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"Discovers the lifeless body of his little girl in the basement of their Boulder, Colorado home and the Boulder Police Department started Woz. Hey, Ramsey's did it. There are a number of investigators who all say that the murder of JonBenet Ramsey was not done by the family but buying traders through a series of Boston vesting ations, multiple district attorneys and finger pointing at family and friends. JonBenet's killer remains at large. We looked at lots of suspects. Now the killing of JonBenet. The final suspects follows a brand new investigation into America's most heinous on South murder in this exclusive 12 part documentary, Syriza. We're looking at shit next program. Here's an email. I just got process. Irregularities in our voting system is what this is about. We go to the court for timely relief and ironically because of process irregularities, we can't get timely.
Covid-19 infections in England fell 30 per cent during lockdown
"New evidence that England's lockdown is working. CBS is Vicki Barker has more on that from London. The overall covert infection rate has fallen by a third here since the latest lockdown began November 5th But epidemiologist Paul Elliot warrants still too high at 1% 1 in 100 people when Big Ben strikes midnight tomorrow night. England's latest lockdown is set to aunt. But until new infections and deaths fall much farther here, the government wants tough restrictions to remain in the regions. Hardest hit. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London
Moderna to seek FDA emergency authorization after COVID-19 vaccine shows 94% efficacy
"Coded 19 vaccine has been submitted for emergency authorization today. Here CBS is Vicki Barker. Kodama says it's asking. The FDA and European regulators for emergency approval after new results showed its covert vaccine is more than 94% effective of 196 covert cases among its thousands of participants 185 or on the dummy drug. They also accounted for all the severe cases and the soul death and because any side effects have been minor, the company's confident it meets the criteria for early authorization. Vicki Barker, CBS News
Why Black Friday In-Store Sales Won't Go Extinct
"There's also evidence that the Internet is basically knocking on black Friday's door Thanksgiving days, the fastest growing online shopping day on Di Think like 70% of the people who said that they're going to shop on Black Friday said they'll do some or most of it online, right. Um, so the Internet still there for retailers to make money. But the idea of black Friday in store sales going extinct is probably not Going to happen because it's its own thing like there's this one consumer psychologist or consumer analyst, I think pointed out that it's It's a tradition number one. Now it is. On number two. There's a certain element of like sport to it. It's it's more than just Getting a good deal. It's yes, you know, throwing a fist that somebody while you get a good deal, there's something to it that transcends the whole thing. So we mentioned doorbusters. It's a central part of the cog that is black Friday. And it goes back and print. Believe it or not, to the year 1917 and anecdotally the 18 95, where in a retailer will basically say You know what we have? One item are usually it's a few now but some really deep, deep and really super great deals on just a few select items. Silly. For example, a good laptop for $180. Yes, then like Deals like that iPods for half off for TV feel like 200 like, really, really, like you said. Very good discounts, But here's the deal. To scam people. It's a bait and switch. It's a bait and switch. They only got a very limited amount of these select items, which is why the violence happens, which we'll get to in a minute. On Then after that, they're hoping you get in there. You don't get that laptop, but you're like, screw it. I'm at Walmart at 5 A.m.. I might as well buy some stuff regular priced or slightly discounted items. Um And you know, that's how they get you in the store. That's how they get you. It is on dit. Is it true that they're these items do exist, and they are for that deal. There. There there for that price, I should say, um But there's only like 10 and in the fine print. It's like one for person. And that deals is for in stock. Only, like you can't get a rain check or anything like that. No, no, no. But the concept that these deals do exist for those items that are in the store. Coupled with Whoever physically gets their hands on that item first gets that deal. Yeah, um, leads to doors actually being busted. It's called Recipe for disaster. Yeah, um All right. So
Meghan Markle opens up about "unbearable grief" after miscarriage
"Meghan Markle has revealed she had a miscarriage in July. Correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London in the New York Times make it describes, which he calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was loose In my second. The 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. She says she shared her experience to urge people to commit to asking others. Are you okay over this Thanksgiving holiday winning praise from a stillbirth charity here for her honesty, Vanity Fair reports. Harry's family have been supportive through the experience. It is not known whether Buckingham Palace Was aware that the New York Times piece would be published. Harry and Megan stepped away from their roles as members of the royal family at the beginning of this year and have been living in North America. President elect Joe
Meghan, Former Duchess of Sussex, Shares Her Miscarriage Grief
"Of Sussex, Meghan Markle has revealed she had a miscarriage in July. Correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London in the New York Times make it describes what she calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was losing my second, the 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. She says she shared her experience to urge people to commit to asking others. Are you okay over this thing? Giving holiday winning praise from a stillbirth charity here for her honesty, Vanity Fair reports. Harry's family have been supportive throughout the experience. It is not known whether Buckingham Palace was aware At the New York's Times piece would be published. Harry and Megan stepped away from their roles as members of the royal family at the beginning of this year and have been living in North America.
Two Darwin Notebooks, Missing for Decades, Were Most Likely Stolen
"Has revealed the two notebooks written by Charles Darwin or missing and have been for decades, CBS is Vicki Barker. Notebooks are worth millions. The last time they were seen was 20 years ago this month, when they were taken to be photographed. A couple of months later, someone realized they were no longer on their assigned shelf. I have reluctantly comes to conclusion that these notebooks have probably being stolen library and Jessica Gardner is heartbreaking heartbreaking freezes freezes freezes Heartbreakers Heartbreakers Heartbreakers Heartbreakers have have have have have the the the the the notebooks notebooks notebooks notebooks notebooks include include include include include the the the the the sketch sketch sketch sketch sketch for for for for for Darwin's Darwin's Darwin's Darwin's Darwin's famous famous famous famous famous Tree Tree Tree Tree Tree of of of of of life. life. life. life. life. Three Three Three Three Three of of of of of evolution. evolution. evolution. evolution. evolution. British British British British British police police police police police have have have have have been been been been been informed. informed. informed. informed. informed. But But But But But after after after after after 20 years the trail is cold. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London and
Meghan Markle reveals miscarriage: 'Losing a child means carrying an almost unbearable grief'
"Admission this morning for Meghan Markle married to Britain's Prince Harry. She said she suffered a miscarriage over the summer. Correspondent Vicki Barker has more from London, writing in the New York Times make it describes what she calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was losing my second, the 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. The Duchess of Sussex has said she was sharing her story to help break the silence around the all too common tragedy.
Meghan Markle reveals she had a miscarriage, and reflects on grieving in private and public
"The former Meghan Markle has revealed she had a miscarriage in July. CBS is Vicki Barker has more writing in the New York Times make. It describes what she calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was losing my second, the 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. She says she shared her experience to urge people to commit to asking others. Are you okay over this Thanksgiving holiday, winning praise from a stillbirth charity here for her honesty. Vicki Barker. CBS
UK family loses court battle in US diplomatic immunity case
"With a U. S diplomats wife Have lost a legal battle in the UK CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London. Britain's High court affirmed that answer, coolest did indeed have diplomatic immunity when she fled the UK after the accident. Foreign Secretary Dominic Rot there will be no solace to the family of Harry done. My heart's with them. We've made clear we're on their side. Dan's parents say their campaign to have secured this face. UK justice will go on and they say they're placing their hopes in President elect Joe Biden, who lost His wife and daughter in a car crash. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London President elect Joe Biden is laying out some key
New data shows rise in COVID-19 cases in children
"Well, more kids seem to be testing positive for covert 19. The American Academy of Pediatrics says more than 144,000 Children tested positive for covert 19 in the most recent week on record all rise of 28%. So far, nearly 1.2 million Children have tested positive. Some 10% of the U. S total of 12 million confirmed cases. The latest data comes as health experts warn that the upcoming holiday travel season may spark an explosion of new covert cases, including among kids. Vicki Barker, CBS News
Can Drinking Cocoa Make You Smarter? Cocoa Flavanols Found to Boost Brain Oxygenation and Cognition
"Me. Drinking hot chocolate may make you smarter. A new study credits its makeup here. CBS is Vicki Barker. Researchers have done for a while that flavanols, which are found in many fruits and vegetables, can improve cardiovascular health. But now Ah University of Birmingham study has found. They also seem to improve cognitive function and increase the flow of oxygen to the brain. Flavanols occur naturally and cocoa,
Vegans may be at higher risk for bone fractures, study finds
"Vegans like to tell the health benefits of their plant based diet. But a new study identifies a health risk to more Vicki Barker box for the university researchers say People who avoid all foods derived from animals have a far higher risk of broken bones than people who eat dairy, meat and fish. The long term study of more than 55,000 people, of whom some 2000 or vegans found the vegans have a 40% higher risk of suffering a bone fracture. The advice anyone following a vegan diet needs to think carefully about how They obtained the calcium, iron and vitamin B 12 they'd otherwise be getting from
Vegans may be at higher risk for bone fractures, study finds
"Time 1 53 a new study finds vegans could face a health risk Here's correspondent Vicki Barker, Oxford University researchers say people who avoid all foods derived from animals have a far higher risk of broken bones than people who eat dairy meat. And fish. The long term study of more than 55,000 people, of whom some 2000 or vegans found the vegans have a 40% higher risk of suffering of bone fracture. The advice anyone following a vegan diet needs to think carefully about how they obtained the calcium, iron and vitamin B 12 they'd otherwise be getting from meet. The participants were followed for an average of 18 years. The findings were published in BMC Medicine. It'll aged adults. Those over 45 face a greater risk of catching sexually transmitted infections than ever before. As according to researchers from the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands. They found that because society has been unwilling to talk about older people having sex people in that age group are simply unaware of the dangers of unprotected sex. All the experts recommend doctors conduct more S T I
Wisconsin recount gets off to a rough start as Elections Commission repeatedly clashes
"That the Wisconsin Elections Commission called a meeting Used the Trump recount petition in Wisconsin. To make an attempt to alter the recount manual in Wisconsin to undermine the trump recount petition. You cannot make this stuff up. This really happened? It went on for hours last night. Our PW Republican party. Wisconsin Chairman Andrew Hit is on the phone with me right now. In fact, seeing your tweet is what made me know it was going on. And we just kept waiting to see what was going to happen. Ultimately, it was a tie vote on the W. E C not to change the manual, which means the manual will stay the same. But this is the kind of crap That that the partisans on the W. E C and the partisan staffers on the WBC we're willing to try toe undo the the attempts that that President Trump was making just a recount our state It is, you know, one of the most outrageous things I've ever seen. Vicky. I mean, they get the president's petition for recount, see the argument that he is going to make And then call a meeting to change it. A meeting that had 24 hours notice they gave the recount manual to the commissioner's just three or four hours. 38 page manual. No red line. Why would you do that? There's only one reason because they know that we're onto something. They know that they have to change it or or we are going to make so much progress. Delivering Wisconsin for president. I'll tell you something, though you're exactly right. The reason you pull out the manual one that you haven't looked at it however long and simply throw it in front of everybody without having even read over it again. You're basically saying, what can we do in this manual to undo this petition, and it wasn't just after the petition was after $3 million Was wired from the campaign to pay for the recount. So they had the money. They had the petition, and then they were going to try to undo the petition through the allegedly nonpartisan W. E. C. And it took six hours six hours to finally come up with a 3 to 3 decision, with all the Democrats saying, of course. We should change the manual to undo the Trump petition and the Republicans on I I imagine it was somewhat difficult for some of them to reach the conclusion, saying, I think we should probably keep it the same. This is that you know. Eric Bob had a great tweet when he said the one thing that is absolutely assured in Wisconsin is that the left are always stone cold partisans, The Democrats always behave like stone cold partisans. And the Republicans behave like statesmen. Well, you know, I mean, when we saw that yesterday, we saw the manual come out when we immediately started to scour it, trying to figure out what had been changed. No red line changes. And when we find it, I mean, it was just such a shocker. But you're right. I mean, we have got to fight. We've got to fight harder. I'm grateful for the Republicans and the votes that they cast last night. Thank goodness that they didn't allow this to go forward after after Like you said, the president pays $3 million and then they're going to change the rules of the recount. Just Hour after he filed the petition. Yeah. Do you know who did this? I mean, this it bears an important investigation, and you are saying that the manual itself was already changed before the meeting was called. The manual was already changed. And and you in the Trump. People got hold of the manual and notice the changes. That's right. I mean, it's a 38 page manual. I mean, it's not like there's a lot of pictures in that. So 38 solid pages of this manual. No red line changes. Um, you know, think about it. If you're commissioner, how outrageous is that is that that they would give this to you expect you to vote on it and not identify the Redlands Red line changes. Even more ridiculous is you know if you go back a few days, I don't even think they were planning on having a meeting. They were going to just do these changes, but the commissioner's insisted that they have a meeting. They imagine that they just done the changes and we didn't have a meeting. Well, we would be tell you where it would be right now. We would be in court getting that fixed and we would win because clearly it was outrageous. It was out of bounds. It's something they can't do. This whole year from April 7th election on We have seen time and time again. The Democrats. They don't care what the law is. They don't care what it's written. They want to change it. They want to change it through the court system and activist judges and we have to stand up for the rule of law. Oh, for heaven sakes. He knew a man I mean. They were actually sitting around, saying, Jeez, I think we should change the recount rules right? They would have done it in the time after the April election, and before the November election, not after they got $3 million from the Trump campaign in a petition that allow them to alter the recount manual, just perfectly toe under the
Biden: Trump refusal to concede 'an embarrassment'
"President elect Joe Biden is getting a little impatient over President Trump's refusal to concede the election. I am hopeful that the president will be mildly more light before we get to generate twenties. Trump has also refused to open his administration to a full transition of power. Biden said that it is more embarrassing for the country than it is debilitating for his ability to get
Climate change: Can sending fewer emails really save the planet?
"The things to worry about when it comes to climate change your emails. British experts working toe lesson. Environmental impacts have identified a new threat to the planet. Yep, it's the billions of unnecessary email sent every day, including those that say nothing more than thanks, they say in the UK alone, more than 64 million unnecessary emails are sent every day, pumping thousands of tons of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere because of the power they consume. So think twice before forwarding that Cute kitten video. Vicki Barker, CBS News London
Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today in regards to Governor Tony Evers, statewide mask mandate box sixes and delicate area, explains Waukesha County resident Jared Fay. Vic. Filed a petition against the governor's power to issue the statewide mask mandate, according to the lawsuit Favorite argue state law prevents a governor from issuing more than one emergency order for the same pandemic. Governor, Evers declared the state wide mass mandate after he had declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home. The Supreme Court is looking to answer two questions. Did Governor Evers violated state law when he declared a state of emergency and put those orders in place? And whether the orders are an unconstitutional legislative power used by the executive branch.
‘Bursting with antibodies’: U.K. prime minister in quarantine again
"Self isolating after being exposed to covert 19 tweeted video, Boris Johnson says the good news is that Britain's testing tray system is getting up to speed. Bad news is that they ping me and I've got to self isolate. Never mind that he's already had covert and is, he says, positively bursting with antibodies. He could still be infectious, he says on the prime minister has to follow the rules like everyone else. Vicki Barker CBS
"vicki" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"The story for a long time. Well I think you're right thinking sorry I. I should have absolutely mentioned chairman Ron Johnson from Wisconsin who has been absolutely instrumental doing everything possible to you know dig to the bottom of this and I know you know molly and others have written about some of the important work Eastman doing. But you know he's been stay saying a lot of these same headwinds in fact, Maria Bartiromo over the weekend was asking Chairman Marco Rubio of the Senate intelligence. Committee about you know the fact that Chairman Johnson has been trying to get some some of these documents and even amongst Republicans in Congress aid been slow in terms of you know unveiling the full truth but I I. Am Extremely appreciative of everything that Chairman Johnson has been doing You know in terms of the important investigations which which continue and we'll see We'll see how it goes, but there's a lot of major unanswered questions and again I think my book helps lay the groundwork as to you know some of the terrible action you know part of the reason why so much effort is is now being done to try to resolve these criminal activities by so many people good to have you on the program I want people to check out the book by Carter Page? It's called abuse and power and I assume available right as we speak when go on Amazon and by the Book Right. Now. Absolutely wonderful. Thank you. Thank you Sir for being on the program today? Really really appreciated I. Know You. You were very generous with your time and I hope to have you back. I look to vic. You have a great day and great speaking with you. Thank you so much that was Carter page the book abuse and Power and you know more as as the investigations continue. But again, exactly exactly true what he said about Chairman Johnson that would be Senator Ron Johnson Homeland Security has been trying to get information. It's been stonewalled by nearly every executive agency and even some Republicans in the Senate. I'm going to take a break. This is the Vicki McKenna show I'll be right back. Welcome to the program not long left in this hour coming up in tomorrow's Program I've got a little bit more information to share on that story of all of those Kenosha teachers who called in sick. They're not sick. You know that anybody's got kids in the school district knows that. They're protesting optional in person instruction. Yeah. So they decided to take it out on your kids, but it's worse than actually. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel or anybody else's making it. They didn't just take it out on kids who are. Choosing optional in-person education, they took it out on kids who are also in virtual education in the Kenosha School district could not find subs for fully half. The classes including. Kids who are taking virtual. Education but who cares about the kids, right? What matters is the collective bargaining agreement that's what matters more on that story tomorrow from parents who have been sharing details online I'm going to take a break here. This is the Vicki mechanics show..
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"Our. Big. Man Caitlin Power Wisconsin talking about. You. Covert experiments going on in the annex of the racine municipal building. Not a bio safety leveled. Research, project going on city workers. Are the ones. Touching virus. You know tell me about how they claimed Matt that will were killing the virus. Except when we're handling the live virus, it's not the live virus accepted as. Their their explanation is we're not working with the live virus here. What we do is we take the live. which presents a serious question, right? They take the live virus right then and there, and then they heated up to what if ninety degrees thirty minutes and then the then their idea maybe even their hypothesis I don't know is that it's going to kill the live virus but my sources tell me there is nothing out there right now that says. That heating method kills the Virus O. God. Yes. Mr Moore. Yes Arnold Ninety degrees. So besides the fact that nobody is actually yet produced the information about a purified covert virus so that researchers can work on. Ninety degrees. Why Cova just die off in the summer. It's a good question a lot of ninety degree days. This we did hope that that would happen, but we keep here. So I'm just saying. Ninety. Degrees and they're telling you that they're heating the live virus to ninety degrees. Okay. Yes EMPOWER WISCONSIN DOT COM. We are not going to have time to to cover every aspect of your investigative report. I hope you keep going on this empower Wisconsin Dot Com. Matt kittle thank you very much for coming on the program today. This is Vicki McKenna show..
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"The Vicki McKenna show I do want to just point out in there now, a couple of articles news articles written about this but as the day ticks by additional law enforcement agencies are announcing that they are not going to be enforcing governor either is latest emergency declaration and Masks Mandate i. saw one about an hour ago from the Brown County Sheriff's department. Here is the Mo Managua Police Department I'm GonNa read just a portion of an aqua police department statement just because it's funny. The monopoly police department lacks the resources needed to enforce governor. Order, mandating the wearing of masks and ton. Of Managua. Taking this into consideration, we will not enforcing the governor's order that mandates the wearing of masks starting August, first two, thousand twenty nor will we be responding to complaints about mask violations? What would you do if you see someone not wearing a mask? Even if you think they should be nothing some people. Have conditions or circumstances that would make a cloth face mask covering difficult or dangerous just where your mask and stay six feet away from them. I have rick asked some Bergen from Wisconsin, Institute for Law and Liberty to talk about the actual order itself not the details of the order. But whether or not this order is lawful Rick Berg welcome to the program. Thanks for having man good. I'm glad I can hear you. Okay. I'm broadcasting remotely people so anything can happen. So it seems in the last time we talked about this, which was a bit of time ago that if Tony wanted to extend his emergency order which expired in sixty days beyond sixty days, he needs approval from the legislature. He did not seek approval from the legislature. It seems if you read the order that it seems like this is an extension just simply. Portions of the other order tweet So this does look like an extension and furthermore whether he you know he got permission from the legislature to do this or not. It does seem like the legislature can pretty easily dispatched with this if they want to. Yeah. Both of those things are true I. You know the governor has the ability to a public health emergency under our law. But that ability is strictly time limited. You can declare this emergency for sixty days. The legislature can resend it during the sixty days if he wants, but you can only declare for sixty days as governor. Legislature. Extended for another sixty days but they did not do that in this case, and so he declared a public health emergency, the public health emergency expires. He's now operating under the fiction that he can declare a new public health emergency but. If. The courts were allowed to allow him to do that. They would in effect read the time limit out of the statue. Because he's declaring his public health emergency in July based upon an outbreak of cold, he declared his public health emergency in March based in a break of Kobe, cove it never went away You know the infections went up went down went up went down as one might expect to happen. But to say that this isn't essentially dealing with the same crisis that we've been dealing with the last four months it seems to me as just a fiction it's I made up and and I don't think anybody ought to take. That seriously. All right except that it's being treated as if it should be taken seriously and you have one house, the Senate saying we're ready to call a special session and pass a joint resolution rescinding Iverson Authority, which is also empowered under statute three, twenty, three, dot ten. The legislature can reject this overtly without requiring the governor's signature, but you have the other house saying we think citizens groups are going to be suing over this. It seems to me that one takes a lot longer than another although perhaps both of them. Might be useful. So I I mean to have the verse administration slapped back by the courts could be useful. But at the same time, as that goes forward, the legislature is going would then wait on a special session to rescind the order. Well you know I. I can't believe I'm saying this is public interest litigator but I have to say it in that is that The you know the outcome of the lawsuit is always very unclear in very indefinite I've been doing this long enough that I don't guarantee predict any outcome even if I'm fairly certain of it because I know it can always go the other way. But if the legislature was sins, this public health emergency if they vote I joined revolutionary, send it. It's rescinded. There's no question about that. And at that point, if the governor wants to have masks mandate, then he's got to work with the legislature he has to propose. To propose something that they would pass into wall or he has to, you know proposed rule that JC are would allow to go through He can't act unilaterally and you know what the outcome is. That would be I can't say at this point, but the outcome of litigation is uncertain. The outcome of legislation is certain and to be honest you know there are there could be some judges who would say, well, you know we we we kind of think the legislature should act on this and so. I you know as as as much as I have respect for those guys to simply say, well, we're not gonNA do anything is a private citizen might bring a lawsuit I. I don't think in this instance that That's the best way for them to about about this. If they think that the governor has overreached them, they need to take a vote and face. Yeah and we have God multiple press releases. So we've got the Senate Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald, saying my caucuses ready to do this we are ready to call a session gavel in PASA joint resolution. We're not getting that commitment at least not yet from assembly however, Multiple Assembly. People have put out statements saying that this is this mandate is wrong. This is this is an overreach Some of them are hinting that they believe it is not lawful. So the assembly needs to simply declare that it is willing to go into session as well. Instead of dancing around and hoping it could smack it and wait for somebody to contact Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty and file a lawsuit because that will take a long time you and I've talked about this a a rapid turnaround for a court. Can still take a month people complain about it, and then I'll bring you on the program and you'll say, well, actually Vicki that's really fast for the court, but still you're talking about weeks at a minimum. Right, and the other thing to keep in mind is that it is quite possible that the legislature would find itself in the same position. If a court rules that the governor cannot declare public health emergencies in series arising from the same underlying which I think it should I think that that would be an important principle to establish There are the things that governor might try to do the governor might try for example to promulgate a rule requires a mask requirement in the State of Wisconsin at that point the ball with Dan, and again be the legislatures court to For JC are to decide whether it wanted to insist on modification of the role when wanted to block will going into effect in. So we're back where we started again, and although you know there's always a possibility litigate over the extended rule. You know we're we essentially you know. The issue still remains open and so you know as much as I'd like to think that you know public interest law can be the savior of you know all of us and maybe sometimes it can help in this instance I think the first the first responsibility does why with the legislature something else I thought was interesting and that is the exam salaciously in the judiciary. From this he says state facilities and offices under the control of the Wisconsin state legislature the Wisconsin Supreme Quarter exempt from this order etcetera etcetera etcetera, and it seems to me.
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"There Talking. About you know the night before in the debate how well Mister Cain And a video to target for crisper guard came up pay clock. Let's say. I gotta shoot something you got to say thank you to all of our volunteer. So it wasn't planned, it wasn't scripted. Go outside of the Casino and Chris Starts asking me questions and filming in. If you notice in that in the video every once in a while the camera moves dry moved because he had a stop as a traffic was going by. So we went back into the casino and Burgers we gotTa canton that we can leave the cigarette in. She looked at it. And she said you know we let Cain became at blocked blocked. that. was never supposed to publish MSNBC somehow pull told off our website and the rest is history I. Think we went up three and a half points nationally in seventy two hours. And if and talk about ads that are ranked. The number one AD has ever been produced was Reagan, morning in America. The second one was busy from Linden Johnson's campaign and the third one for smoking ban. and. This is all if the appeal of that ad and people will look at it and say what's going on there. The appeal of that ad was was the appeal of Herman Cain and the tea party, and it was we're going to stop letting other people tell us what to do how to behave what to think and I think that was ultimately was cutting through all of this because we kept being told in the tea party movement that we were crazier, we were stupid. Or we were we shouldn't act like that and populism is a bad thing. All of these different things that we kept being told and so there's mark lock smoking, a cigarette and Herman Cain ad and people were like, yes. Because that's exactly and you had this sort of devil may care look on your face that is sort of that sort of captured the Zeitgeist of. The Movement at the time and it really I think spoke to people not the smoking, the cigarette thing but the but the we are going to be ourselves thing and if the if the elites if the globalist don't like it too bad right too bad. How did how did how did it all come apart I mean this is important to remember remember Herman Cain Number One. This all without Wisconsin Herman. CAIN wouldn't have run for president without? Mark Block Herman Cain wouldn't have come to Wisconsin without Herman Cain I don't think we would have had a tea party movement and certainly without you mark, we wouldn't have had a tea party movement. But it it seemed like you shouldn't have had to worry about Herman. Cain here's this guy on the rally circuit and all of a sudden he starting to show up in polls and that's when the knives came out. It's important to remember that he had. He was victim of a political assassination attempt because of black conservative that was penetrating with a message that was that was so easy to understand was too dangerous to let go go forward too much more. Commonly agreed In fame on me. In the fact that we had planned for the attack, but we didn't think they were going to happen. So January. The first major came on October thirty first on Halloween. And kind of ambushed the. Alleged allegations and and they they were never proven. That's one point to get across. But I must care with you a story on the morning after the allegations. Were all the senior staff in Washington DC with Mister Cain is we had folks. Solid. Week of him addressing Congress Uh. Congressional committees on healthcare the National Press Club. I would speaking's between before to major major groups. So you can expect the mood of senior staff that Monday morning was pretty down. So Mr Cain walked into the room. And I go oh no, he's black nobody told us that. And Kane just racks up. And he said, we're not canceling anything. We didn't do anything and we'RE GONNA take this head on. Guys was that's the kind of guy was he on the other kind of guy was was be met once he remembered your name because he thought it was worth remembering mark. Block I. Wish I could just talk about Herman four hours maybe you and I need to grab a drink this weekend. I need I. Need to take a break here we're gonNA come back with Rick, s and Berg that was mark block talking about the late Herman Cain pass away. We heard yesterday the age of seventy four too young too early. Could he used him. Coming up in this upcoming election as well. He was a good friend to a lot of people in Wisconsin and a great friend to Wisconsin Conservatives we'll be right back. This is the victim McKenna.
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"Welcome to the program the Vicki mechanics. Show. And I am broadcasting remotely from home I. Thought I was going to be able to put my feet up here. For an afternoon now, I don't have Cova I'm just assumed that I would have a shorter show today because baseball So I decided to do this via remote access. My friend Mark Block is on the phone standing by and the reason why I have mark on the program is because in Wisconsin nobody think new our friend Herman Cain as well or as personally as mark did mark you're the reason Herman Cain ever came to Wisconsin in the first place and Herman Cain is in a very real way. The reason we had a tea party movement in Wisconsin I'M GONNA. Let you elaborate on your good friend. Herman Cain. Thank you Vicki and it's always great to be back on your show. But. Like everybody yesterday. I was shocked when I got the phone call. Herman Cain was a father of brother. A, mentor. My boss. My. Best friend and business associate serve really hit me hard. But you're right. Mr Cain other than the state of Georgia probably founded. Wisconsin has a second home. If you remember all of the Party. That we did in that two, thousand, nine, two, thousand, ten timeframes. He was at a lot of. And he really helped us build to grasp ruth army that we had going into the two thousand election. And if you remember Becky I think you've followed him at the. Beginning of. Presidential, campaign. When he spoke at defending the American Dream Summit Television? Wisconsin. dells. I. Do. Marquee he made his his campaign announcement in Wisconsin dolls and I had to follow him to introduce him but and then I also had to follow him and you not ever WanNa Follow Herman, Cain. This is a guy who does off the cuff the most. Amazing Barn burner or or Tory that you could imagine. Great. I gotTA follow her. I'M GONNA be the letdown for the crowd. But yeah, was when he announced and I remember he walks up hat on, he walks up like a cowboy and he makes his presidential announcement in Wisconsin and people at I. Blew it off and thought it was a joke. It wasn't a joke and in fairly short order, he started to actually catch fire and that's when the knives came out and that's when people started to attack him. Actually. I'm GONNA crack this a little bit if you want if you remember. People when he walked off to the podium with his cowboy hat. He slowly took it off put it on the podium. Instead I just want the president know there's a new sheriff in town. And the place a rupture. Everybody's standing on their feet. and. It wasn't until a week later and my colleague Linda Hamilton and I met with him at the capital. Grill in Las Trade. And laid out a strategy for him to run for president. And and he? He I can't fan I. found on the radio what he said to me, but it was pretty much. You lost your mind. And we laid out the whole strategy from that day in March of two thousand and through the Election Day in two thousand twelve. And he thought about it for a while but if you remember he's a pretty quick. Thinker and he said, all right. If, we could make these seven miles own. Any lay them all out for you know being able to raise the money being able to put together a national threats routes network and he is he was. He was to grassroots king. He said we can do all of that back. Then I'll consider. Well over the rest of the summer and fall we put all those pieces together. We had him traveling all across the United States speaking of Tea Party rallies business meanings. And what's really interesting is the seven. Thing that we had to do was convinced. Gloria Cain. That he should run. The other part of history and he made his final decision to runs. On. January first in Brookville Wisconsin. Doing an bent. On new, year's Day, and I believe the badgers were playing in a bowl and we went to an event. And he was shocked that the place was hacked that people had come out to hear him on New Year's Day. I'll never forget it and went back to the first feels tweet. Sat in the lobby got on his phone, call the producer of his radio show instead I'm submitting my resignation. Well, that's where it all started. Hey Mark how did the how did the AD happen in everybody has not googled smoking man add yet you have to do it right now if you're near a computer, you're on your phone look up the smoking man add Herman Cain Mark Felt every This is. A great or two. So tell me about this ad because it became I. Actually, they actually have award for these things or they have people who rank enlist these things. It's considered one of the most effective political ads ever created in the history of campaign ads. So I mean you're on your analyst. So how did it happen? We're at the Win Folks Cal Casino in Las Vegas. The morning after the presidential debate. And I, the five member I'm sitting with Jim troops. And Linda Hanson and I leave therapist was.
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"Dampening I'm Vicky. Mckenna I think on live on the Mike in my wife Mike Mike All right I'm good. Just let me know when my mic is live. Broadcasting Remotely folks that they can show remote from a secret. Secure Location. Somewhere in. Wisconsin. Yeah I'm at home. I'm at home thinking I was going to have a short day. Thinking that the Madison Portion of the program is going to be preemptive for brewers baseball alas. No Alas for me. For, you baseball fans the brewers have decided to postpone their game, and if you already know that for those of you who don't, they have decided to postpone their game due to the Rona. We're GONNA be talking about the Rona on the program today specifically Governor Evers. Emergency Declaration and mask mandate the mask mandate he exempted himself. And the legislature from. So? It's so important. that. GOVERNMENT GETS TO BE EXEMPT. In the NEAT. NIFTY So one has been going on since the announcement of this. since the announcement of this yesterday. Senate majority leader Scott Fitzgerald who said my caucus is ready to fight this call a special session. Pass a joint resolution. Put an end to the governor's emergency. Order. Nothing. Like that. Bold statement direct statement. Has Come. From. The assembly. The assembly. is. Putting. Out Press releases. Talking about how terrible the mandate is. But not joining Senate majority leader, Scott Fitzgerald in calling for a joint session to pass a joint resolution. Putting an end to the governor's emergency order. We're GONNA talk about this because the governor's emergency order is likely unlawful. We'll talk with Kassenberg Berger a little bit later on about why that's true. It's fairly simple. Section three, twenty, three, dot ten says two things number one. It says that after the governor's emergency authority. Expires sixty days so he's already had one. Crack at the emergency order, Pinata that expired after sixty days. If he wants to do it again, he needs permission from the legislature to do it. He did not seek permission from the legislature secondly. and. This empowers the legislature even more. The legislature has the authority to pass a joint resolution and simply. Take Away. The governor's latest emergency declaration rescind the governor's emergency declaration. It does not require a signature from Governor Eve irs. So there's in section three, two, three, dot ten. The legislature. Is. empowered. Dramatically, after the first sixty day order has expired. So, where's the assembly on this? Where is the? Promise to work with the Senate to call a special session to pass a joint resolution where are they I don't know. Lots of assembly people have put out statements saying this is a terrible mandate. It's a one-size-fits-all mandate. This doesn't make sense for Wisconsin but only Adam Nalen that I can tell so far has joined with the Senate Nicole for a special session in a joint resolution ending. Eagles latest mandate. But more on this coming up also on the program, Mark, block is going to join mark has. worked shoulder to shoulder with Herman Cain. In Wisconsin. Brought Herman Cain to Wisconsin. Herman Cain was instrumental in lighting up the excitement of the tea party movement in Wisconsin Herman, Cain of course, passed away at the age of seventy four. And mark very good friend with me of his he also managed Herman's presidential campaign. So a little. A little memory of Herman Cain on the program today as the mainstream press. has already begun to try to sully. The the the memory of Herman has tried to make sure that his wikipedia is going to be overrun with you know the the degrading. Statements that are being made by people who hated him politically So. Before that is allowed to cement itself. The press even in death hates conservatives particularly black conservative so much that they would. They would actually spend time trying to figure out ways to damage the reputation of a dead man. Not, GonNa let that happen on this mark walk is going to join me next. Rick. Essen Berg ahead in about fifteen or so minutes. This is Vicki show I'll be right back..
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"Broadcasting till planet, Madison Bruce City and the world on iheartradio. Vicki Kennedy show to be a part of the program called Hotel Gaming Wisconsin dells toll. Free Line at seven to three is through. Email Vicky WNBA DOT COM now here's. New Good afternoon. Welcome to the program Vicki mechanic. As off. Ignore all.
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"Here's what I'm going to. Folks I am going to put that. Lee Greenwood Song the new recording. On My facebook page, which actually already there and we'll put it on the blog as well so check out the blog also I will link Senator Ron Johnson's interview. We're GONNA. Be Chatting with him a little bit later on in the program all right secretary of how of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson is on my phone. Happy Independence Day early. Thank you for joining me on the program today, Dr Carson. Delighted. It's great to have you, so here's where we're GONNA start with your latest piece. That I saw and thank you for doing this. By the way it is a column that is in defense of American history in defense of the preservation of our story as radicals, Anarchists Socialists are attempting to erase American history through the destruction of statues. Or documents I saw just yesterday that there are professors now advocating for changing the language of the constitution to make it more woke. I. We need people in one with one voice to stand up and say this must end now. Well I think most Americans actually feel that way, but we reach the point where people are afraid to speak up. Why do you think the ramifications for that? You know the the PC movement has expanded to just more than verbal abuse. You can actually get physical abuse. You can lose your tab. All kinds of things can happen. So a lot of people have decided that it's much easier just to to cower in the corner and hoping alone, 'cause you a bad man, you know that's true and let the people who are doing this and willing to get you fired and willing to attack you in your car. If you make the mistake of driving, you know into one of the occupied anarchy events that are going on. They don't even understand what they're doing here in Wisconsin. The Hans Christian Hegg Statue which is in downtown. Madison Wisconsin the capital city, a noted abolitionist at grave risk to himself. Defended people nobody would was defending. I shouldn't say nobody Abraham. Lincoln was defending the Republican Party. Had many many abolitionists in it. They tore down the statue and I'm not GonNa Kidding you what this is actually on a facebook live video. The words uttered. Who is this guy? That so they tore down. They tore down that you. Who is this guy? Or typical, Just creating havoc and you know you you have to, you know. I've I've said this for a member of years now there those who want to fundamentally changed this country. And in order to do that. You have to gain control of a few things. The educational system so they can indoctrinate people. You have to gain control of the media. so that you can control the narrative. And, you have to gain control the courts. Well, you know once you lose. Control the court. What's left? Anarchy Kia. And you have to convince people. The system simply doesn't work. And, if it doesn't work then, maybe we should change to something else. And in the meantime you do everything you can possibly do. Make sure it doesn't work. You're right and they've got the education system and they've got the media, and in many respects, they've got the courts, and they are beginning to convince people that it doesn't work because we're seeing an unequal application of the law, we're seeing a breakdown of peace and order a breakdown of the rule of law. We're seeing an assault on our story. The American store if you don't understand the American story than what is this nation anything more than just a place where you live, and if it's just a place where you live, and there's nothing special about. About it, then why not change and that's working I mean we've had forty years of indoctrination in the public school system with social media. Now you have the mainstream press able to have a much broader reach an radicals from the university able to also have a much broader reach to control the Narrative I. Mean Our folks look at this stuff? And they think that if they speak out, then the and I think they're in the minority, and they speak out that it's it. It's actually potentially dangerous for them. This is a bad time in America. Where people are simply going to have to recognize that if you're gonNA, be the land of the free. You also have to be home of the brave. If you're not willing to stand up for what you believe that you're gonNA, lose it. It's as simple as that. And you know people need to be thinking about the children and their grandchildren and ask yourself. What is the outcome of the kind of activity that we are seeing now? Is it some beautiful nirvana where everybody lives in teeth, happiness prosperity, of course not. It never has been. And If if if people just engage their brains and start thinking Donna. And you know when it comes to renaming everything.
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"Good afternoon. Welcome to the program. It's the Vicki McKenna show. That would be me. I'm Vicky mcallen. Here's what's coming up the show. We've Dr Ben. Carson, coming up on the program, our friend Judge Jim Troopers as well just in the first hour. Some of you may not be able to hear this because it's going to be in the Madison part of the show but Senator Ron Johnson is also going to join me to address. I think what is. Nicely described as a pretty big misunderstanding about what his intentions were with an amendment about federal holidays, Senator Johnson is going to be on three forty. That's GonNa be on the Madison side for those of you. Listening in Milwaukee the mark belling show, we'll be on news. Talk Eleven thirty I n.. If you, WanNa hear Ron Johnson. I will post it up on the blog, though I will make a special blog posts so that later on when you're done listening to mark you can have a chance to hear what Ron had to say all right? Before we get to anything. Like Dr Carson who's coming up here shortly. I don't know how many people have heard this yet. The RE recording of proud to be an American. We have it ready to go right because we're GONNA. Play this the League Greenwood Song that everybody knows. Everybody loves. If you've ever been to a tea party rally, you've heard this song. Everybody knows this song. It's playing an every fourth of July festival. By the way I'll also tell you about an actual real proper fireworks festival coming up in southern Wisconsin That's going to be something that we're going to get to here shortly as well, but every time you hear fireworks, go off your hearing this song. This people everybody knows this song will. Greenwood decided that he wanted to. Spike it up a little bit. See what he could do. And so what he did, was he re recorded the song? With United States Air Force Choir. And the ACAPELLA sensation home free. Have you heard it Mike. Mike by the way his pinch hitting for John Mike pilch pink pitching for John Archer today in the producer studio. Anyway, it's it's awesome. It's now my new favorite version of the song. So I wanted to give you guys a chance to listen to it have a listen. No, we're not going to just like play music the whole show, but having listened to this song when I come back after Lee Greenwood and home free and the air force singers are done blowing your mind with a song I'll tell you how you guys can actually go see fireworks on the fourth of July this weekend. Here's the song. After Mara. Things who? were. And I had. And just not children then. I think. To believe and aided day. Where the flag still stands for free. And they can't say that. Free. For. A. Defenders. Today! Rain. On. A. From Selena Soda. The planes of Texas. From seized? From. DOWN TO USE!.
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"All right. I I! Don't know what the heck is gone. Mike here's what we're going do. Can you hear me my? Can you hear me? Let's go to a commercial break. Okay, let's just do that. Let's just do that and a little bit of time before the entire hours me like there's David and there's nobody there. Okay, so let's just quickly role to commercial and comeback. We'll figure it out I promise. We'll be right back. Welcome back to the program. Apologies for the technical issues Somehow we could not get the skype connection on the air now I have sheriff Clarke standing by who is going to be the keynote speaker at a back. The blue rallied. Eleven am in Kenosha tomorrow at Civic Park Eleven am. With David, Clarke in the back the blue rally, but let's get to Iona Presley IANNA. Presley you know the problem is? That if you call her a blathering, idiot, then you're racist and so there aren't enough in. Here's the problem. One person will call her a blathering idiot. It won't be fifty people. It'll be one that person will be called. That's now the sheep that decided to go stray, and we're going to sick. The wolves out after that one and so nobody's got the blank to call her the she lied in that segment, and what she said was nonsensical. So if she misrepresented everything that was going on in reality in America. Yeah you know. The the woman is a blabbering idiot. There's no doubt about that. She's adult while she was Santa up there and throughout some platitudes. Ball information myths propaganda. Anti anecdotal evidence of what's really going on out there and I would expect. For for a country. That's impressive. How did she make it the Congress? She had the opportunity and and response to it, and and this is the one thing that where people get into trouble, the response her from her colleagues on the House floor. You only can't call her a dope and a blabbering idiot, but they can call it a black racist and they started pointing out the fact that can say hey, look. We spent twenty two trillion dollars. In the black community over the last fifty years to try to improve conditions and nothing worse, because money's not the problem, we have feeling schools with ineffective parenting. We have failure to embrace education. We have fatherless homes. All of these are urban policies. Set up by failed liberal policies what needs to happen Madam congresswoman if we US go back to your community and help root out the cultural rot and the cultural dysfunction of the underclass. That's keeping the black community back. That's the response, but nobody's got the courage all right, and of course you know what would happen, but I'll tell you what Louie, Gohmert, tech a guy who would do it in what you call them. You gotta get over that. We gotta get past this. Call us this while the two who chairs darn it who cares start telling the people choose look congresswoman, whatever her name is Preston Presley. Cut The crap single into the rhetoric about everything that's been done. To improve how about affirmative action programs reparations were? We denied whites and Asians to get into some of the top schools. We've been promotions. White people.
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"Good afternoon and welcome to the program. Vicki McKenna show and I. AM Vicki McKenna. It's Friday. You know what I want really what I what I wanted to do. was since Mike Pilch is now pinchitting John Archer and the producers studio. Today. What I wanted to do was just I. Don't know talk about movies. Have Fun. Do something, light. You know Chad about I. Don't know DIY design. Alas. The parade of horrible 's to Scott a few more entrance. into the queue so. Boy I sure would like to. But, I can't so here's what's coming up on the program. David Clarke is going to join me on this show. We got a big back the blue rally coming up in Kenosha tomorrow. I have put this on my facebook page for those of you were saying. What are you talking about? I have not heard of this. Please go to my facebook page. It's Vicki McKenna. Show on facebook. And you can see it's pinned their right to the top of the page by the way, if I may ask any of you, my. My good friends who are with me and engaging on facebook. If you see any trolls who are just trying to hijack some of my posts. I can't pay attention to all these posts because I'll put up twenty five a day and then try to check back on comments and sometimes I. Just can't, but you want. You'll let your friend Vicki. No could just shoot me an email. Vicki McKenna at Iheartmedia Dot Com all right so. We've got a big back to blue rallied got David. Clarke coming up? I've got a retired Milwaukee police detective. WHO can speak freely? About the insanity of taking another two hundred, fifty, two hundred fifty police officers off the streets of Milwaukee. Two hundred fifty. Do it before convention. If you're, GONNA do it. Do it before convention, so we'll talk about that. The University of Wisconsin Flagship Institution of the University of Wisconsin. Madison wants to talk about the quote complicated legacy of Abraham. Lincoln that's right, folks. becky blank is entertaining. The students who are petitioning to have the Abraham Lincoln Statue. Removed from Bascom Hall right out in front of Basketball Hall. Remove the statue. Lincoln was anti-black is what they say he's gotta go. Here's some other things that also have to go the national anthem. The progressives are suggesting that we replace the national anthem with. John Lennon's imagine. And I am not even kidding you, so that's coming up on the program. This is just you can't ignore this and just say Oh. Those are just dumb. adulated college students. Because the adults college students are having an effect. Look how many corporations of already caved look how many politicians have already caved? But. Here's what we're going to start before we get to David Clarke. Because I'm dying to hear his reaction to this. This is Ion Presley. Democrat. From. Cheese I'm not sure if she's from Tehran or Beijing. Not, quite sure anyway. I honor Presley in the House of Representatives. Who made a speech about the Democrats? Anti Police Bill. The Republicans are not going to entertain a vote on. An oppressing listen to the passion, listen to the anger. And listen to what she says at the end of her passionate angry speech. Which would be great? If any of what she said were true. Have a listen here she is. Driving while black jogging, wobbly sleeping while black, we been criminalized for the very way we show up in the world under the harsh as far too many of my black body is seen as a threat, always considered armed centuries of institutionalize oppression will not be undone overnight for racism in America is structural as the marble pillars of this very institution with the power of the pen. We must legislate accountability. Dismantle the systems and move. Move in the direction of justice and healing, the justice and Policing Act is a critical step forward and I applaud the leadership of the congressional black, caucus, but our work is unfinished. There is a rallying cry communities across the nation black lives. Matter is a mandate from the people. It's time. Pay Us what you owe us are black skin is not a crime. It is the beautiful role of nation builders. Thank you I yield. It is the beautiful robe of nation builders. Pants which you us. We're nation, builders. The structural racism is as. Deeply embedded in the United States as the marble, the marble that the nation builders want to tear down. And pay us what you owe us. So you WANNA tear down Abraham Lincoln Statue. You. Want to tear down Thomas Jefferson. You WanNa tear down. Ulysses s grant you WanNa, tear down the abolitionist. Christian Hegg you want to tear down the forward statue in Wisconsin which was supposed to be a statue, commemorating the great strides made in women's rights. Progressive Statue by the way honoring those progressives honoring themselves all of these things that are being torn down you WANNA burn down cities. You WanNa. Tear down, police, you WANNA tear down. Churches and black lives matter the mandate a neo fascist. Neo Marxist organization that wants to burn down the family. They WANNA burn down education. That doesn't sound like nation building to me. Maybe I'm crazy. Maybe I'm just a crazy person who refuses to accept my white privilege, but the definitions of words actually matter and absolutely nothing that happened in Madison on Tuesday night, including setting fire to municipal building that housed juvenile inmates sounds like nation builders to me. The Guy who walked around harassing people with a baseball bat, and a megaphone wasn't about building bridges. And Justice and healing see in the minds of someone like Ana Presley Justice must mean mob rule and healing must mean. Destruction and pain and nation builders must actually mean nation, destroyers and black lives matter black lives. Matter must have absolutely nothing to do with a high rate of violence and urban communities committed by members of the urban communities against one another. But. Pay Us what you owe us. How much! You. This is the thing. If you're going to say pay US what you here's what I WANNA know. Can we just cut you a check? You Carping Harvey. and. You'll go away coming up sheriff. David.
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"THAT COMMERCIAL? Break this one from Joel. Not only are you not allowed to visit? Your loved one. While in hospice, there are many assisted living facilities were not allowing hospice nurses and aides in unless the person is very close to death, chaplains or social workers, either so really. What's use of hospice right now here? Is David? Thank you for all you do. Our Father passed away on March ninth. Not of the virus. He was ninety six year old World War Two veteran as a large family. He had seven children. We've not been able to gather as A. A family to mourn his passing, no funeral was allowed. His wake was limited to ten people in the funeral home at the time, which meant as a family, we still could not be together. We gathered small group of the family's spread out at Union Grove for his burial and had a twenty one gun salute. We know we are not the only ones feeling loss and confusion at this time, but we're happy that our father who fought major battles in Europe for this country is now in heaven with mom and not able to see this great country. Lose itself. And then here is I'm a flip at one of the freighter clinics, not going to say the name of this person. Obviously my hours along with everyone else's have been cut in half now. A lot of employees are not even getting their unemployment. We're not sure on the unemployment side or the freighter side. Awful bottom is that came in to take the other half of my hours. Today told me she got thirteen weeks last. Thirteen hours last week is a single mom. Wow now. No unemployment, check. What's going on is ridiculous. There is no reason why we we all can't be wearing peas and see patients we get fitted for. All the time when it comes time to use them, we're not allowed. These stories. And you want interested. I am. It's not just about Cova nineteen confirmation numbers. It's not just about you know data on unemployment. It's not just about taught vague talk of problems in the economy and the potential for depression. Is a real people. Through your neighbors. Your kids your friends. That's who they are. They're the people who make that wonderful small town that you live in worth living in. This is the Vicki McKenna show..