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"brandon friedman" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"And this war-torn must include a plan addressing the immigration detention system For those currently in jail they are at risk especially now with kovin so we need to think of a comprehensive System right now through the administration to stop the deportations and to ensure that people are able to have a fair day in court and that we have a system that ensures equitable and just a adjudication that ms another executive order is supposed to deal with reuniting the broken up families at the border the very controversial policy from the last administration. Are you confident that the government can successfully do that. I really hope so. I really i really trust and trust the government will do it The first thing you just stop separated families right now in the second thing is just trying to find out the parents. Those children still being separated from their parents. David applegate you mentioned as a constitutional conservative. You like this legislation especially the fact that it is legislation and not being done through executive orders do you believe there are ten republicans in the senate that would sign on assuming that the senate keeps its filibuster rules and they would need sixty to effectively pass legislation. Mitch mcconnell is is better counting votes than i m peres but i have genuinely ho at genuine hopes. He's me that he and new majority leader. Chuck schumer will work together to Iron out any issues that they may have an put this together because this is clearly going to pass downs. And we're i entirely agree with that. David died and i disagree with mary. Is that this needs to be handled as legislation by the people speaking through their representatives. So that we can actually comprehensive immigration form before is our new age as had a hundred be orcas says rather than implement things through executive order which is to illuminate people from the other party. You'd be subject to reversal whenever you administration comes the new the new. Dhs had married mega to respond to that. No i mean. I am fully support of legislative. Change believe you me. We need a major shift. And i think this legislative proposal that the administration has presented is a bowl of proposal that we've never seen before so i am totally in favor of that but in the meantime is tevi mentioned we cannot continue to separate families in our communities or stop people securing protection under our us asylum laws so we need something in the intermediate until congress moves forward. Which i have. I'm very hopeful for again. That was the conversation from earlier this week. Now to brandon friedman with a look. What's on tap for tomorrow google..
"brandon friedman" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"And now code brady scott. How would you describe the role of respiratory therapists amidst this kovin pandemic. Well a lot of the individuals that were taking care of Because they're they're dealing with kovin are in pre severe restaurant failure so royal restroom. There are using devices to help them breathe easier to improve their oxygen levels. Sometimes we have to use devices the breath for them. If they're critically ill so the we restaurant there do this for a lot of folks but The kobe night that the covid nineteen population are really challenging during this time so use devices other than respirators themselves. There are other tools at your disposal. Is that what you're saying. So you know we. We make a lot of attempts to try to keep people off those mechanical ventilators in the first place so Something commonly Something that we use commonly it would be high flow nasal kanye oxygen therapy or non invasive ventilation which is which is similar to putting a patient on a the breathing machines with the indo trae throw to was actually with al too. So the patient doesn't have to be sedated heavily and paralyzing those things so it's a way to keep patient awake and prevent them from going on those machines in the first place neither pros. We understand that. A patient's condition can change very dramatically. Very quickly could you. Could you talk about that any experience. You've had slowly. Well i've seen due to the media. You know a lot of people. Try to simplify cove and say it's not real. It's not serious. And i think that has caused delay in a lot of our patients coming into the er and by the time they do come to the er They need to be on. Oxygen like Rated with saying an easel kanye la and depending on how low the oxygen levels are. We've seen it where we had to start them on high nasal kenya or by tapper c-pap with by cpac a regulator oxygenation very well by drawing their blood and checking oxygenation levels. But unfortunately there are times where it's just chew grave and we do have to intubate and brady scott. How about that. How quickly can a patient's condition change very quickly The if you're referring to cove nineteen in the individuals with covid nineteen to be frank. Some of those folks really deteriorate very quickly with us as as she just said you know some folks come to emergency room and they're very sick and they deteriorate very quickly and have to be placed on those mechanical ventilation in the emergency department even before they're admitted to the floor of the hospital or bad. So and then we're even seeing folks that are are that have been admitted. still deteriorate At the bedside and have to be intimated Which is that that means putting the reason to bed very quickly. so that's pretty common actually night pres- winter sand. As we mentioned that there's a shortage of respiratory therapists. And what can you tell us about burnout that some respiratory therapist might be experiencing for example. What kinds of ours are a lot of you working. We're working our normal shifts and covering extra ships you don't see them overstaff also test positive in the near gone for two weeks at a time. So we're picking up the slack from that or there's just so many patients on ventilators are point system that we work on the points are very high requiring extra respiratory therapists that we do not have so we have seek out agency therapists to come and help us on staff and you know. We're working twelve sixteen hour days sometimes five six times a week rather than our normal three to four shifts so week brady scott how. 'bout that how do you assess the shortage in your profession and what it means in this moment. Well you clearly. In the said in the beginning we shortage in the profession even before the covid nineteen pandemic. I think what this pandemic is just highlighted. That reality You know our restaurant service have been asked to work a lot of our shifts. They don't normally work during the surge Some restaurant therapist went from their like pulmonary function. Labs back to working at the bedside again Know a lot of people shifted around. So you know again. I think that that raising awareness of the restaurant therapy professions important And then you know a hold that after the pandemic than people towards our profession as a career opportunity to help people and and really filled up a lot of the jobs that are available nowadays right now in chicago about eighty percent of staffed. Icu beds are occupied. And about thirty. Two percent of ventilators are being used. That's according to state data on either with another more. Contagious strain. Just stayed away in both indiana and wisconsin. How concerned about you that this could change. Those numbers could go up. I do feel they will change especially hearing that it's more contagious and a lot of people are still not following simple rules. Such as wearing masks and a lot of people are scared to get the vaccine. I mean i've done the vaccine. So hopefully we can start developing a herd immunity and get out of this new strain. That's coming our way but you know we're fully staffed we got our ventilators and we're ready. We're ready to take on the fight night. Perot's brady scott. We hope that we wish you the best with that fight. And we all hope everybody's say that that fight soon diminishes somewhat many thanks to you. Both and i'll paris we go back to you. Thanks phil and now. We check back in with brandon friedman. Who's calling entering. Tonight's show in north one dell part of our chicago tonight in your neighborhood series brandis impairs earlier today. We stopped by the.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"True. There is no such thing as a fat tree is what the leader says it is what were is enormously is the president has created a narrative that says if I I will not accept any outcome unless I win in if I do not win. Then by definition, the election is rick even covers absolutely no evidence. But when people get their information from echo chambers, all the s to do is keep repeating that mantra I mean the Nazis called it the big live save big big often and stand forcefully and people are GonNa believe in that to me is what could be real trigger violence and other paid you heard go ahead Robert. The violence here Peres is that what the politicians who stoked violence do is they use it for excuses so yeah, here is not that you need gigantic violence you just need enough violence maybe a pre saying here or there justice department watchdogs or seeing it that allows president trump to us more and more of his powers so that he's able to stop the counts of the vote. So the game here is not just what happens on day one I'm trying to explain the game is about stopping the counting of the vote because unless there's some overwhelming tidal wave in favor of cresent trump on on election day what we? Are, all expecting is it there will be an advantage for president trump on on day one that will dissipate over time. So there'll be some advantage, but we'll be expecting that male and bow in many states will dissipate that advantage. So it will have it would have to be huge advantage for president trump to overcome that coming bluewave. All right. I'm sorry to Robert WE'RE GONNA have to leave it there we and we should mention we're going to have the head of the Chicago Division of the FBI tomorrow on to talk about this very subject. So don't miss that tomorrow and our thanks again to Tom Kite and Robert Pape CHICAGO. Public School Students are on day twenty of remote learning, this school year but the district and the Chicago Teachers Union are at odds over whether certain staffers should still be in CPS buildings raises concerns about whether the buildings will be safe for students. Eventual Return Brandon Friedman joins us now is what's the concern here from the? Paris. There are about nine thousand staff members working across the school districts, six hundred plus school buildings. Now of them about one thousand, our CTO members working full-time as clerks, assistance and technology coordinators. The union argues that under its contract, the district must provide quote safe and healthful working conditions. Last week, an arbitrator ruled in the unions favor that school buildings are not safe and gave the district in the union two days to come up with a more suitable option during an early morning press conference. Today, we heard from some of those clerks before they reported to work at their schools. Some schools are deplorable. They have no P. P clerks have been forced to come into these buildings mostly women. Mostly, black and Brown women. Most women who are the head of the household who has to make a choice we can do some of our work from home and we should be given the opportunity to work remotely to still take care of the needs of the parents. The. Union argues that back in the spring, these clerks were allowed to work from home when schools initially closed down and they are asking for continuation of that part of the Union's argument is that sixty percent of buildings were built before nineteen fifty and sixty percent lack essential air ventilation, and they think the district should make some serious upgrades before returning to schools. So. CPS must do the following. Firstly. Must Accept Reality that covid nineteen is airborne. Extremely dangerous and contagious. That telling people to wear mass stay six feet apart is not enough to make people safe that they must improve the air quality inside their buildings must upgrade ventilation and they must upgrade air purification. Now all of this comes on the heels of the death of a teacher at Funston elementary school in Logan. Square Olga. The union says the fifty eight year old had worked intermittently in her building from the start of the school year through September tenth. She was taking the Er on September eleventh and she died late last week. The union says nine workers have died and that cases are rising CPS Ernie, tragic news brands. We don't WanNa hear that what what is the union want the district to do? So the Vice President Vice President, Stacy Davis Gates, calling on the district. To implement better testing especially in communities with higher positive rates, they also like to see strengthened contact tracing in those communities. Now, the arbitrator's ruling gave the two sides two days to come up with a suitable solution to having quirks working in the building. Now, depending on who you ask those two days either ended last night or they end tomorrow night CPS says though it disagrees with the arbitrator's ruling injustice afternoon filed a motion for reconsideration in a statement from. The says quote the arbitrators deeply flawed ruling substitutes public health standards for her own judgments and doesn't find any actual deficiencies in the district's plan or a single building where conditions are unsafe. Meanwhile, clerks Paris are, of course still working. So is there a plan at this point to reopen schools in what is that plan? So the district said that students will remain on remote learning through the first quarter and that the second quarter begins in just over a month. That's November. Ninth there is no final decision yet on if. That will happen of course, but just last week mayor lightfoot said that she is keeping an eye on Catholic schools to see how they're faring. Since they have been opened. Some folks are making the argument though that for students to be out of school this long more than six months right now is damaging to all kids in most especially diverse learners, the smallest the youngest kids and those from low income homes. One of them is former school CEO, Paul Vallas, who points to schools around the country reopening without significant incident. Even in Illinois, most parochial and private schools and our many individual public schools ever have reopened to and they've reopened without major incident without major problems. So all we're doing is doing damage to our kids and we're only going to dramatically widen. The achievement cap it inequities are are only going.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And for that he was a loser. And that cannot be denied that fine, Fine. What I'm saying is is about you know what I'm saying is left wing media right now is taking the fact that Donald Trump called John McCain a loser for losing the presidential election, and they're applying that To something different, and they're saying that well since he called him loose for losing the presidential election, then he must have called him a loser for being captured and therefore that that it's very valid for what what is what is OK what people are saying about him calling fallen fallen members of our military losers and suckers. That's that's initial lot other that she talked about that and I just feel like it. That air to even be talking about it Sonically. There's so much to be talking about, by the way for the record and the very bottom of it, by the way for the record, he said. It was taken out of context. And the article said a lot more than just that. You're only bringing up one very small issue in that hard While there's a lot of other things that are that was talked about. Not just I'm not saying it to you, Logan. I'm saying it to J. D. Logan. I appreciate the call my friend and honestly, John McCain's voting record towards veterans and for the troops was horrific. We're not. It's almost like it's almost like he was trying to weaken them. Military once and I have right in front of once again, just you just named seven or eight different things. John McCain's policy has nothing to do with what Donald Trump give me a minute. McCain voted at least 28 times against veterans benefits, including health care. McCain voted against providing automatic cost of living adjustments to veterans. He voted against the underfunded apartment veteran affairs. He voted against the point of 13. What's that? We'll just like his policy. No fine. They don't like this policy, and now that is Trump. But it's one of the reasons why Trump attacked a chance for a service that he thought he did nothing for Ravech. We're not talking about policy, and when it's your source on that, By the way, what's your source? Huffingtonpost humping opposed? So wrote in The Huffington Post. What's your source? You could look it up yourself, right? I messed up. The post of the source came out in 2008. What's the writer? In the time that Obama wrote the article? Who's the journalist? Maybe they're right wing biased. I'd like to know the source, Please. Why would they be right wing by his problem? Well, you think other publications say negative things about Trump or left wing buys? I'd like to know who wrote that article would like to know Brandon Friedman. Also, they must be right wing bias must be something that makes that makes no sense. What you say, Make no sense you now you're trying to downplay what I'm saying about McCain's terrible becomes the veterans. Okay, Also, there was a hole there is a group created all that There's there's There's There's a This. What's the subject of Europe to me again? Well, I don't want to switch the subject. Let's talk about the Huffington Post to stop telling me that I interrupt you when you're the one interrupting me because you're switching, possibly interrupt. You brought up the Huffington Tell me you brought up and then you complain, interrupting you. So stop it, man. Let's let me let me explain myself. And though I could explain why you brought up Justcause, I'm disagreeing because you disagree, thinking, interrupt this. We only have a minute. We've got to go to break up The Huffington Post And I'm saying, why is it that you believe The Huffington Post is telling the truth? And that journalist told the truth in the Huffington Post there just fine. But why is the Atlantic biased Because because it's a Voting record. How do you know it's true, though? How do you know what they're writing about is true. How was the Huffington Post? Not right. Right wing organ. It's a voting record as as he was a member of Congress. What do you mean? How do I know It's true? It's a very simple question. That article is truth because it's positive when it comes to trouble, and this article's possibly comes to trumpets negative when it comes to McCain would like to know if we can verify that information. Also, he was he was considered to be a songbird. There was actually a group created. That call The Manchurian Candidate but with four different former Republican governors in it that basically said that he was giving intelligence while he was a POW. Okay, so we got to take a break, and when we come back, we will continue. This conversation on the other side will also take some phone calls at 7022575396. Do you think this story is true in the Atlantic? What Donald Trump said. Allegedly only get J d upset. 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"brandon friedman" Discussed on PRI's The World
"A truly historic flight. The first ever commercial flight from Israel to Arab Gulf country. Hopefully, the first of many he said. Kushner thanked crown. Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of the UAE for his leadership and for having the courage to invite the Israeli delegation. There's really team is led by Israel's national security adviser May Have Been Chabad who began his speech Arabic. Would allow battle. On a whole over don noticeable for their absence from the ceremony at the airport today were the Iraqis officials were unhinged to greet the passengers of this historic trip, but they did not speak publicly. One possible reason for that. It's simply not easy for them to portray this as a political win internally, the domestic gain for from the Israeli and the American perspectives quite clear I. Don't think there's a commensurate domestic reward for the Emirati. In fact, there's more of a liability Brandon Friedman is director of research at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African studies at Tel Aviv University. Friedman says the UA. Gets. Economic and security benefits out of this deal with Israel. But the main thing the Moretti's want is to please the Americans. They see the question of Israel as maintaining their relationship the United States, which they view is important particularly as they try to balance their relationship between the United States and China which has become increasingly important to amherst Israel has official diplomatic relations with just two of its Arab neighbors that Egypt in Jordan. Friedman says a breakthrough with the UAE would be important, but he's less share whether it would represent the kind of broad recognition from the Arab world that many Israelis have long dreamed of I. Still think that there's certainly a long way to go before the kind of sea change that oftentimes politicians talk about is realized you within Israeli leaders have talked about all this as a peace deal, but it really isn't one. Israel we have never been at war and despite a long-standing economic boycott of Israel which the you a canceled on Saturday the two countries have maintained unofficial relations going back to the nineteen nineties. One group that's not happy with this deal is the Palestinians they see the moved to improve ties with Israel as a trail. That's because the deal gives Israel a diplomatic victory without helping the Palestinians make progress on getting a state of their own. For. The World Arial. Saran Until Aviv. Lebanon has a new prime minister today weeks after the country's previous government resigned following a massive explosion at Beirut's port the country's ambassador to Germany Mustafa a deep has been named to the Post Mr deep takes over the country's leadership as it faces an economic crisis widespread distrust of the government and the aftermath of that devastating port explosion. slummy Atalla is the director of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, he joins us from Beirut. What do we know about most of a deep? We know very little actually about him. He was our ambassador in Germany as you mentioned and his Ryan Much. To one of the political parties headed by the former Prime Minister Najib Mikati. Can you explain a little bit about the process that has put him into power and how he was chosen and by whom constitutionally he supposed to be nominated by the parliament? After a consolidation with the president. However, at this time, in fact, what we witness is actually a new gimmick in our political process where we have the former prime minister of Lebanon of actually met and actually nominated him and the parliament rubber-stamped his nomination and effectively became the our next prime minister is that a normal process let at all and five this is how unfortunately, the political elite in Lebanon have actually hijacked an undermined our constitution and the rule of law this unfortunate. because. In fact, the country needs a strong leadership and what we see now. Mr Deep Who's now actually the product of a very fund rotten political system and I doubt he'd be able to do much because he's very much under the control of the same political parties that got us into the mess we're and what is Mr Deep said so far if anything about why his priorities are or is next moves, very, very general things in terms of how bad situation. In Lebanon is and in fact, Lebanon has stocked a series of major problems in addition to the port explosion that you've mentioned Lebanon is facing an unprecedented financial implosion and I think that's going to be a huge task for any government to needless in addition to the implication of covid nineteen, as well as a major political crisis So Mr deep needs to be very swift and very fair. Dealing with a financial implosion because as you may know. This is actually undermine the political system and the banking sector as well where people are unable to access their money and so far. The political elite have actually pushed the cost of this financial disclosure on average citizens. What is the reaction to Mister? DEB's Pick Ben. Actually very feeling that he actually went down to where the site of destruction was and I think he wanted to project this image that actually with the people for the people by just walking around and basically people did not like that at all people who actually screaming at him because they that he was not a technocrat was not independent that you very much represents the politically, and in fact, they're very right. What Mr Deep represent is a new face for a very corrupt political establishment and I don't see. That the people on the streets will actually accept them. What are you expecting of his leadership very little indeed just because he's actually the product of a very different political system, I would give them the benefit of the dot but I expect little from him to actually rise up to lead us out of the mess for a better and more equitable. Atalla is the director of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies in Beirut. Thanks a lot for speaking with us. A few months into the pandemic, a meam started to make the rounds online. It showed the pictures of seven female world leaders and question what do countries with the best coronavirus responses have in common the answer the me made obvious with the each of those nations are led by women but how much truth is there to that idea researchers dug into the data to find out from London, the world's ORLA Barry reports. In the early months of the coronavirus lockdown good news was hard to find. But to contrast on both sides of the globe were bright spots the New Zealanders did something remarkable and our fight to be covid nineteen. That's the prime minister just into our dern we united in unprecedented ways to crush the virus today there are active cases in new. Zealand. And then there's Germany. Don does with these are all covered in straight Chancellor Angela Merkel told the chairman public rise away we will succeed but this situation is serious with..
"brandon friedman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So in the world of criminally insane things to say out loud Meet Brandon Friedman. Tony Katz, 93 WNBC. Good morning. He is the co founder of Was It Rackets in T R A. C. K s a N T. Okay? Is an occasional columnist. For the New York Daily News. And his tweet reads 90%. 90% of the Corona virus. Debate now is about trying to find ways around. The fact of the obvious solution is to pay people to stay home until There's a vaccine. Holy crap. This is where we are. Everyone should have to stay home until there's a vaccine when 10 years from now. It's Snowpiercer, which is gonna keep going round and round on the train until we see the first blade of grass. This is some criminally insane stuff that people are interested in. Hey, sells his T online He doesn't have to worry. Where's the money going to come to forget any of that? Forget where the money's gonna come from? Why would you live like that? Why would anybody think that's okay? Why would you think that's a life life? Uh, Finds a winning Well, not not Brandon Friedman's world Now I said earlier, Tony Cats several of Halo I sometimes forget. That if I started a network That was just based on hypocrisy. The hypocrisy news Network B, the most popular channel network in the history of the world. In the history of the world. Ah, lot of people over the weekend sent me a an article A post in the free press Detroit Free Press from Mitch Albom. Talking about anti Semitism and why people have been so silent about the anti Semitism of the Sean Jackson. Very, very well done piece. But you know here that we have not been silent. We have discussed clearly and focus that Sean Jackson should not be fired because you have to end cancelled culture, But you have to note the bigotry. You have to note the people who support it. And you should note the people who are silent about it, if only because they have told you that silence is violence. And I noted The Indianapolis media. Yes, I admit there is no love Lost. You go to the Indy star who I'm going to speak about specifically now. And they will have articles all about. Carmel's troubled racial history and Carmel's struggle with racism, kid you not that's there. They're mentions of Sean Jackson zero. Zero. You know what I've got from Greg Doyle. Great. Doyle introduces you to India. The dog. Nothing. Nothing. About the Sean Jackson nothing about not only the anti Semitism of an NFL player, but those people who are former players in the N B a in the NFL who rallied around him nothing. When a Morning host on a sports station that M s owns. I'll leave it at that. Engaged in conversation. Soon after the death of murder of George Floyd that was considered tone deaf, and he was suspended. There was the Indy star full on attack. There was Gregg Doyel. Oh, he had a lot to say, said in his podcast. To show that he is woke. He'll do anything but to speak up. He will do nothing. Hold the Indy star will be there if there's a swastika on a synagogue. Because that fits narrative. But when a black man on the Philadelphia Eagles is supported by black men from the formerly of the NFL in the N B a in claiming that Louis Farrakhan is great And quoting Hitler. Even though it was a fake quote, they say nothing. Oh, by the way, let me put something to rest about Louis Farrakhan here. This is Cornel West. I said it was a great man. That's a lie, he said. He's wickedly greet when he said some about duty is, he said Judaism can be used as a gutter religion. I'm a Christian. You know that Christianity be used as a gutter religion. Well, yes, If you think that's what Louis Farrakhan was saying, you're nuts. By the way, Farrakhan on Hitler here. Jews don't like Farrakhan. So they call me hit. That's a good name. Hitler was a very great man..
"brandon friedman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"The all the that's what they wanna do though. It's it's wealth confiscation. And then it's not just her yeoman. I have one more. I know we're going to get going but hold up. So I pulled us Brad Friedman. Has they're mad at Howard Schultz, MSNBC, quoted Schulz, I've been criticized for being a billionaire. You know, I'm self-made I grew up in the projects because they're trying to say that billionaires are immoral right? That it's so are immoral sorry. That it's immoral because who how dare you be a billionaire. So Brad Brandon Friedman who was an Obama guy. I forget what he did. Because I start hearing. He's he tweeted if you grew up in a projects than you're not self made up projects are taxed for purify public housing, your friends, neighbors and family and millions of Americans you never met all working pay their taxes. So you would have to grow up homeless. So if the projects are part of the system that created billionaires and billionaires are immoral are projects immoral. Like, it's an internet mean come to life the dude with a butterfly. It's like right there. We have more to come. Dem Trump Tower calls Joe some fun voter fraud that Democrats said never existed, but like totally existed in lots of places by exorbitant amount. And democrat primary candidates are gearing up the crazy train continues. Oh am. This guy's my new hero. He takes a full page ad out in the paper air grievances. Gosh, that sounds amazing as we get moving on you need to try some SuperBeets. I every time I feel like people who drink energy drinks should be shamed. Like, we should see them and be like shame. Why do you.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Am generous with my research yet, they hopefully rich do not pay most taxes, they pay all the taxes. In fact, the one of the CBO reports that this was this was the twenty one one of the reports that came out was that when it comes to individual taxes, the top forty percent of wage earners in America, pay one hundred and six percent of the taxes. The bottom forty percent pay negative nine percent one group is paying more than one hundred percent of individual income taxes and the others paying less than zero. It's on table three page thirteen of the congressional budgetary office report that's based on IRAs and census bureau figures. And this is consistent from twenty twelve twenty thirteen fourteen two thousand fifteen twenty sixteen twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen all of those PDF's, which I have available and in more than happy to share questions. How dare you bring facts to the table like that? Why are your? I dare you shave. You say, okay. Let's just look at math for a second case. So let's say math. What that four percent of a million, right? Forty thousand bucks four percent of hundred thousands four thousand right. So let's just say if four percent is what the billionaires are paying four percent is what the actual not billionaires. Who's paying more? Even if even through even the percentages, right? Even if they're totally even who's actually pay more. I wish I had the jeopardy music, right? Ooh. Do. For her to say billionaires early pink three point something percent of their wealth and those at the bottom early and they're paying seven percent of their wealth. That's twice as much that is. So this is what are you doing? Could you want to? Okay. So it just makes so pain so much happen in my head when she says stuff like that. Because clearly seven percent of ten thousand is way, less than say four percent trying to figure out how she does math is like drinking Gaiger, it's awful. I mean, it's just awful, smells, bad even. But it's just an after words, you're like, why do I hate myself hurts? I I actually have never done that. Because it smelled like, licorice. Yes. Oh, man. I don't like anything. That's rush. Why do people to if I wanted that? I drink tussin. Moving on taste a little better doubtful. Pretty doubtful. Yeah. So let's see here all kinds of stuff. So yeah, we have all the all the that's what they wanna do though it's its wealth confiscation. And then it's not just her yeoman. I one more. I know we've got to get going, but hold up, so I pull this a Brad Friedman. Has they're mad at at Howard Schultz, MSNBC quoted Schulz, Saint I've been criticized for being a billionaire. I you know, I'm self made. I grew up in the projects because they're trying to say that billionaires are immoral right? That are immoral sorry. That it's immoral because you who how dare you be a billionaire. So Brad Brandon Friedman who was an Obama guy. I forget what he did. Because I stopped caring. He's he tweeted if you grew up in a projects on you're not self made the projects are taxpayer funding public housing, your friends, neighbors and family and millions of Americans you never met all working pay their taxes. So you would have to grow up homeless. So if the projects are part of the system that created billionaires and billionaires are immoral are projects immoral. Like, it's an internet meme come to life the dude with a butterfly. It's like right there. We have more to calm DEM Trump. Tower calls Joe who some fun voter fraud. The Democrats said never existed, but like totally existed in lots of places by exorbitant amount. And.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Yes. Thank you. Rodney carrington. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you, very very much. A woman on a U K show called this morning says that she tells her baby she's going to change their diaper, and that mums as they call them in the UK mums should ask permission before tickling or playing with their children, heavy British accents. But try to pay attention on the face of it. Of course, what's wrong with the tickle everybody. Does it? I think if the same until I knew better. But when you actually start learning about body autonomy and consent for children when they become a little bit older. We realize actually we should be motorists behavior from birth. Modeling this behavior from birth from the moment, they're born. We should ask permission to do. Anything? Change the diapers. Bathing them. Parenting is so hard. Particularly when you're a dumb ass catering baby know that you're not paying things like that changing his nappy, his nappy his diaper. Modeling it that way. Change. It's not pay I want. It's her body. So you you have for example, I have one month old granddaughter. Thanks for asking. She's doing great. Cuter than your granddaughter. But I didn't want to mention that. I need to go home and tell my daughter tonight that she needs to get. The granddaughter's permission to change your diaper. In fact, they sent me a video today of her getting a bath. And I will. I can't believe they did it without asking permission. I'm probably gonna call child protective services tonight. I'm saying, yes. Mom, or a mom. It's mortaring that reputation and that sort of habit of checking in with your children and make his show that they're happy with what you're doing with them. Who I think's going to happen? I don't think there's going to be like any sort of apocalyptic end to the country or to the world. It's not gonna be climate change going to be global warming or global cooling. It's not gonna go. It's not going to be World War three. It's not going to beginning of that is just that we're going to turn into just a in entire population around the world of just utter dumb asses. And we'll be so freaking stupid that will just die off. And then all the environmentalists will be happy because the animals can just roam the earth. Again. I don't know. Maybe the dinosaurs will come back maybe every little endangered species. Little snail darter that ever died or whatever maybe they can reappear. We're going to die off not because of pollution, not because a famine not because any sort of pandemic, we're not gonna die off because of some thermonuclear lay down between China and Russia and the United States. We're not gonna thought because rand goes nukes is I'm going to be anything that's going to because we're all gonna turn into just utter dumb asses. All just walk into the wall staring into our phones. Well, we ask are one month old babies. Can I change your nappy? Good grief proof. You think you think? I'm just awesome tangent about how stupid we are. Right. I know that's exactly what you're thinking. I can read your mind. Well, here's my proof. Your honor? I should point out. This is. Michael moore. But before you hear the story of the can I remind you that Michael Moore is very well. He used to be wealthy until he got a divorce. I think his wife took all this money. But but nonetheless, Michael Moore has made millions of dollars in this country millions of dollars. We're starting to see, you know, it's still early days. There's a sort of a trickle of candidates that I think is going to only increase in size. We're starting to see platforms. What if you're running? What would be your platforms? We'll be Michael Moore would promise to the American people. Well, I may I have I have a number of things I would do first of all I love the idea of just outlined billionaires. In case you missed that. The magic of rewind. Well, I may I have I have a number of things I would do first of all I love the idea of just outlined billionaires. I think it's a fantastic idea. I think we should just outlaw billionaires. In fact, I think we should all millionaires come to think of it. Why stop there we should outlaw people that make more than one hundred thousand dollars a year. We'll know what my thinking we should outlaw anybody making more than fifty thousand dollars a year. We should just outlaw people making more than twenty five grand a year. We should start all money, we should just outlaw any incentives that anybody has to ever make a living and just have the government pay for everything because the government has all the money mail. Now think about that concept. The government has all the money because you know, what the sad part is. There are a lot of people in the country. The think that that's where the money comes from. It's not some money ferry. The money ferry lives in the US treasury will actually money ferry lives down at the government printing office. Well. The print the money they make the fake coins. That we have, you know, Nichols used to be made with nickel know quarters were made silver made with some sort of magnesium or something I don't what it is. It's no it's not money. Michael Moore you. It's really is. Immoral. Alexander Mukasey, Cortez close this. It's immoral. Every every person. That makes I guess according to his standard two billion dollars because you see he's he's only a poultry millionaire. So he's got to preserve his millions. So he's going to outlaw people that make more than him. That's how that's how the lefties work. They want to outlaw it used to be millionaires and billionaires nobody uses that phrase anymore. Remember, how Obama always used to talk about millionaires and billionaires everywhere you turn everybody was always talking about millionaires and billionaires we know what happened. There was a convention of millionaires. They all got together. And they told all of these dumb asses like Michael Moore shut up. We're millionaires you sir, or a millionaire quit talking and denigrating millionaires and billionaires just go after the billionaires. Exactly what happened. It was. Well, it was one of these aluminum meetings. It was it was it was a super secret meeting of the Rothschild. They look convention at the Holiday Inn express were they decided that. Yes. No longer. Could we use the phrase millionaires and billionaires just millionaires seventy percents marginal tax rate? And then it was people. So it's the money you make over ten million dollars ten million tax like normal people. Yeah. Very very charitable of you after that, you've got to pay a little more than people realize that this myth that we were raised on the Horatio Alger story. The anybody can make it in America. Anybody could be a millionaire. You know, what here's what I find absolutely deliciously ironic about that. Here's lard asks himself has an IQ of about. I don't know room temperature who has actually lived what he just said is not true anymore. Think about this. What what is Michael Moore produced that has? Advanced American civilization. Nothing yet. He's made millions of dollars. Listen again, after the you gotta pay a little more than people realize that this myth that we were raised on the Horatio Alger story. The anybody can make it in America. Anybody could be a millionaire. I think people now know that no because everybody is living from paycheck to paycheck. He's he's living for Michael Moore's living from cheeseburger cheeseburger. Maybe it wasn't the divorce that took all of his money. Maybe it was maybe it was cheeseburgers. I'm kinda tired just to be serious for two seconds. I'm really tired of the class warfare. We should celebrate. The fact that in America, you can become a billionaire. We could we should celebrate the fact in America that you can make fifty thousand dollars a year you can make one hundred thousand dollars you can make a quarter of a million. You can make half a million a million. You can make a billion. We should celebrate that we all have the freedom based on our talents skills and abilities to make as much as we possibly can. I want everybody to make as much as they possibly can. In fact, come to think of it. I'm not making as much as I possibly can. I need to call management right now. What's the deal this has to stop? And I hope we'll look we've got good candidates are running. Some of them are running on this. I thought they were all running on it. They're all running on socialism. They're all running in trying to. As a companion story. Brandon friedman. MSNBC tweets out today. If you grew up in the projects because that is reference to Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO that's now billionaire who did grope the projects. He tweets that. If you grew up in the projects, then you are not self made the projects are tax payer funded public housing, your friends neighbors, family members, and millions of Americans you never met all worked and paid their taxes. So that you wouldn't have to grow up homeless. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz. I have also been criticized for being a billionaire. Let's talk about that. I'm self-made. I grew up in the projects in Brooklyn. I thought that was the American dream the aspirated of America. No actually now, that's the perspiration of Americans thought the aspirant of Americans the perspiration of America. Holy cow. Michael Moore, just bite me. You're listening to Michael Brown. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM ninety four one FM, and you can always find me on the Michael Brown show page KOA, NewsRadio dot.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That's twice as much that is. So this is what do you want to? Okay. So it just makes so pain so much happen in my head when she says stuff like that. Because clearly seven percent of ten thousand is way, less than say four percent trying to figure out how she does math is like drinking Yeager. It's awful. You know what I mean? It's just awful, smells, bad even. But it's afterwards. You're like, why do I hate myself? It hurts. It hurts. I actually I've never done that. Because it smelled like, licorice. Yes. Oh, man. I don't like anything. That's rush. Rush. Why do people do to if I wanted that? I drink toughen. Moving on taste, a little better daffodil pretty doubtful. So let's see here all kinds of fun stuff. So yeah, we have all the all the. That's what they wanna do though. It's it's wealth confiscation. And then it's not just her yeoman. I have one more. I know we're got to get going but hold up. So I'll pull this up Brad Friedman. Has they're mad at at Howard Schultz MSNBC quoted Saint I've been criticized for being a billionaire. I'm self-made I grew up in the projects because they're trying to say that billionaires are immoral right? That it's are immoral sorry. That it's immoral because you who how dare you be a billionaire. So Brad Brandon Friedman who was an Obama guy. I forget what he did. Because I start hearing. He's he tweeted if you grew up in a projects, then you're not self made the projects are tax here. Purify public housing, your friends, neighbors and family and millions of Americans you never met all worked in pay their taxes. So you would have to grow up homeless. So if the projects are part of the system that created billionaires and billionaires are immoral are projects immoral. Like, it's an internet mean come to life the dude with a butterfly. It's like right there. We have more to come. Dem Trump Tower calls Joe some fun voter fraud that democrat said never existed, but like totally exist in lots of places by exorbitant amount. And democrat.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From twenty twelve twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen twenty sixteen twenty seventeen to two thousand eighteen all of those PDF's, which I have the veil blend in more than happy to share questions. How dare you bring facts to the table like that? Why are your racist? Dare you. Shame. Let's just say, okay. Let's just look at math for a second case. So let's say that four percent of a million, right? Forty thousand bucks four percent of hundred thousands four thousand dollars. Right. So let's just say if four percent is what the billionaires are paying in four percent is what the actual not billionaires. Who's paying more? Even if they even through even the percentages, right? Even if they're totally even who's actually pay more. I wish I had the jeopardy music quite. Ooh to do. For her to say billionaires early pink three point something percent of their wealth and those at the bottom early and they're paying seven percent of their wealth. That's twice as much that is so. Because you want to. Okay. So it just makes so pain so much happen in my head when she says stuff like that. Because clearly seven percent of ten thousand is way, less then say four percent trying to figure out how she does math is like drinking Yeager. It's awful. You know what I mean? It's just awful, smells, bad even. But it's just an afterwards. You're like, why do I hate myself? It hurts. Oh, it hurts. I actually have never done that. Because it smelled like, licorice. Yes. Oh, man. I don't like anything. That's. Rush. If I wanted that I drink tussin. Justin taste a little better doubtful pretty doubtful. So let's see here all kinds of fun stuff. So yeah, we have all the all the that's what they wanna do though. It's it's a wealth confiscation. And then it's not just her you. Oh, man. I want more. I know we got to get going, but hold up so pull this up. Brad friedman. Has they're mad at at Howard Schultz MSNBC quoted saying, I've been criticized for being a billionaire. You know, I'm self-made I grew up in the projects because they're trying to say that billionaires are immoral right? That it's immoral sorry. That it's immoral because you how dare you be a billionaire. So Brad Brandon Friedman who wasn't Obama guy. I forget what he did. Because I start hearing. He's he tweeted if you grew up in the projects, then you're not self made the projects are taxed for peer finding a public housing, your friends neighbors and family and millions of Americans Univer met all worked in pay their taxes. So you would have to grow up homeless. So if the projects are part of the system that created billionaires and billionaires are immoral are projects immoral. I think it's an internet named come to life. The did with a butterfly. It's like right there. We have more to come. Dem Trump Tower calls Joe some fun voter fraud. The Democrats said never existed, but like totally existed in lots of places by Zorba, tantamount and democrat primary candidates.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Thinking of transparency Obama always talked about the transparency sick. When it's where the Paik. Unified school district is the school board is doing something. Interesting when it comes to community comment, even the union hyphen Tribune, formerly daily commenting in this today, and the lead editorial shame on San Diego unified school board is odd reasons to shame them, by the way. I'm not alone in my assessment of that bless her heart. San Diego unified school district's decision to delay comments on matters, not on its agenda until the end of board meetings. Meaning some members of the public may wait as long as four hours to speak. Not the UT is yet. Another tone-deaf move by a district that repeatedly shows how little at values openness, and this is the kind of things Sherman was talking about earlier this morning, San Diego city council where he's he's pushing on the council side with these community planning groups that have become kind of inside gigs. And some people have been on these planning groups for a long time and not representing renters and so forth. Just and you don't know what's going on. So they may be violating what's called the Brown act. And that's where you have a kind of a predetermined result. And you go in and a secret meeting, and then you go out and do a kind of a public sham hearing and manage the opposition. That's the essence of politics, but what's up here? What does stained for the public notes UT to move public comments to the end of the public meeting? Were political leaders of one sort or another kind of forget who's in charge less. Are we the people that part? Oh, darn it. Moving comments to the end notes, the union Tribune that telegraphs a hope that people who want to get something off their chest. Get worn out and leave early having said nothing and that happens all the time. It's a matter. Of course, that's how they do it. It's just I guess they've made it more official now the San Diego unified school board. While the children coming. What are we getting here again? It's convenient for members of the public to comment at the beginning of the meeting notes, the newspaper, and that should matter. What should matter less trustee? John Lee Evans assertion that. It isn't fair that people who want to speak on the agenda items must wait until after people comment sometimes for half an hour on non agenda items because there are some people who go to these meetings. It's the same thing with city council meetings all over the county and the county meetings as well. There are some professional gadflies in the community bless their hearts like to come there. Just basically stem winder, so I can understand both sides to an extent, but public meetings should be public. A somebody brings up something not on the agenda. I realize there sticklers for Robert's rules of order and making sure it goes according to plan, but. Continuing on the lead editorial in the union hyphen Tribune, this is an outrage, but not a surprise in a district said unified. There was forced by a lawsuit to drop plans to delete e mails after just one year that one journalism advocacy group said was too often at loggerheads with local media a proxy for the public. Then they add this. I wonder what they really feel. Shame on John Lee Evans, Richard Barrera. He's a community organizer Kevin biser, Michael Macquarie's, and Sharon Whitehurst pain. They should revisit this policy or their election. Opponents will help you don't notice because you know, again, what's going to come up in the spring is, you know, we don't have enough money. We gotta give some pink slips to the teachers again, we really care about the children, we do, especially when their butts are in the seats. So we get the money from the state and federal coffers. It's just business. Speaking of telling. What are we calling your OAC AOC Alexandria, Cossio hyphen Cortez? The new darling of the socialist left democrat from queens. She's she's concerned as are many members of the media, the Howard Schultz, the coffee guy is running independent for president. Or appears to be you know, he's he's kind of like, I'm thinking of it. I'm looking at it. And that's what I'll do is not be a one party or another. They're thinking that's going to affect Trump by Trump would win because he's going to be the Ross Perot of the these days or for next year. So. Alexandria, Calcio Cortes tweeted this. Why don't people ever tell billionaires who on a run for president that they need their work their way up or maybe they should start with city council. I so she's basically telling Howard Schultz to work his way up. Does she googled his life story? I heard defend him or Trump for that matter. Well, that's probably because Howard Schultz blamed Alexandria, Cossio Cortez for his decision to run as an independent, and it has to do with her plant and Elizabeth Warren's plan to tax the rich. And then friends on the left tried to bail her out. This is Brandon Friedman. If you grew up in the projects, then you're not self me because see he grew up in the projects didn't he back in the day? He was pretty destitute. Well, the hard shelled. The projects are taxpayer funded public housing. Here is your friends neighbors family members, millions of Americans you never met all worked and pay their taxes. You would have to grow up homeless. See this is the thinking of this. Well, thinking this is like Elizabeth Warren when she gave that famous speech, you know. You make money. That's really great. She has hers. She says, God bless you. That's great. But you didn't do that on your own. Remember that speech? He didn't do it on your own. You went on government road as if government created it. Yeah, you're paying taxes one way or another look at the gas taxes. Thank your pick politicians, ever, better a tax or a fee or regulation. They didn't like. And all Calcio Cortez's talking about politics specifically. But. The old way it would work as you had to be like in the county like lower. Does you be dogcatcher or something you'd be on a on a small town city council and kind of work your way up side understand that part of what she's saying? But by the way, all this fear. That Howard Schultz running as an independent would automatically mean that that would help Trump because you'd siphon off some Democrats. Well, one poll came out on this Scott, Rasmussen was doing some polling to see how do you measure this? And at least in a flash poll that he did for the organization. Trump would lose a three way race. If a strong third party candidate jumped in now, whether that's Scholtz or or Bloomberg we yeah, Bloomberg getting really he's he's much more less reasonable than Schultz. So it's it's more of the same. This. Of course is why people aren't exactly excited about politics. Speaking politics, though, governor nuisance news, and we'll be here in town today meeting with local leaders about the asylum seekers and humanitarian aid and spending more money, and.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on KTRH
"Have to. Egotistical billionaire blank hole. They have pilloried this man in the last few days pilloried him. I mean, absolutely including I think it was slate magazine. Wrote an editorial about the fact that when Starbucks had their own music label or section that the music was to white. Can't make this stuff up. The music was to why they didn't have enough black artists. So therefore, he can't be we we've must destroy this, man. Destroy him. Because you see we're not disagreeing over political issues. This is life or death to these people. So I get up this morning. And I'm reading the various commentary on the Twitter machine. And I see that this one fellow who worked in the Obama team. He's talking about. Let's see if I can find it. How Howard Schulz's claiming that he is a self made man, but he's not a self made man because he grew up in the projects by his own admission. And when you grow up in the projects that means that everybody else supported you. And you don't get to take credit for here, we go. Brandon Friedman is his name. He writes, if you quote grew up in the projects, then you're not quote self made the projects are tax payer funded public housing, your friends neighbors, family members, and millions of Americans you never met all worked and paid their taxes. So that you wouldn't have to grow up homeless. Yes howard. You little Oliver twist bastard, asking for just a little more, sir. No, you don't get a little more. You'll be happy with what you have. And you'll take what you have for your entire miserable tour Dickensian life. You will suffer through the life. You have. And we'll give you as much as you need not as much as you want. And you won't get out of line. You won't dare question. You won't dare ever claim success for your accomplishments because they're our success. You see you the individual are nothing. You are to be destroyed. You are nothing more than a piece of the whole and you do nothing on your own. Well, Mr Friedmann. If a man who grew up as a child in the projects without anyone to help them get jobs or positions or admissions that anyone to invest in them from their family. If in fact that happened. And he's so successful. How many other stories do you have since you're responsible for everything the government does and the individual isn't if it's so easy? How many stories do we have coming out of the projects? Maybe maybe we can replicate that maybe there's a template here. Maybe all the kids are coming out of the projects and going into founding and building multinational corporations that are creating jobs for the idiots who think that that's the that's what companies are supposed to do create jobs. The idiots like Alexandria Cossio Cortes. We ended up in congress or city council before it usually how many jobs are you going to create? You're not you don't need to create one. We don't create jobs as some sort of a giveback program. If there are tasks that need to be done, you engage people to perform those tasks and the two of you together workout a price for which that person will offer their services, and which you will compensate them. It's not charity, and it's not an obligation some Noblesse. In order to get to operate my business. I'm going to be required to hire x number of people. And that's what they do. That's what economic development funds typically do because the politicians love to say. I got this many people hired. You didn't hire anyone other than what we the taxpayer paid for this level of arrogance by this individual really makes me mad, and the reason it makes me man is very similar to why it made me bad that Don lemon was on television last night. I didn't see it. I saw the review of it. Don, lemon was on television last night talking about Kamala, Harris, a somewhat light skinned black woman from California who's a Senator who's running for president. And the segment was entitled is come LA Harris black enough. Well, as the kids say, here's some real talk for you. Black man questioning whether another black person was black enough to be president for those of you who don't know. Black enough means. What does it mean? It means not getting too uppity. Or you. You're not just completely successful. Are you? You're not living in a neighborhood with too many white people, are you? You're not going to a church where there's white people. Are you? You're not friendly with just white people. Are you got enough grit? Under your nails got enough black people on speed dial. I mean black people are around. Are you married to a black person? Because marrying a white person's a big. No, no, are you at a black church because if you go to a church that isn't black enough, then you're not black enough. That's why Barack had to tolerate and I think it was tolerating. I don't think he enjoyed it. That's why he had to tolerate that racist black church that he went to Chicago because he had to be black enough. That's why he talked about his relations with this past or he didn't give a damn about that stupid. Pastor not one bit. That was his street cred Barack had to go to a black nationalist church. So that black people would think he was black enough because he's only half black. You know, what sick about this? It's not white people telling black people that you're not white enough. It's not white people saying you're you need to pick one or the other. And if you're gonna pick that one then you need to be open to ball, and you need to be able to wrap and needed to have at least one felony conviction and a couple of knifings. No, white people don't do this to each other. You know, what holes black people back in this country, and they don't want to hear it, and it's all the way to pretty high levels. Look get Don lemon on say. You know, what you don't holes black people back in this country. Black people black people could be so jealous mean vicious to other black people black people are not part of some damn cause to help each other out. Black people are destroying the black people killing each other in the streets of Chicago, Detroit,.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And Nigel he believe these terrified weirdos Todd Ninety-three WIBC. Hit me. One more time Britney Spears once said last hammer and Nigel show two thousand eighteen and of course, Nigel's not here. Nigel make it big Niger's out getting an anal bleaching, which means that Brian Baker. Is in the hot seats? One more time. Thanks for having me back or being forced to have me back or I don't know. However, I got here. Thank you. You called it. Hold it yesterday. Brian. We were talking about this story from CNN how some little mealy mouth weasel some little tattletale from CNN was trying to get the troops in Iraq in trouble because they had mega hats Rodney, we're trying to get them. Autographed by the president you made a bold prediction yesterday. That was they would eventually come around to punishing the troops that ultimately their hatred for Donald Trump would lead to these troops getting a discipline. And who would be behind that charge to punish the troops? That would be a former Obama official name is Brandon Friedman. And he he was calling on CNN. He was calling for them to be disciplined and he doubled down on Twitter. Now. Here's what's interesting about this. Brandon friedman. He's currently a writer. He's the CEO of some big group. He served as the deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the United States Department of housing and urban development long title right there long story short. He was part of the Obama administration. But he was also a veteran of the United States military. All right. So he's a Benedict Arnold that could be one way to look at this. Now, I want to play a sound bite for you here in just a second. I want you to listen to this and listen to it closely. You're going to hear CNN in Jim Acosta of courses leading this panel discussion asking if the troops serving in a war zone on Christmas should be disciplined for having Donald Trump, sign maga- hats and twenty twenty gear listen closely as the panelist clearly states that the pool reporters that are in bed with the military. Confirm gab. This was their own stuff. The president didn't bring this for them. This is their own stuff. The pool reporter confirmed it, but CNN still had a bought conversation. Take a lesson. His make-america-great-again hat is that unusual to see the president doing that on bass does this run the risk of the president. You know, facing some accusations that he's turning some of this into a campaign, stop, what are your. Well. You know, this is very interesting the pool reporters, traveling said that the troops. Brought the hats with them, including one hat that said Trump twenty twenty we will have to see if that actually proves to be the case. The question is. Brought them or if the president brought them what commander allowed that to really happen because this is very much against military policy and break elation troops are not supposed to be involved in political activities. The US military is not a political force. And there's no question the same Trump twenty twenty and make America great again. Those are political slogans of a Trump campaign. They are not cover mental. So the pool reporters tell CNN this is their own gear. They brought this stuff. It wasn't passed out to them from the Trump administration. But they didn't want to believe it. They don't want to go with that. If if if I'm what the hell is going on here doesn't fit their narrative and oddly enough, I did a little research hammer, and it turns out the Bronco bomber signed pictures while he was visiting troops in Afghanistan and Kuwait US basis around the world, and the media said nothing as a matter of fact, even Michelle Obama was signing. Some photos and some swags when she made a visit to Fort Stewart and Obama was signing all of that swag in that gear when he was still a candidate. And I think we have the audio of that old. That's right. There is no audio because the liberal media was silent. And you know, what even the conservative media was silent? Because this is a non story, right? This is absolutely nothing. This is a guy that's serving in the United States in military overseas in a hell hole in Iraq on Christmas away from his family, and he's getting a chance to meet the president of the United States. This is his one moment. This kind of moment doesn't happen. All the time. There's nothing wrong with wanting to get something signed. And the fact that CNN is making a big deal about this and some people like Brandon Friedman here want to get the troops in trouble for this. This is re damn Dickey's. So here's what I want you to do right now. If you're in your car, please be careful if you're in a place of employment plays. Careful as well. But on the Kenneth three I want everybody to give the middle finger to CNN. All right, everybody, ready mcadoo three and middle finger to CNN book around to see who's playing with you one. Two three boom goes the dynamite. Now as Brian mentioned good old Brandon Friedman here as you call them Benedict. Arnold took to Twitter double down on his take. He continued to give the military crap. And he also said the folks that work bashing CNN like I'm doing right now.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hit may bay. One more time Britney Spears once said last hammer and Nigel show two thousand eighteen and of course, Nigel's not here. Nigel to make it big night out getting an animal Blakey, which means that Brian Baker is in the hot seat one more time. Thanks for having me back or being forced to have me back or I don't know. However, I got here. Thank you. You called it. Hold it yesterday. Brian. We were talking about this story from CNN how some little mealy mouth weasel some little tattletale from CNN was trying to get the troops in Iraq in trouble because they had mega hats running. We're trying to get them. Autographed. By the president you made a bold prediction yesterday. That was they would eventually come around to punishing the troops that ultimately their hatred for Donald Trump would lead to these troops getting a discipline. And who would be behind that charge to punish the troops? That would be a former Obama official name is Brandon Friedman. And he he was calling on CNN. He was calling for them to be disciplined and he doubled down on Twitter. Now. Here's what's interesting about this. Brandon friedman. He's currently a writer. He's the CEO of some big group. He served as the deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the United States Department of housing and urban development long title right there long story short. He was part of the Obama administration. But he was also a veteran of the United States military. All right. So he's a Benedict Arnold that could be one way to look at this. Now, I want to play a sound bite for you here in just a second. I want you to listen to this and listen to it closely, you're gonna hear CNN and Jim Acosta, of course, leading this panel discussion asking if the troops serving in a war zone on Christmas should be disciplined for having Donald Trump, sign maga- hats and twenty twenty gear listen closely as the panelist clearly states that the pool reporters that are in bed with the military. Confirm. Yeah. This was their own stuff. The president didn't bring this for them. This is their own stuff. The pool reporter confirmed it, but CNN still had a conversation. Take a lesson. His make-america-great-again hat is that unusual to see the president doing that on bass does this run the risk of the president. You know, facing some accusations that he's turning some of this into a campaign, stop, what are you? Well, you know, this is very interesting the pool reporters, traveling said that the troops. Brought the hats with them, including one hat that said Trump twenty twenty we will have to see if actually proves to be the case. The question is. Brought them or if the president brought them what commander allowed that to really happen because this is very much against military policy and break elation troops are not supposed to be involved in political activities. The US military is not a political force. And there's no question the same Trump twenty twenty and make America great again. Those are political slogans of a Trump campaign. They are not cover mental. So the pool reporters tell CNN this is their own gear. They brought this stuff. It wasn't passed out to them from the Trump administration. But they didn't want to believe it. They don't want to go with that. If if if I'm what the hell is going on here doesn't fit their narrative and oddly enough, I did a little research hammer, and it turns out the Barack Obama signed pictures while he was visiting troops in Afghanistan and Kuwait US basis around the world, and the media said nothing as a matter of fact, even Michelle Obama was signing some photos and some swags when she made a visit to Fort Stewart and Obama was signing all of that swag in that gear when he was still a candidate. And I think we have the audio of that. Oh, that's right. There is no audio. Because the liberal media was silence. And you know, what even the conservative media was silent? Because this is a non story, right? This is absolutely nothing. This is a guy that's serving in the United States in military overseas in a hell hole in Iraq on Christmas away from his family, and he's getting a chance to meet the president of the United States. This is his one moment. This kind of moment doesn't happen. All the time. There's nothing wrong with wanting to get something signed. And the fact that CNN is making a big deal about this and some people like Brandon Friedman here wanna get the troops in trouble for this. This is re damn Dickey's. So here's what I want you to do right now. If you're in your car, please be careful if you're in a place of employment, please be careful as well. But on account of three I want everybody to give him middle finger to CNN. All right, everybody, ready mcadoo three a middle finger to CNN book around to see who's playing with you one two three Bom goes the. Dynamite? Now as Brian mentioned good old Brandon Friedman here as you called him Benedict. Arnold took to Twitter to double down on his take. He continued to give the military crap. And he also said the folks that work bashing CNN like I'm doing right now don't understand journalism. Have.
"brandon friedman" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Some of it may be other. I think I read a tweet today that. Oh, I forgot which which part of the administration was saying that it was also North Korea, Iran, and China going for these state hacks. I don't know if that's true, but the point is that besides voter suppression, we do have other problems voting system. So. And we have nobody here, you know, running counter action on it. I mean, we, we have no cyber security force removed the head of cyber security. It's so stupid. So anyway, when you can use a paper ballot use a paper ballot. Yes, absolutely. And and continuously keep checking on your registration to make sure there. And if you can vote early, do it, did you see what they're doing in Georgia in in the black communities? They're trying to close like seven out of the nine polling places. It's just all horrendous. It is awful. I mean, I'm amazed. We win any elections, honestly. Okay. So Brandon Friedman, who was the co, founder of ruckus on t. and something something he's a columnist for the new York, Daily News. He tweeted, let's talk about national security and what it means to be a patriot. This is the situation room during the raid to kill us some bin Laden. These are the people responsible for it, and this is what. Donald Trump has to say about each of them. I know who side I'm on. Okay. Now I'm going to read these to you. He points to Obama and he has. He has a picture up of the of the situation. Remember that picture. It was icon where Hillary isn't amount. Right. Okay. Trump says it's about an extremely credible source has called my office and told me that Barack Obama's birth certificate is a fraud. Then it points to a Brennan. Has anyone looked at the mistakes at John Brennan made while serving a CIA director, he'll will go down as easily the worst in history since getting out, he has become nothing less than a loud mouth, partisan political hack, who cannot be trusted with the secrets to our country. These are all tweets from Trump about the people I'm talking about. Another one Clapper lied about fraudulent. Dossier leads leaks to CNN and he's quoting FOX and friends. Fox News. He's a lying machine who now works for fake news CNN then how do I get rid of this? Something's in the way here at my, the tweets, in the way of I'm trying to read through it. He points to, oh God, I forgot gates whether you like Obama or not. Bob gates turned out to be one disloyal. Dude, personally, I hate rats then of course Hillary, God, I can't. Oh, here we go. Oh, I almost got rid of it. I'm having trouble reading through the tweet. Collusion with Russia was very real. Hillary Clinton entertained one hundred percent colluded with the Russians and so did Adam Schiff who is on tape trying to collude with what he thought was Russians to obtain compromising material on DJ, don't you John. We also know that Hillary Clinton paid through and then dot dot dot. And then finally points to Biden crazy. Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak with mentally ill, I'm sorry, both mentally and physically. And yet he threatens me for the second time with physical assault. He doesn't know me, but he would go down fast and hard crying all the way. Don't threaten so. So these are the people who were gathered around during the Obama bin Laden raid, and this is what Trump said about them. Yeah, that was interesting. Okay, solely. So he'll Cup. Her is from Bloomberg says, Senator Claire mccaskill doesn't sound any closer to decision on cavenaugh quote, I haven't even met with him. She says, okay, how good aren't we feeling confident? Okay. Now we're onto Susan Collins. Yes. All right news breaking from Lisa Desjardins. Senator Collins just said Cavanaugh told her. He agrees with Roberts, take on Roe v, Wade that it's settled law. Okay. So then saw he'll courses this is not a very meaningful statements court justices have the power to unsettle settled law. They've done it many times, and then he goes on to say, if Senator is willing to accept ambiguity on whether a Skoda's pick will uphold a precedent, fair enough senators from both parties have done so many times, but for a nominee to call something settled..
"brandon friedman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Federal as preferred them bernie bros right you're a of that that's that's that's who you are that is absolutely positively it well this is huge this is absolutely huge and it could be one of the many reasons you're seeing china move regarding the sanctions against north korea you taking a look at how strong they're being when north korea to get north korea to calm down and cool down an oh by the way north korea has come down and cool down this also on the heels of president trump discussing possible sanctions against beijing regarding trade we shouldn't think that somehow china is above it all and can't be touched china has real problems all politics are local and part of this debt structure is about the military and what they're trying to create their how they're trying to build up a navy they got away worry about north korea of something happened to north korea where do you think those north koreans go they don't go across the dmz and risk themselves a lot of landmines they flood into china that's where they're gonna go if only because the only thing they know is china and maybe they've got some food so yeah china's in a precarious position and one has to ask whether or not president trump the horrible terrible non neonazi white supremacists president trump as we're hearing about whether or not his style his attitude he is while defying the the pundits strategy whether or not that worked whether or not being strong with china is exactly what was necessary we're gonna be keeping an eye on the story that much is for sure and a quick one on the eightysecond airborne i couldn't s o so the eighty sen in airborne is going a little nuts because somebody put out on twitter a brandon friedman is his name brand brandon friedman is former department deputy assistant secretary of for public affairs and hide his guests columnist of the daily news he put out on twitter a picture of one of the the white supremacists and they're wearing an eighty second airborne division hacked and he wrote would love to know the name of them of these this guy who's rendering v i hitler nazis salute while the eightysecond airborne has lost their s go over this.