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"wesley lowry" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"wesley lowry" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Hello everybody and welcome to the Dennis prager show or welcome back as I hope the case would be. I have nothing to add about the buffalo shooting. It was an act of pure evil by a sick bad human being who deserves to die. I wish he had killed himself when he threatened to do so. I have nothing to add. The attempt to say that this is produced by a right wingers by Fox News and by Tucker Carlson is par for the course for the left. Want to play what clip? The Wesley Lowry clip. Oh, but CNN clip. He's a CBS reporter. He's a CBS reporter. On CNN. So I said CNN clip. Okay. Let's be clear. This stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section. First of all, the guy's a piece of crap this human being. He's a lying piece of crap. I want him to tell us what they say. I give specifics every time. When I speak about Paul krugman, lying about the Republicans being responsible for the shooting of Gabby Gifford, the congresswoman. Remember, in Tucson and others being killed, I'm specific. This is what he said. Okay? Kirkman is a bad man. This guy's a piece of crap, like all of them. All they do is smear the right. That's all they know how to do. Sexist intolerant xenophobic homophobic islamophobic racist bigoted transphobic. White supremacist replacement theory people, right? You know what? As I said so long ago, I didn't like New Yorkers replacing floridians and they're the same damn race white. The replacement to the extent that there is a replacement theory in normative conservative circles a term I never hear, by the way, in normative conservative circles, but to the extent that it exists it is replacing ideology. New Yorkers move to Florida and they ruin the state. That's what they do. They leave a crappy place to make Florida a crappy place. That's what leftists do. They repeat the politics, they vote for the politics that they fled. It's brilliant. It's brilliant. By the way, Latin Americans often do the same thing. They bring the giant government politics that they fled into the United States, just as New Yorkers do to Florida and Californians do to Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. There are a lot of Californians. Every night, really, every night on Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, this is the stuff that they hear to promote people to murder blacks, sky is scum. I hate saying this. You know in all of my career, I desisted from this. But the level of leftist is so despicable that I have no other terminology. Play it over again. This guy..

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"wesley lowry" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"wesley lowry" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Brandon Tatum coming up next. The Mike Gallagher show. When The New York Times recently ran an expose on Carlson's record of promoting white nationalism and replacement theory, he tweeted out the picture of himself holding up the article, the front page of The New York Times and laughing about it. Millions of people absorb this garbage on a regular basis on its program, fox does nothing about it. We have not shied away from calling that out and calling Tucker out on this program because what he is doing is very dangerous. In the relief factor dot com studios, here's Mike. Yeah, yeah, Jim Acosta, we haven't shied away from calling out Fox News. The network that cleans our clocks every day in the ratings, the quadruples are numbers. We wish we had a fraction of Tucker Carlson's audience. We wish we had Fox News channel's numbers. So now we're going to pretend that Tucker Carlson and Fox News channel are somehow to blame for some monster who decided to go shoot and kill innocent people at a buffalo supermarket. Got it. Got it. Good to know. Portions of our show brought to you by fellowship home loans. Call 805 ten Mike are going to fellowship home loans dot com slash my G welcome home fellowship home loans. And it's not just the Jim Acosta's of the world. It's not just Rolling Stone Rolling Stone that called the 18 year old shooter a mainstream Republican. Oh, no, no, no, no. Liz Cheney got in on the action. Wait, I can not wait to get officer Tatum's reaction to congresswoman Liz Cheney's hot take on the buffalo shooting. He joins us live Brandon Tatum is the brand new host of the officer Tatum program which begins today tonight is the night. It is the launch. Of course, Brandon is going to fill the Larry elder slot Larry retired from radio and what a pleasure it is to welcome the cofounder of blexit, the founder of the Tatum report, his news site. He's got like, I'm told a trillion subscribers on YouTube. Now getting to a trillion brand, Brandon, that's pretty impressive stuff. Congratulations. Mike Gallagher, thank you so much for having me on. It's a pleasure. I'm honored. I'm blessed to be able to be with the Salem team. You know, we're going to have a good time tonight. We're going to talk about all the issues, but not yet a trillion follows yet. One day, you're working on it. Well, it's all right. One day at a time, you do have, I think, 1.9 million subscribers on YouTube, almost a million on Instagram, and we know you're going to translate all of that success you've had to the radio show. We're all excited for you. And we welcome you to the Salem family. You're going to do great. I followed your work and your voice for a long time. So having you join our team is a real thrill. I want to play for you. Some journalists named Wesley Lowry because I'm very interested in your perspective on the left's reaction to the buffalo massacre. Let's listen to journalist Wesley Lowry to Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. Let's be clear. The stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section of this manifesto where the shooter starts talking about people always say diversity is strength. How is it strength? I could hear it in Tucker's voice. He says this all the time, right? But the Ben Shapiro's of the world say this is a big chunk about the idea of genetic differences that could have been pulled from an Andrew Sullivan column, right? There are plenty of people in our politics in our media who advance these ideas and advance them frequently. Oh, so it's Ben Shapiro's fault, or it's Andrew Sullivan's fault, or Laura Ingram's father, public enemy number one, Tucker Carlson's fault. Officer Tatum, they just can't help themselves, can they? Oh, these people are deranged and they're out of their minds and they live and they thrive off a double standards. It's quite ironic that they're willing to, you know, put the blame on Tucker Carlson and other conservatives who may have some ideas that are accurate that this guy plagiarized and used to the detriment of other people. But they're not out here talking about Illinois or any of these Democrats who are literally telling white people that they're the enemy of the world. They are really creating in my opinion these homegrown terrorists by spending most of their time making white people feel horrible about existing in this country, making white male Christian straight men feel like that they are the enemy of the people, make wealthy white men feel like they're destroying America every minute because they've accomplished the level of success. I think that more so, those individuals who are saying are creating this negative rhetoric create these deranged lunatics that go out and do this. Now, I'm not holding anybody specifically responsible because the person who pulled the trigger and decided to be an evil nut job goes to a shop and shoots people, he is 100% responsible for his own actions and I hope he spent the rest of his life in jail before he gets executed and then have to meet judgment with God. But I really do see the hypocrisy. If you're going to point the blame, you have to look at both sides if you're going to make an accurate statement according to.

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"wesley lowry" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"wesley lowry" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Some journalists named Wesley Lowry because I'm very interested in your perspective on the left's reaction to the buffalo massacre. Let's listen to journalist Wesley Lowry to Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. Let's be clear. The stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section of this manifesto where the shooter starts talking about people always say diversity is strength. How is it strength? I could hear it in Tucker's voice. He says this all the time, right? But the Ben Shapiro's of the world say this is a big chunk about the idea of genetic differences that could have been pulled from an Andrew Sullivan column, right? There are plenty of people in our politics in our media who advance these ideas and advance them frequently. Oh, so it's Ben Shapiro's fault, or it's Andrew Sullivan's fault, or Laura Ingram's father, public enemy number one, Tucker Carlson's fault. Officer Tatum, they just can't help themselves, can they? Oh, these people are deranged and they're out of their minds and they live and they thrive off a double standards. It's quite ironic that they're willing to, you know, put the blame on Tucker Carlson and other conservatives who may have some ideas that are accurate that this guy plagiarized and used to the detriment of other people. But they're not out here talking about Illinois or any of these Democrats who are literally telling white people that they're the enemy of the world. They are really creating in my opinion these homegrown terrorists by spending most of their time making white people feel horrible about existing in this country, making white male Christian straight men feel like that they are the enemy of the people, make wealthy white men feel like they're destroying America every minute because they've accomplished the level of success. I think that more so, those individuals who are saying are creating this negative rhetoric create these deranged lunatics that go out and do this.

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Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

"Some journalists named Wesley Lowry because I'm very interested in your perspective on the left's reaction to the buffalo massacre. Let's listen to journalist Wesley Lowry to Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. Let's be clear. The stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section of this manifesto where the shooter starts talking about people always say diversity is strength. How is it strength? I could hear it in Tucker's voice. He says this all the time, right? But the Ben Shapiro's of the world say this is a big chunk about the idea of genetic differences that could have been pulled from an Andrew Sullivan column, right? There are plenty of people in our politics in our media who advance these ideas and advance them frequently. Oh, so it's Ben Shapiro's fault, or it's Andrew Sullivan's fault, or Laura Ingram's father, public enemy number one, Tucker Carlson's fault. Officer Tatum, they just can't help themselves, can they? Oh, these people are deranged and they're out of their minds and they live and they thrive off a double standards. It's quite ironic that they're willing to, you know, put the blame on Tucker Carlson and other conservatives who may have some ideas that are accurate that this guy plagiarized and used to the detriment of other people. But they're not out here talking about Illinois or any of these Democrats who are literally telling white people that they're the enemy of the world. They are really creating in my opinion these homegrown terrorists by spending most of their time making white people feel horrible about existing in this country, making white male Christian straight men feel like that they are the enemy of the people, make wealthy white men feel like they're destroying America every minute because they've accomplished the level of success. I think that more so, those individuals who are saying are creating this negative rhetoric create these deranged lunatics that go out and do this.

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"wesley lowry" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"wesley lowry" Discussed on Popcast

"And there's something that will says, I believe it's in the GQ profile that Wesley Lowry did about talking about how he had to wait until his father had died. To be able to really tell these stories and address these subjects. So I'd be interested to talk about king Richard through the lens of like how Will Smith relate to his personal story and then a quick sidebar, we should come back to this. Hearing you talk about him playing Richard Williams and Richard Williams kind of like resistance to worrying about being palatable to white people in tennis or whatever, what that brought up for me was Will Smith's first serious acting role, which is 6° of separation. Which is the exact opposite sort of character. And I think has set a template on some level for what Will Smith has tried to do in different formats in his acting career, obviously not as literally as a young black outsider trying to gain Andre to elite white society, but the path of getting acceptance on like broad level, that's the narrative that Will Smith was telling from 1990, whatever that was, three, four, really, probably all the way up to the mid 2000s. And so it's interesting that there's still a touch of that in him playing this Richard Williams character who's not doing that same thing. He's also, I think, having trouble pivoting, frankly, like adjusting to the fact that not only was he someone who was this handsome young man who comes to Hollywood, you know, when his first working on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and he's so new and so nervous and wanting it to work correctly that he learns everybody's lines, not just his own. Part of the problem is that he worked really hard to ingratiate himself to this community and to be part of this institution of Hollywood and he really becomes like an avatar for what it means to be like a studio's leading man. Only to find as so many celebrities, I think, of his age have that he's gotten to this point, the sort of Pinnacle, but we're also at this point in American history where we're kind of like reexamining everything. Right, the old pathways. Like if you compare the path that Will Smith took to, let's say, superhero film, ubiquity, broadly speaking..

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"wesley lowry" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"wesley lowry" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"People are recognizing it, but I think you know, Unfortunately, I think many people on left when you mentioned crime, they just think it's like a right wing dog With or oh, you're just saying that because you have some kind of racist feelings. They're saying that because you wanna, you know, attacked the Democrats and To be fair. I do think that there's some people who politicized the issue, and maybe for some years they bring up Chicago just say always. Democrats are feeling in Chicago in Baltimore, but you know, they also don't have a solution for it. But the reality is this is a very real thing. It's taking extraordinary amount of lives, particularly among people who aren't wealthy enough to live in a gated community and have private security, or, you know, are in a privileged position like that. And I think a lot of people on the left. They just they so politicizes issue of policing that they really think the main problem is constraining the police. The police are out there hurting people killing people abusing people all the time. We have national Kearse oration. They don't understand that police are actually really useful tool because of increased policing. In the 19 nineties, we saw such a sharp drop in homicides that actually we somewhat closed. I think we close almost 1/5 of the gap in life expectancy Inspector see between like black men and white men right. So many people in the eighties and early nineties were being murdered. And I think that you know life is a life of the life. It doesn't matter who takes it, and the government needs to be attended to everyone's life. And the reality is that if you forced police to pull back if you force them to make less stuff, which is what happened, and very you know, I did some reporting in Baltimore 2018. I think they're stopped cutting half or something after the Freddie Gray incident, right? If you have that much less police and going on. Yes, you might have a few less abusers here and there. We're gonna be a huge increase in things like shootings and homicides and young men getting blown apart and I don't think that's worth it. You know? Do you think we should be talking about better policing Maura Council police? We shouldn't just be talking about no police or less policing. That's the one Things. This is one of the things actually you just mention I'm glad you mentioned Baltimore in the Freddy get gray riots and the impact it had on policing in Baltimore, because I know you've been covering this for a while, wasn't just Baltimore. There are other cities where this has happened where you have a high profile police involved shooting black man dies and then what ends up the happening in the wake of that is that there's so much outrage. It leads to less policing and more death. Chicago The same thing happened in a very highly publicized event in years prior, this is something We saw before 2020 before George Floyd ever occurred. And yet we did the same thing. Yeah, There's actually a Harvard professor. Real prodigy, Roland Fryer. Really, really bright guy. He did a study of I think he studied five cities. There's a high profile police incident. There are people are very angry at the police, and there is an investigation by like a state or federal authority. On. What he found is that every one of those cities in Baltimore was one of them. Ferguson, ST Louis was one of them. Chicago was one of them Everything on one of those cities. So, uh, first, a large drop in policing police start stopping a lot fewer people starving, left proactive. They would still respond to 911 calls. Someone asked him to come, but they would go out. Let's on their own right. And then they felt a huge increase in homicides. Right. Basically, what happened was paralyzed matter produced less policing, which glues produce a lot more death, but it should have produced with better policing right. Better policing. The left places are not the same thing. In fact, in many major American cities, Chicago is one of them. If you kill somebody, If you have a homicide, you have less than half a chance of being coins. But chance basically being cocked for it. Right. So a lot of people say that gamble right now going kill somebody. And then if you know the place I'm going to find the person who killed your loved one. You might go out and shoot them yourself that fuels the cycle of violence. I think that cycle of violence has been having so many neither with yes. Two years that we've been deeply thing intentionally wanted, unintentionally, and we just haven't been paying attention to it that he really believed that what we really believe that slogan of black lives matter. We have to pay attention to what's happening. What kills me about this whole thing is the lying but torrential lying around these subjects that goes on. So you mentioned that the rising crime This year. It's been pretty dramatic and in homicides across the country in major cities, we've seen a 40% increase over the previous year in homicides. That's the biggest single year increase we've had since 1960 on then when you go over to the Washington Post police shooting database, which is really the best, the best available database to sort of Kabul. This data together from various Law enforcement agencies around the country and you drill down to the number of unarmed black people. I didn't say menacing people. Both men and women on our black people killed by cops in the United States it we're told frequently that there's a genocide going on yet last year 2020 18 black people unarmed. Held by police for various reasons this year so far in 2021 44. Why is it that the press can't even begin to be honest about the context here and the scale of these things? Look, I think something fairly important has happened in journalism where I think reporters feel like they have to take a particular side on a social or political issue. You know Wesley Lowry's that The Washington Post called it moral clarity right where they Have to be making..

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"wesley lowry" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"wesley lowry" Discussed on The Takeaway

"If you can weigh in on this I mean we talked a little bit Charlene. You brought up Erica Garner Steph <hes> untimely death in her twenties <hes> and I think this is part of a bigger conversation about <hes> AH fatigue <hes> exhaustion if you will in the movement and among particularly among activists who are front and center <hes> trying to do these direct actions and Molina you've faced even criminal charges as a result of your activism awesome <hes> because of that I mean what told does that take on the movement or movements as a whole and thinking about how individual people are impacted by this people have to know the scale at which people are impacted. It's not just the most visible leaders it is our folks who are in chapters across the country <hes> b. y.. P. One hundred is in a four states in the south in the Midwest and on the East Coast as well and our local leaders us our local leaders carry so much of the burden of the work on a day-to-day basis and is absolutely exhausting work and we are working under capitalism we are working under anti blackness and working under systems of Patriarchy and so we have to do the work to always tell as big stories as possible about what's happening on the ground <hes> and those stories have to include the the dozens hundreds of people who are moving this work and so oh I think one of the reasons why you don't see people in the streets in the same way <hes> every single day now is because people are choosing to 'em being required to do their work differently because it takes a toll on your physical mental and spiritual spiritual cell and for those who've decided that this is a life time commitment. We have to understand that it is not a sprint and frankly is not just a marathon <hes> where we just we just keep keep keep keep going if anything and maybe a relay race maybe a way to think about it where we're like. The baton is passed back and forth back and forth through many people as we go along the journey and so <hes> we have to make those those types of commitments to actualising what some people will call healing justice and our movements as we developed strong leaders to do this work because it goes beyond any any individuals lifetime and the individual also matters in the work work and want to a pivot for a second because we are running short on time here but we are heading into a very contentious election season. We've been in a very contentious political cycle now for quite some time I recall into going into the two thousand sixteen election candidates <hes> particularly Democratic candidates. We're talking a lot about even using the language of black lives matter in particular. I'm not hearing similar language so far. It's still very early in the debates. They're still twenty some odd candidates but I'm wondering Wesley as you cover <hes> these movements and as we look ahead to twenty twenty is the tone different is are the presidential candidates addressing these specific issues as they relate to black Americans. I think the conversation has shifted a do you think that a wide array of candidates have adapted language in positions that were unthinkable even four or five years ago on that and the their credit to the activism organizers you've done that so when you think about twenty sixteen there was a massive like rhetorical fight over whether or not like Hillary Clinton would even say that words black lives matter and now you have presidential candidates rolling out plans for racial reparations right. We live in a completely different world than we did four or five years ago. You had a candidate in <hes> in Castro <hes> invoke specifically specifically the crisis facing bloc Trans Women <hes> You have people like Elizabeth Warren who were talking specifically about a maternal mortality rates among black women are these are conversations that are in talking points and policy issues that have been adapted specifically from young organizers and again. There's a level of specificity there where you have three or four or five candidates out there with specific policing plans when previously it would have been considered radical and hyper liberal progressive to even admit that perhaps the police needed into change or something to be different and so I think that the last few of movement have unquestionably changed the way certainly Democratic candidates but I would argue even some Republican candidates talk about these issues at all and and the depth which they engage those issues issues in in it's hard to sometimes it's hard to remember how far we've come as early as to those things it so that gets lost. Sometimes I mean is that an off is it. You know I don't think it's like I don't think this is something that static well all right. You've checked the right box. You said the right thing and so therefore you can stop caring about black people around people about activist movements <hes> there's there's always going to be pressure and that pressure is always going to force <hes> folks to consider things they haven't otherwise but I think that when you look at the twenty twenty election cycle in the twenties sixteen election cycle we live in a world <hes> that is far beyond where it was at the time and that's because of the way so many activists and organizers have been able to begin shifting and changing this conversation Wesley lowry is a national reporter at the Washington Post Charlene carruthers is.

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