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Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"News continues on two 35 President Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin spoke Tuesday for about two hours on video about Russian troops massing at the border with Ukraine WTO national security correspondent JJ green says their retaliation President Biden is considering if Russia decides to invade Those aren't just going to be the average sanctions They are going to target Vladimir Putin his inner circle they're also going to impact the Russian ability to access the international banking system the swift system There's also this concern about a buildup of military activity on the border with Russia from other countries There's also this concern about the Nord stream two gas pipeline that Russia wants so desperately to have working WTO national security correspondent JJ green a judicial official says a suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France RTL and France reports the Saudi suspect to lead 8 a la tebe was arrested at Charles De Gaulle airport near Paris as he was trying to board a flight to Riyadh He was one of over a dozen Saudi officials sanctioned by the US Treasury in 2018 over Khashoggi's killing and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul turkey Khashoggi was a prominent critic of the Saudi government and worked for The Washington Post Saudi Arabia held a trial for some of those involved in the killing sentencing 5 to death before sparing them of execution I'm Ed Donahue traffic and weather next on WTO P two 37 If you or a loved one has been living with unyielding pain.
Suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi arrested
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Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on AP News Radio
"A judicial official in France as a suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France RTL in France reports the Saudi suspect elite 8 allocate B. was arrested at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris as he was trying to board a flight to Riyadh he was 1 of over a dozen Saudi officials sanctioned by the US treasury in 2018 over because Georgie's killing and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey showed he was a prominent critic of the Saudi government and worked for The Washington Post Saudi Arabia held a trial for some of those involved in the killing sentencing 5 to death before sparing them of execution I'm a Donahue a judicial official in France as a suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France RTL in France reports the Saudi suspect elite 8 allocate B. was arrested at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris as he was trying to board a flight to Riyadh he was 1 of over a dozen Saudi officials sanctioned by the US treasury in 2018 over because Georgie's killing and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey the show G. was a prominent critic of the Saudi government and worked for The Washington Post Saudi Arabia held a trial for some of those involved in the killing sentencing 5 to death before sparing them of execution I'm a Donahue a judicial official in France as a suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France RTL in France reports the Saudi suspect elite 8 allocate B. was arrested at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris as he was trying to board a flight to Riyadh he was 1 of over a dozen Saudi officials sanctioned by the US treasury in 2018 over because Georgie's killing and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey showed he was a prominent critic of the Saudi government and worked for The Washington Post Saudi Arabia held a trial for some of those involved in the killing sentencing 5 to death before sparing them of execution I'm a Donahue a judicial official in France as a suspect in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France RTL in France reports the Saudi suspect elite 8 allocate B. was arrested at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris as he was trying to board a flight to Riyadh he was 1 of over a dozen Saudi officials sanctioned by the US treasury in 2018 over because Georgie's killing and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey the show G. was a prominent critic of the Saudi government and worked for The Washington Post Saudi Arabia held a trial for some of those involved in the killing sentencing 5 to death before sparing them of execution I'm a Donahue
Ric Grenell: What's Happened to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library?
"Things I saw a Twitter and I agree a 100% What in the hell has happened to the Reagan library Yeah Boy I'll tell you it's certainly not what the Ronald Reagan message and legacy should be And I would say Ronald Reagan was somebody who always wanted to stand up for America and conservative values And yet I think typical of people who manage legacies of great people it begins to morph into their own ideas of what the former president should be or the figure should be And I think that's what's happened here I mean most people are really shocked to find out that the very powerful long-term chairman of the Ronald Reagan presidential library and foundation is also the handpicked guy who runs The Washington Post the CEO The CEO head of the board And he's somebody that The Washington Post crowd really likes because he's been there for a very long time as well It's hard for me to think about somebody doing both jobs in a good way in a way that keeps true to what the mission is but somehow Fred Ryan has
Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on Mark Levin
"How are you my friend Mark I'm doing great Thanks for having me My pleasure I want to eat a few things I saw a Twitter and I agree a 100% What in the hell has happened to the Reagan library Yeah Boy I'll tell you it's certainly not what the Ronald Reagan message and legacy should be And I would say Ronald Reagan was somebody who always wanted to stand up for America and conservative values And yet I think typical of people who manage legacies of great people it begins to morph into their own ideas of what the former president should be or the figure should be And I think that's what's happened here I mean most people are really shocked to find out that the very powerful long-term chairman of the Ronald Reagan presidential library and foundation is also the handpicked guy who runs The Washington Post the CEO The CEO head of the board And he's somebody that The Washington Post crowd really likes because he's been there for a very long time as well It's hard for me to think about somebody doing both jobs in a good way in a way that keeps true to what the mission is but somehow Fred Ryan has done that And his name is Fred Ryan He started out at a very low position in the Reagan administration And worked his way up into the closeness of Nancy Reagan and Ronald Reagan family but substantively was never very Very heavy dirty now I campaigned for Reagan and 76 campaign and 80 served 8 years We all know who Fred Ryan was And but the idea that he would become the head of The Washington Post newspaper and also the head of the Reagan library So when you look at the board of the Reagan library there's a few really solid people on there I said a few There's only a handful of Reagan guys on the sport I know who the Reagan he's loaded it up with corporatists He's loaded it up with sort of Republican establishment times He's turning the Regan library into the Gerald Ford library It's shocking Look it's really a shocking It's unacceptable and here's the other thing Mark is that the Reagan family And I don't mean just the personal family but The White House family the people that protect the Ronald Reagan legacy They allowed Fred Ryan to single handedly hone the legacy of Ronald Reagan into whatever Fred Ryan wants it to be I would argue that it's very inconsistent right now with who Ronald Reagan is Let me give you one perfect example And this is the situation that set me off Listening to secretary defense Lloyd Austin Go and be welcomed at the Ronald Reagan library to host the Reagan defense form To be ushered in national television and to be allowed to talk about China without saying a word about the incredible failure of Afghanistan We're just a few weeks away from this awful fallout and embarrassment for the United States And our defense secretary is bumbling through an interview and giving a speech on China and avoiding every possible question or push to answer some basic questions Why did we leave 10% of the Americans behind Ronald Reagan would have never led ten left 10% of the people behind And yet our Secretary of Defense is at the Reagan library not even answering the question mark Think about that And you know Rick there are plenty of libraries where Austin should show up You got the Carter library You've got the Kennedy folks up in Massachusetts and everything And I noticed that you're not seeing reaganites and you're not seeing Trump people Speaking of now every other year when my books come out I go to the Reagan library I've done this as a tradition We sell out this is a brag This is to explain we sell it faster than anybody else I'm an old Reagan guy And this last time we had like 1500 people or 1800 people It's massive And meanwhile shortly thereafter they have Chris Christie there And I'm reading that They have about 300 people in the audience I'm thinking well who the hell invited Chris Christie I mean Chris Christie is not a rag and I despite what he might say He clearly is not And then I look at who else they're going to invite They have other speakers and what they mostly have in common is that they are not conservatives They undermine the prior president and they are tolerating sort of this makeover of the Reagan library It looks like they've cleaned out the board of most not all He got some you got some great ones on there but you've got very few of them that they've cleaned out the sport and you're right I see these big foundations that could serve as when they died billionaires They leave it And the bureaucracy takes over Then they move hard left And you pointed this out I see this with Fred Ryan Fred Ryan is more interested in advancing the ideas of The Washington Post than Ronald Reagan I think I doubt that there's a single person in the world that Jeff Bezos and Ronald Reagan would agree on to run their legacies And yet Fred Ryan is running both of them Look I disagree with you in one way And I think that the only library that secretary Austin should be speaking.
How Scary Is Omicron?
"How scary is on the crime yesterday's story by Carolyn Johnson and Joel ochin Bach and the Wall Street in The Washington Post. It's the very best story. The answer is we will know in about ten days. It could be not scary at all or it could be terrifying. It's spreading fast, but it could be a mere mild version of delta, it may also, and this is the dark side. We don't know. Target children far more viciously than the previous varieties of coronavirus have. We do not know. We will know if you want to read all of the good science, go to my Twitter feed and hear your scroll down and I linked the Carolyn Johnson and Joe akin Bach piece. Why didn't the U.S. detect on the case of center doesn't matter? They're going to be more variance. That was The New York Times spent this much paper on that. I didn't even bother reading it. Doesn't matter. It's here. Doesn't matter who messed up or if anyone messed up, the data on the severity is encouraging, according to Doctor Fauci, and I don't really believe much of Doctor Fauci anymore, but I don't think he would be a risk another major error in his presentation.
Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"On a 6000 series train He says his team is now reviewing documents metro just gave them on safety checks to get the 7000 series trains back in service Metro has said it will continue its scale back train service until at least the end of the year It was expected and now it's happened The D.C. council okayed the renaming of Woodrow Wilson high In the first of two required votes the council approved changing the name to Jackson Reed after the school's first black principal Vincent Reed and the school's first black teacher at na Jackson In recent months some including mayor Bowser pushed for the school to be renamed after playwright August Wilson but others said it should have read in Jackson's names because of their direct ties to the city and the school By 42 knew this afternoon a man is arrested at a French airport in connection with a 2018 disappearance and murder of Saudi born journalist Jamal Khashoggi of The Washington Post The arrest took place as the suspect was about to board a flight to Saudi Arabia the man detained as a 33 year old described as a former member of the Saudi royal guard Jamal Khashoggi was killed in October 2018 after he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul intelligence sources have accused the Saudi government of orchestrating the killing at the time of his death Khashoggi was a vocal critic of Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman Khashoggi's fiance says she welcomes the arrest Steve federman CBS News President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden marked the 80th anniversary of the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor this morning with an early morning visit to the World War II memorial down on the mall The president touched wreath there he saluted the First Lady.
Supreme Court Seems Ready to Launch Social and Political Earthquakes
"Headlines on the row case yesterday. It's actually the dobbed case about row. From The Wall Street Journal, Supreme Court majority shows openness to Mississippi's precedent breaking abortion law. From The New York Times, Supreme Court appears open to upholding Mississippi abortion restriction from The Washington Post. Supreme Court seems inclined to uphold Mississippi abortion law that would undermine roe V wade. And from The Wall Street Journal editorial page, an abortions crossroad at the Supreme Court, this part of their editorial this morning. These columns have long supported the policy of legal abortion before viability albeit uneasily. As technology has revealed the development of the fetus. I don't agree with that, but they are libertarian leaning at The Wall Street Journal. I'm Catholic. I think it's wrong. I believe if you're pregnant, you have to have the baby and given the rise of safe haven laws across the United States. If you don't want the baby, go give the baby away. And it will be well taken care of my loving parents. The burden of pregnancy is simply not enough to justify ending that life. It is very inconvenient. It's very hard. It may lead to shame and cost and some sorrow and some risk to the mother. I know all that. But that life is life. And if you get to a doctor, the doctor will take care of you for free if necessary. Give you a prenatal care. And when the baby is born, you can give that baby away. There's no downside. None whatsoever. Safe haven laws. They came up a lot in the Supreme Court argument yesterday because they matter. The burden that used to be lifelong is no longer life long. The safe haven laws are in every state now. You can give away that baby. And it's up to the church, by the way, especially the Catholic Church in any church that has been pro life all these 50 plus years. It's up to us to step up and add even more resources and make them even more available to women having a crisis pregnancy. One they didn't plan on, one that they fear, one that may lead to abuse. And it's important for us to be there for them in a way that we haven't ever been before and perhaps it will unleash a flood of taking care of children in need and finding new adoption of possibilities and finding new parents and taking care of those moms. Crisis pregnancy centers, thank you all these years for waiting. Not over yet. But I think the day is coming when people are going to rush to you to help because they know for sure. It's the only alternative for moms and crisis.
Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"I'll give you a quick canvas story. Years ago, kamba is at Yukon and it's the year he was national player of the year. And he had already blown up completely. And I was covering, I think it was from The Washington Post. I was covering the UConn women. We're going to break the record. The all time wins record for the program that night. And I was their interview in Canada for a story at a hotel near the Bradley airport for some reason. I don't know if they were staying there or flying out, but I don't remember what it was, but I was there talking to Kemba. And I was going into the women's game and I asked any of the guys that was a year of aloe teriyaki who's from role. I'd known him Jamal Koons and other local kid. And I asked all of them, I said, hey, if you guys want to ride in, I'm going in, I'll take you back. If you really want one after the game, even though it's out of my way. And I end up driving Kemba in danelle Beverly, his best friend at the time into the Harvard civic center. And I want to drop them off. I said, hey guys, if you need me, text me after the game, I'll probably be a good hour hour and a half after I write. But if you really need a ride, let me know. Thank you. There's no way. Kemba Walker, like everybody's going to walk by him. How many people are going to offer him a ride back? So, you know, half hour, 45 minutes after the game goes by an hour goes by all the sudden I get a text from Kim, but he said, hey, we're sitting up here in the lobby of the Hartford civic center. Whenever you're ready, you know, if you can drive us back, that'd be awesome. So, you know, I've come up, nobody. They're the only ones left in the Harvard civic center. And I looked at Campbell and really like, nobody offers people offered, but no big deal, whatever. Waiting, you know? That's how he was. And that's that describes Kemba Walker unassuming, no ego whatsoever. So I feel bad that we're seeing this potentially end of Kemba Walker's career when he's not that old. And he finally had a chance to play for some winning organizations in the NBA and it just hasn't worked out for him because of his knee issues. Yeah. Now this is a shame, but I think it's a move that timid I had to make though. We can't guard. He can't guard at all. That's his biggest problem right now. Well, she hate to see it because of injury, but yeah, I mean, you have to go to the bench like you said, okay, we have some college who coming up with just a minute. Bob Ryan is passionate about a new number one. I feel like Casey casement Americans have 40. We have a new number one this week. With a bullet. Okay, anyways. These days it can be hard to find and hire the right candidates for your.
Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified
"I want to stop and ask you to pray for the people of Oakland county and Oxford township, Michigan, where three students were murdered 8 injured, three of whom are in critical condition of 15 year old boy, a 17 year old girl and a 14 year old girl who was on a ventilator. And of course, hundreds traumatized and the high school, well, the high school gets kudos for me. Because when a 15 year old boy walked in with the hand gun that his father had bought legally on Black Friday and opened fire, I believe a total of 17 people were wounded in some way, three dead three struggling for their lives. And those three who are dead could be any kid anywhere. I'm looking at their names in the New York Post report, not The Washington Post report. Tate Meyer, a 16 year old standout football player at Oxford high school, died of his wounds on the way to the hospital and the vaccine of patrol car. Hannah saint giuliana, a 14 year old Madison Baldwin, a 17 year old. This could be kids anywhere any high school anywhere. This is a TikTok video made by one of the students who is not injured if you're watching on the Salem news channel. Please do download it. It's just better to watch the sale on this channel. This is what they would see and listen to what they say. Yes. They come out. Let me stop for a second set this up. The video is of about, I would guess 15 to 20 students inside they're very well trained.
The Media Refuses to Recognize the Monster of Waukesha Christmas Parade
"Because CNN said it, a car drove through a parade. A car. Washington Post, an axe, and people call it in an accident, was no accident. How could anybody call this an accident? This evil monster. A felony, and this guy, wow. What a piece of work he is, what a piece of work this guy is. I mean, beating up his girlfriend, felony charges, convicted felon, trying to find the story about who this guy really is. It's unreal. What this guy is all of what this guy guy know business being out on the streets. And yet, the media refuses to talk about it. I'm not going to say his name. I hate giving anybody even the notoriety that maybe they seek. This 39 year old felon was slapped in cuffs May 26th outside the county hearth in and Union City Georgia. According to police records obtained by Fox News, a witness allegedly overheard this guy pummel his 30 year old girlfriend and the mother of one of his children through the motel wall at about one a.m. and confronted him. Cops responded, they concluded he had struck his girlfriend, she had bruising redness around her eyes. He was arrested for battery, 5 months later. He ran the same woman over. Now listen to this. On November 2nd, this monster, according to prosecutors, ran his girlfriend over with the same red Ford escape that he used to kill all those people and walk ashore Wisconsin.
What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?
"Jake, I spent Sunday after the crowded dispersed reading build back better the House version. I mean, I'm at page 800 now, taking notes. I've gotten two columns out of it. I could write columns forever. It's the most absurd thing, including my Washington Post column this morning is about $3 billion in equity, which is up to Tom vilsack. A canny politician who has run for president before to distribute if it gets to the Senate. How much are they gonna carve out of this in the Senate? Salt deduction of tree equity, a 122 billion for homeless funding. What's going to go? So that's a good question. I think the major things that's going to go through are not those things. I think the major things that are going to go are the big things that mansion does not like. I mean, Pelosi has basically indicated if you listen, you read between the lines that the bill is pretty much set besides for some of these big provisions which are obviously huge and quite influential that mansion is going to have problems with. So that includes expansion of Medicare, paid leave provisions, the stuff. I think the rest of it, the small stuff that people will pick at and will be kind of the stars of election season ads are going to stay. That's just my
Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?
"The Washington examiner has a story today 40% for zero 40% of migrants released in Texas border city test positive for COVID-19 Released in the city The Biden administration is dumping COVID positive illegal immigrants in the cities of Texas and saying deal with it And then The Washington Post is writing stories about how the COVID rate is high in Texas It's the rate is higher in Louisiana but since the Democrat governor there John bell Edwards he's Democrats so that's not in the Russian poster The Washington examiner dateline Austin Texas the city of Laredo Texas has refused to take in migrants who have been bused in from elsewhere on the border after discovering 40% of them tested positive for the coronavirus according to two local government
Remember When Biden Killed Domestic Oil Production to Rely on International Sources?
"Joe Biden came in and immediately killed the Keystone XL pipeline killing thousands of high paying union jobs It's about energy and dependence And then he okayed the Russian oil and gas pipeline going to Germany because that helps out Russia and Putin Remember Hunter Biden got three and a half $1 million from the wife of the mayor of Moscow but pay no attention to that That's not a news story No controversy there He okayed the pipeline had undermines NATO because NATO was stood up was created the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to stare down and oppose Russia and the Soviet Union And that's Vladimir Putin is doing what he can to reconstitute the Soviet Union which he called the collapse of the Soviet Union The greatest or one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century All that good stuff So he's helping out Russia and Putin and undermining NATO by okaying the gulf what Nordstrom two pipeline And undermining the United States and energy independence by doing away with the Keystone XL pipeline and all those thousands of union jobs They lie to you about how many jobs were involved And no there were only 7 jobs They literally came up with ridiculous numbers like that Well now a new story popped yesterday not because of the funnies at The Washington Post or anything But a memo was uncovered And the Jake Sullivan the national security adviser to the current president of the United States On the need for reliable and stable global energy markets And now you see the Biden White House is going to OPEC The organization of petroleum exporting countries And that would be Saudi Arabia to Venezuela and a number of countries in between And they're asking OPEC to increase
Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'
"We're back one on one. This is America first with me Sebastian gorka and Newt Gingrich. Speak again, which let's talk about my former boss the 45th president United States. To you, what did his victory in 2016 mean? I find it amusing that as an immigrant to this nation, I have to remind my fellow Americans that it was the first time in our republic's history that we elected a non politician or a non retired military officer to the highest post in the land. How much for you did he change American politics inexorably? Well, I think if you look at Glenn young Ken's victory, you see an example of it. I mean, young gun campaigned on lowering taxes, less regulation, more jobs. He campaigned on taking on the culture war. Things that I think certainly on the culture war front the traditional Republicans would never have touched. Trump, I think I thought it was an extraordinarily important victory because I always tell people it's not that Trump is a great conservative. I don't think he sat around reading Bill Buckley and trying to understand theoretical conservatism. But Trump was the most effective anti liberal. I've ever seen. He just applied common sense. And did any act that he did things all day every day, and he was steadily methodically taking apart the left's world, which is why they hated him. And why they rigged the election and spent so much time for some literally from before his election. I mean, the first article in The Washington Post on impeachment is like April of 2016. And the day that he is being inaugurated, there's an article in the post on impeachment. And the day after his inauguration, there is a huge crowd and Madonna talks about how she envisions The White House getting blown up as a positive experience. And it was an unending four year war in part because Trump is a genuine threat. He's the first time I think since Andrew Jackson that you had a genuine threat to the
Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M
"So what is the deal? I'm gonna have a column up at The Washington Post shortly on Nancy Pelosi, $200 million for the presidio park. What is the deal with that, Jake? How in the world does someone justify $200 million for your neighborhood park? Well, it is a very nice park, but you're right. I actually have not completely seen how they how in the text it directs the money to the presidio park, whether it makes the presidio park eligible for the funds or as you know you, but many people don't know sometimes in the era of note earmarks, sometimes language is written that only makes one entity eligible like it says for parks that include X Y and Z and our of a certain size. But yes, I mean, listen, this is the power of being a congressional leader, right? I mean, we saw how Rogers used to do this when he was the appropriation share used to shuffle lots of money to Kentucky and Shelby Richard Shelby of Alabama does the same thing for Alabama. But you're absolutely right. It's something that people are outraged about.
Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations
"Well our friends at our friends at Americans for tax reform One inform you about something On page 1957 and this is being voted on tonight 1957 of the reconciliation bill such a nice passive name given to such destructive activity Democrats have included a 1.67 billion special tax handout to media companies Hello under the guise of helping local journalists In reality the provision is a product of the D.C. lobbing swamp and will benefit large media corporations Companies of any size are eligible for the tax credit You know like Comcast AT&T think about it The New York Times The Washington Post broadcast print and digital companies all qualifying Each company is allowed to claim the tax credit for up to 1500 of their employees How many humble village newspapers do you know then employ 1500 people The associated depressed recently reported that the gani corporation publisher of USA Today could get as much as 127.5 million dollars Should the tax break become law They wrote gannett one of the nation's largest remaining newspaper chains could gain as much as a $127.5 million over 5 years Kinetic is a market capitalization of $780 million It's 2020 revenue was 3.4 billion
'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’
"One more note here is we're watching the Kenosha trial of Kyle rittenhouse. Remember the Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandman who won millions of dollars from the mainstream media, one of the few people I've ever seen to take on the beast and he won. By the way, that kid get all that money? 'cause it was like 20 some $1 million. Is that kid walking around with like $27 million in his bank account? He filed defamation lawsuits as you'll recall against CNN, Washington Post NBC for out of context portrayals of the then 16 year old student, appearing to mock the Native American Nathan Phillips. He won like millions. Well, Nicholas Sandman is saying that Kyle rittenhouse should do the same that he did and filed a defamation suit against the media beast. Maybe a couple of maybe a couple of rich kids thanks to the mainstream media
The Epoch Times Reports Jan. 6 Defendants Were Sprayed With Unknown Substance
"The epic times which is actually a very good paper by the way Very good to say Multiple January 6 defendants were taken out of their cells on stretchers at the district at Columbia Joe November 11 according to a court filing They sprayed something on them And I'm wondering if Philip bump is going to get down there and find out what the hell happened get off his fat ass from The Washington Post over there and just check it out He defends anything that's done to these people and everything that's done to these people He defends it But no he's not going to He's not going to Because he believes in it This is exactly what I've been talking about When I come to the meeting and not just the mean of course the Marxist left they could care
Tiffany Cross Is Stuck on 'Racist' Truck Drivers Versus Other Major Media Companies?
"The is not even an intelligent person You know they used to have Tim Russert that guy was unbelievable And before him Joel spivak and then they purposely lower their stainless but I have a question folks Here's the anchor on meet the press right What's his race mister White They have their Sunday show on ABC George Stephanie what's his race White They have a Sunday show on CBS nobody watches it What's his or her race White Isn't that amazing Jeff mother Zucker What's his ray He's white I can go right down the list Let's look at AT&T Board a director see ya White What's that all about The ownership of The New York Times always has been white they're immigrants Oh Look at The Washington Post who's at the head of The Washington Post a guy named Fred Ryan White Why does white can be That amazing An activity cross is there talking about truck drivers truck drivers She's met truck drivers and most of them she happens to know an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 We can't have that in America No no no In Tiffany what have you done for your country What have you done for anybody What have you done for black people Nothing You're a loser All you do is attack people
Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It
"Now Here's this Catherine rampal from The Washington Post I mean this is just comical She's on Brian stelter's show the coffee boy there And stouter of course it's just a great scene doesn't understand any of this though right But she's talking about inflation and comically states that Joe Biden has almost no control on what happens with inflation which is really weird because let me read this to you This is an actual headline I'm not trying to be funny I'm not trying to be silly This is an actual New York Post headline Steve Nelson November 10th 2021 Biden concedes his COVID stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation President Biden wins they conceded that inflation's at a three decade high because quote people have more money now as a result of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus legislation recognizing essential point made by people who are arguing against a nearly $2 trillion sequel So just to be clear folks Joe Biden himself is now admitting because his lies have become untenable Joe Biden is now admitting that his decision to engage in this bill is the so called infrastructure bill which is really a poor deal spill right Is causing the inflation crisis because they had to print a lot of money to pay for it But here's the media bringing the righty Jim get very Brown get Mariano out of the bullpen and her Sandman bring the right hand No I love Marietta comparing him to these idiots It's an insult to the great Mariano right Bring it we gotta think of a really bad reliever in the past Bring in There we go there's a Rivera was one of the good guys Think of like bringing turd Ferguson out of the bullpen Bring it to the right Turn Ferguson time Here he comes out of the bullpen We have Ricky Vaughn before they put the glasses on Just a bit outside Here they are Here's the media to the rescue out of the bullpen Catherine rampal say no Biden's got nothing to do with it despite the fact Biden already admitted that their printing a bunch of money has a lot to do with it Check this out My general view about all of this is that the media Republicans and now The White House are laboring under the collective delusion that the president can do something about prices that the president controls prices That is incorrect And yet that is the premise of so much news coverage right now whether it's Fox News or other right wing coverage talking about hashtag Biden or saying you know why is Biden not doing more about gas prices or even more ostensibly more neutral or objective news organizations asking officials at The White House Why aren't you doing something about inflation He is all ready admitted the
Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians
"You hear it. This is a Washington Post columnist. And she used to call herself a conservative. I don't think she even bothers anymore. She's not. She's a conservative Republican Trump hating angry, angry little woman. I mean, man, is she nasty? And I remember seeing her on Tucker Carlson one night and it was so embarrassing the way Tucker just sliced and diced her. And this is what these folks need to keep doing because it confirms what we suspect that they really don't get it. They don't New Jersey, Virginia meant nothing to them. They think it was a blip on the radar. They think that Biden's 38% approval rating in The Washington Post ABC News poll? This week, pay no attention to that. They doubled down as evidenced by one gen Reuben. The mainstream media is part of this. They cover these issues. And then they go right back to having Republicans on talk shows asking them about other issues. Allowing them to air their phony grievances. Rather than grilling them incessant about why they tolerate this behavior. This is fascistic behavior. This is what fascist regimes do. They use extra outside the balance of reasonable democratic small D methods of getting their way. They intimidate they threat. They use the threat of violence. And this is absolutely intolerable. And it's been going on for years now in the Republican Party. And I think number one, the House should do something about it. And by the way, I think they might get a couple of Republican votes at least, both congresswoman Liz Cheney and congressman Adam kinzinger have said they might be inclined to go along with it, which I think would be very healthy. But I think you also have to have some new ground rules for the media. I think they have to stop treating Republicans like normal politicians. They're not normal politicians. This is not normal conduct. This is a party that spends its entire time cooking up these ridiculous cultural memes, fanning violence. And coming up with outright lies. We ought to just get out of their way. We ought to just get out of their way and let them keep spewing that kind of garbage and that ridiculousness let them keep doing it. Because we're going to win in such a massive
Biden Administration Blames Everyone but Themselves for America's Mess
"I had a great editorial by Jonathan Tobin over the New York Post. About the way the Biden administration is blaming everybody and anybody but themselves for the mesh that this country is in right now. Look at what I mean, if you're worried about the shortage of goods and the due to the supply chain crisis, you're right to be worried, but Biden and his team are blaming us. And it's not just the Biden administration, it's the anti capitalist media beast. Have you seen lately some of the articles about how we buy too much? We're just buying too much stuff. We should opinion pieces in outlets like The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Atlantic Time Magazine and Business Insider argue that the supply chain broke because we Americans want too much. The desire for goods itself is just fundamentally wrong. And these articles claiming we buy too much stuff have proliferated as a way to direct the narrative away from the administration's incompetence. It also reflects a growing contempt for the consumer economy. A contempt that feeds off the near religious belief that capitalism is destroying the planet and is part of the over the top hysteria over global warming. This is an ideology, the ideology says as Jonathan Tobin writes. It's an ideology that believes that we deserve to suffer because of our supposed excesses. This is a desire to blame the victims of an ailing system for their natural desire for goods and to keep our economy humming. What does Biden do? Biden blames us? The White House brush secretary Jen Psaki. Mocked consumers, calling the crisis, the tragedy of the treadmill delayed. The transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg simply shrugged his shoulders. And shed the problem will continue well into 2022. Biden himself is complacent. Saying just this past weekend that voters really aren't smart enough to understand this.
"washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Tim scott doesn't talk about his great grandfather. He doesn't talk about his great great grandfather. And he does not talk about great-great-grandfather. Tim scott talks about his grandfather. Who dropped out of school in third grade. Couldn't lee reader. Rabbit worked on the family farm. What the washington post and glenn kessler are attempting to do is to suggest that tim scott story is actually better in less hardscrabble than it was the his fifth he's family their landowners they they were uppity. Blacks essentially is what the washington post to strive to say they own farms. They're falling into the same racism that white supremacist fall into. When they look at property records and say everything was hunky dory look at the success. Black people had after the civil war in the south. You had black members of congress after the civil war. Clearly things were going well. I represented a family in two thousand and five family lived in taylor. County georgia a rural county down in south georgia and they wanted to close out the estate of their great great great grandfather. Yes the great great great grandfather had been a slave during the civil war got freedom acquired property and died in nineteen o five with several hundred acres in taylor county georgia. The family was under pressure from white people to sell the property repeatedly under pressure from white people sell the property when The grandfather died they it in probate court. In one hundred years it languished in probate court with the family managing the estate in common for all the family to live on hunt on a fish on us for recreation and as long as it was in probate no one was going to take the property and the probate court kind of forgot about the case and it weld around for years and years one hundred years later literally a hundred years after the death mike alliance and i was actually the associated with my buddy neal was the actual a lawyer. One hundred years later this couple wanted their piece of land. They were entitled based on the family to about a quarter to a half an acre of land and they wanted it to build on and the rest of the family many of it was dispersed people. I mean they had no use for joint of land. We spent weeks and weeks. Doing almost genealogical family tree tried to find all the heirs advertised in newspapers and the like wanting to close it up and the estate actually fought us. The estate wanted to stay in probate e one hundred years later these days now that was not sustainable and i knew of luckily the other side of the state had a lawyer who knew nothing about probate law i did. There is no way that case could stay in probate court for a hundred years yet had had so it was going to be closed out and we were able to get it. But the the point there is that the family had left the property and probate for one hundred years because they were afraid of white landowners in the south trying to steal for him or pressure them to take it. You don't get that in the property record. It was very common for black families after the civil war to acquire some small bit of land and even more common for white families to steal it. It have local government..
"washington post" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"Female employees of the team and I will become away or how many of them are called and actually sought out like what was your experience? These women are kind of curious. I mean already. They're like. My phone isn't ringing yet. I would like to speak to her, so so there is that level. Let me let me organize my brain. A little better off, so what will happen? If. You're an optimist. You would say. The team hired Beth Wilkinson, very serious lawyer The NFL has made clear where aware of what's going on You've got to feel the eyes of fellow owners in Roger Goodell on you if you if you are aware as an owner. Ron Rivera came out very strong. You know I'm not putting up with any environment like this year. I have a daughter, not GonNa Happen, Dan Snyder issued a statement, and then he and his wife sent an email to. Internal to two employees. And I. I don't know coach Rivera personally up never covered him, but I've been around long enough to know that people I respect feel. He is a very strong principled, good man, good person who had two players good to others and and. So and I would say the same for several coaches who have come and gone in that building so. You can't so much fault the steps. The team has taken here in the last couple of hours. Although I would fault. The owner for failing to somehow apologize in any of his statements or even express empathy or I mean there's a million ways you and I could draft a more heartfelt statement that said. Anyone, whose experience was not? Great I regret that you know and we want to make you hold. We apologize none of that so that so but other than lack of A. They, they haven't so much. Put a foot wrong. But I have seen it. You know on ISG, the other side, which is the skeptical side that's not just because I'm a skeptical person, but because I'm all and I've seen a lot. And a lot of this team. There have been. There have been many coaches who have been promised total total freedom total latitude bill. The team you want do the draft you want. Chen please change our culture and and it's. It's yanked out from under them very quickly. Build a team you want, but not the quarterback. You know do this, but you know. Don't. Don't pick the first or second round traffic. You know just their undercut. Their undercut and and Mother Teresa could could not find the time. Time to change the culture if she's supposed to fix the product on the field here, then the product on the field I believe they won three games last year. They're not close close so it. You know he's a human being. What? What are you expecting? You don't have a team president. You don't have a GM. All of this falls to Ron Rivera, who's also supposed to be in charge of the response to social justice and racial justice..
"washington post" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"Ahead of marketing or ahead of sales. So. The pressure came from on high the way. It's been described to me. You know dude make these sales. Make these sales i. we never found an email or a text, saying the best way to to close. The sale is a young woman in a tight dress. It. I doubt that was in. Rining, we've not seen it, but the the accounts of being told where something tighter It's not one person. There's a similar. Over and over again so you know the titles. Their changed I'm not trying to tap dance, but it might be the. Vice President of Marketing Vice President of I'm just drawing a blank, but if Well salaried. Top executives. Of the Redskins in some of the people that were removed. For, lack of a as a euphemistic fired in recent weeks. Would they be. Implicated in sort of the the behavior we talk about the the. Personnel guys the Richard Man's Alex Santos. Talk about the CMO Gershman and of course, the the media Larry Michael. Were there infractions more along those lines or even more. More crude than that. Those certainly not every anecdote I related every just now. Ties to each person, but but yes the five. I'm sorry three so three. Three two were fired between as we reported the story about four, it had published. Obviously, there's a stage after the reporting that we need to go to the team and say We're working on this story. We need comment. The first response was we don't respond to hear say I. And and so we came with a much more detailed. Here's what we have this this person this incident. Here's another person these words. Here's the texts we have, so we were completely transparent with the team This is what we have. We are in the final stages. We need a comment so. I WANNA. Say within twenty four hours. To Scouts were fired. who were on that list? We were not told, nor should we have been That that happened the next day again. The story hadn't published and I think. The fact that two scouts lost their jobs and whatever people learned. Through other means about why not the Washington Post that set off a very disgraceful mania on social media, speculating about the story that was to come. That's the topic for another day. because I'm trying to keep your thread along the and then. Maybe. We had ninety percent of the reporting done we we we had. We had more information. com. We've presented them and then Larry. Michael, the longtime voice of the team announced he was resigning, he was stepping down the next day, and then the two executives. You mentioned a Dennis Green and Mitch Gershman had left the team. Prior you know for for other reasons one one on.
"washington post" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"Brad got a good one for you. This Week List Clark of the Washington Post on that breaking story last week about he toxic and harassment culture. At The Washington redskins. Yes, I call them that with the Washington football club with a soon to be new name. All the things that went on in that Liz and or a writer at the Washington Post will oxen. It's embraced reporting talked to many people in and out of the organization. About what happened with that culture was how young women treated there. Hopefully, we'll have changed ahead with. What's going on? With the lawyer being hired, trying to do an internal review, hopefully, some systematic change will go on, but there's a lot of discussion about what you reported Mayan sites talking a lot about Dan Snyder the owner of the Washington Redskins or The Washington football clubs soon to be a different name than redskins. We will talk about that in the minute I. The ran of the week when we are now at the precipice. The NFL in the NFL PA, or having these negotiations, I've said it for months. This was bound to happen in here. We are a replay. Of? What happened in baseball? Will put aside the overarching question whether we'll have football whether we can have a sport that requires the opposite of social distancing whether we can have a sport when the viruses raging in hotspots whether we have sport where they're not gonNA bubble where they're going to be multiple infections. We don't know they're gonNA, be infections that required quarantining of entire say offensive line's defense lines the whole team. How do you have competitive Balance Eddie have a team all of that, but putting aside that and it's related. We have this two part negotiation both at the same time that happened in baseball now is happening in football. Health and safety which protocols we have. A mass joined coordinated effort by stars the NFL. Saying what's going on, we don't have our protocols yet. We don't know what we can do. We don't have an infectious disease plan here we go. That's still being negotiated. Listen contentiousness that we're seeing on social media. And number two the money. We haven't even gotten there. We hear about the owners warning forty percent reduction mostly in this year or this year next year, the players wanted to smooth it out in years ahead. We hear about cap going down forty million dollars next year have about bat. This is going to be a problem. No question and that sort of goes away while we hear more about what's the plan. What's thousand safety plan? You combine all this that we have a three.
"washington post" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"This is my conversation with Marty Berry executive editor of The Washington Post. I want to talk to them a little bit more about his plans for the future for the paper and personally what would you like to be doing more of you know let. Let's imagine there was even more subscriber. DESCRIBE MONEY COMING IN. What would you like to be doing more of in the years to come? Well no comment. I think we always want to broaden the amount of coverage that we have. We been doing that over the last several years ears We have a huge Technology team right now. We have a very large bureau in San Francisco about a dozen a dozen people who are covering the technology industry issues of Privacy and things like that We've expanded our economic policy team We've expanded our arts coverage We've expanded and we just launched a major travel initiative. We have expanded. We've actually even gone into coverage of games because so many people are involved in in that And it's become a huge Huge business in itself so we see Sort of capturing the fullness of people's lives recognized that not everybody is is just focused on politics all of the time as we sometimes as we can be here in Washington and and people The have more complete lives than that thankfully And so we want to. We want to tap into that and we want to provide a readers with the kind of coverage that could be useful to them and and enjoyable for them so so great to be reminded and we we need the reminder all the time that there's so much more going on than than trump and impeachment and all of the Shenanigans and drama and chaos in Washington. But you do have to be front and center on those stories. You've got to allocate so many resources to those stories at all times. Oh we'll absolutely look we. We're here in the nation's capital title at the at the Washington Post. It's absolutely critical. That we cover those stories and cover them well And ideally that we would cover them better than anybody else. I think that we. I think we do exceptionally well. And so we have expanded our politics staff We've expanded our investigation staff Dramatically over the the last Five or six years and And we would expect those those areas of coverage to continue to grow We want to be a leader in that regard. I I meant to ask you earlier. You know giving the present attacks we were talking about this anti-media hostility. has there been any outreach by you or your team recently toward toward the White House you know. Ag Salzburger publisher of the New York. Times did have a meeting with president tried to persuade the president to stop those enemy that people tax version of that by you or anyone else at the post. I know I'm not sure that. Ag Sulzberger efforts produced any particular result. In fact it seems pretty clear that they did not Because the president continues to attack the press and to use that kind of language in describing us Which I think is very unfortunate? I think could have Very dangerous consequences. I worry about that all the time. so I haven't made any special effort to reach out. I don't know that it would be terribly productive. I I agree with you. That likely would not be But but I but I do wonder if there's any of that kind of a back channel going on look I'm GonNa pay you a compliment Forgive Minna Vance. You are clearly one of the deans of American journalism. You're a steady hand when we desperately need more of those and there's been speculation in your newsroom that maybe you're thinking about about retiring Not Too long from now. Have you been giving thought to your future. Well I guess when you turn sixty five which I did this past October you you think about about a lot of things As I've said I'm committed to staying at the post Through the election I haven't made any particular commitment after that but I also haven't made any decision and so I have time to make that decision and at some point people will know and I will know once they make that decision decision but Right now I'm just I'm looking forward to coverage of the election over the next year There are a lot of important issues to focus on and and I think it's important that we just stay focused on that. What do you want the Mardi Barron era of the Washington Post to be remembered for some day? You know I don't really think about fat that To tell you the truth You know I mean I. I've I've taken pride over My time here at the post but also prior to that When I was editor of the Boston Globe and editor at the Miami Herald That we've done a lot of accountability journalism that we've held powerful Interests Chris powerful individuals powerful institutions especially government To account I think that's absolutely central to our mission It's why we have a first amendment in this the country And I'm proud of the work that we've done Here at the post and proud of the work that has been done At the other news organizations innovations where I've worked we are lucky to be journalists at a time. Like this aren't way it's I.
"washington post" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Showing you again folks how I believe the FBI. I was duped into initiating a bad investigation which they continued shamefully later knowing the information was garbage Lisa page. FBI lawyer who's appeared in the news. Obviously yesterday we covered her on our show who is just playing victim now and one of the most pathetic things I've ever seen in my life here's lead. FBI lawyer and the biggest political spying scandal in US history. I'm sorry you know we offended you by calling you out on it. I mean seriously but I do you believe Lisa page was being genuine when she went up to Capitol Hill and she gave some testimony. She was asked very specifically by Mark Meadows about where the FBI and the CIA where they got their information from and who their sources are remember the central tenant of what we're discussing. I have to continue to harp on. There's as you understand this. Is the scandal the FBI stories been. We got the information from Downer. And that the information we may have got from the CIA. That was from different sources. They didn't know anything. Anything about the dossier. Why because Brennan just told you we didn't know about the dossier and steal really put up her testimony? I want to read this again. So Mark Meadows. He tells excellent Congressman from North Carolina Tells Lisa page in this testimony. Hey We know there are multiple sources paid says. I know that I know all the information found. Its Way to a lot of different places certainly in October. Two Thousand Sixteen but if the CIA is early as August in fact had those same reports thus steel. I'm not aware that I'm not aware of that. And redacted meadow says so you say our source is your source arse was he working for you page says well no sir. Well I mean how could he be exclusively your source. I believe they're talking about steel. Oh potentially helper paid. Says I don't know if the CIA had Mr Steele Open as a source. I would not know that folks. Listen I don't l.. Trust Lisa page as far as I can throw. I can't throw anybody very far. No what I want to. I'm simply suggesting to you that I don't believe she's lying here. I believe she is telling doing truth. Do you get what she's saying. She is still under the impression that the F. B. I.. Open their massive spying investigation at the Donald Trump because they believe the information they were getting from the intelligence community and the CIA in the East See. The electronic communication was coming from verified separate separate sources folks. The information was likely coming from steele the exact same source they were using and they don't know it. It's not verified defied. It's the same thing she goes on. It gets good here. Lisa page says yes sir because with all due honesty if director Brennan so we got that information from our source right. I'm just reading this directly the FBI got this information from our source if the CIA had another source of that information. I am neither aware of that nor did this EAE provided to us. If if they did. Because the first time we meadows interrupts we do know there are multiple sources page comes back. I do know that. And then she goes on to where we were talking about before. It's a backwards but it's important. We put it that way. You get where I'm going with this. The the bureau was involved in massive malfeasance for continuing a spy investigation. Continuing an investigation. They knew was was predicated by the latest January of two thousand seventeen when they're interviewing steel sources on bogus information and they kept swearing in any way I'm telling you the malfeasance how feasible is rife. We are only discussing the initiation phase initiation phase now the disagreement out in the Washington Post piece. We're talking about right now between borrowed hearts is based only on that. And I believe Horowitz if if I'm not trying to get ahead of this but I wanna discuss this piece because it's in the news and you need to know about it if Horowitz's conclusion Russian on the report coming out this Monday. If his conclusion the inspector general is they opened up the investigation properly. This is not an out for the deep state. Why Joe and please tell me? This makes sense. Because Horowitz doesn't know so what the. CIA is not lying about and if the FBI produces a file saying hey this is the information we got from Brennan. Of course we were going to spy. I on the trump team Brennan told us there was a massive scandal. Then Horowitz may be right makes sense and bar may be right to how can they both be right. The FBI investigation was properly opened the FBI investigation. Wasn't there saying different things. No they're not. No they're not Lindsey. Graham Kinda hinted at this last night. Everybody take a big fat juicy timeout. We don't know what's in the report if Horowitz's report says yes. It was opened based on information they got from the Intel community and then dorms report coming out hopefully weeks or maybe a month or so later. We haven't seen dorms report. Says that information they got was based on lies from John Brennan who didn't tell the FBI he was using the same sources. Folks this is not aww pass for the deep state at all everybody chill. We don't know yet joe. Please tell me that made sense. Yeah good we don't know yet shares rebounding could be right right it does not give up the media of course is jumping to paint this as no the FBI did nothing wrong. They were investigating based on solid information. Bar saying you all don't know where the information in Cambridge yet right. Now take away number two from this Washington Post piece last night. They kind of throw this in at the end. This a throwaway now to reset where we are on this because this is important. The Post is saying well Horowitz's suggesting you know this was properly predicated. What is the FBI FBI officials story about what it was predicated on? I already told you the officials stories. We open the investigation. Because I'm a diplomat. told us they talked to his trump campaign member popadopoulos palace who told them about dirt on Hillary who popadopoulos heard from Russia age. That's the official left the story and the FBI story to how. How do we know that? Because he's the only person refers to Mifsud who talked to popadopoulos initially by the dirt on Hillary allegedly cozy only one who refers to Miss Sudas of Russian Asia. No no one else. Not even muller not branding. Either I would call me say that because co me. I told you is going to stick to the script that hey the Intel we were fed from Brennan and the Intel Community said a Russian agent was talking Popadopoulos. That's what we were told told you. Get the official version of events relies entirely on Serbian Russian agent so Devlin Barrett throws this little throwaway Away in at the end from the Washington Post piece came out yesterday in the.
"washington post" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Is as a friend of mine. said she knows who she is yesterday. We'll be interviewing her soon. They are preparing you for another job is faulty intelligence like the Iraq war thing you know what happens his all time Brilliant Point May by this person it was faulty Intel the FBI is going to say they are going to throw comb. COMBS GONNA throw bread and under the bus and Brennan's is GonNa throw me into the bus. commes going to say. Hey Hey listen. We were told electronic communication by the CIA and the Intel community that they had information about this Russian scam. They didn't tell us it was from the same guy stealing helper helper. They told us they had sources in Russia. Brennan's say hey it's not my fault. It was bad intel cal I passed it off to the FBI investigation not my fault. They continued the investigation. Based on this crappy dossier hey. I didn't see the dossier. Oh I loved it. Were had easy. The head of the cycle again ready. The faulty intelligence line is coming. Hey just one quick thing. I didn't know the two questions two questions was that dossier ca in the envelopes sent to the White House and June point number two was information in there from helper and alleged to be from nick off because then think about it the the Russian Intel Guy. There's only two possible solution if Brennan hand delivered a is only for Barack Obama document June twenty seventeen containing faulty wealthy information from helper. That either was from nick off. That means the Russians got information into the White House that they made decisions to spy on the Obama Administration. Or if however was lying. If you listen to yesterday's show and assist using Trubnikov name because their friends and saying yeah. I got the information from nick off. You want to buy it. And it's fake then. A spy paid by the government. Use fake information to manipulate the White House. Either road is bad. The Russians manipulated the White House or A. US spy manipulated the White House with our tax dollars. There's no way out for them. None do you understand that. No way out zero now. I'M GONNA tie this up in a bow for you. I still haven't got back to the original Washington Post because there's other nuggets in there. I'M GONNA tie that up for you to. I want to get to Lisa pages comments which I put on this thing of this show probably ten times more because I don't think she's lying lying if this FBI lawyer that are gonNA point you again. My central thesis here. The CIA started this investigation by pushing the FBI to investigate and the CIA. John Brennan lied about where they were getting information from the FBI tried to cover their tracks by saying we got the information from Downer nonsense. This was driven Brennan. I'll get to that in a second just got paid today show also brought to you by buddies at US law sheep. Ladies and gentlemen do not carry your firearm era. Make it by naked without close. Obviously I mean without the fine fantastic really peace of mind protections of our good friends at the. US law show. I am a member. Listen a little update about a story. I shared a few months ago about a sixty four year. Old New York state man. Who fatally shot a pair of prowlers looking looking at looking inside his home after killing the suspects key yes? The man was arrested because the gun which saved his life originally belonged to his dead father and he failed to register it when he inherited..
"washington post" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
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Here's John Brennan in a Congressional Congressional hearing chatting with tray gouty when he was still in Congress we'll call that chatting and gouty s McKee question. 'CAUSE gowdy knows the whole story at the time and says to him. Hey John when did you learn about the dossier that Ben let me just say that the FBI already acknowledged was the central core four of their warrant to spy on the trump he. When did you learn about that and listen to Brennan Shady shifty answer this guy such a liar? Check this out you. You know who commissioned the steele dossier. I don't rely on no one because we we did. It wasn't part of the Corpus of intelligence Information that we had. It was not in any way used as a basis. This is for the intelligence community assessment. That was done. You sure about that. Do you want to revise that answer. Now remember John Durum keep in mind the players here folks. This is like a big elaborate play. You have to keep in mind the actors in this player the protagonist in the antagonise bill bar. Obviously the attorney general you know that John on Durham is his United States attorney bars in the United States attorney. Hours the Department of Justice we pay who is investigating this it is clear he is either interviewed or is looking to interview Brennan. Brennan's answer. You already saw it as on the record you just start. We didn't manipulate that. That's a full cut only again cut for time to fit into into the show. Brennan is already on the record and Congress saying I did not see the dossier. I didn't know anything about it. It had no role ever and Joe Sadness foreshadowing element the beginning of the show. It was not part of the Corpus Diligence we used we got we clear on that John. Brennan CIA yea. We knew nothing about nothing about nothing about this dossier ladies and gentlemen really. Let's go back to an older piece by our good friend. Lee Smith who has a terrific book out now called the plot against the president. Lee Smith wrote this piece. In December of two thousand seventeen lease been read in on this case for a long time. This piece will be up in the show notes and the benefit of our Bongino report in the show notes is we include older articles as well that are now relevant again today the title of the piece. It's a must read even though it's older. Did President Obama read the steele dossier in the White House last August. Wow that's not possible. Joe Because is this primary intelligence guy. John Brennan didn't see the dossier he didn't know anything about the dossier to win December. So someone that's what he told. Chuck Todd let's go to Lisa a little screen shot from the peace and take a look at least this is a little longer but this is important. You hear this because remember what Brennan said. He hasn't seen the dossier till December this case with the FBI. Joe Started because of Downer Popadopoulos. Not The CIA right waken and on. Here's Lee Smith from that piece in contrast to the FBI. According to Jacoby Mary Jacoby Glenn Simpson from Fusion. GPS as wife who hired to dig up dirt on trump by the way according to Jacoby the CIA quote hop to and immediately worked to verify this dossier by August of two thousand sixteen by August of Two Thousand Sixteen folks remember the by the CIA had verified the key finding the dossier yea to the point that the Washington Post revealed it was having is only top secret meetings with Obama. That's not possible folks. How is is any of this possible? How is the CIA? But by August not in August in other words they verified before for liberals listening by August. How is the CIA verify dossier that's already been debunked and John Brennan? WHO said he hasn't even seen? How is this? How is this happening happening? How is this happening? Let's go back to the lead Smith piece. I gotTa Tell You Paul. You're on fire after a rough start. You are on fire with the pieces today. Nice work just giving me that. Look these MRS wife former CIA director. John Brennan testified in front of the House Intel Committee. This may that the dossier gay quote wasn't part of the Corpus of intelligence information we had. It was not used in any way as a basis but Mary Jacoby Obi Glenn Simpson says he brought it to Baba it seems that Glenn Simpson wife may be correct again. In April. The New York Times reported that last Summer Brennan was so concerned about Russian efforts to help trump remember that only exists in the dossier because it's fake that he briefed top lawmakers including Harry Reid in the August briefing for Mystery Times reports. Mr Brennan indicated that the the CIA focused on foreign intelligence was limited in its legal ability to investigate possible connections to trump. It goes on this is critical. The briefing talking about branding briefing read August about these Russian connections. which only exist in the dossier unprompted Harry Reid to write a public letter to the agency responsible for collecting domestic intelligence on August? Twenty Ninth Harry. Reid wrote to Director Comey. FBI that the threat of Russian interference is more extensive than widely known and may include the attempt to falsify official election results in recent classified briefings from officials in an interview have left them. Fearful that President Putin is goal is to tamper with the election by August. So by August the CIA verify the dossier John Brennan claimed he hadn't seen by August there. Briefing Harry read about information and the dossier about Russian interference. It's clearly fake Harry Reid because John Brennan can't domestic domestically investigate. PBS No law enforcement powers into running an Intel operation at the CIA. John Brennan Pushes Harry Reid to write a letter to the FBI to start investigating rating trump folks based on a dossier Brennan. seen this Lee Smith piece peacecorps pieces of gym. This is one of those evergreen pieces. You should keep up on your iphone. It is so so worth your time. Keep in mind. This is all being written. Keep in mind. The actors protagonists antagonists on out there being written put out there in the social media ecosystem by Glenn Simpson the fusion. GPS TONER WHO's paid by Hillary. This be written by his wife. Leigh Smith goes on in the piece. It gets worse. Believe it or not in in this piece. He's discussing here. Keep this on June twenty third. Apparently June twenty third of two thousand seventeen some bombshell arrives at the White House writes the Washington Post. Someone hand delivers a bombshell document to the White House. Lee Smith reports. This is from the Washington Post he says inside was an intelligence bombshell rights. Greg Miller L. Nakashima Adam Antonio so the Washington Post they right in the Washington Post a report tron from sourcing deep inside the Russian government that detail Putin's direct involvement in a cyber campaign disrupting disrupt and discredit the US presidential race. That's what's in the envelope but went further Joe. The intelligence captured Putin specific instructions to the operations nations objectives defeat or damage the Democratic nominee. Hillary Clinton and help elect her opponent. Donald Trump you. No one wants Simpson's wife. Mary Jacoby writes that Facebook Post. About how the CIA had verified that you know the date on that. It's the date after that Washington Post piece I thought see. I hadn't seen the dossier till until December so. How is it that the Washington Post is reporting that an envelope which ladies and gentlemen I assure you contain some information from likely even how how or steel that made its way into the dossier made its way to the White House? But Brendan's saying he hasn't and seen any of this yet. Mary Jacoby the day after the Washington. Post report Brennan his seen some of this and actually delivered it to Baba. Clint Clinton Simpson's wife who's reading on this whole thing because they're running this Intel operations fusion. GPS is writing about on facebook. And then deleting the post accordingly Smith two questions here. Don't forget where we came in. Remember Pink Floyd. The Wall is where we came it. Don't forget where we came in the leaks to the Washington Post about this earlier. The about to say this case was predicated. Fine fine no big deal the FBI had great information started bill bar time out. Pump the brakes ABS. You don't have to pump the brakes anymore. We may have some information from the intelligence community inspector general. You don't have remember remember the official. FBI story is. We didn't start this investigation. Based on information from the CIA Brennan. We started it because Australian diplomat down or told us about Popadopoulos so now I've led you down the path. What are the two questions we still have open the envelope? Lee Smits writing about that June of two thousand seventeen. That's delivered to the White House. Ladies and Gentlemen God forbid a bit in that envelope was information from stealing helper because then we would know conclusively with a period exclamation Asian point at the end of that sentence. Both we would know conclusively that John Brennan was lying that John Brennan lied lied under oath was familiar with the steal. Information that made its way into the dossier. Don't get confused with whether it's in the dossier or not. It was steals information if steele was getting the information from Stefan however a spy. Who if you listen to yesterday's show was undoubtedly being paid by the US government spying spying slush fund the office of net assessments? Then Ladies and gentlemen I'm telling you we blowing the doors off this thing and it explains exactly why the leaks leaks coming out the leaks. Don't worry the FBI's investigation was properly predicated and done why. It's based on an incomplete data. Set because Horowitz doesn't have the authority to go investigate the intelligence community. He's the Inspector General for Justice the FBI the FBI is going to say what I've been telling telling you the whole time we were due. It does not give them a pass. They continue the investigation. Knowing the dossier was garbage garbage that may be even worse than the Intel community. But get ready be prepared mark this show today cab this information at your fingertips protests because the liberal narrative with their media pals which the Washington Post Endeavour Barrett is preparing for. Now.
"washington post" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Did I tell you? What have I been pumping on this? Show for eons now Joe I know I know you were better guest on this show with me multiple times as my producer. Have we not been telling you the entire time and please listen to what I'm telling you before. Are you send me every time I say this. I get nasty emails please please I humbly. And with the greatest of respect begging you to listen to what I say before you send me a nasty gram I have been telling you for a while now that I believe the FBI was lied to by elements in our intelligence agencies led by John. Brennan who mistakenly pushed them into opening up an investigation based on information formation the FBI thought the CIA was getting from credible source. I am not this y s you listen to all of what I said before because I know you're getting emails right now stab given the FBI. Pass I'm not doing that. Exclamation point not period full full. Stop the FBI screwed this thing up huge. I'M GONNA prove this in a second huge and the leaks. Some of them were voted maybe criminal. I'm simply suggesting to you that the impetus to start this thing. The initiation component of the scandal not the scandal the wholesale. There's the initiation the midpoint endpoint. The initiation of the scandal of the spine is more of a John Brennan scandal than an FBI. Skin the continuing of the spying is unquestionably Chablis. NFL scandal so. Please send me an email. Debbie I'm giving the FBI. I am not shame on the FBI. He I leaders for continuing the spying when they knew it was bogus that piece from the from the Washington imposed the devil and bear again was a Media Co conspirator in this whole thing was in the co-conspirator give recipient of the information's probably appropriate. Where he he knows all these people they are clearly bar? No something Horowitz. Doesn't that's the takeaway from that snippet from the Washington Post piece bar knows something harvest doesn't Joe. Why would the attorney general and his investigator on this John? Durham who was an assistant United States. The United I state's attorney has subpoena powers grand jury powers. Why would they know something? Horowitz doesn't because folks Horowitz is not a US attorney Horowitz cannot panel a grand. Jury and Horowitz is the inspector general for what for for the Department of Justice Not for the intelligence community. He doesn't even have the power to investigate the intelligence community outside of referrals. Keep that in your head. Yeah that's good to know now remember. Yeah Yeah So. If Horowitz's point you understand the conflict now that the Washington Post Selena bar is saying according to the Washington Post Bar saying hey listen the FBI was duped. You should not have opened up this investigation. Harwich saying no they weren't it was fine. They had the appropriate fact pattern. Bar is saying you. You don't know everything here we have. We're looking into the intelligence community to Horowitz. is saying okay. Maybe but that's not what I'm going to write my report bar are saying and maybe you shouldn't have wrote that in your report because you don't have enough information you dig Now before I move onto partout this joe foreshadowed in the in his corpus opener sniffing Corpus.
"washington post" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Bongino go today all right Joe partly so there is a according to The Washington Post and listen folks. I am applying the Bongino rule. This came out last night. I am waiting before I determine the authenticity of this piece and how how much of it is fake news. How much is propaganda? And how much of it is real. But the genesis of this Washington Post piece. Is this the gist of initiate. Say precision definitely matters here is that there's a fight brewing in the DOJ between the attorney. General Bill Bar. And the Inspector General. Michael Horowitz who is is investigating the FBI's behavior in the spying scandal on Donald Trump and the gist of it is that bar believes the FBI investigation wasn't predicated correctly. In other words they shouldn't have been spying. On trump and Horowitz. This is according to the Washington Post nine Horowitz's report they're suggesting suggests that the FBI investigation was was pretty was predicated. In other words. They may have screwed things up the fact patterns ugly but the FBI had enough information to start this. That is not true. They did not have enough information to start this. Check out the piece of listen. I put this up in the show notes. I'm hesitant to do it but it's important because this is one of those stories that even no excuse me it's The Washington Post it's A. You should read it because there are some nuggets notice that the author is one of the spy gate media players Devlin Barrett as well Who shows up in the text came the headline of the pieces? Washington Post Bar disputes key. Inspector General Finding about FBI's Russia investigation. What is going on here again? The DOJ this conflict is barred does not believe according to this piece that the spying operation on on the FBI the FBI was conducting was properly predicated based on a set of facts that would indicate spying necessary. Apparently according to the GEE report suggests otherwise now a couple of things here. Let's go right to the report and read their works. Why can explain to you? What's really going on and again why you haven't been wasting your time here for two years? Check this out from the Washington Post piece quote Attorney General Bill Bars privately. Contended that Horowitz. The I G does not have enough information to to reach the conclusion that the FBI had enough details in hand at the time to justify opening such a probe. So this is a bombshell. Arielle statement in and of itself. Hold like that up there. So we're suggesting that bar saying listen you don't know enough to conclude that the F. B. I. was appropriately spying on Donald trump. They go on and the Washington Post piece Barr argues that other. US agencies agencies such as the C. A. May hold significant information. Joe that could alter Horowitz this conclusion Asian on that point according to people familiar with the matter who spoken the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. What.
"washington post" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Our side. Well, let's discuss this. Because what you said about the Washington Post saying that they checked into this. And they they found a lot of red flags. Right. That was his his disavow of it that the Washington Post looked into it. And they saw a lot of red flags and and issues and inconsistencies with the allegations, the Washington Post says, whoa, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. We couldn't find anybody. Who could corroborate the story. We never said that she wasn't telling the truth. We never once said that there was a red flag or an inconsistency. We couldn't corroborate it. So therefore, we didn't put it out. Well, now, there's a little more information coming from this woman who is saying a guy who did this to me X number of years ago who I tried. Forget about just becomes the Lieutenant governor. Now, it's possible. He's going to get a big promotion. Couldn't stay quiet now. I have a tremendous amount to get into on this subject. Right. Because I don't know what it is that she can now claim X number of years later about something that was consensual. There's a there's a conversation here that I wanna get into on. Tony cats today, and I will at eleven o'clock. I don't believe in allegation. Just because it's an allegation. But his saying it never happened wasn't factual. And the Lieutenant governor saying that the Washington Post found inconsistencies wasn't Paxil. He's been wrong twice that doesn't help his cause at all. Big problems in Virginia. Math Fairwood traffic. What's going on? Northbound.
"washington post" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"And they were saying, hey, you don't don't be driving tomorrow because the rain is going to be so bad. It's the roads are going to be terrible. And you shouldn't even get out. And there I mean, it was it was rainy, but it wasn't anything that you wasn't monsoon out there. And it's just every little thing identify, the pain point, what could possibly breed fear, and and and discontent and inlet stir that up and make it seem as big and as important as possible. So that everybody will tune in to hear what we have to say yet self-preservation their business model is now rather than actually trying to convey, the news their model is insulate our own position in our market. So we need to make these people feel like, wow, if they hadn't tuned in. They wouldn't have realized how bad things are possibly are. So they're going to depend on telling you this all started with fair and balanced, Fox News. It really did. They really wrote the script that is now cable news, quote, unquote news, which is really media, which is not journalism. They started this idea of okay, we're gonna pretend to be middle of the road by bringing on a progressive and bringing on a conservative and having them fight over it. And I call it the I call it judge Judy for the new because that's essentially what it is. Judge Judy had the formula years ago bring to people in let them fight it out in court. You know, the masses will love it like, they're they're getting to watch something at the Coliseum and the watch the blood flow, and they moved that. Into news. And that is news in news slash entertainment today, and then CNN compounded that with their twenty four hour news cycle where now the network has a motivation where they have to generate clicks or views or whatever their their currency is all the all the time round the clock. So the only way that you can possibly do that is without burning. People out is get the stuff that's the hottest most urgent most aggressive, bloody whatever is going to get in front of people's attention and get it right away all the time and just hammer that over and over and over again. And so the Washington Post essentially doesn't add that says this is what journalism should be. This is what we should be not. This is what we are. This is what we should be. And then has this beautiful tagline at the end that says democracy dies in darkness. It's so good. I remember it. I mean, brilliant just really isn't the alliteration is. Yes. And one from. Like, I said from a commercial from an influence standpoint. It doesn't get any better, and you should have heard the room because I probably twenty people in this room. We're all watching the commercials, and there's some talking going on. And when the Washington Post came on it all kinda got quiet, and they were watching it when it was all over the tagline was read everybody went. Oh, I love that. That was amazing. And I said, and I think I sprained an eyeball. Well in a lot of people. I mean, I've crisp angle I follow him. He's from we are libertarians. And if you don't follow his Instagram. It's hilarious. And he's always writing really funny stuff. He's I'm not a funny guy. I'm really not. He's funny. He's got a great sense of humor. And I was so you guys go follow him on Facebook and on on Instagram his video he did with Frank Kelly. And oh, yes with Frank Kellyanne to put that out on on. On the on my fan pages. Well, because it was it was so good. But anyway, yeah, he made some common about it. And I got a chuckle, but anyway, just wanna point out. They all influence and really most of the commercials. Didn't get it. Right. They don't really understand. How to influences about getting a laugh? It's about doing. Something super Uber, creative that they hope people are going to remember..
"washington post" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"It was it just the fact that hey, we built this thing for kids. Who can't? Yeah. It was heartwarming was kind of hard. Why told Amy at the time? I was like Microsoft's totally biting Apple's brand. Because that's always been apples things. These really heartwarming commercials about family situations, and that sort of thing, and you can see Microsoft is totally mimicking trying to move in that you're trying to do something in that direction. Yeah. I mean, I I always liked the Bud Light commercials. I think Bud Light is a really good job. And they mixed the Bud Light and the game of thrones. They did Bud Light the cultural of commercials, and they won the dated just they get the corn syrup in. The role of on corn syrup, but we don't make Bud Light with corn syrup. So they go to the cores the Coors castle. And of course, they do I find that kind of stuff funny. And I thought the game of thrones them interweaving that was kinda cool, but not to tell you. I'm watching not for nothing. But I'm watching the watching the show the the game with with a lot of pretty progressive people, I live in southern California. And so you learn them, you just there's some some things that people are gonna like more than others. I find this to be true. Whether you're talking to hardcore conservatives in the mid west or whether you're talking to progressive in the west is that everybody sit tends to seem they tend to be attracted to what I think is kind of. I don't know. Shameless marketing, and really I I don't know bad. I don't really bad advertising. I guess, but anyway, the one that that they really all loved was the one about the journalists and the Washington Post, and they showed the journalists that died getting you the story, and you know, how incredibly how their sacrifice, you know, and had had led to you being better informed. And it's only because of their sacrifice that you have democracy, because of course, democracy dies in darkness. We really re re re really aren't figures guys just believe us. We're we're really really good. And it's the Washington Post, which of course is owned by bazo. So and and just got like a six hundred something million or billion dollar contract with the CIA. Yeah. That that one. And so I I look at that..
"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"There's a lot of podcasts out there and only small number get large audiences digitally podcasts and a few others. But how do you get? I mean, the brand of the post means that it's going to get a gigantic boost. Yeah. But how do you build an audience? I'm sure you get a lot of people ask this. Yeah. How do you do it? I mean, we we are lucky that we have a strong brand. And one of the things that we have thought a lot about is how we leverage that brand to grow the potential audience for a podcast. And this is something that actually the daily has been very smart about as well, you know, we know that there is a group of people who are avid podcast listeners and research shows that people who love podcasts love podcast, they listened to many multiple podcasts in a week many hours of podcasts in a week. And then there is a larger group of people who never listen to podcasts. Maybe don't know what they are certainly don't know how to open the app on their phone, and that's a huge opportunity. And it's something that because we have a strong brand already. We can make a lot of efforts to try to reach out to those people and to give alternate ways to listen to podcasts that were making. And so I won't say that we've solved it, but we're working on it a lot using our ability to reach people through our website thinking about how we might deliver a podcast to someone who doesn't know what it means when you say go, right and review this in podcasts, and the more that we can play with sort of that strength that we have in audience and reach the better off. We are podcasts. What is going to expand the the podcasts audience because I feel like yes, there is a small passionate and growing podcast off. Audience. But for the number of podcasts, it's you know, the Pakistani and says very well served. I feel. Yeah. I so I think the answer is that the podcast ecosystem is going to have to develop this sort of. You know, it's very apple podcasts Centric right now. There's a very small percentage of the listens to the post podcasts happened through apple. And some we have pretty similar to everyone else, which is majority coming through. The apple podcasts platform we also promote heavily to apple podcast, Google podcasts. Sure. The sort of par sweet Spotify. Iheartradio. Jeff mention all those. I'm just going with the ones I mentioned. So you know, we we make it try to make it as clear as we can to people sort of where you can get these things and what app to click on on your phone. But I do think the next step in podcasting. If we're going to solve this problem of sort of glut of material most of which is very hard to to find. If you don't know what you're looking for is going to have to be some sort of professionalization some development around the way that people get their podcasts. And there's some, you know, new apps that are developing right now to try to solve some of these discover ability problems, it's something people have been working on for a couple of years. I don't know that the answer is up there yet. But the question is very much out there. And that's at least that's at least if I step, and and like, I said, you have people like us can have thinking about what are the other ways that we can make sure that we're exposing people to this kind of material. So if somebody doesn't know. What to do with the word podcast? They can at least still understand. Here's an audio product. And what you do is click here and listen to it. How do you make money adds we base? That's. We we do you'll hear ads on some of our podcasts right now, we are really focused mostly on developing as a department and kind of figuring out what the Washington Post is in podcasting. So we're we're we're focusing on sort of audience growth, and you don't need to make enough money off the squarespace adds to support the nine people. Just yet isn't that what we're looking at to justify whether or not this department exists. Yeah. Okay. That's good. Good for Jeff Bezos..
"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"I think what the daily did was highlight in a way that people hadn't realized before how much of a market there was for news on in the podcast ecosystem and not to say that. There wasn't news before right NPR and other public radio stations of always put their news out onto onto podcast platforms. But this idea that you could cross something that felt really podcast native. It didn't feel like as being repurpose from a radio broadcast, and that people would be really excited about that. Yet. I how different is it doing a daily podcast versus a weekly podcasts. Faster. If did even more of them. Five times. Like every single week. You know, the principle is the same. Good audio is good audio. The reason why you're telling the stories you're telling doesn't change the staffing, certainly quite different, right? We have to have more people working on our daily show than like, how many people are separate now is nine so executive producer hosts and seven producers, and that's you know, we felt really strongly when we were thinking about doing daily, and we thought about it, forever Snapchat. Discover channel for that. We have not discoveries. I know, but I'm just saying it takes nine people. Yeah. I mean, that's like the of them. I don't know that much I set discovered, but we felt we've really strongly about if we were gonna do a daily, and like I was saying we thought about it for really long time that if we were going to do it. We didn't want to do it just to do it. We wanted to do something that felt like it was going to add something into that ecosystem, and it was going to represent. What we want the Washington Post to be in audio. And so we didn't do it until we were kind of shore that that was the investment that we wanted to me subconsciously or consciously re like it has to be different from the daily. Come on pianist. No. I mean, of course, the daily it's, you know, it's it's there you can't ignore that. It's there, but we did. And I and I don't say this as sort of like. And people wrote about it. We wrote about it. Yeah. The daily is going to be like in like paragraph three maybe Fagor for your might be imperative for one. Yeah. But I mean, yes, we always we certainly knew that comparison was going to be there. Of course, you know, we we listen to the daily. So it was in our minds. But it it's not rewriting history to say that we made the choice to do a daily news podcasts sort of air not saying we're going to intentionally go a different way than the daily or even saying we're going to do this because the daily exists. It really came out of what do we want the Washington Post to be doing an audio? When people say you should listen to the Washington Post. What does that mean? And I think it it just so happened. I think in in a really lovely way that a lot of the things that we felt like we could bring our core assets of the Washington Post led to us differentiating ourselves. From the daily to create a program that runs in the afternoon, and is sort of a not summer ization of the way of the day, but taking that kind of step back from the the just headline kind of kind of news. We knew that one of the assets that we wanted to highlight about the Washington Post was the breadth of our coverage that news is so much broader than that one kyron just politics. Not just politics. We people think about Washington Post, and they think politics. Yeah. And we're super proud of our politics coverage. I would put our reporters up again anybody in the world for our politics coverage. But our newsroom we cover everything. We cover culture we cover the economy. We cover the environment. We cover weather. We have a restaurant critic we have arts critics, you know, our our idea of what the news is much broader than politics. And we couldn't have believed that most. People's interests are much broader than politics that we could offer something that will kind of speak to the greater variety of human interest. And that led us to wanting to create something that was multi segment instead of something that was just one story over the whole episode. And so those two things they're different from the daily, but they're not different from the daily..
"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"We are really really glad that they're excited about what we're doing. And it is a great opportunity to teach them more about. Okay. So what do the reporters then get wrong about? What makes for a good podcast compelling podcast. So there's two there's two things typically, and it's more. It's not about what makes a great podcast as much as it is about what makes for a great Washington Post podcasts things that fit into what we're trying to accomplish. So what we're trying to do. The Washington Post is reflect the best reporting and storytelling that our newsroom has to offer highlight our personalities highlight this incredible kind of depth of experience that we have in our newsroom, and so all of our programs are oriented towards that we really focus on high quality reporting, high quality storytelling, and we're pushing into. To that Rome much more than that, kind of talk discussion kinds of podcasts that are proliferating out there. So when we hear an idea that's not going to be for us. A lot of times it is. Hey me, and my friend half these great conversations, and we should sit down and record them. And first of all just me, and my friend have great conversations is usually not a good podcast, they do exit require editing and pre thought, but they're certainly not in the direction of what we're trying to do at the post, which is this more polished approach to helping people understand their world through the depth of experience that we have in our room. So give me give me an example of a post podcasts. Like it. Not just a good podcast, but a good Washington Post podcast. So I think, you know, post reports which is our latest launch is a really really great example. It is just highlights the complete ethos of the Washington Post every single day you. You can go to that podcast. You hear three different stories everything from politics to tech to culture and using the voices of our reporting to to explain why those stories are happening. What they mean give you a peek behind the scenes of how they got reported and done. So in a way that feels really polished that uses music and sound in a really integrated way to create something that feels like a experience while you're listening to it. I think another great example, there's a podcast we did we last year year and a bit ago called letters from war. And this was a collaboration. We worked for almost a year with our military reporter, Dan Lemouth, he had gotten access to this trove of letters that were written back and forth by one family during World War Two. And it was these four brothers. They wrote almost every single day. And it's you read these letters, and it's just the most incredible story. They all served in the Pacific. Of the war, and between them had sort of every experience, you could have in World War Two one of them fought in one of the very first battles and was injured in came home with PTSD and suffered PTSD their as-as life. Another one came home sort of a massive war hero from two of the biggest battles of the Pacific front. Another one was an airplane mechanic and ended up serving on the island from which they were launching the attacks, and ultimately, the the bombs onto Japan. So just you read it, and it's like this incredible story and right from the very beginning of that reporting..
"washington post" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Washington's mall w NFL. Washington comes to talk. The Washington Post for tends to be a newspaper, and it was funny. We were talking about it yesterday some left-wing group. But what was the group called the the yes men, they printed up a fake edition of the Washington Post. It was impossible to tell the difference. I've gotta say. And it's funny because and they passed it out at Union Station on Capitol Hill, and they're passing them out all over the place yesterday. And there was a funny story in the Washington Post today, there are media writer there, Paul Farhi said that it was almost impossible to tell the difference between the real Washington Post and the fake Washington Post. And then he noted that the fake Washington Post was filled with nothing, but anti-trump stories. I don't know if he reads his own paper, but the real Washington Post is filled with nothing but anti-trump stories every day as well. And occasionally there's a probate o Rourke story. Appro Pelosi story pro who's the jihadi in the house now may allow awakened the people? Today's democrat party and helped them to see the evil doings of Israel. This is the democrat party's platform going forward. Honestly, if you join this women's March on said, you know, what you're joining you should wear pointed pink hats instead of instead of your knit pink. Hats. But they Washington Post corrupt as they are here. They have a couple of typists there. Paul Waldman and Greg Sargent, they type press releases for the democrat party, and then they print them in the Washington Post in a format that makes them look almost like news stories. The headline is Pelosi is right to say, no to Trump's speech because things are not normal. Yeah. I'm sorry. You guys are the arbiters of normal. Is that is that what you're claiming? Now, I don't think normal is in your lane, boys. Pelosi is right to say no to Trump's vision. I've got some ideas on what Trump ought to be doing..