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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And one thought on that super quick. Before COVID, the countries that masked people were the least free countries in the world. Countries that put masks on people, Islamic theocratic. China. China and Islamic theocratic dictatorships know it's dehumanizing. My whole life, and when Candace and I went to college campuses before COVID was a thing, we would argue against hijabi women. We argued against it. We thought it was wrong. We thought that it was dehumanizing. I still believe putting masks on faces when there is no epidemiological value at all whatsoever is dehumanizing and it's bad for the soul and the spirit of individual. Okay. Well, Charlie, Candace, thank you both for being here. It's really an honor. Even after everything, the school polled to try to not let this happen. Like the tickets and even the fake fire, we really appreciate it. I got a great turnout. So thank you. My question is with everything that's going on and how quickly downhill you see our country going. Do you think we're going to turn that point? Where do you see us in 5 years? I don't think this country has ever been more conservative and that might surprise you. What we're fighting right now are bureaucrats. We're fighting a very fringe minority of people who have amassed a tremendous amount of power. They have people like Mark Zuckerberg, who just pour hundreds of millions of dollars into an election to determine its outcome. We're fighting an oligarchy. We're not fighting American citizens. We aren't. Honestly, I've been all around this country and the majority of people don't think that children should be sexualized in the school system. But a loud minority was a lot of power do. And I think that they made a critical error, and this is why I'm so optimistic when they came from moms. And it's why I talk about the importance. I think they messed up, right? Mothers and this is why going back to the beginning of this conversation that we've had to say about this idea of women being depressed and suppressed and silenced by men, granddad was a leader of the household, but granddad always woke up with grandma's thoughts, right? Whatever happens if you see the way it works in the marriage, right? The man's the leader, but somehow always what the woman wants kind of happens in the household. And there's a reason for that. It's a perfect again in the Yang and it's women when you wake us up to something as critical as our children. The mama bear instinct for those of you that don't hunt. If you don't know this, the mama bear literally fights to the death, the papa bears, who will come and try to kill her young to make her go into heat again. That's real life for you. Like if they want the woman to go into heat, the papa bear will kill all of the cubs. And the mama bear will fight to her death to protect the cubs. And I think we're seeing that happen right now in America because suddenly the moms went wait a minute. Why am I suddenly fighting for my child not to be masked? Why am I suddenly fighting for my child is perfectly healthy not to receive these vaccine series. Why is my child suddenly living pornography? You had me. These people were voting for liberals voting for Democrats. Moms are the ones that are opening the mail. Mom's the ones that are filling out most of the times with who their husband are even voting for. You don't want to wake up a mama bear. That's been in hibernation. Let me tell you that, okay? Because when she wakes up and she focuses her attention on you, she will fight for the death. And I believe that that was a critical error that a left has made and we are going to make the biggest difference going into this next election cycle. Let me add to that. I believe we're going to win and I'll tell you why first, but we must do some things and I want to just encourage you in Wisconsin to stay on this topic. We have to fix the way we do elections in our country. We have to fix the way we do elections in Wisconsin. Allowing the hundreds that the millions of dollars from Zuckerberg, the mules, the ballots everywhere, the ballot drop boxes, there will be more and more revelations in coming weeks and months. Do not lose focus on this topic. Please, the way we do elections in our country must be reformed. If you are a skeptic on it, watch dinesh's upcoming movie, it will blow your mind of what happened in this last election. But here's the final reason why I believe we'll win if we act. If you were a Vegas odds better and you had one choice or the other, would you want to be on the team with joy Reid or that weird creepy eunuch on CNN that can't even take a question from a college kid or the people that can't define what a woman is or think that men can become pregnant or want black only dormitories or do you want to be on the team with the number one podcaster in history, Joe Rogan, the world's richest man, one of the most remarked comedians who's an atheist liberal who's now on team anti woke Bill Maher. The number one cable news channel in history, Tucker Carlson, Candace Owens team, and the team of reality truth beauty and goodness, the constitution history, facts and things you can prove. Yeah, I'll take the team with those people and you can keep the unit and the race lady on MSNBC any day. And we're going to win and those people are going to lose. God bless you. Thank you guys..

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Before I ask my question. Thank you. Your video popped up by like three, four years ago, randomly on YouTube and changed my life. Simone over there. That's just my girlfriend. She was a liberal, and she told y'all. And I let her know that I don't date liberal so she had no choice to change. I want to get married to no lyrics. But with that being said though, I come from a single parent household on government assistance of the one of the most poverty crime stricken areas. According to the FBI, my zip code was the worst in the nation, with that being said, I refuse to be a victim. Because I'm a Victor. And there's a couple of questions that I really want to ask but I can't because I'm actually a police officer for the city. And I want to get fired just yet. But. I'm tired of spineless leaders, spinous politicians, and it's a lot of things that I really want to get out right now. But to my question, what advice would you give to a young black conservative who wants to create their own platform or to possibly join an already established organization or a platform such as turning point USA? Like Brett and Tatum. Oh my gosh, too. Please officer also find a happier and I ain't a lot I'm ready to expose to you these parts. Well, the first thing that I would say is to figure out how you want to get involved because you're right now you're mincing your words 'cause you have to, which is why Brandon had to leave the police forces. He was tired of mincing his words. And he felt like he could support the police force better if he could say everything he wanted to. And I think that he's found that that's true. So if you want to get involved in a smaller level with community events and stuff, you know, I run blexit dot com. Charlie runs CPU USA. We both have tabs that say get involved, and you can link up. It'd be great to have you as an ambassador because you're obviously hilarious, eh? And we just, you know, to just get you involved in talking about what you see just hearing that background of your story. That's already inspiring. Like I already like there it is. Coming from absolutely nothing and standing up there and being on the side of the police and on the side of Law & Order. That's a story people need to hear, you know? And if you want to get involved on a louder level, speak out and speak out unapologetically, don't care what they say, what they have to say. You already have the credentials, all the victim put stuff that they think gives you street Cred, you got it, right? So say exactly what you want and inspire others to recognize that there's no virtue in remaining a victim. There's no virtue in staying on the streets. There's no virtue and becoming a gang member. We need more people like you speaking out full stop. So you'll always find a home getting involved in our organizations. Yeah, I agree with everything you say. I think we'll also help us a little bit younger conservatives and stuff. People can reach out to those who still stuck in this mindset. I used to be as we already know 90% of black people vote Democrat for no reason at all. I was once that person. So yeah, you have a position here. I love that. I love that. Our team will get touched and I'll just say one final thing. Thank you. You set a video changed your life and you could be end up making videos that could change other people's lives..

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Approaching it from an angle of here is where I am. Now if you're talking about the differences between like, can you be a transgender conservative can you be transgender and say that on the social issues I'm not conservative but I'm fiscally conservative? Like I'd have to get into weeds of what you're referring to like what I believe in free markets and capitalism and that becomes the job of the RNC and I think that what's happened a lot and there's a deeper conversation that should be had and I wish we had more time to discuss this is that we are conflating what it means to be a Republican with what it means to be a Christian. And so I need to understand what your and we shouldn't do that. We should not do that, right? The job of the Republican Party is to bring as many voters into the camp and see what we have in common and what are the things that we agree on and what we're finding the left on. The job of Christians is to take a stand against things that are against the Bible and against Christianity. And we've been conflating that a lot lately. And there's a deeper conversation. So I've kind of over answered your question a little bit, but I'd have to know more about what that how that transgender individual was entering in the conservative conversation, theologically fiscally what more can you provide there? I guess, yeah, more physically, I guess. It would be a better way to go about it. Yeah, it kind of gets into the Dave Rubin debate. Can you be a conservative gay person? Because you're a fiscally conservative. Of course you can. Of course you can. So when you get to the voting booth, you might be thinking that the number one, my number one priority is I believe in free marketing capitalism, some boring for the conservative guy, because I don't want to see a communist takeover of the country. That makes perfect sense. Awesome. Thank you so much. Thank you. Appreciate it. Hi there, Charlie, Candace, and miss Owens, congratulations on your second child. Thank you. I'm a film student here at UW. I'm actually graduating this semester. However, I should have had some hindsight on the industry I was getting into. You know, there's a lot that I'm actually worried about publishing or making or creating frankly with a lot of the topics or points that I want to talk about. Because I fear the reaction, or I fear the response that I would be getting and God knows you two have gotten some very severe responses, very negative responses from what I like to call this new Internet death threat culture. My question is a two part. How have you two personally dealt with those threats? And where do you think this sort of culture of extreme retaliation, especially via the Internet, has come from? Keyboard warriors do not at all bother me. They're not even like, I don't even read the comments. I literally do not care at all. I think it's so stupid. Like I just picture like a little teeny weeny 12 year old and their basement. Like, I'm gonna write mean comments on Zynga. Like, I don't know, it's just for me personally, it doesn't, I don't even bat an eyelash to comment on the Internet. It's like everybody's a troll. Everybody's got something to say. I get it. You've all earned your blood and crypt, thug marks on Instagram. Got it. Cool. I find that it's tremendous cowardice. It's not real. And 0% would ever say anything to my face, which is why I've never been accosted, save that one time from antifa because they only when they're in a group. Do they feel that they have the courage to say something? Yeah. But individually, these people would never walk up to me and say something like that to me. I hope I don't give them the vibe that they would think that I would take that sitting down pregnant or not. Because I wouldn't, you know. I'm just not one of those individuals. I don't play those little games and it's like if you have something to say and you disagree with me and you want to use a modicum of intelligence to do that, I'm happy to have a conversation with you, but Internet thugging is just like, it's just lame. It's just lame. Yeah, the Internet has a perverse incentive structure, right? So introverts end up spending more time on comments and extroverts actually live a life of meaning. And not to say they're sending wrong with introverts or extroverts, it's just true, like introverts are gravitating towards message boards and comments and extroverts are kind of like repulsed by that whole idea. So it's actually interesting to people that wouldn't be willing to say something to your face or the people that are probably actually dishing out the most amount of tax towards you. So you got to remember that, right? Is that it's the exact opposite of what you would think because of anonymity and bots and trolls and that stuff. Thank you. Proposed is the right where I'm always like, ew. What are you doing? This is weird. It's antisocial behavior. It truly is. Thank you. Appreciate it. Thank you. Sir. Hey, how you doing? Charlie, Kenneth. Just want to let you know that I appreciate you a lot.

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Perspectives. And I'll answer the second part of your question. I'm torn on it. I grew up in Illinois. It's where it's my home. But I left. But Illinois really left me if I'm honest. And I do believe that people should start to live around people that share your values. I don't think it's healthy when you have to be ruled under Lori Lightfoot or JB pritzker when there's other options in the same country. I just, I don't. And look, Wisconsin is a completely different completely different. I think Wisconsin is a much more conservative state than it's currently currently being reflected politically and it showed that in a lot of different ways. So Wisconsin is different. I love Wisconsin. It's one of my favorite places in the world. I mean, it's a great people. But look, I left, I went to Arizona, and just went to Tennessee. I want to start a family. I got married. I want to live around people that can tell me what a woman is. I want to live around people that believe that they're, you know, life begins at some form of point and doesn't believe in post birth abortion, like I don't want to be worried that my guns are going to be confiscated or that the kids in our community are going to be taught about lesbian sex when they're four years old. Like, that's not a state. I want to live in. And for me, that was a breaking point, not to mention the financial pressure of living in Illinois. And by the way, that happened, that idea of putting yourself into social environment that matches your own, that's a part of humanity. That's a part of that's not even that's animal instinct. Find your tribe is what we're saying, right? And people do that, whether you're first day of kindergarten, you're making your friend, you're finding people that you have things in common with, then when it becomes, you know, you become an adult and you're out in the world. It's the exact same thing. It's totally natural. Thank you. All right. Thank you. Thank you. I can't answer the question on your shirt. I'm not a biologist. Next. So it says what is a woman? Thanks to Matt Walsh. Anyways, thank you guys for coming out. It's got to be very annoying to talk about the same things that you do all the time. So thank you guys so much for coming here. It's not annoying at all. It's always a privilege. Awesome. My question is, I know Candace, you touched on it just a little bit, but what would you do? What's the alternative to big pharma? That's not something I am an expert on. I don't really follow that very often. That's something I'm just now learning about just this past year. So what's the alternative to big pharma? The alternative? Yeah, like a free market solution. I mean, when we're talking about big pharma, you have the same manufacturers of every vaccine. They put in all of these restrictions. So nobody, even with in terms of medicine, I mean what Trump passed in terms of the right to try. They won't allow anybody to even create medicines to create alternatives. They make everybody who says like, hey, this is in your cabinet. You can use this to treat this. Your quack doctor. Another alternative is just learning about the things that our grandparents knew. That not everything requires a pill. Honestly. And a lot of the reason why they put out these pills is to make you a lifelong customer of big pharma. I am so against like, I mean, when I say against medicine, I mean like, unless I actually need to take a pill, like really need to take a pill. I'm willing to just be sick for a few days and let my body naturally fight it. And we've become a society that doesn't do that anymore. And it's literally what created the opioid epidemic that we're facing right now in this country is that we have there's a pill for everything in America. And it is unique to America, by the way. In Europe, it is not like this. The amount of kids that I see that are on anxiety pills, depression pills, ADA ADHD pills. I mean, these are, yeah, benzos, all of these pills that are supposed to make them feel happier you're supposed to make them feel sad or supposed to help them focus. It's not natural. And they know it's not natural, and in the long run, of course, it's detrimental to your health. I mean, even talking about birth control pills. This is a conversation for another day that I can not wait to have with women, talk about being told from the second word enrolled in school, fight your fertility. In the long term effects of that, which have never been explored in which I think we're seeing today when we have so many women eating to turn to IVF to have one child and just the lack of education because we assign we have, of course, rightfully so we just trust doctors. I just trusted the doctor that gave me the gardasil shot, right? I just trusted the doctor because why wouldn't I? He's a doctor. And that system was built, for exactly that reason to make you believe that the doctor was smarter than you, the professor is smarter than you, trust everybody, but your own gut instincts. So I think one solution is for us to realize that we have to be our own biggest advocates that we have to be able to do the research that we have to think about these things critically because somebody tells you that this pill is fine and you can take it every day does not mean this pill is fine. You can take it every day. I'm a big believer in just using more natural things. I mean, I take all sorts of things that are in my cabinet before I'll turn to big pharma. I mean, like my granddaddy's do like the aloe Vera plant, he was a real old school and we had a burn. They use it all, by the way, and big pharma, but they package it and put a bunch of other chemicals in it and hand it to you and it works. So yeah, I mean, there's so many solutions we need to have a bigger conversation about what's in our food that's also big pharma. By the way, talking about the chemicals that are also in our food. Yeah, and so it's a much bigger discussion and I believe that it starts in the household and not being scared to have discussion. Get the scarlet letter, let them call you anti this quack doctor, all this stuff, just know that big pharma does not have your best interests at heart. They know that these pills are harmful. They quietly pull things off the market all the time that create addiction. And it's sad that we see the drug dealers, of course, go to prison, but big pharma execs never go to prison for the addictions that they create. And that people are turning to the streets because big pharma execs got them addicted.

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"You. Hello. Hello, Candace and Charlie. Huge fans here. Mom, my name is Simone. I'm 28 years old. I actually graduated from UW about 5 years ago when I was a hardcore liberal. Obviously I'm here today completely switched over, have much more conservative values because my Christian faith comes first. And then just getting into the real world, you just are open to a lot of things. My question for you is just more so some advice when your family and friends have totally different viewpoints than you are not even really opening to hearing your viewpoints. How do you deal with that? Make new friends because that's optional. Seriously, it's not life is too short, you know? And I'm not saying that your job shouldn't be people are sometimes just not ready to hear information. And I've realized that even with family members, that's a little more permanent, right? You're having family members that disagree with you. You wouldn't even I even told you the stories of what I went through coming out as a conservative on a public stage. When my family was so tied and boggled down, the majority of my family was liberal at that time, things have changed. They just weren't ready to hear the message, but then eventually the message comes to them in the form of their surroundings, right? Suddenly they're looking around and legal immigrants are being dropped off at their front desk. Trying to enroll into their kids, like my sisters in the classes, and they're dealing with all of the wool crap. They're dealing with having their small children that are being told they have to vaccinate, even though they're pro vax, they're not comfortable with this one thing. So wokeness is such a disease and it spreads so rapidly that eventually if you just hold on to truth, your friendships and those relationships will come back every single one of those people who were like, I can not believe who you are. And I'm saying it's not just my friends and family, but the world. I mean, like I just said, the Black Lives Matter narrative. I was enemy number one for telling truth about George Floyd and talking about Black Lives Matter. Well, it's either crickets now. They have nothing to say or they've come and they've said that they're sorry. And that's the beauty about being on the side of the truth, like the lie makes its way around the world before the truth gets its shoes on as my granddad used to say. Eventually the truth does wake up, turn the alarm off and get its shoes on. And I would just say, when those friends come back, accept them. The prodigal son applies to us all. If people but also dunk, be like, no humility I was right. Just kidding. Just kidding. That's the canvas version. The prodigal son parable. I told you, boy, not to go. Okay, thank you for being here tonight. I appreciate it. Hi you guys. My name is Nia. I have a question you mentioned to I think two questions previously. She asked, you recommended moving her conservative business to a conservative area? Would you recommend that for more liberal businesses to be doing that well, like to and would you also recommend that for naps necessarily businesses but just people in general to be moving out of the communities they disagree with and into their surrounding by people who they agree with and vice versa? Oh, I don't think the business itself is conservative or liberal when I say that. So I don't think that you can have a, if you make clothes and they're good, you may close and they're good. That's the free market will determine that, right? So what I mean is that if you are an entrepreneur, you have to start thinking about the policies that are in place where you live. And yes, I'm a big believer that you have to think about the values of where you live as well. So and for every regard, whether it's business, whether it's family, I mean this has become such a huge discussion when you have kids, right? Well, what kind of public school system, where are you living, what kind of public schools are you going to send them to a school that believes that their child can pick their gender and their pronouns or even send them to a Christian school. It becomes common sense that you want to live in an area that reflects your values. And that rewards the behavior that you see as acceptable. So I think that that's sort of a natural thing that people should drive to it and I am being serious when I say that you now have areas that are like, I can't imagine opening a business in Los Angeles. I don't understand people that still live there. You are just being penalized for being successful. When you look at the tax rates and it's interesting that the young lady that came before you just said, you know, I was a liberal and so I got into the real world. That's exactly what I'm talking about because when you get into the real world, you start to realize the way that your tax in certain areas, it's punitive to successful people. So yes, I would recommend it whether it was what your leanings are doesn't matter, right? If you want to work for the sake of all of your tax dollars going to support criminals on the street, criminal, whatever reforms they say that they're doing, then yeah, you could say what you want to, but you're not going to earn any money and eventually you're going to wake up, and you're going to say, actually, I'm a little more fiscally conservative as people like to say. And people tend to just migrate towards places that are advantageous to those.

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It's never going to be it. Yeah, I think you asked a really important question used a specific word. You said, would it be freer? It depends what your definition of freer is. Do you have a proper definition of freedom? Or do you have kind of this classical liberal social degeneracy view of freedom, right? So it's freedom meaning you could have public nudity and defecate on the streets. I think that makes everyone less free and less happy. Right. So freedom is the pursuit of virtue, right? Freedom is getting in alignment with natural law and going towards a desirable outcome. So you can live in harmony with God's commands. Freedom is not being able to just go to an injection site and having pleasure at will. In fact, I think that makes people less free. And everyone believes it. To their pleasures. Totally. I mean, if you meet an alcoholic at least free people in the world. Yeah. An alcoholic is the least free person in the world. I am the most free in my sobriety. I really am. Same. I can't remember the last time I had a drink. And I mean, people say, oh, you know, banned alcohol. I'm like, no. No, but I think America would be better. There's no doubt if we had less people drinking alcohol. America will be a better place. No one wants to say it out loud, especially in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. No one has to say that. And it's funny because I was even talking about you really do become a slave to your pleasure. And it's funny because I was just talking about today with my assistant who's backstage. I said, how much money would you have in your bank account if you never drink alcohol? When I think about that, I want to cry. I want to cry because when I was in college, it was Thursday, Friday, Saturday bar, Tuesday, bar. I mean, just any day bar, I was pledging a sorority. And so I don't say that from a place of arrogance or papaya. I'm not like, oh, you know what I mean? I'm so good because I don't drink now, but it's interesting to think that if I had practiced that Temperance and I said, actually, I'm not going to drink. It scares me. I look at the size of the houses when I walk. I'm like, I could have owned that house. I would have been a millionaire by the time I was 25. So I'm just not, I'm not one of those people that stands on stage and it's like drink and smoke more, you know, I get being young, I get, you know, the experimentation that comes with being young, I don't judge it at all because trust me, this girl took the most liberal route to conservatism that you will ever find, but no, it doesn't, I don't think it renders you for your freedom is about Temperance, freedom is about control and you realize that as you get older. So I'll just close with this go to the next question. Candace is exactly right. Good lesson for life. You can look at the hard way, learn it the hard way or learn it the easy way and just listen to us, pleasure comes to the price. And the sooner you realize that and so you realize anything that quickly rushes serotonin and dopamine from an external influence whether it be pornography, marijuana, methamphetamines, psychedelics, or alcohol comes with a price. Now, you might be willing to pay that price, but be careful because we know from neurology is our bodies are so amazing and you start to build tolerance to that price. And then all of a sudden, the downside is a lot worse than the upside. And we're living in a country with a 100,000 plus drug overdoses every single year. And we also live in the most medicated, thanks to pharma, the most drug addicted, thanks to the other issues, and the most sad depressive suicidal generation in history. Thanks for being here tonight. I appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And if you guys, anyone disagrees, you guys can chime in the turning point people can help navigate you through that, yes. Okay. Thank you. Thanks. Hi Candace, hi Charlie. My name is Greta. I am a small business owner in marquette, Michigan. I drove 5 hours to be there. Oh, wow. That's awesome. The small issue is that I run my business in a primarily liberal city. And I am wondering your advice on how I exist as a small business owner in a liberal area, and still discuss, I guess, so I have a platform on Instagram. Can I open up that Instagram? To discuss ideas and I guess my question is, how do I exist as a small business owner with conservative ideals in a liberal space? What is your business out of curiosity? I run a pop up shop. It's only open three days a month and we sell women's clothing and home decor. Oh, yeah, I mean, I think you just do what you're doing. If your product is good, it's great. One thing I would recommend that you do is pick up and move your business to a conservative leading because and I'm not saying that because I'm like rah rah conservatives, it's because you will start to realize that when you're in liberal districts, they create government policies that are meant to punish and penalize people for being successful. You're seeing California being the state that has been exemplary to exactly that. If you are a good person that follows the law, you start a business. They are going to tax you into oblivion and transfer those tax dollars to support the criminals on the street that are defecating. And need to shoot up. And like I said, there couldn't be a more clear example than looking at what is really happened in cities like New York City and California and Chicago. So I always say that if you're an entrepreneur, put yourself into a position where you're surrounded by politicians that support entrepreneurship, or they will actually a war people that are doing good things in their community as opposed to penalizing them because eventually, if you're in a super liberal area, their guns turn towards you because they hate success, right? There's something wrong with you getting ahead. Look at you. You're young. You're beautiful. You're white, God forbid, right? You know? And so especially seeing that in the example of California, how they just suddenly demonized the entrepreneur and made it seem as if, well, you make this much money. You should pay more in taxes. It's the reason why I picked up and I move a Tennessee and I run my businesses from the south. I agree. Thank you for being here. Thank.

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Are already running tests on infants. You know, my story was obviously I was just like you guys to go to school. You had to get certain vaccines, but to make it clear when we had to get vaccines from a time that we were zero until 18. I think I had to get maybe 12 today, kids have to get 70 plus, 70, about 75 vaccines. So, and let me tell you the kids are not healthier today than they were when I were growing up. They're sicker than they've ever been. And if everyone's got an allergy or a disorder, I gluten, I'm allergic to peanuts. That's another phenomenon. When I was growing up, there was like one kid in class, and now it's everybody's got all of these allergies. Fortunately, and I do say this fortunately because God works in mysterious ways. I was injured by the gardasil vaccine. When I was 20 and I had to get that vaccine, I came back from college and I got the vaccine. And I had a seizure in the office. I never asked you in my life. And when I kind of woke up from that episode and the doctor said, well, you shouldn't complete this. And I began researching just that vaccine. I was very horrified at what I found, which was just first and foremost cervical cancer rates, which back then they said it was just for women. It was going to help you not HPV, could lead to cervical cancer, and this was a prophylactic for that. They've now expanded it and now somehow men have to get it too. I don't even know how we got there. But it made me realize how corrupt and how the data was how it was completely lied to how they used a fear campaign regarding cancer to force me into making a decision that I didn't really fully understand. When I became a mom, I made it my job. And this is why I talk about feminism, the idea of modern feminism being to die because it should be our job. Women should be the CIA, the FBI and the DHS when it comes to our children. The buck should stop with mom. I just began researching vaccines in general. And was horrified at what I found and just wanted to share it and show people the FDA in search, the warnings on there, everything that you're seeing kids have, it's right on the FDA website. We'll tell you that these are potential reactions that can happen if you get these vaccines. I am not ever telling people what to do with their lives, or what not to do with their lives, but I believe that you can not make a sound decision unless you are actually given the real information. And that's what it's all about allowing people to make informed decisions. So yeah, it's been a passion of mine to talk about these vaccines and the time is definitively opportune in the midst of the COVID crazies. And I think that's an unintended benefit, I should say, and you said it perfectly. It's like the seat of the equivalent benefit, right? So I mean, you see these videos of them announcing the repealing of the mask mandate. I mean, it's like a 90 ten issue, right? I mean, people are finally happy. Now, the fact that you have to be happy to get your basic rights to breathe freely back, that's very perverted, honestly, right? I wouldn't celebrate it because of that. We saw the stop cheering when we get our basics. You get back to where you were. It's like, okay, not so fast, right? It's like you get your natural rights back. But I think it has opened people's eyes to at least challenge these power structures, right? And it's the same thing, by the way, going back to the either or scenario. So if I say that the guard is so I think regardless of vaccine is bad, people would say you're anti vax. Again, it's that it's so bifurcated. It's not that binary. You can say I have questions about vaccines without being anti vax. People who have been vaccinated their entire lives and didn't want to get the COVID vaccine. We're suddenly called anti vaxx, right? You can say I don't agree with COVID policy and they're calling you a grandpa kill. You want grandpa to be dead. If you don't agree with lockdowns. So you constantly have a society that's afraid to think outside of the box or else they're going to be branded with the scarlet letter. And I'm happy to wear all the scarlet letters when it comes to making decisions for myself and for my right to be free..

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Candace, tell us why, I mean that for whatever reason, are they able to get away with it? I mean, they raised $90 million and go buy mansions in Canada and LA for black creator space. What's going on here? We don't know what's going on, but I will say this is that I exercised absolute no humility and saying that I was right. And I just do not care not in a boo boo. I spent years being called a race trader for pointing out what was so plainly obvious, which was that you had a bunch of kids marching in the street wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts, raising money. You were guys were perfect little billboards for a company. You didn't know who was running it. You had no idea where the money was going. You just started screaming because it was the fun thing to do, I guess at the time, right? Like screaming and shrieking and demanding justice. And nobody looked into the finances or the corporate structure and there were such obvious holes. And anytime a movement takes takes fire like that. Just ahead of an election cycle, you better know that some money laundering is going on. It's the timing of these Black Lives Matter riots is impeccable. Every time before an election suddenly people are shrinking in the streets and they have their story, a perfect, a perfect victim. And this is what happened. And this is why it needs to matter. And we're talking about this movement raised billions of dollars worldwide, and nobody not a single building, not a single Black Lives Matter corporate office, at least where I can see that they're hiring black students instead they burned down black neighborhoods. Have you seen the neighborhoods that hosted the riots? They burned down police precincts. They can't get police to police the streets anymore. We have autonomous zones, criminality has never been higher in these inner cities. You destroyed black lives because it felt good to march in the street and say Black Lives Matter. You know, and I just kept saying to people I do not betray my race. I betray stupidity all the time and stupidity comes in many different colors. And it all kind of happened during Floyd of palooza and kind of post all of that, right? And how did the smart people again get it so wrong? Well, it turns out that the smart people are not that smart. And by the way, this is not a left or right issue because the capitulation happened on both sides. On the left, it's like, yay, you know, changing your Black Lives Matter T-shirt for the movement is every 5 weeks. You gotta keep up with it and save us Doctor Fauci. We love you. Doctor George Floyd, whatever it is. It's just the new thing, right? That they can be shrieking about because they're fundamentally unhappy, but on the right, what you saw was people that didn't have the courage to speak out about it because race still makes people uncomfortable, right? And that it makes people uncomfortable for what I just said, right? Because they're borrowing these words that actually have an entirely different meaning. So it became this threat, this political bullet to your head. You either support Black Lives Matter, or you're a racist. No, no, no, no, no, doesn't work like that. There's a lot of gray area. There was a lot of nuance. I don't know much about Black Lives Matter. And you see this over and over and over again, right? You either declare yourself to be a feminist or you don't want equal rights or team men and women. No, feminism has come to mean something else. You're seeing it right now. You either put up a Ukrainian flag in your yard, right? Or you're a Putin puppet, where you can know nuance. You can't discuss zelensky. You can't discuss his ties to burisma. And I see this over and over again. I can't stand it. And it makes me angry that the cowardice does also exist on the right. Where the right just goes, well, we have to just say this. It's just to make people happy. And the second that you catch yourself making statements, like I'm not a racist, but I'd like to talk about Black Lives Matter. You're already playing their game. You have a right to discuss issues deeper than the surface level. You have a right to think critically. You have a right to perhaps see that there are multiple chess pieces on the board. And I think that we need to do a better job of not being afraid of being called a name on the right because it's happening way too often. So the last thing Candace, I want to talk to you about is something you did a phenomenal documentary on parler. And you and I both agree and a lot of eyes have been open to this that one of the great threats to liberty and humanity is the stranglehold that big pharma has over our livelihood and the decisions that we can and can not make. I mean, mandatory vaccines to all of this. It's from the moment you're born, you're kind of in this biomedical pharma fascist state. Expand on that, talk about your documentary and talk about how this actually transcends political issues because some of the greatest apologists for corporate pharmaceutical dominance are actually on the right. Yeah, well, we have more people big pharma lobbyists in D.C. than we have representatives in Congress to huge problem. These people are bought and paid for and big pharma is incredibly wealthy and you are living in a time where if you thought Pablo Escobar and El Chapo were big, you need to look around your own country because you have the biggest drug cartel that has ever operated on the face of the planet happening right here in America. Everything that El Chapo and Pablo Escobar aspired to linking arms with government officials running elections, big pharma is doing right here in America and it's been going on for a very long time. It's right. I have put out a free podcast series for moms and it's something that all women and men should be educated on understanding the history of vaccines. And I think now people are suddenly more ready to have that conversation because they saw the corruption upfront with COVID. They saw the way that people were forced and what osha tried to do, what the CDC has been trying to do to force people to put a substance in their body even if it flies in the face of scientific data. You know, you can be at zero risk and they.

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"There's a fire and then we'll leave the building. They do this all the time to try to stop events they don't like, prove that people's lives are in danger and will respectfully leave the building. Okay. Candace continued? Yeah, so it's a tactic and it's an important one to recognize when it's happening. And it's definitely happening in terms of the modern radicalized women's movement, which actually does nothing but make women miserable. I mean, what they are trying to do is reassign women's goals in life and ultimately teach both sexes to fight against their own biology, and let me tell you something, no matter what, at the end of the day, your biology is going to win. So it's saddened me to see women and now I'm at the age obviously where I'm having children and you see women that bought into the lies of what they thought and perceived to be feminism. And they become these bitter, angry, don't have a family through everything into their careers, marching in the streets, shrieking because they were sold a bill of lies from culture and made them think that men were horrible people and wanting to aspire to family made them not progressive enough. And similarly, when you see men that are told to shun their own biology, there are these shriveled emasculated people that don't have anything of real value because the things that matter most in our society, of course, our family, family, your family, it should be the start and the finish of every single day. It should be ultimately what you aspire to and the role of women in raising up children to be good members of society is so significant. It's really the only thing standing between government and complete domination are mama bears and strong families. And so let's kind of build that out. It seems like men are becoming women, women are becoming men at this rapid pace. What is the masculine and a feminine archetype mean? What does womanhood mean? What does manhood mean? Why are we not allowed to talk about it anymore? I know, it seems very strange. We're suddenly pretending that there aren't differences. And that women to be feminine is to be beautiful. It's to be nurturing, to be a man is to be strong and I'm not talking like, oh, I can bench three 50. I'm talking about having a strength to lead a household. And it's so emblematic of what I saw in the relationship between my grandmother and my grandfather growing up where there were very clearly two identified separate identified roles within that household. My grandfather led the house in a respectable manner and women are meant to think, oh, men lead households means that you're going to be subjugated and make them a sandwich, you're going to be barefoot and pregnant, which by the way, as a pregnant woman, I'd love to be barefoot right now. I don't know why that's getting a bad rep. It really is comfortable. It's a great way to be. I'd love to be making a sandwich right now, barefoot and pregnant. But they use these sort of images and make you think that there's something dirty about it. And it's the best part of every single of every single day that I have is making it home to my family, providing a meal for them having that time sharing stories raising your children. So what they've done is they've perverted those things, right? They've made it seem dirty and wrong. Men need their men time. Women need their women time. We are a different species. The things that when I get around with my girlfriends that I talk about, that my husband were like for 5 seconds, be like, eh, you know? And then I hear him talking to his lads as he says he's English, and I'm just, I just go, man, men are really dumb. You guys should, sir. You know, they never really grow up. They're always boys on the inside. And it's sweet and it's amazing and it's wonderful that and us women need to talk about nonsense. And these are wonderful things. These are wonderful stereotypes, stereotypes have meaning in their real, don't let people pervert them in your head to think that there's something wrong with those stereotypes. Yeah, I mean, so I think what's happening now Candace is we have one coalition of America that lives on team reality. You and I, where the Jersey of team reality and the other, the wokes, right, the people that need to pull fire alarms or whatever, where to wear two masks when they shower, like whatever, right? Believe men can become pregnant. Like all these people, right? But I believe that those of us that actually have the humility to believe that we are, we have to live to these pesky shackles of reality. We're actually happier people because we believe in the laws of nature and nature's God as the declaration beautifully articulates. And we're willing to admit that through the thousands of years of recorded history, there's some things that we don't believe should change, that we need to be anchored to the beauty of antiquity. And why is that such a controversial statement? Why is it that we almost feel as if we're kind of in this nonstop conversation that we must have progress for progress sake, regardless of the damage it does to people? I mean, and the damage is real. I mean, you look around, you have the most socially progressive country America's ever been at the moment. It's also the saddest, most depressed, most alcohol addicted, most drug addicted, most suicidal generation.

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"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"uw" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, happy Sunday, no advertisers on this episode. That's right, no advertisers. It's Candace Owens, and I go to university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. We talk about BLM, we're interrupted by a fire alarm. You'll see how we react to that because the left one at the cancel our event. So terribly that they pull the fire alarm in the midst of our event. But it's all brought to you by America's best hope, turning point USA TP USA dot com. America's best hope is turning point USA because the work are people are doing our staff, our members are doing to fight for America, where it matters most. You guys can email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com and support the Charlie Kirk show at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Again, there's no advertisers because of you. So those of you that support us at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You make it all possible. And we're in your debt and we are making good of it. We're traveling like crazy all across the country, bringing the message to the people where it matters most. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody. Great to be here. Candace, welcome to Wisconsin. Yes, wonderful. I have done a campus event in so long, so I'm very honored and blessed to be here. And we were we had to make sure because we didn't traveling so much. We're like room Wisconsin, right? So okay, we know what state that we're in. So Candace, I'm going to ask you the most difficult question that I think someone in power can possibly get American politics, something that has befuddled the people at the top levels of government. What is a woman? I'm not a biologist. How did we get to a place where that? That is even like a question that now a Supreme Court Justice can't answer. Yeah, you know, it's really interesting to talk about this topic at length because I remember when we first started doing this, you and I were traveling around the country four or 5 years ago. And I was really pressing on the transgender movement. And I remember conservatives at the time kept saying this is such a small, you know, this isn't going to matter much. Why are you focused on this? And I said, because this is what's going to come around the corner. It seems so obvious to me. That that was going to place emphasis on children that it was also going to sort of deconstruct. It was already a radicalized feminist movement, but I saw this moving towards the abolition of women, right? And it seemed so natural throughout these feminist waves, and I was saying from the very beginning, I am not a feminist. I remember what we went through when the me too movement started. And I said, I don't support the me too movement because this is about the takedown of men and they really came after us, but I really did see us getting to this point very quickly where now we're talking about just abolishing what it means to be a woman. And it's interesting to consider the intersectionality of all that, how people can say that they're feminists, but they won't use their platforms to speak out against this. And it was something to me, especially now, you know, I'm 11 weeks away from giving birth to my second child..

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Who Is Jim Hanson, President of Security Studies Group?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Jim Hanson, President of Security Studies Group?

"But let's start at the beginning because this is what we do with all our long form guests. So tell them who is Jim Hanson. What is he done and how did he get to be the head of this organization? Wow. The real way I got to be it was I went to the university of Wisconsin Madison as a young 18 year old back when UW mad city was the number one party school in America as rated. And I got serious number one. This is number one by Playboy magazine. They rated UW max city number one. I took a bunch of classes. I took Hebrew because I was thinking about joining the IDF. I took astronomy to stop that. Okay, so can you just explain that? Why are we going to join these red defense forces? Because of entebbe. Is the greatest commando raid? Are you circumcised? Yeah. And I mean how to speak the alphabet? I had a body in my unit in the British intelligence reserves, went to serve with the what do they call them multinational for MFR? The MFA in the Sinai. And he fell in love with Israeli. I wanted to. 8 32, you had to get circumcised. Ouch. Don't know, please don't go there. Okay, so Hebrew I'm taking tags I'm doing that. I'm thinking about all those things. But top party school in the country. I got 5 incompletes. That's impressive. My dad was not impressed. Who is the Vietnam vet and West Point grad? No way. Yeah, to two tours of Vietnam. So he got the envelope and he opens it up and he looks at it and looks at me and looks at it again and looks at me. Crumples it up, throws it in the fireplace and says, you need to find a place to live and a job because I'm not paying for school anymore. So you out. I kicked me out and said, you might want to consider joining the army because they can't fire your raising butt. So are you a good joke? That kicks you out and joined the army. That is a good story. It's a great one. It should be pretty commercial because after that, things

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"uw" Discussed on Brock and Salk

Brock and Salk

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"uw" Discussed on Brock and Salk

"Was so close to instill tied to some of that history from the seventies and eighty sixty seventy s and eighty s. But you know you've got youth that are growing up now in this recruiting world and all they have seen cut like washington for that matter is they have seen the best leave they have seen. Dj we leave to clemson. They've watched price young leave to tuscaloosa. They have watched those powers. The sec from the big ten even from the big twelve pull some of the best talent out of that state so there has been an exodus. I don't think it's easy to live in la. I think the the state of california right now in that place in particular. Where where are you going to live. Wherever i'm going to be a coach in palos days tried to commute hands. It's it's you know that that is a that is not funny place. Live in la. Trust me okay for an entire staff and not just one guy i mean. Yeah chris. Peterson turned down that. Yes yes honestly. I'm not joking. There are because all of those guys know there. They know how long they're gonna be there. They're renting not buying buying in l. A. crazy impossible renting in l. a. not suffer But i do believe that factors in. Oh by the way in your conference You have school thousand miles to the north that has a swoosh for a mascot that is going to be running the show it has a in its committed to it and we'll continue to commit to it and continues to take your kids. I i as we sit here today. I cannot say that that is a top five job. I think it it will attract many. I think there's a bunch of eric. Enemy is a name that continues to get mentioned. You know he's been interviewed a gazillion times for nfl jobs. He has said that that is the one job. He's a southern california guy that he would be attracted to possibly if it came open so that would be a name. Certainly keep an eye on our question number two as we continue. There's an all college football edition. Rob we've done enough. Nfl two for today is all college stuff today. Since i know that's your mind is specifically Well i'll keep this very simple dub offense historically bad because they're playing by my rules from twenty five years ago. The running the sets that iran twenty-five years ago. Why i because they think we can just lineup. And we're bigger and bigger more batter. We're gonna blow you off the ball and they're not doing that physically. Talented on the offensive line. Scott half the offensive line coach. I think deserves a ton of criticism right along with john. Donovan would they go. Nineteen possessions without scoring in college football. You the rules are easy to score in the nfl. Mike do you watch college football. No you don't sorry. That was rhetorical question. I knew the answer to it but if you did you would see that scorns even easier in college football why you may ask well because of the hash marks the amount of space that you can play in why you may ask further because linemen could go three to four yards down. The field in past freaking option plays that everybody runs in college football. D- you run them. No we're just going to line up and blow you off the ball because that's what we did twenty five years ago are you. Are you okay. No it sounds like you're pretty. I mean he's a feel good. Venting feels great. And you didn't even get to the point of this supposed to be good at this if there was a team in the conference. It's supposed to be good at this. It should be you dealt with their personnel. Who let me say this without without actually needling. You legitimately sound embarrass. Oh that's an. Yeah it's legitimately the offense. The first two weeks of the season legitimately embarrassing to the point that arkansas state. I don't care that you're seventeen points favorites. They're gonna score. And by the way you're also calling defense. The defense pass you gave up. Three hundred fifty rushing yards to michigan. You played your safety. Twenty five yards deep for for. What reason do you think that quarterback they went five. Sixteen for forty four yards was a threat. I mean what what what we doing you get vida van great gains in liza qualls. No you don't go. Why are you calling defense. Like in ben kurban like you still do. It is perplexing. It is embarrassing. And yeah i think i speak for a lot of husky nation. That is just beyond angry schematically of what you were doing. Are you down wide receiver. Sure or guys banged up absolutely but you still have enough forces in the staple to to go nineteen possessions without scoring and it is easy to back on the quarterback dylan can't do this can't do that. He has some limitations. But when you're calling scheme from the from the rules of twenty five years ago and you are not taking advantage that story. I told you about an old. Nfl player right with a 401k. In the union reps came to the building like 401k. Do it. We should have one hundred percents participation in 401k's they're putting in two dollars for every dollar you put.

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Delta Variant Linked to Troubling Spike in COVID Cases in Washington State

News, Traffic and Weather

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Delta Variant Linked to Troubling Spike in COVID Cases in Washington State

"Behind that in Western Washington. They are not number or reproductive rate of the virus is around three where below one is where you want to be to see new case numbers fall. Ironically, it's closer to two in eastern Washington, which has large areas with low vaccination rates. The delta Variant is the big contributing factor and has changed everything about the virus because it's more contagious, says Dr Ali Meqdad with UW medicine. Mark Dad says that combined with the large segment of the population, still unvaccinated will sustain this current surge. He here right now, but breaks to infections and people are saying, you know, when you get the vaccine, you may be infected, but still the bad seeds and highly effective against ending up in a hospital where a more so they're saving lives and protecting our hospitals. All of us need to remember what we call an epidemiology Counterfactual. If we didn't have these vaccines, and does the valiant hit us the way it's hitting us so hard and our state and in our country would have had a lot of mortality in this country. Look at house of countries where vaccination coverage is very low in Iran, For example, the mortality is going so cry to that point that that bodies, unfortunately, are being moved by taxes. We're seeing hospitals continue to fill up in part because of the code. Of its surge. But Mark Dad tells me he doesn't think Washington's hospital system will crash as his feared in other states proudly will tell you, Ryan, We are so prepared at U Dub and we have done all what it takes to be ready for research. So I don't I'm not afraid about Seattle and King County and the big cities. I'm very much concerned about community and I would stay. And of course, we are willing and ready to receive patients from elsewhere in the state. We should be able in our state to manage the search was dealt. If and only if people help us by reducing their activities, Wedding and mass and getting the vaccine. Now you heard Dr Mark Dad say one of the ways we can slow. The spread of Delta is by reducing unnecessary activities, which won't be easy since

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Must Americans Ignore the New CDC Eviction Moratorium?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Must Americans Ignore the New CDC Eviction Moratorium?

"Meet the new. Cdc eviction moratorium same. As the old cdc eviction moratorium joseph tzavellas roy of business insider reports that the new rule carries steep criminal penalties for individual landlords. Who break the law. A potential one hundred thousand dollar fine and a year in jail if fiction doesn't result in death and up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in fines and a year in jail. If the victim person dies nano exactly what that means. I guess that means if you get evicted for not paying your rent you're going to collapse in a heap and die. And it'll be the landlord's fault because the cdc of course is woke. Here's the counterpoint charles. Uw cook writes. No it doesn't it because it's not in fact the law. The constitution says that the federal government makes the supreme law of the land and the judges in every state shelby bound thereby typically. This means that the courts all sorts are obliged to follow the rules that have been set or delegated by congress in this case though the courts are not obliged to follow anything because they're bound only by the supreme law of the land and because the cdc moratorium which has no constitutional or statutory basis which has been rejected by the highest court in the country is an ally among those who can safely ignore the moratorium he writes are everyone landlords collection agencies. The police state legislatures governors the media. Everyone

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The COVID Vaccine With Dr. Alex Greninger

Outcomes Rocket

02:15 min | 1 year ago

The COVID Vaccine With Dr. Alex Greninger

"I have the privilege of hosting dr grandeur. He is the assistant director of the uw. Medicine clinical virology lab and the uw assistant professor of laboratory medicine. Doctor grandeur focuses on genomic and proteome characterization of a variety of human viruses and bacteria with a focus on respiratory viruses and human herpes viruses. He has discovered a number of new human animal viruses. His basic science lab at south lake union uses genetically informed approaches to understand human infectious diseases. Dr greenwich you're got his. Md and phd from uc. San francisco is master and scientists immunology from stanford and his masters in philosophy in epidemiology from cambridge in england he has many clinical interests in facilitating clinical trial testing for respiratory viruses and human herpes viruses and because of his expertise. I'm just thrilled and excited to have a conversation about the corona virus. The vaccine and a lot of questions that. Maybe you're thinking about that just going to be very interesting today. So thank you so much for joining me today. Alex thanks for having me. It's good to be here And so before we get started and kind of diving deep into the work that you do in research talk to us a little bit about what inspires your work and yet i got interested in going to medical school early early on Had a pediatrician. That i really liked and sort of do my career day in high school with Not kind of random way but it was a great entry to realize you could be a physician and deal with a lot of science and then from there just not able to make a ton of decisions so doing the mvp hd route and. I think i got really excited about. I think what's really. I was inspired. You know some of the work is initially. It was enviro discovery. This idea that there are lots of viruses out there to be found in people that could be the causes of diseases and then you would be able to cure them right and that sort of as more is that you know hypothesis only almost not turn out not to be true. There are a ton of other viruses that we've known about for quite a long time where the same thing is true. We can cure or we can prevent them with vaccines. And it's just about executing that vision over and over and over

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Sentinel's Sinatraa Accused of Sexual Abuse by Ex-Girlfriend

Esports Minute

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Sentinel's Sinatraa Accused of Sexual Abuse by Ex-Girlfriend

"What a sad day in Esports, once again after being able to celebrate the women in Esports on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday have been a stark reminder of how far we still need to be go. First off before I get into this episode a trigger warning. This minute is going to contain details that include sexual abuse gaslighting harassment and rape on my dreams and the Esports minute from a sports network. So you've seen the allegation by now. I can imagine J one better known as Sinatra has been accused of sexual abuse with plenty of proof by Cleo his ex-girlfriend Thora is the former MVP of the OverWatch league has been playing ballarin for the central since retiring from the uw-l. The allegations are long and I'll link down below they are difficult to read but it is extremely important to do so in the Google Doc Cleo details how Sinatra coerced her into sex made her feel guilty for not wanting to have sex and progress past the point where she was saying no to confirm You having sex with her that's rape. We should call it what it is. There's audio of them having sex where you can hear that situation play out. Clearly. The write-up is nine pages long including screenshots of many different conversations. I want to read a section at the end that I think is especially important quote if this isn't proof enough, I'm not sure anything will ever be to get you to understand the hurt those done to me by this man. It's not his word against mine. It's his word against multiple points of proof and an audio of his voice not allowing me to say no to having sex and quote. She's right and while many people have spoken out about how horrible this is other voices have chosen once again to ignore a victim. The fron is one of the high-profile ones eating out quote e girls can be scary as a twitch streamer. They will try to debate or photoshop evidence to fuck you. I'm not saying she is one, but she could be and quote I really Dubose. Giving his horrible message a platform but I think it's important as it reconfirms what Cleo said at the end of her message. She knew some people wouldn't believe her even with the evidence. I hope a community we see these types of people for who they are and shut them off as this won't be the last time this happens victims shouldn't need nine-page Google Docs detailing their trauma complete with audio recordings and screenshots of multiple conversations for people to believe them. And when that happens that people's first reaction is somehow to blame Photoshop just shows how damning it is and how far people will go to not believe someone in this

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Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do

"Week. Despite new guidelines from the CDC, medical experts are warning. We're not out of the woods yet fully vaccinated, Americans can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask, according to the CDC. And vaccinated grandparent's convince it healthy Children and grandchildren. It's good news. But doctor Man Anderson with UW Health, says the guidelines also say fully vaccinated people should continue basic safety precautions in public. We kind of caution to the wind go out and do whatever we want. Right now, All we're doing is delaying that back to normal, you know, because we have toe go up and then come back

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Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Seattle's UW Medicine faces vaccine shortage, stops scheduling first dose appointments

"New Covert related deaths have been reported across Washington and now is call most Brian Calvert reports. Ah major vaccine provider is Forced to hit Pause. The city of Seattle is getting excited about its first major vaccination sided Blumenfield. Fire chief Harold Scoggins hopes it will build on the momentum of the thousands of vaccines they administered this past weekend taking those doses. Two people that's really important for us. That's not done without partnerships with University of Washington except that partner has now run dry. A shortage of doses has forced the University of Washington and the vaccine sites It works with to temporarily suspend appointments for first doses. This will not impact those with a previously scheduled second appointment. Shortage may be a sign of a larger distribution problem that state health officials already seemed to be addressing. For example, after Clark County complained it was discovered they were getting far fewer vaccines, and now their supply has tripled. What come county Also previously underserved is now getting more vaccine in coming days. Ryan

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Seattle's UW bans students from in-person classes after attending large party

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle's UW bans students from in-person classes after attending large party

"In Seattle, is dealing with a potential super spreader event after a large group of students gathered for a snow party on fraternity row during the recent winter storm. This student wait in what it is, is that they are just so isolated that they only see themselves so they don't think they're exposing everyone else. The students are strongly advised to quarantine. Wendy Gillette, CBS News

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Seattle's UW Medicine obstetrician says pregnant women should consider taking the COVID-19 vaccine

Tom and Curley

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle's UW Medicine obstetrician says pregnant women should consider taking the COVID-19 vaccine

"New research on the coronavirus in UW medicine says it suggests pregnant women should be given the covert vaccine. We found a 70% higher SARS cove to infection rate in pregnancy compared to similarly aged adults. That's Dr Christina Adams

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UW student tests positive for highly contagious COVID variant

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

UW student tests positive for highly contagious COVID variant

"Is reporting 107 more deaths from Cove in since Friday, as well as another 935 new cases of the virus. In the past 24 hours, almost Brian Calvert tells us about reports of the easier to spread covert variant on a local college campus. The variant, which is said to be much more contagious and spread much easier than earlier covert strains was discovered in a student on the University of Washington main campus. Be 117 variant was detected in the student's test from late January. An email sent to students and staff this week indicate the student is doing well and is now out of isolation. Dr Jeffrey got lead chair of the university's advisory committee on communicable Diseases, wrote the email and continued to urge the U. W community to social distance where Mass went outside the home. Wash hands frequently get tested when necessary and get vaccinated when eligible. Ryan

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Seattle's UW Medicine among Washington hospitals hit by mask fraud

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle's UW Medicine among Washington hospitals hit by mask fraud

"Discovery of counterfeit and 95 mask sold to hospitals in our state Tonight, you'd of medicine says three lots of respirators that were bought from a third party vendor were confirmed to be counterfeit three and masks about 20,000 masks from those shipments were deployed at the end of December, but it's unclear how many were actually used. Washington Hospital Association says As many as two million masks may have been sent to Washington. It's not aware of any coronavirus cases tied to the

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Man accused of raping UW student in sorority house, Seattle police say

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Man accused of raping UW student in sorority house, Seattle police say

"Of a demonstration. Seattle Police have arrested a man accused of raping a sorority sister in her own house near the University of Washington campus. Como's Jonathan show reports from Seattle, Brandon Robinson waived his right to appear in court. He's accused of raping a young woman Sunday night in her house on the 4700 block of 16th Avenue northeast. Not that far from the University of Washington campus. The suspect was identified. Authorities say. The female victim is a sorority member who lives with 11 other women and according to court documents, she told officer she drink too much with friends ended up falling asleep in her bed, but then woke up to find Robinson raping her. Then officers went looking for him. Officers did find and arrest

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UW lab testing to determine if faster-spreading COVID-19 variant is in Washington state

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | 1 year ago

UW lab testing to determine if faster-spreading COVID-19 variant is in Washington state

"Genome sequencing to determine if new variants of covert 19 are here in Washington. Let's learn more about that from Cuomo's Cara cost of its first Pacific Northwest case of the UK Varia diagnosed in Portland, but discovered in the variety lab at the University of Washington Washington at at U U Dub Dub Virology. Virology. We We have have a a number number of of different different platforms. platforms. That That look look for for different different pieces pieces off off the the surface surface could could be be two two genome genome there roughly two labs in the state doing these type of tests, and that's how doctors air determining if the new variants are present in the northwest. The UW lab is currently sequencing between one and 200 samples of positive Cove in 19 tests every week. It's getting back the information of every single nucleotide that forms the genome of the virus, you w medicines, Dr Alex Gran Injure, says secret Scene can be time consuming and also cost more. That's ultimately the test that sort of, you know the gold standard for figuring out what is a variant of area of concern. You know all of those sort of questions coming from sequencing the bottom line. If you have a variant of covert 19, doctors say, your test will still come up positive. Come on his time. Seven

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How the Pandemic Has Highlighted Our Need for Nature

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

02:30 min | 1 year ago

How the Pandemic Has Highlighted Our Need for Nature

"So let's get started. I have ten insights to share with you for the year to come. I'm calling are twenty twenty one. Slow flowers floral insights and industry forecast report in pursuit of nature. A you can understand. Why right as we enter. Twenty twenty one at least in the short term. Not much will feel different from the past months. And if there's anything we've learned since mid march of two thousand twenty. It's the essential and irreplaceable role of flowers and plants for our survival. And that's why. My outlook is deeply connected to humankind's pursuit of nature. And how floral entrepreneurs like you cannons should tap into and enhance that. Through your efforts. I learned about the term biofuel. Iaea in october of two thousand and nineteen when i interviewed tom. Pract and sarah dakin of grateful gardeners. Tom is a big advocate of by affiliate any opened my eyes to its relevance as we make personal and business decisions that impact our planet's survival. He discussed the definition when i interviewed him. But here it is again a to. Miriam webster a hypothetical human tendency to interact or be closely associated with other forms of life in nature by affiliate. Well all you have to do is read the headlines of twenty twenty to see a collective shift toward nature plants the environment and yes flowers. A recent article in the washington post caught my attention. The headline reads the isolation of the pandemic caused her to form a new an intense relationship to nature. She was hardly alone. It went on to say the benefits of being outdoors for your physical. Mental wellbeing are well documented but in this corona virus. They may be immeasurable then. I saw forbes headline reading nature is good for your mental health. Sometimes i'm not sure what that means. The university of washington showed this research dose of nature at home could help mental health wellbeing during covid nineteen. The report stated studies have proven that even the smallest bit of nature a single tree a small patch of flowers a house plant can generate health benefits wrote kathleen wolf a uw research social scientists in the school of environmental and forest sciences. She continues look closely in your neighborhood and the bit of nature. You may have taken for granted up until now may become the focus of your attention and help you feel better.

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UW scientists predict 150k additional COVID-19 deaths next month

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

UW scientists predict 150k additional COVID-19 deaths next month

"Group of sciences predicting another one hundred fifty thousand deaths from covid nineteen in the us next month researchers at the university of washington say the death toll could nearly double december's record of more than seventy seven thousand. The tracker at johns hopkins university shows about three hundred fifty thousand coronavirus deaths in the us and more than twenty million confirmed cases of the disease. Federal health officials say over four point. Two million americans have received their first dose of covid nineteen vaccine as of saturday. The cdc's cova data tracker shows just over thirteen million doses of in distributed nationwide and that includes two point two million doses sent for use in long term care facilities.

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New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Can Directly Enter The Brain

KUOW Newsroom

01:01 min | 1 year ago

New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Can Directly Enter The Brain

"Washington state prepares to receive more covert vaccine doses from both pfizer and now medusa scientists in the north west of solved. A mystery connected to some of the diseases more. Puzzling symptoms like lasting brain fog and fatigue just burns reports researchers from the university of washington. School of medicine and oregon health and science university used lab mice to test if a key protein in corona virus can cross from the bloodstream into the brain itself. Uw medicines bill banks says there's a barrier that usually protects the brain but every once in a while there's something like a bacteria or parasites that figures out how to trick. Its way into darier. Get in banks says if the protein can get in it probably can cause problems like inflammation and it means. It's likely the whole virus can get into the brain as well. This new understanding of how coronavirus virus works provides insight into possible treatments for the

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UW Huskies won’t pursue a bowl game, end 2020 season at 3-1

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

UW Huskies won’t pursue a bowl game, end 2020 season at 3-1

"Program They've confirmed have announced they're not going to pursue. Bull bid here this season because of covert 19, the team's head physician. In fact, Dr Kim Harmon, saying they've taken the measures to contain the spread of covert 19 in the football program. But despite quote, aggressive protocols and a quote the team is not ready to safely prepare for and compete in a bowl game. Head coach Jimmy Lake released a statement on Friday, saying, quote our goal every season is to win the Pac 12 championship and win a ball game. I'm so proud of our guys for how hard they have worked to put us in a position to achieve those goals and again, We'll get more

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First coronavirus vaccines arrive at UW Medical Center in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

First coronavirus vaccines arrive at UW Medical Center in Seattle

"A live look at UW Medical Center in Seattle tomorrow morning cameras will be there is the first front line workers in the state are vaccinated against Cove in 19. The first shipments of visors vaccine arrived in our state today, marking a major turning point in the path forward in the pandemic. It's just one of the big stories we're tracking on our live feeds. Tonight. We're just hours away from the first shots being administered at 11 A.m. high risk. Health workers are first in line along with staff and residents of long term care facilities and those in long term care facilities eager to get the vaccine as soon as possible New tonight. Doubles Nick Pop of his live with when they expect to get those very first shots, Nick Well, I hope to get it sometime this week, guys, even though they don't know specifically the date in which they're going to get vaccinated. The long term care facilities I spoke with today are just excited to be able to take that first step forward toward normalcy.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On Kevin Well, students at UW Madison are adjusting the campus quarantine as the university tries to weather during the rising numbers of covert 19 cases. I think freshman student Abby Moriarty considers herself lucky machine, a roommate were able to avoid the lock down on their dorm, instead moving into an apartment decision that most parchment had to make a move out of the dorm or toe or the rest here with him. Then his university plans are put to the test. With the rising numbers. Governor Evers is in critical of efforts trying to reopen. We always said it was gonna be bumping, and it has been at the end of the day. We just have to make sure that students take on the issue of individual responsibility. Tony ABOUT T. M J News and local health leaders are urging people not to delay getting their flu shots this year. Medical College of Wisconsin president Dr John Raymond tells w. T. M. J that contracting the flu would make a fight against Govind 19 all the more difficult to study and Zil of 90,000 patients who had covert 19 and what they showed very clearly was. The people that got the flu shot were less likely to die from Copan 19 flu season typically begins in the fall it can extend into the spring. We're still awaiting an official decision on the future of big 10 football in 2020, but some experts believe the conference has voted to reinstate football this year. Badgers beat reporter for The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Jeff Patrik is tells Wisconsin's afternoon news. He believes money is a factor. No doubt money's tight and I mean when you're talking about having to take loans, health cover Projected revenue losses of $100 million. There's no Dallas about money Patrick gets, adding that the rapid testing and its accuracy of also wade into the potential change of heart. If approved, the season would be in the area of eight games and it would begin in mid October. A.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He is our guest right now she is with UW the school of a pharmacy and a pharmacist herself up before we get to the timeline of the optimism hopefully hopefully share some optimism we hear about the virus M. evolving mutating I don't know if that's too dramatic a term or not and how so if that is the case how do those coming up with a vaccine for it how do you stay ahead of the virus how do you keep up are you not constantly playing catch up with the virus as it changes that's a great observation and that's exactly what happens with influenza for the influenza vaccine is formulated reformulated every year and with viruses changing in and out now the coronavirus that is sars Kobe to which is the name of the coronavirus that is copping the pandemic has been relatively stable are genetically stable and so there's from that point of view there's been pretty good optimism of course now it's circulating in a naive population so there's very little pressure for it to change either so if if eventually it does seem to be more which could have been known to do then then that we will be in a higher spot with the vaccine so far and he's hard didn't hold back yeah all the vaccine trials are there in very early stages but it bacteriologists those who develop the vaccine has been pretty the other news coming out is pretty optimistic ads as the clinical trials move on of course the successful ones make the news and and of course the successful ones also hit make the press releases in order to know I'm saluting soul with that it that is a great segue so I mean if you wouldn't mind what does your gut tell you what are your colleagues talking about do you know in in the scientific in the medical community obviously there is optimism from press releases and podiums across the country but what is the science telling us right now in terms of the optimism for America yes I I'm optimistic and I want to go beyond America and for the world because any vaccine on hand as well as therapeutics that we developed for our are they putting nineteen pandemic needs to go worldwide we clearly see how close how small the world is because we had a pandemic from a corona virus that was first identified in China and it was just a matter of weeks before it was global so we need to be able to figure out a way to distribute exactly when it becomes available and I'd like you to notice that I said when you go to thank you yeah I'm really after your question because I think it needs it needs re really clearly need to have developed a strategy for worldwide you know global distribution of vaccine which which takes me to the other question that I've had I mean think about it you you have the time will come when some lab somewhere in our country in another country somewhere on the global say your Rica we've got it it's passed through phase three here it is in this I don't know vile maybe I don't know here is the vaccine okay to which I will say great how are you going to get it to the rest of the world massive logistical nightmare exactly hopes that their most people who are working on vaccines also and at work without working with either within their own labs or with partners to figure out a way to scale because you need to you need to scale up production are immensely I mean imagine that the backseat in manufacturing process is going to have to go into overdrive on this you know it's not like we have empty vaccine factories are sitting around vaccine manufacturers keep their vaccine manufacturing line full so you know this is going to require a big investment and that's actually what's happening is worldwide there's been a huge investment in developing this vaccine in on this scale in terms of a worldwide like you said effort one team here yeah I know and I I don't I don't I'm not aware of one sure but I don't think I I can't I would find it difficult to believe and now please know that multiple vaccines are being developed early on a few of I would say a month ago I heard it was well over a hundred vaccines were being developed and then and then of course there were a few that were leaking or the further along in the development process I don't want to call it leading because I think that misleading but you know further along in the development process but that will be exactly what we needed we're going to need a lot of options one because do you could probably the accident you could probably develop or manufacture and distribute if you're using multiple different UP forms on which to do it the other one is of course the obvious which I should have stated birth is the first reason is at least then we have options in case one fails or you know for those who fail we have we have a backup plan we have bench yes and that is you know it's it's we're gonna have to have you back on it maybe multiple times merry to continue the progress of this adds this journey continues I appreciate the information I know the folks listening right now do as well I really we all really appreciate your optimism because it is a heartening to hear it from somebody in the business so to speak rather than like you say from a press release or what not so merry Haiti pharmacist herself and professor of pharmacy at UW Madison greatly appreciate the time we'll do it again soon I've been a valuable resource and continued good health to you in the family okay thank you so much all right merry Haiti I'm glad that you know she's she's she's she boiled it down for us she shared some optimism and look we all need optimism and to hear that optimism from somebody in the business we say listen to the doctors listen to the scientists listen to those who are in the know she's in the middle and she knows people that are even more in the know the logistical element of it it's going to be completely fascinating to me whether there are multiple vaccines that are developed whether they come from our country from I don't know from France from what what if it's China that comes up with the vaccine I mean the the the diplomatic element at play it can't happen soon enough but we need to be patient and in the meantime we need to be smart so my thanks to merry Haney we'll have an update from Kevin.

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"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This fall think of UW Milwaukee today so I'm gonna take remote Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here's Brian de former Packers executive Andrew branch worked in the front office when the Packers made this decision back in two thousand and five with the twenty fourth selection in the two thousand five NFL draft the Green Bay Packers select Aaron Rodgers looking back from fifteen years distance Brandt sees a lot of similarities between the selections of Aaron Rodgers and Jordan love let me right away in Lambeau field in I liked it no I mean the exact same thing no one liked it but you know in office you don't want to be right really you work for the future of the franchise Brent joined power lunch with pragmatic on ninety four five ESPN you can check out that full interview at Wisconsin on demand dot com the reaction of the stories isn't just happening in the state of Wisconsin this really is captivated the sports world over the last couple of days ESPN NFL analyst Louis Riddick says there's no doubt in his mind that Rodgers will finish his career somewhere else no doubt I think the twenty twenty two season is when you will see him play elsewhere because that's what makes the most sense for them from a cap perspective now could he play somewhere else in as soon as twenty twenty one sure you could I mean he has a roster bonus that comes do I believe the third day of the new league year in twenty twenty one he would carry about a.

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"uw" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on KOMO

"By UW medicine husky athletes get the very best Kerry UW Madison UW medicine a higher degree of health care go Dawgs back in two thousand sixteen the Washington Huskies ended the season with high hopes under third year head coach Chris Petersen the dogs ranked fourteenth in the preseason polls and had ascended to eight before sliding back to number ten after close overtime win at Arizona the first real test of the season came in week five against undefeated and seventh ranked Stanford for a Friday night game televised nationally the hype and anticipation throughout the week reached a crescendo during those three hours when husky stadium hosted its first top ten match up in nineteen years for today's their first drive of the night rolling to throw on second down and one for the Stanford forty seven yard line family market down back near the line of scrimmage an eight yard gain that would have meant a first down I was pleased with their second penalty in the early going as we're just under twelve minutes to go in the quarter so back come up it's going to be second down and six the dogs working from their own forty yard line a little bit nervous energy on the big stage three winds up to the left Browning comes up perhaps changing the play or the protection here yes good in the backfield within takes a snap fires the fire over there is space John Lawson more that looked like a close that's a sixteen yard gain stamper playing really loose the Huskies leading receiver John Ross makes a brigade of the forty for the cardinals first down dogs in the news starting corner Terrance Alexander to get to him over on the far side as a coverage mistake that time maybe some of those guys in there some of those backups the end of my Blanchard gypsy repairs he is run out of bounds the cardinal forty two yard line a gain of a short through on the play from a collector coming from the left side over the far side around the near corner here in front of the Stanford bench late that one well your mom that's in a tailback one second an aide at the Stanford forty two running from the guns in the house on the right sidelined for here Washington Scrooge corner if you're right there the dogs in business first and goal at the seven yard line tailback again an injured earlier on in the position for almost seven since the first three one way inside the five we you know for as we go to a lease on the sideline Myles Gaskin on for the thirty five yard pass play he was on the field kind of rolling around in pain but did manage to get to the sideline on his own so we'll keep an eye on the situation in the meantime Washington second goal at the Stanford three upon Coleman comes in at tailback we go shopping tomorrow wide receivers most of my clients are they faked the jet sweep through a Browning looks in the end zone throws it away to the back of the end zone well covered by the safeties and cost power of Stamford third and goal on the way Washington from the Stanford three yard line under ten to go in this opening quarter the Huskies stonewalling Stanford on its first possession dogs now moving well in in threatening positions hello pleasure on the fly sweep the floor one of the four pack helped him in the flat the Stanford defense not fooled the third goal from the three yard line Browning ready ball center of the field goes left to right takes the snap looking left nothing there's the reason this is a big time player right there he said initial thrown this little room with this movie this is the story first there is that's down the road further energized by Washington's opening quarter work what after touchdown is no good from Cameron van Winkle hello this wow not a good sign with Cameron van Winkle missed two field goals a week ago and absolutely shakes a PhD going on good question you'll have to ask and we get a time out so that puts a kind of a a damper on the mo Jo but the Huskies have scored first year against seventh ranked Stanford touchdown pass rounding to pedis same combination that works for the game winner Arizona a week ago we take a break on the Washington.

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"uw" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on KOMO

"UW virology lab that could be a big part of relaxing social distancing looks like it's pretty accurate so far almost Ryan Harris has more from the scientists and antibodies test control if you had this corona virus and the possible protection that comes with it although the researchers warn it's too early to know if it's complete protection from a reinfection Dr Alex Granger assistant director of the clinical virology lab says tests run by Abbott labs sure one hundred percent sensitivity which means it can detect the virus and ninety nine point six percent specificity which means it won't give false positives if you've had older coronaviruses Graham Jr also says it can start to give them a picture of who's still at risk and other viruses these antibodies are protective but clearly just from doing this test we don't know the answer that question definitively but this will be a test that allows us to generate that data to understand those important questions it's a blood test that would have to be ordered by your doctor and once the virology lab can get it going full bore they can run twelve to fourteen thousand tests per day but the possibility they can start running some tests as soon as next week Ryan Harris como newsy predictions being used to help guide the coronavirus policy of elected leaders show the week of may eighteenth is when Washington state might be safe to relax social distancing measures Dr Christopher Murray with the institute for health metrics of the university of Washington says that's been one of their top priorities as they create their model when would the level of the infections in the community it down to a low enough level that even with current capacity in states it would be feasible to undertake testing and contact tracing and therefore reduce the risk of research sorry says the dates for each state will changes they see things like their capacity for testing and contact tracing to court X. to question if the early predictions were to dire Murray says the local health care industry says it was ready for the situation to be much worse but that it might have been overwhelmed if they were underprepared preliminary results of a covert nineteen studies show that less than one percent of king county residents are likely to be infected the greater Seattle coronavirus assessment networkers scanned estimates that just to point oh five two point seventy five percent of the population could be carrying the disease Dr Michael Femi Larry says they look at some four thousand individual individuals represent some of the many community members who are infected and may be transmitting call the nineteen but otherwise would not be tested and diagnosed in clinical settings yes that this is early data but it seems to indicate that infections are beginning to plateau snobbish county is telling companies to make plans for reopening tales from Cuomo's Jeff Poe July as the spread of coronavirus slows in Washington state some counties are thinking about the best ways to re open their economies without causing a resurgence of the disease in our counties should be anticipating what they would do when the time comes that they're allowed to return activity that's Dr Chris spinners of the Snohomish county health district he has plenty of information for companies is available on their website this comes as Boeing in the central business announces that it will resume production in Washington state Jeff poacher like come on news of the grim milestone for Washington state amid the continuing corona virus pandemic a new count shows at least six hundred lives have now been lost that number includes eleven newly reported deaths in king county three in Pierce county and two in Snohomish county more than eleven thousand cases of covert nineteen have been reported across the state governor Jay Inslee is feeling new frustration with president trump como's bill o'neill has more left frustration comes following the president's comments on Twitter about liberating parts of the country from corona virus stayed home orders those comments seem to be aimed at encouraging protesters in a number of states including Michigan the canoeing pandemic has had that status specially hard with the unemployment rate now above twenty percent this is just grossly irresponsible and it is dangerously bombastic because it inspires people to do dangerous things governor Insley also tells CNN the president's tweets put millions of Americans at risk of contracting covert nineteen bill o'neill komo news published time nine ten and for the Harley.

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"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"uw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"White with days in our Valentine's day music rotation just a talented talented dude I believe he's got a UW Madison connection I think he went to UW Madison but don't quote me on that just always always loved him he's got another song called love just fantastic he this Valentine's day every Valentine's day here on the program we play a song for bumper music that means something to my Valentine my lovely wife and me believe it or not this is our twentieth Valentine's day together first Valentine's day it was in two thousand one and man oh man am I feeling old right now and as I'm walking out the door this morning I told her I'm going to do our tradition where I play all bumper music that you know means something to us you know what the last word she said to me not I love you or that so sweet and I quote just don't embarrass me love you to make it is conservative thought not just talk the Dan o'donnell show insights not insults and on this Valentine's day love for all it is very likely to win re election in a landslide in fact all of the drama in this race is probably and I'm saying very probably going to happen afterwards and I mean after the Democratic National Convention because what's most notable about who's running for the mayoral election this spring is who's not running a Shanti Hamilton Milwaukee common council president now there are some who have noticed that if there were to resign mid term who is it that takes over the president of the Milwaukee common council meeting that a Shanti Hamilton work Barrett to say you know what the DNC was the culmination of all the great work that I've done for the city of Milwaukee I am retiring this was a great event it was spectacular fingers crossed that Bernie Sanders supporters don't burn the place down if you were to retire then a Shanti Hamilton his natural successor we get almost a full four year term it's just something to watch this summer I'm not saying I'm just saying it was a shock to a lot of people who follow politics in Milwaukee that a Shanti Hamilton didn't run until you think about how much easier and less expensive it would be if he didn't run and just waited for pera to retire Milwaukee county executives race we've been talking about this extensively in the context of the lone conservative on the ballot permit to per ni ma Nath excuse me at her explanation for why she signed the recall petition I don't want to get involved in that the three and this is just I'm just being real with you folks the three candidates who are a likely vying to get out of this primary our David Crowley are all my gosh Kris Larson and feel let's go Mike I totally for all like it all I could think of do did you know I am I am a child of talk radio do you know all I could remember was Charlie Sykes nickname for him sticky fingers I had a total brain fart Chris the thief is what Belling calls him yeah Chris Larson is likely the favorite in this race if I had to gas it's coming down to feel Lipscomb who successfully got huge two biggest competitors Brian Kennedy the mayor of Glendale and Jim Sullivan the former state senator increase a lease hand picked successor thrown off the ballot for doing the exact same thing that cry feel Lipscomb was doing with respect to you getting names circulated on his petition remarkably hypocritical for Theo let's get it wouldn't matter let's say is signatures were tossed as Dan Bice reported this past week wouldn't matter he still would have qualified it's just remarkably sleazy does anybody really think that the lips come didn't now that he use the exact same company the exact same guy to circulate signatures as the two dudes who got thrown off the ballot course he knew what was going on you know darn well his attorneys are to the we better watch out just in case they come back we used to say that okay okay we need to get these guys off the ballot likely going to come down to Lipscomb and Larson but don't count out David Crowley Crowley had does have a broader base of support a Democrat of course but again like Lena Taylor is closer to Republican orthodoxy on issues of crime and the like than you might think not that's not an endorsement by any stretch it's for a lot of people though they might decide that the least worst option just like the least worst option in the mayoral race might end up being told he's a Lenski yep how much do you think if Tony's once you promise just to let people use his helipad on top of his monstrosity of a house do you think he would get if he offered tours of his super villains layer do you think he would anybody vote for me you get a tour my monstrous house and again I am not I am not be grudging someone remember I was the one who defended ably tearing down that old mansion on Milwaukee's lakefront saying Hey what you should aspire to is to have tear down a mansion and build a new mansion money that's what all of us should aspire to it's just it's hilarious when you take a look at this house you've got all the old bay view sets and then doctor evil's layer right in the middle of it okay I look at the time we have got to step aside for a break we.

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