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"wackenhut" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:42 min | 7 months ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So wake up like the school. It's 35 minutes after three o'clock when he's not fighting for your right to keep a job. He's fighting for the rights of party. Carter Bundy is our guest. Carter is he put collection representative for asked me International. Is that territories Air Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico. There the union that represents a lot of Sun City, State County Municipal health care workers and Carter, I forgot I don't if you fight for right people's rights to party or not, but but part of the part of you the membership of your union are the prison guards correct? Correctional officers, direction officers right there in the top position. You know, it's it's what Obviously I have a ton of respect for every one of the jobs are members do and we have people like nurses who save lives every day. I will tell you. I think one of the absolute toughest jobs anyone does not just our members is being a corrections officer. They get paid very little in this state in California. They They get paid significantly more, but they get paid very little in this state and the most places there in just horrible conditions there physically attacked on a regular basis. You don't hear a lot of the stories. And there's some bad apples among the corrections officers, but most of them do it because they take their job seriously about keeping keeping those institutions safe, not just for themselves and the public but also for the inmates as well. Because there's all kinds of inmate on inmate violence, and I just can't I just can't fathom the amount of courage on resilience it takes to put on that uniform every single day and go in and oftentimes you're forced to work doubles because we're understaffed, nothing, nothing but respect for for the good corrections officers out there and then how that trickles down into the community to their family situation and everything is you know it's a really tough job. Just got to create a very, very tough domestic life. You're working doubles on one of the worst environments and you know going Well and and making it even more difficult right now, of course, is that correctional facilities like any close quarter facilities, like nursing homes, for example, are hotbeds for Cove in and One of the things I'm very proud of this union for and I think for the most part, we've had a very good partner and Governor Luhan Gresham and the Department of Corrections. But we pushed hard for this stuff is getting more PPE into the facilities and And making sure that there were safer conditions for nexus officers. But inmates because once it starts spreading mean the population is going to hit the officers. There's almost nothing you can do to truly stop it in those kind of environments. But we're very proud of the work we've done there on. I know we're going to talk about the Legislature soon, and that will be part of right. I want to talk to you about is one of our what about other rights? What about rights of the county worker who's been working from home for the last nine months? And now? At some point, they're gonna be asked. You know, we get a vaccine and all that. He has to come back to work in the office at the county building downtown Santa Fe, which could be a whole lot worse, we all know. Do you negotiate for those kind of things as well? And then you make sure their workplaces safe. Yes. Oh, workplace Health and safety. Sanders are absolutely something we negotiate in in every contract, and we have been pushing incredibly hard to make things safe for all of our workers. I mean, the fact is that There are some jobs that require interactions with others, and that would include, for example, nurses and corrections officers. But there are some jobs you can do remotely, Andre, and we're certainly gonna push for any of our people who are frontline workers who Have to interact with the public and have those responsibilities to get vaccines. Somewhere near the top of the list is well, so there's a lot to do to advocate for worker safety, especially in a time of coping. All right, 60 Day session is coming up. Maybe we'll see how this whole thing works out. Maybe it'll be short. Maybe it won't Maybe be 60 days. Maybe we'll have a short when then come back for an extraordinary then we come back for redistricting session in the fall. So lots to lots to talk about in terms of city government. What are you looking forward to most in terms of got negotiating working on for workers in the 60 Day session? One of the things that we absolutely are working with a lot of progressive groups around the state on is to ban private prisons that because there are so many in this state, and that goes back to Time when Governor Gary Johnson, who hated government got himself aligned with some of that cowboy coalition, where there were some conservative Democrats, and, frankly, some Democrats, who I believe one of them was actually a paid consultant for Geo, many unaccompanied consultant And they we are the most heavily privatized prison state in the United States. That is a terrible idea. It's bad for the inmates. It's bad for the workers. It's bad for the public. It's a dream on the on the taxpayer. No think of it this way when you're paying all that money, Todos Wackenhut. They are based in Boca Raton, Florida and a big chunk of New Mexico. Taxpayer dollars are going to a bunch of really rich executives in Boca Raton who don't need the money and that money ought to be staying here. Instead of giving that money to them. What we could do is have correctional officers receiving better pay health care and retirement because you don't get very good health care and you certainly don't get a retirement. We're speaking of if you work for Geo Wackenhut, her one of these private prison companies, so it's bad for the workers and then those workers in Turner's spending the money in New Mexico so There are a lot of reasons to ban private prisons. They tend to, for example, the Arizona driving while Brown remember that Bill Senate Bill 10 17 Arizona, which basically gave the police license to demand papers from anybody, they wanted to rough it for any reason and what that reason men was because you looked like you might have just come over from Mexico. That's what the reality in Arizona Awas And so I had friends, new Mexicans who would drive to Arizona and get pulled over and and be asked to show their papers under that law. That law was written by the American Legislative Exchange Council, Alec And the big driver of that Alec was Corrections Corporation of America because they make money when they can incarcerate comes in terms of people, and they thought immigrants And people who looked like immigrants were a really convenient target. So was the first step here of a banning private prisons in New Mexico. How do we go about that? Well, because we have so many. And because their own contract you actually would have to phase them out. We also given the economic Times don't have the tens or hundreds of millions of dollars that would be required to completely buy out those contracts. But it's absolutely something we can do. Nevada just did it in the 2019 session. They had their so a lot of progressive groups. UCL. You supports this. Um a lot of immigrant rights groups support it. We will make the detention programs in this state. Public. We run things. There's more accountability. It's it's less expensive because you're not paying for all those corporate profits and you have a much better chance of developing rehabilitation programs. So you don't have a revolving.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on KGO 810

"In prison. That's, that's considered a psychoactive drug. They don't they frown on that stuff today. All right. Thanks a million. Enjoy your time on the road and enjoy the game. All right, pal. Let's go to Matthew who's calling us from Oakland. Matthew, welcome to k- geo. How you doing? John, I called I called the comment on the law, but, you know, I've been the prison, also and I will say I was in federal prison, and I was moved to cat. So I was initially in North Carolina when I was transferred to California, I was moved to a private prison owned by Wackenhut. Oh boy. And when I was their drugs were rampant, but they weren't rapid until I was in a private prison when I was in federal prison that the Fed's ran there were not that many drugs here. But when I was moved to a private prison. Yeah, drugs were everywhere, I chose not to use them because I wanted to get out, you know there are penalties involved. When do you think that is? Why do you think in a privately run prison? They're more Greg's. I think the guards make less money less. I mean for it to come in at some point guards have to be aware of it. You know what I mean? At some point there's no way, all this is done behind their back year after year day after day, you know, people kill things in prison sentences, or whatever. So for it to continue to happen. I believe that guards have to be at some point involved impossible, otherwise, you know what I mean? Some of those guys go to prison or not all broke some guys are, you know, they have a lot of money. It just shocks me. And I guess the bottom line on this prison ruling, is it just doesn't make sense. Does it? So I heard earlier that the reason they ruled the way they did is because when California wrote the law legalizing marijuana, they wrote it without exception. That's correct. Yeah. So it's, it's legal to possess without exception, put the exception of prison into the law enforced that but I don't think they could add onto the law. That's exactly why they went to court. But I'll tell you there's something fundamentally wrong, but Matthew are you a lawyer? No, I'm not a lawyer, I was I was in prison. Not a lawyer at all. I went to college in prison. Read a lot when I was in prison. And so that Ed, what do you do? How do you do? Now. Actually, I retired for from the city. So I actually got a prison about thirteen years ago, works for the city I retired early because my wife.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Dot com, Mark for those just tuning in to brief recap on this letter to the editor by a police officer from somewhere in America with a town of less than fifty thousand population, that's about as detailed as the article is getting because the publishers, obviously want to protect their source in this case large minority population within a large metro area and he's saying that, you know, he was he was one of those kids that wanted to be a Cup because he wanted to serve, and protect citizens. And said he was forced to admit to himself, that's simply not the case most of the time, there's a massive problem when a cities police departments bins more time issuing traffic citations and looking locking people up for failure to appear bench warrants over twenty dollars seatbelt violation. How could you investigate any real crimes if that's what you're doing then throw please Lieberman? Yeah. Right. Patrolling neighborhoods. What he's describing is not uncommon. This is typical police behavior is to focus on revenue focus on tickets. And everything else is just sort of when we get to read this part to at my department, issuing traffic tickets is count as the only meaningful activity during an officer's yearly performance evaluation. This is insanity as if patrol officers have nothing else to do such as responding to larceny, burglary sexual assault vehicle theft child abuse suicide armed robberies dismembered bodies, and all sorts of other calls for service with those don't get a check. As don't get money. Stu twice sales people are more important than support staff at every organization. Yes. Ultimately, the case officers are routinely, subjected to psychological abuse, when when the prescribed ticket ticketing numbers aren't met as you might imagine morale could not be any lower. Excuse me, officers young and old want out. What's her Nova rate is through the roof, and it's hard to replace them, the president of our fraternal order. A police lodge hasn't taken up this issue on our behalf in a nutshell. We have no advocate. We have no one to, to whom we can turn to other than the media. Well, right. The, the people agree with you. And that carries risks for the turnover high too. I mean, if people looking to get out if they're getting out and they can't find people to replace them. Someone's got notice, like, hey, something's going on internally. What do we need to fix it right there, not going to be a police department with no police officers serving? Yeah. And no one lined up to fill the void. I don't know why they're union advocate, isn't saying anything about this. I wouldn't be proposed to know how they operate or anything, but I imagine they've come to the conclusion that this is what we do for a living wage. You're going to change it. How do you change the system I suppose you could give tickets out for marijuana possession. O-. They do that. And think at you their revenue that way, but you have to pull people over to get them to get them, you know, with possession of marijuana unless you catch them on the streets. Yeah. Stop and frisk his goes escalate that. Yeah. Anyway. I've attempted to warn the public when the opportunity presents itself. I don't know what else to do at this point other than to speak out. I will not engage in the wrongful taxation of the public revenue that creates a propensity for corruption in which only a fool would not realize yet our administration encourages it eventually it'll come down to me, retiring, or being forced of fired for insubordination good. Either way. It's a shame that this goes on in America. This job is caused me to have a genuine distrust for government in its smallest and largest forms. Well, I mean that's one benefit. Good ten east. He's seen the truth. Speaking the truth immediately retires. Well, you take it out of the organization and do something productive. Yeah. So when I worked with law enforcement, I over over and over again, said that there were about twenty five percent of the officers were great people if twenty five percent we're really crappy people and fifty percent doing a job and the that seventy five per the twenty-five percent loves giving those tickets. Because they get the police people and fifty percent is going to do what they're told to do because that's the job, and it's a pretty good job as far as benefits and pay and stuff like that. Because I've had a competent just about as much as you know, I was being arrested and I was talking to him casually as I was from the backseat of the car. I basically said, you're just a robot, basically, if you're just following orders because what I like following orders because I don't have to think. Wow. God, if you could only recorded that, that would have been great. Here for the people's benefit and the protection of their constitutional freedoms. I wish to God there was more academic to fight this, truthfully. It inspires me just knowing that sharing my story with somebody, anyone who will listen. I want to personally, thank the in a for its efforts, and exposing one of the negative issues of law enforcement also so that, you know, I'm not the only police officer with this viewpoint. There are thousands and thousands of officer francs all over this great nation officer, Frank. He's, he's being Frank. He is, he's just that's his student him. He's here. Frank listing and almost unheard of name any longer. So if somebody uses it. Either older or. You know, just to sit in them started outside fraternity for disillusion cups to just join in another organization. Well, they had a law enforcement against prohibition. I like that, that has now morphed into law enforcement action partnership. So if this officer is listening or any officers like them. I would say that, that is an organization that would agree with you. If you were to go to law enforcement action partnership now, I know law enforcement against prohibition, their website, leap dot C c I think that's still works because it's still the same Akron. They just changed the words of it, and what happened was it used to be officers. Mostly, former retired officers who were against prohibition cross the board against drug prohibition against prohibition on prostitution against prohibition on gambling just against prohibition. And they were great on that issue. But they've since expanded their purview into other issues that are facing policing and making them less trustworthy with the with the people. So, like, for instance, police militarization, they oppose that. And I know we went through some of their, their list they've got a good list of things that deal libertarians would tend to agree with, and this with us to, and this officer would probably really appreciate them. And that is where you could go to my knowledge, the only law enforcement based group that would probably publicly take. These, these stands would be law enforcement action partnership. Yeah. Trying to get the, you know, the tax feeder to acknowledge that there are attacks feeder is very difficult. And these police officers, maybe some of them can come to this conclusion and see the problems for themselves. But ultimately the departments, the brass and, and maybe the union leaders, according to this guy, I don't know what the specifics are not this isn't my particular availa wack. But well, you know, they're going to be very difficult to convince I know that their paychecks, depend on it right in my town where I live, the, you know, the people what they want is they want to patrol that comes by every once in a while, especially the rich folks section. They want the you know, Copco by a couple times a day. They're the rich folks section kit, private security. That's what they should do is a private security. Like the fact is, like think think about it. You know what cop? Cops get the you know, the, the whole shebang goes in with. Being a government bureaucrat. They get a lot paid a lot more. If you just hired. Wackenhut Torola some vehicle through that has we'll flashy lights on top than most of what you're looking to achieve is going to be achieved. You've got somebody who's patrolling somebody who's looking at if they find something they can, you know, ring ring state police, we got a problem, and they'll come down that they're happy to come down when they've got some burglar, that's caught someone who's not hiding out. Yeah. Right. Into mixed presence. No, where you can see the for to prohibit any crime from occurring in the first one that's significantly less costly. Because then you're just hiring a company that has security, well, and you would then have a contract as well. You would have a contract stating how many times a day, they're supposed to roll through what area they're supposed to be protecting. You know what are the minimum requirements for them to achieve this contract? You'd have it in writing. And if they didn't meet those requirements, then you could make you can take action on that. That'd be a contract by elation that's, you know, suitable offense you could take. Into court. Whereas if the government doesn't show up, then they're not liable for anything if they don't roll through twice a day or once a day, or at an ever, then you can't do anything except sitting complained to the city council, and hope they do something about it, and.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Somebody's making a fortune off of this. A fifty million dollar federal government contract to house illegal aliens at another facility that was blocked blocked to the press, and you have to moving them in there. Many of the rooms are sweets from a former hotel you heard me private toilets for the illegals tribe at showers, flat screen TVs, cable, TV soccer fields. You get the picture. Right. Well, guess what? Some people are getting rich off the billion dollar immigration surge. And they're not all Democrats only a handful of US corporations have the honor of long term contracts with federal agencies that deal with the immigration problem. It's a closed shop and for these companies has meant big profits. Big business. So why are you an eye spending so much money on those who break our laws? The answer is because of profiteers who I will name in a moment, you see every television every desk lamp every blade of fake sock. Aggress has a huge markup to it. You heard about the thirty two dollar aspirin. In hospitals. Right. Well, that's nothing compared to what these companies are making in these illegal alien detention facilities. It's connected to the companies that run prisons for profit. Did you know that did, you know, any of this have any of the candidates told you this prisons for profit, did, you know about them? Well, Michael Savage dug into the particulars of one such company. That's making a profit off the immigrant surge. It's called the GAO company. Who are they in the past six years GAO was awarded nine hundred million dollars in ice contracts alone. According to government data by source US and deliver it to you for free right here on the Savage Nation. Now who was the parent company of geo? I'll tell you that in a few minutes before I go back to this disclosure, something that is worthy of a sixty minutes piece. But you won't hear about it. You won't see it on Fox News. You won't see it on the drudge report because I Michael Savage, and the black sheep of the media and Bob, black sheep. I don't give a damn let me tell you something. I've always been a loner, and I will always be a loner, and I'm proud of it. That's why. An independent always have been. And so let me continue for a moment with a slight digression. I am an immigrant, son. I'm the only talk show host in the United States of America. Maybe the only major media figure in the United States of America who is the son of an actual immigrant. Did you know that you didn't know any of that? My grandfather came here, my father came here when he was eight years old. I was born here does that give me a halo? No. But it gives me an insight into both worlds. I have one foot in the old world one foot in the immigrant world and one foot in the American world. I know how immigrants thinking I know the struggles of immigrants so don't throw me into the category of those that you despise because I can guarantee you that the progressives a more elitist than I am this. I can guarantee you that you could liberal hipster friends really hate your guts, if you're an immigrant. So let me continue who are these corporate profiteers who is the parent company of geo corporation Wackenhut corporation, but wait a minute. Who are they? Well, it turns out Wackenhut corporation owns a lot of private. Prisons, and they then funded the American legislative exchange council. Alec did you know about Alec? You didn't hear about Alec except that Michael Savage. Well, what is Alec? What do you mean the American legislative exchange council who are they what they are as a lobbying group there? Tell your elected officials what to vote on. They tell the elected officials where to eat what debris did not operate. They run the country. I ready for this. Because what about the tally will change your view of politics for the rest of your life who is on the American legislative exchange council who runs Alec behind all of these resorts for legal aliens. I have the names because you wanted to know the answers the top shareholders include people, you've never heard of it's actually an international organization, you see they own facilities in the United Kingdom. Australia South Africa in the US, and the top shareholders are George Zoe John Bulkin Norman Carlson, Thomas words, Ma and the ministers. I don't know who they are. But maybe some of their hedge funds or their hedge funds related to them. Maybe familiar to you. Because if you have money in anybody's head. Funds. They likely have money in the GAO group that owns the holy facilities for the legal.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Scott. Thanks for getting started this half hour right here in California has got. Hey, norm. Saw last caller just maybe very angry. I was really busy here. But I had to call. The person Charles doesn't understand that the the intensity of the labor struggle over the last hundred fifty years. You know, everything from Wackenhut and Pinkerton beating up strikers. The way shirt factory fire. The killings on on the port in patron. Cisco. Shootings Ludlow, Colorado. I mean, I mean, here's what here's what here's what Charles needs to understand. Donald Trump and his his cohort are destroying return and truth. They're calling their actions. Donald Trump's thinks that he is on strike. What what do? I mean. I'm assuming you understand what that means. But Charles needs understand what that means. Not. The management does not go on strike management. Fires. Labor goes on strike manage net locks out. This is a lock out. You do not. You do not go and get interest loan for money. That is owed you these people are working for free understand. It's a lot. Yeah. Not to. He doesn't have a beef with the workers. He's not locking him out as part of a labor negotiation. He's locking them out to try and get something from a third party the congress. The workers are going. Eight hundred thousand workers what do you want us to do? How do we force the congress to give you money for your raises monument? Do you don't have a beef with us? You're using us hostages to get something out of these third parties, and they don't seem very interested in giving it to you. So we're stocked with good. Wilbur Ross said this morning, what Rober said this morning is an obscenity. It's an obscenity against every working person. It's fine either class warfare. That's been going on your look how snooty the.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Thanks for getting us. Started this half hour right here in California. Hi is Scott. Hey, norm. Saw that last caller just maybe very angry. I was really busy here. But I had to call the person Charles doesn't understand that the the intensity of the labor struggle over the last hundred fifty years. You know, everything from Wackenhut Pinkerton beating-up strikers. Shirt factory fire. The killings on on the court and patron Cisco. Kline's Ludlow, Colorado. I mean. Here's what here's what Charles needs to understand. Donald Trump and his his cohort are destroying return and truth. They're calling their actions. Donald Trump's thinks that he is on strike. What what does? I mean. I'm assuming you understand what that means patrols Denver with that needs. Not. Management. Does not go on strike management. Fires. Labor goes on strike managing it locks out. This is a lock out you do not. You do not go and get interest loan for money. That is owed you these people are working for free understand. It's a lot. Yeah. He doesn't have a beef with the workers. He's not locking them out as part of a labor negotiation. He's locking them out to try and get something from third party the congress in the workers. Thousand workers eight hundred thousand workers, what do you want us to do? How do we force the congress to give you money for your raises monument? Do you don't have a beef with us you using us as hostages to get something out of these third parties, and they don't seem very interested in giving it to you. So we're stocked with good, right? Wilbur Ross said this morning, what robo says this morning is an sanity. It's an obscenity at every working person. It's a sign of the class warfare. That's been going on your look how snooty the.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

16:04 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Half hour right here in California highest got. Hey, norm. Saw last caller just made me very angry. I would really busy here. But I had to call the person Charles doesn't understand that that the intensity of the labor struggle over the last hundred fifty years. You know, everything from Wackenhut and the Pinkerton. Beating up strikers. The way shirt factory fire. The killings on on the court pampered. Cisco cloud nine Ludlow, Colorado. I mean, I mean Jonah here's what here's what here's what Charles needs to understand. Donald Trump and his his cohort are destroying return and truth. They're calling their actions. Donald Trump's thinks that he is on strike. What what I mean? I'm assuming you understand what that means. But Charles need to understand what that means not. Management. Does not go on strike management. Fires. Labor goes on strike management locks out. This is a lock out. You do not. You do not go and get interest long for money that is owed you. These people are working for free understand. It's a lot. Yeah. Not to he doesn't have a beef with the workers. He's not locking them out as part of a labor negotiation. He's locking them out to try and get something from third party, the congress and the workers. Thousand workers eight hundred thousand workers, what do you want us to? How do we force the congress to give you money for your raises monument? Do you don't have a beef with us you using us as hostages? She gets out of these third parties, and they don't seem very interested in giving it to you. So we're stocking right Wilbur Ross said this morning Ross has this morning is an obscenity. It's an obscenity at every working person. It's a sign of the class warfare. That's been going on here. Look, how snooty the dude is Scott look at how look look at these elitist up across types look at how far away with their yachts and everything that they've walked away from all of us sign of wealth and income inequality class warfare. That's what I'm seeing Scott. I got to leave it there. I appreciate the sentiments. I hear you loud and clear I got one more thought, which is Benedict. Donald really doesn't know what he's doing. He's turned his government. He's turned his administration into a one issue administration. I'm not kidding around here. It's all about this ridiculous racist monument right presidents, real presence, normal president supposed to have an agenda, right? As was evident gender. I wanna do this on healthcare. I wanna do this on housing. I wanna do this on the environment. I wanna do this on labor. I wanna do this. Right. I mean, all different things. He has all of his time all of his energy. Everything is entire so-called administration has been reduced to this ridiculousness. That's not how normal presidents managing administration. And frankly, it's okay. He doesn't get to work until eleven thirty in the morning, anyway, right isn't show. So that means watching TV. Hey, rick. I know, you know, watching TV you're a lawyer here in LA. Hi, eric. Hey, how you doing? I'm doing grandma watching TV. More busy. I'm working, but I paused for a minute timer off norm. Okay. I appreciate it very much. I know what Laura's visa fees. Look like. Right, right. We have to account for every six minutes of our time. It's absurd. But I absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I've got you know, I belong and article to you, which I found in I think tax pro today or whatever one of the journals, I read on a daily basis, and I don't know if any of your listeners know this or if you mentioned it, but Donald Trump has ordered enough IRA throat workers supposedly to go back to work to basically, make sure that the tax refunds and tax returns are processed in a timely fashion. The filing season is due to start on the twenty eighth of January. And so he called up I guess the Commissioner of the IRS Trump's appointee all up like, I think forty six thousand of the eight hundred thousand furloughed workers back to work. So that they can, you know, get ready to start processing these tax returns are gonna start arriving on the twenty eighth. They should all say, no every last one of them. She'd say forget it now. Yeah. Well, you know, the interesting thing is the national treasury employees union. They're they're they're worker union in a collective bargaining agreement. Basically has a clause that allows the employee ease to declare a economic hardship. If you know in the event of a government shutdown, and they can't report to work because of the can't afford the transportation cost to get into work or the can't afford to pay for childcare. Right. And so so that would give them a very good. You know and justifiable reason not to go. They should they should all use every federal workers not getting paid should not work. They should just not work and say, especially the ones in the sensitive job. Like, of course, Trump wants the the IRS workers there because he doesn't want the American people to feel the impact. Right. So the IRS works no way. I'm not going to help you process tax refunds, no way. They're gonna feel the pain. Just like I am. And and the. Air traffic, controllers and all the TSA people. They should just say sorry on not playing your game anymore. You're gonna play mine. You want my labor, you'll open the government? Otherwise, I hope you enjoy these train trips. You're gonna take it across. I hear greyhound still in business. You may want to try them. Yeah. I mean, you know, you get to a point where you know. I was a government employees federal employees for twenty three years. And I got to the point where you know, I probably experienced. I mean, the the big shutdown that I remember was a ninety five and ninety six with Newt Gingrich against Clinton. Absolutely. And and that was supposedly about cutting government spending as I recall and help revive Bill Clinton's presidency and catapulted into a second term. Yeah. It it certainly did. And I I was looking for work at that time because I got tired of being abused. You know, I mean, nobody should be, you know, you hear the phrase wage slaves, but I guess employees should be called non wage slaves. You're not getting paid which is the ultimate insult, right? I'm going to abuse you end and not pay you on top of that. Right, right. Donald Trump's heaven. Rick think about Donald Trump seven he gets to order hundreds of thousands of people to work for no pay. This is like his dream come true. He's been wanting to be is this whole career. Oh, well, he hasn't done it his whole career as far as stiffen the workman and absolutely project that he had. But I mean, I think you know. Yeah. You you you were saying earlier that he's he's like got a single issue, which is to build the wall. I really think norm. His his issue, which can't be stated of the American people is to destroy America. So that Russia prospers that that I think is the that that I think is is operative principle because you know, why why have all these barriers and tariffs again, China terriers, embarrass everywhere. He must have offered a really large sum of money to do that. Because for him. It's all about money, and Rick I have a theory for you, right along your lines. You know, he's had these five meetings with Putin five face to face meetings, where he has done everything he can't keep secrets confiscated interpreters, notes and stuff. It is my belief that he's trying to talk business with Putin. And that that's what he wants new van? Putin is is talking business with them. But the because Putin is manipulating him because Benedict Arnold's moron. Putin says, yes, we will do this project as soon as you do this for me. And he who who's never food's always aimed. Yes. Donald. We will do that. But first you must do this for me. The first you must do this for me is get rid of the sanctions on Oliveira pasta. Get rid of this do this, you know, and he gives them this list and Trump never gets anything. It's always promises of fantastic rich is down the road. But first you must do this for me. That's how you manipulate. I'm the I'm an amateur at this game. And I know how it's done. And this is what this is why Benedict Arnold is covering it all up because he doesn't want people to know that Putin saying, but first you must do this for me. Exactly, I mean, Donald is always looking at things in a transactional manner. But I mean, the guys like got a full house in poker. And he's like acting like he's got a pair of shoes or something. You know, he's he's only beholden to Putin. He's totally. And so it's real real real problem. Rick. I love you always nice to hear from you. Thanks so much. And I appreciate I did see your Email, by the way, I'm not just goes through in detail. But I appreciate you calling in summarizing forest, which is at the IRS has been called back to work, basically the process all tax returns. But in their contract, they have a right to say oh economic hardship economic hardship. And the government look, I let me get let me get this Jacques one eight eight eight three two one six thousand one John. Doc. Oh, it's a pleasure to be on your show. Does a pleasure to hear from you. Thanks for calling. Thank you. I have to the first one. Remember, Donald Trump actually believe that spin all workers? Outraging, but it's true. And so and black and black. They'll never say never say that. But they say it amongst themselves. A lot of his supporters say they're a bunch of black Democrats, and they don't use the black were these in other word. Absolutely, absolutely. Minor shutdown affected. Farmers or coal miners would have been ended right longtime before so I. What happened on Friday? He came out with a report that Trump actually directed. Michael coin to lie. And for the first time. Early on precedent. It. You're coming issue. Now, I know. We action were very, Nick. I I find it on you. How concerned because. Anything? They want. The prosecutor you go making statements to correct anything that he's out there. Otherwise, you'll have to bring statement every every time every day. Now, I started thinking why do that because that was a fog shell would have trigger any peach mint article? And that's why he did. And. I think so. And then I thought I thinking. World bar. The nominee with a very good friend of modern. I thought. It was really it. All completely independent. Why did he have to provide such a statement? I'll tell you why I have I have I haven't exculpatory theory for you. He got alarmed because he saw a bunch of democratic members of congress were assuming it was true and immediately grabbing it and running wild with and heading towards impeachment, and Robert Muller was very very concerned that if Democrats will go into assume that was true and immediately start running towards impeachment. They were going to need some of his files they were going to need some of his evidence, and he was going to get himself prematurely in mashed in a congressional impeachment hearings. And he didn't want any part of it. So he found a lawyerly way to pick at certain pieces of it to make it seem like he disagrees with the thing to try and throw congress off trail. I think that was his theory. He. He didn't. He was very very I think he was alarmed that that congress was just running wild with this thing. And he said, look the American people go run wild with read and all they want. But if congress can stop basing impeachment on this. That's a whole different thing. That's my theory. He didn't wanna get prematurely dragged into the congressional impeachment process. You think it has nothing to do with an injunction coming from the department of Justice? No from. From from Whitaker. Its aim to provide that statement, I have I have a Jacques I'll tell you what tomorrow you, and I will know I'm Sam be very serious. And here's why I'm saying that because today the grand jury met molars grand jury met, and they don't often meet on Thursdays. So and in the past in the past when is grand jury has met on Thursday the next day that Friday, boom. A lot of stuff happens indictments, you know, all kinds of big news. So the Muller grand jury is meeting today or the late in the day. Now they've met today. Now, I don't know if that means it tomorrow, we're gonna get in a whole new raft of indictments Bayrak. I don't want to the thing shutting down it's too late. Now, Matt Whitaker can't shut it down. William bar. Can't shut it down. The Democrats have the house. They're not gonna just act like the whole thing. Went away is not a shock. I appreciate the call. And I understand your concern in his justifiable. But I'm not I'm not that there yet. Let's just chill at Lee. Lisa twenty four hours. Let's see what happens tomorrow. Let's see if Robert Muller drops a whole bunch of of subpoenas. I apart me indictments a just might mean why he's done in the past with grand juries on with his grand jury on Thursday. I now let's see I wanna come back to the to the government shutdown here for a second. And and this is not a joke. I'm not kidding around here. I trust you know, that the people are already quitting their jobs. Right. Federal employees. You can find it on the internet. People are quitting their jobs because they need a job. And they they they've got skills that they can sell in the private sector, and you're like, you're not paying me. And I'm starving, and I can actually make more in the private sector. The government is starting to lose people. This is a real problem real prompt for the government. However for employers is going to be a boon for employers are going to find as a new pool of employees out there. I'm wondering when employers are going to start poaching federal government employees, and why wouldn't you? Why wouldn't you? You're an employer. Why wouldn't you poach a federal government employees mean if they're good? My my oldest brother may he recipes of juries wrestling. But he worked for the Internal Revenue Service for decades. He was one of the top programs a passed away years ago, but he's one of the top programs in Washington DC note kidding around. He was a really skilled with numbers and kind of rain. In many in that way, can is on the autistic..

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"wackenhut" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Are listening to a nation divided. I am Brian done in studio with my producer James out, a low. Jim Hello, Brian. So today, we're going to be talking about two words that too many legal scholars are synonymous with the criminal Justice system mass incarceration, and when we talk about the concept of mass incarceration pull up a chair because I'm just going to read you some numbers. The United States of America has approximately four point four percent of the world's population. The United States of America incarcerates twenty two percent of the world's prisoners. These are just hard numbers. And when I say incarceration what I mean is your job is to be locked up. I'm not talking about someone who's on a weekend facility. I'm talking about someone who is from the moment, you get up until the moment you go to bed. You're in a prison or jail or detention facility or some custodial situation where you have absolutely no freedom to go anywhere. Now, how did this occur? Fortunately, due to our department of Justice. There are very meticulous numbers with regard to the number of individuals that are locked up when they were locked up for what they were locked up, and how long they're going to be locked up, and we can very easily determine how and when our nation began to lead the free world actually the entire world in terms of the number of incarcerated individuals, and it all started around the calendar year one thousand nine hundred and I'm just gonna read you some numbers. You can look these up if you like in nineteen eighty our nation incarcerated a little over half a million people by nineteen Ninety-three that number had risen to nine hundred forty nine thousand by nineteen ninety five. That is a short two years later. The number was just over one point five million as of two thousand the number was one point nine million it rose to two point two million in two thousand twelve and it's held at that level pretty consistently until the last time that they calendar the actual statistics, which would have been two thousand sixteen. Now, if you had tuned in last week, we talked about the war on drugs, and we talked about the impact that the war on drugs hat on the prison population. When we look at the legislation that has been passed. It's very easy for us to determine the exact mechanism of how we began to incarcerate so many individuals over three decades period which had been unprecedented in the United States history. When we talked about, for example, the nineteen Eighty-six anti-drug abuse of Mr. Reagan, and we talked about the position of mandatory minimums. Sentences that gave judges no discretion with regard to the amount of time that could be imposed that imposed a one hundred to one disparity with regard to the possession, and or possession of sale of crack cocaine versus powder, cocaine five grams would get you five years of crack five hundred grams when gets you five years of powder cocaine, and when we talked about the nineteen Ninety-four violent crime, control and law enforcement act of Mr Clinton, and we saw how that particular act created national standards for three strikes penalties and incentivize state governments to impose maximum sentences for what we're in many cases, nonviolent crimes, we see that just those two acts of legislation alone were responsible, or let's just say they were associated with massive increases in the prison population such that over a decade period, we saw it quadruple. So when we look at why this occurred, and how it occurred there. There are several things that are always associated with periods of mass incarceration, and although we talked specifically a lot about the drug crimes and about the proliferation of prisoners within our custodial system for having merely possess drugs. We also are reminded of certain laws that happened here in California. You may remember in nineteen ninety four to three strikes act. It passed overwhelmingly that was an incredibly tragic story involving the death of a little girl by the name of Polly class it received statewide headlines Governor Pete Wilson seized on this tragedy. And what happened was our state passed a law that had never been passed in any state. It basically said that if you have to crimes that are considered serious or violent felonies, the third crime, no matter whether it be serious or violent felony or misdemeanor could result in a twenty five year to life sentence. And if you have a criminal history, even if you steal a pack of gum. They can charge it as a felony because you have violated the law with a prior crime. So what? We saw in California. We saw individuals that were getting twenty five to life, and I'm not exaggerating folks for stealing pizza, stealing bottles of wine, a stealing in one instance, a bite out of a garage a bicycle out of a garage, and I actually had the misfortune of representing some of these individuals. But once again, the majority the vast majority of people that are being locked up during this period of exponential incarceration are drug offenders. And when I say drug offenders, it's not just individuals that possess drugs. Some low level individuals who sell drugs, but it's also just the cycle of drug addiction. It can cause crimes like residential burglary because individuals break into homes to steal drugs. It can cause crimes like petty theft because people steal to support their habit. Does that mean that we should legalize it? That's not what I'm saying. Does. That mean, it's a good thing. That's not what I'm saying. But what I am saying is that these types of individuals all have a common denominator is that. They are posing a threat to the public safety on. Level that a rapist would or an armed robber would or a Bank robber would or someone that is guilty of a violent crime. What yet they're getting just as long as sentence and what's happening as our prisons become filled, and they get more and more individuals in there that are not dealing with serious crimes in the context of threats to public safety. So as we move forward we start to see that over the course of this same time period and specifically beginning in one thousand nine hundred eighty s another thing started to occur. And that thing that started to occur beginning in the nineteen eighties was the institution and the incorporation of specific private corporations whose job was to incarcerate individuals, and there are two main ones in January of nineteen Eighty-three. The corrections. Corporations of America was founded it quickly became a publicly traded company, specializing in the creation of what was a new thing at the time private prisons that means prisons that are owned and run by private individuals, the corporation, gamed wealth, very quickly its stock made its owners wealthy, and there was another one you may have heard of the Wackenhut corporation it got into the business of pride private prisons as well later changed its corporate identity to the GAO group in between the and the GAO group we see as of today over a hundred and thirty private prison facilities within our nation's boundaries. So when we talk about these companies shink Jimmy done some researches to what's happening with the stock of these companies as they start to fill up with inmates. It's fascinating Bryant, you know, when you go back to if you just went back to the year two thousand which is the time when the private prison system started to take off in the United States, and you look at these two companies core civic and geo group is what's called back in two thousand they were both trading for between a dollar and a dollar fifty a share on the stock market back in those days. The Dow Jones industrial average is about ten thousand ten thousand or so correct about half of what it is today. Yeah. Yeah. A little bit less than half. Yeah. So if you run those numbers forward to the year two thousand sixteen just prior to the time that President Obama's administration had announced that the department of Justice would be a suspending the usage of or continuation of private prisons, the core civic and geo group stocks had risen anywhere between fourteen and thirty times their value from the year two thousand so in other words, it was an incredible investment to about halfway through the second term of the Obama administration was a great investment. If you put your money into any of the great stocks in the Dow Jones industrial average called a Chevron or a Microsoft or anything like that. You know, you double your money more or less between two thousand and twenty sixteen thirty two one for a core civic, or it was called CCA when it was founded and the other thing that's interesting about those companies is this tube. Ryan. And the their price to earnings ratio. So that for people that don't know what that means is is that basically, they earn a lot of money. So if you look at like any of the other companies like an IBM or a GE and usually have a PD to twenty thirty one. That's kinda just says how much money do you make per share you own, but these companies are like fifteen P E, which is like again like a Chevron like an oil company. So not only did the stock value skyrocket relatively, but they pay you a lot of money because they make a lot of money, and when we get back from the break, which we will take now we're gonna talk about exactly how they make all of that money. Those folks aren't in those prisons sitting, and we're gonna talk about all of these things when we get back. Thanks for tuning in KABC, seven ninety talk radio. You're listening to a nation divided. You just heard from Jim oats? I am Brian. We'll be right back. The natural habitats of the creepy. Doll.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"The chronic second single grey day and seemingly he did it for no reason at all but didn't easy take all the money from them easy did take all the money reason that's a reason but come on man has mother yeah money is money will get you killed i don't mess with money big once you threaten a guy's mom like that's when like all i think that's when the slates wiped clean there but dray should have known better because even though easy wasn't super hardcore he was still a hell of a lot more real than dry for example after indah broke up easy started selling dope again just because he was bored pay my dad worked for wackenhut what's then why pd had to get back in the game what the hell is this public masturbation business wack wack wack done this joke conversation no honestly you never mentioned wackenhut you'd never mentioned that you have mentioned wackenhut i don't remember what what is it it's a place that your dad takes you when you've been bad in order to jerk out all the bad sauce right we don't need to go into that well easy after drei his feelings were legitimately hurt and not just by dray because ice cube had piled on him as well with possibly the best district of all time no vassil lean but no vastly was against like every four remember of but easy got it pretty hard that's pretty brutal there yeah i mean i it's important to remember once again these are very sensitive artists yeah oh yeah and he's a hard the hard artifice novak selene what was that about i don't want to it's about the wackenhut it's actually a very similar story yeah yeah but easy he didn't take out his hurt feelings on cube because ice keeps going on tut untouchable so like once ice cube took you down like it's fucking done like you can't come back from that okay so instead easy took it all out on drey.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Through the late nineties news continued to spread of the escapes in violence at private prisons and public interest in the war on drugs began to wane the incarceration rate for drug offenses stagnated and soon cca was on the verge of bankruptcy they realized they'd have to change strategies if they wanted to keep turning a profit luckily for them a whole new markets sprang up in two thousand one in response to the terrorist attacks on september eleventh the george w bush administration began a zero tolerance policy for immigrants illegally crossing the border from mexico from two thousand one to two thousand eleven there were four times as many immigrants detained at the border than there were in the previous decade the immigrants had to be held somewhere while they were processed before deportation so cca returned to its roots building an operating immigration detention centres by two thousand five about twenty five percent of immigrants in custody were held in private prisons and by two thousand fourteen that number had risen to sixty two percent this was a huge opportunity for private prisons between two thousand five and two thousand fourteen cca and wackenhut which had since changed its name to gio group had doubled the revenue news and in that same period cca had spent eighteen million dollars and geo group had spent four million dollars lobbying congress for more spending on immigration detention in two thousand ten an act of congress mandated that the department of homeland security maintain at least thirty three thousand four hundred beds in immigration detention centres two years later that quota was raised thirty four thousand technically this doesn't mean all of those beds need to be filled they just need to be available but there are huge incentives for the government to make sure all the available spots in detention centers filled a report from the center for constitutional rights revealed that the contracts between the department of homeland security and private prison corporations stipulate that a minimum number of beds in each facility have to be paid for each day whether they're.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Same way cuomo used bonds from the urban development corporation without needing the approval of voters politically it was almost too good to be true politicians could appear tough on crime without having to raise taxes to build more prisons instead the prisons would be financed by private backers and all the government had to do was pay interest on the corporate bonds that's much easier to sell to the public than a multi million dollar construction project soon another private prison company sprung up in florida to compete with cca wackenhut corrections corporation won its first contract in nineteen eighty seven to operate an immigration detainment center in colorado cca in wackenhut were competitors but there was one area where they could work together pushing for harsher prison sentencing laws both corporations became major contributors to the american ledge slative exchange council aka alec a nonprofit organization that drafts bills for state legislators the organization's membership records show that both cca and wackenhut corporation have held leadership positions on alex crime task force alec played a big role in expanding prison privatization and in keeping those private prisons full the organization pushed for initiatives like truth in sentencing which limits parole opportunities so the criminals have to serve the entire length of their sentence and three strikes laws which require a mandatory life sentence for anyone who's convicted of three felonies it's easy to see why private prisons would be in favor of longer sentences prisons make their money by charging a premium for each inmate the house similar to guests at a hotel the cost of running the prison is more or less the same regardless of.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Planted a planted story more longline to what so as you would you care to elaborate what what was going on with the return tenant colonel erik scholtz that when he was a great pilot and be released that he had died they didn't really slim's the other pilots the die of the bay ejected to safety but they wouldn't talk about the plane what do you think he was doing well i think he was definitely working on something a lot more classified then whatever it wasn't he crashed i i can't imagine that it would have been um some uh russian aircraft stuff that we have that we've been testing forever it just sounds like it would be something out there that we're going to usually just play around at night to keep people from from looking at the crafting and what we're testing elite next generation aircraft or the stuff that we had forever uh things that are could be part of the uh secret space program um yeah it was amended another tie on um look at the wagon had security out there family friends of mine and senator smiler's i was the one who who had set up with this going towards wackenhut the found a loophole to be able to get in the contract so that he could create is there's a agency and because of that loophole in the pinkerton at uh can commit eur ninety three um he was able to to create this through its members to through his law firm uh got them up and running a little one two started running all the security for claes like area fifty one and although all around the world for us sensuous and running handinhand with a cia but uh just remember him back from what you're talking about being runoff under and utah and the people that you're runoff uh wait on area fifty one that just learned they're just a very nasty nasty company um but uh that japan aside i um certain whoever he was and what he was really do a thing that kind of experience pilot um i don't i just don't think it was.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on WJR 760

"Do you have a workout gm do you have a swimming pool do you have a soccer a field in your housing complex well they do did you know that the progressives have created such little villages for them because they purchased under obama luxury hotels and rehab them for the illegal alien children they've offered them all of these benefits including saunas tennis courts luxury pools and more obama who was the the greatest disruptor of the american system in the history of this country a foreign invader could not have done more damage to this nation that did this interloper from honolulu if that's where he was born the obama administration actually bought a luxury hotel to converted into a facility for juvenile illegal aliens many made millions on it billions on this i actually have a copy of the rfp that's call the re request for a proposal that was put out in january of 2015 for housing and clothing and feeding these immigrant children who were not born here obama and his minions were plotting to bring them in all along but many were making a fortune often i figured out a long time before but i didn't know who they were but i got the rfp i found the fifty million dollar federal government contract the house illegal aliens at another facility that was blocked and yet they were moving them in any way many of the rooms are our suites private toilets and showers flatscreen and cable tv soccer fields some people are getting rich off them and who are these people who are these good americans who are living the high life while you have to go back to get the picture is a group called the geo group g e o grew the g geo group in the past number of years there were awarded over billion dollars an ice contracts alone a billion dollars that we know of who is the parent company of geo cooperation wackenhut corporation which owns a lot of private prisons and funded the american legislative exchange council or alec what is alec alik is a lobbying group they tell you were elected officials what the vote on they tell the elected officials where to eat what the breed than how to operate the lobbyists run the country are you ready for the rest of this what am about the tell you will change your view of politics for the rest of your life who's running this company which helps.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on KELO

"Do you have a workout gm do you have a swimming pool do you have a soccer field in your housing complex well they do did you know that the progressives have created such little villages for them because they purchased under obama luxury hotels and we have them for the illegal alien children they've offered them all of these benefits including saunas tennis courts luxury pulls and more obama who was the greatest disruptor of the american system in the history of this country a foreign invader could not have done more damage it should this nation that did this interloper from honolulu if that's where he was born the obama administration actually bought a luxury hotel the converted into a facility for juvenile illegal aliens many made millions on it billions on this i actually have a copy of the rfp that's call the re request for a proposal that was put out in january of 2015 for housing and clothing and feeding these immigrant children who were not born here obama and his minions were plotting to bring them in all along but many were making a fortune often i figured out a long time before but i didn't know who they were but i got the rfp i found the fifteen million dollar federal government contract to house illegal aliens at another facility that was blocked and yet they were moving them in any way many of the rooms are our suites private toilets and showers flatscreen in cable tv soccer fields some people are getting rich off them and who are these people who are these good americans who are living the high life while you have to go back to get the picture is a group called the gio group g e o grew the g group in the past number of years there were awarded over billion dollars an ice contracts alone a billion dollars that we know of who is the parent company of geo cooperation wackenhut corporation which owns a lot of private prisons and funded the american legislative exchange council or alec what is alec alik is a lobbying group they tell you were elected officials what the vote on they tell.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on KKAT

"Do you have a workout gm do you have a swimming pool do you have a soccer field in your housing complex well they do did you know that the progressives have created such little villages for them because they purchased under obama luxury hotels and rehab them for the illegal alien children they've offered them all of these benefits including saunas tennis courts luxury pools and more obama who was the greatest disruptor of the american system in the history of this country a foreign invader could not have done more damage to this nation that did this interloper from honolulu if that's where he was born the obama administration actually bought a luxury hotel the converted into a facility for juvenile illegal aliens many made millions on it billions on this by actually have a copy of the rfp that's call the re request for a proposal that was put out in january of 2015 for housing and clothing and feeding these immigrant children who were not born here obama and his minions were plotting to bring them in all along but many were making a fortune often i figured out a long time before but i didn't know who they were but i got the rfp i found the fifteen million dollar federal government contract the house illegal aliens at another facility that was blocked and yet they were moving them in any way many of the rooms are our suites private toilets and showers flatscreen cable tv soccer fields some people are getting rich off them and who are these people who are these good americans who are living the high life while you have to go back to get the picture is a group called the gio group g e o group the geo group in the past number of years there were awarded over billion dollars an ice contracts alone a billion dollars that we know of who is the parent company of geo corporation wackenhut corporation which owns a lot of private prisons and funded the american legislative exchange council or alec what is alec alik as a lobbying group they tell you were elected officials what the vote on they tell the elected officials where to eat what to breathe in how to operate the lobbyists run the country why you ready for the rest of this what am about the tell you will change your view of all it takes for the rest of.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on WTMA

"Do you have a workout gm do you have a swimming pool do you have a soccer field in your housing complex well they do did you know that the progressives have created such little villages for them because they purchased under obama luxury hotels and rehab them for the illegal alien children they've offered them all of these benefits including saunas tennis courts luxury pools and more obama who was the greatest disruptor of the american system in the history of this country a foreign invader could not have done more damn it to this nation that did this interloper from honolulu if that's where he was born the obama administration actually bought a luxury hotel to converted into a facility for juvenile illegal aliens many made millions on it billions on this i actually have a copy of the rfp that's call the re request for a proposal that was put out in january of 2015 for housing and clothing and feeding these immigrant children who were not born here obama and his minions were plotting to bring them in all along but many were making a fortune often i figured out a long time before but i didn't know who they were but i got the rfp i found the fifteen million dollar federal government contract to house illegal aliens at another facility that was blocked and yet they were moving them in any way many of the rooms our suites private toilets and showers flatscreen in cable tv soccer fields some people are getting rich off them and who are these people who are these good americans who are living the high life while you have to go back to get the picture is a group called the gio group g e o group the geo group in the past number of years there were awarded over billion dollars an ice contracts alone a billion dollars that we know of who is the parent company of geo cooperation wackenhut corporation which owns a lot of private prisons and funded the american legislative exchange council or alec what is alec alik as a lobbying group they tell you were elected officials what the vote on they tell.

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"wackenhut" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"wackenhut" Discussed on WLOB

"Have a workout gm do you have a swimming pool who do you have a soccer field and your housing complex well they do did you know that the progressives have created such little villages for them because they purchased under obama luxury hotels and rehab them for the illegal alien children they've offered them all of these benefits including saunas tennis courts luxury pools and more obama who was the greatest disruptor of the american system in the history of this country a foreign invader could not have done more damage to this nation that did this interloper from honolulu if that's where he was born the obama administration actually bought a luxury hotel the converted into a facility for juvenile illegal aliens many made millions on it billions on this i actually have a copy of the rfp that's called request for a proposal that was put out a january of 2015 for housing and clothing and feeding these immigrant children who were not born here obama and his minions were plotting to bring them in all along but many were making a fortune often i figured out a long time before but i didn't who they were but i got the rfp i found the fifteen million dollar federal government contract to house illegal aliens at another facility that was blocked and yet they were moving them in any way many of the rooms are suites private toilets and showers flatscreen cable tv soccer fields some people are getting rich off them and who are these people who are these good americans who are living the high life while you have to go back to get the picture is a group called the jio group g e o group the g o group in the past number of years there were awarded over billion dollars an ice contracts alone a billion dollars that we know of who is the parent company of geo cooperation wackenhut corporation which owns a lot of private prisons and funded the american legislative exchange council or alec what is alec alik is a lobbying group they tell you were elected officials what.

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