20 Burst results for "Wata Malla"

Top contenders for president in Guatemala election

BBC World Service

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Top contenders for president in Guatemala election

"Them. Marla in Central America is going to the polls today to elect a new president, the incumbent, Jimmy Morales has come to the end of his single term in power and he's not allowed to have another one. The main issue in the election is political corruption. But with many candidates being barred from standing during the election campaign, how chaotic has the whole process. Become sandra. Cuff is a freelance journalist covering Central America. Yes. Absolutely has been this year, had a shorter campaign, period, than usual, three months, and many of these candidates were barred during the campaign, period. One is recently within the past two weeks. What has a lot of political parties. There's a field now of nineteen presidential candidates, and there's also elections for congress and local officials will be happening. So within those nineteen candidates, there's a clear front runner, Sandra. Tortoise from the centrist named party? But. Heard closest top two rivals were both barred from the race. So that was sort of who was barred because she's the daughter of a coup leader, and former dictator, general Mon, who stood trial for genocide, and the constitution bars, who leaders, and their close relatives from running for president the other who has been, you know, a much more sort of contentious. Exclusion from the race is Tele, Donna. She's a former attorney general and she worked really closely with a UN backed emission against corruption. So a lot of what's been going on has been tied to government corruption investigations, into government corruption, which included investigations into the sitting president, you mean what Alice and the leading candidate? Sandra toyotas. So. Yeah, it is definitely being sure mayhem over the past three months of this campaign period. Incumbent Jimmy Morales Constand again. Kenny. No, the constitution curl hits reelection. In guatemala. A lot of Latin American countries due to the twentieth century history of really long dictatorships civil war. Guatemala had thirty six year civil war to two hundred thousand people killed most of them civilians by the army most indigenous so constitution prohibits reelection and actually, the ruling party candidate isn't polling anywhere near the top. So in this field of now just nineteen because five candidates were excluded the top two. This Sunday will go on to a runoff election in August. The US will be very keen to see the kind of government, establish that encourages stability because there are so many migrants at the moment, heading from Guatemala to the US under definitely the number one country origin, currently for my grandson asylum, seekers apprehended at the US border. And so the issue. Of migration, though, has actually not been a major issue in this election campaign in Guatemala, and part about is because all debates around policies and platforms have just been in the shadows, because there's been so much chaos in terms of legal battles over the candidates. I'm however, you know, the main candidates do each have different policy proposals, or, you know, at least statements in terms of how they would deal with my Gration and those gift for widely. There's sort of a broad spectrum, and they range from, you know, increasing rural aid for small farmers, health and education, all the way to proposing asking the US to establish military bases along the border between Mexico and really wide range of proposals that are on the table. In terms of what the candidates are saying, they'll do to try to stem migration, a living standards that bad in Guatemala, an incredibly high level of inequality in the mall. Atlanta and all increment of policy seventy percent of the population. Nearly seventy percent work in the informal economy. There aren't jobs. Also climate change is really affecting subsistence, farmers. There's also high levels of violence. So yes, conditions really are that bad, causing people to flee. And, you know, a lot of people and migrants and asylum-seekers themselves refer to the role that corruption has played in that because, you know, it has taken away from potential government aid and policies that would go to sort of alleviating or address the root causes of all of this migration son recover putting on Guatemala via slightly dodgy line sorry about that. Brian is Central America case in point when it comes to the loss of democracy. I mean, it's what it's emblematic of is the fact that there's a lot of there's more elections than ever before in the world. More countries are holding elections. But the quality of those elections is not particularly high in many places that are rife with corruption, and violence because people don't have confidence in the election system in places like that and be, it's very easy to get away with manipulating the election. Particularly winced ability is one of the key drivers of foreign responses to election. So in a place like Wata Malla, the US will be most interested in the election, creating continuity stability security. And so a lot of times you end up having people who will rubber stamp, or praising election. That's poor-quality simply because it is going to deliver the types of things that foreign governments in the west want. And that's that's I think something that ends up facilitating or sort of allowing poor-quality elections to

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"wata malla" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"wata malla" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Bill O'Reilly here. Thursday June thirteenth two thousand nineteen. You are listening to the O'Reilly update. And here's what's happening today in America, the fatal shooting of a suspected criminals, sparks major clashes between police and residents in Memphis Tennessee federal spending sets a new record at three trillion dollars, so far, this year, Mexico, deploying troops to the border to avoid Trump's tariffs, governor of Illinois, declaring abortion, a fundamental, right? Los Angeles International airport officially declared the worst airport in the world. Also, coming up my message of the day on the US women's soccer team. But I the fatal shooting of a suspected criminal by US marshals in Memphis, Tennessee, sparked violence last night, that injured more than two dozen police officers. The unidentified man crashed his vehicle into approaching. Authorities. Then exited the car carrying a weapon when the marshalls opened. Fire police fired tear gas to disperse the growing crowd, which apparently does not want civil protections for the first time in history of the USA federal spending top three trillion dollars in the first eight months of the current fiscal year, one hundred and eighty one billion dollars more than the previous record set during the great recession of two thousand nine the three biggest factors in the massive budget. Our health and human services, social security, and defense spending. Some economists believe the federal spending is now a dangerous situation. Mexican officials are deploying thousands of soldiers to the southern border with Wata Malla, the foreign minister saying the government will crack down on illegal immigration from Central America in order to avoid President Trump's five percent tariff on virtually all Mexican goods flowing into the USA. The abortion debate between liberal and conservative states, continued Wednesday. When Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker officially designated abortion, a fundamental, right? That declaration removes many restrictions on the procedure including spousal consent. Waiting periods and previous bans on partial birth abortions during late term, pregnancies city of Los Angeles taking the top spot, and a new global survey, but not for a very good thing. Los Angeles International airport better known as LAX is now officially the worst airport in the world, popular travel guidebook,.

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"wata malla" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"wata malla" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Hour from townhall dot com. I'm Patrick fos. Texas Senator John Cornyn has warning Americans against buying into the democratic socialism being peddled by some democratic presidential candidates, there's a reason why you don't see caravans of people attempting to immigrate to countries like Venezuela. But he says, Democrats like Bernie Sanders promoting things like Medicare for all the green new deal. And a host of other disastrous policies, such massive government programs. Cornyn says would spell the end of personal economic ambitions and freedoms most fundamentally of all it would destroy the American dream Cornyn troubled by polls showing some forty percent of Americans saying they might prefer living in a socialist economy, while Agnew Capitol Hill. Mexico is we need to apply that of its new national guard for immigration enforcement. The six thousand strong force is part of an agreement with the US to head off threatened American tariffs on Mexican imports. Mexican officials say guard members deployed near Mexico's southern border with Wata Malla will register migrants offer them options for regularizing their immigration status in return, those who don't want to register. I'm Mike Kemp. President Trump is setting one thousand more US troops into Poland as part of a broader security alliance. The announcement came during a White House news conference with the visiting polish president who said his country will pay for the basing of American troops. Holand has been pushing for an increased permanent presence of U S forces out of concern over Russia's military activity. President Trump also said Poland is buying more than thirty f thirty five Joint Strike Fighter jets from the US in recognition of that purchase a single f thirty five flew over.

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"wata malla" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"wata malla" Discussed on AP News

"He leads today's birthday round up. It'll be working on a movie starring his wife, Allison Brie Franco, who's a cat lover says that played into their decision to get married last year. She was the only person I could find who is willing to sleep with my to sixteen pound cats on top of her every night. So I didn't have many choices in terms of partner Broncos thirty four actor Timothy BuzzFeed launched a production company with his wife actress, Melissa Gilbert, and actor, Jeff Daniels. Their first film together. It's called guest artists. You know, Melissa did the sats. I did the costumes. Jeff road, it I was the line producer. So the idea of being mom and pop me, you know, was kind of exciting BuzzFeed, talking with WSF BTV. He sixty two and Swedish pop singer Robyn says growing up with a grandfather, who was a preacher, and parents who were theater actors is what made her into the performer, she is today come with him to church. And I would you know what Tim preach? And then my mom would pick me up and take me to the theater, both bait. Serious in spiritual things you it shaped me Robin talking with red bull music academy. She's forty and that's our birthday round up for June twelfth. I'm Bob Kessler. They're there to enforce immigration Mexico's new national guardsmen, deployed, an AP correspondent, Mike hemp and says they're headed to both the northern and southern borders. The six thousand strong force is part of an agreement with the US to head off threatened American tariffs on Mexican imports. Mexican officials say guard members. Deployed near Mexico's southern border with Wata Malla will register migrants offer them options for regularizing their immigration status in return, those who don't want to register. Another deployment is going to the border with the United States to attend to migrants who have been returned to Mexico while their asylum. Claims are processed in US courts, I'm Mike Kemp..

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"wata malla" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Rancho is brought to you by northwest safe. There's a lot of news happening all around the world and right here at home. So let's find out what's trending what's trending happening now. So the president just announced that he's planning to declare a new national emergency in order to implement the tariffs against Mexico. This comes according to a document that the customs and border protection have put out, this is coming from the hill. Again, this is happening right now that there was this threat last week that we talked about to impose a five percent tariff on all Mexican goods coming into the United States, we had over the course of the last two days, a series of meetings between the White House in particular vice President Mike Pence and Mexican officials trying to figure out from the Mexican perspective. What exactly is it that you want us to do in order to prevent you from? Moving forward with the terrorists. Now CBS news. Correspondent Natalie brand. She had a report that said the United States under Trump has been a little bit vague on specifics as to what they want Mexico to do outlined three key points that he said the administration are in his mind are some of the top priorities, this is per Navarro saying that Mexico needs to take a Silom seeker. So asylum being the number one issue that he raised as well as Mexico strengthening enforcement of it southern border with Wata Malla, and then also cracking down on what he calls corruption at checkpoint. Now this comes as we just got.

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Mexico Cracks Down on Migrants, After Pressure From Trump to Act

Hugh Hewitt

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Mexico Cracks Down on Migrants, After Pressure From Trump to Act

"Believe this there's a story out there that the mexican government it's in the washington post the mexican government is cracking down on illegal immigration now that wasn't supposed to work remember the tariffs on mexico we were all told that that that's not gonna work that's going to destroy american consumers them and it's going to destroy all sorts of american jobs and and mexico will be mad at us and that's just not going to work the president doesn't know what he's doing i don't like tariff by the way Free market kind of guy, but the headline in the New York Times, pressured by Trump Mexico cracks down on migrants. And then you click on it goes Mexico cracks down on migrants after pressure from Trump to act. detentions and deportations and mexico are multiplying quickly the ports in new york times shang that it so sphere among thousands of central americans and others crowding the migrant shelters and budget hotels here in southern mexico many of them hoping to reach the american border the mexican government has been under intense pressure from the night from president trump and the united states to block the tens of thousands of undocumented migrants trudging north each month with the american author thirties unable to stop illegal immigration into the united states that's because of our crazy asylum laws just marching to the ports of entry they're not trying summer trying to come over the border via river in the traditional old fashioned way then they're not intended to an asylum claim that the cartels in the cody gotten smart they're teaching them how to mouth the words of asylum and they get into the system from which they hope they can eventually skate But. Foreign minister from Mexico came to Washington yesterday. he warned the terrorist would undermine mexico's efforts and that's a good face saving compromise but they have really upped their game along southern river which marks the border between mexico guatemala scores of rafts cross within view inefficient border bridge made of wooden planks lashed tire inner tubes they fled back they put back and forth throughout the day openly carrying undocumented migrants local residents and black market goods according to the rash mun the recent crackdown had not affected illegal traffic but that's not what the leaders the leaders it's working now in april more than one hundred nine thousand people were apprehended at or near the southwest border of the united states the highest monthly total since two thousand seven i like facts facts are stubborn things a hundred and nine thousand people in april it is a crisis at the border and democrats will not help the president is using the only tool in his chest i'm not a fan of terrorists but i am a fan of stopping this humanitarian disaster i can't tell you what happens these people one hundred nine thousand people a month i don't even want to think about what happened to them in the sorrow that they put up with and they've bankrupt their families they sell everything they have and their villages some villages empty i read one report people lured by the promise of new asylum gadget so the more and more that the president can do short threatening tariffs is not putting tariffs on threatening tariffs is threatening tariffs And if the Mexican government gets onboard all to the better. there are friend there are ally we get along fine with them but we need enforcement at their southern border and at art southern border there northern border and our southern border is the same border but they're shut borders with wata malla that's for the benefit of the steelers fans and we need to make sure they're doing everything they can to keep that

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"wata malla" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Wooded you Joe, man. Randy savage this factor in the risk. No one that does better. Now, does it better repeat myself? Go ahead told me something right now. Moderate. Well, the new another episode apart b-actor it is Wednesday April third top stories to the day. I'm gonna take a Trump date. We're going to talk about the border healthcare. Hackers and his father's birthplace Marsh. Gonna tell us the legend of Joe exotic. It's it's almost as good as Joe dirt. It's a good lunch. I'm excited very excited. West tell us about some good old, South Carolina church Shelton. There's some good old Christians doing Christian things down there. And then pow tickets through lightning round of other headlines. Okay. Let's get into the Trump date I up the southern border. So last week. You may remember that President Trump said he may be forced to shut down the southern border to keep the country safe from the national emergency. I do remember that. Yeah. Right. We covered it here. So you knew you knew it advanced. But I'm gonna give you the update now. So even though both Pelosi in the house McConnell in the Senate have said that they can't get a border deal done fast enough and that shutting down the border would be catastrophic to the economy. Trump said on Tuesday, quote, if we don't make a deal with congress the borders going to be closed one hundred percent on quote, that's all the percents every percents. That means it's close. It sounds like we don't even need the wall. If you can just, you know, claim it's just to bring this up as a solution earlier. I think that's what he's thinking too. He just figured it out claim it's closed and this shutdown damn deal. Not only does Trump on action now from congress on a border deal. He also cut foreign aid for Wata Malla, El Salvador, Honduras, basically, saying, why would we aid them if they send caravans at us? So I don't know because they they harbour MS thirteen right? Yeah. I mean, there's lots of reasons why. But at the same time, you know, this is kind of like one of those it's hot outside. So where's your climate change arguments? Like. True. I don't think Trump's going to be a guest of honor at the CONCACAF away games coming up. God. It's so hard. I'm just Lexi CONCACAF cold outside whereas your climate. Yeah. We knew that's okay. Yeah. Next up healthcare. You may remember Trump's tweet from last week about how the Republicans will become the party of healthcare. Yeah. I mean, do you know what it means? Can you know, but no, no, no, no. Sounds good though. Yeah. Okay. While this week, maybe not so much Trump met with McConnell. That's the Senate majority leader day old Turkey neck. Oh, yeah. Trump met with gone on Monday where they discussed the strategy which apparently will be the strategy to approaching healthcare which apparently will be try and use the next year to keep costs down on healthcare. Otherwise known as gutting ObamaCare or the Affordable Care Act as much as you can and try to get it overturned in court, and then after that the party healthcare, the Republicans will propose comprehensive healthcare measures to replace the Affordable Care Act ObamaCare after twenty twenty so a little bit of a punt from where they were last week to which I'm sure all Democrats are muttering to themselves. Well, that's just not possible. That's the repeal replace he'll then replace really the Republicans lucked up by getting to calling themselves the healthcare party. I. I mean, it's it's a fun sound, really. I mean, the Democrats had ObamaCare call themselves the healthcare party. I mean, if you have the opportunity, you gotta use your move, Democrats and surest thing, maybe that's all this is I think all the deals suck Americans are still getting fucked by everybody in healthcare. No matter who's making the fucking rules too much pen too much. Well, Penn too much, I'm due for a tornado here. Just to get my money's worth. We'll just let's get on the soccer pitch. Yeah. Over the weekend. A woman was arrested at mar-a-lago Trump's Florida resort home for trying to infiltrate the property with Mauer, even though she wasn't on the guest list at the club..

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"wata malla" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"But I think we'll get there, and we should take the example of the courageous survivors and lawyers Wata Malla. So let's go to John Bolton the national security adviser unfocused business. We're in conversation with major American companies now that are either in Venezuela. We're in the case of citgo here in the. United states. I think we're trying to get to the same end result. Here you know, Venezuela is one of the three countries I called the troika of tyranny it'll make a big difference to the United States economically. If we could have American oil companies really invest in and produce the oil capabilities in Venezuela. It'd be good for the people that Israel at the good for the people of the United States. So so that's the quote of John Bolton on FOX. And at the same time, you have the United States imposing sweeping new US sanctions on Venezuela's state oil company. Well, that that statement from Bolton his remarkable. And it sounds like he's implementing the Trump doctrine of Victor belong. The spoils take the oil because would Bolton is proposing. There is not just to overturn the policy the boulevard. The charges movement. He's talking about overturning the oil policy that existed before China's came to power under the previous US, essentially US, directed conservative governments in Venezuela. When China's came to power, the oil company in Venezuela was already nationalized he inherited that he did not suddenly nationalize an oil industry. That was controlled by American corporations. It was already done by his by his predecessors. So he's actually Bolton his actually proposing a radical change in the traditional economic policy of in as well. And also, by the way, the idea that the Venezuelan oil companies some alien force to Americans is is not true. Many of your. Viewers have probably been to we used to be called cities service. Our cold citgo gas stations across the United States. These are the stations of citgo which is the American subsidiary of the Venezuelan state owned oil company and they've been doing business in a normal business fashion in the United States for decades upon decades. And another thing that's interesting about that comment from Bolton is it doesn't if you really study, it, it doesn't even have an economic rationale. Let's say if you're just thinking strictly self interested economic terms for the United States as an entity that wouldn't even make sense because in today's world your worst enemy will still sell you oil at the market price. And there's not a whole lot of difference economically between controlling the oil fields yourself. F- and buying the oil. That's produced by them on the open market, regardless of who does the production. The discipline of the market ensures basically, a uniform price the term in by the market and not by the political wishes of the of the oil producer. That's the way it works in today's world. So the reason for Bolton advocating having the US companies coming in and seizing. The oil is more political making one giving the US source of leverage deciding where that oil can go, and where the how the oil revenues can be used because up to now the first under traumas and continuing to certain extent under Mobuto, the Venezuelan government boulevard in government has used oil revenues for several politic. Purposes one is to fund social programs that have helped the poor. And in fact, that was the specific reason that the rich after two went on strike against traumas trying to bring down the economy because they objected to the oil revenues being used for social programs for the poor. They wanted the oil revenue to flow somehow into their pockets, and Secondly Venezuela has sometimes use that oil revenue that oil for foreign political purposes, for example, they assisted Haiti in providing oil to Haiti and canceling announcing cancellation of Haiti's oil debts, a number of years back under traumas when Haiti was in particularly desperate straits, even in the United States. Even in Boston. Congressman Joe Kennedy, the former congressman years ago, establishing pro a program in Boston to provide a local. Heating oil to his lower income constituents in the Boston area and part of the way he did that was by making an arrangement with the Venezuelan oil company. So if you had American corporations in control of the Venezuelan oil, these kind of political choices could have court be reversed but in raw economic. Rationale terms. It wouldn't make sense at all. It's very bold. I think very revealing..

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"wata malla" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Mark Levin show on big band camp. That has got Robin were were kinda up in the air right now. We've got a couple of different things that we're thinking about doing the president is taking questions now about the border wall funding and all of that. And real quick I want to get to this first question, which is about whether or not he'd be willing to let the government shutdown last for a year, possibly Senator Schumer came out and said that the meeting from his point of view and speaker Pelosi's was contentious, he also said you said in the meeting this is him quoting you just want to check that the shutdown could go on for months or even a year or longer. Did you say that I did is that we are? Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate, they feel very strongly about having a safe country have a border that. Makes sense without borders. I've said it many times we don't have a country. I hope it doesn't go on even beyond a few more days. They'd really could open very quickly. I told them at bring who you want. We have three people you can ideally bring three, but you can bring six you can bring nine you can bring twelve and they're going to be working over the weekend. I think it may have been somewhat contentious. But I think it was very productive. I have to say that. And I think he said that to the productive part from your point of view, Mr President, the Democrats move it all in your direction on funding of a barrier. Into that. Because I don't want to put them in a position where they have to justify anything to a lot of the people that they have to make happy. We want to save lives. We want children to be safe. The children are being decimated. And I'm not talking about necessarily children in our country. I'm talking about wonderful children that are coming up from other places, whether it's Honduras or Wata Malla, or El Salvador, or Mexico or other places, and we have to take care of those children. Also, we can't let them die on the way up. What's happening to women? All those caravans. You're not talking about it. But it's horrible. What's happening? If they know it's not going to take place because they can't get through because we have a great border wall or fence or barrier. They're not gonna come up, and you're not gonna have the problem at the same time. They can apply to come into our country legally like so many people have done, and we need people major. We have to have people because we have all these companies coming in we need great people. But we want them to come in on a merit basis. And they have to come in on a merit basis. They can't come in the way they've been coming in for years. I get calls from the great tech companies. And they're saying we don't allow people at the top of their class at the best schools in the country. We don't allow them to stay in our country. So they ended up going back to China, and Japan, and so many other countries all over the world, and we don't care. Them. They get educated at our finest schools. And then we don't allow them through various set of circumstances to have any guarantees of staying. So we lose out on on great minds. We can't do that. We have companies if we don't change that. And we're working on that. And we discuss that with the Democrats, and I think they agree. We're working on that. But we don't want to lose our great companies because we have a ridiculous policy that we won't accept smart people. So that's the president again making the case for the border wall for reformed immigration system, talking about the merit based immigration system as opposed to the visa watery that he's talked a lot about and making the case that yes, we can beef up ports of entry..

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"wata malla" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"There have been two children that have died in US custody in recent weeks, the latest of which was an eight year old boy from Wata Malla. And once again, the Democrats want to investigate the handling of how America, and I agree. We should never put children. I don't care where they're from. We should not be putting children in harm's way. Children's should not be preyed upon by anyone of any nation at any time. And if we have facilities where child predators are, employed and not vetted, those people should face the full full force of the American law. This eight year old boy that died in custody. We now know the father refused medical treatment for his son. It's a horrible tragedy to lose an eight year old the kid was sick. He had flu like symptoms. The father refused medical treatment. And then the boy became so ill. He had to be hospitalized and died before they could resuscitate him. It is a tragic story. But when you read these in the media, you would believe that this president has an absolute disregard at the very least he has a disregard for these children. And at the very worst. He's using them in punishing them. So that people will stop coming. He is going to treat these children so horribly that they die. So that others won't come. That's how racist and how much he hates these people. And it's an unfair narrative, I have some disagreements at times with the president of the United States and the way he does things I saw this treatment with my own eyes during the Obama administration. I had pictures on my phone. I still have the pictures on my phone. It haunts me. Because as Americans we do not once we get fed up with something. Then we we moved to action. When are we going to be fed up? They're arguing about the need for border security. The thousands of people that come here illegally every day. The thousands of people pouring across our border in places that are not the normal border crossings the drugs that are coming across our border the crime that crosses our border the dangers at the southern border of the United States all of the evidence. That's there. There's not one political figure with an honest face that can tell you that our borders are secure and the way we're doing things is working right now the system is broken. There is no border protection and people are suffering. There are American suffering on our side of the border. There was a rancher that was known to help people ranchers in southern Arizona on on the border. You know, the classic the old stories showed you ranchers that would ride their land on horseback. And now they ride their land on ATV's, but they're always armed with fifteen or some other form of rifle because they come in contact with the cartels and human traffickers, bringing people across their land all the time they carry food. They carry water they carry medical supplies because many times they are the first responders on the scene to save someone's life before calling the federal authorities and having people taken into custody. And there was a rancher the came upon somebody that he thought was injured or wounded, and when he dismounted from his ATV thinking he was going to try to render aid to someone that person turned over and shot and killed him. These are the real stories of human suffering because of a system that we are allowing to happen. And the media is complicit is complicit in covering up. It's sad. It's unfair. It's not the right thing to do. And it all has to do with twenty twenty and winning election as sad as that is this is about winning an election. Some more on this before we get out of this hour and coming up the next hour. We'll talk about the huge surge and the stock market the good things in the economy, and what our friends on the left are gonna try to do in the next session of congress. It seemed to be an ongoing theme doesn't it.

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"wata malla" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on KCRW

"Here to talk about Mexico's migration enforcement policies as well as the US's role in those plans is Meyer opera Bach. She's a freelance reporter currently writing for the New York Times who is with the migrants in Mexico. There are people who are generally coming from Honduras. So there are others from El Salvador and Guatemala off from Central America and are heading north often because of dire economic conditions where they've been living at times because the cities or towns where they live in have become quite violent. There's a high rate of gang violence in Central America, and these different factors have pressed people to leave their countries, and you see a rise. Also in the number of families who are traveling together. You see a lot of parents with little kids which seen over the past few years, but it's particularly noticeable when the group is this large. I'm just curious. What has been the? Mexican response to migrants. Have they used force to prevent them from moving forward. When the migrants I came to the bridge between Mexico and Wata Malla. That's the official entry point then Mexican government, and the Guatemalan government had police blocking the entry point the Mexican government had riot police there that riot police is you might have seen a news reports used tear gas to try to repel the crowd and succeeded in at least pushing them back enough. So that the gate that they pushed open could be closed again. And then the government said that it would start processing people it's so far process a little bit more than three hundred people a day, and that has been the main use of force since then the Mexican government has pretty much not tried to stop the migrants there too many migrants for them to really do anything other than escort people as they go. Oh by so we've seen a police presence. There was a police helicopter flying around is a large federal police force that has come down specifically because of this mass migration. But at this point is also left to renew simple governments to try to figure out where do we put all these people can we fit them into a stadium? Can we fit them into parks can fit them into some sort of municipal auditorium? And that ends up being the larger question that has to be answered because the Mexican government is not about to stop these thousands of people from walking through what they have done is tried to encourage people to apply for some sort of legal status be that refugee status Mexico's equivalent of asylum or some other sort of paperwork. They've mentioned visas in the past there's been the option to get through a safe passage permit as happened in the last care, man. But people are generally distrustful of the government in various faces. The government has said you can stay here to rest their fairgrounds and top of Chula and another space where we are now in weeks, LA and people have generally exited those government-sanctioned spaces at a fear that they might be deported. At what point is the Mexican government or any of these governments thinking that this could become a humanitarian crisis. If there are. No, where's the really nowhere for these folks to go? I mean, I think this is already a humanitarian crisis and people are going to keep going north. The question is what will happen along the route whether the government will try to intervene later on. But the US government will try to do to intervene. And I also think that there are just hard trips of walking this these distances and the incredible son with few resources that are going to be apparent Mexico has its own long history of migration. And so there are also people who you will find who will say that some of the central Americans are criminals who are who think they've been paid or different rumors that you also here in the US on the other hand, there are many people who have turned out, whether they're just from local community groups, or from church groups or people who just walk out of their houses.

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"wata malla" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on The Takeaway

"On the other hand, there are many people who have turned out whether they're just from local community groups or from church groups, or people who just walk out of their houses and have had a far friendlier resp-. Monce have tried to help out my adver. Bach is a freelance journalist in Mexico. My thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me on Monday morning. The president had this response to the mass migration on Twitter Wata Malla Honduras. El Salvador were not able to do the job of stopping people from leaving their country and coming illegally to the US. We will now begin cutting off or substantially reducing the massive foreign aid routinely given to them said the president will that could mean even more cuts in aid to the region in two thousand sixteen the United States. Congress allocated seven hundred fifty million dollars for development assistance in Central America in the twenty eight teen budget that requests that number was reduced to four hundred sixty million. So what can we make of the president's latest threat joining me now to answer that question as Mark Fierstein Fierstein was former assistant administrator for Latin America and the Caribbean at the US agency for international development. And today he's a senior adviser at the Albright Stonebridge group. Mark, welcome to the takeaway. Here. So what exactly I mean, can the president make good on that threat to either unilaterally cut off or substantially reduced foreign aid in short? No, the president cannot do that. Congress has the power of the purse. Congress appropriates money and the executive branch is required to spend it now. Congress can make a decision to cut assistance limit assistance, but I think it's important to point out that the assistance that we've been prevented Central America for decades and particularly increase is in the last few years. And you mentioned the increase in two thousand sixteen that increase had bipartisan support. Both Democrats Republicans recognize that the way to reduce my Gration is to improve the lives of the people in Central America in Guatemala, no Salvadoran to strengthen the capacity of governments to reduce crime at REUs poverty. Then if we sure. And if Ashley become productive if we were to cut this assistance because I would just lead to more migration. So then the question is we we have cut that assistance in two thousand sixteen. It was seven hundred and fifty million and in twenty eighteen the budget request is now down to four hundred sixty million. What gives there what's that about? Well, this a ministration that doesn't really believe in foreign assistance and the president who doesn't appreciate understand the value foreign assistance. He tends to see it as a gift and he doesn't understand is that whether we're spending it in all Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, or other places around the world, it's really in the US national interest to be supporting these countries. And I think there are four reasons in particular with regard to Central America. Obviously we're trying to reduce my Gration. We do that by helping these countries to I noted to reduce crime, reduce poverty, their commercial reasons to support foreign assistance has he's countries as people in these countries become wealthier move in the middle class, they become consumers and they become the for consumers of US products and that creates jobs United States. There's also. National security reasons. There are drug traffickers, Asians, gangs, operate in these countries, and we've an interest in strengthened capacity of these countries to combat those organizations. And again, there you mentioned reasons. I mean, people are living in poverty in desperate conditions in these places, and we've obligation as a as a prosperous country to try to provide assistance to them for years after the migration crisis that caused President Obama to respond. We seem to be in a similar situation, and I'm wondering, is there any way to evaluate how much of the aid went and where it was supposed to go? Was the aid has the aid been affective? That's an important question. And I think he ID and other organizations do their best to try to assess the impact of the job offer. One example US do you years ago basically beginning a pilot study a pilot program, and they looked at the areas of the country where there was the highest levels of crime, and then they invested. Great amount in certain areas and certain areas they did not. And they saw that the areas where they're investing where they were training police, where they were providing assistance to youth and building you centers and giving them providing them with job opportunities and and job training..

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"wata malla" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One thousand dollars four times four K A on W M A L, A Cumulus station. WMA L news at ten nine Curtis. Mexico tried to stop them. But a caravan of thousands of Central American migrants continues to track north to the border Mexican authorities wouldn't let them cross the bridge from Wata Malla into their country. So correspondent Patrick Ottoman says they took rafts from the very heavy loaded. Some of them were small kids carrying all the have on their back. And now they're going to get off here. Finally on the Mexican side the journey north to the United States President Donald Trump has vowed to keep the migrants out of the US disturbing social media posts lead to the arrest of a Montgomery County high school student police say eighteen year old Louis Cabrera of Rockville posted pictures of himself on Snapchat, holding an AR fifteen with loaded magazines and the caption school shooter students at Walter Johnson. High school told the school resource officer Cabrera also recently posted I hate WJ. And I'm going to shoot up the school. He was arrested Thursday and charged with one count of threat of mouths violence. Cabrera's being held without bond university of Maryland board of regents has the results of an independent investigation into the culture of the university systems football program. They'll talk about the findings of a special closed-door meeting Tuesday. The probe comes after football player. Jordan McNair collapsed during a team workout in died from heat stroke over the summer. The findings of the investigation will be made public next week a separate investigation found trainers didn't take the right steps to cool McNair down after he collapsed the Washington Redskins take on their NFC east divisional rival, the Dallas Cowboys today voice of the Redskins. Larry Michael tells WML's mornings on the mall. The Cowboys are a straightforward team. If you look at the statue look at their roster. You gotta stop there. Run. Elliott's number two in the NFL back Prescott is going to run the ball. They're passing game isn't something. That's gonna scare you. Their defense will though their defense is outstanding especially against the run. You can hear the game right here. WMA pre-game action starts at three twenty five kickoffs at four twenty five. Hecklers confronts. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell at a restaurant yesterday. Audio courtesy of TMZ. It was at a diner in Louisville Kentucky, and Senator McConnell was having dinner with his wife transportation secretary, Elaine Chao, he was confronted by a small group of people, including man who yelled at the two they encounter at the rumba restaurant was captured on video it shows the man shouting, they're going to come for social security, and why don't you get out of here? Earlier this year. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, homeland security secretary kearse to Nielsen and Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz also had similar encounters. Correspondent Linda Kenyon Howard county wants to turn your food scraps into fertilizer technology.

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"wata malla" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"The blaze radio network. On demand. Pat grade is here on the blaze radio network. Welcome to it right in early or Pat grin leashed triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three if you'd like to participate the shows morning. Interesting things going on like the pope visiting with Michael Moore. Wow, wow. That's something I never thought would ever come to pass. Also there was a teen in Chicago who was arrested because he posted a photo of a toy online, a toy gun, of course, so they arrested him. We got that guy off the streets. Thank goodness that that was frightening, Chicago. Yeah. Yeah, it's. It's. It's it's about time. We start arresting people for posting pictures of toys. I, when are we going to stop that madness? Well, Chicago being progressive, sitting out in front on that threaten also the caravan. The legal immigrant caravan originally came from Honduras going through Wata Malla. They're clear to, I think, almost Mexico by now in Mexico, sending five hundred federal officers to stop them that continues to head toward the United States of America. No, let them keep coming. I want them to arrive on November six. It just it just doubled. And so it just growing and growing. You know, the more the merrier, all y'all come free. That's what that's what we. I think that's our. That's actually our motto now. Ali Aleka free. Yeah, we just don't do anything about it because we have American values and American values mean that you let everybody come in here. No matter. Sure where they're coming from, doesn't matter if you don't know who they are, what they're doing here yet, just let him in what if you liked the rule of law, though? No, it's nothing to do with rule of law. It shouldn't be a law. You know, illegal immigration is an artificial construct. And the sooner you realize that? Yeah, keep the better off. You're going to be a, sir. There's a mass shooting to and not in the United States of America, which surprised because I thought that only happens here here right here in America. It only happens in. We're the only country in the world where mass shootings occur. I thought we were the only country in the world that allowed guns period. Right?.

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"wata malla" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"NGO strength, jollies custody census is found in Central America including Wata. Malla. Humans are incidental hosts that can become infected by consuming intermediate or transport hosts, such as snails slugs freshwater crabs or shrimp. Unveiling the RN a world, a clinical implications of basic research article by Judy Lieberman from Boston children's hospital, the twenty eighteen Lasker coche, lend special achievement award in medical science, announced September. Eleventh recognizes Joan Steitz, who has made pioneering contributions to the understanding of RNA biology and as a woman scientist has led the way as a role model and strong advocate for removing the barriers to welcoming and advancing women and minorities into the scientific community states began her scientific training when there were few women scientists not long after the discovery of the central dogma of molecular biology. The central dogma posits that DNA provides the coating information for genes which are trying. -scribed into messenger, Aren ace that are then translated by rival films into proteins as a post doctoral fellow and young faculty member Steitz identified. The messenger Aren a sequences that ripe assumes recognized to begin translation and found that the recognition of the start site relies on base pairing between sequence constraints sections of DNA located close to the start code on and a complementary sequence in the Rivasseau Aren a Steitz played a key role in uncovering many functions of small non coding RNA's as well as the key steps needed to process their primary transcripts into functioning components of the RNA machinery. She also uncovered the role of small non coding Aren as in promoting viral. Lifecycles the insights of Steitz pioneering. Studies that revealed the small Aren a world and how it functions are just now beginning to be translated into new classes of therapeutics..

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"wata malla" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"When we start giving cops with that kind of ability to enforce against weaker people, a bad ass nickname, like not supposed to be cool, right? You're not to be with ice right now. I mean, if you want to change it to the bureau of border enforcement, you know the BB that's not cool and I could live with that and I and I think that does send a message. I mean, you know, again, it's propaganda, it's subtle, but we. Give these guys, these cops, these bad ass ice t shirts, and they give them a bad ass name. And then eventually they have too much power. So the issue isn't abolishing them. It's changing the name and reducing the power. I would. I would certainly abolish ice, but I also think and I also think there's a whole, you know, I mean, look. One of the things that Omla's promised to do in Mexico is is, is is demilitarize Mexico's border with Wata Malla and a basically said, look, we're not gonna. Do you know your dirty work anymore? But to be really clear like there's a lot of steps in between here. Demilitarizing border does not mean that like you could have you say, look, we're going to get an accordance with international law on refugees. We're not going to have an empowered independent agency to terrorize families across the country. And we're still going to, you know, yes. Like there's still a process that you, you know, we could check your passport look at what you bring into the country. Like none of this is necessitated, you know, violence and militarism in any way, shape or form. And it really is. I mean, this is also why. I mean, obviously I oppose things like NSA surveillance, you know, just on the merits. I don't. I do not trust that agency with that level that type of unaccountable power in monitoring. But the other argument that you would, you know people like me would make and I never said Trump by name, but you would talk about. Policies like then say, or even like deportations under Obama, and you take all right guys. Let's say, let's let's stipulate for a minute that Barack Obama is the perfect Confucian ruler of the world, and he never makes a mistake and he's never wrong. And obviously I could even just sort of criticizing him is super bad, which some people did get like about Obama. Just as other people, you know, couldn't ever have a realistic analysis of Obama either. That was fair to him, frankly. But you know, I would say, okay, what happens when none of these programs are codified or accountable or scaled back, whether it's drones or NSA or ice, and you elect a total lunatic Republican president. And the only part of that sentiment that I was wrong about was I didn't specifically predict what lunatic it would be until much later. Right. It was like, even in your worst case scenario, the level of Lucy was underestimate, right? Right. I say, hey, you see that like Aren JD face asshole who like his fantasizing fingering his daughter one day. He's going to be in charge of all of these programs. Yeah, I know you're right. And the key is is, is you know, for all these things, I mean, look, there's there's. You want realistically, right? Assuming that Alexandria Cossio Cortez is not going to be the president right away. Right? She got to wait seven years anywhere. Shot down the road actually got shops, but yes. Not. She? No, she does have political SCO question so, but you wanna a policy. We're, we're there people in the room who are, I don't know experts on immigration and immigration policy, and they need to have a voice in setting administration policy. We know that doesn't exist here. We know that it's it's it's hard line immigration opponents and law enforcement. That's who makes up Trump's policy. That's right. How much more money can I get? How many more guns can I get? What can I get it? We get ten tanks to patrol the border around Paso. We'd love that that will help. Right. Great. Terrific. And there's nobody there to say, here's a breakdown of who's coming across and why they're coming across right. That just does that policy doesn't exist now, obviously, we know that was four more far more likely to assist under Obama, but I don't really know whether it did and certainly over at his lowest point in immigration when he was it should be said, because context is always relevant de..

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"wata malla" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The first place which is a processing center here in mcallen texas is where you've got kids separated from their parents you may have already seen the pictures you sort of have a large pans of chain link fences and there we had an opportunity to talk to one of the moms in this case a mahmoud fled violence and wata malla who told us that her daughter had been separated from her in that facility she didn't know where her daughter was at the moment and this is the direct result of a deliberate policy that the trump administration is put in place we should end this inhumane cruel policy right the russian investigation not working north korea is not going talks the economy's humming so let's go to the bullet or kimberly let's get on news ninety six five hundred landau kimberly fine thanks for hearing me yeah i'll try to be really quick but this is a really hot topic nancy pelosi has a lot of nerve going down there i think you guys should split the screen of her own backyard with the homeless needles the trash okay and these kids are getting treated better they're ill they came illegally or keep them together then okay process them and send them back you have don't let them cross if they don't cross we don't have the process isn't that the deal yeah that's true one thousand nine hundred ninety seven i imagine some of them are brought over by coyotes some of them are in abuse situations and some of them are taking a bar from their parents because they broke the law by coming here we have to send a message world twelve hundreds of thousands walt hussein serious on serious in ohio walk yeah i'll tell you this deal with immigration the democrats and the media their memories are very very short i mean you talked about separating families president trump has never ordered anybody separated at gun point like janet reno did under bill clinton with gonzales people forget about that boy was separate but yeah i mean that was one and now you have close to two thousand it's a controversial move but it was something brought up by john kelly when he had the job originally implemented by stephen miller and thoroughly back by his attorney general the president might decide to go back the other way and and put it into it i hope it doesn't stop these bills for moving through the house and that may be getting confirmed in the senate because i'm tired of just staring at each other with both sides can agree on any type of immigration reform went a lot of it is without controversy what wall.

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President Trump, Justin Trudeau and NPR discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, Justin Trudeau and NPR discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder, Air Force One due to arrive in a few hours in Singapore where prime minister Lisi and long says millions being spent to host the summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is worth it. I think it's a plus. It costs money to put up resources, not is a lot of effort for our security people. There's a lot of effort for comes people as well. While President Trump's airplane has yet to touchdown, Kim Jong own is already in Singapore. He was greeted at the airport today by the country's foreign minister trumping camera due to meet Tuesday on the island resort of cintos. While on the flight to Singapore, President Trump up into the g. seven summit accusing Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau of acting meek and mild only to attack the US news conference. Dan carpenter reports at Trump tweeted that he will not endorse the group's final statement hours after he left the summit Trump denounced Troodos criticism of the steel and aluminum tariffs. He said, based on Trudeau statements during his final news conference and the fact that candidate is charging massive tariffs to US farmers workers in companies. He told his representatives not to endorse the final communicate and to look at automobiles flooding. The US market has not clear what Trump's tweet. It's will leave the latest attempts to find trade peace. But Trudeau's office says, the prime minister has said nothing. He hasn't said before to Trump in his final communique. Trudeau had said there was broad agreement on twenty eight items including local trade, artificial intelligence, middle-class growth, innovation girls, education, and defending democracies from foreign threats. For NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter into Ronco Russian President. Vladimir Putin says he's ready to meet with President Trump spoke today at a regional summit in China saying, he agrees with Trump's concern about a renewed arms race. He was also asked about President Trump's suggestion that Russia's should have a seat at the seven table saying Russia did not choose to leave the g. seven and would be happy to host the group in Moscow. Russia was pushed following pushed out following the annexation of Crimea for years ago, search and rescue operations, ongoing in Guatemala after the massive volcanic eruption NPR's Windsor Johnston reports on more than one hundred people dead nearly two hundred others remain missing. If Waco volcano exploded one week. Ago burying villages with thick ash and molten lava since then, volunteers have been working to provide medicine water and food to thousands of survivors. Now, living in shelters, go to a barrow with World Vision. Wata. Malla says, mental health professionals are also counseling families left devastated by the eruption team of more than twenty people specialize in psychology that are helping to shelters to make this friendly spaces. So children can relieve the trauma of the strategy, but also to work with the parents to heal this this process, the US announced last week. It was sending emergency aid and financial resources to support relief efforts. You're listening to NPR news. The first actress to play a bond girl has died Eunice case in was ninety years old. She I played Sylvia trench and Dr. No, and reprieves the role in from Russia with love bond movie producers, Michael g Wilson and Barbara, but Kohli noted Gheysens bond connection on. Twitter. This weekend gazing began her career on stage in a production of the sound of music. Horse racing has its thirteenth triple crown. Winner justify won this weekend's. One hundred fiftieth Belmont Stakes from member station w. s. h. u. Charles lane reports at justify became a sensation because of his highs and ability to overcome inexperience. Prior to loading into the stark h justify pranced eagerly before the cheering crowd ears prick Dennis shoulder coats, sweaty, deep into the home, stretch grandstands rumbled longshot con hausky nipped at justifies heels, but could never catch up when justify cross. The finish line spectators were seen weeping. Bob Baffert is justifies trainer thing. Everybody wants to see this happen because the he such as a beautiful horse and he's just it's like, pass me to win. I mean, he just so tough and and just you just imposing horse. The last horse to win the triple crown was American pharaoh in two thousand fifteen who was also. Trained by Baffert for NPR news. I'm Charles lane at Belmont Park in New York to Tennyson men's final at the French Open set to get underway today. Veteran Rafael, Nidal playing Dominy tame a twenty four year old Austrian in his first grand slam title match. I'm trial Snyder. This is NPR news from Washington.

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"wata malla" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on NPR News Now

"From one community many of those deported ten years ago were indigenous maya from a rural village and said to wata malla tenure slater they become emotional recalling the events of that day in post ville many were detained for several months before being deported back to what malla in son who sick that houses stand have built and many returnees still can't find work some deportees have begun a program guiding tourists up nearby volcano but that work seasonable an unlimited some analysts look at the economic impact on this community as a future indicator of what may occur in many places if large scale immigration rates in the us continue for npr news amadiyah martin in san jose that us what the mala a new fisher has opened up near a geothermal plant on hawaii's big island the us geological survey reports no major lava flows from the new fisher but adds that conditions could change quickly this is npr news new voter registration numbers are out in california npr's ira jaffe reports that they show a continued decline for the republican party republican voters are now just about twenty five percent of the california electorate meanwhile the fastest growing group of voters are those who state no party preference they now trail republicans by just about thirty thousand voters if these trends continued there could soon be more independent voters in california than there are republicans democratic registration in the state has held relatively steady about forty four percent no republican has won statewide office here since two thousand six when arnold schwarzenegger was elected governor california has an open primary with candidates from all parties competing on a single ballot so it's possible there will be no republican candidates for governor or us senate who make to the runoff in november i knew jaffe npr news washington state governor giens libra claimed a state of emergency saturday for counties in the eastern part of.

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"wata malla" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"wata malla" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Bringing it here in it is coming through wata malla honduras mexico etcetera this is a planned attack in the way that trump answers this is going to mean the future of our republic it's as serious as those a very good point very well said yeah i hope donald trump does send military not only to collect zico where they're headed but to san diego and all the border across all the communities across the state where there is transportation whether they'll bring them up to a small town across the border also after this walk across under the old democratic laws if they step foot in the united states they follow the law they can't just take him back to gotta set a hearing date and so forth so they need to fix bayonets stand at the border used a butter their rifle they have to do not let them walk across the border in the united states and what they ought to do is go ahead and shut down all all ingress egress from the united states to mexico for a few days and they'll do just what they did about ten or fifteen years ago when a murder one of our border patrol or one of our officers and terry torture and the death in mexico marine that wound up seven months in prison because he couldn't make a uturn at the mexico border we do not have recipes acidy with mexico at all well which one of you which one of us could gawk into mexico in demand with caravan people to demand and actually have mexico a seat to it any country i went to prison i remember the story he went to prison because he didn't realize that he had to be in the left lane rather the middle lane he spent seven months in prison they treated him horribly until finally he was released but the other part of it is these refugees are demanding that we respect their rice i'd like to know where my right as an american is i put people in washington to not only keep me safe but to respect my rights and i want to know where washington is right now is sleep at the wheel as usual other than our president but what does israel do look what they do they don't put up with people trying to get over the border.

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