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Fresh update on "assistant director" discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"Smith Fellow and Health Care Policy Pacific Research Institute, a San Francisco based think tank. Founded back in 1979. Prior to becoming president of the P R I. She was assistant director of the Fraser Institute based in Vancouver, Canada. The false promise of single payer health care. The title of one of her tomes, and she joins us now, Sally Pipes Good evening. Good evening, and I have a new book out from encounter books called False premise. Both promise the disaster the disastrous reality of Medicare for all All right, And that has been, of course, one of the major pushes of the Democrat campaign for Joe Biden and job And Kamala Harris and the left the single payer kind of push. For health care, health insurance in America. So so tell me exactly why this is such a terrible idea because people hear it, Sally, and they're like Well, yeah, Healthcare is a right and you know, and the difference between healthcare and health insurance and single payer and and what's going on now, with Obamacare and the like. Right? Well, of course. Single payer means there is a single payer and that is the government. It would be no private coverage for anything considered medically necessary, which is the way it is in Canada. There is no private coverage. Everyone is in the government and how many people would be pushed off their plans that they have now through their employer, or or whatever. Well right now. 165 million. And when you look at the polling the polling 56% say they support single payer health care. But when you ask them well, that means you 165 million people will lose. Your employers want their coverage Support goes down to 37%. And then when you say Well, you'll have to pay higher castes is to pay for this. This government takeover of health care system support goes down to 27%. So it really you know this all started with? You know, Senator Bernie Sanders has been pushing, you know for a single payer health care for many for eons. He really got into the into the weeds in it in 2016 when he was running against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for president, And then, as you know, in 2017 as a senator, he introduced a single payer bill and then in the Senate, and he did another one in 2019 and both of those single payer plans. We're backed by and supported by Senator Kamala Harris. Who, of course, is the VP running mate with Joe Biden. Well, if we're going to be honest about it, she's actually running for president. Because about 59% of Americans. And some of the polling I've seen. Don't believe that Joe Biden will survive even his first term as president, and this is something else that we need to look at. As we go to the polls next Tuesday night, there is a great percentage. There's a majority of Americans who believe that Joe Biden will not even survive his first term as president. So if you vote if you pull the lever for Joe Biden, you're actually pulling the lever for Kamala Harris and the far left of the Democrat Party. And the single payer crowd and providing healthcare for millions upon millions of illegal Immigrants in this country. And it's It's the cost or astronomical. It's simply not doable. Is it? Well, No, it isn't. And, you know, even Joe Biden made a mistake. He called it the Harris Biden campaign ago. And she, of course she calls herself. You know, Harris. Biden administration. Yes. And if you watch Saturday Night live the gal that plays comma is really sort of in charge, though, it it is quite funny, and I hope the American people are focusing on this. You know, Camilla, who, as I say it was a big supporter. A single payer health care when in the Senate, but also when she was running for the nomination for president, You know, she supported single payer until she had to foot flop when you had a big pushback against it, but she If you if you really look at what she believes in, deep down if she became the president, she would be pushing for a complete government takeover of the health care system, and it won't It will not be cheap. Even Charles Playhouse from Mercatus, the Urban Institute Rand of all costed out Bernie Planet about 30 to $40 trillion over 10 years, and Senator Sanders has admitted that that that is probably what the increase in federal spending would be. For such a plan, and it would have to be back by in new and increased taxes. The new income tax, some people earning over 29,000 expanded payroll tax a tax on the wealthy attacks on Large financial institution, so This would be it would be a disaster, and it would result is, as it has in Canada and the U. K under their National Health service, the average weight in Canada last year from seeing a primary care doctor to getting treatment by specialists. 20.9 weeks. That is over five months that we would have the same problem here because government would only be willing to spend so much on health care right now we spend about 17.7% of GDP. Canada spends 11.2%. That's what government says they can afford. But they have long wait. They ration care. There's a doctor shortage. And of course, it's not free. Bernie Sanders will get up on the stump and say, You know that the the average American family pays $11,000 in premiums. And Canadians get their healthcare for free will. In fact, it cost $14,474 in hidden taxes for a system where you have to wait and you're Carrie's rations. But if you're older, Yeah. I mean, whether you're paying out of pocket or you're paying Um Generally for healthcare. You're still paying for it. There's nothing that is free about thes plans, right, Sally? Absolutely and healthcare is not a right. We have a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Health care is a good and service like any other good service. And what if that we had a single payer system like Bernie wants the government would be determining who's going to get care what kind of care in the UK under the National Health Service, the government The National Health Service tells people that they can't see the doctor. If there's a smoker or a little beach, we would have the government putting the same controls on the on the American people. And you know Americans are impatient. They're not not like the British and Canadians. Who, you know, Sort of. Yes, man. I'm a former Yes woman, So I know about the American people. But just not not tolerated. They just don't understand. They hate having to go to the D. M V and stand in a line. We'll think about it. They can if they had to get a referral from their primary care doctor before they could go to a specialist, and they had to wait over five months from seeing there. GPT, a primary care doc to starting the treatment with a specialist. Time is Sally Pipes? Who's the president, CEO and Thomas W. Smith fellow in healthcare policy. The Pacific Research is too In San Francisco, and she she knows a lot about this both as well. Someone who's looking at America's issues with healthcare and her own experiences. In Canada. Sally, if he can hang on just a minute, we'll take a quick break and come back. All right. Okay. All right, Sally. See pipes are guest on the nick on the nightcap. We love somebody with pipes, especially a woman here on 700 wlw. Not everyone.
Hurricane Delta leaves hundreds of thousands without power
"To hurricane some six weeks apart have slammed into Louisiana Delta was a category two hurricane when it made landfall last night in the city of Creole. It's now been further downgraded to a tropical depression. The storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands much like hurricane. Laura did in August. To say that a lot of the hard work that are linemen and volunteer linemen have put over these last six weeks is. Pretty much done. So it's very disheartening anyone that actually had a survivable facility are building. Has the more damages to Ashley Buller is Louisiana's Preparedness Assistant Director. Some areas got up to seventeen inches of
Chromecast with Google TV can finally take on Roku and Fire TV Stick 4k
"Veiled the guys last week and got a little lost in the shuffle with the nest audio and Pixel. Five debuts. So what's new what the chrome cast? So the big thing with the crown cast is that it now has a remote and an interface. Those are two long awaited features. You no longer have to rely solely on your phone or tablet or computer to take Netflix's Surg, Youtube and put it onto your TV and I mean, talk a little bit about some of the features on that remote, as well as the interface what what is new about it and is it was it like to us? So I guess we'll break this onto two things we'll start with what's new a google system is very present on the new chrome cast. There's a dedicated assistant button it actually is in a different hue on the remote stands out. It's Pretty active as far as being the interface as well, and you can actually control most of the chrome cats functions with Google system, which is great it really it does a nice job as far as what else is new beyond the interface remote that really covers the bulk of it. There's also Dobie vision and they'll be utmost if you have a compatible TV and sound system. What about that Google TV experience I know it's a revamped version of what they previously called Android TV what's different about it like how and how does it work? So it's kind of new for you page. So the big the big push with. Google TV is a new interface it a new layout that looks more like a Amazon's fire TV. than the old way, which had you basically scrolling through each apps now there's Content in the four as opposed to each APP having it's own separate. Column. Ero-. and. It makes it a lot easier to use it. It's designed to help you find things to watch. As. Opposed to mindlessly scrolling through. Netflix. And then scrolling through prime video or HBO or any of the other many streaming APPs that are available a lot. This seems like upgrade or anything you don't like about this thing. So I had a couple moments where it lacked it wasn't as fast as say Amazon's fire TV, stick four K., which is a similarly. Priced. Streaming dangle. That has Alexis Google Assistant. Random issues where assistant where if I asked to watch them a big marble and so I'd asked to watch avengers infinity war and it would start playing on. Youtube. TV through TBS which has the broadcast rights or the cable rights rather as opposed to recognizing that I subscribed to Disney plus and playing it in four K. on Disney plus subscription. So it just doesn't assistant doesn't always know right now what the best way to watch a particular show movies. It also had a weird issue where unofficial. Weird issue. But you can't actually power this or I wasn't able to power this off of the USB port on my television. I had to use the included seven and a half. Watt Power after which I don't know about you, I like plugging these things directly into the TV running off the USB power it's less cables to see it's easier to to install not having to find an empty outlet. And the fact that this at least with my lg Ola that I was testing into couple years old the old lead, but it's still a fairly recent TV. The fact that wouldn't power and function off of what was provided from the USB port was a bit surprising. Yes. Someone who has his roku plugged into the USB poor of his TV, I can definitely appreciate the need for something like that because it cuts down on the number wires behind your TV. And living in a household with multiple kids you WanNa have as few wires as possible. So that's kind of annoying. Setback. But you know that that that's not the biggest deal you talked about Google assistant and how it's front and center in this Did you find when you were using this? You're using Google system a lot more or were you reverting back this year? The traditional way you'd use remote control, right just the using the standard volume channel of Buns or like how how did having assistant on their control changed the way you interact with this change in the couple is so. Big in the ANDROID. Google TV. Sorry interfaces for you page which I guess it's a personalized page based off of shows and movies that you like and. Content that you traditionally watch and what is recommending was actually pretty good. That's the default homepage. Ties in necessarily to the assistant the ties to some that personalization aspects I find that to be pretty useful as far as what Google is doing there, and for the assistant director part the voice portion of it. I found myself constantly using assistant to open APPs or two. I was using TV and fan. So just to switch between football and the Yankee game saying. Okay Google the key game in having automatically switched to the right channel. Was Super Helpful and it was doing this regardless of whatever APP was in. So I was watching something on Netflix are on regular youtube and I wanted to see what was going on the Yankee game I'd say Okay Google hold the button down okay Google go to the Yankees game and it would do that. Sometimes it took a few seconds to do that at one point I timed. It knows over ten, which for live TV is pretty bad. Ten second wait between when you want to go somewhere say you WanNa go somewhere and when it actually appears. that needs to improve tremendously, and it wasn't that I had a bad internet connection I have couple hundred megabits per second more on testing. So that needs to improve at otherwise the assistant has been great to use an pretty surprised to say that because voice assistance on these streaming devices. Has Been At least in my experience a bit more hit or miss. So taken together with all these new features, their control and just to clarify. Cost, fifty dollars and that's that's more than the previous rate it is. Go to models previously, there was a chrome cast macroom castle tre. So this does pretty much everything. The chrome cats ultra does the higher end I believe it was seventy dollars model that now's only available in a stadium bundle for now studios actually coming to. Chrome cast with Google TV, this new device, but it's not coming until sometime officially in the believe first half of twenty twenty one. So sometime, next year. So this is actually cheaper. The matter is more expensive than the HD, only chrome cast but that for I believe it was thirty dollars, lacks the interface lacks a remote lacks four case for twenty dollars more you get all that plus the ability to run all these APPs without having to rely on your phone computer tablet. Got It. So taking all together, the price, the new features, the remote control, how does this stack up against similar option from Roku, Amazon through its fire TV line so that's a great question. It really depends on what world you live in. That's how look at this. If you are somebody who has a lot of Amazon devices, I'm not gonNA say the word because I don't want to trigger things. If you have a lot of those devices and you're very much in the Amazon World The fire TV stick four K. is excellent. It's faster than this. The election degration sorry said that word is not as strong as Google, assistant. But it is a very capable, very impressive device. If you have a lot of apple devices roku streaming stick plus which is forty dollars is an equally compelling option especially when it has play which roku announce, the other week is coming at some point soon. So it really depends on where you you find yourself if you just want all the APPs and this has hbo Mac, which is something that Amazon, Roku currently lack. This is not a bad option. Yeah. That was the fault question there because there's been a lot fusion about which streaming services are available on in which dreamers. The generally, the chrome cast is pretty much covered for all your services, the croome cast with Google TV, because they're still regular chrome cast being sold. This one has I would say out of the major ones ninety, nine percents of is missing. Apple. TV plus. Is available on Roku Amazon, and of course, the Apple TV if you want something that currently has everything you have to get an apple TV. Apple TV. For K., but those I think the Apple TV fourcade currently hundred eighty dollars or so. So you have to pay a sizable upgrade plus some pretty old hardware at this point has been rumored to be prepping new boxes of some kind. Were to do that for a while maybe comes out your maybe it doesn't through kind of all over the map there. But that's the only one that has every major streaming service Google has everyone but apple TV plus roku Amazon have everyone bought Hbo Max so it really depends. You S reviewer I'm just curious how you put these things which pesos what is the review process look like especially when you're doing this at home It's a lot of watching. TV. And a of watching movies and seeing how it performs. In a variety of different settings. So different TV's different picture options with different content sources so Disney plot for example, on the Google TV doesn't stream currently until be vision but Netflix does have some content available in dolby vision and will be. Available on the chrome cast with Google TV. So it's it's comparing different things. It's comparing the performance of those content sources to how a roku streaming stick plosser Amazon Fire TV stick for K.. Would handle playing back that particular movie or TV show or piece of live. Content TV's sports. And just comparing and contrasting to watching that sounds like a really tough job. Ultimately is worth. Fifty dollars I think. So if you again keeping in mind that. The exact situation will vary if you like Apple TV, this is not the option for you. If you have a very big Amazon household you wanted to tie in. Really. Well to your rings. And to some of your other Amazon devices. This isn't the option for you. if you want to do airplay, this isn't the option trio. But if you want something that's simple that has a solid interface that has really good remote and isn't that expensive at fifty dollars is a pretty good choice.
Families Grateful Charges Were Filed In Soldiers’ Home Coronavirus Deaths, West Of Boston
"The Holyoke soldiers home now facing charges in connection with the deaths of dozens of veterans there from covert 19 Attorney General Maura Healey. Criminal charges against superintendent than at Walsh. And former medical director David Clinton. Thes charges stem from their alleged role in the deadly coded 19 outbreak at the Holy Oak Soldiers home. We believe this is the first criminal case in the country. Brought against those involved in nursing homes during the Cobain 19 pandemic more from WNBC TV Cheryl Fiandaca, Thank God I was just so grateful that was Laurie Mandeville bowed its reaction to the criminal charges filed against the former Holyoke soldiers, home superintendent and its medical director. Lori's dad, Jim, one of 76 veterans who died after getting Cove in 19 at the state run facility. I personally believe they deserve the maximum sentence under law. Cheryl Blaze feels the same way. Her dad Robert, also died of Covitz at Holy Oak, the decisions that they made to put Bets together in a room that somewhere positive somewhere negative. It was criminal. It was awful. I'm thrilled. I'm really, really happy that they're being held accountable. Attorney Tom Lesser represents more than 20 families. In a civil rights lawsuit, heartened that Bennett walls and Dr David Clinton are indicted, but says others are also to blame for the tragic deaths. We have. I've defended. We have the secretary of Veterans of Bears Arena we have the director of nursing You have the assistant director of nursing We think those are the five people most responsible. The family say they know they have a long road ahead. But they now believe they're one step closer to justice. Coming up Bloomberg
At least 15 women are accusing Washington Football Organization staffers of sexual harassment, report says
"Got an update on the Washington Redskins. You know, they're they're They're changing the name. But something is something else is that they've got a bigger problem than just just a name thing. 15 women who previously worked for the Washington NFL organization, they have now alleged sexual harassment of verbal abuse by former scouts and members of the owner, Daniel Snyder's inner circle. This is this is this is this is blowing up the meat to movement bigtime. Now among those accused of misconduct. A former director of pro personnel Alex Santos, the former assistant director for personnel, Richard Man, the third as well as the long time play by play announcer and senior vice president Larry Michael. He's been doing play by play for the team for I don't know, maybe 30 years. He was fired this week and nobody knew it. Nobody knew what was going on. All of these people have been fired. Let go, and it's kind of bit hush hush and under the table. Several other names have been mentioned, including Dennis Screen, He runs the business operations for the team, former chief operating officer Michael Grisham. They're talking about in alleging sex parties involving a lot of athletes, team owners, some coaches from other teams as well. And this is all unfolding. There's there's a lot of other weird stuff involving this. That Is circulating on Reddit and on Twitter this morning. None of it's been confirmed, so I'm not going to go there. But it's a really weird allegations involving the Washington Redskins football team. Crazy man is not only is the name extraordinarily offensive t many people, apparently, but it goes deeper than that. Yeah. Allegations of a sexual harassment, toxic workplace and culture. Which span from 2006 to 2019 where raised by 15 women, all but one whom spoke to the Washington Post under conditions of anonymity. They didn't want to mention their name. So take that with a grain of salt. No. Yeah, right world is going crazy. Yeah, get just get rid of don't even not not even the name just get through the whole team. Just the whole team, not only in and it's Yeah, they're kind of crumbling around just cancelled the
At least 15 women are accusing Washington Redskins staffers of sexual harassment, report says
"Several of the employees of the Washington NFL team have already resigned or been fired His results with story This is unacceptable behavior and corrected. In a wide ranging story detailed by the Washington Post 15 women who previously worked for the Washington Redskins, alleged sexual harassment and verbal abuse by former scouts and members of owner Daniel Snyder's inner circle. There are no allegations against Neider or former GM Bruce Allen, who was fired last December. Among those accused of misconduct or former director of pro personnel Alex Santos and Former assistant director of pro personnel Richard Man, the second as well as radio play by play announcer Larry Michael. All three departed the organization within the past week.
Post reports misconduct allegations against DC NFL team
"Today published an explosive report detailing more than a decade of inappropriate behavior of the NFL's Washington Redskins team. It's like 2 15 women who allege it least five former front office employees sexually harassed that made unwanted sexual advances. Details from CBS's nickel Kilian, One of the allegations centers around former play by play announcer Larry Michael, who was accused of routinely discussing the physical appearance of female colleagues in sexual and disparaging overtones. The club's director of player personnel, Alex Santos, was accused of making inappropriate remarks about their bodies and asking them if they were romantically interested in him. Michael retired Wednesday while Santos and assistant director of pro personnel were dismissed by the team this week. The team has retained the firm of Washington attorney about the well consent to do an independent review. Of the team's culture, its policies and allegations of workplace misconduct.
15 women accuse former Redskins employees of harassment
"A bombshell report on Washington's NFL team. More than a dozen women who used to work there say they were sexually harassed and verbally abused. W T. Opie's Mike Murillo has the story. 15 former female employees tell The Washington Post that between 2006 and 2019 they were sexually harassed and verbally abused by team employees. And little was done about it, claiming some incidents were even Condoned by top executives. Some of the allegations were against Larry Michael, the voice of the Redskins, who was accused of making derogatory comments about women. He announced his retirement on Wednesday and didn't comment on the allegations. Alex Santos, the club's former director of pro personnel, was accused by six women and two reporters of making inappropriate comments about their bodies. Richard Man, the second former assistant director of pro personnel, was accused of sending inappropriate text to a staffer who says he told her to expect an inappropriate hug. Santos and man were fired this week. None of the employees filed formal complaints, according to the post. There are no accusations against team owner Dan Snyder. Former general manager Bruce Allen and the organisation says it takes issues of employee conduct seriously and has ordered an independent
Chinese hackers try to steal COVID-19 vaccine research
"Well the president talking about the Chinese the trump administration plans to issue a warning that cyber actors linked to the Chinese government are trying to get U. S. research on coronavirus treatments and vaccines and this first broke the story in The New York Times I remember reading little bits and pieces about it so it's being issued by the FBI department of homeland security both agencies monitoring the of course all of the foreign government hackers during the pandemic and they're warning universities and resorts research facilities and healthcare institutions but of course the you've got Rece now more than ever cyber security should be number one on everybody's list not that we didn't know this and certainly in the show we have delved into it and talk to owners of different people about things that you can do but and always try to stay on top of that it's you're never fast enough we just had somebody called snow on from IBM and what they were doing to prevent hacking to look at what hackers were doing what lengths they would go to and now here you have this and it's not a surprise that we would see this but how do you shut it down to the FBI Deputy Assistant director for the cyber division said just last month that they've seen intrusions in the institutions I mentioned so universities the research spots and the health care Silesian institutions and there are people that have publicly identified themselves as working on code red related research and sometimes get them find their way in there so there are lots of warnings being issued in private cybersecurity firms and U. S. government agencies of course are also noticing that Russia China Iran North Korea they're escalating cyber activity and disinformation related to the corona virus and you know the that what they're calling nontraditional collectors to as well researchers who they analyst to steal scientific data and whatever the proper proprietary technologies are and they're trying to really crack down on this obviously as much as they can if we go back and look at what's happened in the past China's theft of US intellectual property is over four hundred billion dollars annually that's not the total that's annually what we're talking about and this is again nothing new but it's something that is so significant in the middle of this pandemic and one more thing to be concerned about with the hacking of the of the vaccine data and it again and again and again and again we're seeing this come up and especially now with very very tricky like I mentioned during the the pandemic couldn't couldn't be a worse time for
How build-it-yourself firearms skirt most federal gun laws
"As the corona virus pandemic sweeps through the country panic and fear have caused a run on hand sanitizer toilet paper and guns retailers tell us they have never seen such a surgeon firearm sales one kind of weapon that has been selling out is a build it yourself for her arm known as a ghost gun because it skirts most federal gun laws there's no background check and no serial number making ghost guns invisible to police and almost impossible to trace when used in a crime we were surprised that it is all perfectly legal after a year and a half of reporting we discovered that ghost guns once mainly popular with gun enthusiasts have also become a weapon of choice for criminals manufactured by gangs and used in mass shootings so this is a test firearms reference library we sought out America's top gun cops the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the ATF to find out exactly what a ghost gun is Thomas Chisholm ATF's assistant director of field operations gave us rare access to its West Virginia weapons repository and told us the latest additions here are ghost gardens what's the difference between these two guns well this is a firearm that was manufactured by a licensed manufacturer of the law requires them to mark them with certain markings including serial number this is not marked no background check is completed when you purchase it it's made at home by somebody using commonly available handles so they both do the same thing they both shoot and shoot him says usually if you bought a gun at a store it would have a traceable serial number and you would need to pass a background check under federal law a ghost gun can circumvent all of that because it's put together from unfinished untraceable parts it's virtually invisible to you in government and also makes it challenging to keep it out of the hands of people who are not allowed to possess firearms after that day I'd never heard the term goes can I don't know what that was Brian mule burger found out one day last November there had been a mass shooting at his daughter's high school and fifteen year old Gracie was murdered they bring in one of the doctors and just like you see on the movies he sits across from me with that real quiet Scott solemn stare right at you and I just I'm sure sand and I'm like please now don't don't tell me that please this was the aftermath at Saugus high school in Santa Clarita California a typical Thursday morning disrupted the quad littered with backpacks after students dropped everything and fled for their lives that's where Gracie was waiting for friends before class she was about as close as I am to you right now Chater right through the backpack and right through the chest and thankfully he the name of the back of her head in a place we got to see her face one more time this is a senseless act of violence Los Angeles county sheriff Alex being a waiver arrived at the scene not long after the shots were fired this kid shows up at school what happened he shows up at school he has a backpack his mom had had packed the lunch room in the backpack was also a forty five auto load carrying that loaded ghost gun was Nathaniel birdhouse a high school junior in addition to Gracie he shot and killed Dominick Blackwell and wounded three other students he save the last round for himself he's sixteen years old mmhm just turns that was his birthday how does a sixteen year old get his hands on a gun he's he's under age under age but his father was a gun enthusiasts and was in position a lot of weapons they were ultimately confiscated because he was detained for psychiatric evaluation so he the father was not supposed to have guns and all the weapons were removed legally at the time share via Nueva suspects that's when the father turned to ghost guns and his son got his hands on one six months later the Saugus investigation is still ongoing this is the actual weapon that was used in the saga shooting is a ghost gun it was assembled we don't know by who but we believe it was the father of the suspect in the came into possession then of the shooter himself ghost gun parts can be used to fabricate a hand gun or even an A. R. fifteen the parts are widely available across the country in stores and online in the wake of the corona virus pandemic they've been flying off the shelves they're shipped right to your door not much harder than ordering a pizza we bought a kit online for five hundred seventy five dollars that has everything you need to make a nine millimeter handgun it came in parts like ikea furniture but for firearms and even includes the drill bits you need to put the gun together in the comfort of your own
Male Survivors of Sexual Assault and Abuse
"We have Dr Amy and Dr Joan Cooke. Amy is a licensed clinical psychologist and the assistant director of the trauma. Resolution and integration program at Nova Southeastern University and Joan is a clinical psychologist and associate professor in the Yale School of Medicine. Department of Psychiatry. Amy Joan welcome to the show. Thank you happy to be here. Thank you well. I am very glad to have both of you because we have a really big topic today. We're going to be discussing male survivors of sexual abuse and assault. And I'm a little bit embarrassed to admit when we first started putting together this episode. I thought to myself is this a subject that we need to cover. Is it big enough? Aren't we already discussing it and the research that I did in the stuff that I learned from both of us? Thank you very much is that it's actually sort of under disgust and under reported absolutely and thank you. Gabe for admitting to that I think a lot of healthcare providers a lot of the public and many male survivors themselves adhere to a number of male rape myths. We need to talk in this country. About how rape and sexual assault of boys and men not only possible but actually occurs at high rates. If I could share with you just a snippet of how frequent it occurs. Please please got my next question. What are the prevalence rates? Okay so I think a lot of people don't know this but at least one in six boys are sexually abused before their eighteenth birthday one in six and this number rises to one in four men who were sexually abused across their lifespan. That's too many obviously. Any number is too many absolutely but that stat blew me away at the start of my research for this episode. I believe that the number was half a percent like it was just ridiculously low and I think that's because let's face it people don't report sexual assault. Both men and women don't tend to report it to law enforcement agencies to the FBI. We just don't have good crime. Statistics on these. Why SHAME EMBARRASSMENT? Minimization and people not believing survivors. You know a lot of the research and the clinical scholarship that we have on sexual abuse including the development and testing of psychosocial interventions really focuses on women. And that's important for sure absolutely but men and boys who experienced sexual abuse. They're out there. And they're largely overlooked they're stigmatized or shamed by the public and sometimes by healthcare professionals. It's just not acceptable. I also notice that pop culture covers everything. But this is not atropine pulp culture. We see the sexual assault of women in law and order. Svu In primetime television week after week and marathons all weekend. But I can't really think of any pop culture representation of sexual assault rape or trauma in pop culture at all outside of that one movie from the seventies with the Banjo and that's regarded as like a horror movie. And do you think that this plays into the public dismissing sexual assault on men and boys absolutely? So what you're picking up on is that this really just isn't represented. We have amazing celebrities that come out like Tyler. Perry who disclose sexual abuse. But it's not often enough and it's often with a lot of snarky comments. That are written a lot of trolling a lot of other things. And I think this really speaks to the toxic masculinity that's present in our society. The idea that men should be able to ward off sexual abuse or they're quote unquote not real men and that's something that kind of pervades even around more kind of socially correct politically cracked people. It's still that idea of like grow side or just step up. Or How could you let this happen? It's still a lot of victim blaming that. I know women face as well but I think even more so around men which just signals to us that there's an issue in terms of how we view masculinity in general as a society. I feel that we should point out that. Of course we're not contrasting and comparing male to female assault and sexual abuse in any sort of competitive nature. It's just that we WANNA make sure that everybody gets the help that we need and your research has determined that there's a lot of men that aren't getting the support that they need. I mean anybody who was sexually abused or sexually assaulted raped deserves good care. And the fact that your research is determined that a lot of men being left out of this conversation is obviously very problematic. I appreciate that very much gay because sometimes and this is what we've heard from survivors to sometimes when they go to survivor meetings. You know they are seeing a perpetrators instead of survivors of violence themselves. And so they're not as welcome at the survivor table or some survivor tables. And then even when they go to some providers providers or said like you know. It's not possible that you were assaulted or you must be gay. You must've wanted it. And so all of those myths and stereotypes keep people from getting the help that they need and deserve and working on their path to healing. And also like you said it is not a competition. Everyone deserves this kind of validation and attention and help improving their lives. I could not agree. More amy and John. Let's get into the meat of your research one of the first questions that I have is. What are the differences in prevalence rates and clinical presentations of men and women with sexual assault abuse? Histories aren't vastly different as I mentioned earlier. It's one in six men before their eighteenth birthday and then that number increases to one in four women do have higher rates the CDC estimates that one in three women experience sexual assault or violence in their lifetime the presentation the PTSD. The substance abuse the depression anxiety. The suicidal aviation seem somewhat similar. Both sets of sexual abuse survivors experience. It it seems to US clinically. That there are some very prominent psychological. Symptoms that men have that don't fit neatly into our diagnostic classification system. So oftentimes with men who've experienced sexual abuse we see intense anger and it's always there and it's always seething but it particularly comes out when they're feeling threatened or portrayed. We see a lot of shame a lot of feeling damaged and worried about their masculinity we see quite a bit of sexual dysfunction including low sex drive erectile problems. There's a lot of chronic pain difficulties with sleeping and believe it or not. You know we don't talk a lot about men who have eating disorders or difficulties but see that as well including some negative body image one thing also that we don't talk about and probably too because this carries some shame is that we see higher rates of sexually transmitted infections increased sexual risk for HIV and higher sexual compulsivity. And so I think when they present to US clinically and if they're not acknowledging a sexual abuse history and not because of their own shame though that could be it could also be. They haven't been able to acknowledge it. Or label it accurately themselves and then connect that experience to the symptoms that they're having that I think we're treating them for other difficulties instead of what's really driving their symptoms so they're getting inadequate treatment. What are some of the barriers that men face in disclosing sexual abuse and their sexual assault histories? Well I think it goes back to that concept of toxic masculinity and so. There's a lot of cultural influences. So you know men are supposed to be powerful and invulnerable and there's this idea that men should always welcome sexual activities. So you've kind of got this just societal barrier around people wanting to come forward and I think also it boils down to the consequences of disclosure. So are people going to regard your sexual orientation makes some sort of assumption that because you were sexually assaulted or you must have wanted it or it says something about you. It could even just be about the risk factors involved coming forward and wondering if you're gonNA actually more violence or more discrimination as a result so there's a lot of negativity there a lot to be afraid of in terms of coming forward and that disclosure. John had alluded to it earlier as well. If you're going to your doctor and your doctor also believes in these things you might be repeatedly getting shot down. And so- disclosure just isn't a safe option. I mean honestly. It also boils down to a lack of resources or lack of awareness of certain resources. There's a few nonprofits out there that are dedicated to working with masculine identified individuals. And you have to know that. There's a trauma and in order to seek out these resources a lot of men wouldn't use the label of. I've been traumatized I've been sexually abused. They just don't use that language so really trying to capture men and their experiences and then having them be aware of of what might be out there for them.
Canadian health officials look to China for lessons in how to prepare for COVID-19
"News a Canadian doctor warns much of the world is not prepared to manage the spreading coronavirus the position part of an expert World Health Organization team has just returned from China Dan carpenter reports Dr Bruce Aylward is an epidemiologist and assistant director general for the World Health Organization he recently led a group of experts to several Chinese cities including Wuhan I would says China had successfully managed to decrease the number of cases because of its robust approach and change the course of the outbreak but only by an aggressive response which included finding tracing contact social distancing and movement restriction I would says he witnessed the population band together to fight the virus describing the effort as staggering the W. H. O. experts as the rest of the world should learn from China's experience but that would take a very aggressive and tough
World isn’t ready for coronavirus outbreak, Canadian WHO expert says
"A Canadian medical expert says his recent trip to China shows the rest of the world is far from ready to handle the corona virus is Dan carpenter reports the epidemiologist recently led a group of experts to several Chinese cities including Wuhan where the viral outbreak began Dr Bruce outward as an assistant director general for the World Health Organization he says only through a staggering effort has China been able to decrease the number of coronavirus cases and change the course of the outbreak but he says it took the entire population to band together to fight the virus with an aggressive verse sponsors that included finding tracing contact social distancing and movement restrictions then carbon shock in Toronto coronavirus fears of simple markets plunging Asian shares are mostly lower following another sharp decline on Wall Street this is NPR
The Flame Starter Behind 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire'
"It's summer from all these four seasons. How does song figure into your movie? And at what point you start thinking about a scene where someone someone is listening to this music. Let's the paradox. It's that that this scene was which is let the lesson of the film. It was like the first thing that I had in mind It's kind of the scene. I made the movie because I had that scene in mind. I wanted to lend and the film there and basically wrote the film to actually make that scene and sometime when I got lost in the process crosses over writing a little bit discouraged I had that scene in mine and I knew that I had to do the film to do with diversity. June I'm GonNa ask you about the research you did when you're writing this story so you have this scene in your mind. How the movies and and you work backward from that? How much time are you thinking about Traditions Shins and customs and what was going on in the world for women of a certain age at this period in history? Well I did some research mostly regarding The woman artist at the time so I work with this logistic yard. Creating this the female painter character on even sociologically her being really accurate to the time but For the rest west mostly like when when I asked the experts like how women doing with a period at the time however they hailing abortion at the time like they know everything about their hair. They know everything about how they should dress and behave. But Dad didn't know much about them. Team that privacy so it was mostly relying on the fact that What go through I go through also and teach to build this continually Trump time relying lying on that Rather than being accurate about the mundane way of you know the way they would do would perform in the world because we always see that right especially in period pieces it's about performing in the world and that's why I put them on an island Basically being just you know never being with the characters characters just being totally lonely so that we could share it intimacies with so even though they're isolated these women live in a world where a a woman of marrying age is bartered or as advertised or is marketed. The way that you would on tinder or match where you're swiping but the swiping now is a oil painting that sent to a prospective suitor so in many ways things have not changed at all technology has evolved. Aw The way that matches are found like do you like the photo you like the picture. Swipe up by sending a letter back to France. Yeah but that's the it's much more in a self-portrait dynamic but do you have more power over an alleged edged. You're you're crafting for yourself. I don't know what I mean. It's too early to think about that. No I want to ask you about the characters that are at the center of this story. Mariana Louise they have strong feelings about a lot of things but they live in a time where you don't really say what's on your mind and you don't share what your deepest most personal feelings are so when you're working with your actors. How'd you describe how they are communicating? What they feel when they can't always give voice to those feelings while you know? I think they're giving voice to the fundings. I feel it's just that we decided I choose to craft his love dialogue Not Building it on the narrative of conflict or being secretive So it's not about Chelsea about position it's about saying what's on your mind. I think they're being pretty honest with each other. We're not that used to that. There's is no mind game here and I'm not sure it's about Defected set in the past. I think it's about the fact that it that it's written today by us and many of us I mean myself screenwriter but also the actress they they build this very strong choreography this tension about with with the dialogue but also the the their body and we're looking very carefully what it's like to fall in love so it's also about how look at each other but also how they breed how the and their body language and the chemistry I think is very strong so we're talking with Selene Ziama who is the writer and director of portrait of a lady on fire. Men Are not present in this movie. We outside of a couple of scenes but they are hovering on the outside. How did you talk about the presence of men even though Oh they weren't in the picture what actually we didn't talk about it? That's the good thing that's just. I mean Manna left out of the frame. And that's how you feel that prisons because it's not about a male character it's about jd of patriarchy. So we're using the tools of cinema. That is yeah what you put in the rain. What you leave out of the frame that defines the frame so it gives you an experience of feeling this pression without having the oppressive character So that's also not to objectify man because we don't want to objectify anyone. It's also way to feel scene because when you're always into frame you're not seeing yourself. And like for instance. I did the Dow the bone is for the DVD the French DVD like three weeks ago and there was a sound engineer mail. You hadn't seen the film and we watched a film together and at some point. There's a man that comes back into frame and you see a close up of the hand of a man and I saw him looking at his hand and he's like I've never he was seeing on buddy because he got got out of the frame back. When you're thinking about how you and your cinematographer offer shoot this film? Is it easy to unlearn the things that you think a shot is supposed to have how women are supposed to look how their bodies are supposed to be positioned that you have to constantly say this is. I have to forget everything I've seen in been taught. Yeah but it's it's it's pretty joyful because forget those things yes if you can. That's sometimes hard to unlearn patterns. Yeah but that's why you have to be radical because otherwise it's go coming back so it has to be it has to be radical and stick to it because yes there's like for instance. They don't smile at each other for an hour and ten minutes. I know that's not good advertising but And on the set they had such great chemistry in such it was such a beautiful thing thing to see those two actors together. Everybody kept saying. Oh maybe you could take the smile at each other like this could be more joyful. This is your producers or who's suggests Joseph Assistant Director you know and I just it's about resisting it's also about really not not letting go won't be useful indicating room will. It shouldn't be useful in the editing room. We have to we have to be radical to resist the charming side of actually shooting the
City Council vote to be held to terminate Arlington’s Pedicabs
"Tonight the Arlington city council is expected to end the long running pedicab service in the city's entertainment district officials say the bicycle show for program is popular but it's been trouble for years they say the pedicabs have repeatedly cost safety issues like weaving in and out of traffic blocking emergency lanes and overloading with passengers Arlington's assistant director Keith Brooks says within three years officials received twenty five complaint emails almost all of them from petty cab companies about violations of competing Pedi cab
City Council vote to be held to terminate Arlington’s Pedicabs
"Tonight the Arlington city council is expected to end the long running pedicab service in the city's entertainment district officials say the bicycle show for program is popular but it's been trouble for years they say the pedicabs have repeatedly cost safety issues like weaving in and out of traffic blocking emergency lanes and overloading with passengers Arlington's assistant director Keith Brooks says within three years officials received twenty five complaint emails almost all of them from petty cab companies about violations of competing Pedi cab
Lisa Page explains the meaning of controversial 'insurance policy' text
"This is from one of the weakest links in the Obama gate collusion with Lisa page on the Rachel Maddow show can you explain to me how she is she justifies is justified to use of the phrase insurance policy because I'm still trying to work it out Lisa page Rachel Maddow cut bait what was meant by for example the insurance policy text message so this is you and Peter struck texting about the prospect that president trump is going to be elected the unlikely prospect right I mean it's an analogy first of all it's not my tax so I'm sort of interpreting what I believe he meant back three years ago but we're using an analogy we're talking about whether or not we should take certain investigative steps are not based on the likelihood that he's gonna be present or not right you have to keep in mind if president trump doesn't become president the national security risk if there is somebody in his campaign associated with Russia plummet I'm not so worried about what Russia is doing vis a vis a member of his campaign if he's not president because you're not gonna have access to classified information you're not gonna have access to sources and methods and our national security apparatus so the insurance policy was an analogy it's like an insurance policy when you're forty you don't expect to die when you're forty you still have an insurance policy don't just hope that he's not going to be elected and therefore not press for if the investigation hoping but rather press forward of the investigation just in case he does get in exactly what about the text message that open which you instruct we're talking about your us for fear that trump trump would be elected and he said no we want to happen I mean by we he's talking about the collectively like minded thoughtful sensible people who were not going to vote this person into office you know obviously in retrospect I wish she hadn't sent it yes it's been mutilated to death and it's been used to bludgeon institution I love and it's meant that I've disappointed countless people but this is this is a snapshot in time carrying on a conversation that happened earlier in the day that reflected a broad sense of he's not gonna be president we the democratic people of this country are not going to let it happen response cook is a little mission of guilt is not a confession it sure sounded like a confession to make absolutely the best thinking so basically see give committing the most epic cell phone on national television I've heard in a long long time because she's made and that everything except for one little thing but which is the leading what's up I couldn't really say but I really think that a lot I mean the war we if you read the context of those tax between we paid him Peter struck and I want to reemphasize why they were texting so much because they were both committed adultery each other they're both married and committing adultery correct important point yeah and I will be back to get swept away I mean they were I did the math was motion forty five or forty seven thousand thanks to break up over time it meant that they were texting each other something like once every minute eighteen hours a day over the period of time they were tracked them this was a really weird relationship but let us side would you guys when he was in the context of the discussion of the insurance policy quote unquote insurance policy and in reference to a meeting that had been held in the FBI among some of the most senior people in the FBI including the assistant director of the FBI so you know she's she's in one sense you reading everything but tried to sort of put it away because you thought because he tried to pull it out of the context want to actually happened near the decal will sort all along which is that the FBI but we're not gonna let this happen we've got a way to try and make sure that any comes up in a way and be if in the unlikely because that he does where we're gonna take them out and that is what we've been seeing for the past three years on the first half of that audio we're gonna repost it she says whether or not we investigate somebody depends upon whether they do well politically excuse me what is this Cuba another admission of guilt that's Lisa page doing on live television what you shouldn't do if you are part of a curve ball a conspiracy we've been told to Chris balls cook follow him right now the Chris boss could be U. S. K. I. RK and read his incredibly informative and influential website American greatness am greatness dot com I'm Sebastian welcome this is
Arrest made after deadly ambush that killed US family in Mexico
"Service let's go to Mexico now the president that has set up a special commission to find out who was behind an ambush wet six children and the mother is lost their lives they were from the Mormon community major drug cartels under suspicion the road ambush was the deadliest attack on US citizens in Mexico in recent memory as I said the victims came from prominent local families including the liberals and long fronts jul citizens of both Mexico and the United States officials said the nine could have been victims of mistaken identity given the high number of violent confrontations among warring drug gangs in the area so was it an accident all with a family deliberately targeted and that some of them is a former Deputy Assistant director of defense at the Pentagon and also at the White House she now works as a journalist presenting a weekly show on security in Mexico it's hard to figure out really what happened because there's very confusing collisions coming out bowls from the government and just some of my sources which to argue that it was an accident they did know that those who were in the car were women and children there were two different cars there is information from one of the children that survived that the mother and come out and start screaming in the cars full of children please don't shoot when the other car that they shot at they bring the car and pulls the babies and the mother died basically burns so they knew that there was children and another car so it's not that they were confusing these people with you know another drug cartel leader or something like that that just happen to be in that part of the country driving this road so they knew they were killing women and children the question is line we now know family members have said that the Mormon community in northern Mexico from where this family K. unknown to speaking outs about cartel violence they received threats in the pause yeah I because this adds to the picture of not an accident maybe a deliberate targeting and that's one of the investigations that is taking place that there had been some type of confrontation although we don't have information that that exactly happened that there may have been some type of confrontation with these families there's another discussion taking place where there are these fights for the trafficking routes in that part of the country in which the head of the organization just basically ordered to shoot at anyone who's going down the road that's another theory but the bottom line is in a country where you know you have very violent criminal organizations some could argue that someone was violent criminalization is in the world this case in particular the way these women were killed in these babies were killed and burned it is clearly out of the number ma'am unit has shocked the nation that has shocked to Mexico and there will be a lot of pressure from the US government to make sure that this case is was all you know some of these what to this area and has deep knowledge of these kind of cartels this seems to be off the scale in turn it is it's the property and the fight that knowing who the targets were you would still carry on with your tight you would burn a vehicle with with children and babies in its on this thirteen year old survivor we've had his testimony now hiding his siblings walking for fourteen miles has this reached a new low even from your experience it has it has you know we've been going back I have a team of experts that participate on when the mind shows security experts in you know we're kind of going back and trying to find specific cases of these type of violence against children in the it is out there but usually has banned the use of this violence against other cartel leaders children not in this fashion and it is very public I mean the difference now is that we have a lot of images and a lot of information not only as to what happens but about the victims no the pictures and media videos of these children are being broadcasted all over Mexico and the United States so it it's called rendus tragedy and because the US government is pressuring to find who did this could be solved I mean I think they're venture going to find out who did it and why they did it the problem is with those cases where they're killing in them young people and they're killing children around the country those cases are just not getting some Mexico is living through a semi or in different parts of the country it's quite violent as an aside as a former Deputy Assistant secretary of defense at the Pentagon also worked at the White House and we do no arrests have now been made in the hunt for the people behind
2 Giuliani associates connected to Ukraine probe arrested — live updates
"Big breaking news story today because there was at least one day to foreign business associates of Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani have been charged with a scheme to route foreign money into US elections this according to a newly unsealed indictment their names are alleged Parnis and eager fruman they were arrested last night at Dose International Airport as they attempted to leave the country and what we learned from the the FBI's announced in today is they were in the possession of a one way ticket out of the country interesting by the way they lunch yesterday in DC with Rudy Giuliani I wonder who tipped them off about the indictment I'm guessing someone's going to investigate that someone tipped them off because they were getting ready to flee the country just saying they have been under investigation by the US attorney his office in Manhattan and they were in court in Virginia today actually I the last I checked before we came on the air the judge had said something along the lines of okay so the judge is holding them over oh they're so every time I look on twitter there's more stuff like this Chuck Schumer said there are now new reports very troubling that the two Giuliani Associates are being indicted on criminal charges by the Southern District of New York Giuliani has been involved to his neck in this entire mess he has an obligation to testify under growth so he can be asked questions okay Rebecca Ball Haas from the Wall Street Journal says Rulli Rudy Giuliani tells the Wall Street Journal that they were headed to Vienna for business reasons year right he says they've traveled there between three and six times in the last two months and that he was scheduled to me with them and they were turned in the coming days then why didn't they have a return ticket you know by an open ended ticket if you don't know when you're coming back just saying the judge I guess was deciding on bail or or something yeah I mean every almost every tweet I feed is about them let me go back to the indictment according to the indictment parnis fruman and other defendants conspired to circumvent the Federal Laws Against Barn influence by engaging in a scheme to funnel foreign money to candidates for federal office so that the defendants could buy potential influ silence with them the indictment says partisan fruman committed to raising twenty thousand dollars or more in two thousand eighteen for a quote then sitting US congressman well we'll identify that person in moment from whom they also sought help in removing the US ambassador to Ukraine who is removed not too long ago by the trump administration she's the one who supposed to be testifying tomorrow but although she's no longer the US ambassador Ukraine and she's still works for the State Department therefore their prohibition on anyone cooperating with Congress will probably come into play but of course they haven't said what's going to happen tomorrow yet anyway back to the indictment Fruman donated twenty seven hundred dollars to this congressman identified in the indictment has congressman one and also gave in Parnassus name both of them donated to Dallas area were public representative Pete Sessions who actually lost in twenty eighteen and is trying to make a comeback in in a waco based district and is believed to be congressman one as referenced in the indictment that would be pete sessions no relation to although they seem to share the same amount of brain cells to simplify Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut tweeted out let's be clear about what just happened the two russian-born ringleaders of the Ukraine scandal just got arrested for making hundreds of thousands of dollars of illegal contributions to trump's really Shen F. Y. I. None of this is on the level so that's what that's what Chris Murphy said here's Bill Sweeney he's the assistant director of the FBI's New York field office in their little press announcement of the indictment just about an hour ago last night at Washington does International Airport the FBI live in Eagle on campaign finance related charges as they attempted to leave the United States Andre Kukushkin was arrested in San Francisco shortly thereafter David Korea the fourth individual charged in today's indictment is in our custody campaign finance dance laws exists for a reason the American people expect and deserve an election process that has not been corrupted by the influence of foreign interest and the public has a right to know the true source of campaign contributions laws make up the fabric of who we are as a nation these allegations are not about some technicality a civil violation or an error on a form this investigation is about corrupt behavior deliberate lawbreaking you hear that the FBI takes the obligation tackle corruption seriously there are no exceptions to this rule we gather evidence we collect facts and we will act on them when appropriate as Jeff mentioned our investigation will continue the investigation will continue so that's the official word from the FBI now I recorded this update from NBC News a few hours ago things may have changed since then but this is Tom Winter on the arrest of these to what you know all the news reports are identifying them as russian-born they are but from what I can gather what I understand is they're both American citizens now according to the indictment outer about may or in June of two thousand eighteen partisan firm and the two people that were talking about committed to raise twenty thousand dollars more for them sitting US congressman identified as congressman number one in addition to that they were going to raise some funds here I'm just going to kind of skim through this As far as another account that he had at around the same time foreignness infirm and committed to raising those funds for Congressman Parnasse met with Congressman one in soccer Congressman's assistance in causing the government to remove or recall the then US ambassador to Ukraine parties efforts to remove the ambassador were conducted at least in part at the request of one or more Ukrainian government officials moreover in an effort to reach their contribution commitment to congressman one of their political goals in about June two thousand eighteen after Framingham already made the maximum seventy twenty seven hundred dollar contribution a congressman one paid for another minimum twenty seven hundred contract Asian to congressman that was made in reported in Parnassus name essentially what we're talking about here is that these people were donating directly in illegally into a den sitting US Congressperson lovely clear if that person is still in Congress they're not identified in the court papers in order to remove a recall the bastard or something that actually did occur dishes that they describe how money came from a foreign national through these men as part of their conspiracy it'd be donated to those political causes mentioned before as you stated both are expected to appear in court later today I'm just going through the indictment now it's twenty one page and diepen that's been handed up and has just become unsealed that's why we have a copy of it this is now the second time that a foreign national or foreign nationals have been able to you basically flow of money through US persons into a political account or campaign account or some sort of a grow president trump fund that's Tom Winners from NBC News since that a report there's been more developments just just coming one after another after another here's a couple a kaitlan collins of CNN tweeted the US Attorney said the three hundred and twenty five thousand dollar donate shen get that amount that partisan firm and made to committee one I think that's congressman one it should have been one of the largest donations it had received CNN has ident- Oak Committee CNN has identified that committee as America first action it's chaired by Linda McMahon the former head of the small business administration oh I didn't realize she was already out okay then Rudy Giuliani's indicted UK Ukraine henchman gave thousands of dollars to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Oh and the dragnet gets wider and wider lovely there's all kinds of stuff empty wheel our friend Marcy Wheeler tweeted so three days ago doubt he's the attorney represent joining these two guys who used to be trump's attorney member the Chunky Guy Anyway three days ago dowd says Parnasse and Fruman won't testify then the White House releases Cipriani's letter that a page letter refusing to cooperate and DOJ says USB Nixon was wrongly decided then Rudy lunches with the accused criminals then they try to flee the country oh what a tangled web we weave yeah
"assistant director" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Premise we continue more Morgan former chief of border patrol under the Obama administration calling out the alarms that this is a real crisis. It's never been this bad. And yeah, there's drugs there's drug cartels. There's gangs. There's people dying. There are violent assaults went on doing anything about it. Except Democrats say no, there's no crisis. I wanna ask you one question. And this goes to your your retirement, your capacity your history as the assistant director of the FBI me along with, you know, a non samba cast of maybe about a dozen sixteen people for the last two years. Sadly is somebody you know, his mother was a prison guard and dad my dad worked in family court probation in many family in law enforcement, really is hurt me to have to see an expose corruption. Not among rank and file field agents special agents, but among the upper echelon in the FBI involved in rigging in. Investigate into Hillary, lying and purposely committing fraud on a Pfizer court, literally favoring one candidate over another and trying to blood in duly elected president. I don't know if you see it the same way as I don't know if you're following it the way I have been, but I just wanted to know what you thought of it. So I I am Sean. And here's one thing that I I want to say thank you because I think it's careful when we go we talk about the agreed mistakes that were made by the leaders in the guy that I appreciate from spending twenty years that you separate those sixteen people from the the rest the thirty thousand plus employees that every day all day throughout this whole thing continue to do their job, and they weren't part of this. And they're just as disgusted and disappointed. You are and the rest of the country aware at an FBI pin every night. Now, put my friends in the FBI absolutely believe you I've seen that so day. And so so thank you for that. But but the goal your question. Yeah. I I am with you. There are people the highest levels. So very small select few that that surrounded themselves with each other confirmation bias and serious mistakes were made I think mistakes in faster, and then I think, you know, steak that have gone and fueled the perception of really bad thing happened as well. And I I'm just glad I'm convinced times we're committed I think they abused power. You can't commit a fraud on a FIS accord, nor you allow to Reagan investigation because you'd think one candidate should win one hundred million zero. I think right. I tell you there is enough. You know, it's so funny. We're we're talking about their Predication us to to open the case against the president and into the special counsel, etc. Well, I think from from my twenty five years alone. Forcement there's more than enough Predication to open the cases on everything that you just talked about there. Absolutely is and I can tell you the day. Here's where the right by Mr.. Kony law, the rank and file it was when he came out and his congressional testimony and said that he had none leaked and official bureau. File the even some of the holdover believers he lost in the tap point that that that's incredulous at absolute we don't do that. And it it would not this is what does I know I've been around law enforcement people my whole life. I mean, it's salt of the earth people. I mean, the only two day the my family growing up with a with the two sons of Irish immigrants that became B I agents, and and and one is passed away the other here's me, and he says, I agree with you like every other guy now. So there is a make that distinction on purpose. You're a real outspoken hero. Mark morgan. Thank you for being with us. We'll have you back. Thank you, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. We're going to get to some calls in the next half hour, buddy. John rich Texan later today. That's always fun..
"assistant director" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"More Morgan former chief of border patrol under the Obama administration calling out the alarms that this is a real crisis. It's never been this bad. And yeah, there's drugs there's drug cartels. There's gangs. There's people dying. There are violent assaults and went on doing anything about it. Except Democrats say no, there's no crisis. I want to ask you one question. And this goes to your your retirement, your capacity your history as the assistant director of the FBI me along with a, you know, a non samba cast of maybe about a dozen sixteen people for the last two years. Sadly is somebody you know, his mother was a prison guard and dad my dad worked in family corporation and many family in law enforcement really is hurt me to have to see in expose corruption. Not among rank and file field agents special agents, but among the upper echelon in the FBI involved in rigging investigation. To Hillary lying and purposely committing fraud on a Pfizer court, literally favoring one candidate over another and trying to blood in duly elected president. I don't know if you see it the same way as I don't know if you're following it the way I have been, but I just wanted to know what you thought of it. Yeah. So I I am Sean. And here's one thing that I I say, thank you. Because I think it's careful when we go we talk about these these agreed mistakes that were made by the leaders in the PI appreciate from Spain twenty years that you separate those sixteen people from the the rest the thirty thousand plus employees that every day all day throughout this whole thing continue to do their job, and they weren't part of this. And they're just as disgusted and disappointed as you are and the rest of the country in an FBI pin every night now for my friends in the FBI athletes believe you I've seen that. So and so so thank you for that. But but you go your question. Yeah. I am with you. There are people the highest levels. So very small select few that that surrounded themselves with each other confirmation bias and serious mistakes were made I mistakes, in fact, and then I think, you know, in mistakes that have gone fueled the perception of really bad thing happened as well. And I'm just glad I'm convinced times committed. I think they abused power. You can't commit a fraud on a FIS accord or you allow to Reagan investigation because you'd think one candidate should win one hundred million zero. I quite I I tell you there there is enough. You know, it's so funny. We're we're talking about their Predication used to open up the case against the president and into the special counsel, etc. Well, I think from from I twenty five years law enforcement, there's more than enough Predication to open the cases on everything that you just talked about there. Absolutely is and I can tell you the day. Here's where the rank and file Mr. Coney. Omaha. The right thing file it was going to he came out and his congressional testimony and said that he had none leaked and official bureau. File the even some of the holdover believers, he lost an attack point that. That's that's incredulous at absolute. We don't do that. And it it would not this is what does I know I've been around law enforcement people my whole life. I mean, it salt of the earth people. I mean, the only two day in my family growing up where the where the two sons of Irish immigrants that became FBI agents. And and and one is passed away the other here's me, and he says, I agree with you like every other guy now. So there is I make that distinction on purpose. Your real outspoken hero. Mark morgan. Thank you for being with us. We'll have you back. Thank you bet. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. We're going to get to some calls in the next half hour, buddy. John rich Texan later today. That's always fun. Maybe we'll bring his guitar and sing us a country. Song? We'll continue. This is News Radio. A and I heart radio station. Good afternoon. I'm Dana mills our top story at four thirty one person is dead in the poem river area of Hillsborough county after the pickup truck. The victim was in was hit by a crushing helicopter Hillsborough sheriff Chad promised her says the chopper was having catastrophic engine problems when it slammed down onto fiftieth street near palm river road. The rotor blades, ripping into that pickup and tearing down power lines. Chronicler says that area will be off limits to traffic.
"assistant director" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Trump has vindicated is this point that they're kind of two standards of what the various people investigating the two thousand sixteen election are trying to live up to Muller was trying to live up to the highest possible. Standard. Which is can you win a criminal court case, right? Like will the stand up in N prove beyond a reasonable doubt that there is a criminal conspiracy right now, there's also the level of counter intelligence, that's like the CIA gathering intelligence trying to find out what's actually going on in real time, and, you know, establish their best guests at you know, what we can put together based on the information that we're able to find out using objective investigation. And people are saying that there are still counterintelligence like investigations happening into the two thousand sixteen election into the question where that Muller ultimately concluded was kind of a nonstarter from a criminal perspective. But this guy. Frank Figliuzzi who is a former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI was like we never thought that Muller would bring a conspiracy charge and focusing on the absence of criminal indictments for conspiracy doesn't really do anything. If all we do is apply criminal standards to investigative findings were missing the point. This thing started as a counter intelligence investigation and it needs to end as a counterintelligence investigation. Right. Yeah. I'll tell you wanting three hundred pages is suspiciously. Short. That's right after all this time. Even if it would have said three thousand pages, I would've still thought that sound needs to be like you home. That's brought down like on a forklift. Well. Yeah. I mean, all the time that they've spent on it and the way the molar. I mean, the the quote that I've heard most often about molar is you know, when they ask ABRAHAM LINCOLN. What would you do if you had to chop down a tree he said, I'd spend the first hour and a half Scharping the axe? And that's what Muller Muller was associated with that quote. He he is a detailed person. He spends a lot of time he won't go. After a case that he doesn't know he can win like it. Just sounds really really suspicious. Yeah. Well, I I'm looking forward to get my hands on a copy. I don't think it's the end. I think it's the beginning with in terms of length. I don't know if that necessarily indicates one thing or another thing the most suspicious thing on its surface is basically that William bar was allowed to basically poison the well raise summary before the actual report came out that is by far the most aggressive in your face like sums up, right? And it might be there might be some lies in his summary. Yeah. And I think that's why you know, a lot of the leadership on the democratic side is, you know, they're saying you gotta drag somebody up here to explain this whether Julian bar Robert Muller, like they need, you know, we'll do some on the record talking. We can do some closed-door stuff. But you know, the explanation as it stands is not sufficient. Yeah. The way that these people play with lies. It's almost like when you're a kid and your mom finds a joint your pocket and go, it's not mine. Mom, it's this other guys and your mom wants to believe it. So she believes it, right? And it makes me wonder if the the energy and the speed that they went out with their conclusions was because they knew that a true. Might be coming out that is going to damage them. So that they said let's feed a lie that feels better. So that when the truth comes out, people will resist it. We'll tell them. It's your joint, you know. Yeah. Light it up. The solution to be honest is be on. That is kind of what Trump proved he is just openly not lose shit is like that. I was doing a lot of Huckabee baby..
"assistant director" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Let me interrupt because the Ventura County sheriff's department and other officials there in Thousand Oaks or updating let's listen. You'll refer to AMI's office for those names. Those are the only comments to you haul della Corte, the assistant director of the FBI in the Los Angeles office. He has a couple of times. Good afternoon is the Paul dole third. I'm the assistant director in charge of the FBI's Los Angeles field office. We're working closely. The Ventura County sheriff's department on this investigation I in support of their lead on this shooting incident. First one offered condolences to the families of the victims family of surgeon Hellas respond to this incident to is CHP counterparts. If is here to support Ventura County to that end at the request of sheriff bean, the FBI Los Angeles evidence response team is processing the crime scene here behind me as well as the subjects vehicle and the home on Newbury park, we're going to pursue the leads that are developed from that evidence wherever they take us to identify any possible motivation. Paint a picture of the frame of mind of the subjects identify any potential radicalization. Or any associates at this point? We do not have any indicators of other associates or there are no other threats to the Los Angeles area. I can't imagine the stress can't imagine what the families are going through. Appreciate your patients as we work through in a painstaking fashion, the evidence recovery and crime scene analysis. They'll be ongoing here for several days and. Just want to once again pass on our support to. Ventura County sheriff's departments, I'm bad law enforcement community who has rallied a number resources here to assist in the investigation in any way. They can make you. The introduce congresswoman, Julia Brownlee. Thank you sheriff. I just have a few words to say, I'm the congresswoman who represents this area. And I wanna thank been Torah county sheriff's what I think the FBI I wanna thank the ATF think law enforcement from so many counties and the surrounding area coming here to help us. I think the partnership has been extraordinary with the quickest response possible. And I just want this community to know that our hearts break, we are a community in mourning. And our thoughts and prayers are with the families who have lost loved ones, and we are here to support you and to help you in any way that we can. Now, like, the introduce special agent in charge of the Los Angeles ATF office, Bill McMullen. Good afternoon. My name's Bill McMullen. I'm the special agent in charge of Los Angeles fuel division. That'd be having a men and women of ATF also like to send our condolences to the victims family members who. Trying to get through this tragedy together as they get through the healing process. But also like to recognize the leadership of sheriff dean any entire. Ventura County sheriff's department is they're going through the same emotions, but somehow finding the strength to bring together all the state, local and federal agencies who responded here to work together as one team make sure the public state ATF agents responded immediately when this incident occurred last night. You're up tonight at work side by side with our state, local and federal partners. We will continue to do that. Until this investigation is completed. At this point. I'll turn it over back to the sheriff's department for any questions. Do you have questions will direct them to the the right person up here in truly answer as many questions?.
"assistant director" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Assistant director, Paul Delacour. We now know that the other than the Ventura County sergeant Ron he was he looks who was killed. We now know the identity of the eleven other victims the patrons of the bar and restaurant. They have now been identified their family. Members are now being notified no other threat to the local area at this time still processing the the cars that the gunman used as well as his home and more resources are being brought into the area to help. This is a coordinated effort. We're talking the ATF the FBI Ventura County sheriff's department all involved with this. There are a lot of questions or some questions anyway from reporters about what evidence if any were taken from the shooter's car from the home, and they didn't want to get into that at this particular point in time, and we know from our own Demetrio that apparently at least earlier today. Law enforcement was talking to the shooter's mother because he lived at home with his mom, and while no one has sooner outside she apparently is still inside the home, or at least a little bit earlier in the day. And by all accounts, this appears to be alone wolfing that does not appear that they're looking at anyone else that he may have been partnered with me of known of what was going on. He said we heard from the the FBI assistant director there that no other threat is deemed possible right now in or expected in the local area in the Los Angeles area. He says it's safe right now. This by all accounts was alone. Of. Let's give him a quick traffic. Check at one fifty five. Desmond.
"assistant director" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Eight oh seven twenty five the Taliban is still on the move in Afghanistan reclaiming much of a strategic Afghan. City we get more on that from USA's Chris Barnes four days of ferocious fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban over a. Key provincial capital has claimed the lives of over one hundred policemen and soldiers and dozens. Of civilians the staggering numbers provided by. The Afghan defense minister on Monday the first official casualty toll. Since the Taliban launched a massive. Assault on Ghazni the capital of Ghazni province last Friday the assault overwhelming the city's defenses allowing insurgents to capture several parts. Of it and infiltrate deep into, the strategic city barely. Seventy five miles from the capital of Kabul the fall of Ghazni a city of two hundred seventy thousand. People would Mark an important. Victory for the Taliban and would cut off a key highway linking Kabul to the southern, provinces the Taliban Traditional heartland a new website is allowing the small Iowa community of Brooklyn. To help with thirties as they investigate the mysterious disappearance of. Molly Tibbets who vanished the evening of July eighteenth I would assistant director Mitch morbid says investigators are following up on, all leads as. We have said, before we're considering all potential scenarios it is possible that Molly came into contact with, someone who has caused her harm this person may. Not necessarily be a member of our community but likely has some familiarity with the area family members say the disappearance was completely out of character for her for USA radio news I'm. Rick Vincent Do. You have an idea for an.
"assistant director" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Eight oh seven twenty five the Taliban is still on the move in Afghanistan reclaiming much of. A strategic Afghan city we get more on that from USA's Chris Barnes four days of ferocious fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban over a key provincial capital has claimed the lives of over one hundred Afghan policemen and soldiers. And dozens of civilians the staggering numbers provided. By the Afghan defense minister on Monday the first official casualty. Toll since the Taliban launched a. Massive assault on Ghazni the capital of Ghazni province last Friday the assault overwhelming the city's defenses allowing insurgents to capture several. Parts of it and infiltrate deep into the strategic city barely. Seventy five miles from the capital of Kabul the fall of Ghazni a city of two hundred seventy. Thousand people would Mark an. Important victory for the Taliban and would cut off. A key highway linking Kabul to the southern provinces, the Talibans Traditional heartland a new website is allowing the small. Iowa community of Brooklyn to help with thirties as they investigate. The mysterious disappearance of Molly Tibbets vanished the evening of July eighteenth assistant director Mitch morbid says investigators are following up, on all leads. As we said, before we're considering all potential scenarios it is possible that Molly came into contact with, someone who has caused her harm this person may. Not necessarily be a member of our community but likely has some familiarity with the area family members say the disappearance was completely out of character for her for USA radio news I'm. Rick vincit Tired of paying, outrageous prices.
"assistant director" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Then they'll do a four vote now soon after then we'll see where it goes they rumor would you know which makes me wonder if they believe they would have the votes if they if they knew something that we don't if they had done soft headcount at that point and believe that she would be confirmed but you're just gonna have to sit through this grandstanding which again is tragic she as as the assistant director there at the cia mall she's either part of leadership or she's not she was either qualified when she was at that role or or she's not and many in the intel committee or or community rather are saying that she is and she would be very fifth surf i absolutely get john mccain's position on this and the letter that he wrote encouraging his former or his i'm sorry his his fellow colleagues to vote against her confirmation based on his experience again we can have the debate of whether waterboarding is torture or not but i can't bever involved ever be able to put myself in a position of a man mentally on on this issue abba john mccain now i just i understand where where he's coming from i get it i do and we'll see where it goes in the senate book again we could see that play out how did things change if we do learn who this fbi informant as that that again according to now the wall street journal if you if you look at that entire equation think of the idea of the fbi having an informant someone who is in the trump campaign and this entire investigation based to at least to a certain degree on the information provided by that informant who would that be was there a spy in the trump campaign somebody who was working for the fbi was it the the the peter struck mentality of doing everything to keep from this guy from getting election elected this guy being a trump or was there actually some kind of crime or or or something they suspected that someone of the campaign or trump was doing was.
"assistant director" Discussed on KGO 810
"A guy on camera danny colson i believe it was his name former fbi i am on two nights after that you know and he was former fbi then so i don't know how old he is now do your fingers and see if that's right colson co u l s c n danny i might be getting his last name wrong but he came on with me that night and you know what he said he goes we think it's the fbi oh wow the assistant director so he was he was on great guy great guests and he said he goes it's probably a goober terrorist because of the date and the timing the the oklahoma city was writer i'd mosey on four thousand nine hundred four twenty four nineteen april nineteenth is a day to the american revolution lexington and concord battle and that's why a lot of these crazy white ring right wing white supremacists by timothy mcveigh and nichols i believe it was partner was they picked that day because they wanted to make a statement so when they saw happening around there they already had it figured out they mean immediately you know though it's not black people or women it's almost always white guys right and guys will join me meows me i'd be too old but if i was like nineteen and that crazy look in my eyes and you know drove around with a confederate sticker on my bumper you know that kind of stuff i mean these it's not hard to track these guys down a killer serial killers have usually hung out with cops if they weren't a cop because they want to hang around cops you want to feel like and they do this stuff thinking i mean they become so psychotic they don't even act isn't it that's secondary it's part of the whole they'd like being hunted but they don't even think it's them being hunted saying yeah when i was a kid growing up i read a million books about serial killers in ufo's shocking shocking right but i remember and rule who i'd had on the show a million times he wrote a book about ted bundy and she had worked next to him and she was a criminologist and she when she was a.
"assistant director" Discussed on WRVA
"Software's fault it was the woman's fault she jumped out in front of card nobody would have been able to stop it jim kallstrom we've mentioned his name many times on this program former assistant director deputy deputy director f b fumes and it just a spark ignited it and that was it everybody else thought that they saw missile shoot it down or some sort of terrorist act anyway calcium is as good as it gets and he's one of these guys a former marine as as many fbi agents and executives as are and yet was an empty fuel tank twa flight seven forty seven on the way to paris blew up there and he said there was an empty fuel tank filled with fumes and it just a spark ignited it and that was it everybody else thought that they saw missile shoot it down or some sort of terrorist act anyway cups in one john gotti's hideouts that produced the audiotapes that convicted gotti is a brave guy i mean this is they had to run wires and plant this is this was not like modern day eavesdropping this was years and years and years ago where you had the crawl into the ducts to get this done at calcium was was leading that team and he is a story here at dc whispers gyms thirty john gotti's hideouts that produced the audiotapes that convicted gotti is a brave guy i mean this is they had to run wires and plant this is this was not like modern day eavesdropping this was years and years and years ago where you had the crawl into the ducts they got this donna calcium was was was leading that team and he is a story here at dc whispers gyms at thirty years in the fbi and many of them as i said as the assistant director and he said that he is convinced that there was a plot within the fbi to protect hillary clinton from prosecution and do a legally influence the two thousand sixteen election and when cow says it you should pay attention to it he he called out the entirety of the fbi investigation against trump he said it's completely phony he was with maria romo by the way it was on her show and said look obama one and a third term in hillary was it anna bama's support system.
"assistant director" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"And he's one of these guys are former marine as as many fbi agents and executives as our and he loves the fbi he believes in it was his life and he personally would never do anything to put the fbi's reputation a question i think i think i'm safe in saying that calcium was one the team that actually ran the bugs in one john gotti's hideouts that produced the audiotapes that convicted gotti is a brave guy i mean this is they had to run wires and plant this this was not like modern day eavesdropping this was years and years and years ago where you had to crawl into the ducts to get this done in calcium was was was leading that team and he there's a story here at dc whispers gyms at thirty years in the fbi and many of them as i said as the assistant director and he said that he is convinced there was a plot within the fbi to protect hillary clinton from prosecution and illegally influence the two thousand sixteen election and when calcium says it you should pay attention to it he he called out the entirety of the fbi investigation against trump he said it's completely phony he was with maria berkshire romo by the way it was on her show and he said look i'm a one and a third term and hillary was it and.
"assistant director" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The fbi and retired as assistant director in two thousand fourteen i asked him why the bureau switched to a centralised call center in the first place you had complete agents being assigned to complaint duty i was one of them in my younger days the fbi and you spent the day a listening to complainants who wanted to share tips and clues but what the fbi decided to do is try to economize and centralise saving all that individual aged time in fuel offices in offset it with professional staff employees who were instructed about fbi jurisdiction and violations and how to interface with the public and so a good idea but i'm sure right now being reevaluated said you think the underlying problem is that the call center was centralized in one place for the entire country i mean what is the flaw today we don't know and i understand that the director has sent an inspection team up there to pull it apart and find out is this a people problem is this a training problem is the technology problems this is a failure by the fbi with specific detail in from should comes in here a school shooting as tragic as horrific as any school shooting is and could be in this one was that is not really the basis for fbi jurisdiction this is a tragic local murder seventeen times over but the fbi doesn't have a lead role however when you get information like this that is specific in his actionable what you want to do is get that with all due haste to investigative agency that that would cover the territory so they can take action if this system had worked the way it's the poster what would have happened after that call came into the west virginia call center that it would have been conveyed electronically or on the phone to the miami office and the miami office could have taken it to the parkland florida broward county authorities very quickly perhaps that it could have been married up with the numerous local calls that had occurred this young man was flashing red and some proactive action should have occurred.
"assistant director" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And he also murders animals that is not enough to evidently to get you arrested but man is that a siren yes ron housego was on target last night whose great guys always on our show was a former assistant director the fbi would have audi what was possible cut nine at first blush i think the fbi worked within its guidelines the fbi is bound by document about this thick snow is the dialogue they take that to bible very seriously and it's really a document that's meant to limit the the power of the fbi keep them from excess and that guides when the circumstances in which they can open a case uh the techniques that they can use in pursuing a case very often when they must close the case that document is intended to protect the organization is intended to protect you in i from fbi excesses d i guess usually takes a sheriff's alarmed enough to take more of an action but in a school of three two of two to three thousand in a county that big a candidates known to be the uh safer than eighty five percent of the other cities in the country counties in the country i guess the sheriff didn't feel enough that there was an ever enough to charge them or there was ever enough to watch and follow him and that was a mistake because he potted and planned and executed this plan where he came in fifteen minutes before the end of the day new security was light at the end of the day new to pull the fire alarm would automatically open up the all the doors when that was done and it was a smart enough new did know even knowing how to get out and he did all those things killing seventeen and it could have been worse so many heroic stories one of which was his football coach who scott heard about the shooting from a from a student quickly i had the.
"assistant director" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"On unmasking it ended up being allied ended up that he was nothing more than a career for the white house and it just may be if he is a career for the white house here to help donald trump who has admitted the past couple of days he's doing this to undermine the investigation to undermine the credibility of the investigators against him dozen that lying devon moon as up as somebody that should be looked at for obstructing this investigation i'm in agreement and in fact if you want further evidence of his actual intention which is so critical to the obstruction statute just look look at look at normal oversight versus what he's doing this is an oversight i spent 25 years in the fbi i served as assistant director during my time as assistant director i lost count of the number of times i went to the hill i briefed the house and senate intelligence committee's judiciary homeland security committee's everybody in the hoover building on pennsylvania avenue understands that congress represents the people and they oversee the fbi but this is an oversight just as paul ryan is claiming it's oversight this is friendly fire aimed directly at the fbi why do i say that if congressman newness truly had the intention of helping out the fbi getting they're getting their act together correcting the record for a bad face affidavit he could go to the face a judge the chief judge of the face a court the department of justice inspector general or hand his allegation directly to christopher ray who has been appointed by.
"assistant director" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And she's been all over this has not been proven wrong in any place but rocard's version abajian the fbi uh the doj and this administration as they went to find out if they were treated fairly in the president elect phase and in the runup to the election face and maybe even further back before the prison after the present got the nomination i cannot wait to talk to run haas go he us the former fbi assistant director uh he's a prisoner law enforcement legal defense fund and used to work with robert muller but keep in mind this really not about robert muller the you people getting his blended together but it is about the fbi the intelligence agencies of the house and where we go from here ron welcome back brian always good to be with you run a first off where do you stand the aside with the fbi don't release this or you decide with the people need to know if there was some uh some a bad activities go the hira echelon of justice and the fbi oh well brian i i stand firmly in the middle first i certainly believe that the american people on to know if there is malfeasance at the highest levels of the fbi within a discreet group at the fbi that that cannot be um allowed that ought to be addressed of vigorously i just don't think that the way the demo the house democrats the the intel committee democrats are proceeding is the way to go if if they believe that there was misconduct by a discreet group presumably those involved with this fight the application uh if they believe that there was misconduct by by that group of people they it's easy enough to find out who that group of people is because they'd all beyond the approval line uh electronically within the the fis a management system and they refer that to the inspector general who can do this relatively quickly discreetly and and then go back for look for punishment which could be you know uh firing people suspending people or or recommending prosecution of people so i just think the extraordinary um way that the house democrats are handling this is is deeply problematic particularly if it is true i'm sorry the house republicans if it is true as the democrats are saying and as the fbi is concerned about.
"assistant director" Discussed on WCHS
"And that he stayed in those positions special video coordinator yet that she's a move that you're in and out of a lot more quickly so josh stuck it out in his he become the ultimate utility guy on that staff video director of operations and served as assistant coach this year when ronnie everhard went out yes done at all for that purpose you talk about a god's paid his dues and he wants to beyond the floor but he is patiently waiting his opportunity and he was on the floor did scouts last year when ronnie was recovering from his back surgery sowa josh now takes over as the director of basketball operations in basketball terms folks like those the talk basketball that would make him they call him the dobo that's director of basketball operations you're the dobo meanwhile the beloved jake kunz who started a wv you back and oh eight as a student manager them three years as a graduate assistant has been promoted the position of assistance to the head coach it blast two seasons he was the coordinator player development so jay is in his ninth year with the pro he started in two thousand eight or nineteen la note that his jays been around for a long time there's no truth to the fact that he was here when anthony chas was the head coach another loyal of the progress in two thousand eight a connecticut guy but they're trying the best they can to shake that northeast corridor audible and they'll over little there they're they're squeeze net at their squeeze into the well heading into your 22 it's probably gone yeah he is he's good to go meanwhile a former mountaineer basketball player is going to stay with the program james long has been promoted to the position of assistant director of basketball operations which would make him a a dobo an aide obo assistant director basketball operations a james is a wonderful kid native of charleston smart isil whip finance major and graduated back and sixteen he was pursuing his masters in sport management will continue probably only two still do that and meanwhile the basketball cso james will be the assistant director of basketball operations and.
"assistant director" Discussed on College Info Geek
"And i met her through some drama classes at my school of ends i knew that she would be good for casting and else knew the to be good for working with actors on their lines and portraying the emotions that i wanted and so i brought iran in november and so i had to teach my second this is director just a few things about what being a second assistant director is and that's things like call sheets and locations and but she she knew everything about acting and about all of the other things that i wanted from the casting director annacone writer and so she was able to do that and from there i found a first assistant director who had absolutely no film experience whatsoever and so teaching him um the things that i wanted a first assistant director to be doing which is things like also mainly locations come in charge of that i as uh the second this is director shots that up and shop planning uh the first is this directors mainly in charge of time time management and so i i had to to teach him and i sent him some links and some film riot stuff and some rocket jump film school and that's how i taught most of my crew from videos from rocket trump film school if such a good channel a fantastic channel a jumped of it so it seems like you yourself have a pretty good grasp on what all these different roles do so how did you learn these things because it's not it's not like you're just going deep on one subject do seem to have a pretty firm grasp on every single part of the production process.