35 Burst results for "U. S Capitol Police"

Officers to receive Congressional Gold Medals for Jan. 6

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Officers to receive Congressional Gold Medals for Jan. 6

"Law enforcement officers who defended the U.S. capitol during the January 6th insurrection will be presented with congressional gold medals today, top House and Senate leaders will present the officers with the medals, dozens of the officers who fought off the rioters, sustained serious injuries, police were beaten with American flags and their own guns, dragged down stairs, sprayed with chemicals and trampled and crushed by the crowd, some officers sustained brain injuries and other lifelong effects to recognize the hundreds of officers who were at the capitol on January 6th, 2021, the medals will be placed at the U.S. capitol police headquarters, the Metropolitan Police department, the capital, and the Smithsonian Institution. Donna water, Washington

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New Details Emerge Following Attack on Paul Pelosi, Pelosi Home

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | Last month

New Details Emerge Following Attack on Paul Pelosi, Pelosi Home

"Information coming out about this attack on Paul Pelosi. Now, we have been pretty upfront with you, folks. And first of all, we don't believe anybody deserves to be smacked in the head with a hammer, and we think that whoever did this, quite frankly, should face the full extent of the law. We do know that the Democrats had implemented stronger border policies this would not have happened because the attacker is in fact an illegal alien. But beyond that, we also know that capitol police, even though they were assigned to monitor to handle surveillance on the Pelosi household, the beautiful mansion that Nancy and Paul Pelosi live in in San Francisco that that particular night at that particular time, the security officers were not actually monitoring the cameras that were focused on the mansion. And of course, there are a lot of questions. The early reporting was immediately refuted and retracted. A lot of reports out there that Paul Pelosi and the suspect were in their underpants and that there may have been something else going on. And of course, we told you folks early on, look, we have a lot of questions, and it's okay to ask questions, but you really can't speculate because we don't know what was happening in that household. We have no idea.

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Darren Beattie: The Timing of the Jan. 6 Bomb at RNC

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

Darren Beattie: The Timing of the Jan. 6 Bomb at RNC

"Darren Kamala Harris who at the time was the vice president elect In January 5th January 6th that time period right there this is a big deal This is the day they're going to count the votes right The Electoral College votes Kamala Harris went to the DNC So if there's video of a bomber placing a live explosive device there like we were told early on then how is it that EOD the explosive teams and the canine units which unquestionably would have unquestionably would have swept the location How come they didn't find it Well that's a great question And you're pointing at one of the many many mysteries It just doesn't add up about the pipe bombs First of all the RNC bomb which is the one that was found under very bizarre circumstances a random pedestrian founded at 1240 with exactly 20 minutes left on the dial So that conveys the precise impression that it was set to go off at one which is when the official certification proceeding was meant to begin So if that random pedestrian hadn't randomly found it at any other minute it wouldn't have given that exact impression Furthermore it was almost precisely timed to the initial assault on the west perimeter of the capitol In fact the capitol police responded to the initial assault one minute the capital police responded to the pipe bomb call one minute before the assaults on the perimeter So the time it was so precisely aligned that the head of the casual police side the pythons must have been there for a diversion The only thing is the diversion could only have worked if someone discovered the RNC bomb exactly when they did and perhaps even more importantly it could have only worked if someone did not find the DNC bomb prematurely Remember these bonds were allegedly planted the evening before

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Kari Lake Practices Compassionate Conservatism

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Kari Lake Practices Compassionate Conservatism

"Remember the phrase compassionate conservatism? Compassion for Brian sicknick's mother. Who has every right to be heartbroken, angry, aggrieved, she doesn't like the fact that her son had to tangle with those rioters on January 6th, nobody should like that. It shouldn't have happened. But of course, as Kerry Lake pointed out, according to the medical examiner, Brian sicknick died of a stroke and he attributed the death to natural causes. Not injuries sustained by being struck by protesters. I mean, again, another smear and another bald faced lie that they try to regurgitate over and over and over again. Trump supporters killed three police when they're like three or 5 or 7. You know, by November the 8th, there'll be a hundred police officers who were slaughtered on January 6th. No. The only person who was killed as a direct result of any of the actions of January 6th was a Trump supporter named Ashley babbitt, who was shot dead by a capitol police officer, Capitol Hill police officer. That's the only death. And yet, Carrie Lake managed to answer that question. Without disparaging Brian's sicknick's mother. And yet, it was a splendid response to a CBS reporter attempting to make Carrie Lake look bad.

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Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Against Biased Reporter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Against Biased Reporter

"To this exchange yesterday between a reporter and Carrie Lake and this astounding answer she gave to this reporter's attempt at a gotcha moment of Arizona candidate Republican Kerry Lake. From CBS News. I don't know if you've seen this at attacking you. Which one, which one? Which one, Chris? The mother of Brian's Signet, the capitol police officer that died the day after January 6th. She in an attack ad is saying that people like you specifically are responsible for her son's death. I'm curious what you think when you hear that. What's her name? The mother of Brian sicknick? Yeah. And I think it's Cindy's second. Cindy, I just want to say to Cindy sicknick, I'm so sorry about the death of your son. It is tragic. I'm a mother, myself, and that is, it breaks my heart. That is a wound when you lose a child. No matter how old they are, that never heals. And so I don't want to disparage her. She doesn't know me. I wasn't anywhere near the capitol on January 6th. And I understand that her son died. I think the following day of a stroke or natural causes. And I feel for her. And I see the pain in her eyes. And I would never try to disparage or hurt her because I know when a mother has pain like that. There's no way to heal that. And that's why I feel for these moms and dads who hit me up on the campaign trail and they grab me. And you can spot them from across the room. There is a loss in their lives that can never be replaced and we're losing thousands of young people when they tell me they lost a son to fentanyl. When they lost a daughter to a fentanyl poisoning, this is why we are pushing so hard to secure that border and stop fentanyl from pouring across.

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Paul Pelosi attack highlights rising threats to lawmakers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Paul Pelosi attack highlights rising threats to lawmakers

"The attack on Paul Pelosi is highlighting rising threats to lawmakers I'm Lisa dwyer House speaker Nancy Pelosi flew to California after her husband was viciously attacked in the couple's San Francisco home early Friday morning a suspect has been arrested According to the speaker's office Paul Pelosi underwent surgery to repair a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hands his doctors do expect a full recovery Members of Congress have received additional money for security at their homes but some have pushed for yet more protection as people have shown up at their residences The U.S. capitol police investigated almost 10,000 threats to members last year That's more than twice the number from four years earlier I'm Lisa dwyer

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last month

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

"Is this attack on Paul Pelosi in his home in San Francisco And I want to comment on this of course it's a horrific thing And last reports are that he was hurt badly That his head was fractured his skull And that they expect him to make a full recovery Now here is William Scott the police chief at San Francisco cut one go At approximately two 27 this morning San Francisco police officers were dispatched to the residents of speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding an a priority well-being check When the officers arrive on scene they encountered an adult male and mister Pelosi's husband Paul Our officers observed Mitch Pelosi and suspect both holding a hammer The suspect pulled the hammer away from its below and violently assaulted him with it Our officers immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him took him into custody requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid his suspect has been identified as 42 year old David de Pepe Mister Pelosi and mister de pappy were transported to a local hospital for treatment This is an active investigation currently being led by the San Francisco police department special investigations division We are working closely with our partners from the FBI the U.S. attorney's office the U.S. capitol police and our district attorney here in San Francisco county DA brook Jenkins and her team The motive for this attack is still being determined Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges Attempted homicide assault with the daily weapon elder abuse burglary and several other additional felonies

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Former Capitol cop who messaged Jan. 6 rioter guilty in obstruction case

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Former Capitol cop who messaged Jan. 6 rioter guilty in obstruction case

"A former capitol police officer has been found guilty of obstruction in connection with the capitol riot Michael Riley was convicted of warning a person to remove a Facebook post that showed that person inside the capitol during the riot obstruction of justice carries a possible sentence of up to 20 years in prison Riley is the only capitol police officer charged with a crime involving the riot The day after the riot Riley said the Facebook message identifying himself as a capitol police officer who agrees with your political stance Court document show Riley wrote take down the part about being in the building They are currently investigating and everyone who was in the building is going to be charged just looking out Riley took the stand in his own defense

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Paul Pelosi, speaker's husband, beaten with hammer at home

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Paul Pelosi, speaker's husband, beaten with hammer at home

"The husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi is being treated after suffering serious injuries during a home invasion this morning People familiar with the matter say an attacker with a hammer broke into the Pelosi home in an upscale San Francisco neighborhood and beat 82 year old Paul Pelosi Two people with knowledge of the incidents say he suffered blunt force trauma to his head and body Nancy Pelosi's office says he is expected to make a full recovery She was not home at the time Capitol police say the speaker was with her bodyguards here in Washington The attacks motive is unclear though sources say the Pelosi home was specifically targeted The White House says President Biden called Nancy Pelosi to express support after a horrible attack Sagar Meghani Washington

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3 Arrested After Suspicious Vehicle Seen Near Supreme Court

Mark Levin

01:54 min | Last month

3 Arrested After Suspicious Vehicle Seen Near Supreme Court

"Three arrested outside Supreme Court on weapons charges Police searching vehicle for potential explosives Over at mediaite three people have been arrested after they were spotted in what was described as a suspicious vehicle outside the Supreme Court this evening In a series of tweets the U.S. capitol police noted officers had responded to the vehicle which was spotted in the 100 block of east capital street Please stay away from the area They say information is preliminary so please follow this account for the latest confirmation information the agency's Twitter account says that U.S. capitol police over their Twitter We are still investigating the suspicious vehicle on the 100 block Let's see here I think that's all we have CNN's John Jones who is at the scene said officers are concerned there might be explosives in the car which is sitting vacant as its occupants are in custody John's reported this is the east side of the United States Capitol east capital street In fact it is the street that runs between the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court on well familiar with it With the United States capital on the background we will turn around here take a bit and so forth There's a concern about a potential for explosives in that vehicle Is what it says let's see We're still looking here's axios Which I'm pulling up right now hopefully Capital police arrest armed man bringing documents to Supreme Court Capitol police arrested and charged an 80 year old Georgia man who they said park the van containing three firearms outside the Supreme Court

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Liberal Caller: Donald Trump's Tantrum Led to January 6th Riots

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Liberal Caller: Donald Trump's Tantrum Led to January 6th Riots

"Don't know where to begin Todd. One, okay, Nancy closely had a reason to be upset. People were storming the capitol, urge on by Donald Trump. This would never have happened. If Donald Trump didn't have a tantrum, get mad, which was everybody knew he was going to do. None of this would have happened. People walked into her office, she had a reason to be upset. She didn't make a credible threat to Trump, she was communicating with Trump. The idea that she really, I mean, if Trump is scared of an 82 year old for a woman, I wouldn't be that surprised if Trump was. But I don't perceive her as much of a threat. And she is not in charge of the capital, please. There's the capital police board. So she's not even the one who makes those decisions. It's there's a place for that subject to do different congressional committees. Trump is the reason Trump is the reason there was a storming people carried Trump flags Todd. They didn't carry Pelosi flags to carry Trump flags and stormy. Why are you not do you think the blame to the man who's responsible for all of this? Jerry, you heard Donald Trump say protest peacefully. That's he said that over and over again in the speech on the Washington mall. Now look, the people that are ultimately responsible are the people who committed those crimes. And they should they should bear full responsibility, but I go back to the testimony of the U.S. capitol police chief who said 6 times 6 times they asked for National Guard help ahead of the demonstration because Jerry, the Intel was there. Even the Secret Service they came out yesterday and the seeker service do well in advance that there was a possibility for violence. Now, Jerry, you and I both know that you can manipulate a lot of stuff these days. And the concern I have is we do not know how many FBI agents were involved in the planning and the execution of what went down. And we just don't know that.

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Julie Kelly: January 6th Committee Contradicted Itself in Last Hearing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Julie Kelly: January 6th Committee Contradicted Itself in Last Hearing

"Well that's what's so interesting Dan as they have completely contradicted their original narrative with this was a spontaneous uprising and cited Trump's speech at the ellipse and he told his supporters to march down to the capitol That was their first narrative right That it was just spontaneous Now it seems like they're trying to produce all this evidence that Donald Trump knew for weeks or months in advance that this was going to be his plague book that day And then you have law enforcement and Secret Service saying that they saw things on websites that were that alarmed them But the bottom line is Dan what you just said the responsibility for protecting the capital was not Donald Trump's It was Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell Their sergeant at arms are on the capitol police board The capitol police board oversees security of the capitol building and surrounding buildings and of course the capital grounds They repeatedly denied requests by Steven sund who was then the chief of capitol police He asked them on January 4th EFM on January 5th and he asked them repeatedly throughout the day on January 6th to authorize the deployment of national guardsmen who by the way were at the armory at 6 a.m. on January 6th I talked to a D.C. guardsmen who told me they were there at 6 o'clock in the morning until they were finally called for duty about four 30 that afternoon Who delayed that and why why was the capitol so intentionally unsecure that day if they thought that this was going to happen ahead of time they just thought what a few bike racks and a couple of capital cops hate Come on

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Glenn Kirschner: Trump's Actions on Jan 6th Are Unforgivable

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Glenn Kirschner: Trump's Actions on Jan 6th Are Unforgivable

"Steph, this was not negligence. This was not incompetence. This was an orchestration by Donald Trump. This came from the top down. He wanted to set the capital up to be taken. He wanted to set the people in the capitol up to be hurt, including Mike Pence. He made no secret about that. Maybe Mike Pence should be hanged. So what he did Steph and I've been saying this since not long after January 6th, he deprived the United States Capitol of the law enforcement resources it needed to defend against an attack. He launched. Think about it. There were only two law enforcement agencies there that day. The capitol police, which is the only federal law enforcement agency under the control of Congress rather than of the executive branch and the Metropolitan Police department, my partners in local crime fighting the city cops, right? Who was absent Marshall service, ATF, DEA, largely FBI, park police. The bureau of prisons, prisons, riot squad. Why do I cite that organization? They were deployed to BLM. They were the federal government knows how to deploy massive law enforcement resources and Donald Trump refused to do it because he wanted the capital to be taken. That's going to be part of this conspiracy, and that is unforgivable.

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'The Big Fraud' Author Rep. Troy Nehls on the Falsities of J6

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

'The Big Fraud' Author Rep. Troy Nehls on the Falsities of J6

"Do you get into it all in the book this idea that that rioter, we hear this from Benny Thompson over and over that rioters killed multiple police officers. They say rioters killed multiple police officers or even if you push them on that you say, who? What are their names? And then they'll say, well, they're writers or their police officers who died of the trauma and committed suicide or that were succumbed to injuries. Because I remember what happened in April, April 2nd of 2021, on four two, when there was a capitol police officer named Billy Evans, who was murdered by a member of the Nation of Islam, a farrakhan supporter, the drove his car into the capitol police, he was murdered, and yet nobody even talks about Billy Evans. Do you get into though this idea that the rioters killed anybody? Because the only person that I can see from my analysis that was murdered to straight up murdered on January 6th was Ashley babbitt. That is absolutely correct Jack. It was Ashley babbitt. The only gunshot that was fired that day was by lieutenant Byrd, who murdered Ashley babbitt and to your viewers, your listeners. Number one, that shooting never went to a grand jury. It was the quickest shooting I've talked to individuals inside the capitol police and said, we've never seen an investigation happen so quickly. It should have gone to a grand jury. And then Benny Thompson and the dishonest media, the greatest threat to our nation, they want to make these claims that police officers were killed that day by rioters. There were some medical emergencies, no question about it. But there's not one autopsy, not one autopsy conducted that said that any of those officers were murdered. The only one that was murdered was Ashley babbitt. I had Aaron babbitt up there two weeks ago, and I actually took him inside the capitol, took him to the speaker's lobby where his wife Ashley was killed because I think it was very important for him to see and he hasn't been there. So,

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Guest Host Jack Posobiec and Rep. Troy Nehls Discuss Ashli Babbitt

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Guest Host Jack Posobiec and Rep. Troy Nehls Discuss Ashli Babbitt

"If you're following president Trump on true social because I know I certainly am, he had a post-op about a couple of weeks ago that said Congress been Troy nells from the great state of Texas. Is out with his new book the big fraud what Democrats don't want you to know about January 6th, the 2020 election and a whole lot else. Well, I'm excited to say that congressman Troy nells is here with us today, former law enforcement 30 years, 8 of those as a county sheriff in Texas. That's right, a constitutional sheriff in Texas. Congressman, thank you so much for joining us today on the Charlie Kirk show. Jeff, thank you. It's good to be with you, what an honor. And yes, you can get the book on Amazon. It's flying off the shelf. So thank you and Trump's endorsed it. It's a must read for all Americans, but thank you. Well, and the fact that the president endorsed it obviously incredible, you know, I'm just looking even at the cover and of course I followed your work on pushing back on so much when it came to the January 6th investigations. And even the Ashley babbitt case, and that's essentially what now, the cover, of course, here is not the Ashley babbitt shooting, but it does show it does depict those capitol police agents pointing the guns directly at the people on January 6th. Yes, I was the probably the last member to leave the house floor. I'm at the back door, and that's what the cover is. Me at the back door's conversing with the riders. Oh, that's you. Oh, wow. I didn't realize I was actually at the back doors and then there's a few minutes later I heard the shot that lieutenant Byrd did in my humble opinion murder and kiel Ashley babbitt and we so how far away it would and I apologize for not realizing it was you at first, but how far away were you? Walk us through the actual the tactical setup there because how far were you from that hallway when lieutenant bird fired that fatal shot? Yes. The shot took place in the speaker's lobby, which was behind me. And I would probably say a distance of maybe 50 yards. I was at the doors that lead into the House chamber, trying to make sure that they didn't breach the House chamber. No rioter never got on the House floor, so the left Benny Thompson and everybody. They're telling you that if Ashley babbitt would have jumped through that window into the speaker's lobby, she would have been on the House floor. That is just a false sense. It's not true.

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Dinesh Ponders the Significance of Ray Epps: The 'Dog Who Didn’t Bark'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Dinesh Ponders the Significance of Ray Epps: The 'Dog Who Didn’t Bark'

"I want to focus on this segment about on ray apps, ray apps, of course, is the guy who is perhaps the most conspicuous of all the January 6th protesters. He was the guy. Let's go into the capitol pointing to the capitol, caught on camera, egging people to go into the capitol. And he does this repeatedly. In fact, his behavior is so anomalous that people around him start shouting no no no and fed fed fed essentially saying out loud, what there's now strong reason to believe that in some way, ray epsilon was a plant. He was an informant he was an inside man almost egging on people to do something so that they could then be right into a trap that he and others, his puppet masters, if you will, had perhaps set up for this for this purpose. We even see on video a whispering into the ear of a protester. Just moments before that young man makes the first breach of the capitol polices, well, seemingly inept or perhaps in some cases nonexistent. Obstructions or defenses. Now, given all this, it would seem obvious that ray ups would be arrested, indicted, facing serious charges. If there's a conspiracy case to be made against anybody, it would seem that it would focus on apps far more than on Stewart roads who was not even there. And certainly didn't go inside the capitol. So what's going on with Rey apps? Paul gosar wants to know and he has asked demanded that attorney general Garland hand over all documents relevant to the app's case. And gosar points out again the obvious reps is the one person on the video actively directing people toward an into the capital.

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QAnon follower who chased officer convicted in Jan. 6 trial

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

QAnon follower who chased officer convicted in Jan. 6 trial

"A QAnon follower who chased a capital police officer up a staircase during the January 6th riot has been convicted I Norman hall A federal jury in Washington deliberated for about four hours to convict Douglas Jensen a construction worker and QAnon follower Jensen led a crowd of rioters chasing capitol police officer Eugene Goodman the incident was one of the most watched scenes in coverage of the insurrection a reporter's video of the confrontation went viral Jensen was convicted on all counts including assault interference with police officers and is sort of conduct inside the capitol while carrying a folding knife in his pocket During the trial's closing arguments a prosecutor accused Jensen of weaponizing rioters by taking the lead and chasing the officer Norman hall Washington

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Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words

"Dan bishop, Republican from North Carolina talking to mondaire Jones who's far left Democrat from New York. Listen to this exchange because congressman bishop was quoting congressman mondaire Jones who said that officer Brian sicknick at the capitol was bludgeoned to death. Did I hear? And I think did you say that police officer was bludgeoned to death by the crowd at the January 6th riots? I said a police officer was bludgeoned to death. I did not say at the hands of whom mister bishop. Who are you referring to if you don't mind saying? And get that information for you in a few minutes. Well, I just want to make sure because are you denying that capitol police that at least one capitol police officer was murdered in the midst of what happened on January 6th? Yeah, I think I am. Here's what I understood that there were reports early on that sicknick was struck with the fire extinguisher. And that subsequently was debunked as false. He died of natural causes that were not connected to the event. Are we talking about the same person's sickness or are we talking about somebody else? Seriously, I mean, this is a genuine question. The medical examiner, the U.S. capitol police put out a report agreeing with the medical examiner finding the USCP officer. Well, just an initial thought and I know that mister Roy, you two are an attorney. Mister bishop speaks often about how brilliant of an attorney he is. We're talking about but four causation of officer sickness death. And so I would hope that you would at least concede at a minimum that mister sickman died as a result of what happened on January 6th. And I'm disappointed if you would suggest otherwise. Well, I mean, look, I don't think that's the stammering because he can't believe that the guy said that.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish

Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish

"What does that even stand for. The grand old party is gop. That's republicans and instead of right grand. Old party's the grand q. Party because seriously they just bring all these people in so cunanan is really big at and the q. Guy has has disappeared at this point in december posted his last drop and haven't heard from incense and of course nothing since the storming of the capital. So they're kind of running it on their own now and i think that that might fade because it was really interactive for them. They were really into it. They got to like he would drop these really cryptic things and they could figure it out and try and say okay. Well what is he trying to say here. And i and if they got it wrong then they would just say oh we just interpreted it wrong so then they could just keep moving the goal post over and over and over and it's like just brought in every single possible conspiracy. You can think of because what happened was youtube and facebook and tiktok their algorithms. Pick these things up and if you were one of those people who were looking for any other conspiracy like anti vaccinations or anything like that. It would bring you to this conspiracy to the q. Wow yeah i think the question is why did people get into this during the pandemic of course people are just sitting around. They weren't working they on lockdown. They were home. They weren't doing anything they're poking around on the internet and it spread just so fast. Like i said the level things reinforced a. Lotta the conspiracies and it was really interactive for them. Because it was so all these breadcrumbs and then this part was really fascinating that they created this hashtag saver children or stole it and it really brought in a lot of people victims of abuse because it really goes to this primal fear that were were afraid of our children being kidnapped. It's horrific to think of your child being kidnapped and traff. Oh yeah so. I think a lot of women really got into this conspiracy because of that. A lot of people got sucked into this q. On stuff so now. All the sites are down right. Yeah you can't hardly find anything anymore. He can't find any of it. You can find the archive of them talking to each other. But i can't even find the last few posts for the last few. Yeah yeah and i think it ruined a lot of their lives to yes so now You hear a lot of the stories of them coming out and lot of them regret it. A lot of them regret being there they actually thought that trump was going to part in them or that he was going to enact the insurrection. Act which would have allowed the military to take over and then they would have been there to support the military. That's a lot of them..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on AP News

"A thistle is AP News. I'm Rita Fall away President Biden and the first lady of paid their respects to the U. S. Capitol Police officer killed while protecting the building from rioters in January. Officer Brian Sick, Nick is lying in honor of the Capitol building. The A P s. Jackie Quinn on Honor guard surrounds a platform that holds his urn and a folded American flag in the Capitol Rotunda in a tribute to slain Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, honored by his colleagues, some of the Mourners arriving khaki uniforms with slow, deliberate, respectful salutes. A morning memorial service with legislators will be followed by his interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Jackie Quinn washing In turn, President Biden says his heart aches for the families of the two FBI agents killed yesterday in Sunrise, Florida They were there to search an apartment and a child pornography case. The suspect apparently killed himself. President wants you to be able to get a cove in 19 shot at your neighborhood pharmacy. He's freeing up more vaccine doses, and they'll start to go out to pharmacies next week. The AP Soccer Madani with what the White House is saying, This is a critical step to provide the public with convenient, trusted places. White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zion says it will be limited at first with one million doses distributed to some 6500 pharmacies starting next week. The ultimate goal is 40,000 pharmacies would change from CBS to Costco taking part, Zion says a priority is getting the vaccine to minority communities. Well, this was a surprise, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will give up the job to Amazon executive Andy Jassy. Obey Zoe's will stay involved.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And in January now earlier on the program tonight. Big John Howell talked with the 43rd Ward Alderman Mary Ann Smith of the Lincoln Park neighborhood, and she would like to see Cook County State's attorney, Kim Foxx be tougher on juvenile offenders. State Attorney's Office had not Authorized the treatment of juvenile's of adults. Enough cases. So they have that tool. They can do it. They haven't been doing it. Uh And the other thing is that You know, there are no penalties to punish adults to drag juvenile's into crimes. I think they're absolutely I mean, people work every system that there's ever been right. And now the adults are really Incentivizing. The Juvenile's to get involved in crime or criticism of Kim Foxx tonight from the Oakland Mayor Sandra Bure E. She tells the daily Southtown that Fox is to blame. For the death of a 12 year old girl who was in a vehicle struck head on by another vehicle, the man accused of drunk driving in this incident, Daniel Regulatory, was out on bond on three different pending felony cases. And the mayor of Oakland, Sandra Beery, Says that Kim Foxx should resign immediately. She says that the Fox quote betrayed the public trust in displays. We were telling you about a horrific fire yesterday that killed Five people, including four little girls under the age of six. Now they're saying a space heater is the suspected cause of that fire are Lauren Cone, with a story explains. Investigators believe a space heater is to blame for a fire that broke out in a two story duplex yesterday morning in the 700 block of Oakton Street, killing a mother and her four kids. Preliminary findings show the blaze sparked at the top of the stairs, which is the only entry and exit to the second floor unit. There were no working smoke detectors on the second floor where the family was found. The father wasn't worked at the time and the Sun Times reports the property has a long history of code violations, but non pending at the time of the fire. Lauren Cone 8 90 wls new governor, J. B. Pritzker says he's activating 500, Illinois National Guard members To go to Washington, D. C. This is a security mission at the U. S. Capitol that Pritzker says will last until mid March, he says What they'll be doing is quote rooting out the dark forces of racism, white supremacy and disinformation. That Pritzker says have created this moment in the United States. Meanwhile, the U. S. Capitol police want Congress to build a permanent fence around the building after the January 6th terror attack. Here's a B C's Andy Field, the acting U S Capitol police chief, saying they must make vast improvements to congressional security, which would include a permanent fence and stationing backup forces close by in case of another attack. The January 6th assault killed at least five people. Well, including the Capitol police officer and injured scores of others. Congress must approve the change. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington while Governor Pritzker weighing in on that big dispute between the Chicago Teachers Union and the Chicago public schools over in class instruction No Cameron with that story whiskers not take insides. But he argues, it's not. CPS is fault at CTU Members aren't getting vaccinated yet TT you teachers teaching in Chicago would be eligible for Chicago's vaccination program. And, you know, as more vaccine arrives more teachers indeed, more people in phase one B will be able to get vaccinated. The governor also said he's still reviewing that bill on his desk that would expand. SETI is collective bargaining rights. No Cameron 8 $90 listening. While Illinois Republicans blaming pit Pritzker about the state's lagging efforts in vaccines, they say Illinois is 47th. In our nation in overall vaccine distribution President Biden today announcing steps to get people health care. He's opening a special window so more Americans that want health coverage can get it through the affordable care act. He's also undoing another trump order related to Medicaid decides to executive orders. Basically,.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"More handle on the news. Jennifer Jones, Lee Wayne and me. A second U. S Capitol Police officer has committed suicide. This was revealed during congressional testimony. Theatrically in chief was talking to the House Appropriations Committee and revealed amongst other things that this has happened now. Is there any connection and they connected the suicides to what happened, Or is it just serendipitous that it just happens to? Because that happened good cops commit suicide, much higher rate. Then non cops. I think just the timing. The connection is assumed because of the timing. But I suspect both of these guys were already troubled. You would think so before this happened and to a certain state. Especially as a law enforcement officer. When you get to a certain state at that point, it doesn't take much more. So maybe that is what happened here. I read this story to this morning on the Capitol police officers that are injured and still recovering from the attack. Officials say one officer has cracked ribs. Another is expected to lose an eye and others. In other words, multiples have brain injuries. It's just unfathomable to me. Yeah, and so many American few these people's Patriots. By the tens of millions of Americans think they're patriots. There was just the cost of doing business when you have a revolutionary war and you want to bring America back to its state of freedom. You want to bring democracy back? I mean, it is so screwed up. It's beyond belief. All right, well, the MIM that we all have seen that gets funnier and funnier in my book. Ah! Bernie Sanders there at the inauguration with his mask on and his big puffy jacket and his mittens. Well, those mittens now in the means have helped to raise almost $2 million for his charities in Vermont government..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on AP News

"Required brain surgery. One received a trip to Walt Disney World through Make a wish, Iowa before Woodley was hired as CEO. I might cross CEO the U. S. Capitol Police departments investigating an incident involving a Maryland Republican lawmaker who was reportedly trying to enter the House chamber with a concealed gun. Metal detectors have been installed at the capital after this month's deadly incursion. That's apparently what alerted Capitol police to Maryland Republican Andy Harris carrying a concealed weapon law makers can bring unloaded guns into the capital, but not into either chamber of Congress. The incident was witnessed by a reporter who said Harris was sent away by an officer and then tried to hand the gun toe. Another lawmaker who refused it before coming back minutes later without setting off the metal. Detector. Harris, a spokesman says the congressman has a weapons permit and abides by house rules, adding Harris and his family have faced death threats. Jackie Quinn Washington Metal detectors have been installed at the capital after this month's deadly incursion. That's apparently would alerted Capitol police to Maryland Republican Andy Harris carrying a concealed weapon law makers can bring unloaded guns into the capital, but not into either Chamber of Congress. The incident was witnessed by a reporter who said Harris was sent away by an officer and then tried to hand the gun toe. Another lawmaker who refused it before coming back minutes later without setting off the metal detector. Harris, a spokesman says the congressman has a weapons permit and abides by house rules, adding Harris and his family have faced death threats. Jackie Quinn Washington AP News I'm to McGuire the Senate works.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So there we are. Um Leave it at that. I would just stop right there. All right. I am. I'm done. I'm sorry. I It's Friday night. But you know what? Though? These are good things when you're married, so have fun. Custer and I keep hitting too many buttons over here on my my computer, my bozo pewter. Where is my little button, huh? There we go. And every God thing messed up a little bit. How about that? Okay. So more on the writers from the capital 32 or three more rested today from the Metroplex and then my favorite criminal. Realtor in North Texas is generally in. I want to see you here. Yes. We're going to get to her in just a moment. Just a moment? Yes. Where is she? There she is. Oh, yes, yes. Yes, I will. Breaking five for our country. I want to sell your house now. Yeah. I don't want to see you here. Yes, now. Where was it? Excuse me. So 34 year old Richardson man made threats to calling for the murder of the U. S. Capitol Police officer and assassinating You see, Next time we'll bring the guns claimed it said he had a rope in his bag when he invaded the capital wrote the Last time you went to D. C. He had a lot of guns for the Trump Rally said the dollar might collapse. The civil War could start. And his attorney now, says. He also discussed the fatal shooting of the writer in the Capitol building by a police officer. He said. We gotta get ahold the officer and hug his neck with a nice rope. So, um, he has attorney today after he was cuffed and stuff, says he takes responsibility for his action, and he wants to move forward to put this behind him. And Unlike Jenna Ryan, the criminal Realtor from Frisco. He is not openly asking for air demanding a pardon. This is so great. I'm gonna play you some new audio from that in a moment. For her. I want to say your hay house from her. But now we have another person that was cuffed and stuff. A 22 year old Fannin County Man course nor Texas Fannin County. And, um So 22 year old Fannin County man who was arrested as well. He has seen in videos and charged by the FBI and arrested he admitted to being at the front of the crowd pushing against cops who were enforcing the restricted area area access to the building. Restricted access to the building. He pushed past He says he pushed past cops to get into one of the doors, the capital. He used his flagpole to bang on the window. Was a video of him shoving through a police encounter. And in article of him inside the capital they had at one point. He also shared an article of him inside the Capitol on Social media, saying I made the news. He also said he'd been pepper sprayed in a Snapchat video. So he's been arrested as well. And now we go to our favorite, my favorite criminal realtor at the mob there its capital. Is this Jenna Ryan from Frisco and this, um, news on her today, a couple pieces of news one. She did you know that she Woz. Doing a donations get it received was getting donation. Shana PayPal account stuff to get donations to help her pay for her defense. Yes, well, breaking five for our country. I want to sell your house now. You know, Jenna said Chris here you're buying and selling It like to be your real trust. Well, you know you're a close second, but I'm so sorry. Todd. Tre Monti beat you out. I am so so Sorry, sweetie. I was just so close. It really Woz and you know, she she was bummed out. I know she was bombed out very close, very close, but papal yanked her. She cannot. She can no longer get donations of papal Jenna Ryan's account. My camp was shut down after she asked supporters online for help with the legal cost. Here's the deal the Listen PayPal is not doing it because they are against Trump supporters..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Was used against Alex in the Valley in Russia, the 44 year old Navalny, Putin's most well known critic campaign to challenge him in the 2018 presidential election. Was barred from running. He's issued scores of reports over the years about corruption in Russia under Putin's regime After recuperating for months in Berlin after his August 20th poisoning. He returned to Russia on Sunday evening despite the warrant for his arrest. Capitol complex was briefly locked down on Monday due to what U. S Capitol police called an external security threat after a fire was reported several blocks away in a homeless encampment under a nearby bridge. Correspondent Bernie Bennett has this report. The lockdown went into effect as rehearsal for President elect Joe Biden's Wednesday inauguration was underway, forcing people to be evacuated from the capital's West front and back into the building out of an abundance of caution. Nearby. Reporters noted that smoke could be seen rising in the distance behind the Capitol. Law enforcement officials said that there was no threat to the public and the fire was not believed to be a threat to the inauguration. Local firefighters put out the blaze quickly. The evacuation of some participants and lockdown were ordered by the acting chief of Capitol police and what officials call an abundance of caution. Bernie Bennett reporting no stocks today because of the Martin Luther King holiday. More on these stories at town hall dot com. Patriots software dot com accounting in payroll. Keep your time and money. Quite careful here. Serial.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"When you do that. Listen, when it comes to, uh When it comes to the blacks being treated differently all summer. That's because they suspended law and order, and now they're trying to promote law and order, with some crazed riders down the Capitol building. But interestingly enough, did you know that the U. S. Capitol Police are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act, however. I'm getting a little bits and pieces being retired One force mint that Pelosi has offered tentacles in this with the Capitol Police be part of this. Yeah, I Chris. Thank you. Thanks for your service, and I agree. Something's up and I don't want to be inflammatory and thank you for your nice comments. Something's up. It's like Pelosi knows everything. And that's her house. That's not our house. That's not the people's house. That's Nancy sounds down there, and that's why I get so many always the people that owes the hollowed grounds. No, it's not. It's a corrupt, slithering snake pit is what Congress is right now, you know, and and we upload all the folks trying to go down with good intention. She knew something. Something's up. That riot just plain didn't happen. My my my argument in all this, and I know we got a break and hold the calls, please. And we'll break for a second is that we should have been smarter. We should have been more measured. You know, as we went into the election, you can't just say I'm gonna vote. The president said it. No one listened to the president. No one listened to the president. They're going to try to hijack this Diego. They're gonna vote for me. He's got 50,000 people in the middle of the night somewhere in Pennsylvania. And and people go are screaming like a rock star, By the way, no rights, no anything. No problems? No anything And he goes the only thing I worry about what the president said himself is the egos think they're gonna hijack this election is gonna steal votes he knew and no one. They should have been ahead of that. Four years ago. His students he got in. They should have been looking into it, You know, And it was a mistake. That was a mistake. And also when you do, and you're gonna have the Maga march, which was beautiful and wonderful What a great celebration. I would not have thought about it on. You know why? Because there was no violence at any Maga marches. You hear the FBI? Come on my show and say on our show here and say no, the magazine people clean up after themselves. Would they pick up garbage? They say prayers. They say God bless America. This is not maggot who raided the capital there. Some people got caught up in it. You know when that was the bad thing, But it made wasn't a good idea to have that march. Probably not. But why can't we have the right to celebrate? America is my argument to that when they say the march should not have happened. But But in retrospect, there should have been law enforcement all around the way. It is now down there, because some by the way, and I'll leave you with this will come back with this. Something's happening. Something's happening. And there's something happening. I'm getting emails and Texas Chris. You touched on it. Something's happening. That's why those troops are down there in Washington, and I I think we're gonna be okay. I hope we're gonna be okay. But it's gonna I'm just a little uneasy as we go into election day, and I would stay home if I were you and, you know, keep the car gassed up, You know, keep some cash ready And I'm gonna better get a generator, you know? And one of these days that people say, Joe, you got to get a firearm. I go now. I'm starting to believe those folks who tell me I've got to get a firearm. We're on our own. We're on our own kid. But you know what? You know, The good news is we're gonna make it. We're gonna make it till they shut us off the air. And then you know what they should have self there then we'll be in the streets. Jo on the radio 6 42 done in a threat that in a threat, it's exactly what will happen. 6 42 will go to the calls. We come back. Let's take a time without the too low. He has the headline news. Live in local right here on a m 9 70 the answer opinion,.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Course. Eddie President Trump is ordering the American flag to be flown at half staff at federal buildings for the next several days in a sign of respect for the U. S Capitol police officer who died in Wednesday's riot and another who reportedly died in the days after the move comes as House Democrats continue their push to impeach the president. After criticism from both sides of the aisle, the White House lowered the White House flag to half staff. Have to honor Officer Sick Nick's life. This comes as new images continue to come in from Capitol Hill, disturbing new images that really show exactly how things unfolded. On Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence's name invoked multiple times on Capitol Hill with people screaming quote, Hang pence over and over after the vice president announced he would follow the law and certify the electoral votes for president elect Joe Biden. There is a real possibility that President Trump may become the first president. American history to be impeached twice boxes David spent. Meanwhile, Google, Apple and Amazon have all band to the conservative leading social networking APP parlor from its platforms due to discussions of violence on its site during and following the riot at the Capitol last Wednesday. Parlor CEO John Mates tells Fox News Sunday morning futures that this is a coordinated move to kill his company. They all work together. They're actually shutting all of our servers off the night off the Internet, so they made an attempt to not only kill The Apte but to actually destroy the entire company and this as businesses are rethinking political contributions in the wake of the deadly capital siege. Citigroup is pausing all federal political donations for the first three months of the year, saying it will not support candidates who do not respect the rule of law and the trade group representing Blue Cross Blue Shield says it's suspending political contributions to lawmakers who voted last week to reject the electoral college results. America is listening to Fox News..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WTOP

"30, 70, Gaithersburg and 39 in Leesburg tomorrow. Thank you very much. 6 11 on w T O P the storming of the capital by that pro trump mob has led to a shake up inside the Capitol Police Department. Department's being accused of not being prepared. Chief Steven Son has resigned. Mike Murillo learned of his replacement from NBC Force Investigative reporter Scott McFarland. Me new acting police chief is a is a veteran of the department. Somebody who's been there since 2001, including in a leadership position. Her name is Ananda Pittman. She is the first African American female supervisors attained the rank of captain Ah, veteran of the department. She's the acting police chief moving forward and we heard she's AH local person. She's at Morgan State University grad and obviously been a veteran of the department for 20 years. She's been in this area. She also because she's acting police chief is now an active member of the Capitol Police Board, the four person board that oversees all security on the hill and all law enforcement on the hill. She's joining a lot of newcomers because three of those four lost their jobs since Wednesday. What can we expect here with the process? Obviously searching for a new chief with also an investigation? An active investigation going on? How can that get in the way of Process of finding a new chief for a permanent position. So getting a new chief for the U. S. Capitol Police involves an awful lot of stakeholders. Obviously, the department itself is going to be a big part of that. But there's congressional oversight of this police department. This is a police department that answers directly to Congress. So there's committees that may have to be consulted the Senate Rules Committee, the House Appropriations Committee. Extra layers of bureaucracy here because Congress has its own internal police department is the U. S. Capitol police and they are a big agency 2300 employees. There's an awful lot of cooks in the kitchen. Now you've been in the capital a lot and over your career and work with the Police department. No press conference since this happened. Is that something unexpected? Not from this department unexpected after a major American tragedy, perhaps do not have any briefings any updates anything on camera otherwise from U. S Capitol police. During the size and scope of what happened, Mike, But those who've been on the hill along time expect nothing less. I mean, the Capitol Police are not a transparent agency. They're not subjective things like open records request. They don't issue police reports. They don't issue mug shots. They're not. They don't do the things your local community Police department does so alike of transparency here, though, considering the size and scope of the event Wednesday might be surprising. It's not surprising to those who worked on the hill a long time and more sad news as we've learned another Capitol police Officer has died while off duty. That officer was there on Wednesday. U. S Capitol police announcing the death of Officer Howard Leave in good. There's an investigation likely but by some law enforcement agency, the update. We got those from Capitol police. This was an off the job death from somebody who did respond on January. 6th likely a local police department. Reviewing the cause of death will make that determination. And this, of course, comes the same day that Officer Brian Sick Nick was laid to rest. This is a police department that suffering its own type of trauma, not just the Those who knew the two who died. But how many were injured, at least 60. How many are are now being questioned for failure, even though the failure may not have it all, then the rank and file it's real tough time. I talked to the union head of the Capitol police and, he said, to say a prayer because this is a remarkably difficult and unprecedented time. And that is NBC. Ford's investigative reporter. Scott Macfarlane. Sports is next day with US Hey, there Easy listener. Time. Pennington here, you know, Prince of the puka shell necklace King of the cargo shorts..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Here is the update on the news. The update on the news, A Capitol police officer died from injuries that were sustained after clashing with the with the mob over at the Capitol building, according to NBC News. The U. S Capitol police officer died Thursday after being injured in clashes of pro Trump riders in the capital today before Officer Brian Sick. Nick was injured while physically engaging with protesters Wednesday returned to his division and then he collapsed. He was taken to a hospital. He died about 9:30 P.m. on Thursday. Signature joined at the Capitol police in 2000, and he's the fifth person to die from Wednesday's violent clash in Washington. Of course, there is a woman who was shot to death by Capitol police during the middle of the riot. Then there were three other people who died of unspecified medical emergencies over the course of the right. His death will be investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, sickening most recently served in the Capitol Police Department's first responder union, according to a statement from the Capitol police. News of the officer's death comes shortly after Capitol police chief Steven Son resigned amid criticism of the department's response to writers who broke through the barricades, vandalizing the building and clashing with police. Now, as we now know, we know that Mayor Muriel Bowser was not interested in having a vast police presence. We know that the feds were also concerned about ticking off the protesters or rioters or something, which is absolute insanity. This is a failure at every level, but it needs to be a full investigation as to why they were not more officers on the ground. Why the response took hours on end and all those videos that you've seen of the officers removing barricades in order let people through. It was not in order to let people through. It was because they were consolidating their lines. This will become relevant a little bit later on in the program when we discuss the pathetic notion that the police treated these rioters with kid gloves because they were white. This has now become the talking points. Did your of the Democratic Party It's disgusting. We'll get to that in a moment. First other news They're a bunch of Trump Cabinet officials who have now resigned. Elaine Chao, who is the secretary of transportation and wife of Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader. Temporarily. She has now resigned Her post. Also, Betsy DeVos resigned her post as well, Mr Voss said in a letter. There's no mistaking the impact your rhetoric had on the situation is what she said to President Trump. She said. We should be highlighting and celebrating the administration's many accomplishments on behalf of the American people instead were left to clean up the mess caused by violent protesters overrunning the U. S Capitol in an attempt to undermine the people's business. That behavior was unconscionable for a country There's no mistaking the impact your rhetoric had on the situation. That is the inflection point for me. Naturally, the left is not meeting any of these people with open arms. They're not suggesting another moderates and other media Nobody is suggesting that the folks are resigning from the Trump administration over this incident. I want to get any credit for doing so instead because they were in the Trump administration in the first place. The idea is that they are very bad, And this lends itself to the second narrative of the day, which is that if you voted for Trump if you're conservative in any way, if you don't believe any of the work nonsense, pushed by the left, this means that you are part of the problem. You are equivalent to the people who ride it and broke into the Capitol building. Now, let me be clear about something. Vast majority. People who are at the protest are not even equivalent to the writers who broke into the Capitol building. The vast majority of people who went to that protest believe something that was not true about the voter fraud and voted regularly. Voter regularity allegations made by Trump Many of them believed something that wasn't true about the congressional ability to overturn the election. But they were there because they believed, I think in certain patriotic fashion that the that the election ought to be upheld. In a true and proper way. Now, their definition of true proper. I don't think it's factually based, but those people were not the people who are committing acts of criminality. A couple 1000. People probably broke into the Capitol building into equate even the tens or hundreds of thousands of people who were at that rally with Trump to the people who broke into the Capitol building would be conflicting, everybody in a way. That's not true, So certainly it's even more true that people who were not at the rally who did not believe what Trump was selling what Josh Holly was selling. All the people who did not believe that the election was stolen. And certainly all the people who voted for Trump are not to blame for what happened here. Yet that is the narrative that is being drawn by the media. Every good conservative is now being lumped in with the people who decided to violate the heart of the democracy. And by the way, it is more. I'm hearing some rumblings on the right. Well, you know, they just wrecked a building. What's the big deal? Let me be alone wrecked buildings all throughout the summer. NBL not only wrecked buildings they put built businesses out of business in Congress is back in session that evening. There's truth to that. It also happens to be the fact that this was an insurrection because this was an overt attempt to stop the business of government from going forward. Now is not a cool as some people have been defining it because the military was not involved. There is no official move toe attempt to remove the senators. There was no official attempt. To actually over from the election that actually didn't happen. But the basic notion here that it was not a big deal that obviously is not true, either. So as always, many things can be true once, but the one thing that is certainly true is that there's about 90% immunity in this country out of some higher maybe 95% unity that breaking into the Capitol building and running roughshod through that building is bad. That is a problem. As you will see, the left is now refusing to acknowledge that Because the left sees a way to make a political gain. Here on the way to make a political gain is to take the bad people who broke into the Capitol building and did violence and attacked police officers and lump them in with literally everybody on the right..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Thanks to Cabinet discounters. What's going on At least three House members. You're not moving to impeach President Trump Again. They drafted articles of impeachment. Accusing him of inciting and insurrection and blame him for the violence at the U. S Capitol Wednesday. Meanwhile, he finally released a video and said that he's working it towards a smooth transition of power in an online video, Trump admitted that a new administration will soon be in place. That's the closest he has come to conceding the election. The U. S Capitol police officer who was injured in Wednesday's riot, has died. Officer Brian Sick Nick is the fifth person to die in connection with the incident. Meanwhile, the chief of the Capitol police is stepping down following the violence. Steven Son has faced criticism for lack of security. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says the National Guard presence in D. C is going to increase dramatically. There are now 850 National Guard members on the Capitol grounds and that number is going to go up to 60. 200 by the weekend, and he also said there's going to be a 7 FT fence built around the capital area that will not be Transportation Secretary Elaine Show also stepped down earlier in the day and the FBI offering a $50,000 reward for information about people who said Suspected pipe bombs around the district. The bureau says Devices were found at headquarters of both the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee during the protests forecast for today cloudy skies with some isolated Sprinkles highs around 40 right now it's 32 degrees in Rockville, and that's still be until he's top stories. Our take on the news, said 97.1 Wash FM. Now if you listened earlier this week, you know the chili.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fox News vice president. Pence says he will not lead an effort to remove President Trump from office. By invoking the 25th amendments process, which permits the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet to swear the president is incapable of carrying out his duties. Failing that House Speaker Pelosi is threatening congressional action. If the vice president a Cabinet do not act. Congress may be prepared to move forward with impeachment. It is not clear the speaker would have the votes for that, with a smaller House majority. President Trump earlier sounding a conciliatory tone in a video released by the White House, We must revitalize the sacred bonds of love and loyalty that binds us together as one national family. To the citizens of our country serving as your president has been the honor of my lifetime resident said the people who infiltrated the capital Wednesday the file the seat of American democracy, and said those who broke the law will pay. The U. S Capitol Police officer has become the fifth person to die. As a result of chaos at the Capitol, U. S Capitol police, said Officer Brian D. Sick. Nick died Thursday night after he was injured while physically engaging with protesters Wednesday, he managed to return to his division office but soon collapsed. He was hospitalized and put on life support, but his injuries were too severe. His death is under investigation by Capitol police is well is the homicide branch of D. C. Police will NATO Iran's supreme leader, apparently making a pitch for the U. S. To return to the nuclear agreement with several other countries. The Ayatollah Khamenei says Iran will reverse its recent nuclear steps if other parties to the 2015 nuclear agreement fulfill their commitments. Also says that American sanctions should be lifted immediately. President elect Biden said the U. S. Should rejoin the Iran nuclear deal. America.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KGO 810

"Franklin with young kgo Capitol police are disputing the CNN report that they cop died during the riot insurrection. Whatever you call it. That left four people dead. Capitol police say media reports regarding the death of U. S Capitol Police officer are not accurate. That's good. Well, fine. I'm sure we'll hear more about that. Moving later. Images from this thing's fiasco show people with links to far right movements report on these other facts, checkers. It's really interesting. So are photographs of being shared online. People who stormed the capital suggest ties to far right movements, according to New York Times on done of the Aunt Eva activists Bs that that you've been hearing about from You know everybody's check this out. Snopes Politifact, buzzfeed news. Other organizations, none of it, but you know he's out there, saying it Our Ingram, Mac age. The Washington Times. I know that one of the editors over there nice sentiment note today and I we've known each other for 30 years when I said Dude, how can you How can you print these articles and push this antifa Bs? Can't really watch my language Also, I was that really pissed me off. The idea that they would really say that Mo Brooks, the congressman from other senator she's made from Alabama who was in a new idiot of the highest order. Kind of push that again. Trump Jr is tweeting it. Um, you know, uh What's his girlfriend's name? Kayleigh Mcenany saying that you know, and then they're all just echoing the same lie. Anyway. All right. Um, So what? What is the proper thing to do here? And what is the next way to go with this? And? And how likely is it? That will get, um either the 25th amendment or impeachment. We're gonna be right now is opinion Editor at the Washington Post. Molly Roberts. Molly, What is the status of all this? Molly? We're breaking up. Hello? We try that again, guys, we shouldn't get more time. Molly. What is the status again of the of the impeachment process? Well, the status of the Democratic pushes that it's pretty much official. It's coming from Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer both, and I think it would be Pretty tough to find a Democratic elected official in Congress who doesn't agree with that. It's a little more oven open question on the Republican side. We do have some Republican Congress, people who are saying that believes that the president should be removed and that they would support removal. I think they're most talking about the 25th amendment, but it's certainly not anywhere near the majority of them. Yeah, it would be. And that's exactly what you need. Not to mention the Cabinet and Mike Pence. It doesn't seem likely. I think that there is we're still in a kind of shock after what happened yesterday and Um, you know, it's interesting, too, because I You know, I I grew up there and listening to the local news. You get a lot more coverage than we do here nationally, and I was watching some of it online and just some of the people that came down out of curiosity. And then they had this one guy that worked over off of 17th street and you just can't walk down there to see what was going on. He ended up running for his life. He was Africa, half African, American and Asian, and he had people san things to him, like, Go home. You're gonna go home. We're gonna kill you. And, you know, I mean it. I don't know that we can really fully on media 3000 miles away. Understand how how weird. This was in the nation's capital. It is he something that had not happened since the war of 18 12. Um, is how palpable is this anger? And how long will it last towards the president for pushing the people to this point? I think it's certainly palpable. I think that Particularly what frustrating Too many people who live here is this sentiment. Not necessarily just among trump supporters. But even among people who disagreed with what the president did yesterday, Senator Ben Sasse, for example, that at Washington isn't a place where real people live and where real Americans live, and where people raise Children. Instead, it's just this Seat of government, and so you can treat it just as this site for protests, And of course, it's important to be able to come here on purpose. But when you protest in a way that's actually armed insurrection. That is damaging not just to those legislators who had to go it had in the Capitol basement, but also to the everyday folks in the city. You know, there's been, um Some opinion around the country That is horrible is this was this is what it's like now to be 1/7 grader and a junior high across America and that the idea that you know the guns in the Second Amendment, you know, and everything that we talked about. Just was brought home to these legislators that look, there's some real problems out here. There's some dangerously ill people. There's too many guns and there's ah predisposition. To solve these things violently and that maybe this was, you know, for them and up close encounter. I wonder. I wonder if it's gonna have that sort of effect on them when we talk about Even moderate Republicans when we talk about gun control, and we talk about, you know, 2 30 this bill that maybe maybe there is something to that where Facebook shouldn't be allowed to just allow Trump and others to put this This stuff by white supremacists on this public platform that everyone can see..

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And to all of my wonderful supporters. I know you are disappointed, but I also want you to know that our incredible journey is only just beginning. Thank you. God bless you and God bless America. There was a teleprompter read clearly on about 24 hours late. Yeah, more than that developing story around this. Supposedly Mike Pence has not talked to any Cabinet members about removing Trump under the 25th amendment, and Joe Biden said he has no interest. And opening any kind of impeachment proceedings with two weeks to go. Well, that sure, I mean, create a lot of chaos over these two weeks, which is going to get everybody just further crazed. Yes. You said they took away the nuclear No. No. The codes from him the night I've got to believe, though. That The guy with the guy who compressed the button on the nuclear bombs. He's gotten a call saying that if you get an order, stand down for a few minutes Yeah, I've been dead. You know, it started in reasonable fear. I mean, he's acting so crazed from, you know, not only publicly, but all the inside stories are is he's that he's unreachable mentally. He's angry. He rants and rants and rants and nobody can get to and nobody can calm him down and speculation that that November 2019 hospital visited. Want to read was something more than we've ever been told. Well, Some people think he really went off the deep end. After that, the whole of 2020. I wonder if If somebody said Look, if you don't go on. I think he released this on Twitter. If you don't Yes, if you don't give a civilized speech and denounce all the violence And make peace and promise uneasily transition Pence and the Cabinet are ready to have you removed. I just feel like that was a hostage speech, too. May I take this? He ever listened to anyone? No, But maybe you thought, you know, two weeks left, and I want to go out like this. No, he doesn't listen to anyone. But there are levers of power. They conceivably are stronger than he is. You can remove a president. All right. We got more coming up. Johnny Ken Kay, if I endeavor Marquez, and as you heard Ken talking about a few minutes ago, CNN is reporting that a U. S Capitol police officer has died. This would be the fifth person to die as a result.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on KOMO

"Now I'm Rick Fantasized with ELISA Jaffe Dan, our editor, Jeremy Greater. Learning today, the head of the U. S. Capitol Police will resign effective January 16th following that breach of the capital by a pro Trump mob chief Steven Son said today that police had planned for a free speech demonstration and did not expect the violent attack. He said it was unlike anything he'd experienced in his 30 years in law enforcement. He resigned today after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on him to step down. Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle a criminal charge related to its troubled 737. Max jetliner. The Justice Department announcing the settlement today, nearly two years after the second of two crashes that killed 346 people in all, and the search today on Wall Street, the Dow setting a new high will have the latest on money news coming your way on camo in just three minutes. The number of new jobless claims fell slightly last week to 787,000. It's evidence of a job market stumbling in the face of the viral pandemic and the damage it has inflicted on the economy for nearly 10 months with more on today's numbers. Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst for bankrate dot com, spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler. He's numbers reflect ah, bit of a decline from the previous week, but they also show that many employers they're still cutting jobs as the pandemic continues to kind of put the tight collar around business restrictions and Keeping consumers at home. Yes, I'm 42 weeks into the economic downturn related to the pandemic, and we're still seeing historically elevated do claims levels that were Worse than what we saw during of natural crisis and great recession and again 42 weeks into this, it won't be that long until it will have been a year and in the state of Washington we saw week over week increase in 10,000 to 4 30,000 to claim so. The economy may have contracted a bit here in the final quarter of the year because we're talking about a December employment report upcoming and we'll be getting eventually GDP numbers, But we know we're also in a journey to a better place. Problem is where we are right now is a place you wanna be. Yeah, You're right. There are the promises, or at least the hope of bigger stimulus checks on the way out of the new Congress and Presidential administration. That does take some time. Which is something a lot of people measure in seconds and minutes, not days and weeks. That's right and also vaccinations and obviously that's going slower than we had hoped and had been promised. But we know that eventually that will resolve itself and hopefully the vaccine will address the issue. You know, we've gotten one round of new economic relief legislation passed and signed the law as of the end of December on now, the Democrats control the Senate. It's not a political statement, on my part is just the economic reality that between Democrats controlling the White House, the House of Representatives and the Senate. Another round of stimulus legislation is to be expected. That is to help people probably in the second quarter, and so some people will be lifting their forecasts for GDP for 2021. Because of those likely political outcomes. The jobs report due out tomorrow and list doesn't look like it's gonna be a very pretty picture. Likely show the worst picture on hiring since the economic recovery began last May. Remember we lost 20 million jobs in March and April, then a pretty strong recovery. Began to take place, particularly over the following two months. But for the December reading the consensus among economists is that you get a gain in jobs about 50,000. That's about 1/5 of what we would have typically seen before the pandemic. Meaning it's negligible on there are some forecasts out there for even a contraction or loss of jobs of December. Whether that's the case, it's more important for traders on Wall Street than it is for. The likes of us and that is, it will be probably a less than positive picture for the December job market Mark As always, we appreciate your analysis and input. Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at bankrate dot com. And that is Como's Tom Hudler. Well, let's talk more about how Wall Street Fair today and it was a record in some respects. Jim Chess Co. Has your coma propel insurance money. UPDATES stocks posted strong gains in today's regular session, particularly Tech shares, the major indexes ending with fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 211 points the S and P 500 gained 55 in the NASDAQ composite soared 326 or 2.6%. A new 11 month high for US oil prices today, up for the third straight day February crude gained 20 cents to settle in 50 83 of Barrel first time claims for jobless benefits last week held fairly steady across the nation. The Labor Department says there were 787,000 claims filed in the week down just 3000 from the previous week. We'll get December Labor Department employment numbers tomorrow morning. That's your money now. And your money news every hour on CO Mo a 2050 past the hour traffic and weather straight ahead. Also on the way I'm her boys, Bob with a simple way to tell if that vehicle you're thinking of buying has headlights into a good acceptable or poor job. Hi. I'm Dr Anita Chandra with today's tip.

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"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"u. s capitol police" Discussed on WTOP

"Deadly chaos at the U. S Capitol. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein and I'm Mark Lewis. DC's mayor, Muriel Bowser, speaking moments ago, is calling yesterday's rioters at the Capitol domestic terrorists and she had some harsh words as well. President Trump. We know that the current president must be held accountable, but this unprecedented attack on our democracy. What happened yesterday is what he wanted to happen. And we must not underestimate the damage he going to to our nation and our democracy over the next two weeks, the secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy, says there are some new precautions in place today. At 9 A.m.. This morning, we began erecting a 7 ft, non scalable fence, which will be from constitution independence. And First Avenue. To the in front of the pond right there in front of the Capitol that that road right there, so these personnel and this security measures will be in place. We're no less in the next 30 days. And we'll be keeping all of these support mechanisms in place and constant coordination with Capitol Police PC's police chief Robert Conte says district residents should continue to expect traffic disruptions and large law enforcement presence around the National Mall in the capital. Meantime, the U. S Capitol police chief is defending his department's actions during the rioting, calling his officer's actions heroic. Stephenson, the chief of the U. S. Capitol, police, said the violent attack on the U. S Capitol was unlike any he'd seen in 30 years in law enforcement and despite criticism that rioters were able to breach security Son said in a statement released this morning that there had been a robust plan in place in anticipation of Wednesday's protests that he said turned into criminal riotous behavior, Son said while police worked to secure the capital, police were also responding to reports of two pipe bombs in different locations and a suspicious vehicle. Son said the Capitol police will conduct a thorough review of the security planning and procedures that were in place Kate Brian W. T. O P. News the woman who was shot and killed by police yesterday, has now been identified as actually Babbitt, an Air Force veteran who was part of a mob that pushed into the Capitol building. Meantime, the former chief of D. C s police force says the apparent lack of preparedness by Capitol police was in stark contrast to the way police handled the black lives matter. Protests over the summer. Former D. C. Police chief Charles Ramsey said Capitol police failed themselves and the country by not being ready. And when you look at what happened over the summer during a protest with black lives matter and others you saw cops everywhere. Do you think that the fact that most of these people were white changed the police response or at least preparedness for trouble? When you look at what took place and compare the two there's clearly a double standard now whether it was intentional or whether it was accidental, But it's two different approaches. And Ramsey pushed back against comments from President elect Biden and members of Congress that the violent takeover is not who we are exactly what we have become. This is where we are right now. At this point in history log, consistent double you tell, P knows DC's chief legal officer is also sharing his concerns about the differences and police response from this summer to the events at the Capitol. Our federal partners let us down. That's what D C attorney general Karl Racine says about the federal response around the capital that failed to stop rioters from breaking windows and running into the building during an interview on MSNBC, Racine compared that lax response to the one we saw last year when black lives matter was to protest Remember national guards from 20 States. Appeared before the capital and it military gear. Racine put most of the blame on the Trump administration and called on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and work to remove President Trump from office. Nick I Nelly w T o p News. Coming up on W. T. O P will hear some reaction to yesterday's events and the future of the Republican Party as we speak with former GOP chairman Michael Steele that's coming after traffic and weather 12 07 Hey, there Easy listener. Time. Pennington here, you know, Prince of the puka shell necklace King of the cargo shorts..

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