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"wave laredo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Includes aspects of Presley's equitable data collection and disclosure on covert nineteen act the government calls it a meaningful step forward she says it will save lives president drop of moving to stop immigration for a couple of months suspending immigration into the U. S. likely fueled by what's happening at the Texas Mexico border right now there are fifteen coronavirus cases are just one shelter in the Mexican border city of new new wave Laredo professor Tony pay on at rice university's Baker institute isn't surprised in all possibility of taxes social distancing when you have a gym or a ware house or a home where you got ten twelve fifteen people sleeping in a single room the professor says the so called remain in Mexico protocol forces asylum seekers to stay south of the border while their claim is processed he also says corona virus likely is being under reported their air Canada this week suspended all of its flights into the U. S. the suspension coming after an agreement between the two nations to restrict travel through may twenty first for some airlines the earning reports are out and well they're not earnings delta reported its first quarterly loss in eight years elder CEO ed Bastian says passenger volumes have dropped by as much as ninety five per cent he's telling employees delta will move forward as a smaller airline delta is showing a net loss of five hundred thirty four million dollars it comes two days after United said it expected to report a pre tax loss of two point one billion dollars in the first quarter Alex stone ABC news New Jersey's governor Phil Murphy says the delta along with United Airlines both giving free round trip flights the front line workers coming to his state help with covert nineteen Murphy says that health care providers will be flown into Newark airport one volunteer came into New Jersey from Atlanta already the group from Colorado is set to come in tomorrow travel agents have been hit hard by the corona virus outbreak CBS is Wendy Gillette tells us helps on the way as.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All this makes father Julio Lopez extremely anxious director of the NASA with Michael about organized crime in his city it's too risky but he has plenty to say about the trump administration's remain in Mexico program formally known as the migrant protection protocols or in P. P. under the program some forty five hundred asylum applicants have been returned to noise on the radio to wait in the spaniel is paying me but a mere speck in Namie who planned the men Thetis bottles millionths in Spanish the program has the initials PP am for me it's P. M. M. plan of life for migrants because there is no protection Lopez has seen it himself kidnapping is rampant migrants power in fear of the city's shelters including his own Mexico's national immigration institute has been providing migrants with free bus trips to moderate and Tapachula in the far south of the country to get them out of crime ridden weather radio yeah I'm not I'm not that much by on Sunday at eight during the sensor and Tunis reached by phone was on one of those buses last week and related a terrifying tale he says pickup full of mafioso is blocked the government contracted bus on its way out of the city they ordered a dozen migrants off the bus and into their cars in Tunis says he heard this account from a passenger who was on the ambushed bus the mailing label radio is more dangerous than San Pedro Sula Honduras he says which is where I fled the Mexican government agreed to accept asylum seekers sent back from U. S. ports of entry and to deploy security forces to its own borders to stop migrants customs and border protection chief mark Morgan called Mexico's cooperation a game changer as a result the number of migrants in U. S. border patrol custody has dropped dramatically in the last two months Morgan says he was on a where asylum seekers sent back to Mexico were targets for criminals here he is in a queue in a with a reporter in Mexico I don't know I haven't heard anything like that extortion kidnapping rape in northern border in northern border towns Mexico not program not respected the MPP program the CVT chief may have gotten his misinformation from Mexican officials like the office for disappeared persons in Noida Laredo the chief investigator there told me we have received no reports of kidnappings and extortion of migrants those are just rumors you can't believe everything those people say back in father Julio shelter the staff morale is a small woman with a young son and a high voice is relating what befell them because it's dangerous in the way the radio lots of things can happen she says her lip trembling she says they fled out of control crime in Honduras thinking they could find refuge in the United States but when she arrived at the No Way Laredo bus station she says young men with tattoos and ball caps grabbed her and her son and held them prisoner for three weeks and safe houses ultimately she says her family in San Antonio paid eight thousand dollars for her freedom finally she crossed the Rio Grande to the US ask for asylum and was sent right back to new wave Laredo this weekly set more malice decided to abandon her asylum request and return to Honduras on that free daily bus to southern Mexico father Julio the shelter operator says most of the other migrants are doing the same thing going home the Mexican government points to crime and violence in the way of a radio as a reason for the migrants to leave call moreless school so that affect them but a second who's working on the student parking it's the perfect excuse to get rid of them the priest says because the government doesn't want.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Too risky but he has plenty to say about the trump administration's remain in Mexico program formally known as the migrant protection protocols or in P. P. under the program some forty five hundred asylum applicants have been returned to noise on the radio to wait in the spaniel is spit being me but a mere speck in name me one planned the main theater spirals millionths in Spanish the program has the initials PP am for me it's P. M. M. plan of life for migrants because there is no protection Lopez has seen it himself kidnapping is rampant migrants cower in fear in the city's shelters including his own Mexico's national immigration institute has been providing migrants with free bus trips to moderate and Tapachula in the far south of the country to get them out of crime ridden nor the Laredo yeah my family buy a house on the addy Durin need sensor and Tunis reached by phone was on one of those buses last week and related a terrifying tale he says pickups full of mafioso is blocked the government contracted bus on its way out of the city they ordered a dozen migrants off the bus and into their cars in Tunis says he heard this account from a passenger who was on the ambushed bus or what the mailing label radio is more dangerous than San Pedro Sula Honduras he says which is where I fled the Mexican government agreed to accept asylum seekers sent back from U. S. ports of entry and to deploy security forces to its own borders to stop migrants customs and border protection chief mark Morgan called Mexico's cooperation a game changer as a result the number of migrants in U. S. border patrol custody has dropped dramatically in the last two months Morgan says he was on a where asylum seekers sent back to Mexico were targets for criminals here he is in a queue in a with a reporter in Mexico I don't know I haven't heard anything like that I've heard reported extortion kidnapping rape in northern border in northern border towns Mexico not program not respected the MPP program this CBT chief may have gotten his misinformation from Mexican officials like the office for disappeared persons in Noida Laredo the chief investigator there told me we have received no reports of kidnappings and extortion of migrants those are just rumors you can't believe everything those people say back and father Julio's shelter the staff morale is a small woman with a young son and a high voice is relating what befell them I think I believe because it's dangerous in the way of a radio lots of things can happen she says her lip trembling she says they fled out of control crime in Honduras thinking they could find refuge in the United States but when she arrived at the No Way Laredo bus station she says young men with tattoos and ball caps grabbed her and her son and held them prisoner for three weeks and safe houses ultimately she says her family in San Antonio paid eight thousand dollars for her freedom finally she crossed the Rio Grande to the US ask for asylum and was sent right back to new wave Laredo this weekly set more malice decided to abandon her asylum request and return to Honduras on that free daily bus to southern Mexico father Julio the shelter operator says most of the other migrants are doing the same thing going home the Mexican government points to crime and violence in the way of a radio as a reason for the migrants to leave call moreless school so better fix that but a second was broken wrist couldn't make it it's the perfect excuse to get rid of them the priest says because the government doesn't want them here John Burnett NPR news noise Laredo Mexico this is NPR.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"A feisty and counsel but with no obvious when a no knock out blow all terrible gaff both men repeated that frequents though largely unexplained pledges to somehow negotiate a better deal with the E. U. than three's a may or failing banks to leave without one Mr Johnson is very much the favorite to succeed to resume as the next prime minister this debate and it's questions about the dangers of a no jail break sets the stalemate in parliament and how to handle president trump a reminder of the challenge facing whoever doesn't match the winner later this month that's BBC correspondent rob Watson reporting the U. S. returns a group of asylum seekers to new wave Laredo Mexico ten migrants to cross the border Monday seeking asylum in the United States were sent to new wave a Laredo Mexico Tuesday to await the processing of their applications the way the Laredo which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande across from Laredo Texas becomes the fourth Mexican border city in the program formally known as the migrant protection protocols the other Mexican cities were migrants are being sent to await US asylum processing or Tijuana Mexico alley and see about war is several civil rights organizations have sued the U. S. government over the migrant protection protocols hi Mike Ross yeah a report by the secret service says one third of the attackers who terrorized schools houses of worship or businesses nationwide last year had a history of serious domestic violence two thirds have mental health issues in nearly all of them have made threatening or concerning communications that worried others before they carried out the attack the secret service study twenty seven incidents were a total of ninety one people were killed in a hundred seven more injured in public spaces last year a Wall Street the down.

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 US returns first asylum seekers to violent Nuevo Laredo

The Michael Medved Show

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

US returns first asylum seekers to violent Nuevo Laredo

"The U. S. returns a group of asylum seekers to new wave Laredo Mexico ten migrants to cross the border Monday seeking asylum in the United States were sent to new wave a Laredo Mexico Tuesday to await the processing of their applications the way the Laredo which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande across from Laredo Texas becomes the fourth Mexican border city in the program formally known as the migrant protection protocols the other Mexican cities were migrants are being sent to await US asylum processing or Tijuana Mexico alley and see about war is several civil rights organizations have sued the U. S. government over the migrant protection protocols hi Mike

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"wave laredo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"News this hour from townhall dot com I'm Keith Peters Boris Johnson and Jeremy hunt of use their only televised debate to argue about brexit in their campaigns to become Britain's next prime minister it was a feisty and counsel but with no obvious when a no knock out blow all terrible gaff both men repeated that frequents though largely unexplained pledges to somehow negotiate a better deal with the E. U. than three's a may or failing backs to leave without one Mister Jones this very much the favorite to succeed Theresa may as the next prime minister this debate and it's questions about the dangers of a no deal brexit the stalemate in parliament and how to handle president trump a reminder of the challenge facing whoever doesn't match the winner later this month that's BBC correspondent rob Watson reporting the U. S. returns a group of asylum seekers to new wave Laredo Mexico ten migrants who cross the border Monday seeking asylum in the United States were sent to new wave a Laredo Mexico Tuesday to await processing of their applications the way the Laredo which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande across from Laredo Texas becomes the fourth Mexican border city in the program formally known as the migrant protection protocols the other Mexican cities were migrants are being sent to await US asylum processing or Tijuana Mexico alley and see about war as several civil rights organizations have sued the U. S. government over the migrant protection protocols hi Mike Ross yet a report by the secret service says one third of the attackers who terrorized schools houses of worship or businesses nationwide last year had a history of serious domestic violence two thirds have mental health issues and nearly all of them have made threatening or concerning communications the worried others before they carried out the attack the secret service study twenty seven incidents were a total of ninety one people were killed in a hundred seven more injured in public spaces last year a Wall Street the down.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Male. Thank you much a couple weeks ago actually shared that story that there were I pulled back the archives, so like April fifteenth was the story public health official in the radio said twenty Congolese migrants were being monitored for Ebola and other diseases in shelters in his city and across the Mexican border into wave Laredo shortly after his announcement, a Laredo city council meeting the World Health Organization, considered declaring a global emergency. In response to a massive outbreak of a bolo in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Councilman George all jet says we have we have eight Congolese right now in whatever shelters in a dozen into Laredo. For them. My concern is A Bola. Due to the time element, the Congolese migrants were not developing symptoms. But we're on alert to check that. Now, the report from the World Health Organization states that as of April tint, there'd been more than twelve hundred cases of A Bola in the Congo. Eleven hundred forty confirmed sixty six probable. Of those seven hundred sixty four are dead. And. The World Health Organization decided at this point the outbreak does not yet constitute a public health emergency of international concern. Top Red Cross official said that he's more concerned than he's ever been about the current outbreak of A Bola spreading regionally. Citing statistics from the Congolese health ministry confirming forty new cases of a two day period. The prior week. Now, they said the the official called the rate unprecedented in this particular outbreak. Again, that's that was several weeks ago. I did a quick search. Pretty sure we could find the scoop I think from just last week. Yeah. It was a never before seen number of new cases diagnosed there in the Congo. Yeah. We hit our own scare here in the US ever years ago. You recall the attention when we were bringing some of the volunteers emergency health workers that from the United States that were actually over there. Trying to help who were coming down with the bullet and people at that point in time. We're we're really thinking like that movie outbreak. It it could it could happen. All right. Seventeen past the hour tool. Free lines available around the country. It's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five on America's truck and Edward bluecross. Blueshield.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of the priest was father. Jay was serving as a chaplain to the firefighters. He actually ran in. And enduring wall of fire was raging and saved the replica. They be crowded thorns and other relics from the from the church because clearly we've lost a lot by the way, Sydney Powell who without on this program repeatedly tweeted this out this morning, how much do you wanna bet this fire was deliberately started, hashtag arson hashtag ISIS, hashtag Islam, but will the French even be honest about it France has gone such a tragedy. Just heartbreaking replace the laws of iconic symbol of France. And the church. So as I say Sydney raises some interesting questions now to the our southern border crisis. And Mark Morgan he served as US border patrol chief during the Obama regime was on with Maria Varta, Roma the other day and said this particular border crisis is the worst in our country's history. Make no mistake, and I've been trying to get out here. This isn't just a crisis. This is a crisis like we've never experienced in the history of this country since we started tracking numbers, and again, we've had that talk. And that's because the demographics are still this very false talking point out there that well back in the nineties the numbers were higher over a million. Well, first of all again, you gotta remember they were Mexican adults. We were we were moving deporting ninety percent of them with with a broken asylum laws in other loopholes that are there. We were seeing sixty five to seventy percent being family unit. And because of this broke laws were allowing them in. So this year, we expect expected hit a million, but we're gonna let six hundred and fifty thousand into the country that's driving this. Crisis driving our resources being overwhelmed. We we have to address and he's absolutely one percent, right. And that's not a Trump guy. That's the former Obama border patrol chief. Do you think the Democrats want to lift a finger to fix the problem though? They're too busy investigating. If it moves if it breathes in the Trump administration it is getting subpoena. The democrat committee chairs announced a probe Monday into President Trump's plan to ship illegal aliens away from the border and release them into sanctuary cities calling the proposed plan alarming. Gerald the hut. The lodge incomings and big government Bennie. Thompson of Mississippi. I said he was from zuri. He's from Mississippi, quote, not only does this administration like the legal authority to transfer detainees in this manner. It is shocking at the president's senior administration officials are even considering manipulation released decisions for purely political purposes. Oh, you mean like when we had the cash for clunkers remember that remember some government dealerships were targeted by the Obama administration. That was okay. But you know, I'm bomber did this. But of course, anything the president says or does is being investigated. By the Democrats, and I hope people remember that in twenty twenty whether he can or can. You have these he'll legal aliens in this country move to sanctuary states or cities is really debatable. I mean, some are saying well the law says you can't and then you have some border patrol officials saying you can so we gotta get a clarification on that one way or another ISIS saying you can't so. Yeah, it's you're right. There's gotta be some kind of rolling. But again, I don't think the president has any intention of doing it. I think this was a way to flush out the hypocritical lefty mayors and governors and Democrats and show just how hypocritical they are the president. I'm sure is always one or two steps ahead of these people just as he was with has has announcement that he wasn't going to close the border and a lot of people had issues with that. And then we find out Mexico was helping to get rid of the people that were hitting our border anyway. But there is another couple of issues. One is a public health official in the Renault Texas said twenty Congolese. Migrants. Have apparently now A Bola is a concern. According to Laredo director, Dr Hector Gonzalez, he said we have eight Congolese right now in one of our shelters and a dozen wave Laredo for them. My concern is A Bola. He said do the time element and the these migrants right now, we're not developing symptoms of Ebola but were on alert to to check that a report from the World Health Organization states that as of this month there have been twelve hundred reported deaths from Abullah in the Congo. These cases resulted in our twelve hundred reported cases, I'm sorry. Seven hundred sixty four deaths from A Bola and hours having Congolese people show up on our southern border. And if you think there was a human cry about the break of measles, which is now reach five hundred fifty five cases imagine if he Bulla gets a foothold in Texas for on our southern border. And that's another reason why I don't think the president's going to.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Zagging throws to wash three pointer. Good the Harper. The first time. Doc, saw Kentucky seventy seven seventy one and yukons women will go to the final four after beating Louisville eighty to seventy three. I'm Evan Haning. W one AOL news at seven oh two. I'm Steve coming Vanessa Tyson and Meredith Watson, save Virginia. Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax sexually assaulted them. But he says the results of a polygraph test proves that's not the case. The Washington Times reports. Fairfax took a test from a retired FBI polygraph expert that shows the Lieutenant governor did not engage in nonconsensual sexual activity with the two women. The former FBI expert also administered such a test to the woman who accused supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh of sexual misconduct. The release of the test results comes prior to an interview CBS will air with Tyson and Watson if he thought fleeing to Mexico could help him avoid being questioned by police about possible involvement in two killings. He was wrong. Nineteen year old Edwin Hurtado Valdez of Baltimore was arrested by Mexican police Wednesday in wave Laredo and turned over to US marshals for extradition. Police believe he was involved with the shooting deaths of two people. Glen Burnie last week Hurtado vol Dessus wife turned herself into police Friday. She's charged with being an accessory after the fact a Maryland man who posed as a modeling agent has been sentenced to decades in federal prison for colors and girls had sending him nude and sexually explicit photographs. Here's WML's Heather Curtis US district. Judge Paul Grimm sentence forty four year old. Stephen McGrath of Rockville, the twenty two years in prison twenty five years of supervised release and ordered him to register as a sex offender accord, finally says McGrath use internet based channel applications to communicate with and solicit sexually explicit images from six girls ranging age from twelve to sixteen Justice department officials say McGrath distributed and explicit image of a fourteen year old to two of her friends. Marie fund WMA, Al and wwl dot com. Wwl news time seven hundred four now WMA L, traffic.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"At news rate radio twelve hundred w away. I. The Senate finance committee has approved and sent to the full Senate a Bill to give Texas public school teachers of five thousand dollar across the board. Raise play Robinson of the Texas. Federation of teachers says it will be a big help to a high school teacher with a master's degree who salary is stuck in the low forty thousand dollar range even after a decade in the classroom, the weekends. She's an Uber driver. She makes on a good Uber day over the weekend. She makes more money driving. Uber. One day, then she makes a day in the classroom. The Robinson says the across the board raises should be extended to other professionals like librarians and counselors frequently make even less than teachers make well, President Trump has officially landed in Hanoi on Air Force One where it's nine pm expected to meet first with Kim Jong UN for dinner tomorrow evening here that's Wednesday morning in the United States. But while President Trump took to the skies to get to Hanoi came when Trimble retro option with an apparent versions of. Flying. He made the journey on his private train spending two and a half days. Chugging two thousand miles across China to the Vietnamese border before being driven the final stretch. President Trump is weighing in after a majority of Senate Democrats stopped an antiabortion Bill. Trump tweeted on Monday, that Democrats don't mind executing babies after birth. The Bill sponsored by Nebraska, Republican Senator Ben Sasse would have penalised doctors who don't exercise the proper degree of care and the case of a child who survives an abortion or attempted abortion. The fifty three to forty four vote was seven short of the sixty needed to advance the Bill. Well, there's talk that President Trump's longtime attorney Michael Cohen will tell congress about illegal activity, and the Trump wide house a source with knowledge of what to expect this week says Cohen will address what he perceives to be criminal conduct by the president since he took office. Mr. Trump's financial statements potentially including details about his tax returns. But to say Cohen has a credibility problem is an under. Statemen cone is trying to work down a prison sentence for lying to congress. President Trump's emergency declaration of fun border security faces a test when a measure to defeat it goes before the house today. The democrat controlled house is expected to easily pass the measure today, but it faces an uncertain future in the Senate at Texas border. Congressman Henry clay are warns the wall funding will be paid for by redirecting military construction funds, including five hundred twenty million dollars that's urgently needed in Texas military money should not be shifted on the military accounts over to this ineffective border security, call the warm. He's congress needs to stand firm against the president to protect our system of checks and balances carry Laki, News Radio twelve hundred W A. I meanwhile customs and border protection says it was forced to shut down the gateway to the Americas bridge between the wave Laredo Laredo due to an attempt by illegal immigrants to rush the border. The bridge had to be closed for several hours, but was reopened last night. And apparently, nobody made it across thousands of people from vary. Caravan's or camped in border cities from Reno said, a Tijuana a twenty five year old man is now facing felony intoxication manslaughter charges after San Antonio police say he was driving drunk and ran into a one year old baby girl and her mother killing the baby and entering the mother. The mother had put her shopping cart behind her car in the parking lot of the Dollar General Morrison road Monday afternoon when a car driven by David says careened into the watt and smashed into the cart point car, then smashed into another vehicle entering a second woman, the minimum wage in Texas has been stagnant since two thousand nine but that could be changing a Bill up for debate in Austin would raise the starting salary from seven twenty five an hour all the way up to ten dollars ten cents. The AFL CIO Laura says most businesses already pay more WalMart waste pay to eleven dollars an hour. Target twelve dollars, Costco, fourteen dollars. This move faces opposition from the national federation of independent business. Any Spillman is the state director? They're not going to hire the young person that's trying to enter into the workforce meeting kids will not learn the most basic of job skills. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w the feds have kicked in another six hundred and fifty million dollars for rebuilding as we reach eighteen months since hurricane Harvey swept through Texas from Corpus Christi to Houston to Beaumont. Governor abbot urged local governments to apply for funding. Now one thing that we need our applications for projects. So that we can begin the process of providing that funding to local governments to make sure that they're able to get this done avid stress that not only will this money be used a rebuild homes and businesses but also for mitigation projects like seawalls, and by you improvements to make sure the next time a disaster. Like this hits Texas will be ready. It's time for local bosses to start cracking down because San Antonio ranks just forty four than wallet hubs new listing of the hardest working cities and the country people in El Paso, Corpus Christi Laredo, Dallas Houston. Austin Fort Worth Arlington, and Irving, all work. Harder than we do while, it hub ranked a dozen factors ranging from the amount of vacation time left unused to the percentage of workers with two or more jobs to the average length of the work week. Anchorage has the countries hardest working people Irving number three plano is. Number five. The laziest cities are in the rust bucket, Detroit. Cleveland and buffalo are in the bottom five or a stock portfolio based on pizza could give you heartburn. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett has today's focus report today we discuss investing in pizza. Barry Schwartz of Baskin wealth. Everybody loves pizza, but taking three of the top pizza chain. Stock performance has been mixed of late Pizza Hut..

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"wave laredo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Is about two hundred seventy five bucks a month, a similar apartment in Laredo goes for at least three times as much Alonzo's wife. Young daughter are Mexican citizens, and he's working on their US citizenship papers, he says in the meantime, he's saving one hundred dollars a week to buy a house, and we can do that. Live is cheaper. Yes. It's cheaper over there in new wave radio. But he says when he does buy a house it'll be on the US side. He wants his kids to go to school in Texas and says it's safer than the Mexican side. Another waiter I run into an a different restaurant in downtown. Laredo represents the other side of the same coin Monico parks his car in new radio. Then takes a ten minute walk across the international bridge to wait tables in the US after he's done. He goes home to new wave Laredo, but Monaco, when we're not using his last name here because he's worried about his legal status is a citizen of Mexico. Neal's he doesn't he's got a green card, but keeps apartments in both the radio wave Laredo where his wife and three kids live. He says he sleeps in Mexico at least half of the time because his wife and kids are afraid of crime like Alonzo he wants to earn as many dollars as he can. And eventually buy a house on the American side of the border tomorrow hockey working here in the US is better. He says because wages are higher people in waco's position Mexican citizens working in the US could wind up in immigration courts, and even lose residency cars if US customs believes they're abandoning their residents inside the United States in favor of living in Mexico. It's hard to know, exactly. How many people live in Mexico and work in the US, but Federico Shuffler who studies cross border commerce at Texas Am International university in Laredo thinks it's a lot. In fact, he's one of them. He drives back home to Mexico every night. After work says he knows a lot of people all along the border who do the same in the Havana in Mickey Callaway in it is in Iowa Hello and rhinos in Matamoros because it's better for their economy. Their personnel economy. It's they earned dollars. And they spent Peissel's the free flow of people and commerce across the border is something that Laredo mayor Pete signs is keen to protect he's opposed to president. Trump's wall says it would hurt business our economy locally Konami. There's forty fifty percent based on trade on commerce on people coming into the US shopping at our stores. So it's it's a delicate balance for us, and he says the relationship between Laredo and Nueva Laredo is quite good right now. He's just hoping Washington doesn't do any. Thing rash. That would tip the scales. Laredo,.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Got a lot of stuff bags full, addresses and shirts three or four pillows strapped to either side of her cart. She says she comes over to the American side of the border at least once a week to buy stuff for her five kids a lot of talk. This anything you wanted to will come a cheaper here. Whether the dollar is strong or not there are many things that are more convenient to buy here. Getting to these outlets from Mexico is really easy, the bridges and highways actually funneled traffic to him, and Gary scorpions, you of horizon group properties, the group that opened these outlets couple years ago loves it. Yes. The bridge goes right into the outlets. There's also a ramp that comes down for my thirty five that really kind of goes right into the outlet. So yeah, it's very accessible Mexican spend more than four and a half billion dollars a year on food clothes, car parts and other stuff in Texas. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in Lorraine. Mexican shoppers make up forty to forty five percent of all retail sales. But according to some people who work at the outlet mall numbers, probably even higher than the official stats. Eighty-five percent is Mexican Adriana. Raise manages, the journeys shoe and apparel store. No lie. Eighty five percent would be people from across coming to save money. The radio outlets. Ceo says his company's border outlets are more successful than many of his other properties. But he can distinctly. Remember when things weren't so great right after the election, maybe eight weeks or so there was a some indignation MAC in Mexico. There was actually some organized indignation if you will some interest in boycotting purchases in the US some Mexicans didn't like the way President Trump was talking about their country. So they decided to take it out on the businesses on the American side of the border. There were hashtags protests in the wave Laredo the Mexican city on the other side some consumers from their stopped spending money in Texas L may Sunday Senegal Steen. Restaurant in Laredo historic downtown district felt it Sandra.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"A lot of stuff bags full, addresses and shirts three or four pillows strapping either side of her cart. She says she comes over to the American side of the border at least once a week to buy stuff for her five kids is Halima talk to this anything you wanted to will come a cheaper here. Whether the dollar is strong or not there are many things that are more convenient to buy here. Getting to these outlets from Mexico is really easy, the bridges and highways actually funneled traffic to him, and Gary scorpion CEO of horizon group properties, the group that opened these L. Let's couple years ago loves it. Yes. The bridge goes right into the outlets. There's also a ramp that comes down from I thirty five that really kind of goes right into the outlet. So yeah, it's very accessible Mexican spend more than four and a half billion dollars a year on food clothes, car parts and other stuff in Texas. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Ilori. Mexican shoppers make up forty to forty five percent of all retail sales. But according to some people who work at the numbers, probably even higher than the official stats. Eighty-five percent is Mexican Adriana. Raise manages, the journeys shoe and apparel store. No lie. Eighty five percent would be people from across coming to save money. The radio outlets CEO says his company's border outlets are more successful than many of his other properties. But he can distinctly. Remember when things weren't so great bright after the election, maybe eight weeks or so there was a some indignation MAC in Mexico. There was actually some organized indignation if you will some interest in boycotting purchases in the US some Mexicans didn't like the way President Trump was talking about their country. So they decided to take it out on the businesses on the American side of the border. There were hashtags in protests in the wave Laredo, the Mexico City on the other side, some consumers from their stopped spending money in Texas L may Sunday Senegal Steen. Restaurant in Laredo historic downtown district.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mexico rolls a cart down the pedestrian bridge toward the border crossing hundred feet away. She's got a lot of stuff Maxwell, addresses and shirts three or four pillows strapped to either side of her cart. She says she comes over to the American side of the border at least once a week to buy stuff for her five kids. A lot of talk through this anything you wanted to will come a cheaper here. Whether the dollar is strong or not there are many things that are more convenient to buy here. Getting to these outlets from Mexico is really easy, the bridges and highways actually funnel traffic to him. And Gary scullions, you'll have horizon grew properties the group that opened these outlets couple years ago loves it. Yes. The bridge goes right into the outlets. There's also a ramp that comes down from my thirty five that really kind of goes right into the outlets. So yeah, it's very accessible Mexican spend more than four and a half. A billion dollars a year on food clothes car parts and other stuff in Texas. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in Laredo, Mexican shoppers make up forty to forty five percent of all retail sales. But according to some people who work at the mall at numbers, probably even higher than the official stats. Eighty five percent is Mexican Adriana. Raise manages, the journeys shoe and apparel store. No lie. Eighty five percent would be people from across coming to save money. The radio outlets. CEO Goyen says his company's border outlets are more successful than many of his other properties. But he can distinctly. Remember when things weren't so great right after the election, maybe eight weeks or so there was a some indignation MAC in Mexico. There was actually some organized indignation if you will some interest in boycotting purchases in the US some Mexicans didn't like the way President Trump was talking about their country. So they decided to take it out on the businesses on the American side of the border. There were hashtags in protests in the wave. Laredo the Mexican city on the other side some consumers from their stopped spending money in Texas L may Sunday Senegal Steen restaurant in Laredo historic downtown district felt it Sandra now.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And we're with congressman Harrison we're talking and break about what happens on February sixteenth because Democrats are going to give one closes it should give one dollar to the wall. So what are the president's options? We've heard national emergency yesterday. We talked about on obligated balances which previous presidents have used most of put it back into the treasury. Some have used it like LBJ for the great society. And then you were telling us about this third option that the house freedom caucus is urging the president to consider that. That's that's absolutely right. You know, the trouble with the national emergency or the on obligated balances. They'll find some liberal judge somewhere who will go well beyond his or her. What should be their abilities and block it while? Well, at winds its way through the court system, factors matters. We need stealing the ground right now because they are places no wave Laredo other places along the border where we have drugs crossing the border every single day because there is no fencing, and and so what the president can do is. There's actually a part of the department of defense codes. It's called U USC ten. It's the is that section of the code that allows the defense department at the request of a law enforcement agency to come in and build infrastructure in a drug Carter. Well, pretty clearly the border between Mexico, and the US is a drug card ninety percent of wholesale heroin crosses, the southern border, etc. Etc. So actually, the reaction is a statute that really couldn't be it could be challenged corporate. It'd be thrown out because this is clear statutory authority of the department of defense to do it. The we have about five hundred million dollars right now in the fund from which this would be drawn. But next year that that fund is actually a total of thirteen billion dollars. That are obligated to other projects, but could be diverted to to wall funding. And you know, if we if the president decides to go that route and congress decides to just conduct continuing resolutions through the rest of this president's first term, then the president next year actually, hit would have up to thirteen billion dollars on which to complete complete the wall project because you know, we don't need two thousand four hundred miles a, but we clearly need a couple of hundred more miles in critical areas of strategic fencing. So how would that work? I mean how. What what the president had literally the he he might have to have an executive order to do it. I'm not sure about that. But literally the customs and border patrol, which is a law enforcement agency, custom border protection would just request the department of defense assistance and the department of defense can assist and they can spend that money to build quote infrastructure, while the walls infrastructure. No question about an deal was on on Capitol Hill this week John Rooney was telling congress so that very thing that they were asking if. All we need is a request from the S typing. That's it. And I think that's the route to take. And now, you're going to get the amazing thing. Now, here's my prediction. You gotta get squealing from the Democrats that oh my gosh. We're taking money away from defense. Yeah. From remember? This is the this is the bunch that over the last eight years of the oh, eight years of the Obama administration took about four hundred or five hundred billion from the troops. All of a sudden if you take five hundred million one one thousandth of it. Gave iran. Just get a few less pallets of money on the air Malaysia. Where did that money come from that Obama used in pallets of cash cash, right? What about the one point two trillion dollars in the stimulus Bill? I mean, you know, the shovel ready stimulus projects that were shovel ready. We're asking for one half of one percent of that to actually protect our country from drugs from you and traffic from MS thirteen for God's sake in Maryland. We ought to be worried about the flow of MS thirteen gang members across the border. It's a horrendous prime. No problem in Montgomery styrofoam. Threat. Last time. I walked at night in Baltimore City. I wasn't worried about a styrofoam packing attacking are more conscious. Harrison just a moment or we're going to take a look at Medicare for all which is now coming back with a vengeance with camera Harris, and and Bernie Sanders and also the governor's state of the state. Yes, they want to get your reaction to that. And and some of the other things that what happened. So in just a moment..

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"wave laredo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:19 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Shot in southeast Houston. Mayor has announced at the suspect is down. We don't know the condition of the three officers. And we don't care if the suspect is dead or not we hope he is. We'll get to that in a moment. But if you go to bright mart dot com, you will see their top ten stories, and what level of interest. They have elicited, and you will see that of the top ten. The number. One story headline terrorists takes over key Mexican cartel on border targeted Americans that story. Has more interest than the next nine combined? The author is Brandon Darby who has covered this beat particularly Mexican violence cartel violence for years. And I appreciate the fact that he, of course, it down the middle. First of all, Brandon. Why is nobody else? Reporting wise, nobody else picking up your story. This is big news. I think the story is getting picked up by Mexican media in Mexico. I'm on the border right now. Here's a plane Alec raptors. But the story is getting picked up in Mexico City where they're safe to write about it. Now, other right-of-centre outlets are picking it up. But why mainstream media is not picking it up? When it's now that we have published it day. Can I can cheat? At the information is true. We documented that I think they're not picking it up because it's their narrative underfoot. I think that. This is one of the problems that we've been having as we consistently report on the dangers of the violence in some parts of Mexico on some parts of border, and it's just not reported. It's not being reported. And so the majority of Americans watching mainstream news down even know what's occurring they're making policy decisions and politicians. Without having the appropriate amount of information. And to our Houston listeners. I'm being informed by HP officer that they believe it is five officers shot some from the gang unit in Houston. So keep their families in your prayers that they all make it out of this. Okay. We'll keep you informed as we know. We've got some folks that that have some inside knowledge of that case. We'll keep you informed. Brandon. Let's go through your actual story. Randolph is our guest with Breitbart exclusive terrorist who targeted Americans takes over Mexican cartel on Texas border. What's going on here? Okay. So here's what the thirty thousand year. Okay. Is. In two thousand eight a man cartel decided to target the US consulate because US policies were making them mad and decided to target the US council it by throwing in a grenade ended attacking with multiple did with automatic weapons fire. They were rebuffed the person who led that charge and what they're doing it. With others wasn't bad debt goes by the name L, Tori. Last name long name last name. Luna Luna names L, Tori, and he was incarcerate arrested incarcerated he was given more than twenty years, which is a very big deal in Mexico where they even if you kill people usually get five to seven or something very low. He was given more than twenty years few years pass and. Members of a breakaway group from the cartel call release co which became their own cartel cartel. Lists called new generation now taking over Mexico. They decided that they wanted that person out to help them with their organizing efforts and expanding their cartel. So they paid a bunch of judges. They paid a bunch of politicians that person got released from jail L. Tori, the terrorists and very recently L, Tori was number two to supplement L show. Lilo Lilo a toy got the conflict while the judges decided they wanted to go with a bandaged L to lay low to the Yucatan Elsa. Mailo think got arrested by authorities. And now L Tori is running the dominant faction of Los at this called CDN, which is headquartered in Laredo, and is the dominant cartel, and obviously the Laredo sector anti del Rio sector, it is the most ruthless cartel in Mexico. If you look at how they use violence. They don't have the highest murder rates, but they have some of the highest murder rate of people who are not connected the cartels. Right. So. So they they tend to terrorize and how they rule this is the same cartel we reported and you had beyond which I appreciate it at the time. About the massacre and again day Coahuila that was just cartel were hundreds of people were were murdered and then had their body burned in incinerators at governmental facilities, simply because they wanted to get at two people who had a certain last name. So they just killed everybody with that last name at a certain region to make sure they got family members of the people telling on them that they were mad at this cartel. That is what's going on? It happens to be the most open stretch of our border in an urban area. Obviously more open to the big benefactor. But it's the only urban area along the us Mexico border that doesn't have barriers erected already. Brandon Darby is our guest. I got a minute and a half in this segment. I wanna read a paragraph of what you wrote. Mexican law enforcement. Sources revealed Breitbart news that L Tori is the mastermind behind the gruesome murder of the leader of the old schools, the faction Louise, L wrecks or z twelve raise in Rica's LAX died inside a state prison in the wave Laredo after being shanked numerous time times by CDN inmates. L Tories men then stole L. Rex's body from a funeral home placed his severed head in one ice chest. But the rest of his body divided it into three other containers Zeta, then placed one ice chest outside a state prison in lupus and the three others near prisons around Monterey. L Tories men have also been singled out as the ones who left severed body parts outside a newspaper office in Tamaulipas with a series of threats against local outlets, forty seconds in this segment. We're talking about guys that are not just killing each other. They're using these severed heads to frighten off the media to keep them from covering it. The judges the. Politicians? That is correct. They are. In fact, they have gone from trying to use violence to push drug and gained business and protect their business to using violence to control media and to control a political power in the region where they operate. Wow. Can you hold with us? Yes, sir. My first question for Brandon Darby out of the break. He is reporting on news with well sourced..

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"wave laredo" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on KTRH

"We just got it. We'll keep you informed as details emerge. Three officers shot in southeast Houston. Mayor has announced that the suspect is down. We don't know the condition of the three officers. And we don't care if the suspect is dead or not we hope he is. We'll get to that in a moment. But if you go to bright mart dot com, you will see their top ten stories, and what level of interest. They have elicited, and you will see that of the top ten. The number one story headline terrorist takes over key Mexican cartel on border targeted Americans that story. Has more interest than the next nine combined? The author is Brandon Darby who has covered this beat particularly Mexican violence cartel violence for years. And I appreciate the fact that he course it down the middle. First of all, Brandon. Why is nobody else reporting? Why nobody else picking up your story? This is big news. What I think the story is getting picked up by Mexican media in Mexico City. I'm on the border right now plane of those Alec raptors. But the the the story is getting picked up in Mexico City where they're safe to write about it. Now, other right-of-centre outlets are picking it up. But why mainstream media is not picking it up when it's verifiable now that we have published it they can they can see at the information is true. We we've documented that. I think they're not picking it up because it's just there. Narrative in the I think that this is one of the problems that we've been having as we consistently report on the dangers of the violence of some parts of Mexico on some parts of our border, and it's just not reported. It's not being reported. And so the majority of Americans watching mainstream news down even know what's occurring they're making policy decisions and politicians. Without having the appropriate amount of information to our to our Houston listeners. I'm being informed by HPD's officer that they believe it is five officers shot some from the gang unit in Houston. So keep their families in your prayers that they all make it out of this. Okay. We'll keep you informed as we know. We've got some folks that that have some inside knowledge of that case. We'll keep you informed. Brandon. Let's go through your actual story. Brandon Darby is our guest with Breitbart exclusive terrorist who targeted Americans takes over Mexican cartel on Texas border. What's going on here? Okay. So here's what the thirty thousand year. Okay. Is. In two thousand eight a man a cartel decided to target the US consulate because US policies were making them mad, and they decided to target the US council it by throwing in a grenade and then attacking with multiple men with automatic weapons fire. They were rebuffed the person who led that charge. And what they're doing it with others wasn't band. That goes by the name L story. Last name is long name his last name. Luna Luna names, Tori, and he was incarcerate arrested. Carson did he was given more than twenty years, which is a very big deal in Mexico where they even if you kill people usually get five to seven or something very low. He was given more than twenty years few years pass and. Members of a breakaway group from the lower cartel. Call Hales's co which became their own cartel cartel. Iskoe generation now taking over Mexico. They decided that they wanted that person out to help them with their organizing efforts in expanding their cartel. So they paid a bunch of judges. They paid a bunch of politicians that person got released from jail L. Tori, the terrorists and very recently L, Tori, was number two to someone saying L shallow out solo a toy got into conflict while the judges decided they wanted to go with Tori, abandoned, Elsa lay low to the Yucatan Elsa. Leyla got arrested by stories, and now L Tori is running the dominant faction of Los at this called CDN, which is headquartered in Laredo, and is the dominant cartel, and obviously the Laredo sector anti del Rio sector, it is the most ruthless cartel in Mexico. If you look at how they use violence. They don't have the highest murder rates, but they have some of the highest murder rate of people who are not connected the cartels, right? So they they tend to terrorize and how they rule this is the same cartel we reported, and you have beyond which I appreciate it at the time about the massacre and again day Coahuila that was this cartel were hundreds of people were were murdered and then had their bodies burned in incinerators governmental facilities, simply because they wanted to get at two people who had a certain last name. So they just killed everybody with that last name at a certain region to make sure they got family members of the people telling on them that they were mad at that is this cartel. That is what's going on? It happens to be the most open stretch of our border in an urban area. Obviously, it's not were open to the big benefactor. But it's the only urban area along the us Mexico border. That doesn't have syncing are barriers erected already. Brennan Darby's, our guests. I got a minute and a half in this segment. I wanna read a paragraph of what you wrote. Mexican law enforcement sources revealed Breitbart news at L, Tori, is the mastermind behind the gruesome murder of the leader of the old school Z faction. Louise, L wrecks or z twelve raise in Rica's LAX died inside the state prison in wave Laredo after being shanked numerous time times by CDN inmates. L Tories men then stole L. Rex's body from a funeral home placed his severed head in one ice chest. But the rest of his body divided it into three other containers, Los Zeta, then placed one ice chest outside a state prison in Tomo lupus and the three others near prisons around Monterey. L Tories men have also been singled out as the ones who left severed body parts outside a newspaper office in Tamaulipas with a series of threats against local outlets, forty seconds in this segment. We're talking about guys that are not just killing each other. They're using these severed heads to frighten off the media to keep them from covering it. The judges the. Politicians? That is correct. They are. In fact, they have gone from trying to use violence to push drug gained business and protect their business to using violence to control media into control political power in the region where they operate. Wow. Can you hold with us? Yes, sir. My first question for Brandon Darby out of the break. He is reporting on news with well sourced. Individuals. Is anybody out.

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"wave laredo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

15:12 min | 3 years ago

"wave laredo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Made for you. Story Leonard Bernstein. Remember did the score? I think both on Broadway, and for the movie nineteen fifty seven on Broadway in the nineteen sixty one in the film, and it was about San Juan hill. No, not to one the teddy Roosevelt charge. What used to be called San Juan hill where Lincoln center is now. Oh, really? Yeah. Lincoln Shanna, the they did urban renewal. They took all that area was filled with tenements Puerto Ricans Clark's rose to mexicO'. Urban renewal adage fine. We ended up with Lincoln sanitaire, but as well high at Madison Square Garden into great facilities provided fortune order to do this world catch all of you. And the hawk is starting to put additional coach on. Yes. Rubbers they're expecting snow, sleet, rain and sub zero freezing weather. I mean, it is January mid January. So we should expect this this is what happens, you know? We're cool. This is good for me because my wife Nancy will be out of the house. Rescuing the catch, you know. Bye bye shelf. You'll be out there with all the cats. Do you do by what does one courteously would do by himself? I wondered let's keep it. Let's keep it PG. Like, what are you doing? Your wife's not you. Just hang out. Do you read? I love to read. What did you read newspapers as you know, you've seen the office? Yes. I I I am the guy actually we're done with the show. I'm going to go take some video of your office that I was supposed to share with you. Because I need to I need a desk 'cause I've been like rolling around. Nobody can nobody wants to come into the office because it's filled the newspapers and this is mild compared to how bad I used to be. Mild. Yes. Holy moly. But anyway, hold on. Let's get back to the west side story figuring because I've got some news for you. Well, see you probably heard the Steven Spielberg is doing an west side story move. He's going to be doing a reboot of the movie. Really? Yes. But listen to this one guess who's going to be starring as Maria. You mean the Natalie wood carry yes, her name is Rachel Ziegler. She's from Clifton New Jersey. She's seventeen years old. She beat out more than thirty thousand actors actresses on from across the world, really Steven Spielberg picture, and they're going to start shooting this summer. She is going to be Maria and Ansel Elgort Elgort is gonna be Tony. Well, I wish you well because Natalie wood as successful as she was in the role Marie me lip sync to roll. Okay. Let me tell you. You can go on YouTube and see this girl. This girl has a voice, and this is what did it? She's a Colombian American Girl. Seventeen years old again on growing up in Clifton Rican. Now, she's not Puerto Rican. But that's okay. That's fine. But she actually I play. Maria back in the in two thousand seventeen at the performing arts school presentation of west side story Burgum pack, search shots. It's okay. She's Latina m-. It's this is okay. It's fine. Don't make an issue. Because poor Natalie wood got raped by Kirk Douglas. They gave him a lifetime achievement award. I think kids reaching academy. And then remember she's on a boat off the Catalina island with her husband, Robin Wagner at the time. Yes. And crazy active from Christopher Walken. Right. Christopher Walken, and she was killed. Well, you know, there's still questions as to whether or not she was killed because she was pushed her beaten up and not helped when she fell into the water. But I don't know I've met Robert Wagner couple times. He such a I think he's such a lovely, man. You buy a mortgage from? He wrote a book, and I was I was I used to work with his daughter. Katie wagner. But no, I think he's a really nice. I can't imagine this guy. Christopher Walken each queen's Astoria. Boy why stick with him to. He hasn't said that he didn't say anything about Robert Wagner segue out of west. But anyway, anyway, the presentation the president of the United States was down in New Orleans at the farmer's convention, and we all know farmers, depend on illegal aliens in the fields to pick their crops, in fact in some of the states some crops should not been brought to harvest because they haven't been enough illegal alien to pick them in Georgia, and especially in Alabama. Sometimes I think that our listeners might think this is a joke when you say this, but in all. It really is true. I mean living out in California, the strawberry farms the onion. I mean. It was all it was all. Immigrants three big stage for agricultural production or California, Texas and Florida. So it's not just vegetables and citrus fruits. It's all other kinds of agriculture. Yes. Yes. But some of the other states that are competitive in terms of agriculture will production, especially Georgia, Alabama Mississippi. They know there's no share cropping anymore like the Houston. So it's illegal aliens. And they haven't been able to get enough of them. So it was interesting because the president talked about how it is that when you come to the border, you can slip through the cracks and disappear and never be seen again in the shadows. Then you say come back in three years for your trial. Tell me what percentage of people come back. Would you say one hundred percent of your little off like how about two percent? And those people you almost don't want because they cannot be very smart. Two percent comeback. Those two percent are not going to make America. Great again. I kind of I have to I think that's kind of funny. I'll I will say he's wrong about that. The Justice department data his own Justice department. Data says sixty to seventy five percent of non detain migrants. Have attended their their court McCain show. Julia just that's his own merits. Just for the purpose of looking at the issue and not the president who obviously is stats his facts. So always Monsieur nicely just slightly and the Justice department. Very she goes for like sixty to seventy five percent. Yeah. But that's different from say fifty percent. Okay. Forty five percent. I met you mentioned polka polka dot half of them. All right. The press get here that one more time prime please because I agree with him wholeheartedly, and then you say come back in three years for your trial. Tell me what percentage of people come back. Would you say one hundred percent know your little off like how to percent and those people you almost don't want because they cannot be very smart. Two percent comeback. Those two percent are not going to make America great again. And a lot of them if they do come back to their country of origin. So imagine imagine if you've been here, let's say instead of the three years she said, it's more like a year, year and a half. Listen to what you're saying Curtis. Listen to what you're seeing already embedded your shelf here are you going to return to an immigration court to resolve as to whether you can stay legally or they're gonna ship. You back is illegal or do you just you figure you made it a year a year and a half in the shadows, don't worry about? That's why that's why that's where immigration system is. So F'ed up that exact give the point that you're making the point that the president just made is exactly why it's so screwed up because people who are trying to do the right thing. They've they've they are showing up to their hearings. They are doing what what we are expecting them to do are going to be. Insulted called stupid and and turned away for doing. What is the right thing? What they're encouraged to do. I think that's pretty sad where I do disagree with the president on this. I think those that don't show up or smarter. They are actually smarter because they're figuring the overrun two points where they're rolling the dice. They're figuring. Hey, my excuse for coming in which economic. So would you rather? Let's say let's say you come up against you meet somebody, and they said, I didn't I didn't show up to my my courting, please. I'm on. I'm on the loose here. Let's say this is this is cool. Exactly. What's your problem that we have is we we're having people who who have no conscience who have no understanding of our laws. This is common sense. I make my way to the border. Let's say I come across the most traffic area, which is not actually Tijuana. It's new wave Laredo. Until laredo. They catch me. They give me a ticket. They tell me I have to reappear within seven months to a year at an immigration court in Texas right there by the border in Laredo, your choice. Now at this point. It's on never show up again. And they did show up. I contact my many cousins when Allen Perth ham boy who have jobs in restaurants, all to our jersey. And I say, hey, you got accommodations. Yeah. I got pinched. It the border. I'm supposed to come back in like seven months to a year any way, I could get some work. Oh, yeah. What a work you're going to get paid under the table. You're an illegal. But hey, you know, we got a room you pay us. Right. He works his way up to Perth. What what's the likelihood that he's going to go back to Laredo to appear hearing might be deported? But who knows probably not likely, but I will tell you this. Let's hope that the people that are staying are the ones that are actually. I'm not going to be arrested because they're not criminals. I mean, this is it's just it's this vicious circle. It's why it's why. Emmigration system is so screwed up because you're actually saying don't follow the laws states. I mean, it's just insane. That sounds that smart. You know realistic? You guys is that not insane. It's nothing makes sense. That's why nobody can agree on anything. The Democrats can't agree. Republicans the independent. It's all it's just Dacia. Void of politics. This is just common sense. Ladies and gentlemen. If political would you show up for your court hearing in the immigration court, or would you try to sort of find your way into the darkness of a neighborhood in which a lot of illegals, and hopefully, they never catch and explain and explain your theory, your or your your reasoning why one eight hundred she was one way or the other eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine to to to give you a perfect example. Because you love the UK, right? I do flew in a gang keep moving near then flew into Gatwick years ago. Go second major at Heathrow was the major ones and they wanted to deport the guardian angels because he didn't like the concept house of Commons show, this one actually communists house of common member Bernie grant rescued us. We were being detained. Wind ready for deportations, we will with air retrea inch. We would Somalians we will with dad. We all in there in a big dormitory. And we assume we're going to be shipped back. But you see they will being detained. They weren't being told. Okay, go into the east end the London go up. Birmingham, and comeback and six months to a year, and then will adjudicate happens right away. What you did in that circumstance? I'm sure and some other circumstances in the UK may be a little I'm just speaking on my own personal circumstances. You think you're treated that way because you are from the United States. Yes. Well, there is no doubt. And it was really they just didn't want the guardian angel. So imagine a communist came to get a shout birdie. Grad who represented the house of Commons Brixton who. That's funny would have obviously voted against Theresa. May if he was still sitting out some common communist. Deported. Maybe or have something in common me and ocasio Cortez cash. But anyway, let's go to BRUCE'S whose calling from New Jersey, welcome to Curtis and Juliet Huddy here until you ABC, Bruce. How're you doing? What you've gotta do. Is you got to stop the leak? I you got a pipe. That's leaking water pipe up first, and then correct everything else. And that's what they gotta do. You're not going to correct any of this showing up for court, and the other thing too is these people that hire illegals, I'm gonna truck trucking business. You don't hire illegals truck of you. Gotta prove who the hell you are. Yeah. But the fact is that who's going to be doing all of the the cherry picking or the strawberry picking out in California. I'm telling you young realistically, I was I was I was a bus boy when I was eight or sixteen seventeen I didn't make a lot of money and I worked at one time. First of all, I'm not young. I love you though. But curtis. I mean, you're very familiar with this. You are significantly older than me. Bruce, Bruce, you a trucker are you aware? Now, the truckers from Mexico can drive their rigs right into the United States. Whereas before they use after drop their rigor the border it would go through border inspection. And then in American driver on the other side would backup there truck pick up the eighteen Wheeler and take it the rest of the way. Now, the Mexicans can go rights will. And you know, what they got in the back of that eighteen wheel tractor trailer. Bruce other Mexicans ready slip any legally. I've been driving truck over the road for fifty one years. I'm seventy five years old. I've well aware of what used to go on and what goes on now. Yeah. And the team. Of bleeding right by the Teamsters. The teams folded on that. The teams could have said, no, they'll structure don't come into the country. They have to stop at the border unhook new cab comes in picks up in a with the nipple ish goes right underneath and take c eighteen wheel tractor trailer the rest of the way after inspection. But he's playing his point is the point that many of us make which is it's there's there's too many people. We've got to have a better system. That's the problem. We don't we don't have a good system. And let's go to Henry, welcome. The WABC Henry. Why would they why would they show up for court? They they search circumvented the roles they've broken every rule. I could think breaking getting in here. Why would they show up knowing that they're going to be deported or going to be arrest? Well, hold on. You're you're lumping two different groups together. There are people that show up like the the migrant caravan those folks who are looking for amnesty, which we still allow we have we have protocol. And we are this this situate situation that we have set up so that people can do this..

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