the day, you can't pay for the result. I'm doing the work for eagle. I don't know why this is coming up in my mind. But it goes to like when the volunteer process or anything like when titan people in we're having communications, and I see knock truth, you have to be accountable to be honest. So if you make up something that's not true in its discover, that's bad on you. And the reason why we have to be hard on that is because that's what really makes you accountable to the truth. It like you telling the truth to me run. Right. And what I what I barely heard. There was if you're countable to the truth the truth will set you free. You know, you do the reps. If you write the speeches if you call the the event planners, if you sit with your coaches, if you make the accountability calls that truth will set a real if you free the exceed your goals of such a free to truly heat

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