35 Burst results for "Vice President"
Ukraine works to restore water, power after Russian strikes
"Ukrainian authorities are trying to restore electricity and water after recent bombardments from Russian forces. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky said in his nightly address that the main priority at the moment was bringing back power to all of Ukraine. The key task of today as well as other days of this week is energy. The president went on to say that half of those who lost power have now had it restored. Zelensky met the following day with Belgium prime minister Alexander de creux. Russia is turning on your population. Sterling on your infrastructure is putting your population in the cold and without water. And that is why it is important for us to stand here and to stand here today. I'm Karen Chammas
Bombed, not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode
"People across Ukraine are slipping into survival mode as Russia continues its barrage targeting one newly liberated city for particular punishment. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. It's a bomb study. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky calls it the revenge of those who lost. Russia continues to pound curse on the southern city recaptured by Ukrainian forces just two weeks ago, witnesses describe at least 5 killed Thursday, but many more wounded. If you reporters capturing images of survivors drenched in their own blood. Says his house was hit by two shells. His medics carried him to an ambulance with a horrific leg wound, but hospitals incur son have been without power and water. A situation in cities across the country, including the capital Kyiv, with people filling bottles wherever they can, including collecting rainwater from train tights. I'm Ben Thomas.
Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders
"President Biden vacationing in Nantucket for the Thanksgiving holiday, spoke out against a recent spate of mass shootings in the country and calls on Congress to do more to limit assault weapons. 6 people killed in a southeast Virginia Walmart 5 dead in Colorado Springs in just a week and President Biden says more must be done to prevent these killings from taking place. The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It's just sick. He tells reporters he'll take it to Congress, even though the sessions almost over and Democrats soon lose control of the House. Meanwhile, the president reached out to the owners of club Q in Colorado Springs, offering support and condolences, while a worker at the Virginia Walmart, whose life was spared, says she doesn't think the victims were randomly chosen. He was going hunting. He was looking, he was picking people out. Jesse will chesky on the job just 5 days, says the gunman who apparently killed himself aimed at her and then told her to run. I'm Jackie Quinn
Bombed not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode
"Residents of Ukraine's capital have switched into survival mode a day after Russian missile strikes plunge the city in much of the country into the dark, in scenes hard to believe in a city of 3 million people, some key of residents resorted to collecting rainwater from pipes, friends and families scramble to find out who had electricity in who had water, the cafes that had both became oases of comfort for many resident Alexi COFF pace of calmly recounted how he was in the subway at the moment of the strikes. I hadn't explosion and the electricity suddenly disappeared. When I got out of the subway, there was a column of smoke. When I got there, the police were already there, and they didn't let people in. Well, horror was happening here touring the city of dnipro WHO Europe chief Hans Kruger warned of the disaster that could unfold if blackouts throughout Ukraine continued for much longer. Right now, there is a blackout in the whole city and the whole oblast. How can a hospital function without electricity? How can maternity wards function without incubators, vaccine storage without fridges the winter promises to be a long one, but Ukrainians say that if Russian president Vladimir Putin's intention is to break them, then he should think again. I am Karen Chammas
Tupac: The Black Leader We Need
"Tupac, the last three albums he recorded, two of them have so much to do with him talking about his mortality. And there were a ton of examples. The video for the song Iron Man at gets to me because it depicts him getting shot and going to heaven. And that was recorded just weeks before his death. And you've heard me say that beyond his work in the studio or on a Hollywood set, I'm absolutely no doubt that he would be the single most important figure in black society today. I mean, he would be the one who put together a Black Lives Matter movement that made a difference, but his wouldn't have been corrupt and Marxist. Tupac would have absolutely been the black guy with the business sense and the street Cred, not to mention the charm and the generosity and the empathy to walk into the oval offices of every president from Clinton to Bush to Obama to Trump even Biden and get shit done.
EEA Member Spotlight with Wanchain’s Vice President of Engineering Dr. Weijia Zhang
"3 p.m. Tuesday, November 8th, 2022. EA members spotlight with wanchain, S vice president of engineering, doctor weijia Jiang. As an EA member, one chain is part of the EA community of organizations working to advance Ethereum and drive industry adoption. In the cafe below, the EA interviewed doctor Wei zhejiang, one chain's vice president of engineering about how the organization contributes to the Ethereum business ecosystem. Doctor weijia Jiang serves as the EA's regional. The post EA member spotlight, with wanchain's vice president of engineering, doctor weijia Jiang appeared first on enterprise Ethereum alliance.
Reviewing financial institutions crypto strategies and their consumer potential
"9 p.m. Monday, November 7th, 2022. Reviewing financial institutions, crypto strategies, and their consumer potential. Dave Devon, executive vice president, cipher trees, a Mastercard company, speaks to finished TV at sybo 2022 to recognize how financial institutions can identify their crypto exposure with on and off chain data the importance of a crypto network and how financial institutions can instill trust in the crypto ecosystem for their businesses and customers. The post reviewing financial institutions crypto strategies and their consumer potential appeared first on cipher trees.
Murkowski wins reelection in Alaska Senate race
"Lisa Murkowski has won reelection in Alaska's Senate race, I'm Lisa dwyer. Alaska Republican U.S. senator Lisa Murkowski has won reelection, defeating a fellow Republican who was endorsed by former president Donald Trump. Murkowski wound up with 54% of the vote in the ranked choice election. Murkowski was the only Senate Republican who voted to convict Trump at his impeachment trial last year, who was on the ballot this year. Trump was not convicted, but her vote was a sore point raised by Trump who had vowed to campaign against her, Murkowski was censored by the state Republican Party leaders last year for offenses that included hurt impeachment vote. During the campaign, she emphasized a willingness to work across party lines and focused on her record and seniority. I'm Lisa dwyer
What Does Former Senator Jim Talent Think of the 'Hugh Rule'?
"Jim talent. Do you know Mike Rogers, the former congressman from Michigan? Yes. He's considering a run for president and I know Mike and Mike's been a gift. I would not let him on the debate stage. I've got a new I call it the Michelle bachmann rule, which is if you don't have a path to the presidency, we're not putting you on the debate stage, no matter how well meaning you are or what you can contribute if you don't have a path, we're not doing it. What do you think of the hue role? I like it you, although what we could do and I would prefer this format anyway is to break them up into three or four candidates at a time and do a more informal sort of sit around the table, have a discussion with good moderators. And if you did that, you could loosen it a little bit. People who were legitimate, I mean, really sound people, but didn't have a didn't have a payout. But no, I think we have to begin exercising discipline in debate formats. I mean, the point is to inform the people not to give everybody who wants one, you know, a few moments to talk about what they believe.
El Salvador Proposes Digital Securities Bill
"We're going to talk about El Salvador. Now, amidst everything that's been going on in the last two weeks. I found myself thinking probably about every other day, what's going on in El Salvador. And so I'm happy that today we get to talk about it. So El Salvador's national assembly is considering a draft bill to regulate digital securities, which is an indication that the country will move forward with its plans to issue Bitcoin backed bonds. You'll remember in March, the country put a pause on these Bitcoin back bonds to Bill was presented by the minister of economy, Maria Louisa hayam, breve, and seeks to establish a national digital assets commission to oversee the regulation of digital asset issuers and service providers Wendy, I'm going to kick this one off to you first. What do you think about El Salvador moving ahead with these bonds? I think that it is absolutely amazing. And I don't want to get into the way that he governs his country. But I really do want to focus on how El Salvador is using Bitcoin as a tool to essentially gain their power back. This is why Bitcoin was created. It was created for the people by the people. And yes, even though president buki is this, I guess that he calls himself the CEO of El Salvador or whatever it is is a joke. I think it is important to note that we're seeing a country that got a lot of slack globally, essentially take their power back and tell people until a lot of these organizations, these big global organizations, we don't need you. We don't need your help. We don't want your help. We are fine on our own. And essentially, they're taking their power back and they're creating their own monetary policy and they're creating their own laws and regulations for all of this stuff. So I think it's absolutely amazing. And it just goes to show that we're starting to see a shift in the way a lot of different countries portray themselves and how they're using Bitcoin to essentially help their people in a positive aspect. So again, 100% here for it. I root for the underdogs as always.
Mike Zhao of the Asian American Coalition for Education Joins Dinesh
"Guys, I'm really delighted to welcome to the podcast Mike chow he is the president of Asian American coalition for education, and this is the group that's really exposed the Ivy League's racial discrimination against Asian Americans on the national stage. Mike grew up in communist China. He survived the cultural revolution, and he was a legal immigrant to the United States. He came in 1992, the website is Asian American for education dot org, Asian American for education dot org. And the book critical race theory and work culture, critical race theory and work culture. Mike, welcome to the podcast, I'm delighted to have you, you know, we're familiar with this woke ideology in the United States. And of course, a Supreme Court is taking up this issue of affirmative action. I'm actually happy to see, but I think what you bring to this debate is a not only an intellectual knowledge, but a personal experience of China, of the Chinese cultural revolution, and of an attempt to install a kind of socialist ideology throughout a whole society. Talk a little bit about your background and your experience of the Chinese cultural revolution. And then we can look to see if there are some similarities or traces of it that we can find in a different form here in the United States. Thank you for having me. I grew up in communist China, doing cultural revolution. My father suffered a political persecution. He lost freedom of the 6 years and he was a torture and he extended the whole family because my grandparents simply they were used to as I used to be land laws. There were deprived of the right to continue living in the city were forced to relocate to poor mankind villages, where there was no head walker, no factories, no nearby crane. My grandma suffered a heart attack months later and died years later because this kind of political persecution and extreme poverty and my mom also passed away. So I do it extreme poverty, political persecution in China. In 1992, I escaped to America and as I work all the way become directed global planning at the sameness energy, achieve the mind country.
Supreme Court Greenlights the Release of Trump Tax Records
"Going on here. I mean, you look at what's happening here with the Supreme Court, just this week now saying that they're not going to block a House committee from getting their hands on those tax returns, which is apparently kind of a final defeat, right? Because the president and former president have been trying over and over and over again to prevent this from happening, his argument has been all along that this is a political witch hunt. They're trying to use this for political purposes and they're not going to stop. I mean, it's amazing how much he has angered the other side. I think it's political enemies are hoping that they can somehow prove this conflict of interest between what he had going on within his business and what he was doing as president of the United States. And if they can prove that, they can sort of point the lines to a money trail that may somehow indict him in some way. I mean, we're standing the fact that so many of these presidents have really kind of maximized the whole money trial thing. After the fact, of course, I guess in their defense, it was after the fact, right? So whether it be Bill Clinton getting all kinds of deals and setting up the whole Clinton global initiative after the fact it was after the fact, I would still argue that it's pretty murky. It's pretty suspicious. Some of the relationships and the money that has changed hands within that whole CGI environment, but they're trying to suggest that the president was using his office for financial gain. If they could prove that, then that would be a pretty big win for the Democrats. And should theoretically completely exclude him from being able to run again in 2024, which is the plan right now because you heard him the other night, he announced his candidacy. I would say, and if you look at some of the polls right now, he's way ahead. I've told people this before I do think that if he is successful with being able to go through with this run, I mean, if the Democrats don't take him down on these fraud charges, then you're probably looking at the Republican Party, nominee, being Donald Trump, because the base loves him, and it would be very hard for, say, Ron DeSantis or any of the others to kind of come out of the woodwork and take the mantle, so to speak from Donald
J.P. Mac Isaac Tells Us What He Found on Hunter Biden's Laptop
"Us now is John Paul mcisaac, John, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on the show. So John, tell us the story for those people that haven't heard. How did you come across Hunter Biden's laptop? Well, on April 12th, 2019, hunter Biden came into my shop with three liquid damage laptops. I was able to check in one, two, I left with him. That one laptop when I checked it in and performed a data recovery. That's when he came in for it. He didn't come in for a repair. He came in for a data recovery. So I was kind of forced to recover the data manually recovered, verify it. That's what I realized that there was a lot of homemade porn and drug use. But I also saw some other documents that were kind of a concern. It showed a lot of exchange. And the exchange of a lot of money and then ultimately I would discover that that was a lot of money in exchange for access to the office of the vice president. Now, there are some speculation that on the laptop there was illegal forms of pornography. Can you speak to that? You know, I've never felt really comfortable about talking about the actual contents of the laptop with anybody other than people of authority and the authorities. I can say that the 80,000 images of CP that were reported to be on the laptop, that's false. There is some, there's some disturbing images that are revolving family members, and I'll just leave it at that. Okay,
Accountant testifies Trump claimed decade of huge tax losses
"An accountant has testified that Donald Trump claimed a decade of huge tax losses on Norman hall. His longtime account of testify that Donald Trump reported losses on his tax returns every year for a decade, including nearly 700 million in 2009 and 200 million in 2010, Donald bender a partner at the firm that handled Trump's personal tax returns at Trump's reported losses from 2009 to 2018 included net operating losses from some of the many businesses the aunts through the trough organization. The company is charged with helping some topic executives of what income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries, if convicted, the company could be fined more than $1 million, the former president has not charged in the case. I Norman hall
SCOTUS Says Your Tax Returns Can Be Reviewed by Congress
"Surely it's more important to know for Congress to know given its oversight responsibilities surely it's more important for Congress to know how the tax code is being used This was their argument by sitting president then an ex-president By a sitting president then an ex-president It's more relevant To separation of powers Donald Trump isn't even in that equation anymore as an ex-president And you should be concerned that now if private citizens can have their tax returns turned over to Congress nobody's safe Nobody including you Including you That's what the Supreme Court did today Because the the pretext that the Democrats and Congress have been using is we want to make sure our tax code is being used properly It's not being abused In case we need to make any legislative fixes you see Now that is preposterous So they played this whole game In Washington D.C. the courts the Democrats in Congress the Supreme Court and part of this is because they've tried to make Trump so persona non grata generally That anything goes now Anything Anything Can write his home You can accuse him of this It doesn't matter
Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to House
"Supreme Court today without opinion without opining Under John Roberts has ordered that president Trump's last 6 years of his tax returns are to be presented to the House of Representatives Now this is really an extraordinary ruling To what ends well the House of Representatives under the Democrats still use president Trump's tax returns For political ends they will leak them Then we'll try and trigger further criminal investigations They will bring on phony experts on TV to say this is a violation That's this That's that And it's never ending In the Supreme Court ordered this There's a silver lining not for president Trump but for the Republicans on Capitol Hill And I'm telling you I'm going to hold their feet to the fire This is no joke here We're not patsies here The only thing we are special pleaders for is liberty and the truth You're going to investigate the Biden family The House judiciary committee The House oversight committee Then you just need to see the tax returns of every Biden family matter a member who is in the Biden crime family Hunter Biden's tax returns James Biden's tax returns The rest of the extended family and Joe Biden's tax returns
OnPolitics: COVID-19 era student loan pause remains
"The pause on student loan repayment has been extended. I'm Lisa dwyer. President Joe Biden has announced that his administration will extend a pause on federal student loan payments while The White House fights a legal battle to save his plan to cancel portions of the debt. The secretary of education is extending the pause on student loan payments. While we seek relief from the courts, but no later than June 30 2023. Which would give the Supreme Court an opportunity to hear the case in its current term. Last week, the Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court to consider the issue and reinstate Biden's debt cancellation plan. It isn't fair to ask tens of
Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation
"Well, we were talking about Kissinger just a moment ago and really what I want to drive home is this whole idea that at bottom the World Economic Forum. Whatever their videos they put out and the sound very good and they're various feel good, a conferences and these kinds of things. The World Economic Forum at bottom, they're unspoken or let's just say it's not unspoken, but quietly spoken, agenda is depopulation. And this began with the predicament of mankind in 1970 and the fact that Kissinger and 74 is pushing in a classified document, a classified report to the president of the United States, depopulation. And he says, look, we need a global version of Planned Parenthood. And now in this document, he's speaking quite openly because he's not anticipating this is or ever going to be read by people like you and me. But you have this agenda being pushed in a very big way. Now, the Kissinger connection is important because Kissinger was a professor at Harvard's Kennedy school of government. And guess who one of his star pupils was? I was going to guess either Satan or Adolf Hitler and I realized neither of those really would make sense.
"vice president" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"With regard to immigration another terribly terribly thorny issue. You know to go down to the border and to try to help. Sort all of that out to try to stem the flow of people who wanna come into the united states in greater numbers than we have. The capacity to absorb is a very very tough thing and and while i will say that she can have a great impact on voting rights. I think immigration is going to be a pretty tougher challenge and to the extent that she volunteered to do that one. I'm sure president biden was more than happy to give it to her. This is a beneficent cynical question so he apologize in advance but do you think that biden or even harris for that matter believed that she can actually come up with a solution here or is harris taking point on immigration more of a strategy to give biden some cover on this very difficult issue. I certainly think more of the latter. I would imagine that joe biden probably said to himself and then perhaps to her. I will give you plenty of issues on which to which will benefit you politically. But i really need your help on this one. I am trying to do so many things in terms of restoring america's relations overseas to rebuilding our economy dealing with kovic nineteen. That i really need you madam vice-president to take the lead on immigration to work to try to figure something out on my behalf so i think on this one. She's taking one for the team and then to talk about a couple more. Recent stories about harris and her office specifically when biden chose harris as his running mate. Many commentators said he had followed the number one rule when it comes to selecting a vice president which is of course. I do no harm. But in the past couple of weeks harrison. Her office have brought some negative attention to the white house. I there was a story in axios about suggesting that there were tensions between the west wing and those running harasses office and then politico also published a story that was describing a toxic work environment in harris his office. One staffer even described it as abusive. Comal harasses advisors have pushed back against these stories. They've dismissed them as rumors and insisted that they have a smooth running operation. So in your experience cannot sort of negative press attention on the vice president affect the relationship between the vice president and the president can affect relations between the president and vice-president but it doesn't have to the operation on dir- under vice president gore in the office of the vice-president had its own challenges frankly it was not the smoothest operation that i've ever seen so that in and of itself did not affect relations between a president clinton and vice president gore where it can become a problem if there is competition and tension between the staff of the president and the staff of the vice president and that can sometimes Get to the point where it rises to the level of the two principals the president and the vice president. I am sure.
"vice president" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"When it comes to constitutional duties. They're pretty few and far between the constitution. Says that vice president shall will be president of the senate but she'll have no vote except in the event of a tie which has happened a few times this year because of the evenly divided senate and then after that. It's really only mentioned a handful of times but one of the main roles of the vice president arguably the most important role is that they will become president in the event of to quote the constitution death resignation or inability to discharge the powers and duties of this office now. Obviously nobody's present ever actually plans for that horrible vent to happen. But do you think in some way. All vice presidents prepare for the possibility of stepping in as commander-in-chief. Do you think that al gore had to mentally prepare for that possibility. When he took on his job. I do believe that they all have to prepare for it. And i do believe that al gore in particular had it on his mind. You know one of the ways that they prepare is by having a president who brings them into the key. Things that the president is doing you know. Franklin roosevelt famously used to make decisions of largely by himself. And harry truman when he came in and served briefly as vice president before fdr a died. This is in early. Nineteen forty five harry. Truman had only met with fdr twice while he was serving as vice president and he did not even know about the manhattan project to build the atomic bomb that eventually ended world war two. When the united states dropped the bomb. A twice over. Japan bill clinton was much different with al gore. He brought them into everything and so he helped al gore prepare himself for at least the possibility that he might have to step in in case something happened to bill clinton because the constitution does not provide many details on what the vice presidency means an a on a day-to-day basis. It's it's allowed vice presidents to sort of craft their role in the in whatever way they want to so for kamala harris if for example she has been tasked with tackling to really difficult and expensive problems. The first is a stemming the tide of migration to the us mexican border and the second is strengthening voting rights. So first of all. How do you think she has done with those two task. So far. And what advice might you offer her as she continues to tackle those really really difficult issues. Well as you mentioned she has been test so it's not as if she's able to completely pull them out of thin air and then just go do them. It is with the permission of the president of the united states. Now having said that those are both terribly terribly thorny issue so let's take them one at a time voting rights. We're not telling people how to vote and frankly this is not a democratic or republican issue. This is an american issue. Well we have a system here. In which most of the authority for how elections are run actually resides at the state and local level the federal government and obviously the supreme court plays an important role can set general parameters but it you know. Voting rights tend to be a state by state battle so that makes it pretty difficult for kamala harris to have a noticeable impact. The united states will continue to enforce our laws and secure our.
"vice president" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"Land and in terms of the personal relationship between president clinton and vice president gore. Did it seem like they got along. It seemed like they were friends or simply colleagues in an extremely important office and on that note. Do you think it's important for a president and a vice president to get along in order to work well together good afternoon. President clinton made a decision in choosing a running mate that he was going to send a very strong message to the country than a new generation was running for office. I said i wanted a vice president. Who would complement me and my own experiences. Bill clinton is a baby boomer. Al gore is a baby boomer. They are approximately the same age within a year or two of one another at the time of very young men a father who liked me loves his children and shares my hunger to turn this economy around to change our country and they also came from the same wing of the democratic party so they knew a one another very well and yes. They did like one another going. There were a lot of sort of side comments winks and Smirks and things like that. And you can't think that. Do presidents and vice presidents have to like one another well. I could conceive of a situation in which a relationship could be fully functional and the two principals involved. Don't like one another. But i will tell you that these are very high pressure jobs and i think they were successful in part at least for the fact that they saw the world the same way and they did in fact like spending time with one another and pivoting to our current president. Obviously biden and barack obama had a pretty famously chummy relationship. It's also gives the internet one last chance to talk about our bromance. Do you think that biden is in some ways trying to recreate that relationship with kamala harris. And if so do you think that that will help. The current administration be more successful. Will you know the biden harris relationship. did not begin when biden show is harris Kamala harris served as the attorney general. I believe in california. And at the time of one of joe biden's sons uh served as attorney general of delaware so they spend a lot of time working on issues that affected all the states across the country and they were famously chummy and very effective with one..
"vice president" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"Weekly extra. I'm joanie grieve in for jonathan freedland. One of the biggest decisions that then presidential candidate joe biden needed to make during the campaign last year was who he would pick to be his second in command. His vice president knows how to govern. She knows how to make the hard calls. Last summer. biden. Announced that kamla harris the california senator would be his running mate that i will support it still in her. Fifties harris represents a younger generation of leaders and picking the first black and south asian american woman to ever take such a role biding was hoping in part to appeal to a wider swath of the electorate but since taking the oath of office in january harris's rarely been in the spotlight. Save for drawing the ire of some democrats and all republicans who are not particularly happy with her response to two of the issues. She has been tasked with voting rights and the migrant crisis on the southern border. Be clear to folks in this region for thinking about making that dangerous trek.
"vice president" Discussed on Energy News Beat Podcast
"Tracy was he is the vice president of operation at eight. The american association of blacks in energy. And i'll tell you what. If he was a guard dog he would be a pedigree. There is some cool things. That tracy has done over the years. He's gotten his Degree from electrical engineering at drexel university. He has been a facility. Supervisor at peco exelon company. And i hope. I said that right tracy so you later. You've been a manager at new business solutions. A general manager at operations at first energy general manager in constructions at con ed. And now you're the vp at operations at a and. I'll tell you what. Tracy welcome to the podcast and issues have really enjoyed getting to know you over this past bits of thank you very much for stopping by. Hey i appreciate the invitation to hang out with you. Still and Yeah this this is gonna be fun. How many jobs in my energy career used to be a running joke at one company. I assure you can't keep a job but that was just not. This is he. Can't keep johnny nothing differently And at this point looking back in the career a lot of things that i learned a lot of people So it was exciting. I mean i've learned a lot about this business. In one thing about energy i i got into quite by accident but It's been a drew arrive for more than three decades. So tell us about that accident because you trip and fall into energy online. Yeah well what. I wasn't line. I got into the business I i was at church in a sunday school teacher former sunday. Schoolteacher came up. I was hanging out with a couple of buddies of mine. And he said you guys. Are you interested in the job at the electric company. And at that point i was selling them paints. I can't even tell you you. You know below minimum wage..
"vice president" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast
"I hope your week is a treat me well and hey summer is off to a great start case summer. I'm sitting here today. In midland texas with brad remedy brad as the vice president of operations in the permian arch rock brad. Thanks so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me. Great setup appreciate the time thank you. I'm looking forward to hearing your story. And all the great things that are trump is doing here in the permian. But i i wanna ask everyone to help our show out by taking a few minutes and to leave a nice review i tunes. We love those five star reviews. We also love emails like this one from kathy. Kathy said this podcast helped me a great deal. I recently started my own gas journey. After being let go from the service industry through cova hearing how it'd in their inspiring stories of what worked for them. It gave me tips on what to work on and how to succeed in this business. Thank you and keep up the great work. We'll thank you kathy for those kind words. I love hearing. This is all about. We learn from each other so thank you so much. All right bramley is with us today. Brad tell me how you got started in the oil and gas industry. It's definitely been a journey..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"How is it they get to pick and choose which laws they want to obey enforce which ones they don't well sure and that's a great question i mean you look at the leadership in texas and you look at some of the disturbing trends right eight hundred percent increase in sentinel seizures. Right and the governor down there is taking you know. Full speed ahead. You know making sure. The people of texas protected what you look at some of the things that are with the ranches and the dead bodies and the you know the children that they're finding and now that haridas go new generation cartel just absorb the cartel. Del golfo at the border. So we're gonna start seeing more and more violence more and more. You know interactions but showing let me go back to a really important point. We talk about the corruption in central america. I mean most people don't realize that the former congressman tony anandas. The brother of the honduran president is serving life in prison. He was convicted in new york on drug charges. But here's the thing. He was distributing one hundred and eighty five tons of cocaine. One hundred eighty five tonnes his brother. The president was on the allegations that choppers mon and other members of the cartel were paying into his political. You know you know his presidential. You know hope you know to win the election in in honduras. The point is is that this the corruption is well known just talked to d. h. s. and b. o. j. entities going down. There is a waste of time and it was quite embarrassed and as as a citizen to see the signs about harris. Go home like we don't want you here right. They know what's going. On trump won their signed. It takes time trump one right look at the encounters from april of twenty two april of twenty one a nine hundred and forty four percent increase. Look at the drug seizures right. You look at this year alone in the first seven months sixty four hundred ninety four pounds offense and all that's three hundred and seven percent increase over the first seven months From last year you look at the entire last year. The numbers will only forty seven seventy six pounds so the seizures a drugs and napa one hundred and five thousand pounds and bats. Fishes something sean. It's hard to even comprehend the lack of action from our government leaders right. How do you explain this. And then the cities that it just getting destroyed i. I don't even know how to explain it. You know when people ask like what's going on with the government. I thought there was supposed to be law. And order. Because without lauren. On a showing. You don't have anything i mean. It doesn't matter how much money people have and the wealth and the fancy cars and boats because the crime is so bad now. The police are leaving as you know. Very well sean. Because you're totally engaged with the police. they're leaving at record levels at.
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"This is blowing up in our country and the politicians refuse to talk about it because they're idiot policies that they implemented just because of the politics. I also like to have the fact how. Aoc now has been very critical. Okay vice president. Harrison's statements down there you know about coming in like it's time to calm the i you know do not come. I mean i'm sorry. She says do not come now. She's changing their so confusing. Let me go to you kyran skinner. I mean it's obvious to anybody has been down there over the years. I've i've been down at the border. Fourteen times everywhere from the rio grande all the way through san diego. I've been on helicopters. I've been boats been on horseback. All-terrain vehicles i've been on foot. I've been there when gang members arrested i've been to drug warehouses i've seen tunnels i've seen it all and it was bad then but it's never been this bad three months consecutively now The highest numbers. We've seen in in twenty to thirty years in terms of illegal immigrants getting into this country and nobody is being turned back and spider. What kamla harris setting guatemala yesterday. Yes sean all those trips you made came about because you were open to new ideas. You were open to evidence into research and to the historical archaeology of talking to people in real time. I think it really doesn't matter if vice president harris goes to the border because she's already made her mind and her team. They've made up their minds as well about what they plan to do. She's put She's blaming all of what's happening at the border not on the rhetoric of the biden administration or their decision to reverse key parts of the Immigration policy of president trump's such as completing the border wall They've decided that what's going on is due to climate change to Food insecurity to the lack of Adaptability within the country's the lack of climate resilience All of these factors. She's putting in place New initiatives such as having empowerment programs for young women so that they can Find employment and have better self esteem in central america. There's a task force that's being stood up on combating human trafficking and drug smuggling and corruption. We already know about these things. What at this point would a trip to the border do for comma harris. She has her plan. I mean the idea. That answer was just so equal. I am ben europe either. What does that have to do with anything. With telling the truth. She was good point and derek. The reality is is. We've had our cameras down there for months now and we've been on the border we ben where the drug smugglers and human traffickers are Been we got our cameras. They wouldn't allow them in to the facilities the cages that they were building for these kids. That were so overcrowded in the middle of a pandemic. We're hearing now. From the governor's that you know discovered that there are all these people dumped on their doorstep. And now it's their responsibility financially and otherwise to to to take care of people because joe biden kamala harris refused to enforce the laws of the land..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Rip joe biden right to vice president kamala harris face a lester holt. Gotta give them a little prop here. He actually told you know called out. Kamala harris haven't visited the border. Listen americans don't see a lot of daily basis what they do see it at their own border. Children being lowered over fences children coming in with phone. Numbers stenciled on on their hand and so the question has come up at. You heard it here and you'll hear it again. I'm sure it's why not visit the border. Why not see what. Americans are seeing in this crisis. Well we aren't long. We have to deal with what's happening at the border. There's no question about that. that's not a debatable point. But we have to understand that. There's a reason people who are arriving at our border and ask. What is that reason and then identify the problem so we can fix it quickly. Put a button okay. You have any plans to visit the board. At some point. We are going to the border. We've been to the border. So this whole this whole this whole thing about the border. We've been to the border. We've been to the board and i haven't been to europe and i don't. I don't understand the that you're making. I'm not discounting the importance of the ford. Meaning you had. You're not even going down and talking to the people on the ground. That would be the point of that. You know we and just ignore. They won't even call a crisis a crisis anyway. Dirk malta's with us former agent in charge of the da special operations division as a wealth of knowledge on the border chirons skinner fox news contributor former director of policy planning at the department of state during the trump administration Derek i mean to get lectured by the guatemalan president to never go to the border to keep building cages that are overcrowded with kids in the middle of a pandemic To in the dark of night transport illegal immigrants all over the country and burden states with the cost of taking care of people and not enforcing our nation's laws. And how much more clear can this get for people sean. Thank you very much for having me. Well first of all look the tv stats for the debts. In america from these poisonous fence and pills that are coming in from mexico and just look at the leadership from c. bp and homeland security before with president trump. They warned that this would happen. So there's no need for her to go to guatemala and deal with these corrupt politicians. At this point she has to go and speak to the experts on the ground at the border. And that's the point that's being lost. I'm happy she came out of the washington. Bunker sean but the experts that have been watching this thing involved and also watching the solutions that have worked on the trump administration we have record amounts of bending all record amounts of methamphetamine of people. We have the biggest crisis we've ever seen not only at the border but throughout our cities. Just look at the crime. That's escalating in all the cities around america. You know and then harris for her to laugh and make a joke about going to europe. I mean we're talking about something we've never seen in the history of the country sean. I talked to the families every day. That is sending their kids to pictures of their kids. They're finding dead in their bedrooms. One kid had a snapchat They had a rally a snapchat headquarters. This past week. The one parent was about how the fourteen year old audit a a counterfeit pill on snapchat. That deal delivered it to the house and they found the kit- dead in the bedroom..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"We can use vaccines. We can use hydroxy clark. And i've ever met him All the other things that have actually demonstrated some efficacy in area. And it just goes to show you how malignant our media is You know not only. Did they scratch fat but you know they defend it school closings. We're seeing that really wasn't necessary. Children being forced to wear masks in some places they still have to think about what that does to the socialization project process of a young child. Who doesn't get to associate facial expression with verb it. That's going to have a long time Deleterious impact You know they're supporting the teacher. Unions i you know the tea just that i knew grow up. Well wonderful people you know. They want it to pitch at with their mission in life and they've supported the city lockdowns. We were seeing that the only thing that really contributed to destroy it. And you know it just goes on and on The media is extraordinarily my lateness. And the other thing that that they're not doing. And i hope i do some voices starting now to say that natural. Immunity is just as good as the immunity derive from vaccines. You know has been getting beat up over this as rand. Paul is i. Think the first senator to contract covid nineteen and and that's his argument. He said well. I'm not. I feel as a doctor medical doctor with t cell immunity even if the immunity levels in your body go down which they naturally would with any virus this still memory inside the t. cells one's body if they had contracted cova correct absolutely and there's no reason that it would be any different than any other infectious disease process. Immune system with upgrading the same way. And there's been a couple of recent bic studies that have come up. That have shown exactly that to be the case. Nevertheless certain people want control everything. So they're saying if you've had it and you've got that trim unity you still need to be back and we're talking about an experimental because the eu it just not actually fda approved at this stage. We don't know what the long term impact we do know that. Sometimes you can have some disturbances if you immunize somebody who's already and so and we. We definitely don't know what the long term impact is with children and we have children who have extremely low morbidity and mortality associated with covid nineteen and yet we're saying you have to take vaccination now. I don't have any problem with people who wanna take but those who don't want to take it. We shouldn't be in a position of trying to force them to do that. That was never the purpose of government and our founding fathers envisioned it and you know that has everything to do with freedom in this country and liberty you make information available to people and then you let them decide how they want to you live that and this is a precursor to tell the terrorism..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"The question is we had two big prestigious medical journals that had posted articles that they later rescinded saying that hydroxy clark win for example at the time a sixty five year old drug was dangerous for people to take it. Turns out the foremost expert on hydroxychloroquine is a guy out and cedars sinai in los angeles. Dr daniel wallace and he wrote the risk is nil. He has the largest rheumatoid. Arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and lupus practices in. The country has been dispensing hydroxy. Clark when almost forty five years sixty five year old drug he said the risk is nil and it became at that point. You couldn't even discuss that or discuss ivermectin or discuss later. Regeneron without being excoriated and we had nothing else doctor. So that's what that's the problem. That's the problem you can you know for instance We have Experts say that Even though they knew from those emails that there was a high chance of maybe this did originate in the laboratories coming out and saying that is very very unlikely and then having facebook and other social media castigate anybody who said anything to the contrary and it leads people completely often in the wrong direction you know as far as hydroxy clark one is concerned you know they have to go through a lot to see that countries in western africa that require the use of drugs a clerk and other anti-malarials when you're coming into the country had a markedly increase incident of nineteen. The data is already there and they squelched it. You have to ask yourself the question. What was behind squelching that well in order to get a ua. Emergency use authorization For the vaccines. You have to be able to say that. There's no other reasonable alternative. So there there was a reason to do that because they really wanted to push the vaccine. And i'm not saying that the vaccine is necessarily bad but you know we should be an a level of maturity where we can use all the things that we have..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Right final moments. Gregg jarrett is with us. Think how deep this is so you have for three years. The country's lied to by the media. They're told trump. Russia collusion collusion collusion turns out the only collusion was hillary. Clinton paying for dirty russian disinformation dossier that the fbi knew very early was not true it was never Verifiable in january twenty seventeen the sub source said. none of. it's true. This was bartok. I for stephen admitted none of it is confirmed and yet they went forward. Used the dirty russian dossier. They committed premeditated fraud on a court. They spied on a presidential candidate transition team in the president. Nobody's been held accountable for any of that. Now i'm sorry greg jarrett. If if you're not held accountable for that how do we say that. We have a a justice system that's functioning at in a way that that dispenses fair justice. Because i don't believe it exists anymore. I don't believe it either as dysfunctional in you just nicely described myriad of crimes associated with crimes that approve it and then a complicit media that went forward with conspiracy theories on the lies with a meteor just too lazy dimwit. Says i call them in my latest podcast but it's really unconscionable that the department of justice is not taken aggressive action. The people behind the russia hoax that held hostage a presidency For nearly its entire for years That donald trump is in office. And you know it's not. Just hillary clinton pain for a phony dossier but it's christopher steele. Who sought to influence an american election through lives that he put him paper. And then pedal to the media and pedaled to american government officials including james comey andrew. Mackay peter struck and so forth and all of them joined ian this conspiracy. They knew that the dossier was ally They found the source and the source laughed. And said i. it's all collection of lies and deceptions and exaggerations. And yet that didn't deter comey's fbi from wine to the fives according to obtain surveillance warrants and and perpetuating. If you ride this we'd be in jail right now for life. We we absolutely.
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"He was asking questions do you do you think are monday. Could have been used for gain of function research. And was he was told that day that the genome specifically isolated showed that there was some type of human interference or gain of function research applied to covid nineteen. That's the earliest point during this crisis. And then he went out there and allowed this whole you know debunked theory conspiracy theory. Anybody that dared raised questions senator. Cotton donald trump's people like myself. Just you know we knew the this lab studied corona viruses and we knew that they were involved in gain of function research. Yes and left behind. Were genetic fingerprints that were pointed out to fao g again. The e mails That you know the the they saw these very respected corologis more than one That they found this infamous genetic sequencing the double see g. g and you don't find that in nature it's not natural evolution human transmission Animal to human transmission. No that's that is cooked up in a lab and we know that foul. She has long been an advocate of gain of function research which is inherently dangerous and risky and hazardous because it can create pandemics. And he didn't care about that he's been advocating for the last fifteen years. And so what do you do well. It looks like he covered it all up. perhaps to avoid implicating himself his own complicity Three point five million deaths worldwide and in steady pedaled What appears to be a false alternative You know that it happened in bat soup for a wet market in the wild guess. What after sixteen months. There's no evidence that the virus emerge. Naturally where's the infected bat population. It hasn't been found. No immediate host has been located. Thousands of sean failed to come up with a scintilla of evidence that a virus in nature jump from animals to humans. And you know. I think it's likely there's no cleavage side. Because it never existed to begin with and found. She knew that what he knew. Also was that this very Laboratory in wuhan that he had been funding Was doing the kind of hazardous dangerous research experiments. That could have precipitated. The pandemic we have talked at length on this program. You and i about okay. Why are some laws. Apply to some people but not other people. I mean roger. Stone i think is a perfect case in point. Roger stone was charged with lying to congress in his case. He had a predawn raid. You know thirty guys. Tactical gear frogman tipped off. Cnn cameras and they wanted to put him in jail for what ten years. Seven eight nine ten years. Whatever it was and here. You have michael horowitz and referrals for top. fbi upper echelon people that those referrals go nowhere. If you have somebody like dr fauci. Nobody's ever gonna go after dr fauci. We have joe biden picking and choosing that. Well he doesn't want to enforce the laws at our borders and keep them secure as the law requires and not only is he allowing the lawbreaking but he's aiding and abetting those the break the law by providing housing and then later transportation to other states forcing states to then care for people at a very high cost to them because he's insisting to allow illegal immigration but they always seem to get away with it on the left..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Pdf now barrick refers to dr ralph barrick at american ferrall gist. Who worked with the wuhan lab. And when she was asked about dr baruch. That's the answer we just played for you. We also learned from science journalists. Nicholas wade that. The echo health alliance had a grant from his age to gain of function research on corona viruses at the wuhan institute of technology. Does that mean that flip-flop fao. She'd lied and if he did before. Congress is that a crime anyway joining us now. Gregg jarrett fox news analyst and host of his own. Podcast the brief sir. Welcome back to the program. My pleasure is always i you know. I do think that found. He lied and he could be criminally charged for his deliberate deceptions in life. We'd be all know. This will never happen because unless you're a conservative you don't get held accountable. But it doesn't. It doesn't dismiss the fact that he did lie. Absolutely he insisted in his testimony. Repeatedly sean that none of the money he sent to the wuhan lab was used for dangerous gain of function research but these newly under its emails show that he was warned that that had happened. The covid nineteen virus look potentially engineered in the laboratory that scientists who created a lethal superbug more virulent in contagious in the emails further show that he became very worried that in fact he had been complicit in creating this deadly pandemic And so obviously he wasn't truthful and forthcoming to congress when he testified. Only that after his testimony sean he actually himself And his testimony by conceding that the money he sent could have been used for gain of function research. So you know it seems to me. There should be absolutely a criminal investigation into whether fao she lied to congress. He wasn't under oath so you can't charge them with perjury. But then matter even charge him with making a fault and misleading statement of congress under eighteen. Usc one thousand and one gets the identical crime as perjury. in fact it has an equival an equivalent sentencing five years for every lie and it seems to me live more than once in his stuff so money could be charged with something facing ten fifteen twenty years behind. Both amazing thing is though. I don't think he probably never expected any way that these emails would ever see. The light of day and of all days grega was january. Thirty first two thousand twenty the same day. Donald trump put in his zena. Phobic hysterical travel ban. It was at that time that very day that pouch..
"vice president" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"It's insane and then of course you know he's against eliminating the filibuster and so everybody's up apoplectic so you know. Democrats do what they always do. And now they're accusing. Joe manchin of preserving jim crow congresswoman. A cossio or cortez is out there. Suggesting mansion is participating in an effort to dismantle democracy. None of this is true. Social justice warrior. Jamal jamal hill calling mansion a power hungry white dude who is upholding white supremacy. You know maybe this explains the utter terror. If you dare go against the squad you know. That's why joe won't stand up against a squad. Nancy won't stand up against this squad. Chucky won't stand up against the squad and now the these attacks are getting fierce because their agendas being left behind because it is radical you know mansion apparently unmoved he said on tuesday that he had a constructive meeting with a group of civil rights leaders but he was not changing his opposition to ask dr one he met with al sharpton. He met with the n. Double acp president derrick johnson. He met with the national urban league president as well and the national council of African american women and some other groups and there's nothing basically for or against everyone's position was discussed asked. If the meeting changed his position he added. No i don't think anybody changed positions on that new york times. Editorial board is now some reason. My earphones just went through the roof anyway. New york times editorial board member. Mary gay finds of american flags in long island apparently disturbing because apparently they're mixed with trump flags in a few anti biden signs. I was on long island this weekend. Visiting dear friend and i was really disturbed. I saw in a dozen and dozens of pickup trucks with split goes against joe biden on the back of them trump lags and some cases just dozens of american flags which is also just disturbing because essentially the message was clear was this is my country. This is not. You're not intriguing. I own this and so until we're ready to have that conversation. This is going to continue all right. So the bottom line is reminds me a lot of joe lieberman with for a long time kleiber. Now attacking mansion saying this democracy is on fire joyless bay saying mansion is blocking democrats from saving the country house. Democrats while at the senate again to vote on january six commission. Well will they also vote to investigate the two hundred and seventy five riots. Where thousands of cops were you know. Injured getting hit with bottles and bricks and molotov cocktails. We've got to look into that because both are wrong and shouldn't happen and shouldn't ever happen again and they just had a bipartisan group of senators that examine what happened on january six. Nobody's ever examined the writing that went on all last summer. All right a lot of ground to get to today. Eight hundred nine. Four one sean. If you want to be a part of the program we'll take a quick break Also of the latest on the border. We'll have the latest on whether or not law whether or not thou- cheese impact liable for lying to congress. And did he break the law. We have new evidence that suggests. He didn't tell the truth. But i i want to remind you whether you're refinancing a home or buying your first home or buying a new home mortgage rates are at an all time low. Even you can get in the twos..
"vice president" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Issue corruption. The conversation that i had with president. John tate today was very frank and very candid and i think this is a quality that he and i appreciate in each other following all of this is diana beltran with the watchdog group. The washington office on latin america. She said harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately over the last several years where you've seen across the region including one tamala has been a backlash against anti anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law so as long as we're on the subject explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact usa to central america when we talk about corruption in guatemala in central america. That we're not talking about a few bad apples of few corrupt government officials that accept bribes. But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of guatemala increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold of government institutions and have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population in a regionally. You're talking around. Thirteen billion that i believe is lost a year to corruption. That means that there's no money. For education building a better healthcare system infrastructure it impacts the ability of governments to respond to natural disasters or climate change impacts security and impacts every aspect of daily life And is that thirteen billion dollars. Just guatemala or all three countries in the northern triangle. That's regionally for central america. So we hear about the three countries of the northern triangle Guatemala el salvador honduras. The people from those countries are most likely to try to enter the us but vice. President harris is visiting only. Guatemala was a talent is in central. America are immense right now. One relations between the biden administration and will kelly government in el salvador very tens. This is a government in el salvador. That has repeatedly taken steps to attack the rule of law to concentrate power in the hands of executive aaron dismantle any real system check and balance in the case of honduras. You know over the last year so the. Us department of justice has been investigating investigated and convicted the president's brother for drug trafficking so it sounds like basically you're saying guatemala may be corrupted. It's the most likely government where vice president harris could get some traction cooperation. I think they started with guatemala by default not by design but i would say that if corruption and the rule of law is not front and center in discussions between the us government and the guatemalan government. That trip could do more damage than good. And i say this because since twenty. Nineteen when the u. n. Lead commission to tackle corruption was dismantled by the previous administration in guatemala. You've seen a consistent effort and actions by the government and by corrupt political and economic elites to dismantle the advances that had been made in the anti-corruption effort. How then can vice president harris hope to help build a model with guatemala. That might show the way forward and stemming migration unfortunately i think the us different administrations have often turned their attention to the region whenever they perceive a crisis and then attention wanes and shifts elsewhere. These are long term challenges. These are deep structural challenges that are going to require a long term sustainable approach and so you know if the administration is committed to helping these societies address these structural challenges. Then we need to commit for the long haul. Adriana beltran is with the washington office on latin america. she's been telling us about the challenges vice president harrison. The white house face on harris's first aren't policy trip to central america adriana. Thank you very much. thank you for. Having sunday's presidential race in peru remains too close to call. It's been an intensely contested election between right wing candidate. Keiko fujimori and popular opponent. Pedro casio the world's latin. America correspondent valencia reports from whose capital. Lima if you watch into these two scenes in downtown lima early this morning you might thought both candidates.
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