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Fresh update on "whitmer" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:54 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "whitmer" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"To give it to a Chinese corporation to come into the state of Michigan. It's unheard of. By the way, one more shout out. There'll be MKT and Cadillac. Thank you all for carrying our show. But it's just insane. This is totally bananas. Like we're even having this conversation. But we're talking to tutor Dixon running and Gretchen Whitmer. You mentioned something about a Trafalgar poll and you just kind of set me off a little bit in a good way. Trafalgar is one of the best polling entities out there. Robert kehaya had him on my Fox show last week. They are one of the few polling organizations to nail the 2016 or 2020 election. I don't trust any other polling outfit tutor. So if you're telling me you're down 6 by them. That means you are unquestionably within striking distance, and I can tell you, you know, when I ran for Congress, I had a poll a month out down 20, and I wound up losing the darn race by one. So if you're just down 6 and this election cycle, that means you're within striking distance and folks, if you want to help her out, go to Tudor Dixon dot com. Now, you're obviously have priorities, you know, while we're all conservatives, I get it, but we all think differently, we're not monoliths here. We're not the Borg. If you get an office as the governor in Michigan and you win that seat. You have to prioritize your first hundred days. What are your triage items? You absolutely have to get done right away. Well, getting kids back on track is critical because as you said, she was locked down Queen and she kept our kids out of school longer than almost any other state. So now we're seeing the effects of that. Even when she had the opportunity to give reading scholarships, when she had the legislature hand her a bill for a $155 million in reading scholarships, she vetoed that. The effects of that have been catastrophic on our students. We just got our reading exams back for our third graders from last year. We had a nearly 60% failure rate across the board. So first and foremost getting education back on track, we were already 38th in the nation before the pandemic, now we're headed quickly toward the bottom 5 states in the nation. So we have to provide relief for our kids. We have to provide help for our kids to get back on track and then get parents back into the classroom and let them know what's going on. We also have a rising crime situation. You know this. You talk about it all the time. Michigan is one of the worst states. We have 11 of the hundred most dangerous cities. So we've got to get to back our law enforcement. When I talk to those guys, they go, we don't want money. We don't want you to come in and do anything. We just want you to have our backs. That's not what they want. You just say 11 out of the top hundred most dangerous cities in Michigan did I hear that right? Yes. That is staggering. My gosh, that is staggering. Now, you're right, this is an area very sensitive in my heart given my background in law enforcement. And tutor, I watched a state far far more liberal in Michigan, New York, my home state where I grew up. I watched them completely turn the public safety situation around. And they did it with a Republican governor and a Republican mayor who was George pataki and Rudy Giuliani. So I don't want to be told by anyone, Michigan's a lost cause. You know, I heard some pollster the other day. Well, I don't know, Whitmer looks great in reelection. I don't know. I'm not buying that tutor. We're talking to tutor Dixon. I'll tell you why. You know as well as I do now been involved in politics for a well over a year running now in this race. Kitchen table issues matter. All politics are local. That's not just an adage. That's a tautological statement. And when your car's broken into your kid's mug, you're assaulted or someone home invade your house, you can't tell me you're voting for the status quo with that going on and inflation eating away your wallet. I don't buy the fact that she's the FrontRunner in this thing at all. No, exactly. And you know, we have things, we have other indications of that because we have this radical stuff happening in our schools. And last weekend, a bunch of parents in Dearborn mission, Michigan, got together. It's somewhere between 508 hundred parents got together and said, essentially, get the sex and gender stuff out of the schools. We're done with it. It was a coming together of Christian and Muslim families saying we do not want this to be in our schools. We want kids to be learning the basics, reading, writing, and math. Why are we finding pornographic books? Why are we finding out that they're talking to our kids about transitioning? This is a movement. When you see people who historically voted Democrat saying, if you're going to go, we're done. If you're going to hang on this crazy woke agenda with our kids, once you start messing with people's kids, that's when you see a change. I mean, you saw what happened with governor youngkin. It's a very similar situation in the state of Michigan. Well, I was going to ask you about hold on one second, my wife is leaving. Where are you sorry tutor? This show is totally off the rails. We don't conduct it like a normal radio show. The texture, 'cause where are you going? I'm sure you understand. Regarding governor youngkin, yes, in a state that probably mirrors a little bit, a lean blue state, the politics of Michigan, governor youngkin won and what was effectively a landslide, and he did it because like I just said, crime is a kitchen table issue, but so are your kids. It's the kitchen table Y of kitchen table issues, man. Again, if you get in there and win the governorship of Michigan, we're talking to Tudor Dixon. Can you commit to us in the audience that you are going to look at this CRT stuff? I don't

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The Feds Are Now Targeting Ordinary Citizens on the Right

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:56 min | 3 d ago

The Feds Are Now Targeting Ordinary Citizens on the Right

"I've spoken about the FBI as a group of thugs with badges. And we have seen the ways in which the FBI arbitrarily raids Trump's residence, Mar-a-Lago. We've seen the FBI's orchestration of the Whitmer kidnapping. And we have not fully seen, although it's beginning to come out, the FBI's role in January 6th. Interesting as the government tries to make a conspiracy case, a sedition case against oath keepers. They are now admitting there were FBI informants embedded in the oath keepers and they're trying to create the idea of some sort of an oath keeper's plot. As far as I can see, it's nonsense, but interestingly, FBI and filtration is a reality. Now, but I want to show that the FBI is going beyond this to terrorize ordinary Americans and by ordinary Americans I mean ordinary Americans who are right of center who are Republican who are conservative people like us. And I want to focus on the case of Mark hauk, so Mark hauk is a family man, 7 kids, wife, lovely family, founder of an organization called the king's men, which promotes Christian virtues among men. He's also a sidewalk counselor and what that means is that he is an activist. He's a pro life activist, and he doesn't hesitate along with others to show up to these abortion clinics and attempt to do sidewalk counseling of women. Now sometimes what happens is that there is altercations, not surprising between people who work at those clinics and the sidewalk counselors. So apparently what happened is that one of these clinic volunteers was entering into an altercation, not with Mark Howe himself, but with his 12 year old son. And the clinic guy who was an older man began to scream at the young boy and go into his face and what Mark hauke did almost instinctively and whether it paternal impulse to protect his son is he pushed the guy and the guy fell. Now, big deal. This can happen. This is almost something that can be anticipated and when you have confrontations as always the rest of somebody's going to get shoved. In any event, this guy was not particularly harmed. He later tried to make a complaint against Mark hauk, but the complaint was thrown out. It was basically one of those cases where I slipped, I fell, and what, I had to put on a band aid, who knows. Nevertheless, the point is the court didn't even take the seriously the whole thing was thrown. It was thrown to the sidewalk, so to speak. And then what happens is Mark how suddenly gets raided by the FBI. There's some dispute about whether there were ten agents or 15 agents or 20. Well, there were a lot of agents, and they came in and they began to try to break down the door and they had weapons drawn, and they terrified, of course, Mark haux children. And they claim that he's violating a federal law and the federal law apparently is one of those laws that is called the freedom of access to clinic entrances law. So supposedly, you're not allowed to block people from entering a clinic. Well, Markov wasn't doing that. He wasn't blocking anybody from doing that. And in that sense, he was not interfering with the freedom of anybody to make their own decision about whether to go to the clinic. He was merely trying to counsel them when the Planned Parenthood or the clinic activist shows up and begins to berate a mark haux sun mark how sort of instinctively tries to defend his own kid.

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Revolver.News' Darren Beattie Discusses Manufactured White Supremacy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | Last week

Revolver.News' Darren Beattie Discusses Manufactured White Supremacy

"Joining us now is Darren Beatty from revolver dot news. Darren, welcome back to the program. Excellent to be back as always. So Darren, thank you. So I want to talk to you about this one particular story. Is it true that the federal beer investigation is misrepresenting what might be considered white supremacy arrests or incidents in their reports to make it seem as if there's a bigger problem than they're actually is. Walk us through this story. Well, it certainly seems that way on the basis of whistleblower accounts. And just to contextualize all of this, this alleged national security threat posed by white supremacy dates back to really the Trump presidency where the DHS, the Department of Homeland Security, which is a national security bureaucracy set up in the aftermath of 9 11 to protect us against foreign terrorism, declared that white supremacy was the number one threat and since the DHS declared this a number of other national security institutions have followed suit. Now evidently, the FBI is getting on board. And the problem with white supremacy is there's just not the supply to meet the demand. And so it has to be manufactured. And it can be manufactured the kind of laborious way of actually setting up entrapment schemes like what we see the FBI did in the Michigan Whitmer case. But the easier way to do it is just cook the books and manufacture the numbers and count certain things as white supremacist terror when they really have nothing to do with it to feed into the desired narrative.

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Julie Kelly: The Real World Implications of the FBI's Actions

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Julie Kelly: The Real World Implications of the FBI's Actions

"And the author of the piece he put together I hadn't really thought of it in these terms He's like listen granted all this FBI the bad news coming out It's bad stuff We get it It's bad for PR But the premise of the piece Julie was this has real world ramifications here that are really serious Going forward as public polling in the FBI collapses You're going to have a problem with juries not believing them You're going to have a problem with magistrates not trusting the warrants they swear out to You're going to have a problem with witnesses not wanting to come forward You're seeing it right now Sergey milian and the spy gay kid He doesn't want to talk to them I don't blame them I mean this is a real problem It's not just a PR crisis It's a national security crisis It really is aside from the fact that the attention of the FBI and all counter terrorism agencies is now directed at the political right which of course leaves us vulnerable to foreign threats which still exist You are right I heard this again and I keep going back to the Whitmer case because it is so instructional in terms of where this FBI is It is not just a headquarters problem We're talking about dozens of agents supervising agents handling agents using informants and undercover agents out of multiple field offices to put this together But during the second trial Dan when the judge of a survey surveying the jury potential tree pool he asked them about their level of distrust for the government and so many hands were raised I think he was shocked So this is a problem because when this agency is credibility is in the garbage where it is right now not only to your point our courts and judges not going to believe what they're presenting but more importantly our fellow Americans who comprise juries are not going to trust even when they're producing actual real legitimate criminal charges

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Julie Kelly: We Need More Whistleblowers From the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Julie Kelly: We Need More Whistleblowers From the FBI

"A Kerry Pickett as a piece out at the Washington times Again this is just stuff from this week about the FBI Clearly an organization that's failed in its mission at this point Apparently some FBI whistleblowers and thanked the lord and I'm not using his name in vain that we're starting to see whistleblowers trickle out I wish we had more but a whistleblower or a couple of them told the Washington times that apparently ray and the DoJ have some headquarters based white supremacy type quota They're calling it like what was the line about it before Some kind of a oh internal metric for white supremacists and the whistleblowers are saying that they're being pushed to recategorize people as white supremacists I mean can you think of a more destructive thing to do to law enforcement than to set up a perverse incentive that we're going to measure your performance based on how many white supremacists you can go and find This is crazy It is crazy and it's all to bolster Christopher ray's phony narrative that he launched in 2019 that white supremacist militia men et cetera opposed a grave threat to the country This was his idea This was also again the motivation to put together the Whitmer fed mapping hoax And so now you have Joe Biden is going to host the summit I think it's today talking about white supremacy and what a danger it is and yet you have these people inside the FBI who unfortunately yes we have whistleblowers but for the most part these agents and officials are going along with this Yeah A lot more whistleblowers We need a lot more people in there speaking out because if it doesn't come from within the FBI we know the GOP doesn't have the guts to reform it or dismantle it It has to be come from inside that agency

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Julie Kelly: The FBI Is Surveilling Social Media Chatter

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Julie Kelly: The FBI Is Surveilling Social Media Chatter

"Pretty touch and call his name We said it was Mike and I was real name is obviously He's like listen I'm a retired FBI guy and he says Dan I got kids too and my son called me the other day and he said dad you know what the hell is going on at the FBI And he said Dan I got to tell you you know I can't speak for everyone but I speak for a good amount of retired agents I still keep in communication with And he said we're just horrified You're right What's happening right now is a disgrace I mean think about it This story breaks last night from another great reporter Miranda Devine at the New York Post that a whistleblower's revealing that Facebook was now in cahoots with the FBI giving them wait for it your private messages on Facebook Not Julie Kelly's public pose You're a private DM type stuff So if you're using Facebook to coordinate groups and you're exchanging messages without a subpoena according to the whistleblower allegations nonetheless but serious enough to address They were giving to somebody the FBI that this is as clear as day of violation of the First Amendment It really is and look this goes this started really before the 2020 election The FBI opened something called operation cold snap and the spring of 2020 And this was to surveil social media chatter among Americans who protested or were planning to protest These lockdowns This stand is how the FBI and social media and Facebook put together the Whitmer fed mappers The men who were lured by the FBI and their informants into this group that allegedly tried to kidnap and killed Of course there was an FBI operation This is all an extension from that into the 2020 election And of course leading all the way through to January 6th Miranda's piece is an absolute must read because this thick partnership between big tech and the country's most powerful law enforcement agency should really scare the hell out of everyone

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Charlie Pierce: The Only Way to Deal With Polls Is to Ignore Them

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Pierce: The Only Way to Deal With Polls Is to Ignore Them

"So what do you make of all this latest Donald pollings and blah blah blah? Who is it, Nate Cohn talking about like, oh, there's warning signals flashing again for Democrats. How about why are there warning signals? I guess because a lot of the polling is good for Democrats, but they're saying because of the margin of error and well, no, I mean, I think the only real answer is to put your head down and run through the finish line. Yes. Yes. I know. That's the thing is I almost don't want people to about what's their name Gretchen Whitmer up in Michigan. Right. She's got a solid 13 point lead. It's been a 13 point lead for months now, and she's running just as hard as she ever did. That's all you can do. You can't do anything else. Right. Well, yeah, New York Times polling guru in, yes, the warning signs are flashing again, paints an ominous picture for Democrats and key Senate races in Ohio, Georgia, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Florida. Democratic Senate candidates are outrunning expectations in the same places where the polls overestimated Biden in 2020 in Clinton in 2016. That's what they're talking about. The possibility. That to me is like, it's like bull worshiping. You got it wrong in 2016 for watch out. You might get it wrong. I know. Well, this is what he said, the possibility that the apparent democratic strength in Wisconsin elsewhere is a mirage and artifact of persistent and unaddressed biases in survey research. Yes. So but that's what we're saying is even the Warnock race. So the fact that it's even close is just well, I mean, that's very real. I mean, that's very alarming. Yeah. But you know, again, the only way to approach it is to not pay attention.

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Julie Kelly on the Shocking Treatment of J6 Political Prisoners

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Julie Kelly on the Shocking Treatment of J6 Political Prisoners

"Turn to the topic of your book. Let's turn to January the 6th. Of all the things you've witnessed from the Whitmer trial to the continual hounding of president Trump. And I don't want to put words in your mouth, Julie, but I suspect this is the case, tell me if I'm wrong, is the treatment of those who were arrested after September the 11th, has that been the most disturbing thing you've witnessed in the last few years? Yes. There's no doubt about it as I explained in my book. And of course, a lot has happened since that book was published, is the fact that we have political prisoners in the United States. And this is something my very first article about it was written in February of 2021. When I saw that these judges were denying bail to coey Griffin, that was my first article, the cowboys for Trump leader, who was charged for misdemeanors. He never went inside the building. He was outside. He, I believe, had a permit. He's an activist. But nonetheless, a judge denied his release, calling him a threat because he had participated in this so called insurrection. And so he spent, I think, several days in jail before another judge authorized his police, but I thought this is crazy. Especially the heels of what had happened throughout 2020. And not only criminals getting off Scott free but being bailed out by politicians like Kamala Harris. And so, but what was really disturbing and continues to be to me. As the holding of political prisoners, men charged with no violent crime, stupid offenses like obstruction of an official proceeding or conspiracy who nonetheless are being detained denied bail.

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How the Whitmer Case Opened Julie Kelly's Eyes to FBI Corruption

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

How the Whitmer Case Opened Julie Kelly's Eyes to FBI Corruption

"The Whitmer case has been more eye opening to me in terms of FBI corruption than January 6th. That is because, to your point, what you just said, this was not just something that was concocted out of Christopher ray's office. This involved numerous FBI field offices, numerous FBI handlers working out of those offices. At least a dozen, maybe up to 20, undercover agents and informants, including real lowlifes, said, informants that we pay who you would not want to cross on the street. One man in particular convicted felon several times over, including convictions for sex with a minor. He has been a longtime FBI informant who committed at least two other crimes while he was stitching this random group of sort of outliers and outcasts together to create this fed napping hoax. The FBI pays these informants and cash. The main informant was paid uncompensated almost $60,000 for 7 months work. He got cash payments. He got a new tires for his car he got a new laptop. He got a smartwatch. When the caper was over in December of 2020, the FBA handed this man named Dan chapel an envelope with $23,000 in it. Now he was done being a so called informant. The hoax was over, the men were all arrested and charged in October of 2020. So what's the FBI giving this informant $23,000 for?

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Charlie Unpacks the Great COVID Pivot

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Unpacks the Great COVID Pivot

"We're getting a lot of questions about how the big COVID rewind is happening COVID pivot. Isaac from North Dakota has a question. Charlie, how are they going to get away with this? We can't allow them to get away with it. They're running the hills. They are afraid. They're afraid of potential Nuremberg trials. They're afraid of accountability. This is Kareem Jean Pierre, just flat out lying. About this play cut one O four. Let's step back to where we were not too long ago when this president walked into this administration. How mismanaged the pandemic, the response to the pandemic was. How 47% of schools were in less than 6 months, our schools went from 46% to open to nearly all of them being open to full-time. That was the work of this president. The lies, the deceit, the lord will not honor this amount of treachery. So Korean Jean Pierre said 46% of all schools were closed. People might not remember because this is the strategy of the gaslighters and of the mockingbird media. But in August of 2020, I remember it 'cause I was there. Donald Trump did press conference after press conference with Betsy devos and with all the people around him defying Anthony Fauci saying that schools needed to be open in the fall of 2020. And then he was called a super spreader, a mass murderer, Gavin Newsom, and Gretchen Whitmer, and Lori Lightfoot, and Bill de Blasio. They all resisted it. CNBC dot com, July 30th. I remember this because I was there. Amanda's Orwell just pop out because it feels as if you watch these clips and without, I don't know, the Internet Archive, you feel as if you're losing your mind.

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What Should We Do With the FBI? Darren Beattie Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last month

What Should We Do With the FBI? Darren Beattie Weighs In

"Beatty from revolver news, I want to bring Darren in to talk about the current state of affairs and really get into this overarching question that we've had this week of what to do. What to do with the FBI. We have them. We're getting a majority. What should be done, Darren? Welcome to the program. Great to be here. Thanks for having me. And so we could go through a look. We can go through Whitmer. We can go through the fact that they're not protecting congresswoman Margaret Taylor Greene. We can go through January 6th. But the question, I think that's before us isn't so much about what the situation. I think we understand what the situation is of the FBI. The question now is, what's the action? What action can we take and what action should we take? And I'd love to get your take on that. It is a great question. And unfortunately, it's actually a very difficult question because we can talk about, oh, we have to totally crush them. We have to totally defund them. But the devil is in the details. It's in the implementation. It's in having the critical master people willing to undergo the pretty considerable pain box that the regime can put you in whenever somebody actually steps outside of the playpen that every politician is supposed to stay confined in and every once you step outside of that place and the stakes get different, the rules are different and understandably a lot of people are reluctant to do that. So I think we have to start with what could realistically be done. And I

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2 Men Guilty of Plotting to Kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:43 sec | Last month

2 Men Guilty of Plotting to Kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

"Breaking news. Two men, Adam Fox and Barry Croft junior have just been found guilty in the Michigan governor Whitmer kidnapping plot. The same plot that I think to everybody out there looking at this looks like an FBI entrapment operation, where the majority of people that were involved in this thing were actually FBI agents themselves and we've got the great none other than the great Julie Kelly on to respond to this to break it down. And to understand why exactly it is that we're putting the FBI on the table and deciding what should be done with this because we are the people in this country, not the bureaucracy. We are not ruled by them and we will not be. Julie Kelly, I'd

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2 men convicted in plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

2 men convicted in plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer

"A Michigan jury convicts two men today for plotting to kidnap the democratic governor over COVID restrictions and other anti government sentiment Barry Croft junior and Adam Fox were also found guilty of conspiring to obtain a weapon of mass destruction a bomb to blow up a bridge and hold off police while kidnapping governor Gretchen Whitmer from her vacation home The governor said the verdict sends a strong message but at the same time we must also take a hard look at the status of our politics Plots against public officials and threats to the FBI are a disturbing extension of radicalized domestic terrorism that festers in our nation threatening the very foundation of our republic the jury took 8 hours to deliberate over two days it was the second trial for the pair after a jury in April couldn't reach a unanimous verdict during that trial two other men were acquitted to were found guilty I'm Julie Walker

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Dinesh Condemns the Judge in the Whitmer Kidnapping Trial

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Dinesh Condemns the Judge in the Whitmer Kidnapping Trial

"I'd like to talk about the Whitmer kidnapping case. Now to refresh your memory, this is a case that has occurred sort of in two waves. There was a trial. And two defendants, Daniel Harris, and Brandon cassata were found not guilty. Not guilty on the basis that the FBI and trapped them into pursuing this kidnapping plot. So it was the FBI that really did it, put them up to it. And the jury just didn't believe the government didn't believe the Biden DoJ didn't believe the FBI. And so Daniel Harris and Brandon are walking free. But the other two guys who were on trial, Adam Fox and Barry Croft, you had a hung jury, which is which means there was obviously at least someone maybe more than one that wanted to convict. And others who wanted to acquit and they couldn't come to an agreement, and so there's the second trial going on right now. In fact, it just concluded, and the judge is giving instructions to the jury. Now, a lot has come out in the trial. And by and large, once again, it's been shown that the FBI played a very active and I would say even aggressive role in driving this plot forward. And the defense has been pretty effective in bringing this out. The defense's theory is that you've got these yahoos and a lot of them were very angry about COVID. They were very angry at Whitmer. They were also high on pot, they would meet together and basically get into these bragging Sessions. Oh, we're gonna teach our lesson. We're gonna do this. We're gonna do that. And but it was all talk.

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Bombshell Revelations About the J6 Pipe-Bombs With Darren Beattie

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

Bombshell Revelations About the J6 Pipe-Bombs With Darren Beattie

"Welcome back to the program. Darren, you have a couple new stories here. I haven't had a chance to really go through them. It's been a very busy couple of days for me, but it's January 6th pipe bombers mechanical timer detonates fed's direction lie, and the second one is released the tape revolver has definitive proof the FBI is hiding critical footage of January 6th, Darren Beatty the floor is yours. Yes, so first of all, thanks for having me on again. These are two really important stories because everyone now thinks of ray eps when they think of what is the most glaring and egregious problem with the official narratives of January 6th. Well, the pipe bombs are right up there. If not, more so. And just so set the table of people might not remember this. There was reports about this January 6 pipe bomber. The FBI made a big deal out of it. The public face of the investigation, which will talk about in greater detail later, his name is Steven dien tuono just to hit the machine guy, right? Exactly. Okay, I'll just I'll just say it now. Of all the people in the FBI who could have gotten coveted promotion to the Washington D.C. field office of all the people, FBI director Christopher wray promotes the scumbag Steven dian toner who oversaw this absolutely outrageous and I would say even criminal in traffic. I don't say that. It's so terrible. Yes. And by the way, like just people should be following Julie Kelly's Twitter account now. There's a retrial of some of the defendants in the Whitmer case. And I'm telling it beggars belief that this is even possible. And it's still more astonishing that of all the people that would get a promotion. It's the guy who oversaw this absolute disaster and disgraced any conception of legitimate and dignified law enforcement. So

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Prosecutors rest their case against 2 men in Whitmer plot

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Prosecutors rest their case against 2 men in Whitmer plot

"Prosecutors have rested their case against two men charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer I Norman hall an FBI agent who was working undercover told jurors about a stop at a bridge near Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer's vacation home during a night ride by anti government extremists to continue planning a kidnapping The government alleges that destroying the bridge was part of a scheme to get Whitmer and would have slowed down law enforcement response Adam Fox in very Croft junior on trial for a second time a jury in April couldn't reach a unanimous verdict against him to other men were acquitted I Norman hall

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Dan Horowitz: We Have a Narrow Window to Act Against the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last month

Dan Horowitz: We Have a Narrow Window to Act Against the FBI

"I mean and this is my whole thesis as you well know with COVID fascism that a lot of us are bothered by the fact that this new great reset began a while ago but even people on our side were asleep and then when it came to the FBI January 6th and then the Whitmer kidnapping plot which turned out to be a fed napping plot that the feds did it You know this was going on to ordinary citizens for a long time where you had people that were merely within eyeshot of the capitol and they had their homes rated people thrown into this solitary confinement So now finally the stepped on the rattlesnake that everyone seems to care about and they're doing it to a former president and this is going to really be their undoing I would be surprised if they unleashed the actual asset David because that's usually several hundred pages and that would contain a lot of embarrassing information So I still think they're going to filibuster this But the reality is Dan we have a very narrow window We're on the one hand people are awake to the severity of the problem with the federal police powers But on the other hand we could still kind of do something about it If you know what I mean and that won't last for much longer and I think this is my overall picture is it's not enough to wait for Kevin McCarthy in a rhino GOP house to hold some hearings I'm not against that but I think states need to start interposing against this and saying we will not allow federal agents to operate against citizens when it's crime of fascia driven by political persecution and not concrete probable cause for a legitimate crime

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Donald Trump Jr.: Deep State Is Shocked They Can't Control the Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Donald Trump Jr.: Deep State Is Shocked They Can't Control the Story

"Of course, who knew that weeks later, you'd be on a radio show being interviewed by somebody who's going to say to you, they took your dad's passports, done, they took his porch. Passports, they took his, they took his picture books. We've been lied to about the genesis of all of this, right? First Merrick Garland didn't know anything about it, then it turned out he personally signed off now it turns out he's been looking at it for weeks. They can't control the narrative. They didn't envision this kind of blowback because the deep state has been working that way forever. They can't believe that people no longer trust the FBI to do the right thing after years of watching them sign off on bony face awards, watching them lie, watching them try to entrap meth heads to create a narrative, there was an assassination plot against Gretchen Whitmer, the governor of Michigan. If these guys have done more damage to what was once a great institution, you know, did anyone and they're shocked. They're shocked that people don't buy it anymore, Mike. It's absolutely disgusting. Then they go in, it's supposed to be a very detailed war because, you know, Trump may still have the nuclear codes and where we're worried about Russia, Russia, Russia, part 19 at this point. Oh, well, they are. No, it's not that. They're looking for anything. What they're trying to do is they're going in there trying to disqualify him from running again because they know he's the only person in the entire Republican Party that would have the guts to try to actually dismantle and take on these deep state bureaucrats.

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Ned Ryun on Defunding and Disbanding the FBI

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | Last month

Ned Ryun on Defunding and Disbanding the FBI

"He's Ned Ryan. He is the author of a book I highly highly recommend on the battle of bunker hill. The adversaries, you can see it subtly placed over his left shoulder. There you go. Right there. You know everything and everyone about politics. You are deep, deep, deep in it. I want to get your perspective on today's theme resolved the disgraced FBI must be defunded and disbanded. What do you think? A 100%, I don't think that goes far enough though. I think that it is common. You think that's the moderate position. That is the moderate position. I think that they have shown themselves to absolutely not care about the rule of law. We have 6 years of empirical evidence of that in which, let's just start, for example, they used a fake Steele dossier, which they knew was bogus. That's the stunning part to me to secure four fisa warrant to spy on the president of the United States in the hopes to undermine and take out the duly elected president of the United States. And then we can keep on adding to that. I mean, I don't think people are talking enough about this very crazy Gretchen Whitmer, fed napping FBI informant, planting evidence kind of story that's really starting to play out. But all and beyond defund and shut down. People need to go to jail.

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"whitmer" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"whitmer" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"A handful of Intrepid Republicans, and it's, it shouldn't be a handful. It should be the Republicans in a unified political phalanx. But no, it takes the brave ones to go out front. And here I'm talking about, I'm gonna name them. It's led by Marjorie Taylor Greene, but you've got Scott Perry, Dan bishop, Andrew Clyde, Andy Biggs, bob good, Mary Miller, Paul gosar, Andy Harris, Louie gohmert, Thomas massie Matt Gaetz, well, what are they doing? In the aftermath of the exoneration of two key defendants in the Whitmer kidnapping trial, the pressing attorney general Garland for some specific answers. Now, trying to get answers out of Garland is not an easy business. This is like going to the consigliere of Don Corleone and saying, hey, listen, we're we want to find out more about the mafia. You're actually talking to the mafia. But nevertheless, this needs to be done. And so this is a stinging letter and a demand. Of Merrick Garland copied a Christopher wray, and the questions themselves are telling, let me just read a couple of them. Who within the DoJ and the FBI knew about or was involved in the plot to kidnap governor Whitmer, tell us. Remember, this is a letter being sent by the legislators to the executive branch, which is accountable to the legislative branch. Number two, to what extent would the DoJ and the FBI motivated by the 2020 presidential election to paint political opponents as domestic terrorists specifically Vis-à-vis the plot to kidnap governor Whitmer and the events of the U.S. capitol on January 6th, 2021. In other words, this is not just at the FBI staging orchestrating infiltrating and moving along a plot. This is the FBI timing those events to coincide with an election. So the issue here being raised is the election interference, very important issue because these revelations came to light in early October of 2020.

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"whitmer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"whitmer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"It's more united It's more capable of addressing 21st century threats Ukraine's foreign minister made an urge and plea to the NATO members to send more military equipment fast Lincoln says the U.S. has agreed to send Kyiv anti aircraft systems shoulder mounted anti tank weapons and armored vehicles Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer filed a lawsuit to secure abortion rights in her state even if the Supreme Court reverses its roe V wade decision Michigan public radio's Rick Pluto reports The governor's legal challenge seeks to strike down Michigan's dormant 1931 law that bans abortion except when necessary to save the life of a pregnant woman Whitmer is also asking the Michigan Supreme Court to bypass lower courts and take the case right away We know that there is a determination coming from the United States Supreme Court in a matter of weeks perhaps and that's why right now it's crucial that that court acts swiftly and take this case The democratic governor says the Michigan constitution guarantees similar privacy and due process protections as those upheld in the road decision For NPR news I'm Rick plut Angel listening to NPR news From WAB news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris the time now is 5 32 Georgia democratic senators John ossoff and Raphael Warnock voted in favor today of making katangi Brown Jackson the first black woman to serve on the nation's highest court Warnock tweeted a clip of himself right before heading to the Senate floor It's a great day in America I'm headed.

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"whitmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brian shook You're listening to Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio I've been talking to former U.S. attorney Matthew Schneider of honigman about the trial of four men accused of conspiring to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer So the defense raised the defense of entrapment They said that the FBI tricked the defendants into agreeing to the plot to kidnap whitner and the FBI drove the whole thing So tell us about that defense So what we know so far is that the defense originally in the opening statements didn't really touch this entrapment They just kind of nibbled around the edges At some point in the openings it became clear that that's really what they were talking about And then entrapment defense is saying essentially I'm not the one who came up with this idea I'm not the one who really wanted to do this And but for the government I wouldn't have done this I wouldn't have tried to put this plan into place except for the government goading me on And some of these defendants have said that they really had no experience in tactical training and using weapons but Dan this undercover FBI informant is the one who trained them And he's the one who encouraged them So that's the entrapment defense And the government of course and is going to use the jury instruction for entrapment And there is signs in there that the government can point to to say that you weren't entrapped And that's really based on the fact that the defendants were what they call predisposed to commit the crime That means they already had this thought in their mind before the government introduced the undercover agents And under the law if you have that predisposition then entrapment is not a valid defense Is it a high risk strategy to defend based on entrapment because you're conceding that some crimes may have been committed It is because it's an informative defense where you have to admit to certain things but say similar to self defense say I did this however Now it's important to note that as this trial has played out it's not as clear cut as the government has thought in my opinion because entrapment is not the only defense There is a separate defense that is being laid out by at least one of the defendants to say that this is all really big talk We did not intend this but we talked really big And we came up with some wild ideas and the defense is going to explain the fact that we talked about what are some ways we could go and take out governor Whitmer Well one way is we could all sneak over to our House and we could hide in the Woods and we could bark like animals and then she would come out because she cares about animals Another thing that they talked about was well we could cut all the trees down between Indiana and Michigan because that would create a stir and would prevent people from getting into the state Or we could tie a kite to the governor and fly over Lake Michigan Now that's all nonsense right That's not going to work and the defense in this case is look they said all these things when they were drunk and when they were stoned Another thing that they said was we're going to kidnap her And so all of this is in one big pot we didn't mean it And it's all just a bunch of big talk And therefore their strategy is where big talkers we didn't mean it We couldn't actually accomplish this and you should find us not guilty The fact that there are four defendants here are their defenses united you said that one of the defense attorneys brought up this crazy talk So how does it play that there are four of them So there's four defendants in each of them gets an opportunity to speak as questions give their opening statements That's how the openings played out Now let's see what happens in the closings right Are they all going to latch onto that defense Will they all be in the entrapment defense that we know All four of them have already said we'll plead and trap them But will they all argue these other kind of stone crazy delusions and that's why we did it Well they argue that that really remains to be seen And we won't know for weeks because this trial will probably take at least four to 6 weeks to get through But will the jury distinguish one defendant from the other for something like if they're sitting there and this wild talk a plan to put a kite on Whitmer or whatever Will the jury really distinguish one from the other or will the defense is sort of bleed into one another So normally juries do take the time and effort to go one by one through each descendant and find this defendant with these elements either dead or did not commit this crime And there will be plenty of time for jury deliberations to do that Sometimes people fear that if you're if you're in a group of people who are committing crimes then there's guilt by association I have found in my experience that jurors are quite smart They're quite intelligent and they're able to parse out who did what and who did not do what So I think we'll be able to see a jury that is able to do that Let's talk about some of the witnesses to insiders who turn states evidence seem to be important for the government That's true So there are two defendants who were charged in this case but they've pleaded guilty And now they're cooperating for the government And they've committed crimes and they are going to admit that and explain what happened And the government's theory on this is that the best way to know what happens in a secret conspiracy is to actually get one of the members of the conspiracy to come out and explain what happened And these people were insiders who can say I was in that room I was part of those conversations I know what happened and here's what actually took place The defense on these types of cases is always the same You're a liar And the reason why you're testifying is for one reason and that's because you've been convicted of a crime and if you testify and you give the government what they want then they will give you a break and they will cut your sentence and they will reduce the amount of time that you have to spend in prison If you even go to prison And so the defense will.

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"whitmer" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"whitmer" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"Me quality time also my love language however six people is the exact opposite of what i want. I need just like that. Run on sneaky like six people. Get out of your being w. yes. I loved all the birthday cakes. I love all the people around. You know like we all share and like they weren't all the same age like right. There were adults they were kid anyway. So much fun anyway. Yeah so take us through the numbers and just like what could possibly be. And why do you think those numbers would have that leveling which was a loving which is changed so might not be that bad as another important point another important point that love languages change because we need different things at different times in our life and so that's really important to know as well so we're saying all these things super sketchy in pencil friends. This is not carved in stone. This is how we're however interpreting this for now but it has they give you like the mind of like what what your graham number is in what your partner is like your kids any grabbed numbers and then from from that mindset of like. Why do they want. This is exactly. I'm in the best way that you can took words. There was perfect. It was perfect. So i'm always going to start with the eights because well i love the aids. And because the first in the body center so eight Are really after that. You will not be betrayed. They don't wanna be controlled. They don't wanna be manipulated and one of the things that has really common for aids is that they're often solving problems in the future and they're kind of doing doing doing and one of the things that betrayal means. If someone doesn't do something for you that you expected them to do or they do something that is hurtful or harmful for you. So acts of service seems to be a thing that would make a lot of sense for eight and many of the age that i know is that acts of service are really big for them because they feel like. They're the ones always doing. And they're the ones that have to hold the walls at so in someone else helps them hold the wall app. That's a really great demonstration of love or it could see that the opposite they need Like to give they wanted to themselves and by doing axa service. That's taking it away from them or imac completely off with that. I don't know. I think one of the things that is hard about aids is they might at first be like what are you doing at i. There's a little bit of like Wait a second here. Are you trying to manipulate me. Why are you being nice to me. That can be eight but internally like eight inside just a big bala do like. They're so soft and kind on the inside and they're protecting themselves so once they see that you are not going away or that. You're not trying to get something from them by access service that tends to be a really common aides. Were actually the most common one that i saw across the board. That responded was really affects. The service yeah. The next one eight was a physical touch yet. They often because it's a really intense people and they are so body oriented. Physical touch was also another important active service and love for them and but the same kind of thing so are what are you trying to do. Is this what i want like. Don't cross their boundary with physical touch but letting themselves be a little softer so like if you're an aide allowing that physical touch that is appropriate and good and right for you can really open your heart a little bit..

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"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"That very thing just happened in the state of michigan right before the last election. The much publicized attempt to kidnap governor gretchen. Whitmer was not at all what it seemed to be as we've now learned according to an account in buzzfeed news the majority of the so-called plotters in that case were in fact reporting to the fbi. There's a name for that. It was a setup and it was immediately leveraged by the joe biden for president campaign for political advantage to given all of that. We asked the obvious questions. Anything similar happen on january sixth. We're not saying the entire thing was orchestrated by the fbi. But is it possible that some of the people there were actually reporting to the fbi encouraged as we said others to commit crimes. That's an entirely fair question. But for asking the usual propagandists and the news media denounced us with maximum hysteria as conspiracy theorists and unpatriotic. There's still denouncing us now but as it turns out we were right to ask those questions. Insight we'll show you why. Mark abraham is a thirty two year old army veteran who served in iraq on january six. This year he was federal agent. He worked for the drug enforcement administration. The da ebrahim says. He went to the capital that day. Because he was invited by an fbi informant a man he had known in iraq. We have confirmed. This is true. We've reached out to that man. The man that even went to the protest with he denies encouraged anyone to break the law. But that man did confirm that he has been an fbi informant. You confirmed the fbi knew he was at the capitol that day and he confirmed invited mark e bringing to the protest. He says that the two of them stood outside the building. The fbi informant turned to him and strongly encouraged him to enter the capitol building. You bring him new. That was illegal so he refused to do it..

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"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Fbi informants in the group of the rioters who from the six that were possibly agitating and then there was also another story about an fbi. Informant calling a guy who was a da agent saying come down to the The rally on january six and he came down and now that guy got arrested for coming down. So when i found out that many members of the gretchen whitmer clan. Who were plotting against there were actually. Fbi guys it. All sort of made sense based on some of the information that some of the stories. I'd heard coming coming in now. It's interesting because you come from that perspective. But perspective i come from is the. It's amazing to me still in this day and age. That is we still use whether they are actual agents who are undercover or. Their agents are or their snatchers. Would i call somebody who's cooperating. It's amazing the the extent to which that is still used given periodic these periodic scandals around it. I mean i remember. I remember years ago. the The ones in l. a. county. That were unbelievable and they will well documented. The has been the snitch. Who would fabricate so supposed confessions and things of that nature in. It's amazing that we still Every once in a while somebody it'll turn out somebody were camps some something that bay supposedly said or heard somebody say when proven that they couldn't have done it and yet we still. It's still exists. It's almost like it's endless loop in we just can't rid ourselves with the idea of informants. Well i you know. I think that most reasonable people would say that if there was a group. Let's just say terrorists and there is a sleeper cell. And they're planning to blow up the port of los angeles. We can all agree that we'd like an fbi guy to infiltrate that sal and quart their mission or or or report on it at a certain point if the fbi guy is saying. I have an idea. Let's blow up the port of l. Certain point when he becomes the leader of the group..

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"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"And the judge basically said that's the twenty two million boxes ridiculous You can either have seven hundred and fifty or we're going to give a new trial. They gave us a dry up. Settling it again. But the impact case you had somebody who had an intentional or an intent to steal the conversation which was attorney client and then marketed. Yeah i know. It was all chronicle in the documentary. That was the part where they did the hatchet job on you the words yes exactly exactly exactly very good memory whether they they claim when i was gonna win on you like a ton of bricks i was really talking about poor kids or up at neverland like jake right. Yeah it's beautiful all right. We'll speak into the fbi I think there's a couple of in here. We have the gretchen. Whitmer story with the governor of michigan about that in the main show on the now. Now i have i have not. I've studied it a little bit right. What's your reaction to that. I can only imagine. I told gary that yesterday. Well it was. It was interesting because if you if you watch first off sometimes when you hear stories that just seem weird and then they just kind of go away. You should always stop and go. Was that really the story. You know what i mean. So that story was you know. Trump inspired white supremacists or militia going after. You know liberal governor female gretchen. And they're gonna kidnapper at first blush. It it just seems weird because you just never hear about you know you'll hear about a possible. Assassination attempts or possible or theft. Or what have you but you really never hear like kidnap. Kidnap is is a weird one. And it's it's a weird one for this country especially and it's also weird. You'd never i've never seen or heard of a governor being kidnapped so number one is. This is weird number two. When you then here like fem- you know what i mean like. Well trump these people are motivated by trump's tweets and their white supremacists. If i hear anything about white supremacy groups anymore i just go all right. What's the real story or who was this. What's really going on because it's become such a catchall for for the news. Loves loves the theme and then i didn't hear anything after it it all really so it always kind of made me feel like what. What's the real. What really happened in the story then recently tucker carlson was getting a lotta shit for saying that there were. Fbi agents that were sort of embedded in the in the six capital ride insurrection. Whatever call me today that he was saying that the that the fbi well routinely take informants put them into a group and sometimes those informants are actually cheering on the mob so soda so to speak or agitating to actually make a crime. I was trying to look this up with gary. I'll circle back to gretchen. Whitmer in a second. But i was trying to figure out this case it was about a year and a half or two years old. It was somewhere in the south. There was a case where an fbi agent had embedded himself into this. You know plan this group to rob or to shoot up as a shoot up an outdoor parade or something like that and the shit actually went down like the guy never stopped at the guy. The guy was there. I cannot recall that story. I was i was trying to have gary find it but i wasn't giving them enough information to find that story. Believe it was some sort of outdoor event. There was some sort of plot to shoot it up and somehow it wasn't thwarted by the fbi. Who was there. But so i had heard some weeks ago that there were..

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"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Negative happened to her Show who was the one who was caught on the hot mic Her name is maria. taylor right. Did she get no. Rachel hold on site fraud on the hot mic and ridge eludes the one who i think left in now right so rachel nichols caught on a hot mike. She was talking to someone on her management team and she was talking about maria. Taylor and maria taylor was in the in the throes of a contract negotiation trying to get a new contract from espn. She has since elected to go with nbc and she is going to sign a giant deal with them. It sounds ended. Anything happen with the hot mic and speaking of that mark. So we steer it back to the law whether it's pat o'brien leaving a message on his grandma's phone or or the hot mic. There's a lot of hot mic stuff. Now if look. I did a show called crank yankers. We weren't allowed to call people in record them without their consent in Forty forty four of our states. You know what i mean. There are laws that say you cannot record this. You can't distributed you. Can't profit from it seems like there's a lot of that going on like just the whole hot mic thing. Sounds a little insane to me. Because i didn't who coordinated the rachel nichols. Because i thought she was talking to her either. The manager agents confident on added that ever get in and why was it leaked. There's a certain point. So here's the thing. So rachel nichols was disciplined. She was taken off the sideline reporting wnba but this all centered around the nba final So she was taken off this island reporting gig for the nba finals and replaced with somebody else. She was apparently in a hotel room somewhere doing a remote for espn that ended and she went about her business and called this consultant. This miss person on her management team. Who's also the manager. Also on the management team of lebron james and she was talking to him not understanding that what she was doing was still being broadcast back to the control so espn employees who recorded this almost certainly and leaked it. You know several months later when for whatever their their motives were right. But don't we have this sort of expectation of privacy..

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"whitmer" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Today. Steve freeze from hours here. And he's been up to a lot including a notable piece about michigan. Governor gretchen whitmer. That's got everyone talking and some local predictions into twenty twenty one. I'm jair stays. And this is your daily detroit for monday march. Twenty second twenty twenty one. Join me virtually friend of the pod. Steve freeze how are you. I'm good. how are you good. Good man you made. Some waves are not allowed to talk to you about but yet made some waves with this piece in our detroit about governor gretchen whitmer. It's been everywhere and everyone's talking about it. There's just something about the governor. That lover hater in between she just has the ability to capture people's attention. Yeah and you know. It's interesting because she's become this sort of avatar for everything that michigan conservatives or trumpers whichever they are hate she's a strong decisive powerful woman. Obviously who has had a good political ride on the covy train to some extent most of the state the polls seem to show still support what she's done and understand it. There's not the same stink around what she's done as there was with gavin newsom or andrew. Cuomo certainly there's a great deal of anger about the impact on the economy and private personal businesses. But we put her on the cover of our magazine because she is the governor of the state and the biggest no significant maker in our state from the past year or so and people just lost their mind. I mean some of these people saw her picture staring at them from the racket. I dunno ho- food sir wherever they see the magazine in public and they didn't read the story they just thought it was a horrible thing that we put a very nice photograph of the governor on the cover of our magazine is if we ever but uh nice pictures of anybody on the cover of our magazine hours photography second to none no matter who. You're covering well. Yeah i mean. That's the whole i mean it's it is still style magazine and you know. I think it's interesting that i came into the magazine. More than a year ago fulltime as the news and features editor. And we've done a lot of political coverage and more serious journalism than maybe had been done before. But we still give everybody. They're cotton candy and their fashion coverage in their food covers and all the things that people want to read about to kind of check out so the balances. They're it's just a fuller meal than it used to be and people just can't bear it but the interesting thing about it was. There was a very loud reaction on social media and in our e mail boxes an even believe it or not. I got voicemails and you know. I had a voicemail box green voice to me. i don't know. I haven't been in the office in a year. And they were all very angry about it. In fact steve. I have one of these thoughtful insightful pieces of feedback right here but then readership was at social..

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"whitmer" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"You don't. Hang. Out of business. Three thirty afternoon I could be sober. I'm not going to be fall down drunk or anything so. Sober I doc. You were, but you could have been possibly was, so it was. Fun No turns out. Your Girl Gretchen Whitmer. ANCHOR IT turns out. She opened up parts of Michigan where she was going to go like to go party and be on a lake, and now she's alleging that her husband was telling me a joke. What I don't think he was. I don't know the way this reads to me carry. It doesn't sound like he was telling me. Jokes sounds like he wanted a special favor because he was the governor's husband, he wanted his boat. That is what. Like from Fox News Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer acknowledged. Tuesday or husband dropped her name or requesting to get their boat in the water ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, and they'll claimed her husband's comments were quote a failed attempt at humor, boomers come came after office initially pushed back against the story saying they're not gonNA. Make it a practice of addressing every rumor that has spread online. Michigan Gop State senator also said her office had originally adamantly denied the claim that went was husband trying to use her position to convince a company to quickly get the families vote on the water amid the current. Current virus lockdowns ever during a press conference. Whitmer essentially confirmed the reported conversation happened. Even though she claimed comments were made in jest, my husband made a failed attempt at humor last week when checking in with a small business that helps with our boat and dock north, Senator, press conference Tuesday knowing it wouldn't make a difference. He jokingly asked being married to me, might move him up in the queue, obviously with the motorized boating prohibition and it could nineteen. He thought it might get a laugh. It didn't whitmer further sought to distance herself from her husband marks to be honest. I wasn't laughing either. Either when it was related to me because I knew how it'd be perceived, he regrets he regrets that I wish it wouldn't have happened. And that's all really we have to say about. It continued and Whitmer who recently confirmed. She's been in talks with presumptive democratic, presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign about being chosen as his running mate famously imposed one of these strictest lockdowns, the country, sparking frequent protests. What's more? She's told people not living in northern Michigan the only region in the state where the lockdown has been lifted the stay away from vacation spots there during the holiday weekend, a facebook post by. By. North, shore dock LLC owner Ted docker described a request from immerse husband Mark Mallory this morning. I was working with the office. Call me there was a gentleman on hold who went his boat in the water before the weekend anchor posted the Detroit. News reported that being memorial weekend and the fact. We started working three weeks late news. There is no chance this is going to happen. He continued our office. Personnel had explained to the man he replied. I am the husband of the governor. Will this make a difference? The company later noted Mallory respectfully accepted. The accommodation would not be possible. Okay so there appears to be very report there. It sounds like Mallory really did want it done because he's the governor's husband and the company good for them. Made the decision. That not going move you up because of the governor's husband by the way probably because the government such an ass wagon for this entire thing, but there should not be any special treatment. They should not be able to open up parts of Michigan where she's going to make Asian and certainly. You listen. I believe the owner of the manager wherever it was when when he says. They were told that it wouldn't be. They couldn't get it done. And then the customer insisted. And then asked me place on hold because he said. Does it matter that I'm the governor's husband? Curtis. There's like a joke to you. Well, it does not. I! Mean it sounds pretty clear to me. Listen. You know the governor's house, but wh. What can you get it done? That's not a joke. It's not funny. It's not cute. Just like nothing that she's done in this cove, nineteen pandemic has been cuter, a joker funny. This is another example of do as I say not as I do. Don't dare. Tell me. That I can't have my boat I'm the governor or in the governor's husband. And I doubt he makes that call without without his wife knowing. The period eight, eight, nine, one, eight, eight, eight, nine, four, one, seven, two, four seven JOEPAGS DOT com. We'll get into that. Take a few of your phone calls on this I'm the King I'm the Queen We deserve to get what we want. No matter what you guys can or can't have. That's the way you have to live in Michigan Right now, so we'll talk about that plus WanNa talk about this this death at the hands of police in Michigan. In Minnesota I apologize, we can. Let's get a story on that ushering talk about that as well because that's a that's a very interesting story. It's clear to me from the video. I see that this was way far beyond what was necessary and the man should be alive, but we'll explain it in detail can't play the audio even from it because there's a lot of a lot of cursing from people who are watching this, go down, but there has been ramifications for the police officer and others, but is it enough ended eight nine four one pags Joepags? DOT, com coming right back..

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"whitmer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I talk about to tell terrorism and I've got to talk about Gretchen Whitmer and those of you listening in Michigan Liz I saw the house in Michigan I pay taxes in Michigan but my main residences in Texas but I love the state of Michigan was there eight years as in television ads and radio I really got my footing in traction in this business I love the state I love the people there we've got more stations in Michigan that I believe anywhere else although Texas is very close it's fifteen or sixteen stations during the week Monday through Friday on the Joe pags show we love beyond their what the hell were you thinking if I hear one more person give the excuse that Gretchen Whitmer was elected because pot was on the was on the ballot sorry it is a more important smoke pot then it is to have somebody who is not there to tell tarian in the in the governor's mansion governor Gretchen Whitmer who should never have one has made rules that are so restrictive that people of all political backgrounds wait and rallied and and it showed a show of force in Lansing this week by the thousands they should open their car saying this isn't okay this person literally was putting out a notice that doctors could not prescribe hydroxy Cork within her state it does have to do an about face from the FDA said well yeah it's probable it's safe it's been safer malaria for a long time this person obviously has places like Walmart cordoned off complete sections of their stores so you can go to Walmart which is deemed essential we only buy with Gretchen Whitmer says you can buy you can't bite grass seed or or other things that would allow you to maintain your lawn or your your garden during lockdown we're gonna let leave your house to go to work she says you can go boating but you just can't go on a boat with a motor I'm not even kidding I can't make this up she's deciding I don't buy item what is the what is an essential as if she'd she somehow knows and if you think I'm exaggerating with the voting thing look it up this is somebody who says marijuana dispensaries are essential we're getting a knee or hip replacement surgery that you've been waiting months to do are years to do and you're in pain is not essential this is somebody who is said to abortions are not elective therefore they're essential I kid you not this is from the blaze the headline is Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer abortions are life sustaining this is written by Phil silver the democratic governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer recently called access to abortion during the corona virus pandemic life sustaining I don't think the baby agrees Weber was discussing health care an abortion during a recent podcast interview with CNN correspondent former Obama adviser David Axelrod and she if she made the comments after being asked about her plans regarding other states were banned abortions during the outbreak what we're suggesting that well elective surgeries have been paused in Michigan abortions are considered essential and can still be performed we stopped elective surgeries here in Michigan the governor said some people tried to say that type of a procedure is considered the same as abortion and that's ridiculous a woman's health care she said her whole future her ability to decide if and when she starts a family is not an election it's a fundamental to her life she continued it is life sustaining and it is something the government should not be getting in the middle of let's break it down dummy the movement for abortions is called what anybody in the audience and values and then you know it's called pro choice pro choice I'm pro life because I believe the baby should live your pro choice because you think the mother should have a choice to have an abortion or not.

Gretchen Whitmer Michigan
"whitmer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Talk about to tell terrorism and I've got to talk about Gretchen Whitmer and those of you listening in Michigan Liz I saw a house in Michigan I pay taxes in Michigan but my main residences in Texas but I love the state of Michigan was there eight years I was in television ads and radio I really got my footing attraction in this business I love the state I love the people there we've got more stations in Michigan that I believe anywhere else although Texas is very close it's fifteen or sixteen stations during the week Monday through Friday on the Joe pags show we love beyond their what the hell were you thinking if I hear one more person give the excuse that Gretchen Whitmer was elected because pot was on the was on the ballot sorry it is a more important smoke pot then it is to have somebody who is not there to tell tarian in the in the governor's mansion governor Gretchen Whitmer who should never have one has made roles that are so restrictive that people of all political backgrounds wait and rallied and and it showed a show of force in Lansing this week by the thousands they should open their car saying this isn't okay this person literally was putting out a notice that doctors could not prescribe hydroxy Cork within her state it does have to do an about face from the FDA said well yeah it's probable it's safe it's been safer malaria for a long time this person obviously has places like Walmart cordoned off complete sections of their stores so you can go to Walmart which is deemed essential legally by with Gretchen Whitmer says you can buy you can't bite grass seed or or other things that would allow you to maintain your lawn or your your garden during lockdown we're gonna leave your house to go to work she says you can go boating but you just can't go on a boat with a motor I'm not even kidding I can't make this up she's deciding I don't buy item what is and what is an essential as if she'd she somehow knows and if you think I'm exaggerating with the voting thing look it up this is somebody who says marijuana dispensaries are essential we're getting a knee or hip replacement surgery that you've been waiting months to do are years to do and you're in pain is not essential this is somebody who is said to abortions are not elective therefore they're essential I kid you not this is from the blaze the headline is Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer abortions are life sustaining this is written by Phil silver the democratic governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer recently called access to abortion during the corona virus pandemic life sustaining I don't think the baby agrees Weber was discussing healthcare an abortion during a recent podcast interview with CNN correspondent former Obama adviser David Axelrod and she is she made the comments after being asked about her plans regarding other states have banned abortions during the outbreak what we're suggesting that well elective surgeries have been paused in Michigan abortions are considered essential and can still be performed we stopped elective surgeries here in Michigan the governor said some people tried to say that type of a procedure is considered the same as abortion and that's ridiculous a woman's health care she said her whole future her ability to decide if and when she starts a family is not an election it's a fundamental to her life she continued it is life sustaining and it is something the government should not be getting in the middle of let's break it down dummy the movement for abortions is called what anybody in the audience and will you and then you know it's called pro choice pro choice I'm pro life because I believe the baby should live your pro choice because you think the mother should have a choice to have an abortion or not.

Gretchen Whitmer Michigan
"whitmer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"About to tell tarian ism and I've got to talk about Gretchen Whitmer and those of you listening in Michigan Liz I sell a house in Michigan I pay taxes in Michigan but my main residences in Texas but I love the state of Michigan was there eight years as in television and radio I really got my footing in traction in this business I love the state I love the people there we've got more stations in Michigan that I believe anywhere else although Texas very close is fifteen or sixteen stations during the week Monday through Friday on the Joe pags show we love beyond their what the hell were you thinking if I hear one more person give the excuse that Gretchen Whitmer was elected because pot was on the was on the ballot sorry it is a more important smoke pot Bennett is that somebody who is not there to tell tarian in the in the governor's mansion governor Gretchen Whitmer who should never have one has made roles that are so restrictive that people of all political backgrounds wait and rallied and and if you show a show of force in Lansing this week by the thousands they should open their car saying this isn't okay this person literally was putting out a notice that doctors could not prescribe hydroxy chloroquine in her state you don't have to do an about face from the FDA said well yeah it's probable it's safe it's been safer malaria for a long time this person obviously has places like Walmart cordon off complete sections of their stores so you can go to Walmart which is deemed essential legally by with Gretchen Whitmer says you can buy you can't bite grass seed or or other things that would allow you to maintain your loan or your your garden during lockdown we're gonna leave your house to go to work she says you can go boating but you just can't go on a boat with a motor I'm not even kidding I can't make this up she's deciding I don't buy item what is the what is an essential as if she'd she somehow knows and if you think I'm exaggerating with the voting thing look it up this is somebody who says marijuana dispensaries are essential we're getting a knee or hip replacement surgery that you've been waiting months to do are years to do and you're in pain is not essential this is somebody who is said to abortions are not elective therefore they're essential I kid you not this is from the blaze the headline is Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer abortions are life sustaining this is written by Phil silver the democratic governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer recently called access to abortion during the corona virus pandemic life sustaining I don't think the baby agrees Weber was discussing health care an abortion during a recent podcast interview with CNN correspondent former Obama adviser David Axelrod and she a she made the comments after being asked about her plans regarding other state to obtain abortions during the outbreak what we're suggesting that well elective surgeries have been paused in Michigan abortions are considered essential and useful we performed we stopped elective surgeries here in Michigan the governor said some people tried to say that type of a procedure is considered the same as abortion and that's ridiculous a woman's health care she said her whole future her ability to decide if and when she starts a family is not an election it's a fundamental to her life she continued it is life sustaining it is something the government should not be getting in the middle of let's break it down dummy the movement for abortions is called what anybody in the audience and while you're in there you know it's called pro choice pro choice I'm pro life because I believe the baby should live your pro choice because you think the mother should have a choice to have an abortion or not.

Gretchen Whitmer Michigan
"whitmer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Talk about to tell terrorism and I've got to talk about Gretchen Whitmer and those of you listening in Michigan Liz I sell a house in Michigan I pay taxes in Michigan but my main residences in Texas but I love the state of Michigan was there eight years I was in television ads and radio I really got my footing attraction in this business I love the state I love the people there we've got more stations in Michigan that I believe anywhere else although Texas is very close it's fifteen or sixteen stations during the week Monday through Friday on the Joe pags show we love beyond their what the hell were you thinking if I hear one more person give the excuse that Gretchen Whitmer was elected because pot was on the was on the ballot sorry it is a more important smoke pot then it is to have somebody who is not there to tell tarian in the in the governor's mansion governor Gretchen Whitmer who should never have one has made roles that are so restrictive that people of all political backgrounds wait and rallied and and it showed a show of force in Lansing this week by the thousands they should open their car saying this isn't okay this person literally I was putting out a notice that doctors could not prescribe hydroxy chloroquine in her state it does have to do an about face from the FDA said well yeah it's probable it's safe it's been safer malaria for a long time this person obviously has places like Walmart cordoned off complete sections of their stores so you can go to Walmart which is deemed essential legally by with Gretchen Whitmer says you can buy you can't bite grass seed or or other things that would allow you to maintain your lawn or your your garden during lockdown we're gonna let leave your house to go to work she says you can go boating but you just can't go on a boat with a motor I'm not even kidding I can't make this up she's deciding I don't buy item what is and what is an essential as if she'd she somehow knows and if you think I'm exaggerating with the voting thing look it up this is somebody who says marijuana dispensaries are essential we're getting a knee or hip replacement surgery that you've been waiting months to do are years to do and you're in pain is not essential this is somebody who I said abortions are not elective therefore they're essential I kid you not this is from the blaze the headline is Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer abortions are life sustaining this is written by Phil silver the democratic governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer recently called access to abortion during the corona virus pandemic life sustaining I don't think the baby agrees Weber was discussing healthcare an abortion during recent podcast interview with CNN correspondent former Obama adviser David Axelrod Eiichi Eiichi made the comments after being asked about her plans regarding other states have banned abortions during the outbreak what we're suggesting that well elective surgeries have been paused in Michigan abortions are considered essential I can still be performed we stopped elective surgeries here in Michigan the governor said some people tried to say that type of a procedure is considered the same as abortion and that's ridiculous a woman's health care she said her whole future her ability to decide if and when she starts a family is not an election it's a fundamental to her life she continued it is life sustaining and it is something the government should not be getting in the middle of let's break it down dummy the movement for abortions is called what anybody in the audience and well you and I you know it's called pro choice pro choice I'm pro life because I believe the baby should live your pro choice because you think the mother should have a choice to have an abortion or not.

Gretchen Whitmer Michigan
"whitmer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Livin on WCBS what you may hear some of the things that are going on out there we have this Michigan mayor Gretchen Whitmer who really is disaster and she's on the tape that today show today and I want you to see how flip she is about stealing your liberties in Michigan cut forgo the overwhelming majority of governors in this country as you know if you should stay at home orders but yours I have never been considered to be among the most stringent in this country folks who have the occasion holes in Michigan at the residence we're not being allowed to travel to those vacation homes are you're you're asking stores and sell things like you know painting garden supplies having those stores shut down not considering them essential what what's what what's the thinking behind are you a particular state whole water problem retired US Michigan has the third most common nineteen cases in the nation right now and we are not the third largest state in the nation that tells you we've got a unique crisis on our hands and that it demands a unique solution so we just had so I got snow on the ground here in Michigan right now in Lansing we're expecting up to thirty inches in the upper peninsula the fact that we're cracking down on people travelling between homes or plants or landscaping or golfing really for a couple more weeks isn't going to meaningfully impact people's ability to do it because the snow will do that in and of itself did you know it's snowing all over Michigan how stupid is this one that's number one number two listen to her fascistic reasoning we're not the largest state obviously she says in population but we have the third largest number of cases so you still handle this quote unquote scientifically not like a tyrant you go to the nursing homes assisted living locations you go where the people are who are most vulnerable the senior citizens others who have heart disease in these other maladies and you tell them you in particular we're targeting you for good reason we want to save your lives just give us a few weeks maybe give us a month but some sh level wants to go into the paint store to get pains we compare this has because he's got nothing else to do or go to a a a garden center so the complaints love because I have nothing else to do what's the point of that in these private companies these private but they know how to do this stuff they're not gonna let people they you know they're not going to have a rugby scrum in the middle of home depot it's not gonna happen they're not gonna have a kissing booth you know what Sherman Williams paint store I know I go around I drive around I look at what's going on half the time I don't even get out of the car I just see that people know how to cope in the store so her argument you know just generally plans to this argument it's not good enough to do what you're doing as far as I'm concerned so this is Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan there we have Chuck Schumer on MSNBC last night pushing out a lie that's been out there all day today and yesterday that Donald Trump held back checks to help people because he wanted his signature on the checks it's a lie it's a lie the treasury department said the timing of the release of the tracks has been works in the works for a week has nothing to do with Donald trump's signature I mean hell somebody signature has to be on the track or you can even deposit let alone passion so that's been a long time it's been going on all day long because that's what the media do I'm surprised they didn't say Donald Trump was waiting to get the latter bear the sign every check personally cut six go what ask you mean the president isn't a legal signatory to checks like this I think the washing post describes it they're actually gonna have to put his name on the memo line instead of on the signature line it seems like it's sort of a remarkable ego trip from the president particularly if it's gonna happen so here they are covering a crisis this it sounds like it's a crisis when people are talking this way what what a net wishy and of course her idiot guess to Schumer who's hiding out you know trump is a brave man when you see this there he is he's in front of the media every day's meetings every day he's following the social distancing and all the rest of their telling of the duo he's leaving the country where these other knuckleheads go ahead this is in terms of when people get their money yeah I agree are Rachel I wish not my second first what's not their money when people get money.

Gretchen Whitmer Michigan
"whitmer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Castro you know one of the things that we know in looking at are what's happening in Michigan called the nineteen is that since I did a press conference just three days ago we've lost about a hundred and sixteen people a day four thousand Michiganders and died in the last week more than five hundred people alone have died governor Gretchen Whitmer is on not just numbers on a screen these are husbands and wives and otters and sons and grandparents who've lost the battle with the disease that is incredibly aggressive and contagious and deadly my heart aches for everyone of all I think that it's important to be clear about well we can come up with all sorts of scenarios where we can make an argument that someone's safe and in whatever activity it is they want to do every single exception to say home stays safe order makes this more porous makes it less likely to work means more people are going to get sick four people are gonna die and more our economy is going to suffer for longer golf landscaping and I've heard these seem to be the ones that that we hear the most from the legislature some of the Republican legislators you know it's not critical infrastructure it's just not I they are not necessary to sustain life and to be candid justify engaging in it can expose people to rest serious risk every time you ask a low income person to come out and fill up their gas tanks go get food it's additional opportunity for exposure and first plan and that's what happens when you go to the golf course you know what happened to it you have to pay someone so someone had to show up to take your money handing money you have to go and I get your tea time and hand someone your clothes possibly afterward you get out of the card after you've touched it there are people who have to show up and go to work for your recreation and we're exposing all of them to call the nineteenth as well as the golfer and so for the sake of the health of our state it's really important that we remember we're all in this together fat doing creating all sorts of exceptions to what is going to last for three more weeks what does say a hoarder as every exceptionally make Mexico more porous and less likely to be successful we know that these tactics work the man who stands next to president trump every night on his briefings Dr Fauci is and this is the most important thing we can do we've seen it have some reason to be successful in other states we have to double down right now to save lives people at one eight get exceptions I understand what what what their thought is but I'm in the business of saving lives and that's precisely what this order is going to do let's abide by it let's get through the next three weeks and then we can actually toppling talk about possibly starting to re engage in an economic sense governor have you thought about making your stay home stay safe order regional since most since about eighty percent of the cases are in three urban counties and there's still about ten world counties where it's not even traceable yeah so I think it was you know kind of along the same lines of how answered Kathy's partially covert nineteen does not observe county line it doesn't observe hearty line it doesn't observe state line that's why we really need a comprehensive policy I've been are advocating for comprehensive policy nationally one eight states already been doing stay home orders if the subject is all to risk because people don't observe state line and neither does the disease but what we can do in Michigan is observed a state wide order so that we protect everyone covered nineteen is present all across the state I might not have been detected I might not have been tested for yeah we might not have that fatality in every part of the state but it is pleasant statewide and the more people move around the more likely it is going to show up I've talked to rural hospital CEOs who are very concerned about people traveling to a second home to go to you know travel they are not equipped to deal with a covert nineteen sprite and large magnitude by people that are are coming into the communities they're asking people to stay home let's get through this crisis pressing for three weeks I know what's up as a sacrifice everyone is struggling with being isolated but the fact of the matter is we're going to save lives by observing this order and by initiating these serious provisions we don't want people traveling to second homes we don't want people are engaging their their landscaper going the golf course for these reasons the more people that are moving the more likely spread and the harder it is for us to have the flattening that were that were trying to do for the health of our all of our economy and most importantly to save lives this is a repair C. span radio programming from Friday so you mentioned that this the suburban showplace is now with me a second facility within open up to treat patients with the global center being the first is there do you want us to open up all right and do you have your eye on the third facilities some cheesy Appleby opening by Friday I've been on the phone with FEMA administrator of the the secretary of the army as well as I have been on the phone with everyone in Washington DC I think but we know that we will be up and able to accept patients on Friday at TI CF in Detroit with regard to suburban collection I'm not quite sure Dr J. we expect in the next few weeks it will be available to start seeing patients as well governor Gretchen Whitmer and Dr Ginni Calhoun Michigan's chief medical executive in Lansing on Thursday field hospital in New York has has been almost empty is there any thought that we're not going to need those additional votes in the field hospitals so we continue to monitor we're talking everyday with our hospital leadership about the number of cases that they are saying we will continue to plan and build out our alternate care facilities as needed right now at the TCAS regional care center we're gonna start with twenty five patients will start ramping up as we need to and again as we see that the data and hospitalizations one for me to be a great problem to have not to have to use all those ballots and that's precisely why the stay home stay safe order so important to stand right now you know it's it's interesting the Javits center they refer to in New York change their model to look more like TCS where it is a covert base as opposed to taking everyone's cycle that our we had confidence in our model and I was I think people see the wisdom and so that's something to be proud of that we were very different than any other state head on and now everyone's replicating you know if if if we abide by the same home order and there's evidence that Michiganders are taken seriously and from the masses of the last press conference we can see a much flatter curve and maybe we won't have to use all those but we have to be prepared in the event that they're necessary and and so we'll we'll go where the facts the science and the need takes us so in some of the grass that we saw a lot of these wooden till end of June may July could you see going that far if we don't take the right precautions enough for Saturday there's no question the better social distancing you do and the longer it happens the better your your faith will be will continue to look at the data look at her hospital capacity is doing looking at our testing is going across the state and will it will be evaluated but you're right social distancing is important and we may need to look at expanding we can operation you know we've got to crises that we're confronting right now once a health crisis in with an economic crisis we don't get the health crisis under control the economic crisis will go on and on and on Singapore we have that was considered the gold standard for combat in covert nineteen but then they stopped and now they've got a second wave that would be the most devastating thing for our state if we think that on April thirtieth I'm good you know that we just flip a switch and life returns home once that's not going to be how it was we just all have to kind of come to terms with that and that's that's the harsh truth I've had to have a conversation with my own family about you know we're going to have to be very smart about how we re engage rent to have all sorts of protections in place in order to have a lot more testing and frankly I'm hopeful in the next three weeks of the stay home order that we get access to a lot more testing so we know precisely who's recovered who's at risk who's who is someone that we should isolate all of these things are really important but we also have to worry about our economy there's no question this is going to hit us hard at Yonge I've watched my colleague governor formal with whom I've been taxing on last couple of days say you know nine eleven was hired on New York it's nothing like what covert nineteen is going to mean for new York's function and if that's the same for every state in the nation we're all in this together we're all suffering because of it what we can do is be really smart about how we re engage so that when we do re engage we are on the real track to recovery and we don't have to go out come back to this posture again this fall that would be the worst case scenario and that's why we've got to be really smart on both fronts tackling the economic crisis and and tackling the healthcare crisis.

Castro Michigan Gretchen Whitmer
"whitmer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"whitmer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Governor Whitmer says she sent a request to president trump for a major disaster declaration over the corona virus pandemic if granted in full among other things this will help us provide meals to families who need them would help us provide rental assistance and temporary housing to families there are now sixty deaths in two thousand eight hundred and fifty six confirmed cases of covert nineteen in the state that's up from forty three deaths in two thousand two hundred ninety five cases on Wednesday Wimmer says that what is happened in Michigan in just the past fourteen days is something she's never seen before just over two weeks ago we had zero this crisis is ramping up exponentially Michigan is currently ranked fifth in the nation with confirmed cases of covert nineteen governors will have the final say about their states but following the president and vice president holding a teleconference with them on the pandemic the White House made public a letter to the state leaders in his letter the president looking to nudge the governors who have put in statewide economic lockdowns he writes in furtherance of this shared goal of my administration is working to publish new guidelines for state and local policy makers to use in making decisions about maintaining increasing or relaxing social distancing and other mitigation measures we will suggest guidelines categorizing counties as high risk medium risk or low risk the letter does not indicate when these new suggestions are going to be made but the president is sticking with his aspiration of having much of the nation turning economically by Easter Sunday Bob Costantini Washington how does the death rate from corona virus compared to the flu thousands die every year from complications of the flu many health experts say the covert nineteen death rate appears to be higher Choate Dr Joel Fishbein head of infectious disease at Beaumont hospital answer to a question from a WJR listeners give sixty million people in the United States get this infection and even if it only has a half percent or one percent mortality rate you do the numbers it's actually astonishing so it doesn't have to be very deadly it only has to do with the vast number of people infected and then even a little percent mortality it's pretty amazing and then add on to that to people who don't die but now need ventilator support or respiratory support even if it's two percent you do the numbers every aspect of life has been upended by the corona virus crisis including grieving for people.

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