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Derek Chauvin Files for New Trial in Death of George Floyd
"Vin's attorney files a motion today asking the court to throw out his guilty verdicts and schedule a new trial attorney Eric Nelson sites, jury intimidation and failure of the court to sequester the jury and asking for that new trial showman was convicted of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. He's scheduled to be sentenced in June. Governor Tim Walz
Biden Called Floyd Family to Offer Prayers
"Underway in the murder trial of former officer Derek Shove in the fate of the former Minneapolis police officer is now with the 12 person jury. President Biden calling the family members of George Floyd before the verdict in the murder trial of Shou vin boxes. Jeff Manasso has that part of the story. The White House confirms that President Joe Biden placed a call to the family of George Floyd Monday. Floyd's brother, Phil Otis, telling NBC the president, let him know the family is in his prayers. The president is also expected to address the case in some capacity after a verdict is reached, and his tensions build in the twin cities where Governor Tim Walz also Monday addressed change. If we don't listen, those communities in pain and those people on the streets or we will be right back here again. There's emit a stepped up law enforcement and National Guard presidents and a state of emergency declaration. Governor also saying that no matter the verdict that life and property will be protected.
Jury Resumes Deliberations in Derek Chauvin's Trial
"The Derrick show Vin trial has just resumed deliberations. Shelving. The former Minneapolis police officer is facing 2nd and 3rd degree murder charges and a manslaughter charge in the death of George Floyd. Minneapolis, as well as other cities in the US are bracing for reaction from the public. Whichever way the verdict goes. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz is calling for calm. We have to have that change. We can't live like this. We cannot continue to live like this. Governor. Ball says schools won't be in session this week in Minneapolis in
"tim walz" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Babbling fox News Coming up in the next segment, Be a little over 10 minutes will be joined. By her, always enjoy it again. If you if you haven't head out this morning, Make sure you be very careful out there on the roads and give yourself extra time because it's knowing it's gross gross outside. 6519895855. We're gonna continue our chronicle ng of Governor Tim Walz and his vaccine failure. Rollout, But first go to Jason calling from forward Jason, What's up? Hey, Good morning here. Just don't hear it forward. We've been doing first teaching since early October. And so when I just don't understand what the deal is with the teachers union of there and then it's over. You take precautions. The kids are buying into it. So it's not a big issue here. Distancing your mask. You had your chance. And you are the things of that nature. He claims sports. We got our first game girl, Nice and I mean, they're so desperately do something when he said, we're gonna go to the theater, you're one complete. They should have cheered the first time We did it. He's here. They're desperate to do things and I just I guess it just annoys me When I hear the teachers out there. Um, you know, kind of taking the stand. They are just It's ridiculous. They're just annoying. It's ridiculous. It's annoying, and it's offensive, you know, and thanks very called Jason. I appreciate it's good to hear that that things are moving along, and it's somewhat normal fashion in for Worth because up here, the most powerful political force in the entire state is without question. Education Minnesota and nothing happens unless education Minnesota checks off on it as long as governor walls is in power, and as long as the DFL is able to pull the strings. And this ties into what we were discussing with this first of the four weeks of failures of the Walls administration when it comes to the vaccine rollout as we mentioned a moment ago, and we'll get into another one here in a minute. Minnesota Change course mid January when it comes to rolling out the vaccine, making roughly 1.1 million more people eligible, even though we didn't have the vaccines, and that included Right teachers and child care workers. Let me take a moment here and two what the caller was saying, and this article that we've been holding onto this is Matt Walsh out of the daily wire run through some quick points from here, he says..
Governors outraged by more Trump admin vaccine supply lies
"Outraged after Operation Warp Speed told them there was no federal stockpile of a covert 19 vaccine, as was promised Minnesota's Tim Walz, We sent the letter this week and said, Don't hold him back. Release him, they said, Okay. They were lying. They don't have any doses. Help back. There is no strategic supply for the second dose. Is CBS News Brief on that Piper? It's
"tim walz" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Then Governor Tim Walz is also responsible for the deaths of individuals going to the hospital as well because his lockdown orders with ones that ended up destroying the health care industry in the state, where they had the lay off thousands upon thousands of individuals that caused the shortage in the first place. The hospitals aren't full because of covert their full because of other individuals who unfortunately succumbed to the propaganda and didn't want to go to the hospital for fear of getting sick and I don't blame them. Let's go to mark in Farmington. Good morning, Mark. Good morning. How you doing? Great. Good, Say I was just kind of curious. Everybody has been getting these Clorox wipes know that weapon down. Things know that And here's the virus is airborne. What about just getting air purifiers in their age Back system, which kills airborne germs and also viruses that would reduce it in restaurants do that businesses. We do that? But that please our governor? No. Yeah, I don't think so. I think it's a good idea, and I think they should do that. Regardless. But no, I don't think the look. The restaurants were already following all the rules. They were already doing everything that was asked of him on the governor's Shut him down anyway. So you know I don't I don't know. I don't know what it would take for the governor to go to reconsider this decision. It certainly isn't you know, following his his rules and his mandates Well, hey, you know what if you want to go if you want to go dying in and eat, just go buy a plane ticket at the airport. You're still you could still do that. Go to casino and you should go to a casino down there, either one of the many fine casinos here in the state of Minnesota. They're all still operating. Americans are in full revolts against the pandemic lockdowns an article from reason will dive into. Plus, we're gonna get to more of your phone calls coming up on Twin cities New.
"tim walz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Portage Michigan to 2.9 million doses that are gonna be part of that first batch? They're already all prepared. All in vials are stored in special freezers here at the facility. Those freezers keep it at the extremely cold temperatures. It needs to be at now. Those vials in trays will now be placed into boxes. Those boxes are also equipped to keep the vaccine at the cold temperature, and then it's gonna be loaded onto trucks and those trucks. Many of them will be headed out to airports, and so begins the process of distributing this to more than 600 addresses across all 50 states. Leaders of those states are urging patience is Friday was the deadliest day of the pandemic in the U. S. There were thirty three hundred nine deaths reported, according to Johns Hopkins University. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker were only able right in these early weeks to service and provide the vaccine for Health care workers and for those in long term care facilities. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz is gonna take a little time to build up that immunity. Oregon Governor Kate Brown We will be launching an intensive And culturally responsive out outreach effort to build trust and confidence in the vaccines. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. I think we're at the beginning of the end, as opposed to the end of the beginning what it will take a while, he says. Chuck's Iverson ABC News today on Twitter. President Trump calls the U. S. Supreme Court decision a great, disgraceful miscarriage of justice. The court declined to hear a lawsuit brought by the Republican attorney general of Texas against four states has been to overturn election results. The Electoral College will vote Monday and that will seal President elect Joe Biden's victory. You're listening. To ABC News. Way. News Radio Times 702 Governor Jared Polish says nearly 47,000 doses of the newly approved Fizer vaccine will come to our state and pending approval. Colorado will be shipped 95,600 doses of the modern, A vaccine a new report out of C U Boulder, suggesting that people who have already had covered 19 should give up their spot in the vaccination line, allowing access to someone who has not been exposed. Dr Dan Layer More's assistant professor of computer science at C U, He says prioritization modeling found herd immunity could be reached faster. If people who have not been have not had covert are prioritized. It increases the speed at which we approach either herd immunity if we're trying to reduce infections or these reductions in mortality. They all come a little bit sooner if people voluntarily give up their early spot in line, a Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment spokesperson says they're reviewing.
"tim walz" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And final hour Friday edition of Justice Andrew Thank you so much for spending some time with us this morning. We very much appreciate it. We got the Friday News quiz coming up in about 40 minutes. Your contestants will be the lovely, talented new radiance to me at the sand Severe and the lovely, talented, radiant Max Reimer feel so special. I'm sorry title. You're right. That was that was inappropriate. By the way, real quick. I know we've got calls and guest to get to, But I have a very, very important question for for a roundtable guess Max Rammer. How did you get that hand door thing? Toe work at your Richard? Oh, yeah. Is Bluetooth is blue, too. So if I have my phone, and the Bluetooth has enabled in my back pocket, I can basically scan any appendage in my body and make the door open. That's bizarre magic. It's awesome, too bizarre. I am not microchip. I actually deleted the police because too many people were thinking that I was microchip. You put a post on instagram of you walking up to your door and you wave the back of your hand over the over the little, the little fob and it opened the door will not be taking any microchips as long as I am alive. Okay, so let's get that out. He's got out of the way cool. A lot of people you know, looking to keep their exercise routines going as we move into the winter months when it's the harder to meet outside. In one way, a lot of you'll do that if they joined fitness clubs and gyms like lifetime joining us now, Jason funds from senior vice president of corporate Communications for Lifetime Thank you so much for coming on the program. We really appreciate it. You've got a good morning. We obviously know you want to dive into the new measures that Governor Tim Walz put forward. Can you go back? Go back a little bit and talk about how you've been dealing with this year. So far, you know, and I'm assuming, but you can fill this in Jason. I'm assuming the struggles that lifetime has been has been going through it. And then as we move into what is gonna happen now to two lifetime to your to your business. No question. I mean, and we joined so many other businesses. And I know you guys talk about this repeatedly. We're not. We're not unique in this category and the impact of the shutdown, you know, Look, if we rode back to march when we knew very little about what was happening Would actually say we welcome the shutdown. Lifetime complied immediately. The downside of that is we had to furlough about 98% of our 40,000 team members. That was pretty pretty tough toe. Good to do what we came into a year in our fastest growth cycle in our almost 30 year history, opening 10 to 12 clubs a year and then immediately put everything put the brakes on. And you know it took up the six months to get all of them back open and as to your point now, here we are sitting in Minnesota, facing the notion here at the end of the day on Friday to close 23 clubs here again and re furlough another 4000 of our team members keeping in mind that we still have 20% of our team members on the sidelines, you know, look, is so many people have said. A cure for this thing can't be worse than the virus itself, and you just have to question what what we're doing here that data for health clubs is showing quite the opposite on, Dwight would strongly argue. Also observed the problem particular particularly the time in Minnesota, when things were getting cold, and we're all gonna have more time on our hands. What's gonna happen if we take away this this time where people are otherwise staying healthy, and it's the best events against Kobe Ed? Going to spend more time in malls. They're going to spend more time congregating and spaces and I think I really fear that the impact here is going to grow. It's not. It's not actually going to get any better. Especially considering that you know, one of the best things you can do during when you're dealing with a pandemic like cove. It is keep yourself physically fit and active. That is a really important aspect that if that doesn't get talked about enough in, you know, trying to be preventative and even catching it. But if you do catch it, giving yourself the best chance Of getting through it with with minimal complications or problems is being fit. Having an exercise routine keeping active, you know, not not carrying around too much extra weight, and that's what health clubs do. I mean that that's what that's what your organization exists to do. So you couple that with the fact that there's not a lot of spread happening at these facilities. It really makes you scratch your head and wonder why health clubs ended up Azaz part of the overall list of things that have to shut down. No question it's been. It's been a head scratching theme of health clubs being lumped in with bars and restaurants. You know our for our data when when we re opened our first club in Oklahoma City and In May and roll forward. We've had 21, a half million visits across North America. Total of 962 reported cases. You guys, that's 9620.4%. And so to your point, we would say we are actually helping people implement the best defense. They have. They said. You take that thing away. What are they going to do with their time They're going to congregate elsewhere. And oh, by the way, the messages, quality shopping. Keep doing that. That's open for everybody. You know, until we have a vaccine. The best thing we could do is exactly what you just said. Keep ourselves healthy. So money on under reported points here with the deaths of government. Look, it's real. It's a It's a real disease. It's something we need to take. Seriously. We believe mass are important. We believe space social distancing is important. We put a 400 page protocol in place. For our club's reopened every square inch of lifetime is clean, safe, safe and distance. We actually think masks don't take freedom away. They actually bring him more freedom because they keep places like lifetime open that you want to visit, but But again back to the point.
"tim walz" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Starting today, no more indoor dining in Minnesota Governor Tim Walz says people should Only be socializing with people from within their own households. It's not easy and it's not fair, but it's a sacrifice that we need to make. If we don't do that. And we continue to spread. We will with absolute certainty put our hospitals at risk and those that need the care as well as the care providers. A lot of health care workers are getting sick themselves. Others are burned out or simply overwhelmed. Here's the real danger here. This isn't just a matter of statistics that 180,000 cases and Now we're back to about 2000 deaths a day. It's the hospital system. It's the health care system. Chris Wallace is the host of Fox News Sunday. I've talked to some really smart people did not trump doctors, not biting. Doctors have doctors. Ooh, and health care of officials who say If this continues on this path by Christmas, the healthcare system in this country is going to be completely overwhelmed and you're going to have more. You know, and these air, potentially life threatening cases of that We've gotten better at handling it coded. Then we have hospital facilities to handle it and You know, at that point you begin. If you're the governor of the state of this is Mayor of the city. You got to deal with reality. You know, It's like it's like saying, Well, I don't know that I want to pick up this Now. You gotta pick up the snow. Yeah, I read this heartbreaking Twitter thread by this nurse. I want to say, you know, pass. It was somewhere in Texas, and she You can take any more. She she quit, at least for now and on her last day, she told Coronavirus patient who didn't who she didn't think was gonna make it. He still didn't believe it was true. And then until they wheeled him out, and then he saw all the people in the ice to use and then he changed his mind. Um 1000 people. One of the 1000 people in North Dakota thereabouts have now died of covert. They have amassed mandate now, not in South Dakota, not in Montana. But the governor there. Mark Gordon says he may Have to step in. I think they wanted people that take responsibility, but a lot of people just aren't well. I mean, look, why is this spreading its not according to the experts that I've talked to us because the disease has gotten worse. It's because we're not taking the steps, and obviously one of the steps was to stay outside, and that's become much harder to do a zoo. We get cold weather, you know, it's not like winner or light full early winter is is unforeseeable. But had we Taken. You know, the three W where a mask I forget with that state socially distance. Watch your hands. Uh, you you you know you You do everything you can and do a lot. Down, play the You know the likelihood to mitigate the risk of this disease, and it's been in too many states. We I understand that people have gotten tired of it. It's going on so long. But people have gotten sloppy. I've gotten lazy and a zoo result. You know, when we were seeing this huge, I mean, remember. Back in April, when everybody thought Oh, my God, we're getting 35,000 cases a day. I remember when I interviewed the president at the White House in July, and we had 70,000 cases a day, which was doubled to 35,000. Now we've got 180,000 more than doubled the 75,000 You know, it's it's been this this this mountain of the rise and then the fall and then a bigger rise and fall And then now we're in Steepest rise yet and you know that these numbers are unimaginable. Ah, $100. We're getting close to 200,000 cases a day and were over 250,000 got so far. In this disease and search. Unfortunately happens to be hitting with Thanksgiving coming up and then Christmas coming up, and it's gonna be a hard for a lot of families to not keep up their traditions. And you know what you tell yourself. Well, I can't get sick from Uncle Dave. That's Uncle Dave. It'll be fine. So I mean, I assume the numbers are just going to keep getting worse and worse before early January. Yeah, I'm going to tell your listeners a story. Frankly, about May I'm just I'm just gonna put it out there. I have not seen one of my Children. My eldest son and his wife and my three grandchildren since February, and they have a place they live in New York. They have a house out. On Long Island, and I was going to go up for Thanksgiving and see them And you know, my wife and I were gonna drive up gonna drive straight through, Not stop anywhere. I go up there and, you know last week Decided I had to pull the plug on it. I hate that. You know, I really want to see my three grandchildren, but I think it's irresponsible to them. I think it's irresponsible tow us. On. You know, All I'm saying is, you know, I have decided that that you know, rather be safe than sorry. And you know, we we have spent eight or nine months those of us who haven't gotten sick. Protecting ourselves and doing the right thing. Particularly now, with these vaccines around the corner and therapeutics getting better. It's the last time we should let down our guard. Uh, Speaking of the vaccines, President elect Biden says he wants coordination on all this just including vaccine distribution. It seems to me that you should no matter if you're gonna fight this or not in court, the president, it seems to me you should be able to stay on parallel tracks. Look, we'll cooperate at least on Corona virus and matters of national security. You don't have to be certified to do that. What's the What's the White House argument against it? The White House argument is obviously it looks like the president is conceding. I couldn't agree with you more. Chris. I just think you know the stakes are so high, and I've talked to a number of people that some inside the Trump administration who say there is going to be a real price. If there is, you know, is no concession. No transition on D Instead of hitting the ground running on January 20th President elect Biden, you know it's the right ground going from a standing start. And I agree with you What? What's the possible damage to letting them know what your plans are? What your distribution plans are what you mitigation plans are And frankly, I mean, it's the former vice president. It Z. Kamila Harris is getting Intel briefings anyway. Giving them national security information. The worst thing that happens is you wasted the time of the briefers to give them this information that the good news is that if he doesn't oppose the president elect, he's in better shape to handle these these things I don't understand. I mean, I understand it from a narrow political messaging purpose. You don't wanna give them the information or great because it makes it harder to claim. That they've stolen the election from you. But it seems to me that possible cost versus the enormous benefit that just giving the briefings that's all. Just give the briefings don't concede. If all it does is help the country. Yeah, You don't have to have him over for lunch. I mean, even if you do it off site, if you want to make it look better, Or I mean the vaccine news is remarkable that the trials would have gone better than anybody's wildest dreams and I hope the distribution goes as well. HHS Secretary Alex's our Health and human Services told me That the plan is in place to get it to states and go from there. You have You spoken with anybody about it? Well, yeah..
"tim walz" Discussed on AP News
"Hospitals are so overwhelmed by the spiraling corona virus pandemic. They're converting chapels, cafeterias and hallways into patient treatment areas. The virus has killed more than 250,000 people in this country, according to Johns Hopkins University, where the dangerous point in this pandemic Minnesota Governor Tim Walz As many of you have seen, it is raging across the upper Midwest and across this nation. We're seeing infection rates in the state surrounding Minnesota that have the highest on the planet in hard hit California. Los Angeles Public health director Dr Barbara for rare, says she accepts Governor Gavin Newsom's apology. We're going to a friend's birthday dinner is the virus spiked. Everyone makes mistakes. That was a big mistake. It can't on ought not to happen again. But I think that the governor's apologized and we all should, you know, accept the apology. I'm Reda Follow away. There was Lindsey Graham, greeting vice president elect Kamila Harris with a fist bump on her return to the Senate. Graham has been among those urging President Trump to keep contesting the results. How much further to go? I don't know. The GOP's public silence is essentially tacit approval of the president's baseless claims of election fraud. South Dakota Senator Mike Round says the president owes it to his backers to follow through. We have to find out for sure what did happen. The president remains holed up in the White House while refusing to concede. Some Republicans say privately there's not much they can do, except give him the time and space to see the results for himself. This thing will work itself out and always has. And it will hear Saga, um agony. Washington, Many Republicans are privately acknowledging what they will not say in public. The election is over, man. Joe Biden will take office in January. There was Lindsey Graham, greeting vice president elect Kamila Harris with a fist bump on her return to the Senate. The grand has been among those urging President Trump to keep contesting the results. How much further to go? I don't know. The GOP's public silence is essentially tacit approval of the president's baseless claims of election fraud. South Dakota Senator Mike Round says the president owes it to his backers to follow through. We have to find out for sure what did happen. The president remains holed up in the White House while Refusing to concede, some Republicans say privately there's not much they can do except give him the time and space to see the results for himself. This thing will work itself out and always has, and it will hear Saga REM agony. Washington America's confirmed coronavirus death toll has hit another milestone. It's now over 250,000. Yet another number that keeps rising. Newly confirmed infections per day are up 80% and up in every state from a linear rate. To now. An exponential rate of growth. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker is putting more limits on indoor activities and is warning of another stay at home order. If cases don't drop The nation's biggest city. We do need to close our school's New York mayor Bill De Blasio's says it's disappointing but necessary. Denver is also closing its schools in Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey continues resisting a statewide order to wear masks but pointedly notes. They're required most everywhere, please, where them Soccer Megane Washington. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase Prince of a peace photography.
Minnesota governor announces new COVID-19 restrictions
"Over a quarter of a million people in the U. S have died from covert 19. And in this latest wave of cases, governors across the country mandating new restrictions to stop the spread. Minnesota governor Tim Walz places like bowling alleys and bingo halls in theaters will need to take a pause. Receptions, private parties and other celebrations, the same thing and outdoor events and
"tim walz" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Welcome back to America. In the morning, we continued spread of Corona virus and increased hospitalizations is forcing a number of governors to make unpopular decisions in their states more from correspondent Ed Donahue. In Iowa. The state has reached 2000 coronavirus deaths. Governor Kim Reynolds was reluctant to do it, but she is imposing a partial state mask mandate. Now is the time to come together for the greater good to do everything we can for each other. Not really, because you're told to do it because it's the right thing to do. Governor Tim Walz in Minnesota says his state and the Dakotas have sky high virus cases. Infections are followed by hospitalizations, which are followed by ICUs, which were followed by death with Thanksgiving about a week away. Governors like Andy Brashear in Kentucky are discouraging family traditions. No one wants Thanksgiving. Which is an amazing time to become a super spreader event. Museums and casinos will be temporarily closed in Illinois. I'm Ed Donahue. The longest serving Republican U. S senator has tested positive for covert 19 correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on the condition of seven term Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is 87 years old. He's third in line in presidential succession and now announces on Twitter. He has the new coronavirus. Grassley says he's quote, feeling good and will keep up his work from home and is looking forward to resuming a normal schedule. Soon. Earlier, he had said that he'd been exposed to the virus without giving details didn't have symptoms and said he was in quarantine. That means that he missed votes in the Senate, the first time for Grassley since 1993 when Iowa had to deal with severe flooding. Jackie Quinn, Washington It's 11 till the continued spread of cove. It 19 will impact more than Justin annual tradition in the city of New Orleans correspondent Clayton Nevil reports the sights and sounds of.
"tim walz" Discussed on AP News
"The briefings that ordinarily would have come by now on S so I just want to get your input on What you see ahead. The leaders of national health groups have written Trump calling on him to share with Biden information on crucial medical supplies and medications, the strategic national stockpile operation warp speed and plans to get therapeutics and vaccines to hundreds of millions of people. An agreement has been reached on the largest dam demolition in the country's history. If approved for hydro electric dams on the lower Klamath River along the Oregon California border, will be demolished. Reopened hundreds of miles of the river, two salmon that have dwindled almost nothing in recent years. This is AP News The Corona virus pandemic continues to surge leading governors to take more drastic steps in Iowa The state has reached 2000 coronavirus Death, Governor Kim Reynolds was reluctant to do it. But she is imposing a partial state mask mandate. Now is the time to come together for the greater good to do everything we can for each other. And not really because you're told to do it because it's the right thing to do. Governor Tim Walz in Minnesota says his state and the Dakotas have sky high virus cases. Infections are followed by hospitalizations, which are followed by ICUs, which were followed by death with Thanksgiving about a week away. Governors like Andy Brashear in Kentucky are discouraging family traditions. No one wants Thanksgiving. Which is an amazing time to become a super spreader event. I'm Ed Donahue. There had been another 166,000 cases. Just today. Johns Hopkins reports more than 248,000 deaths in this country. I'm Tim McGuire Pay P news on Twitter President Trump says that he's fired Christopher Krebs, who heads the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security. Trump, says Krebs recent statement that there's no credible evidence of computer fraud in the 2020 election is quote highly inaccurate crabs, a former Microsoft executive tweeted a report citing 59 election security experts who say there is no fraud. Krebs job was created in the wake of Russian interference with the 2016 election, and he's won bipartisan praise for coordinating federal, state and local efforts to protect elections systems from interference. Jackie Quinn Washington President. Trump says he's fired the director of the federal agency that vouched for the reliability of the 2020 election. On Twitter. President Trump says that he's fired Christopher Krebs, who heads the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security. Trump, says Krebs recent statement that there's no credible evidence of computer fraud in the 2020 election is quote highly inaccurate crabs, a former Microsoft executive tweeted a report citing 59 election security experts who say there is no fraud. Krebs job was created in the wake of Russian interference with the 2016 election, and he's won bipartisan praise for coordinating federal, state and local efforts to protect elections systems from interference. Jackie Quinn, Washington Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey,.
"tim walz" Discussed on AP News
"Get the briefings that ordinarily would have come by now. And S O. I just want to get your input on What you see ahead. The leaders of national health groups have written Trump calling on him to share with Biden information on crucial medical supplies and medications, the strategic national stockpile operation warp speed and plans to get therapeutics and vaccines to hundreds of millions of people. In agreement has been reached on the largest dam demolition in the country's history. If approved for hydro electric dams on the lower Klamath River along the Oregon California border, will be demolished. Reopened hundreds of miles of the river, two salmon that have dwindled almost nothing in recent years. This is AP News The Corona virus pandemic continues to surge leading governors to take more drastic steps in Iowa The state has reached 2000 coronavirus Death, Governor Kim Reynolds was reluctant to do it. But she is imposing a partial state mask mandate. Now is the time to come together for the greater good to do everything we can for each other. Not really, because you're told to do it because it's the right thing to do. Governor Tim Walz in Minnesota says his state and the Dakotas have sky high virus cases. Infections are followed by hospitalizations, which are followed by ICUs, which were followed by death with Thanksgiving about a week away. Governors like Andy Brashear in Kentucky are discouraging family traditions. No one wants Thanksgiving. Which is an amazing time to become a super spreader event. I'm Ed Donahue. There had been another 166,000 cases. Just today. Johns Hopkins reports more than 248,000 deaths in this country. I'm Tim McGuire Pay P news. Thank.
Minnesota governor unveils new COVID restrictions as cases spike
"The state has 4900 newly confirmed cases. Governor Tim Walz says. That type of spread and that pipe of spike Will continue. Unless we choose to adjust behaviors on DH will also make sure that her hospitalizations in our capacity remain the same, the governor says. Unless behaviors change, Minnesota will have 10,000 new cases a day 1500 people in the hospital in 50, or more deaths, daily new restrictions on bars and restaurants taking effect Friday night. Attendance limits will be phased in for receptions at weddings and funerals. Governor is also asking Minnesotans to limit private gatherings to 10. People from no more than three households. Republican representative Jeremy Munson from Lake Crystals has about this latest round of
U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations
"136,000 new cases in the US Yesterday. Hospitalizations also an all time high, prompting new mask mandates in some states restrictions and other from New Jersey to Maryland in Minnesota, where Governor Tim Walz is limiting gatherings to 10 people, But ads Going into someone's home and arresting them on Thanksgiving. A pesky storms eyeing
"tim walz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Governor Tim Walz ordering bars and restaurants to close at 10 PM and limiting private gatherings to 10. People, including the governor, says family Thanksgiving dinners. Wisconsin's governor, Tony Evers, advising people to stay indoors and Damascus when they shop Newark, New Jersey, imposing a 9 p.m. curfew in areas of the city with higher rates of infection. And Texas has become the first state in the country to surpass one million infections more than a week after the election. Challenges to vote counts continue in several states. Republicans say there's been widespread fraud, presenting 131 affidavits and 2800 incident reports in Michigan alone, including one from Jesse Jake of a city worker for 30 years. Who swears I was instructed by my supervisor to adjust the mailing date of these absentee ballot packages to be dated toe earlier than they were actually sent. An attorney for Detroit calls the lawsuit baseless and built on conspiracy theory was Rick Leventhal, with no states yet certifying their election results. The General Services Administration still hasn't recognized the Beytin transition team. Applied funding and access to government information the president elected downplaying it. Well, look. Access to classified information is is useful, but I'm not in business to make any decisions on those issues anyway. Mr Biden railed against the lawsuit by the Trump administration and several states seeking to have the affordable care act thrown out is unconstitutional. America is listening to.
Doctors may be better equipped to handle latest virus surge
"The latest surge of coronavirus cases appears to be much bigger than the previous two cases are on the rise in forty nine states hospitals are becoming overwhelmed in states like governor Kim Reynolds Iowa the overall increased patient volume is stressing our health care system and it is putting capacity at risk in Minnesota governor Tim Walz says the virus problem is social distancing seventy one percent of our spreading cases are happening in private social gatherings weddings funerals restaurants and bars attendance will now be limited Minnesota bars and restaurants must stop serving at ten PM a new report says Tennessee counties but not required wearing masks in public on average seeing coronavirus death rates double or more I'm at Donahue
US hits 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases
"The United States has confirmed more than ten million coronavirus cases the U. S. hit the gram ten million milestone on Monday according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University New Delhi confirmed cases of the corona virus are up more than sixty percent over the past two weeks deaths are up eighteen percent infections are rising in nearly every state Pennsylvania secretary of health Dr Rachel Levine says it's time to get a handle on community spread we are at a critical point Minnesota governor Tim Walz says the state is adding more than a dozen free Kobe nineteen testing sites we have reached a very dangerous phase in in the pandemic in the upper Midwest Utah governor Gary Herbert declared a state of emergency in order to statewide mask mandate the stock we don't have rooms with four walls we just don't have rooms of goddess doctors and nurses that can provide the health care in those rooms I'm Jennifer king
What is happening the final weekend before the election?
"Election Day Tuesday, tens of millions of people have already voted nine million alone in Texas more than all of the votes cast in that state in 2016. I'm Tim Maguire. Pandemic campaigning. I'm Tim a guy with an AP news Minute earlier this week, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz another state officials warn President Trump's campaign the Corona virus restrictions limit large crowds 250 people. Despite that restriction, the campaign continue with plans to host a rally and a hanger of the Rochester airport. Trump says thousands were kept from attending. Tonight. You're Democrat governor tried to shut down our rally. Silence the people of Minnesota and take away your freedom and your rights. Former Vice President Joe Biden also campaign in Minnesota today, holding a car driving rally in ST Paul, You want your voice to be heard. Drop off your ballots. I'll put in a nail or boat safely person any day up through Election Day. But you've got to get it done. This is the final weekend before Election Day Tuesday, tens of millions of people have
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signs "long overdue" police accountability bill
"Governor Tim Walz signed a police reform bill into law. These critical reforms are long overdue. They're meant to strengthen transparency and community oversight. They banned, choke holds and warrior training. And expand de escalation training for officers, But we understand this is only a
Minnesota governor signs "long overdue" police reform bill
"Minnesota Governor, Tim Walz signing a police reform bill into law prohibiting chokeholds invoking officers to intervene and requiring them to report band restraints and use of force incidents. These critical reforms are long overdue. They're meant to strengthen transparency and community
Protesters push for reforms as Minneapolis agrees to ban police chokeholds
"Minnesota's governor Tim Walz has just announced that the city of Minneapolis has agreed to require that its police officers report and intervene if another officer uses unauthorized use of force like in the case of George Floyd you have the chance to change the culture around police brutality we have the chance to change around how communities interact with their police and with law enforcement he also says the police department there has agreed to ban the use of chokeholds
Minnesota Governor Announces Investigation Of Minneapolis Police Department
"It was generally a quiet night in many communities including here in Chicago and in the suburbs Minnesota's governor has opened an investigation into the Minneapolis police department following the death of George Floyd did during that the viral video rest WGN's Ryan burrow is in Minneapolis Minnesota governor Tim Walz filing civil rights charges against the Minneapolis police department over the death of George Floyd is a way to investigate and PT's policies practices and procedures over the last ten years as a step towards that deconstruction of systemic racism the Minnesota department of human rights is filing a commissioner's charge of discrimination to launch a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department meanwhile here outside of the state capitol thousands have
Minneapolis police face civil rights probe over Floyd death
"As the state of Minnesota was announcing a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department over the death of George Floyd Floyd's family introduced a little girl he leaves behind it was an emotional introduction in Minneapolis this is what those are both George Floyd who died after a police officer kept his knee pressed into Floyd's neck during an encounter last week had a six year old daughter geon her mother spoke on behalf of the child eight George because I want justice for him governor Tim Walz earlier announced the investigation into the city's police department noting its history of racial discrimination we saw the casual nature of the racing up George Floyd's life and humanity the goal is to negotiate a consent decree in which a court would monitor reform hi Jackie Quinn
Minnesota launches civil rights probe into Minneapolis Police Department
"Minnesota was found a human rights complaint against the Minneapolis police department in connection with the death of George fluoride by Minneapolis police officer who pressed his knees into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after floored stop moving governor Tim Walz in the Minnesota department of Human Rights announcing that filing at a news conference earlier today while saying this is just the first step this effort is only one of many steps to come in our efforts to restore trust within those communities who have been on scene on her and believe that those that are charged to serve and protect not only don't do that they work
‘Justice Needs To Be Served’: Jay-Z Calls Gov. Walz Regarding George Floyd’s Death Investigation
"We talk about celebrity gossip Hollywood gossip on the Colina Bradley show on this whole station and there are some ways that celebrities have been engaged with our community in this time and I know I'm I'm trying to find the artful way to not make it sound like what this definitely isn't this is not I'm not trying to do like the celebrity gawking thing that's not it but what is what I think is interesting is this sort of tells the story of how this has reached so far into our entire nation and then internationally you mean I don't know if you guys heard this was sort of at the tail end of the press conference on Sunday morning the governor at Tim Walz did where he explained every told the reporters that Jeezy the one and only JZ called him and they had a very long conversation on Saturday night about the death of George Floyd and what kind of that meant in the greater picture any sad to governor Tim Walz said of Jeezy's phone call he said it was so incredibly human it was a dad and he was talking about the fact that Jeezy when he called was not calling as like hi I'm Jeezy I am the international performer he says but he called his dad stressing to me that justice needs to be served he said it was so incredibly human it was a dad and I think quite honestly a black man whose visceral pain of this that he knew his words summarize that need for justice to be served here and he said he feels compassion and the humanity of those folks were speaking he knows the world is watching and how Minnesota him as this is going to have an impact across the country it's a positive sign that someone of stature that has a presence like that is focused in the movement of what Minnesotans are focused on so it I I just thought you know that is an interesting sort of this sort of indicator of how far reaching the low life and frankly death of George Floyd has been in the last week
Minnesota governor apologizes for arrest of CNN crew
"And while live on the air a CNN reporter and his crew were arrested by Minnesota state police more from A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey CNN president Jeff Zucker spoke to Minnesota governor Tim Walz who apologized for the state police arrest of a marquee medicine his crew CNN said the governor told soccer he takes full responsibility for what happened and then as in his crew were later released from police
"tim walz" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"So the governor Tim Walz says Floyd siblings as well as elected officials have asked for him to appoint Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison as a special prosecutor to investigate the death it is out there it is being considered it would be it would be incredibly negligent in the environment that we're in for me not to make sure we're exploring every option the chaos this past week is destroyed businesses damage landmarks raised tensions across a divided nation Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot says access to downtown is restricted only to residents and essential workers in the National Guard will have a presence in the city as officials seek the semblance arising from demonstrations following the police killing of George Floyd New York City officials were looking for a peaceful way forward after three days of protests against police brutality that let police cars burned it led to the arrests of hundreds of people also on SR news dot com the corona virus pandemic has created a staggering not child care crisis that threatens to undermine the tentative re opening of the U. S. economy forcing many parents to choose between work and looking after their children public schools in most states are closed for the remainder of the academic year soft capture complete capture confirmed fan by further traction and talking in SpaceX's delivered to NASA astronauts to the international space station the dragon capsule arrived this morning hours after historic liftoff from Florida it's the first time in a privately built an old spacecraft has delivered a crew to the orbiting lab this is S. R. in news you're about to hear W. MCA invites you.
"tim walz" Discussed on AP News
"Laid much of the fire and looting that raged overnight on well organized out of state instigators with folks bent on not destroying property with no regard for our safety of our of Minnesotans who says local and state police alone are not enough so he's consulted with the feds to fully mobilize the Minnesota National Guard an action that has never been taken in the hundred and sixty four year history of the Minnesota National Guard officials expect to have twenty four hundred National Guard members on the ground and continue with the curfew I'm Julie Walker I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news minute the number of confirmed covered nineteen cases around the world is approaching six million with nearly one million seven hundred and fifty thousand of those in the U. S. that according to Johns Hopkins university's tally the virus had killed nearly one hundred and three thousand Americans as of Saturday morning but concerns about the virus in containing it spread continued to be overwhelmed by anger raging in Minneapolis and other cities around the nation over the death of George Floyd the forty six year old black man died Monday night after police officer pressed his knee into his neck for several minutes even after Floyd stop moving and pleading for air that officer has been arrested and charged with murder AP correspondent Julie Walker has more on the reaction your city where police vans were to watch that Lana were C. N. N.'s windows were smashed do you see where the White House was on lockdown Houston opened the list goes on all along the way hundreds of arrests lots of property damage viral videos of police protester clashes with injuries on both sides Minnesota's governor Tim Walz says he spoke with George Floyd's family about what's happened to disenfranchisement that went with what we witnessed with with George's death is one thing but the absolute chaos this is not grieving military police units are on alert to deploy the Minneapolis at the president's request I'm Judy I'm Ben Thomas AP news thousands of protesters take to the streets of Minneapolis for a fourth straight night and ignore curfew as the anger stoked by the police killing of George Floyd spread to more cities across the U. S. your city where police vans which what's that Lana were C. N. N.'s windows were smashed do you see where the White House was on lockdown Houston opened the list goes on all along the way hundreds of arrests lots of property damage viral videos of police protester clashes with injuries on both sides Minnesota's governor Tim Walz says he spoke with George Lloyd's family about what's happening the disenfranchisement that went with what we witnessed with with George's death is one thing but the absolute chaos this is not grieving military police units are on alert to deploy the Minneapolis at the president's request I'm Judy thank you for listening to.
"tim walz" Discussed on KOMO
"Murrow award for best newscast on Marino with an estimate on the damage in Seattle last night at a rally in Minnesota governor Tim Walz's he's authorizing a full mobilization of the state's National Guard he says it's never been done before but he makes that decision after another night of demonstrations in Minneapolis that ultimately turned violent last night is a mockery of pretending this is about George Floyd staff are inequities or historical traumas to our communities of color he said there will still be a sensitivity to what he called legitimate rage and anger brought on by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody on Monday the officer seen on video putting his knee into Floyd's neck Derek shepherd was charged Friday with third degree murder protest Friday night more than twenty cities including Washington DC on Twitter today president trump praised the secret service suggests the protesters were quote professionally managed protesters who had little to do with the death of George Floyd I'm Brian Clark ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven this is called a news Saturday seven thirty one I'm mark Christopher now top local stories from the global twenty four seven news center so what happened here Marjan downtown Seattle last night started peacefully but soon it turned into a clash with police in downtown Seattle mayor for the merry enough for commercial Marino what he says about fifty people then vandalized store fronts and also taught at police the protesters they're saying things like we can't breathe an obvious reference to destroyed I said other things about ality posting them in the streets they're chanting like this is standing here quite a few storefront windows smashed at least on this corner a lot of people jumping around.
"tim walz" Discussed on AP News
"Is a P. news president trump drops ties with the World Health Organization over its handling of the corona virus pandemic A. B. Washington correspondent soccer I guarantee with details the president's been railing against the W. H. O. four weeks that argued today it's under China's total control you says Beijing ignored its virus reporting obligations to the W. H. O. which in turn it misled the world when the virus was discovered we will be today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization and redirecting those funds to other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs that's expected to significantly weaken the WHL since the U. S. is it the biggest source of financial support Sager mag ani Washington the commerce department reports consumer spending fell a record thirteen point six percent last month the huge drop caused by the economic shutdown touched off by the pandemic I'm timid wire AP news I'm timid wire with an A. P. news minute the white Minneapolis police officer see kneeling on the neck of a black man George Floyd has been arrested charged with third degree murder and manslaughter in Floyd's death four officers were fired after Floyd died Minnesota governor Tim Walz says justice will happen it is my expectation the justice for the officers involved in this will be swept that it will come in a timely manner that it will be fair likely democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says Floyd step is part of the inherent racism in the US imagine having please call and you just for sitting in Starbucks or a running error being bi or watching birds you know this is the norm black people in this country deal with Brighton adds that this is not the time for incendiary tweets and encourage violence rather it's a time for national leadership to work to find ways to root out systemic racism I timid wire thank you for listening to.
"tim walz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Of us are used to seeing I'm not I'm not millions of Americans have not I had to deal with this and that's what makes the whole situation so heartbreaking let me say I just saw the governor Tim Walz of Minnesota gives a powerful speech it was calm it was respectful it was focused I was thrilled to see a democratic governor in a very very distressed state of Minnesota right now give a speech like that it was not exploitive it was powerful calm words he was followed by Keith Ellison the Attorney General and there's a lot of conservatives that are not fans of Mr Allison but being objective he also oak calming factual words that help the situation and that's what I think we all need to look at as Americans that's the first thing I look at when something bad happens whether it's the Wuhan flu whether rich thug dirty cops breaking the law in trying to get away with it and we're gonna crack that open also today because we need to make it clear to people that there is no difference between dirty cops and other criminals there is no difference between the gang member that breaks into your home or Jack's your car and a criminal cop here's what the difference is and most Americans know it and this is a bond that will pull us through this most Americans know the difference between good and bad and good and evil and right and wrong the difference is and there's a couple the difference between the criminal top and another criminal a criminal cop gets to hide behind his badge a criminal cop gets the benefit of me who was raised to respect **** you who were raised to X. to respect law and order and police officers and recognize their sacrifice and donate to their memorial a criminal topics voice that they call on that support from law abiding citizens to trust the police like me and respect law enforcement and law and order millions of Americans millions of Americans love and respect police officers and our military however we do not support criminals and in my opinion there's nothing worse than a man or woman who uses a shield a badge to hide their criminality and then exploits me for you to support them I think thirty cops are a cancer on our society this is something that millions of us have in common it doesn't matter where you grew up I never grew up in a bad neighborhood I was never abused by a police officer I have no clue what that is like I can only learn as I go and study but I have an appreciation for law and order and if you're a dirty cop I believe you should be punished not only for breaking the law but for the roading the trust of the majority of police officers who work hard love this country love their community have lost sleep they've lost marriages many of lost themselves trying to be a good example to pursue the truth and do the right thing so what we need to do now because it's so easy when the bank is on fire and president Donald Trump is president it's so easy this A. C. C. look at that this wouldn't be happening this is been happening for decades we all have to stand collectively we all have to target and expect justice regarding the criminal cop criminal cops destroyed communities criminal cops destroy good police organizations this is the theme this will be the theme today but because it's open line Friday you can call and talk about anything you want my heart eight last night as I saw this country burning again over and over and over I said to both certainly today I said this is like nineteen sixty eight this is like whites this is like Rodney king no it's worse you know why it's worse because it's twenty twenty that's why it's worse that's why it's worse and instead of millions of people paying attention watching where the ball is going in not getting distracted by people on CNN or angry old Congress women who see an opportunity to blame you or me or president trump or senator so and so on this there's one person to blame regarding the neon that neck and that's the guy that did it and we're going to tell you some details about him also during today show but when I started researching for today show when I saw that he had eighteen previous complaints against him against him I was getting angrier and angrier we all should be angry we should be respectful of those that feel this pain directly I am not one of them I don't live in Minneapolis I am not a young black man I don't know what that is like but know that there are millions of people millions of Americans regardless of their race their religion that are as outraged as many people that live in that community there was no reason they should have happened and it only happens because a gang of criminal cops get to hide behind a badge and not be held accountable I vote for politicians to hold people accountable that are already held to a higher standard so are you saying to Congress people and judges and senators and the president's already on it the president twenty four thirty six forty eight hours ago I saw it he boarded the F. B. I. down there so this has got to be the guiding mind set of where we are right now this is a criminal corruption issue let's make sure as Americans we point out that most Americans want police to treat everyone with the respect in humility they deserve this did not happen in Minneapolis so today we're going to take your calls on a lot of different things but I want you to weigh in I do believe there's a solution it's not quick it's not overnight but I saw a bright light when I was listening to Attorney General Keith Ellison a Minnesota today and I was so touched by him saying he was talking to the community and he said the National Guard is here but understand how we could go they were here and they were helping people with covert nineteen and giving people medicine and food it's the same National Guard he said and he made a point to say to the people in Minneapolis in the burning communities this National Guard is not the Minnesota police department so don't put your anger on them this is not an occupation these are just fellow Americans that have been brought in to help at a difficult time I'm Ken Matthews this is a rush Limbaugh show will be right back you're listening to the EIB network.
"tim walz" Discussed on KTRH
"Again we have we have a pandemic update we have a a Twitter the band up dates and but more importantly we have a situation in Minneapolis which some of us are used to seeing I'm not I'm not Williams of Americans have not I had to deal with this and that's what makes the whole situation so heartbreaking let me say I just saw governor Tim Walz of Minnesota gives a powerful speech it was calm it was respectful it was focused I was thrilled to see a Democrat governor in a very very distressed state of Minnesota right now give a speech like that it was not exploitive it was a powerful calm words he was followed by Keith Ellison the Attorney General and there's a lot of conservatives that are not fans of Mr Allison but being objective he also spoke calming factual words that help the situation and that's what I think we all need to look at as Americans that's the first thing I look at when something bad happens whether it's the Wuhan flu whether rich thug dirty cops breaking the law in trying to get away with it and we're gonna crack that open also today because we need to make it clear to people that there is no difference between dirty cops and other criminals there's no difference between the gang member that breaks into your home or Jack's your car and a criminal cop here's what the difference is and most Americans know it and this is a bond that will pull us through this most Americans know the difference between good and bad and good and evil and right and wrong the difference is and there's a couple the difference.
"tim walz" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Trainer we've heard from a lot of elected officials during the show today we first heard from governor Tim Walz oh by the way should say it's public order crimes is filling in for Bradley Holly Roberts is here we're going to get to the throwback live I promise I just wanna give people kind of the the nuts and bolts the reader start the reader's digest version of kind of what's happened during our show today we've been all over the place we did some talk about grey's anatomy what could streaming home of course that's all in there but we did hear again like I said from some elected officials governor Kim Tim Walz did a an address to the state and Holly give me the exact verbiage we are in a game here we are in a peacetime emergencies emergency if the state has whatever we just heard from the president that he has declared a national state of emergency cell going on Holly's gonna be keeping you updated at the bottom of every hour yup I will continue to do so throughout the day and I also will point people to five Eyewitness News they're keeping up to date on all things having to do with communication around the corona virus but here in the call in a Broadway show as we started the show today I did say we have a responsibility may the pleasure to inform and entertain and we're going to just really focused because it's Friday and I want to leave happy we'll continue our lives with what we do best exactly which is to entertain it we're going to do that with the throwback block actually it's time for the throwback at two forty five we just want him to leave versus Bradley in a pop culture we do this let's go over the ground rules rule number one your host hi sometimes you just can't make stuff up throwback was is that not the truth today how do we play this game called I find the first identified three correctly with the throwback wideband Colleen and our very special guest player Paul Maguire Grimes busted by going out there to help damn there we go all right our total three tally for the throwback life at two forty five before we play today's game Colleen hundred eighty three point Bradley is two hundred point zero pointing I don't even yes because Paul you're playing for Bradley today so if you win today's game you get the point but if I when I get the point okay can I guess the the theme sure name that SNL character although it's a really good gas tank yeah mmhm is that what it is no how is that right don't call you now don't call him now all I know today is listen to the song name the movie yes so this is good we've got five songs from five movies you'll listen to the song you name the movie okay got it so here's our first run Facebook live by the yes yeah you can always find us over there my talking to someone on Facebook page here's our first clip please listen carefully and name the movie okay that's a lego movie everything there.