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"william brandon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"william brandon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Placed on the reserve covert list. Two of them have just recently had this experience already. On the right back on. Of course it's a bye week, so it doesn't mean anybody's gonna miss any time. Necessarily, but not good. Trent Williams. Brandon. I yuk, tight end Daniel Helm all placed back on the reserve coded list. The first story first tack McKinley, his groin injury and his agent, Jeff Toner. Was quartered by NBC Sports by areas saying when he was failed with the of his physical in Cincinnati. Honestly, we were surprised you failed in Cincinnati. He had the medical examiner 40. Niners today and They felt like it was not going to be an issue on the reason he was fail in Cincinnati, apparently as they felt As though he has a groin issue, and by the time it heals, where he's playable, we're gonna run on a season, so there is no contract for beyond this year. His contract expires. So what the 40 Niners were looking to do is take a look. See Autumn But if they don't feel like he's going to be able to really give you a good look, see, or even be playable another groin. That involves, you know, explosion coming off the ball, Which is what makes Tech McKenley tech McKinley. I remember watching very first game of the year because they played, uh Seattle and I've seen a couple of Falcons games because Change the 40 Niners. A plate of played him Hey, was really good in that first game against against Seattle. So I think you want to keep in mind on, but he just He has a growing and he's not over it and we're late in the year's Thanksgiving this week. And, uh, You just did a distant feels, though. Hey, be able to play. We're running out of season. Um, assed far as the other thing. You know the new guys on the covert list. It's happening around the league. And it would like what happens now is I don't know if they're gonna be able to practice. They were hoping to get on the field today and tomorrow. Now we're looking at Monday. Which is not a bad thing during the bye awake, but you don't want the guys just, you know, not practicing for an entire week. You know that Usually you give him The old days. You'd give him a couple of days. Maybe Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and then by CBS rules, they get the whole weekend off and come back on Monday during the bye week. They were never gonna do less. This week. It was gonna be Tuesday Wednesday. They can't leave because they have to get a covert test every morning. But What this does is you just not on the field for a solid week. And let's hope that they're going to be allowed to be on the field. On Monday when they come back because already marked starting tomorrow. The NFL is already gone Toe League wide intensive protocols where you have to practice with a mascot. Which is it? We make it to the point where they make them play. With mass sat, or at least the special shield on the helmets, right, Make them use that I don't know where we're at. But the numbers in this country or Almost 2000. Americans died yesterday. We're back to where we were in may get worse. The point where 200,000 may was, there was a day May the sixth where Almost 2500 people die track, track it every day and We're almost getting the point where 200,000 people are getting infected, so you can't you know it's not the scarlet letter. You know, Unless you're hiding your house. It's hard not to get infected, so it is what it is. But What happens to the football team? As far as practicing? They damn practiced all week, and I don't know if they're gonna be able to do it on Monday. They're hoping they have one schedule, but we'll see if they can. Yeah. Yeah. So the hits keep on coming for for the 40 Niners, but Let's get some caboose pistol action in here. What would you guess? Right now if I said what is the hottest and I loosely used the word toy here but the but the hottest Thing that's flying off the shelves for the holiday toilet paper. It's no, I get a package. Toilet paper. I'm going with the cheapie exception the toilet paper empty. I don't know The war is a capital using their TP in in every restaurant and chase. Yeah. What's what's the number one is for Christmas. You're saying a Christmas a pair? Yeah, I like to a degree, but apparently this isn't just because of Christmas, but, uh, it turns out chess sets. Oh, just sets are flying off of the show on Netflix. The Netflix show because of the Queen's gambit, exactly Right. Very good. By the way. Nice job. We were Murph in back where we're talking about this morning. So, my son Has gotten obsessed which chess so we played. He wants to play all the time. Way imply that played since I was a kid. I mean, twice right away. He's been studying chess maneuvers on Online like he's going with the Sicilian move. I'm like, What's that? He's got there? Oh, yeah, okay. I don't know. I'm gonna wind up, you know, floating in the bay after if I lose. So anyway, uh, then summer football was telling Murphy back about all that. I like that a football. I love chess. I do. I Came back to me right away all the moves and you just tell your play. I played a lot during the You're too young to remember Bobby Fischer. Boris Spassky is 72. But they really did captivate not just this country but Cold War. It was It was kind of like the summit series of hockey when team Canada beat you know, won the international tournament against to Russia. The old Soviet Union back then, so anyway, I They brought up Queen's gambit to me, and I am aware of it..

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49ers-Packers: Kendrick Bourne’s COVID-19 test may have been a false positive; he and others remain out

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:13 min | 4 months ago

49ers-Packers: Kendrick Bourne’s COVID-19 test may have been a false positive; he and others remain out

"On the 40 enters Packers Thursday night Football showdown is that it is they go, and it's also looking like but not you confirm that the positive test that landed wide receiver Kendrick, born on the reserve covert 19 list was a false positive. High risk contact with born also landed. Trent Williams, Brandon, I Yuk and Deebo Samuel on the Reserve Covert 19 list. None of them have tested positive, nor of Kendrick borns roommates. It's also reported again. That born tested negative today. So that's good, even if it means the already short handed 40. Niners will be that much short. Mohr shorthanded in tonight's game. I think we all rather see a loss or an over abundance of caution that anyone getting sick so 40 Niners and Packers tonight at 5 20 from Levi's Stadium. Mother is an interesting note on this Adam Schefter of ESPN tweeting out that there have been 100, for instance, is the season of a positive one day and negative the next And it has been proven positive 101 times out of those 104 times, with further further testing, so we don't really know what's actually going on. We're just trying to best speculate, looking at other testing that's gone on with people that have been around bored, But again, I II side on the over abundance of caution. Overall. Now,

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"william brandon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"william brandon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Biologist say you put your head down on your grind. The teams are doing that the league's They're doing that The players are doing that. I don't know how else to explain it. I mean, this is kind of the way we're living right now. And that's the way it is. That's it did this the way you have to? You have to adjust. You have to adapt and overcome your right. That's it, and you can do everything you're supposed to do Car. Everything you're supposed to do. You could state 6 ft. Away. You'd wear your mask, You still get it. Of course. Yeah. I mean, that's the point. You could still get this thing You could do everything right? It doesn't make a difference. I think these players a cz faras, we could tell the players are all taking it serious. I shouldn't say all but I mean, I think they understand And they're trying to mitigate the risk. I guess best they can, and it's still spreading it does. It's You wish you could just say do this. This and this and you won't get it doesn't work that way. You can't like I dream of Jeannie and do the little blank and then And so the Bears were dealing with it again. They've dealt with it, they doubt within two or three weeks ago. And they're dealing with again. And my guess is they'll deal with it. Two weeks from now in this and every team is dealing with it. The Niners just put four guys on the Colbert list that can't play tonight. It was Debo. Samuel Trent Williams. Brandon. I awoke and there might have been another You know, because of what's happening. Still gonna go on play dates You mentioned Kendrick born. Maybe that's what were the one who tested positive. You close contact. That's why he but he's not playing tonight, right? Trent Williams isn't playing tonight. They don't mean it is. Crazy because you don't know who your opponents goingto have available. That's just the way you know the way it is right. It's wild man. We could take calls 3123323776 on. A fluid situation. Open house just the fluid situation that is this year and you know again, we've been getting the pulse of bears fans here for weeks, even at five and one you had. I guess the very optimistic fans saying doesn't matter. They're five and one. There's legit. Is anybody else in You've had a big contingent of us Go five and one. But man that doesn't look like a five on one team. That could be a real competitors because of the offense being so bad 3123323776 and in 30 minutes and annual show tradition, your go like none other. You don't want to miss it. Carmen America will be right back. You're listeningto Carmen in your co on ESPN 1000..

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"william brandon" Discussed on Arca-45672

Arca-45672

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"william brandon" Discussed on Arca-45672

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"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Earlier this week. The United Nations warned that roughly one million of the world's species are on the verge of extinction. More than any other time in human history as William Brandon reports one of those threatened species is one of the most iconic animals on earth. The tiger. That's right, Judy. It's estimated there are fewer than four thousand Tigers remaining in the wild today down from roughly one hundred thousand in the early nineteen hundreds more Tigers now live in captivity than in the wild and many of those can be found in so called tiger farms where they are bred raised and then slaughter sold for their skin and body parts on the black market in a new investigative report for the Washington Post, Terrence McCoy traveled to Laos in southeast Asia. And got an inside look at some of these farms in the grizzly trade that keeps them afloat in Terence twenty now welcome thanks for having. It's really an incredibly brutal and powerful piece of reporting that you've done about this market and the forces that are driving it. But to start off by telling us, what is driving this market. What do people want tiger parts for big question that we had when we first started off with this was what on earth do people want Tigers four one of the most? Konica species, and what we found was some of the qualities that make the tiger. So iconic have also been undoing that because it's so strong because it's still ferocious as become something of medicine for a lot of folks in China for traditional Chinese medicine that they think that all the elements that make the tiger what it is can also be used to treat human ailments, and the other factor of this is because it's become something of a status symbol that that if you are wealthy enough you can actually wear tiger on you. It's a luxury item. So this is created circumstance where people wanted for both medicine and also just show off their wealth in just for the record. It's there is no medicinal benefit to eating or anything from Minnesota benefit to this whatsoever. The there have been rumors that hadn't been disloyal elements going back fourteen hundred years, but clearly there's no medicinal benefit to that whatsoever. Your report is is largely is also a profile of this man, Karl Ammann who you basically travel with all. Through southeast Asia. He's sort of striking quixotic activist figure, can you tell little bit more about him as much as this story was a profile of the tiger trade, and what's happening with tiger also profile of obsession and somebody becomes so consumed by their mission that that's all that they do and Carl Mein has become something of Don Cody figure in the conservation movement just someone shouting into the wind today. There are lots of discussion about the mounting extinction. Rates been talking about this for decades. And for decades, not many people have been listening to them. And now finally he's doing more investigations that this is something that's happening in this world this, and then we have to take note of you visit several of these tiger farms in the course of your reporting, some of them are sort of small and look very ramshackle others are almost industrial scale in their size. I mean, you must have been shocked to see this kind of this sort of farming of an animal like a tiger. The most amazing thing was that you'd be driving down these roads in lower. Worl- and also you come upon some gates and beyond those gates with something of an industrial enterprise that they could farm hundreds of Tigers in these places, and then we'd have we'd have a drone going over it an inside that footage. He'd see tiger smallest ants down there probably around, and he can see just that moment that this isn't like a kitty operation. This is industrial that that we are creating out of this. Tiger becomes a product along this Sembler line? The thing that also really comes through in your reporting is the difficulty of trying to stamp out this trade because all the nations that you visit and all the big South East, Asian and Asian nation. Say we want to put a stop to this trade. But if it persists as your reporting shows, why is it so hard to stamp out? I mean, there's a difference between passing a law and actually enforcing it. And what's happening in a lot of countries where wildlife trafficking is especially rampant is there. Same places that also have endemic poverty have endemic struggles. In a lot of these countries. Have neither legal framework, nor sometimes even the political will to be able to take on very powerful entrenched wildlife interests in the country that that wanna traffic these animals, and also you have people who are struggling to survive. And sometimes it's easy for you. And I say they shouldn't be doing this. But ultimately for them is a decision between poaching an animal or traffic and Amel or not being able to possibly to feed their family. And sometimes fortunately, what we have our people making those decisions to to work in this enterprise. Kharlamov who you follow is actually been tracking this one particular tiger former for years, and there's been credible scene where he actually meets him finally after years of sort of hunting this, man. Can you explain to describe that scene? It kinda typifies that same idea where he has been he's been tracking this person for for five years, and he grows into this large figure Carl's mind where he's talked in intimate detail about how he goes about butchering these Tigers and finally Carl meets him, and what he finds is not some sort of gangster some sort of taciturn medicine person. But decked jeweler what he finds somebody who's in dusty dirty pants and flip flops. It's just smoking a cigarette and drinking a beer, and what he finds is not somebody who's impoverished middle Carl realizing that moment is this just one more bit player in a world. That's unable to save. It self really tremendous piece of reporting terms McCoy, the Washington Post. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me. Twenty nine teen March the three hundred fiftieth anniversary of the death of the Dutch master painter Rembrandt..

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"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On jobs and wages House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler on plans to subpoena. The Muller report the healing power of photography twenty five years after the Rwandan genocide and much more. After a worrisome jobs report in February the US labor market rebounded last month. The unemployment rate is near a fifty year low and the US economy has created jobs now for more than eight years running or one hundred months, plus straight. But President Trump is making it clear that he believes the Federal Reserve Board is holding the economy back from even stronger growth. William Brandon gets a look at the wider picture job growth is averaging around one hundred eighty thousand jobs a month for the first quarter of this year. That's a solid number by most measures. But it's also about twenty percent lower than a year ago. The president touted the economy's overall performance this morning. But even as he does that he's also stepping up his public campaign against the fed. And its chairman Jay Powell, it should be said that President Trump selected Paolo for the job. Let's dive into all of this with David Wessel. He joins us again from the Brookings Institution. Where he. Heads the Hutchins center on fiscal and monetary policy. David, let's talk a little bit about the jobs numbers. I they seem like pretty good jobs numbers. What is your take on this report? Right. It was a big relief. Because the February job numbers were frighteningly poor. This suggests though that the economy well doing well is slowing manufacturing jobs, fewer them temporary. Help jobs fewer them that's been true for two of the last three months. So there are signs that the economy is leveling off. But we still have three point eight percent unemployment, and we still have surprised little wage growth considering how tight the labor market is. And as I mentioned before the fed is very much on the president's mind yesterday. He said he planned to nominate Herman Cain for the Federal Reserve Board. You may remember Cain as the former CEO of Godfather's pizza who ran for president in twenty twelve advocating for a flat tax his bid ended after allegations of sexual harassment came out about him the. The president says he also plans to nominate Stephen Moore who is a well-known conservative commentator and writer who's been a very vocal critic of the fed President Trump this morning took another shot at the fed both for its stance on interest rates in the way has been shrinking the huge portfolio of bonds that have bought during the financial crisis. That's a policy known as quantitative easing. The.

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"william brandon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Have arrived on the scene of a water main break on Bigelow boulevard at the intersection of heroin avenue and polish hill crews there had to close a lane of the road. And there is no water service for several streets nearby environmentalists. And some residents are calling on US deal too. Hot idle, it's Claritin coke-works until emissions equipment at the plant is fully functional. Katie k radio's Joe DO reports the scrubbing equipment was knocked out in the Christmas Eve fire US steel says it won't be seventy percent operational until may fifteenth. Matt Mahela the brief project says he wants to plant idled until repairs are complete Claritin council. Womanly last questions why it took two weeks to learn of the damage to notification from Facebook, actually, nobody seemed to know anything about anything happening at US steel. The county health department says US steel will pay for additional air monitors Joe to steal NewsRadio ten twenty Katie Kay. I'm failed man was charged with driving under the influence twice in less than an hour. State. Police say they pulled over a thirty one year old William Brandon Bartley Sunday morning along north green gate road near homefield. He was released to a family member and told not to drive, but then troopers say they pulled him over again about an hour later and Bartoli's blood alcohol. Content was still more than twice the legal limit having expressed misgivings about President Trump giving his state of the union address during the partial shutdown house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi today said the speech won't be given in her chamber before the shutdown ends CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy has more the official word came in a letter. Nancy Pelosi says she will not call a joint session of congress to hear from President Trump while the shutdown drags on Pelosi spoke to the US conference of mayors this shutdown must end and it must end now. President Trump accused Pelosi of not wanting to hear the truth is afraid of the truth, and the super left Democrats, the radical Democrats what's going on in that party is shocking. Mr. Trump says he'll announce his plans for next Tuesday in due course. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Authorities say five people have been killed in a shooting at a Florida Bank. More from CBS news correspondent Peter King. I'm Peter King. This all started a little after twelve thirty eastern time the man entered the Bank and there were reports of shots being fired. The highlands county sheriff's swat team responded negotiated with the alleged gunman from outside the Bank went into the Bank. Talk with him more got him to surrender. But by that time five people had been killed. In case sports college basketball tonight, Duquesne hosts, Saint Louis, it's eight oh, three AAA traffic and AccuWeather together next. I'm Starlight lounge.

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"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And now that was slightly lower profile game chess this evening in London. The tenth match of the world chess championship ended in a draw. So the series remains deadlocked. Now five to five the challenger is a young American player. But as William Brandon reports, not many in this country seem to be paying attention. I've got a question for you. How many of you know, the name of the young American on who's potentially about to become the greatest chess player in the world. And he won his name is Fabiano Caruana known in the chess world as he's twenty six years old originally from Miami Florida, and he's in London right now dueling against the reigning champion Twenty-seven-year-old Magnus Carlsen from Norway. The winner of these best of twelve matches will be crowned the world chess champion, and while tens of millions of fans globally are watching the matches. It's getting much less attention here in the US. My next guest argues that's in part because the US has never quite gotten past its last homegrown chess infatuation that of course, was Bobby Fisher, the young eccentric prodigy from Brooklyn who rocketed to the top of the chess world, and in nineteen seventy-two played a dramatic match against the Soviet Union's Boris Spassky in Iceland, even with Vietnam. And Watergate vying for. Attention. The Fischer Spassky match was a regular on the nightly news here in the US, and it sparked a subsequent chess boom in America. Stephan fats. This is a writer and journalist at sleep. He's the author of books about the worlds of competitive scrabble and pro football, if he co host the podcast, hang up and listen, welcome. Hey, William tell us a little bit Fabio Carolina. Who is this guy? He is a twenty six year old American born in Miami raised in Brooklyn who is the number two ranked trespasser in the world and an American rising to that level is a rare thing it has not happened very frequently since Fisher. So I mentioned he's an American Uber for an American as well. But he's also really should be calling him Italian American because he lived in Italy for many years played by years, and this has been a subject of some great thing in the chess world a little bit. So when Caruana was a child he was a clear prodigy. And when he was twelve years old, his family moved to Spain where he could get better training and some. Mm financial support Italy supported him through his went through his teenage years and early twenties and in the United States at that point. There was a real drive by a multimillionaire name Rex sync field in Saint Louis to sort of create an American champion homegrown, chess culture and Sinfield basically word car wanna and another top learn and Wesley. So who was born in the Philippines, by giving them stipends chess players in order to be full time competitors need, someone to sponsor them. They need a salary. Do you think that that's part of the reason why maybe he hasn't really caught on and become a household name here? Well, I think the main reason that he hasn't caught on them. Become a household name. Is that chess just isn't big we're on a different culture Fisher when he won the world championship. This was really crazy time. This is the height of the Cold War the Soviet Union dominated chess for decades. I'm Fisher was iconoclastic. She was unusual. He was mentally ill. He became reclusive. And eventually was. Exiled from the United States. But at the time, the culture coalesced around this idea of an American playing and ultimately defeating a Russian for this championship. Classic young American defeating the Soviet Union. Really essence. Yeah. It was a proxy war. You wrote in slate recently and on your podcast that this this searching for the next Bobby Fischer. Is this hackneyed media atropine? You gotta just get rid of it. I do think that I mean, if you go back, and I went back through a bunch of databases and look at how many times in the Press Trust player was referred to as the next Bobby Fisher. And it is the dozens and dozens and dozens basically every American kid that gets pretty good at chess. And even a lot of kids that just happened to be like the best chess player in their hometown. Morgan exactly referred to as the next Bobby Fisher. And to me, there was a point where the culture should have flipped here. And the attitude toward Bobby Fisher should have flipped. But even after Fisher was exiled. He praised the nine eleven he ended up dying at age sixty four in Iceland, which was basically the only country that would take him. He had violated US sanctions by playing a match one thousand nine hundred two in then Yugoslavia and yet this has persisted. We're like constantly, and this is partly because of the book and the movie searching for Bobby Fischer. It's the name that people still no. America. I think as you wrote. It's the it's the Bobby Fisher is the one name that people who don't know chess actually do know. Right. And that's not to say that there isn't a vibrant, chest culture. But would also has changed in chess is that it's become more democratized computers have made it possible. For more people to get really good at chess through studying programs and reviewing old games. Artificial intelligence has sort of leveled the idea of genius computers are much better than players at this point even the very best players in the world. So for our culture has changed the idea that millions of people are gonna turn on PBS, which is what the Spanish match was was broadcast on to watch two guys. And they're usually guys play a match of chess is just not going to happen. These days especially a game for even someone like myself who actually does play chess. I find it impenetrable to watch those guys because they're playing at such a high level that I don't even understand what they're doing. And yet, I absolutely know the game. And I've been watching live coverage of the Carl. Caruana match and listening to the I'm not a good chess player, but listening to the grandmasters analyze it on the one hand, it's fascinating. Because I think exploring any game that you don't really understand deeply and listening to experts deconstructed is fascinating on the other hand listening to the sort of litany of possible moves for each player as it's happening is sort of dizzying. Stephan fat says thank you so much. Thank you William. Next economics. Correspondent Paul.

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"william brandon" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Big news coming out of the NFL ESPN, Adam Schefter is reporting. That Steelers running back lady on bell is unlikely to report for the Tuesday deadline, which means that could be the end of season, and maybe even his career in Pittsburgh now to college football. The race is over in the big ten west northwestern is now set for the big ten championship game in Indianapolis after a fourteen to ten win over Iowa, Wisconsin losing to Penn State and Purdue getting demolished and Minnesota. The Wildcats are now two games ahead of both in hold the tiebreaker on both I will fell to six and three and three and four in big ten play Notre Dame making a statement against FSU Irish lead twenty five to six after a fifty six yard touchdown run from Dexter Williams. Brandon wimbush having an impressive game so far under center. He has two touchdowns on the night right now. Number two, Clemson trailing. On the road to Boston College seven to three it's halftime in Athens. UGA leads Auburn twenty to ten and earlier today in big ten action, Ohio State tops, Michigan state twenty six to six and number four Michigan dominates. Rutgers forty two two seven in Philly. Corey Crawford made sixteen saves as the Blackhawks fault of the flyers four zip. This is the fifteenth straight loss in the regular season for the hawks in Philadelphia. Going back to November ninth nineteen Ninety-six hawks will wrap up their two game road trip on Monday night against the hurricanes. Now, do you see the bulls hosting a struggling Cavs team in the bulls lead forty three to thirty four in the second quarter? Zach LeVine leads the team with eleven points Khalil Mack and Allen Robinson will return to action tomorrow as the bears host the lions at Soldier Field and MAC made a known how tough it was to watch from the sideline these past few weeks roots of tough for me. Monetize.

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"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have gotten from Donald Trump and the Republicans is chaos corruption and hateful nece. There is similar divide over House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi with dozens of swing district Democrats like Arkansas's Clark Tucker distancing themselves from her. I won't vote for Nancy Pelosi herself has shrugged that off and that's a message to the Democrats want to win and are happy to run on healthcare. And after that each candidate can craft their own closing message and Lisa are both here with me now. Hello to both of you. You've been out on the trail reporting on all this. You me as you said in your report, the TV networks. Facebook of said, they are not going to air this ad that the Trump campaign put out showing a migrant the argument is that it's racially insensitive. What do we know about this ad about the Trump campaign decision to run it? Well, this ad put out by the president's campaign is viewed widely as patently racist. This is an ad featuring a man who killed two sheriff's deputies is an undocumented immigrant was now serving who's now on death row in California. And the president is asking voters to look at this man, this singular incident and say look at all these other immigrants. These all these people are like this man, who's a murderous dangerous person. And people are saying that that stereotypical and really that. It's that it's something that's unacceptable. And that's pretty remarkable for the president of the United States to be told that your ad cannot be run on major networks. Add to that the fact that there are people who are looking at President Trump, and you're saying that he is his rhetoric has really been unhelpful in forging racial divisions. Here this morning. The president was on a call with two hundred thousand supporters, and he's sounding a bit fearful of what could be coming tomorrow. He was saying that he does not really he doesn't really want to talk about the house in the Senate. He feels good about. But he said, I don't want this to be a referendum on my presidency while at the same time contradicting himself saying that if Republicans do pull this off any do keep control of the house and the Senate, I should Republicans. Feel good about my presidency. So this is a president who is being one on a lot of people see as racially divisive. But also someone who's a little bit nervous for what's going to come tomorrow. So Lisa you've got a number of Democrats out there in swing districts. How are they looking at this ad if this message of divisiveness and some say racism the truth is this immigration taxes? The president's puts both parties in a tricky position because he started it so late that they're not able to get pole as to how it's affecting their voters. There are some Republicans who hope that it does get out their base. It's obviously something that help the president get elected. But Judy I talked to one Republican campaign in a swing congressional district. They are very concerned that this is going to hit those swing districts, especially those ones that have newer representatives and have increasing minority populations about the state like California where there right now are six to seven seats in play. Democrats also have that hope and they're thinking about Senate seats like era. Zona Nevada, Texas where we've seen record early voting turnout. They think this could bring out even more say Hispanic population that they believe will vote their way, but the truth is they don't know yet. And when you look at both the house and the Senate that's also the case that it's not clear yet that for sure the Democrats will take over the house both parties think that's likely, but the Senate right now, it's still very unclear. There are many different scenarios for how that could go. And it depends on each race. So the ad for now isn't being aired. But the message is still out there. Yeah. Lisa Desjardins, Michel cinder. Thank you. As millions of Americans go to the polls tomorrow election officials in every state will be watching the process intensely in the face of numerous threats and prior attempts to meddle with American elections. Federal and state officials are trying to step up their defenses, the news hours, William Brandon in Nick, Schifrin, take a closer look. So what are the kinds of threats that officials are guarding against where are they coming from foreign affairs? Correspondent Nick Schifrin has been following all of this closely. Nick, there's been a lot of concerns raised in just the last couple of days about this coming election. We saw the president tweeting today about how there's going to be a very severe crackdown on illegal voting. Although we know there's no evidence that the that ever really occurs. We saw in Georgia the secretary of state Brian Kemp who is overseeing the election that he is running in accused Democrats of hacking into the voting rolls there again with no evidence you've been covering legitimate threats that we do know about with regards to foreign actors what what are those threats the threats are twofold in terms of hacking, psychological, hacking, and real hacking. Those are the things that we've been covering for the last two years, and we're focused on for twenty eight and psychological is changing people's opinions. Like we've seen in two thousand sixteen trying to convince people to vote for or against a candidate and also to sow discord there. Create some kind of doubt about the election results. And the means that we're seeing this year are just like twenty sixteen fake Facebook accounts. Manipulative Twitter bots fake Google ads. And this is less from Russia this year and more from Iran about ten days ago. Facebook took down eighty two pages from Iran after they took six hundred down in August. We've got a few examples of what that looks like fake liberal groups depicting, President Trump in a negative light. Another group tries to foment division by contrast cavenaugh Hussein his life has been destroyed. Young black men who were killed by police and another group explicitly references the election using Michelle Obama, and there's a new technique that we've seen in two thousand eighteen fake text messages to examples of this Andrew gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee who has you know, he's running for governor in Florida maybe under a criminal investigation out. The reality is there isn't FBI investigation into corruption Tallahassee city government, get Gillam said FBI agents told him he's not the investigations target and text number two this. Is President Trump? Your early vote has not been recorded on Indiana's roster. Now that is obviously fake. So that is the psychological aspect and the real hacking. We are absolutely not seen the levels that we saw in two thousand sixteen of hacking into people's accounts to create discord, disseminate information and emails, for example. But we are seeing concerns of what we saw a little bit in two thousand sixteen which is hacking before the vote. So this is hacking websites that have registration information or polling, location information and security experts. We speak to say this really could be effective one because the websites aren't that guarded? Don't have much security and two in a midterm election. That is diffuse if you create some kind of lack of confidence in people's vote or any kind of suppression of the vote academic impact. So given this very misinformation campaign that's going on there. What is the federal government agencies doing to protect the agency say they're much? More aware and they're sharing information. So they're going to share information with the states, and there's a new fusion center, as you know, that is going to do that. But there's real timing issues. Here the FBI's influence task force starts after the election. For example. There are some cyber offensives going on to try and deter some of these actors and three hundred and eighty million dollars from congress. But the end of the day William these efforts are coming very late in the day on one expert puts it this way. Frankly at the end of the day for two thousand eighteen we've done very very little to improve our defenses. And as we know elections are really run by the states fifty different little Steve's running their own systems. What are they doing to protect against all this? They're doing various things and some of them are resisting federal health and some of them are accepting federal help at the fact is they need a lot of federal help. And let's listen just to Steve Simon Minnesota secretary of state speaking in June. Imagine a car thief, casing a parking lot. And maybe he goes there a day or two in a road. He takes up innocuous observes traffic patterns, and he tries to figure out is there a way in. There are a lot of people casing a lot of parking lots, and it's up to D H S to tell us who they are what they're there for and so far they've done that belatedly with respect to the two thousand sixteen election. We didn't know until ten months afterwards. What they're doing. I think a better job every day of that the other problem, of course, is hardware inside of these states old only machines are Hackel. Sometimes they're not as reliable as they need to be. And some of them have a lack of paper trail. This is key. Because if there is any hack or claim of a hack there needs to be a paper trail in order to make sure that their votes actually counted. There are five states that have no paper trail at all and nine states use a combination of paper and electric voting some of which again, William does not leave a paper trail. But I know your reporting is also finding that there are good collaborations between states and companies. There is unprecedented. Collaboration between companies and also between companies and the government and not only the Facebooks that Google's the Twitter of the world. But smaller companies that are really trying to help out. And these are the key aspects of whether two thousand eighteen will be better than twenty-six sixteen. There's a company for example, called lookout, and we spent some time on Capitol Hill with CEO Mike Murray. He taught staffers how easy it is to hack into cellphones. And he wanted to make this point that hacking attempts were getting better by the day. The twenty sixteen hacks were relatively unsophisticated that was practice compared to where it's gonna go from here. And so the I hate to be the doom and gloom guy because it's usually not in my nature, but you have to realize that the attackers know how to take advantage of this technology better than the average person knows how to protect themselves. William another company syntax, and we spent some time with CEO, Jay Kaplan. He's a former national security agency ethical hacker. And he implored the government to do more. I think if you just look at our preparedness today, a while we.

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"Look at all these other immigrants. These all these people are like this man, who's a murderous dangerous person. And people are saying that that stereotypical and really that. It's that it's something that's unacceptable. And that's pretty remarkable for the president of the United States to be told that your ad cannot be run on major networks. Add to that the fact that there are people who are looking at President Trump, and you're saying that he is his rhetoric has really been unhelpful in forging racial divisions. Here this morning. The president was on a call with two hundred thousand supporters, and he's sounding a bit fearful of what could be coming tomorrow. He was saying that he does not really he doesn't really want to talk about the house in the Senate. He feels good about. But he said, I don't want this to be a referendum on my presidency while at the same time contradicting himself saying that if Republicans do pull this off any do keep control of the house and the Senate, I should Republicans. Feel good about my presidency. So this is a president who is being one on a lot of people see as racially divisive. But also someone who's a little bit nervous for what's going to come tomorrow. So Lisa you've got a number of Democrats out there in swing districts. How are they looking at this ad if this message of divisiveness and some say racism the truth is this immigration taxes? The president's puts both parties in a tricky position because he started it so late that they're not able to get pole as to how it's affecting their voters. There are some Republicans who hope that it does get out their base. It's obviously something that help the president get elected. But Judy I talked to one Republican campaign in a swing congressional district. They are very concerned that this is going to hit those swing districts, especially those ones that have newer representatives and have increasing minority populations about the state like California where there right now are six to seven seats in play. Democrats also have that hope and they're thinking about Senate seats like era. Zona Nevada, Texas where we've seen record early voting turnout. They think this could bring out even more say Hispanic population that they believe will vote their way, but the truth is they don't know yet. And when you look at both the house and the Senate that's also the case that it's not clear yet that for sure the Democrats will take over the house both parties think that's likely, but the Senate right now, it's still very unclear. There are many different scenarios for how that could go. And it depends on each race. So the ad for now isn't being aired. But the message is still out there. Yeah. Lisa Desjardins, Michel cinder. Thank you. As millions of Americans go to the polls tomorrow election officials in every state will be watching the process intensely in the face of numerous threats and prior attempts to meddle with American elections. Federal and state officials are trying to step up their defenses, the news hours, William Brandon in Nick, Schifrin, take a closer look. So what are the kinds of threats that officials are guarding against where are they coming from foreign affairs? Correspondent Nick Schifrin has been following all of this closely. Nick, there's been a lot of concerns raised in just the last couple of days about this coming election. We saw the president

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08:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Stay with us coming up on the news hour. Democrats looked to flip what had been a reliably red congressional district in California, plus Amy, Walter and tamra keys on where things stand two weeks from election day. But I the culture wars over gender sexuality and identity may be heating up. Again, a story in the New York Times says the Trump administration is preparing to reverse Obama era policies on protecting transgender individuals as William Brandon explains the latest battle is over the very recognition of more than one million transgender Americans and their right to specific services. Just to be clear. It was the Obama administration that expanded and loosened federal laws about gender during Obama's second term that administration in response to changes in the legal landscape, and to the lived experiences of thousands of trans people begin to recognize that a person's gender could be how they self identified. Not just how they were born that change. Of course, let the big fights over school bathrooms and dormitories, but President Trump's team has argued those changes went too far in this now allegedly proposing a near total reversal the New York Times obtained a draft memo that says the department of health and human services is planning to issue a legal definition of gender that is based on a biological basis that is clear grounded in science objective. According to the mental that definition would be determined at birth, male or female and not changeable. The department today said they wouldn't confirm any proposed change and wouldn't verify the accuracy of the leaked memo. But the president today acknowledged that the administration was looking very seriously at this change, and many translates groups are worried and protesters took to the streets today and went to the White House. Joining me now is Sharon McGowan. She's the legal director for Lambda legal one of the nation's oldest groups promoting the rights of the LGBTQ community. Welcome to the news hour. Thank you for having me. What is your reaction to this proposed change, very binary change in the definition of gender boy, girl? No changes. What's your reaction? Well, unfortunately, I'm not surprised because we know that from day one. This administration has really taken it upon itself to try and unwind the progress that we have made for the community. But in some sense, this really is a piece of a larger trend within within this administration to disregard law, and to disregard fact, the idea that this is a proposal that is grounded in science is truly laughable because when you. You think about it? We've had decades now of court cases and medical evidence demonstrating that transgender people are real identities are real and that your gender and your sex is far more than just what you were classified on your birth certificate or the chromosomal makeup of your body. I mean, this is something that people genuinely on both sides are confused about. I mean, there is the lived experiences you say of tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of transgendered people. But there's also many people who don't quite understand it. And I think there's even people within the community who who acknowledged that. The science is still evolving in our understanding of what it means to be transgendered. I think that the science has become more accessible to people because in many ways for decades, we have had the scientists who study this area closely recognize that there are many different aspects of your sex, and for most of us all of those are in alignment, so I don't necessarily think about my gender identity as distinct from perhaps the body that I. Live in. But I also know that many of us wake up every morning knowing in our hearts, who we are knowing that we are male or female, and so when I describe it in that way to people it's not really confusing. I how do you know that your man manner? How do I know that I'm a woman it's not necessarily from a piece of paper. I look at every morning to remind myself who I am. There is a deeply seated held belief, and the scientists helped us to understand that better in a way that I think has helped us sort of evolved the conversation. So that it is no longer as difficult for people to wrap their head around it as it might have been previously the department of health and human services, we asked them for comment on this. And they wouldn't talk today about this. If this memo is real, and if it is enacted as policy, what is your sense of what the practical implications would be what will it actually mean for transgendered people in America. Well, the good news is that any kind of interpretation of the law like this from health and human services doesn't change the fact that the law. Law itself protects transgender people from sex-discrimination, they may have a view that it does not. But at the end of the day that is a question that is going to continue be litigated in the courts, and for many many years now, the overwhelming majority of courts have held that sex discrimination laws protect people from being discriminated against because they're transgender, but I don't want to downplay the really significant harm that is being done. Even by talking about a proposal like this. I spent today with many transgender people, and parents have transgender children who are truly afraid of what this means for their families the notion that a school may now feel emboldened to discriminate against their child or healthcare provider, maybe emboldened to turn them away. Previously. They would have been that knowledge in that comfort that an agency like health and human services would have been a place that they could turn to have those rights vindicated. And now if this kind of proposal would it be put into place in essence the doors would be closed in their face. Now. Fortunately, there are organizations like Lambda legal who will continue to defend the rights of the LGBT community. But it's extremely important to recognize the deep. Deep harm that is being done by trying to basically create an outcast group of citizens in this country this memo is credited to a man named Roger Severino. He's at the civil rights department at HHS in prior to joining the Trump administration. He was at a think tank, and he was very critical of the Obama administration's moves, and he said that they were intended to quote imposes a new definition of what it means to be a man or a woman on the entire nation. Nicole them lawless. What do you make of that criticism? Well, I think that it is noteworthy that we are seeing this kind of policy change from someone like Roger Severino. He clearly was celek. Elected for this position in part because there is a desire to promote his worldview, but the suggestion that this is a response to lawlessness. I would just point to the fact that when attorney general holder back in two thousand fourteen announced that the Justice department would be interpreting federal law is protecting transgender people. It was a multi page case Laden document, and when Jeff Sessions last year rescinded that memo there were barely any legal citations at all this one case in Texas, where the federal district court judge said the Obama administration citing Congress's title nine categorization, these seem to push back and said that there was some justification that the Obama administration had overreached in some way. Yes. So this judge judge O'Connor in Texas has become sort of the the go-to court for individuals who are looking to strike down aspects of the Obama administration's accomplishments protecting transgender people, but his decision is truly an. Outlier in the face of decades of case law in which Republican and democratic appointed judges alike are recognizing that discrimination against a transgender individual is just as much a form of sex discrimination, as it is religious discrimination to penalize someone for having converted from one religion to another. There are many cases out there that actually sort of go through not only sort of that logical argument, but also the scientific basis for understanding that your gender identity is as much a part of who you are as other aspects of your sex that have clearly been held as protected against sex discrimination. Whether it's non-conforming appearance, whether it's other ways in which you don't necessarily conform with your employers idea about how men or women are supposed to act in the workplace. So this truly is the lawless action that we're seeing right now a disregard of case law that this administration doesn't like to be able to achieve an outcome. That is the world that they want to live in. Sharon, McGowan Lambda legal. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me..

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05:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Plea. What could Paul Manafort bring to the molar investigation the role that climate change plays in today's hurricanes? Russia flexes its military strength with the largest exercises since the Cold War and much more. And now to today's guilty plea by Paul Manafort, it marks fourth former Trump presidential campaign aide to admit to federal crimes as part of a special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation as part of the deal. The former Trump campaign chairman agreed to cooperate with the Muller probe. William Brandon was again in the courtroom today. And he joins me now. So bring us up to speed why what happened? This was really a stunning development of the reporting all along it indicated the plumbing Ford would show up today and plead guilty to the crimes that he was facing here, and these were substantial crimes it was money laundering failure to register as a foreign agent. Tax and Bank fraud things like that. But then when the revelation came and judge Amy Jackson today went through all of these charges with Manafort, she said, did you commit all of these crimes? He said, I do I do I do. And at the very end. She said you now agree to cooperate with the office of special counsel, Paul Manafort, very quietly said I do. And so what do we know? What does this mean for the Muller investigation? Well, Paul Manafort now has to cooperate fully and completely with Muller's team. You have to answer whatever questions they want turn over documents. There's nothing that seems to be off limits in their questioning what Paul Manafort can tell Robert Muller is still the sixty four thousand dollar question. We just don't know. I mean, if you think about what Muller's mandate is what in Russia due in vis-a-vis, our elections, and what role do the Trump campaign if any play in that Paul Manafort was a central character in the Trump campaign? He was at this infamous Trump Tower meeting, but again, we just don't know what he has. Has to offer that said this certainly has to make the president quite nervous. I mean, the president along has been very complimentary to Paul manafort's saying how glad he was that. He didn't break under pressure comparing him to Michael Cohen. So now that the reverse has happened today. It's got to be unsettling for the White House. Right. The president went out of his way to complement. And so William do we know what led to this? I mean, all along Paul Manafort, his lawyers were saying he would never cooperate would never agree to plead guilty. I asked Paul manafort's longtime personal lawyer that question today, and he said his sense was that Paul manafort's simply recognize that he was really in a tough spot as you. Remember? He was convicted on eight counts in Virginia earlier this summer. He was facing many years in prison for that that trial itself was incredibly costly to him. He has no income. He's now been stripped of his houses is Bank accounts as life insurance policy, anti was facing this very substantial upcoming trial. That was supposed to start on Monday. So I think. I think Manafort made the calculation and hoped now that if he cooperates with Muller, he might get some leniency on those other charges. You do though have this argument coming from the other side of the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders pointing out that these this plea this acknowledgment by Manafort is all about things that had nothing to do with President Trump. It's money laundering. It's tax issues. So that's their argument looking at this level that is factually true. Most of these charges had to do with things that happen. Well, before the Trump campaign and manafort's involvement that said the elephant in the room is that he is now cooperating, and he is telling Muller about things directly related to the Trump campaign. So that's where the crucial part is. Now, there's been as we know connection with all that there was talking. It was even before the president was complimenting him. The president might be might consider. Pardoning Paul Manafort, what does that look like right now, I think the calculus has to change now for the White House because now that Manafort is we know talking to Robert Muller's office if the president were to pardon him. I just think it increases the chances that this looks like the president is offering a pardon to keep him quiet and to stop him doing that. So it just becomes much more fraught politically for the president to do. So also the prosecutors today, I don't know if this was trying to preempt that, but they were making clear that there are other state charges for which the president cannot pardon anyone for that hangover, Paul Manafort, and that those could possibly be exerted someday. And we still don't know about jail prison time for him. We don't yet. All right. William Brennan important story. Thank you. As Florence.

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06:37 min | 2 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Still to come on the news hour pope Francis under fire amid a claim that he knew about sex abuse allegations Against a prominent cardinal a call the prosecute war crimes against the remembering an American heroes Senator John McCain and much more Pope Francis was in. Ireland this weekend and it's a part of his visit he met with survivors, of that country's sex church, sex abuse scandal it's part of his effort to show that the church takes the matter seriously but as William Brandon reports Francis is now facing, an accusation, that he himself turned a blind eye to a case, of misconduct involving a prominent cardinal The accusation comes from Carlo Maria Vigano the former senior Vatican diplomat to the US in an eleven page letter released this weekend the, Ghana claims pope Francis new several years ago indigo allegations against the former. Washington DC archbishop cardinal Theodore McCarrick McCarrick was accused of sexually harassing and, abusing, young adults seminarians as well. As sexually abusing two boys decades ago McCarrick resigned last month in this letter which offered no evidence for the accusation about the pontiff the Gano urged pope Francis? To step down yesterday in response, Francis told reporters to read the document. Carefully and judge it for themselves joining me now is Dennis Cody. And editor for the national Catholic reporter Dennis thank you for being here I, wonder if we could just, start with this is a very serious allegation made by the former ambassador from the Vatican how seriously should we take this Well I think the pope. Is correct on this on the points that he made on the plane yesterday is we need to look at this very closely, but we also need to skirt and is it, like any good source when you're a journalist is, gonna look. At who the source is where this information is coming from and what other motives might be involved in someone. Coming forward with these allegations and so that's not sure all that due diligence was done before this statement was released but that is what we are in, the process of doing ourselves right now before we get to those questions. About the source can you just tell us a little bit more about, what, Vigano alleges that pope Francis. Did or didn't do I guess the main claim is that in two thousand thirteen shortly after Francis was pope that he related to Francis reported the Francis Allegations, of sexual abuse and assault by then cardinal McCarrick and he also said that. Previously the Pope Benedict had imposed some sanctions and restricted ministry on McCarrick and but those, were never enforced and he also says that Francis did not enforce them and. Did not act upon those charges and as you, as you touched upon pope Francis says response seems to be why are you look at the substance of these? Allegations he clearly believes that under scrutiny they will fall apart can you tell us a little bit more about Vigano the accuser here Yeah I mean he was embassador to the United States from the Vatican from about two thousand eleven till twenty sixteen he he before that he was a member of the curia the Roman Vatican bureaucracy and coming to the United. States wasn't his first choice he, really didn't want to do that but he had troubles in the, curia before that he was criticized. For being stern manager he was also in volved in the uncovering of some financial scandals they're. In the Vatican and so it was I we've reported, in the past is, kind of a case of him being kicked upstairs into? This embassador ship to the United States isn't Vigano himself. Accused of having several years ago overlooked some other allegations about another cardinal Not a cardinal archbishop nine steps from Saint Paul Minneapolis there were charges against him That he he was engaged in inappropriate relationship with men there was some allegations there is. Also charges of, mishandling of sex abuse cases again of other priests under his charge he eventually resigned but there. Was also an investigation that was done by an outside investigator in, Minneapolis Saint Paul all of that was delivered to Vigano in his office as ambassador and he had suggested at one point that an, auxiliary Bishop who is leading the investigation destroy. Some of. Those documents that didn't happen but that report has never surfaced against archbishop nine stat my understanding is that within the political spectrum of the Vatican vegan who is considered quite a conservative and the allegations. He's making against pope Francis who many consider to be more. On the liberal side do. You, see this as as more Of a demonstration of the. Schism within the Catholic church right now Schism is a technical word I don't wanna use that word I would say that there is. A definite infighting going on and there's a power struggle going on Francis has met a lot of resistance since his election because of his reform agenda and what he represents, from some of the hardliners that don't want to see reform come especially to the Vatican bureaucracy Has been associated with some of those groups I, know recently he he was A year ago Francis released an apostolic exhortation about family life that seemed to indicate a a. Softer line towards divorced and remarried Catholics and Vigano has been opposed. To that he joined groups that have been opposed to that kind of teaching he's also made appearances in recent months with with groups that are, very hard line against. Any kind of abortion legislation or same sex marriage legislation those. Kinds of, things those are always cultural issues of. Discussion in the Catholic. Church all right Dennis. Cody of the national Catholic reporter thank you very much. Glad to do it thank you.

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Hour violent protests in Zimbabwe as election results come in the Trump agenda in inner cities in the US a conspiracy, theory gained some tracks And much more At least three people died today as demonstrators took to the streets of Zimbabwe's capital to protest what they see as the rigging of, Monday's presidential election the sitting president and leader of the Zanu PF party Emmerson Mnangagwa ran against a number of other candidates including the leading challenger Nelson Chamisa, in a. Moment William Brandon we'll talk with a. Reporter from Zimbabwe but first we get the latest from the capital Harare from Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News If you sell out they chance you will see that we are very dangerous It's a threat. Direct Zimbabwe's electoral commission promised that the with the people will not be subverted What are you can see what's happening here there's a lot of anger on the streets on the. Results of the presidential election hasn't even been cold so far, with the parliamentary results coming in it looks like. Zanu PF landslide if as people are denied what they considered to be victory will be chaos Wait until you have an actual results The movement. For democratic change already smells a rat Stowed elections Let that happen this time of the convinced. The results we moved the surging Rox with run into the compound Zanu PF party this is Down down down. Down down This is potentially disasters with the news This way This country so desperate to shed pariah status This.

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

Violent clashes in Zimbabwe as election results delayed

"Hour violent protests in Zimbabwe as election results come in the Trump agenda in inner cities in the US a conspiracy, theory gained some tracks And much more At least three people died today as demonstrators took to the streets of Zimbabwe's capital to protest what they see as the rigging of, Monday's presidential election the sitting president and leader of the Zanu PF party Emmerson Mnangagwa ran against a number of other candidates including the leading challenger Nelson Chamisa, in a. Moment William Brandon we'll talk with a. Reporter from Zimbabwe but first we get the latest from the capital Harare from Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News If you sell out they chance you will see that we are very dangerous It's a threat. Direct Zimbabwe's electoral commission promised that the with the people will not be subverted What are you can see what's happening here there's a lot of anger on the streets on the. Results of the presidential election hasn't even been cold so far, with the parliamentary results coming in it looks like. Zanu PF landslide if as people are denied what they considered to be victory will be chaos Wait until you have an actual results The movement. For democratic change already smells a rat Stowed elections Let that happen this time of the convinced. The results we moved the surging Rox with run into the compound Zanu PF party this is Down down down. Down down This is potentially disasters with the news This way This country so desperate to shed pariah status This.

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on WWL

"Everybody you would have bus guy was and marcus davenport he's really picked it up here your feelings toward going to mobile and making that impact and it caught everyone's not just a play during the season but you up against some really good competition at the senior bowl on a league at after i calmed down in remember that i can play football too and kinda kinda gotta go okay all right right thank you you are was marcus davenport saints first round draft pick the saints traded up from twenty seven to fourteen with green bay packers to trade up and get marcus davenport deuce interesting little tidbit from the first round thirty one players had agents in round one lamar jackson being the only player that did not have an age of the representative eleven out of the thirty one including marcus davenport eleven picks out of the thirty one picks were represented by see a california creative arts agency and it just goes to show you those guys like jimmy sexton tom khandan who are super agents in the nfl but eleven thirty one represented by one firm yeah that's pretty strong i mean they do a pretty good job of recruiting guys and i'm a former cia guy myself and i know that the saints have probably at least six or seven players on your squad that rca guys and so eleven first rounder that's wrong yeah i mean look at the guys on this roster currently represented by ca you got marcus davenport now marshon lattimore marcus williams brandon coleman mantar tayo andrews pete so i think they got about seven guys just on the saints roster that are represented by the saints but that are represented by sea.

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"william brandon" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's just so baffling if the actors you have the money have everything they found a way again they found a way to fuck it up but they're still going to keep it moving you've somehow managed to make a movie with marion cotillard crazy train lady from inception you boy michael fast bend kid of michael williams brandon gleason what's whose alfred now jeremy irons you found a way to mess all that up and yet you still continue to produce moved you said you know what we had a mulligan technically there's no second mulligan because this is another film to fucked up mr prince of persia but y'all found a way to to mess up this great potential and you know what you said you know we're going to keep this moving we are going to pick ourselves up and try again listen to a lot of elite at it'll be soft and they said you know we could keep this we keep this woven moving we can we can make one of our new potential franchises out the division the division we can make this a great movie and an interesting film now when we talked about the far cry a little short film that they did a couple of weeks ago that they made for their release a far cry fi that came out and said you know what they've done okay what the little mini movies and one of the examples i gave was the mini movie the division agent origins which show kind of what's going on behind the scenes in new york what's happening before the actual game takes place off i appreciate what you did there it's kinda cool and it was a good look so you know bravo to you you're many movies are good but your regular movies need some work so yeah you get together but this is the vision with the division there's there's not a complicated story like with the seasons creed there's not any kind of wild whitewashing with prince of persia so i feel like they can do this right and keep in mind they're already going in the right direction they've already cast at too great.

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"william brandon" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"I liked it was color i love the statue it was well done it's deserved he got overshadow a lot that day because mike pence went to the game and decided to leave whilst not appreciating the fact that players scholes in one way shape or form to protest what ever thought that was going to happen though in the way the gave who to ever thought that was going to happen blindsided by that all the way when you get up and leave the game because somebody else's doing something you don't like guess what that's caught up protest grace that renault this allowed talk as we prepare for the abuses season about this exciting rookies folds simmons and we're going to get lonzo ball in the lakers but there's a flip side to this list of names that's not dominating the headlines it's players were replaced by these rookies there are players prominent players that you love you watch their entire nba careers i say entire nba careers because they are now no longer getting mba checks so we're going to read a list of players that are right now not on rosters are you ready i am in the reason why this fascinates me is because a lot of times with the goal in a dream obviously is to make it to the nba and people clearly celebrate that opportunity but man it comes and goes so fast in an mba twenty percent of the people that were in that game last year won't be a lot of these players are two years away from starting on teams are you rank about job terminal chris anderson matt barnes lapik to that mike miller louie's scholla metal world peace mike dunleavy boris diaw david lee sasa curcic dare williams brandon bass.

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"william brandon" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"william brandon" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Derek rose todd lawson darren williams brandon jennings remond sessions brian roberts and again these are not all encompassing list i'm just jotting down uh those are available point guards in those are at least a group of names gimme darren williams on the vet mininum right he wants darren williams shooting guard tony allen ian clark kj mcdaniel's aruna flow alan anderson good who was the second one ian clark ian clark amy ian clark even though i love kj mcdaniel's i've kind of started to give up hope if i have a team with a shooting coach i'll take kj otherwise and taken ian clark i forward jamaica green a nickel a mere tich dante cunningham shabazz muhammad thomas robinson terence jones use clearly nuclear michael green yet clearly jim i quit best of those i know i know i think i think you know jay michael green will go back to the grizzlies i think he could even signed his his thing is his offer sheet to go back there for and become a restricted free agent next summer i think that could happen because what what's the market for man of fan of him but aides say to actually at the at this point it's brooklyn or nothing either brooklyn just throws their money that they have not been able to spend and they have made life hard on a lot of people over the course of the last couple of years right through the office she decribed through the offer she'd tyler johnson they through the offer she did otto porter mean that they are not scared throwing off rashid on somebody or make it a poison pill so yes it either who who knows yeah it's either brooklyn or nothing i mean that's the leverage because everybody else's pretty well out of money atlanta just spent there's and there's and phoenix as they want to keep their money open so.

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