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Fresh update on "united states government" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Here on WTO, the Justice Department says an Iranian operative has been charged in a plot to murder former Trump administration national security adviser John Bolton. Joining us live on Skype with the latest is WTO national security correspondent JJ green, wow JJ, what do we know about this plot? Yeah, this is a big deal. This, according to an FBI document that they put out not long ago, seems to have been a plot and it involved terrorism and the attempted murder for hire of what they call a former high ranking United States government official. Now we know this is John Bolton because he put out a statement himself a short while ago a few minutes ago thanking the Justice Department for initiating a criminal procedure. And apparently the way this thing went was from October of 2021 to April of this year and Iranian based operative allegedly used encrypted Internet based messaging applications to try to hire people in the U.S. to murder this former official who was Bolton in D.C. or in Maryland in exchange for $300,000. So this is apparently a serious plot. What do we know about this arranging an operative? His name is Sharon poor safi. And he's 46 years old. He's from Iran. Excuse me. And he is allegedly working on behalf of the Iranian revolutionary guard corps, the quds force, and he apparently is a military operative. They're photographs of him in a most wanted poster from the FBI showing him in military fatigues. It also seems to suggest this whole situation seems to suggest that he is very well connected within that organization. And that he was dedicated to doing this because the charges include the use of interstate commerce to facilitate the commission of murder for hire and providing an attempting to provide material support to terrorists. So he has a very serious connection to this organization and apparently was very committed. JJ, why was John Bolton targeted? Excuse me, again, well, bad blood between the U.S. and Iran. We may remember a few years ago, there was a gigantic plot to try to murder a number of U.S. officials in a meeting in France. Including Rudy Giuliani, who was clearly in his better days of a former top well recognized U.S. law enforcement official, Fran Townsend, who was the former U.S. Homeland Security adviser to president Bush. This is bad blood. It goes back a long time. There were several years ago, several people arrested in the U.S. were trying to blow up the cafe Milano restaurant just down the Wisconsin avenue up the street from Georgetown. This goes a long way back into history and it's not getting any better. And the fact that the FBI did this made this public and coming on the heels of another situation about a week or so ago where an Iranian citizen in the U.S. pointed out that she had been targeted and tracked for murder by the same organization seems to suggest that there is a serious situation here that the U.S. is facing with these Iranian operatives. All right, JJ, thank you for the details with the breaking developments this morning that's our national security correspondent JJ green. 1114. Do you have an air
The U.s. Needs to Get Out Away From Endless Wars
"Can somebody explain to me why Nancy Pelosi in the United States government feel that there is a need for us to even attempt to travel to Taiwan? This is the weird part about Democrats that I will never understand. Why do they want to participate in being involved in endless wars? I think it's the Democrats that are pushing in this wars. I think we should have no business of our government giving money to the Ukrainian government. Now I understand that people may want to help out the families that are displaced and different things like that. That makes sense to me, right? We can still be a helping hand to the people that are not responsible and have no real involvement or connection with what their government is doing. But why did Nancy Pelosi feel that it was that important for her to travel to Taiwan?
Fresh update on "united states government" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Were taken completely out of the pipeline. I don't know. All I know is it for the Department of Justice to get so deeply involved that they had to raid a president or former president of the United States residents to take back the property of the people of the United States. That's what those documents are. Anytime someone comes up to you and says, oh, Hillary's emails. None of Hillary's emails are the property of the government. It was about her having a private email server. But everyone in the Trump White House had a private email server. Ivanka, Jared, Navarro, all of them. And now we're fighting up this is different. They stole In eliminate all history of these records. So it was very important for them to seize these quickly. So that there wasn't a criminal intent by people like, you know, you know, these people who have been who are under investigation for attempting to overthrow the United States. This is a level of criminality you see Enrico cases. This is how they treat mafia Dons and drug lords. Yeah. And that's the level we're at. Trump just took the 5th this morning, and he is on record a zillion times saying only the mob takes the 5th. He did. Yeah. Yeah, mobster, and somebody, where's the guy with the big signs, right? Yeah. We need to do. You know? Yeah. So his kids have taken the 5th. He has taken the 5th. You know, again, this is I said, there's many times in my book that these people feel lawless at which means they are above the law. The laws don't apply to them. And when even the slightest mildest look. And we all know the hundreds of violations that Trump made, having the Russians in the Oval Office with a Russian journalist alone insulting his FBI director. He had just fired. That would be treasonous anywhere else. Treasonous. But because he has the white loyal base of people who are willing to potentially do violence, he's gotten a pass on all of this. Yeah. Malcolm, finally, I guess I was going to say, I just being that you were over there in Ukraine trying to save democracy. You thought I just more and more, I can't even remember the exact people, but Americans that are doing Russian talking points about Ukraine. Whether it's, you know, third party ish people or just your thoughts on that. Well, I mean, this is very simple. It's a betrayal of democracy itself. These people are aligning themselves with first. Let's get this right on the table. Mass murderers. Okay. I don't know if you guys have talked about it because I didn't listen to the show this morning. But Steven effing sagal just in Ukraine. That's who I'm picking up. Steven Seagal, who, by the way, is a Russian citizen. Yeah. Right? And they had the nerve to take him to the site where they mass murdered 53 prisoners by faking an explosion in there. This is treasonous beyond all belief, but you know what? There are people, you know, when you come to the United States, you have freedom of speech. You're allowed to go out and say any stupid thing you want, but we have the right to hold you personally accountable, right? By coming out and spelling out the fact that you are supporting a mass murderer. Many Americans supported Hitler. Well, here's your chance to support another one. I guess they're taking it. Yeah. Here's my guess. My guess is when we find all the classified documents from Mar-a-Lago, they will basically contain all of your books. It'll be plot to hack America right into the Ukraine. Impeachment stuff right into the overthrow of the United States government. If you guys haven't gotten, they want to kill Americans. Right now is a good time to get it. All right? It's taking a beating on The New York Times best sellers list because somebody said people like nice books. When they go to the beach, surprise one week off and look what happens. Right? Yeah, find out what's going to happen and be well prepared. So go get that book right now. Yes. Do it. Do it. All right. Your shirt says die living. Please don't do the first part. Please come home safely. I'm wearing my alpha liberal shirt and your honor. So please come home safe, sailor, okay? I'm going to bring back lots of stuff that Ukrainian toys. Aw, I love my I love my job. That's right behind me. Oh, we love your tablet too. You can only get that javelin toy in Ukraine. You can't get it overseas. Wow. Yay. All right, love you, honey, see you soon. Thanks. 51 minutes after the hour. This portion of the show brought to you by speaking of love. Colonel Steve can either because doctor Marty is the renowned veterinarian, he has developed nature's blend a freeze dried raw formula. Stevie not only loves it, he is his poops are fantastic. Yes. No more loose stools. He is his coat is shiny. This special freeze drying method helps maximize the nutrient and makes it irresistible flavor and texture. It is free of artificial preservatives meat meal and fillers. I didn't know meat meal is not real meat. The first four ingredients in this are actual meat. Oh
Malcolm Nance Called the Insurrection 62 Days Before It Happened
"Someone wrote yesterday. Your decision not to be political is a decisive political decision for the other side. Yeah. When it's the overthrow of the United States government. Oh, is that all we're talking about? Jeez. As someone that called the insurrection before the insurrection. 62 days. That's right. 62 days on Bill ma or real time with Bill Maher. I told Bill to his credit. It was the kumbaya episode. Yeah. And Trump's gone. Oh, we can all rest. Yeah, we should really find out what they want. We should address their concerns. And I love Bill, but you know, I sat very quietly there. You know, while he was saying that, and he said, well, it can't be all doom and gloom. And I said, oh, you want doom and gloom? Do you boy? That's why I'm here. That was my cue. And I said, we're going into an insurgency. Yeah. And he was like, insurgency, like Iraq, and I was like, yeah, it was Saddam and uday and kusa. You know? That's when you use the word vanilla ISIS. Yeah, vanilla ice is. And you know, we are now in it. And insurgency is a campaign of destabilization. And the Republican Party is an insurgent party. Understand what we're saying. Malcolm Mann said this before January 6th happened. Can I point something out? Yes. That book was contracted on December 12th, 2020. Wow. A book about the United States going into insurgency leading towards Civil War. So at least Saint Martin's press got it, right?
Are China and Russia Still Allies?
"Russia and China actually not natural allies. They're both totalitarian dictatorships that want to try and reconquer lands that they believe are ethnically theirs. Now, Russia is no friend of the United States, but it doesn't have to be a bitter enemy. Russia very well should be in the neutral category the same way that we used Russian power to defeat the Nazis. We should use Russian power to defeat the Chinese. The Chinese Communist Party and Russia, they're playing nice together, but they're not natural allies. You should always try to be dividing them apart from each other. Now, I believe that we must make the Chinese Communist Party and the Chinese government, the clear and total enemy of the United States government. That's where we need to focus our attention in our time. Not on Russia, but instead the country that has well over a billion people, a growing economy, they're ruthless to the core and they are really quite honestly ahead of pace in world domination. We have pushed Russia into closer CCP orbit due to bad Ukraine policy.
Is President Trump in Legal Jeopardy? Victoria Toensing Explains
"Of the January 6th show trial. I'm going to use that phrase show trial. Is the target stuff from a boss president Trump. That's not what you Victoria. How great is his legal jeopardy? Because I've seen a couple of different avenues of attack. First it was, he calls the insurrection. He incited the violence. That's why they've never showed the clip of him saying march peacefully and patriotically to the capital, which of course would negate that. Now, they seem to have switched tactics amid way and say that he's, he raised funds to investigate fraudulent election activities and then did nothing with it and just kept it for his own purposes or political campaigning and they're going to try and use some kind of financial charge. Whatever it is, is he in legal jeopardy? I can't see any basis or legal jeopardy. The latest is what you had at Adam Schiff talking about at the beginning of the hour. Oh, the alternative slate. Yes, let's unpack this. The electors. The alternative electric slate, which was done by the Democrats in 1960, by the way, and nobody went after them criminally. What would the charge even be? Well, that's why Dana bash is such a suck up. Reporter, she didn't report, please report her. Oh, okay. Please. Suck up. It would be a conspiracy to defraud the United States government of faithful electors. That's what it would be. To fraud the United States. But I don't know, but it's got to be something that's going to be something illegal about that. And when it was done in 1960, what is the difference between having a slate of electors, and here's what was in the documents that said, if Trump wins, legal arguments. I mean, language to that effect were in there. It wasn't like we are the other elections. It wasn't we're going to make up the results. No. Only if he wins in court decisions because there's a certain deadline by which electors have to be chosen. So if they weren't
Dinesh Welcomes Attorney Joseph McBride
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome back to the podcast Joseph McBride. Joe's the founder of the McBride law firm, which is located in New York City. His practice focuses on a whole federal civil rights claims, federal criminal defense, federal criminal appeals, as well as state criminal defense and state appeals. Joe also represents some January 6th defendants and this is actually the subject that I'd like to talk about. Joe welcome back to the podcast great to have you. We're on the verge of the January 6th below C committee kind of taking its show. I wouldn't say on the road, but really to the public airwaves. And they've apparently even hired a kind of a television executive to help orchestrate the public presentation of their findings. Let's talk first of all about what you think their objective is here, is their objective to make the case before the American people is it to prevent Trump from running again. What do you think is the endgame or end goal of the January 6th committee? It's good to see you as always the national thank you so much for having me on. Thank you for your important continued work on this very, very crucial topic. The endgame is to poison the public consciousness through propaganda. This is next level propaganda. This is propaganda. We didn't even see from the stalinist regime. We're talking about the marriage between big tech, the actual mainstream media industrial complex, and the controlling party in the United States government right now. The goal is to one poison any potential jury pools in grand jury pools for criminal cases. Number two, poison the consciousness of the American public to continue to push and force a narrative down people's throat, people who might not necessarily have the time like you or I to delve in to the nuances of the truths of that day and they're getting their news from CNN or MSNBC. And they're like, wow, this is really powerful stuff. But it's all propaganda. And of course, three, they are trying to create a conspiracy from the bottom to the top and the top to the bottom where they're seeking to prosecute morally and criminally former president Trump as a kingpin of some conspiracy to overthrow the government.
The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act
"And I touched on this yesterday and I want to tell you about Woodrow Wilson a little bit more detail In addition to being a racist and a segregationist and a Democrat And a so called progressive And this is straight out of unfreedom of the press but nonetheless the facts are important During the course of World War I which will Wilson who had been a leaning progressive intellectual for decades supported a series of congressional amendments that Congress added to the so called espionage act Which collectively became known as the sedition act of May 16th 1918 Sedition act It was one of the acts passed under John Adams you'll recall And this act stated in part whoever when the United States is at war shall willfully utter print write or publish any disloyal profane scurrilous or abusive language about the form of government of the United States for the constitution of the United States Where the military or naval forces of the United States are the flag of the United States or the uniform of the army or the navy of the United States into contempt scorn Or disrepute shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000 back then It's big today was massive back then Or the imprisonment for not more than 20 years or both Provided that any employee or official of the United States government who commits any disloyal on patriotic or disloyal language or who and it abusive and violent matter criticizes the army or navy or the flag of the United States shall be at once dismissed from service
The Biden Administration Have Mishandled the Ukraine Situation
"Lord black, you make a point in your upcoming article on the perfect opportunity that has been handed this White House with regards to the conflict in Europe, but they're not taking it, are they? No. I mean, at the beginning of the war, when the Russians invaded and in the last week in February, the chairman of the joint chiefs who should have been torched marshaled years ago. But. With the same genius that the chiefs showed in the Afghanistan said that he expected the Russians have occupied Kyiv within three days and President Biden said that he had offered safe flight out for president zelensky and his family. So the United States government military and civilian were completely resigned to the Russians taking over stamping out the Ukrainian independence and just crushing the project of democracy in that country of 40 million. Just crushing its windpipe. They were resigned
Eric Shares His Thoughts on the Russia-Ukraine War
"Any updates on your thoughts regarding Ukraine, Russia. Do you think Putin should be forceful forcibly removed from power? I have no idea what to say about that. The situation there is heartbreaking, but as I've said with John's mirac and others on the program, it's been bad United States government policies that have allowed this horror to happen, just like with stuff that's going on in China. It is because we have either projected weakness or kind of a cynical, selfish view, which, you know, people in The Pentagon, foggy bottom, these places, they are not George Washington. They're not Abraham Lincoln. And that's why the biggest update I could give is that we need to throw the bums out and drain the swamp, but I will leave it at
Did Biden's Blunder Increase the Odds of Putin Using Nuclear Weapons?
"Are we pursuing a policy of Russian roulette with Russia? And we need to think about that. This is not prudent foreign policy. You might as well just be rolling the Dyson gambling as we are dealing with the Russian Federation. So the question is this, did the Biden blunder increase or decrease the odds of Vladimir Putin using nuclear weapons? And remember, Joe Biden did not stutter when he does that, usually he does with gaps. This is something that he deeply believes. Joe Biden would love nothing more than to try to execute a CIA operation against Vladimir Putin, was this top secret talks that slipped out of an undisciplined mind. Is this something that he didn't mean to say? Or something that he said that he didn't mean? Those are two different things. So did he say something wrong? Like, oh man, that was a mistake. Or is it a mistake that he said it? I would argue that most likely it's something that he believes that he didn't mean to say. What does that mean for the United States government? What does that mean for our current policy towards the Russian Federation? I don't think peace is coming anytime soon,
How Joe Biden Just Helped Make Putin Dictator for Life
"While you were probably having an enjoyable weekend, you might have missed the fact that Joe Biden might have communicated one of the most clear and actually is anything but clear. One of the biggest foreign policy blunders of the last 30 to 40 years. Joe Biden went to Europe and he went to hopefully try to unite the NATO countries and to try to bring forth some form of peace. But it said Biden did the exact opposite. You see, here's a good rule of thumb. If the United States government was serious about anything, they should just not have Biden talk. Okay, he's president, they implemented him. Massive shenanigans, massive cutting of corners in the 2020 election. We've gone into all of that and you guys can listen to our conversation with dinesh d'souza to go more into that. Okay, he's president. That doesn't mean he has to talk. Biden being president is one thing actually giving him a microphone is a completely different thing. Who's the handler for Joe Biden exactly? Is it Ron klain? Is it Jen Psaki, probably not, Valerie Jarrett? Whoever's doing the handling of Joe Biden? They need to make sure that he no longer is able to speak publicly because he did exactly what Putin would want him to do this weekend. So Joe Biden went to Europe. He went to Europe and gave a series of speeches, and there was one 15 second portion of his speech that has gone completely, not just viral, it is now policy. Now, we've talked a lot about the dangers of regime change. We've talked about a lot on this program how, when the United States is involved in regime regime change, more times than not, there are issues, power vacuums that follow, then there is actual stability. That when you remove Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, for example, you get slave markets. You get Civil War. You get a fracturing of a country.
'Insurrections and Double Standards' With Heather Mac Donald
"Life. Welcome back, I'm talking to Heather McDonald, who has written a lot of stuff for city journal. Okay, so the piece we're talking about now is the January 6th piece called insurrections and double standards. So it's the same theme, there's this kind of woke narrative, and the only problem is it's become weaponized. You have the United States government throwing people in jail. I mean, it sickens me because I've had some of those people on this program and to hear their stories. I can't believe there's levels of injustice. It's one thing for some educated suburban housewife who's a docent at the Art Institute of Chicago to be sent packing. Like that's bad. Yeah. But to have people have their doors broken down to be arrested and humiliated because they dared to show up at the nation's capital, they didn't break anything. They didn't kill anyone. They didn't strike anyone. And so there's this narrative. And again, the worst part of it for me is that you're told, don't talk about it. Don't dare talk about it because you need to show that you're on board with this narrative. And if you don't show that you're on board with this narrative, you're probably part of the problem. Right. Well, on the one hand, I'm not going to go immediately to well they were a Jean provocateur. I think there is, I believe, in personal responsibility. And if you were trespassing, if you were vandalizing, you absolutely should be held accountable. That having been said, though, Eric, by the way, I'm against vandalism. Just to be perfectly clear. Let's just be perfectly clear. There were actions that day that should not be repeated. Correct. And if this becomes the norm, if you believe rightly or wrongly that an election was rigged, you should not, that does not entitle you to do this. But I will say this. You don't know when we pull the emergency court because you're absolutely right, there is a double standard here in the way these people have been treated compared to the Black Lives Matter rioters. And I've just read believe it or not, for the first time 1984, it terrifies me. It's part of my reading of gulag archipelago, narratives of Soviet totalitarianism, the thought of a government that has you have no hope for justice, the very instruments and institutions of justice are biased, the great human yearning is the possibility of an impartial hearing, a tribunal that you can come that you can tell the facts and get an impartial hearing. If we've lost that, it is all
The Dollar Only Works When You Trust the Paper It's Written On
"Most Americans have not experienced a currency reset you wouldn't have unless you're a 190 or a 109, and you remember what happened back then. That our dollar has been so constant, our dollar has been so strong, our dollar has been so, let's say, exceptional for years, that we haven't really thought much about it. Well, our dollar bill is not based in anything. It's based purely on the full faith and credit of the United States government. So in simple economics, we know that dollars or money replaces the barter system. So the barter system is what very inefficient, and also it does not allow the needs and wants problem to be solved. So for example, if producer Connor is a chicken farmer and he wants to be able to trade with me, but I don't want chickens and I'm a cantaloupe farmer. And we want to be able to trade chickens for cantaloupes, but he doesn't want cantaloupes, and I don't want chickens, then we can't trade together. The other problem is that Connor has to sell his chickens before they perish. So he has to find a buyer of chickens in time. Dollar bills are value solve all of these problems, right? So I can convert my cantaloupes to dollars, and then I can go to Connor and trade for chickens or whatever else he might have. So it's a replacement, and it also allows perishing goods such as time and talent and things that you put on shelves that decrease with value over time, such as pastries or whatever, things that have expiration dates, you can immediately capture the value in an instance because then it becomes somebody else's responsibility. By definition, it makes an economy a hundred, 200, 300 times more efficient, almost immediately. But it only works if you trust the piece of paper that is replacing the value itself.
Natalie Winters Intrigued by Victoria Nuland's 'Research Materials'
"I thought this is just incredible And Victoria Nuland she said something during the conversation she was having with Rubio up on the hill She talked about research materials they were concerned about What do you think she meant by that Was she talking about pathogens or was she potentially talking about something worse Well you know I don't think we know the answer to that yet but I think it really is amazing that you have someone like Victoria newland who I would say is probably a contender for the moniker of Queen of the swamp maybe Hillary Clinton might beat her But to see someone like that standing up there admitting that the United States government was indeed funding and working with these labs I think that's saying the quiet part out loud but I think this again relates to Wuhan in the sense that as these are labs that receive taxpayer funds right And the fact that we can't answer that question the fact that we don't necessarily know what exactly the Russian government could potentially be gaining access to or even nefarious actors within Ukraine the types of pathogens that they were working on might I add with the windows open as a lot of these reports were documenting the improper safety protocols that they were carrying out is just a perfect example again of these sort of I think just misguided international scientific collaborations specifically in Wuhan specifically in Ukraine I mean I don't know why we're building biological weapons research facilities so close to proximal to a country specifically Russia when we know there's a history of conflicts between Ukraine and Russia that's like building nuclear reactors on a fault line You're just asking for it for
Natalie Winters: Obama Funded Ukranian Biolabs to Study Pathogens
"So beyond the fact that of course it was then senator Barack Obama who was spearheading these negotiations all the way back in 2005 a report from the U.S. national Academy of Sciences from 2011 actually really got into a details of what kind of research this lab with U.S. government funds was actually engaging in And they not only do they document the type of pathogens that they're working with but they note So there are about 4000 bio lab type facilities in Ukraine which is a pretty large number And only two of them actually have the certification the clearance to work with pathogens really of the most dangerous group that's the first level So think about the kind of stuff that they were working with at Wuhan And of those two labs the one that Obama and the U.S. Department of Defense helped fund is one of those labs So it actually says okay again according to this U.S. government report you know it's almost too good to be true But it's not Russian disinformation They actually admit that this lab is quote responsible for the identification of a specially dangerous biological pathogen and you can go on and read a separate document that talks about all the different viruses that they're working with Everything from plague to Ebola a lot of other scary ones and we actually just set up another story at the national pulse right now Just within the last minute or so documenting how this lab as well as a broader network of Ukrainian labs that have received United States government funds are taxpayer dollars Well they actually used to operate as part of a Soviet bio weapons program
Who Is Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council?
"For those who haven't heard our earlier discussions here on America first, will you just give them the potted introduction who Ilhan is and what the FPC does. Sure. So AFC is a think tank. Everything tank has an area of focus. We spend a lot of time working with Congress because candidly, ideas begin in very few places. And members of Congress need cutting edge accurate sort of impactful information about what's going on around the world. So we have a stable of experts that cover everything from Iran to Russia, to radical Islam, to China, to China, space, and the goal here is to inform policy to help them craft better policy, but more than anything else. It's to sort of to amplify the efforts of policymakers who are trying to defend American national security, promote American foreign policy interests. And your family background, where do you hail from originally? Well, all over, but my parents were Soviet refused next, right? So explain that to him for those who are Cold War warriors like me, what was a refuse neck. Right. So I refused it was someone who usually Jewish as my family is, but not only, but a refusal was somebody who during the Soviet Union for whatever reason for political purposes for religious freedom purposes applied to exit the Soviet Union and they were denied. And they were essentially made non people. They weren't allowed to have party affiliation. There weren't allowed to work in certain jobs, and only through the pressure of the United States government, including people like senator Henry Jackson, there was enough pressure that was placed on the Soviet Union that the Soviets opened up the doors and allowed refuse, including pretty significant wave of Jewish refusing to
Daniel Horowitz Analyzes Republicans' Responses on Russia Involvement
"And I really don't think we should get bogged down in vitriol on this because there's a lot of middle ground in this okay I mean obviously as I mentioned in the beginning of the show as discussed about Israel often you know if Israel stopped fighting tomorrow they'd be obliterated If the Palestinians stopped fighting their BPs The same thing applies to Russia and Ukraine right now Putin is clearly the aggressor in this situation regardless of what you feel our involvement should be Sure I mean I think a lot of the disagreement on the right stems from being played an unideal hand for so many years What do you do now And to me it all gets back to the fact that the whole nostalgia of the Soviet Union and defending Eastern Europe from the Soviet Union back in the days of Pope John Paul Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan that's predicated on a moral and just west United States government NATO government We have so many problems here at home with governments that are no longer democracies Reagan used to quip about you can go to the Oval Office and say breaking sucks as president and you could go to Gorbachev and say Reagan sexist person and get away with it That's good And I played that on my show recently and I was thinking it's so sad to look at Trudeau and gradually what's happening here with DHS monitoring opposition people being thrown in jail for political crimes without bail we have our problems here so that's why a lot of us have a difficult time barreling in headfirst to a foreign conflict before we even get into the details just because NATO is corrupt The United States government I hate to say has a lot of problems with it So we're not going to be able to sustain the proper policy
Survey: 65% Democrats, 28% Republicans Believe Government Should Restrict False Information Online
"You are fellow of vinay There's a survey that was done recently Percentage of adults who say the United States government should take steps to restrict false info online even if it limits freedom of information Those who identify themselves as Democrat they agree with that statement 65% Scary those Republicans of those who lean Republican as well 28% That number should be 0% The U.S. government should take no steps to restrict false information online Zero steps The only way the government should get involved online is if somebody steals a computer and then they can go track it down using I guess the FBI or something if it's a federal offense Beyond that I don't want them involved I want the marketplace of ideas to figure out the information and what's right and what's wrong will be something that we can all
Michael Anton: If Trump Supporters Were Actually Dangerous, the Deep State Would've Stepped in Already
"Michael these psychological operations obviously sign up being sure for that They're not unusual They're not in any of the remotely unprecedented It's pretty common actually And you stay in the piece that they really have kind of two functions one of them to be you know that use the Tokyo rose example to demoralize people You know not an uncommon battlefield tactic at all But one of the others I believe you kind of hit that is the gaslight people into believing what their eyes are telling them isn't real In other words the left wants to criminalize dissent They want an open pathway to the finish line They don't want any conservatives getting in their way and challenging them And as you state in the piece the left understands that the American people have this inherent kind of revulsion towards censorship and political targeting So the way around that is by this psychological operation to get them to believe that these hordes of maga supporters right Are arming themselves for this mass Civil War but you bring up a great point If this was happening the FBI would be all over this Where are all these soldiers they're talking about And the media would be all over it I mean think about the media would love the media and the deep state the national security state would love nothing more than to have some real group of people organizing a militia with the explicit intention or implicit intention of overthrowing the United States government because then they could go and round all those people up and have spectacularly publicized trials splash front pages on The New York Times Washington Post Wall to wall coverage on CNN then it would justify what they're talking about It would feed the narrative They don't have any of these people It's not happening So they have to make it up Look they even had to again I trust Julie Kelly and others on this one We still don't really know what happened in the alleged kidnapping case of the governor of Michigan But it seems clear that there were feds all over it and it may be a case of simple entrapment where a bunch of people who have certain misguided political opinions because they could be led down this road but wouldn't have gone down that road had not federal agents come and go to them
"united states government" Discussed on WCPT 820
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"united states government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And I was right, and I think now that Trump's no longer president, people might say, Well, Buck was right about that, like we should have said, Hey, you know people, people around the president with influence should going to say you can't hire your kids and make them the most powerful officials in the United States government after you, but that's what happened. A lot of very bad decision making was a result of that. So this wasn't a minor thing. So he was a whole book. When did you speak the truth? Things like that. Okay, things and no, I got heat. My inbox was full of people. Buck 00. He could only trust He could only trust his family members really? Could have trusted me. It didn't want to bring me in would have if you if you needed somebody with the The fortitude down below, if you know what I mean to speak the truth to the Trumpster. I would have been able to do it, but They want to bring me in. Didn't didn't bring me into the mix and about I didn't ask. I'm not saying that. But you know, there were people who he could've picked. I'm just using myself as an example. There people he could have picked to be around him to advise him. But a lot of yes, men, A lot of people that were just whatever the Trumpster wants. The trumpster gets, and that worked on a lot of things, but on some very important things. It did not Did not. So the truth is, it is a is a central Uh, is the focal point of this show? The truth is, I see it always and you know, I'll take the heat. I'll take the hits with that, too. I took a lot of hits. After that. I took a lot of heat from people saying that I wasn't strong enough on the election fraud issue. I said, I look give me show me the evidence. Just prove this to me. I'm all about finding out that this was that there was this big fraud, but it didn't materialize. You know if someone tell if there's a new story if a government official comes forward and says, Hey, you know, I've got a videotape that showing you know Democrats breaking into the R and see the night before the election, and they're all saying this I'm going to say OK, that's terrible. Let's see that video is they say? Well, hold on, Hold on. We're getting everything lined up. It is. Okay. Well, show me that video. At some point if they don't produce it, I gotta stop saying Okay, I believe it. Or at least got to stop saying I expect there to be government action on this as a result of this Frank writes, And I want to thank you sometime ago, you commented on emphasized on how peanut butter has a lot of calories. It's true, Frank. Ah, Lot account. I never forgot that. Well, I love peanut butter. It has always been a major part of my diet. Morning, noon and night. I love snacking on it with.
"united states government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Which gives you a clear picture of what's going on. Now it's clear to me that Trevor got railroaded because Vladimir Putin wants upon and there are other Americans in jail as well. He collects them. He's not a CZ. As terrible about it as Iran, but he's pretty damn bad about it. What is the United States government doing and what ought to be doing in your estimate? Joey Well, first. What we we don't know at what level this was generated, but obviously it has to reach the highest levels at this point and the United States government, the Congress. There's a resolution in both the House and the Senate House resolution. 11 15, then Senate resolution 6 67 calling for his immediate release, and for the state Department to take, you know, actions, you know, toe help. Game tremble. Freedom. The State Department is way understand this is trying to have discussions with the Russian foreign Ministry. But way back for the president and secretary Pompeo. You know, to help Andi think they are, and we hope they are. But neither the president nor the secretary had mentioned Trevor's named publicly on way kind of wish that they would do that. But So anyway, we we believe that there's ongoing efforts to try and release him. But obviously we're not privy to any details. Sure, hostage negotiation sometimes your best conducted in the dark, but you have to be there on the ground to get attention in America. Paid to Trevor and people help you buy Go fund me. Are you there alone? Or is there other family members to support you? Because Joe am worried about you, too? Yeah. This is Russia. Bad things happen to Americans in Russia. Well, you know, my son was very worried about that when I arrived, but As I told my son when I first got here and said to be the best thing that can happen for your defense, if there is if they arrest me. Because at that point, the United States government will have no option but to try and intervene and stood up up there their actions to release you. It will prove that you know that you you are in a totally innocent, which, by the way that United Representatives from the United States Embassy attended all of his hearings and reported back to the embassy and to the State Department that the trial was a sham. S o. But I'm here alone. I've been here for most of the last 13 months. I came back home in January and in return for the trial have been here for almost nine months. There's no everyone that I've met in Russia is wonderful. The Russian people are terrific. And you wouldn't believe the assistance and help that we've gotten from people and even in the media So again, this is a disconnect between the people and the government. What are the conditions of his imprisonment? Joey, is Trevor being taken care of decently. Are you allowed to see him? Well, I've been allowed to see him from time to time his girlfriend and nights. I'm twice in. I think late September early October on DA But I saw him once in early October, and then they closed the jails again. So he's in one of the better jails of what they call pre detention centers. It's it's an old prison. On DH. He lives in a small room with I think five other inmates. And they have one window and you know, food served to him through a hole in the door. It's a very, very old prison. I go to the visitor centre all the time when it's open to deliver food and It looks like something from the 19 forties and again. This is the nicer facility and they're supposedly.
"united states government" Discussed on KCRW
"And spurs or sick. I mean, who you gonna trust? Just because they have an expert title in front of the thing. It is a good tool at the United States government is using To mitigate the spread. Since that interview cases have skyrocketed in Texas, especially in the Rio Grande Valley. Even though the title 42 order is still in place, so if asylum applications almost totally stopped, where do things go from? Here? The Trump administration has come out with sweeping new regulations that would limit asylum permanently. That's prompting widespread concern even among the government officials who are the first to interview these asylum seekers to determine if they're claims air credible. I talked to Michael Knowles, he spoke to us as a special representative from the union that includes hundreds of asylum officers. Nol says the proposed rules would make it all but impossible for migrants arriving at the border to get asylum. The impact would be dire, dire consequences for hundreds of thousands of people who Are seeking the protection of the U. S. These worlds would end asylum as we know it. And are these proposed rules likely to be challenged in court. As so many other Trump administration. Immigration policies have been thes rules are definitely headed for court once they're final. Lawyers are already trying to fight these title. 42 expulsions there especially worried about unaccompanied Children who are being turned away. In normal times, those Children would get special consideration under the law. But now instead of putting them into this special foster care system, immigration officials are just putting them up in hotel rooms near the border and essentially putting him on the next plane home. And advocates say that all this is just a way to deny humanitarian protections and to get around laws that the administration has never liked in the first place. NPR's Joel Rose. Thank you very much. You're welcome. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Images of the Hindu god Lord Rahm were splashed across digital billboards in New York's Times Square today. The display was organized by the Hindu nationalist supporters of India's prime minister. He made a rare trip out of the Indian capital today during the pandemic. To dedicate a new Hindu temple. But there is a bloody history of violence there. As NPR's Lauren Frayer reports he do. Priests chanted Mantra is in the northern Indian town of Ayodhya as prime minister Narendra Modi laid the cornerstones for a temple where faithful believe one of their gods. Lord Rahm was born your kind Centuries of waiting are finally over, Modi said. This was one of his campaign promises. Members of Modi's political party were among those who in 1992 took pick axes to 1/16 century mosque, whose three domes dominated Ayodhya from more than 400 years. Mob.
"united states government" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The first question Toe always answer is What happened to me? They have no idea what happened. Everyone explains it to the extremely fast and that they're not able to express their fears. That's a big deal because it means they don't have an opportunity to seek asylum. Customs and Border Protection, told NPR thes cases are handled on a case by case basis. But a spokesman declined to explain how they determine who gets a credible fear interview while the border is closed because of the pandemic. Normally that's the first step in the asylum process. The Salvadoran woman never got a chance to ask for asylum. She says U. S officials didn't explain anything to her. They just told her to leave imposes doesn't go so I started to cry and left the bridge. The Mexican officials asked what was going on. I told them I didn't have anywhere to go. I didn't know what to do. She and her daughter ended up at a shelter run by the Mexican government, where other asylum seekers have been waiting for their U. S court dates. That shelter has been on lock down since March. But eventually Corona virus still got in. A dozen migrants tested positive in the outbreak for NPR news. I'm Malory folk in El Paso and NPR's Joel Rose, who covers immigration is still with us to reflect on some of the issues that story raises. And Joel first I want to ask you about public opinion because NPR just did. A poll with Ipsos that found this border shutdown has broad bipartisan support from Americans who Desperately want to stop the spread of Cove in 19 So what a public health experts say about that. Well, physicians and health experts are skeptical. They say the closing the border to these migrants might make sense on its face, but Commerce is still flowing freely across the border. That means truckers, students and others are still crossing the border every day, and public health experts say those people are just as likely to spread Corona virus. And several dozen public health experts signed a letter accusing the administration of using public health as a quote pretext for denying asylum to these migrants. Has the administration responded to that? Well, the administration is standing behind this policy. In fact, the CDC has extended its order indefinitely, and the Border Patrol says it's working. Texas public radio asked Agent Rafael Garza about what thes public health experts have said. And here's how Garza response whether it's six or six. Who you gonna trust? Just because they have an expert title in front of that thing. It is a good tool of the United States government is using to mitigate the spread since that interview cases have skyrocketed in Texas, especially in the Rio Grande Valley. Even though the title 42 order is still in place, so.
"united states government" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"United States government is reaching a deal with Johnson and Johnson for 100 million doses of Ako bit 19 vaccine for just over a $1,000,000,000 late stage human trials start next month. President. Trump, meanwhile, is making the case to reopen more states. Democrats states. They don't want to open up anything. They don't want their schools open. They don't want their businesses open. They want to keep it shut and you can't do that. You're hurting people on Fox and friends of this morning, President Trump also suggests he might take unilateral action on unemployment benefits. Milwaukee Police are preparing for protests at the Democratic National Convention. The Milwaukee Police Department doesn't know how many people will show up for the now scaled back DNC in two weeks, those saying it's prepared the handle protests and possible violence. A peaceful civil disturbance does not exist. These air typically Not always spontaneous occurrences requiring the emergency mobilization of police forces. Iraqi police chief Alfonzo Morale is saying his prayer is that the DNC is a peaceful and productive event. Even as over 100 other police agencies have pulled out of DNC security after the city ordered chief morale is to ban the use of pepper spray and tear gas. Jeff Freeman. Also Fox News and Chief Morales is out with a video showing why officers used tear gas on rioters. This spring, The Fire and Police Commission ordered Morales for the explanation. In sports. Badger Football opens against Indiana on Friday night, September 4th. Wisconsin also has home games against Minnesota, Purdue, Illinois and Rutgers. The Brewers are at the White Sox tonight. The milkman hosts who falls soon after this news ws that'll broadcast at reduced power to take mandatory engineering measurements. Full power should be back around one from the Bush A Genesis news that Orion Terry Bell on news talk 11 30 W. Here's your chance.
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"There's no but the kicker is this he doesn't have health insurance so it's a big piece of red tape that he couldn't afford to go to a doctor to get a doctor's note about his vision so it's one of those things that is so great now and I'm I'm torn on this I'm leaning toward now the government putting their foot down and saying you know we're really sorry rules are in place and this is just how it is you know I get that but the United States government okay we could we not have administered the test to prove that this gentleman was blind I mean is it really that difficult yeah I think you make a good point like when he's at the but he's taking his citizenship test they couldn't provide him a doctor or provide him a professional right is that what you're saying exactly exactly and I understand yeah some people may try to fake blind dash to trying to get into our country but I mean with the amount of illegal people who just rush the border and come over **** nilly we may not X. share we may catch here are you really gonna go through the process of pretending to be blind but Hey give citizenship test to get into the United States it just it just I mean using common sense it just seems a little ridiculous yes son I just like the fact that all a vision of people to try to get into our countries are trying to do it **** nilly I like it I like your usage of **** nilly and I thought that out there no I yeah I I see what you're saying with this I think I'm gonna stay I I'm gonna stand my ground on this and just say that I respectfully disagree I think he came up with a great solution and I think that should be a solution but if it's not in place unfortunately I have to go against this guy for now but trust me his his name and everything was in the was in the news so I'm sure he has a go fund me and has lots of money to get a doctor now and I will I will respect your disagreement with me because you spell your name correctly that's right all right well thanks John thanks for giving us a call really does show up I gotta take blind Bobby here he's got perspective on this tape blind Bobby how are you good evening suckers are quickly I am discriminated against all the time I have a land line and your your station W. F. T. L. one L. one L. five they won't take my calls the concept they give away a thousand dollars and they won't take my calls because it's a land line so I'm discriminated against in that sense a lot of people with disabilities all of this conveyed again what do you think I mean it do you think that the god of the lord is a roar might get a letter yeah he should have found he said I think he should have found a way you know you're a learner she will reply to it yeah well blind I really appreciate hearing your voice as we and our show thank you so much for giving us a call we do have one last open Mike it just came in I got to take a quick sneak peek and my heart is just so warm listening to this you're making me blush on goods there.
"united states government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The largest infiltration into the United States government in its history for years and years and years they had the operatives in multiple government agencies stealing files and destroying Scientology records that the government had on Scientology and that that in nineteen seventy seven it in July the FBI raided the church of Scientology location the Los Angeles Hollywood and Washington DC and it was a hundred and fifty six agents that how many agents were involved in the rate at the time it was the largest radio kind and they think they they got like it was like twenty one hours the rate that's how long it lasted and they filled a sixteen ton truck with documents and other items so and and through that raid they uncovered this infiltration that Scientology had all these different agencies and it was they infiltrated a hundred and thirty six government agencies foreign embassies and consulates as well as private organizations critical of Scientology but so just think if they had a whole bunch of stuff about you when you're confessing in these auditing and these counseling sessions all the things that you've done your entire life so it's a very even at the time this was this this all this spy versus spy stuff was carried out by what was called the guardian's office and eleven of those guys went to jail including a one hundred wife Mary sue Hubbard but they just re branded that and that is now called the office of special affairs and those are the guys that do all the same stuff they used to do but now they have the internet so now they do hate by than they do and instead of instead of having their individual members carry out all the dirty tricks they hire lawyers and the lawyers hire private investigators so there's levels of you know deny alerts separation or however you want to call it but it's so yeah if you want to leave your celebrity you want to leave it really depends on how long you've been in what you're worried about coming out right and also what what do you do it is go and say they get their second badly do this yeah they I saw this yeah I saw that then you can expect something to come your way like I don't have enough trolls in my life right after this show so you know it's funny about that though because I remember when we were when this is markedly the kid again the book is blown for good and when you were first on a decade ago I think I told you this that I had worked for individual radio stations and there was kind of this I mean it wasn't like a hard and fast rule but it was more like a please from at least two program directors that I could think of at different stages at different cities where I had worked they had said look please don't talk about the charges are die because I'm gonna get these people they're gonna come sit in my office again and they're gonna have a lawyer we're going to go through all this again just don't do it just please don't do it and so there was always a sense of intimidation in the media that if you ever did that you were gonna get crushed like a great right or they were gonna demand equal time or they're gonna get a three hours thing on a weekend or something and then and then but then in two thousand ten and I just got a note when when you when you came on the show I got to really nice emails almost fan emails from program directors in major cities that were carrying coast to coast and they said thank you for doing what we can do because while we can't do it on our show we could do it on our station but you can do it and you know and they were like finally somebody that can stand up to what they were saying what they described as as bullies these legal bullies they were coming in because they had all this money to spend on on litigation or threats litigation anyway exactly what happened and even when I did my book I talk to other people that have written books that never saw the light of day really and they told me no matter what publisher you go to they're not going to publish your book and even if they do.
"united states government" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I should be changing anybody's really I think this is anything done they might be really born there the rapper on impeachment when in reality they need to be part of some of the women twenty twenty there you have it folks right there it is you got three Democrats who say they even going to discover three years you can't get it done you're wasting your time you're driving everybody crazy you're not changing anybody's mind all you're doing is tearing everything apart and these people are talking to the CNN reporter which is a stand in for the Democrats and don't think for a moment hello see doesn't know this hello see the Democrats all know what they're putting on a good front a PR front whenever they are in the media but it just none of this none of this has played out the way they dreamed that it would be ending in two thousand sixteen we have trump let me reiterate here you know trying to trying to make the complex understandable trump is being impeached for what it isn't about the Ukraine phone call it's not about interfering in the election in twenty twenty of all of that they can't let go of what they thought twenty sixteen was gonna produce they are still locked in on that they're still focusing on it still hoping that the allegation that trumps twenty sixteen election was illegitimate and what is trump all trump Donny is ask questions one of the questions was of the president of Ukraine but trump is asking questions he's got investigations going trying to find out what happened to him who did this to him who did this to his voters who's in the process of trying to disenfranchise voters we asking questions he's being for trying to get answers United States government and by that I mean the administrative state has literally lied to the people of this country for three years and counting now about Russia collusion they've been trying to put Donald Trump in jail not just reverse the election results they have been trying to get Donald Trump in jail their problem is he has been completely exonerated of indicated by their own investigative body the mother reports so after this is this is basic human nature so trump is pursuing his lied about his liability slandered for three years then he is completely exonerated and indicated to what does he do he starts asking questions about what the hell happened he starts asking questions he wants answers about how in the hell this happened and he's talking to the president of Ukraine and he's asking him to come up with some of these answers and now the same people Donald Trump up the same people that wide about him and tried to put him in jail I'm now impeaching him for defending himself they are the ones who behaved illegally they're the ones who threaten the constitution they are the ones who had stood everything decent upside down trump is simply asking questions about them who they are what they did all he's doing is defending himself he's being impeached for defending himself in simple because in today's Democrat world you are not permitted to defend yourself you take the allegation and you deal with it what's going to mention Connell Amazon by trying to start here this is in order at number one Paul lo si was scorched today by the turtle and he got it sounds like it it in every utterance because the turtles the turtles but he blew her up in this thirty minute speech on the Senate floor here's the first example below his house just gave into a temptation that every other house in our history has managed to resist they impeach a president and they do not even allege has committed an actual crime known to our laws they've impeach simply because they disagree with the presidential act and question the motive behind the wheel powerful reasons Mister president what Congress after Congress for two hundred and thirty years two hundred thirty years required presidential impeachment to revolve around clear recognizable crimes even though that was not a strict limitations powerful reason why for two hundred thirty years no house no house opened a Pandora's box of subjective political impeachments that two hundred and thirty year tradition died last night he continued hello she suggested that house Democrats maybe two four eight through Friday even transmit their shoddy work product to the sun the spread of looks like the prosecutors are getting cold feet they said impatiently so urgent that it could not even wait for due process but now they're content to sit on their hands the next bite is this is this is one that resonated with me because I think in this bite I will be able to indicate I'll be able to illustrate for you a prediction I made yesterday but maybe not in our lifetimes but at some point down the road the Democrats realizing the one thing in our political system they don't control that stands in our way is elections and at some point fox it's gonna happen some Democrats somewhere someday is going to come along and suggest elections are old fashioned outmoded outdated and they'll have all kinds of reasons because people are educated people don't know what they're talking about the people are too stupid or all out we can't trust them to do the right it'll be something along those lines but it's going to be because Democrats keep losing and in this might I might be able to extract not evidence of that what an indication that that's how the Democrats are thinking here is McConnell suggesting that he's not going to let first hand testimony from unelected bureaucrats I he lieutenant colonel Inman all holes and you'll see and your Bonaventure what's his name is George comfortable talking guy and debilitating not gonna let testimony from unelected third hand determine who is and who isn't president president trump is not the first president.
"united states government" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Jeans clear the son of the late Supreme Court justices are nominated for secretary of labor and I have a feeling it's going to get ugly but he he he can withstand the pressure you know that justice Scalia and his wife for the gun and Maureen had nine kids that's what I call a practicing Catholic okay and I think all of the kids are relatively successful Jeanne being one of the most successful is a ready served in a previous administration in the in the labor department I believe his legal counsel I now we have this amazing lawsuit against the United States government for millions of dollars over a a motional distress so who you might ask is suing laws are meant to tell it to you know to set consequences for unacceptable behavior they're there to encourage people to respect all the rules of society and reasonable people don't break the law and expect to get a you know a price for doing it a group of immigrants is now demanding millions of dollars after sneaking across the border into the United States according to the Los Angeles Times some central American migrants who entered the country illegally are planning to sue the government for enforcing its immigration laws I mean I I said that yeah you heard you heard me right and for separating children from their families at the border in the process what are they seeking three million dollars per person or six million per family yeah yeah people who admit they brought children into the country illegally are now insisting that we make the millionaires for breaking the law they can use the federal tort claims act which allows people to sue the federal government for negligence and misconduct the attorneys representing about a dozen immigrants will argue that the government because to quote emotional distress end quote by detaining border crossers and separating minors from their parents one of the immigrants involved in the lawsuit was named by the times as protect Patricia a woman from Honduras who did not want to be further identified she brought her young son who was six years old at the time on a dangerous track through Mexico before illegally crossing the Rio Grande into Texas they were then taken into custody by border patrol agents and separated into different facilities while officials sorted out their case they've since been reunited and Patricia was able to stay in the United States with her son due to a family connection but the woman still insists that the United States pay her millions to have separated us was an injustice everybody has the right to want a better life AL if a policy doesn't work if lobbying doesn't mark if having the media on your side doesn't work then get the government to.
"united states government" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
"GonNa take your user submitted chart requests myrtle four x to look at my fork straits Houston life-threatening. Don't go anywhere. We'll be right back. Yeah <music> <music> yeah <music> <music> alert <music> <music> approach <music> <music> all right guys what's going on on good to be back and my waters all the way over there OK. Hopefully you guys doing good all right. So what do we want to go over now. In these seconds hour of the show we've talked about theory and we've talked about bitcoin. We've talked about reversals. We've talked about we've talked about shorts. We've talked about bitcoin dominance dropping and the investment quality of most all coin so let's go over and talk about the forex markets. How about that.
"united states government" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
"And theory looking a little bit more bullish for the reversal traders. I'M NOT GONNA lie but still from a from a from a P._T.. Methodology there's there's nothing doing here. The only anything that makes sense to me is the distance of which a theory is away from the baseline again. Here's a couple of factors here so the distance that prices away from the baseline I e reversion to the mean style trade second we we do have that moving average cross under often or that baseline cross under an often when that happens we do get a retreat back to re-test that level of previous support as you can see this <hes> this basically this this exact level of the crossover represented previous support right where we broke resistance right here price pull back down to support right in this range right here and then we came down right into that cradle between these secondary and the primary baseline and broke down just as we saw light coin U._S._D.. Just as we saw with all the major Altea U._S._D. and U._S. D._T.. Pairs where they were they were consolidating after their last bullish rise after their push up on the break from resistance consolidated pullback between that pocket of the secondary and the primary baseline and then broke bear <hes> dramatically so on high volatility ability so again it is not completely out of the question of that price does come back up to that zone which would be coming in right around two fifty five to sixty five to retest that level of resistance before commencing a more pronounced and serious bullet a bearish trend because that is often often what happens when we see this moving average or these baseline cross under these moving average cross unders and crossovers because they are indicative and reflective of long term trends so in Layman's terms in very simple terms what we are witnessing here is a line that indicates the short term trend and align that indicates cates the long term trend and we had these short term trend which is bearish crossing under the line that has long term trend indicating that the trend is now barish. That's about as simple as I can put it. Let's see here empty corner. What's going on my good man descending through the Lt fs here again? I think that the trade that one would have put on from right here. I think this is the time to take profit on any reversal trade. That would have put on weight. I think that a dip lower is going to be a necessity or not a necessity anything can happen. Every moment in the market is unique but is likely and then if you're looking for a if you're looking for an entry to take that reversal to the main trade. That's on the table. If you WANNA trade that way I I wouldn't be surprised to see even stops taken out before a more dramatic move especially after movement like that but again goodbye back on a theory I think a better buy back more impressive than Bitcoin one zero five. I would recommend you a her Herman Miller Aron instead of the Gamer Chair. You know I'm not GONNA lie. I don't really like this chair. It looks nice on the Stream and it's not too uncomfortable especially when I'm relaxing and doing research <hes> <hes> but I really don't like it you know and I've spent extra money on it as well for example. The arm pads came on upholster so I had to pay a pollster to upholster the arms to bolster the arms so I know it's a good gaming chair. It was a more expensive gaming chair but I don't really really honestly like and in fact I much preferred by old ratty trading chair that have been with me for like four years because I'm frugal. I like to invest and I like to invest the money that I make. I cover the cost of living but but there's a lot a lot of my life is is cutting needs is cutting once and living frugally and thinking and planning for the long term user G._T.. Three five four are he said I entered into your short at a horrible horrible entry of three sixty two. I'm underwater right now. Should I take the loss or is it crazy to wait for another dip to at least break. Even I'm going to give the correct answer to your question without looking at the chart because the chart doesn't matter you should probably take the l you should take the l because when you're asking that question it means that you are already out of your box okay so if if you are concerned about anyone trade then risk management is an issue. We need to look at how your position sizing. You're taking on too much risk. <hes> trading being successful at trading reading is a game of Statistics and winning slowly over the long term. The Tortoise wins the race all the time. The hair always gets liquidated so a lower position size is going to reduce your anxiety about the trade setup and you need to have a clear level where if our clear condition where if this happens we exit the trade at a loss. If this happens we trade out a win so me looking at the chart is only gonna give you my subjective analysis. I think that it's going to be more helpful for you in the long run. If we just determine what is wrong in the trading strategy on your system that has brought you to that point and again it happens to everybody. This isn't a call out. Don't feel bad but I'm just saying when as I literally says everybody because I get asked the question a lot and then what do you think about this trait. If you're asking me that question that means you should probably not be in that trade anymore and the toll on your anxiety the toll on your mental wellbeing too much the capital losses worth it to be out of that anxiety doesn't matter price pulls down in price doesn't now what's going on man nothing and better than memories of an old chair Lazy Boy Computer Chair Andrew Says Urp U._S._d.. Signal they take profit on the short yesterday. It's really hot in here again today. Not GonNA lie. It's really hot near really really Copenhagen. Thanks so much man Yep you're right now. We Know No. We know absolutely the price will move to the right. 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"united states government" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
"You. Were going to sell at a profit. This is not a high probability setup at the very least I would like to see price close above our secondary baseline and even then <hes> we would still not be getting a good daily signal. We would still be trading against the dominant trend. The dominant trend is not determined termined by the secondary baseline the dominant trend is being determined by the primary baseline and anything under the primary baseline movements to the upside that is represent corrections very similar to win prices above the daily baseline movements back to the baseline represent percent pullbacks okay. Could I explain the significance of U._S._D.. T- tron and will the Omni later U._S._D.. Still be ongoing in. Isn't there another form of U._S.. To be quite honest with you. I don't actually know that's not something that really know too much about something that I could look into and maybe we can take a look to get today together. Try to figure it out. Read at Google and twitter are great resources. I find for researching quickly anything that I really do not know so we have a reversal trade <hes> potentially here on the daily timeframe or on the lower timeframes referencing these secondary baseline taking that entry around the secondary baseline around that ninety eight hundred level and looking for that pullback or correction down to ninety five ninety four. Maybe Ninety six at the highest <hes> that's where my mind would be at this point and time longer still quite high. bitcoin dominance is dropping which does represent a movement and a breather up for the old coins so let's <unk> start breaking this down rich A._M.. Thanks for the southern welcomed the community <hes> so on the daily timeframe. There's not a strong I said we still have a rising explosion.
"united states government" Discussed on AP News
"Is the assessment of the United States government that the Islamic Republic of Iran is responsible for the attacks that occurred in the Gulf of Amman today, one of the tankers caught fire. Iran denies any involvement accusing the US of trying to increase tensions comments. President Trump made about foreign governments supplying dirt on opposing candidates draws sharp criticism. The president says he might not necessarily tell the FBI of a foreign power offered political dirt on an opponent. This stuffing with listening democratic reaction to his interview with ABC news, George Stephanopoulos was swift. That's an assault on ecologically. House speaker Nancy Pelosi saying the president doesn't know right from wrong. Even GOP allies like Lindsey Graham, who usually steer clear of criticizing him say the. President's answer as to whether he'd accept foreign help should have been. No, I think it's a mistake saga megani Washington. The US office special counsel, recommending presidential adviser, Kellyanne Conway be fired for repeated violations at the hatchback which limits political activity by federal workers, White House calls, the action unprecedented and deeply flawed shortly after federal marshals shot and killed Brendan Weber who they were trying to arrest last night in Memphis, a crowd began pelting police with rocks and bricks some thirty five officers were injured Memphis, police director, Michael Rawling officers did at the dawn of protective gear, and we know that a number of officers were injured. And at some point of we did deployed chemical agent of the chemical agent appeared to be affective and dispersion crowd, which was our only go a Mississippi prosecutor says, Weber was wanted for car theft, and a shooting in his county not far from Memphis. This is AP radio news. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders is leaving the Trump administration at the end of the month. She tells the crowd at the White House China to get emotional the casino that crime can make us look weak, sometimes right? This has been the honor of a lifetime, the opportunity of a lifetime. I couldn't be prouder to have the opportunity to serve my country, and particularly to work for this president Sanders, virtually did away with the former White House press briefing or last one was in March. One person is dead. Nine others have been taken to the hospital after a hazardous material spill in a rule area of Moore said County, California percent county sheriff deputy, Darryl, Allen says his deputies were responding to the scene and found the person who had died along with another person who is being treated for exposure to ambulance staff and six deputies were also being treated for possible exposure to what he says, appears to have been an agricultural space trae. I'm Tim Maguire be more news right after this. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey Jamie..
"united states government" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For the United States government. Yeah. That's right. How did that happen? All right. So it all started with this investigation into a Bank failure this local Bank in Chicago went belly up in nineteen Ninety-one and an FBI special agent named Tony Dangelo started looking at the bad loans, the Bank and made he was an expert in white collar crime, and organized crime. And he discovered that the biggest bad loan. This Bank had made had gone to one man. John Christopher Mr. Christopher had a couple of trucking companies some other businesses, and he had borrowed. I can't remember these act amount. But I believe the total deficit, the Bank was in the millions two point five million. That's what John Christopher would later saying court through these companies, he borrowed money and was not paying the loans back on time. And they had to ultimately be written off. Tony de ngelo looked up. John Christopher in the FBI's database and learned that he had a prison record and mob ties so Dangelo calls, John Christopher thinking, he can help the FBI boss, the higher ups at the Bank. So I told him I was I looked at your dealings with cosmopolitan Bank. I've got you dead to right on financial fraud with your loan application, and I found in my career. People are very curious. They wanna know what information you have about them, what evidence now also mentioned him. I know you just got to jail. You got a couple of kids may, we can help each other. They arrange to meet at a Pizza Hut. I mean, if you wanna know, among the guy take a picture, John Christopher built like a bull about five ten stocky wearing a member's only jacket toxin Dem's and does, and just just a funny guy. I laid out my case against him. Fella talion. You can just listen to me talk. They start meeting regularly.
"united states government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Advised United States government will not accept or allow transgender people from serving any capacity and the US military. Our military cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail. Although the president claimed to have made the decision after consulting with his generals and military experts. His tweets reportedly caught several high ranking officials off guard several lawsuits against the policy are still making their way through the courts. But for now, the transgender military ban is a reality. This is don't ask don't tell for transgender troops. That's Aaron Belkin the director of the palm center a research institute that studies LGBT military service after the repeal of don't ask don't tell in twenty eleven. The palm center conducted a study looking at how that change impacted military readiness. We used ten different research methodologies of provisions with units in the field interviews with generals and admirals who had predicted the sky would fall statistical analysis survey data try to figure out if repeal had caused any negative consequences, and we couldn't find any. Now, the transgender servicemembers are once again unable to openly enlist or transition while serving Belkin says that's likely to create a more hostile work environment for LGBT troops. But the bottom line for Belkin and other LGBT advocates is that this policy change underscores how the Trump administration views transgender people the regulations refer to the need to undergo gender transition as a quote, unquote deficiency and classified under this for you along with bed-wetting unbelievably in a group.
"united states government" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Prosecutors say forty nine year old Christopher hasn't planned to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country before being arrested last week on gun and drug charges. Investigators finding fifteen guns and more than one thousand rounds of ammunition. His Maryland home, the sheer number and force of the weapons that were recovered from Mr. Hassans residents in this case, coupled with the disturbing nature of his writings appear to reflect a very significant threat to the safety of our community, particularly given the position of. Trusts, the Mr. Heston hells with the United States government also discovered a hit list, including the names of prominent Democrats like speaker Nancy Pelosi several twenty twenty democratic presidential candidates and notable journalists from CNN and MSNBC. Investigators believe has was inspired by the manifesto written by Andres brek, a Norwegian who committed terror attacks in twenty eleven that looked seventy seven people dead. The government saying has an also stockpiled steroids and human growth hormone to increase his ability to conduct attacks following the directions. Enbrel manifesto Hassans attorney arguing it is not a crime to think negative thoughts about people or doomsday scenarios in Washington. I'm Kristen Holmes reporting sports, a person with knowledge of the matter says that the NBA recently Senate a proposal to the National Basketball players association about lowering the minimum age to enter the NBA draft from nineteen. To eighteen years old. The person says the proposal is part of ongoing talks between basketball's two leading.