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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:28 min | Last week

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"So we service all 50 states as well to here in El Paso. Okay, you know what I was just thinking about the border thing being a border city. You probably have a lot of Spanish speakers and documents are in Spanish. I imagine to get them the documents to be legitimate here in the states. They have to be an English format. You can't send something to the state of Texas, for example, in Spanish. Is that right? How do you guys overcome that or deal with that? Yes, sir. So we do have a translator here at the office as well to social translate the documents from Spanish to English from everything from a marriage license. So birth certificate and then I will be able to notarize the document myself. We also do apostles as well too, which we work with a third company out in Austin, Texas. So you don't even look the finger for the apostle or a translation, just drop off the documents to us, and we'll take care of all the hard work. Oh, cool. Apostle service. I'm familiar with that. Do you guys do a lot of those? Yes, we do. We average maybe three, four, a week. And we actually serve pretty much all the countries around the world. Here in El Paso, so if you have a document or a merit certificate out of India, we'll be able to take care of that for you as well too or even far away from China or even country in Europe will take care of that apostle work for you. Okay, cool. You know, just occurred to me. You guys, I know that I kind of looked this up before we interviewed today that a notary can only charge like $6 at first. But is there any additional fees for going out to come visit me? I imagine you have to charge something, right? Yes. What are your feet starting? So you are absolutely correct. So it's $6 per signing per document. And we do charge a mobile fee, which is going to be $25 per mobile. And that goes for anywhere in El Paso, even if you're on the 7 9 9 one two zip code, which is the west side or to the 7 9 9 three 8 zip code, which is on the far east side. It will be the same $25, but we charge 6 additional dollars for the documents. Okay, great. So I actually like to end these interviews with something fun or something interesting. What sticks out in your mind is the most crazy or funniest or just coolest notary you've ever done. Oh man, there I could literally write a book on me being a notary for the last 5, 6, 7 years I've been doing this. It's an amazing job what I do. But to answer that question, I will I did two notaries on one day. One was around the afternoon around 5 o'clock. I walked into their house and it was literally a zoo in their two story house, meaning they had all different types of animals..

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

02:01 min | Last week

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

03:35 min | Last week

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Welcome to another episode of El Paso local area business talk. This is shady, and I'm here with Marco Sierra, the CEO and manager of quick mobile notary. How's it going work? I'm doing well. How are you doing today? I'm doing pretty good, man. Thanks for asking. I just want to thank you for coming out here and to talk to us about the services that you offer and let's just get right into it, yeah? Sounds good to me. All right, cool, man. So, you know, I know what notaries do, but you guys are mobile notary business. So can you just kind of explain the difference? Yes, awesome. Actually, we're a unique business here in all passive taxes. So when we mean mobile, we actually mean mobile meaning we come to you. So our notary services, we do everything from notarizing a power of attorney documents, wills, medical power, turning documents, and mortgage documents. We meet individuals on the bridge from Mexico as well to. So if you're in the El Paso area, a Paso county will come to you, give us at least an hour notice and we'll be coming right to you. You don't even have to lift a finger. Okay, great. So I guess one of my questions is if I'm going to hire you guys and you guys are going to come to say my office or my house or something like that to get some documents signed. What do I need to bring with me to the notary signing? Okay. So there's a couple of things that you need to do when we are actually going to be meeting you at your office, your home. First we need to bring one of the following forms of identification. You're going to need your driver's license or state driver's license ID, meaning here in Texas, New Mexico, California, Arizona, something in that nature or your military ID or passport. And in case you forget something, we also do credible witnesses as well too, meaning the individual who is going to be saying you are the actually John Doe Amy Smith will be a credible witness..

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Provides mobile services that way it makes it a little easier for you to get papers, documents, home loans, anything that you need notarized. And of course, the mobile part means we come to you. You don't have to drive to our location. Well, that seems really nice and convenient. You guys are here in the El Paso area on the east side, right? Correct. Yes. Do you service other cities, other areas? All around El Paso, so lost cruises, Anthony, horizon, sokoro, fabians, give us a call and were available for you. All right, that's great. Also do you guys do notaries on the bridge for people that are trying to get married? What kind of noters do you do when you go on the half bridge like that? Yes, absolutely. That is one of the services that we offer. It is a half bridge notary. So we will meet you half bridge that we, for other people who could not come to cross El Paso. We will meet you there. Any kind of services that you need a lot of people have asked for power of attorneys, marriage licenses that need notarized, you give us a call and we're available. All right. Can you go and just give me a list of some of the type of notaries you do? And what does an odor do exactly? So a notary is going to verify your identity whenever you're signing a legal document. We do power of attorneys, medical documents, employments, the I 9s, loan documents, mortgage loans. Transfer for vehicles. Court information that needs to be notarized. We provide a lot of different services. All right. Seems pretty easy and convenient. Do you guys speak Spanish? Say, I bless bangle. Yes, we do. We are bilingual service. Yeah. So go and tell me what it means to be a notary in Spanish to you. All right. Yes, of course. So are you wanting me to say it to you in Spanish? Yeah, just go ahead for our Spanish speaking audience to just kind of listen to what services you're offering. As one said, we see mobile. They're not that yes, but I'm also say this, but you can also see them. Preston Mosley Casa Lisa is the antho. Bode is, but documentos, medical financieros. It's almost Bill lingers and own system of this Bonneville 7 8 parasa. Awesome. You know, I can imagine most people are working from 9 two 5. Do you guys offer your services after hours and on weekends? We are a 24 7 service. So anytime that you need something notarized, we will fit you into our schedule. All right, that sounds great. Let's see what else can ask you. All right, I just remembered I was going to ask you, what about the fees? How much do you charge to come out to do in notary? Give me some examples of some fees that you charge for say a bill of sale. Maybe you're doing some legal documents, translation, stuff like that. Okay, so our prices are about $30. That's where. The..

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Tickets and traffic ticket law here in El Paso, Texas. Robert how are you doing today? Good, thank you, David. Appreciate you having me. Yeah, no problem. It's a pleasure. Well, basically we want our audience to know is just kind of like what a traffic ticket lawyer does. So maybe you can kind of explain the ins and outs of that. And maybe if you let's say I came to him like, hey man, I got a traffic ticket. Can you help me? What would you say to me? Well, first I would say absolutely, I can help you. And I'm glad that you contacted me. It's important that if you get a traffic citation that you try to address have it addressed immediately, there are certain time limits that you have to appear to court and you certainly don't want to miss those time limits and risk having a warrant issued for your arrest. So it's important that you either deal with it yourself or I recommend you contact an attorney who has experience in dealing with traffic tickets. And the benefit for hiring an attorney such as myself is that we go through and handle your case from the beginning to the end. So that you don't have to worry about going to court. If you contact my office, we'll take down your information. We'll look to see if, in fact, we can pull that up on the online system, or if not, we will contact the court to get more information. And we'll file an entry of appearance. And what that means is that we're going to be pleading not guilty to your citation. And we're going to also be requesting any and all documents that are in possession of the state, including your copy of your actual citation that you receive from the officer. As well as the criminal complaint, which is a charging instrument that they use to formally charge you in a court. Now it is a class C misdemeanor, however, it's still a criminal offense. And so it's very important that you deal with these because you don't want it affecting your record. And there's a lot of problems that can happen. If you don't deal with a traffic ticket. Yeah, that's good information to know. So, you know, a lot of people will ask me like, if they get a traffic ticket, can they just kind of just put it in their glove box and ignore it? I can imagine that's just a bad idea. Can you explain what would happen if somebody just ignored traffic citation that they got pulled over? Well, yeah, it's a very bad idea because what will happen is normally you have ten days to 20 days, depending on which court where you have to go to court and they will ask you to how do you plead if you want to sign a plea form?.

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Awesome. Okay, so you know, I'm not a truck driver myself, but I understand if you have a commercial driver's license or a CDL, you're not eligible to take defensive driving. So obviously, you can't guarantee this missile every time, can you? No, the way the law is right now is they're very, very strict on commercial driver's licenses. Who get traffic citations. And the reason why is because they have a tremendous greater responsibility because they're usually the ones that you see on the roadway driving the semis, the 18 wheelers. The state of Texas wants to prevent people from having a license if they have multiple violations or convictions on their record, the state does not want you operating those types of vehicles because they can potentially be very deadly on the road. An employer certainly aren't going to hire a commercial driver if they have anything on their record. So the way the law works so unfortunately is that you can't do any type of deferred disposition so that it doesn't go on your record. The state wants wants to get a conviction on your record and the reason why is because they have no other alternatives to offer you as a defense lawyer. The best that they can offer you as a reduced fine. So I handle commercial driver's license, tickets, a little bit differently in that we will do everything we can to try to get those dismissed oftentimes we'll actually end up having to go to a jury trial on those, especially the author of members and there are no mistakes on the documents of the state provides us. And we also handle with the whole appellate process as well, because we understand that commercial garbage licenses can not have anything affecting their record. And so we have to fight those very, very vigorously because the state prosecutors, they have.

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"They set their own cases based on based on their availability based on the officers based on when they can get a prosecutor. So it generally can take anywhere from approximately three to 6 months on average. But as a defense lawyer, I will tell you that the longer it takes to get your citation resolved, it's actually maybe to your benefit. Because over time, witnesses tend to lose their memory. Especially police officers who is going to be the primary and only witness that may be testifying against you. They oftentimes forget because he's police officers deal with issuing thousands of tickets in a month. And so the longer you push the delay out, generally the better chances are of you actually ultimately eventually getting a dismissal. Now if you're on a time constraint, let's say you're trying to get a job and your employer wants you to resolve your traffic tickets that are still outstanding. Oftentimes we will definitely try to put pressure on the courts to go ahead and give you as quickly as possible a court date. And we will file a motion to expedite your traffic ticket if that is requirement that you're asking us to do. But just but if not, I say the benefit is that the longer delay that you're citation takes with the courts, the chances are better that you are going to possibly get the citation dismissed so that you don't have to pay any fines, any core costs, and it won't be on your record. Great, great. I just got a couple more questions for you before I let you go. I know you're pretty busy guy. But obviously you're going to do movement violations like speeding tickets, failure to signal on a change of lanes. But do you also do just paper violations like when people have inspection or registration, no insurance stuff like that? Yes, absolutely..

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"And then you're also going to then have to deal not only with the original citation that you receive. Let's say you received citation for speeding or failing to signal or running a red lot. You're going to have to also deal with a citation that was issued for you're not appearing within the 20 days that the ticket citation instructed you to do. That's a separate ticket that you will also have to deal with. And keep in mind that these are class C misdemeanors, which are punishable by up to $500 in fines. That's not including core cost. So it's very likely that you could end up potentially having to pay thousands of dollars for a ticket that you have that has turned into a warrant. But I can definitely help you all with that. And I'd be happy to explain the process of what we do when you do have a warrant. Well, that sounds like a lot of money for just a traffic ticket. You know, sometimes people just don't want to deal with the headache. What if they just decide to just pay the fine directly or just pay their ticket off? Why can't I do something like that? Well, you can do that, but I strongly recommend that you don't do that because once you do that, then that becomes a conviction on your record. And that conviction will stay on your record. It will make it very difficult if you are looking for work and employer is going to likely do a background check and I'll see that you have a ticket. And that's definitely going to be an issue that you'll have to address with any potential employer. And also in the state of Texas, they do still suspend licenses for people who have multiple violations. The state, even though they did away with the surcharge program back in 2019, they are still suspending licenses for people who have a poor driving record..

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Higher risk category as far as an employer wanting to hire you. And the reason why is because they don't want to take the possibility of any potential liability down the road if they hire an individual whom has outstanding tickets or has a history of traffic tickets if the employee is to ever have gotten involved in any type of an accident, injured somebody, the other injured party can potentially sue the employer for what's called negligent and trust meant by hiring that employee knowing when they knew or should have known that they had a potential dangerous driving record. So it's definitely going to hurt your chances from getting any type of employment. Okay, that's good information. Let me ask you another question because in the past I used to get traffic tickets and I would just take a defensive driving class. Well, what's the benefit of hiring a turn if I can just go take a defensive driving class? Well, the benefit for hiring an attorney of course is that I have a very good track record for getting tickets dismissed. And there's a very good chance that we can get that dismissed because even if you take the defense of driving course, you are still going to have to pay a court cost. Which court costs are approximately they have gone up as of late and you're looking at approximately close to a $150 just in court cost. Then you have to take the driving class and most courts require you to do a Texas certified approved driving course. So you're looking at spending more money on taking the class, which is usually 6 to 8 hour class that you will have to endure, especially if you're busy. That's definitely takes time out of your day. So hiring a lawyer such as myself, we can potentially avoid from you have to take defensive driving..

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"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"el paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Tickets and traffic ticket law here in El Paso, Texas. Robert how are you doing today? Good, thank you, David. Appreciate you having me. Yeah, no problem. It's a pleasure. Well, basically we want our audience to know is just kind of like what a traffic ticket lawyer does. So maybe you can kind of explain the ins and outs of that. And maybe if you let's say I came to him like, hey man, I got a traffic ticket. Can you help me? What would you say to me? Well, first I would say absolutely, I can help you. And I'm glad that you contacted me. It's important that if you get a traffic citation that you try to address have it addressed immediately, there are certain time limits that you have to appear to court and you certainly don't want to miss those time limits and risk having a warrant issued for your arrest. So it's important that you either deal with it yourself or I recommend you contact an attorney who has experience in dealing with traffic tickets. And the benefit for hiring an attorney such as myself is that we go through and handle your case from the beginning to the end. So that you don't have to worry about going to court. If you contact my office, we'll take down your information. We'll look to see if, in fact, we can pull that up on the online system, or if not, we will contact the court to get more information. And we'll file an entry of appearance. And what that means is that we're going to be pleading not guilty to your citation. And we're going to also be requesting any and all documents that are in possession of the state, including your copy of your actual citation that you receive from the officer. As well as the criminal complaint, which is a charging instrument that they use to formally charge you in a court. Now it is a class C misdemeanor, however, it's still a criminal offense. And so it's very important that you deal with these because you don't want it affecting your record. And there's a lot of problems that can happen. If you don't deal with a traffic ticket. Yeah, that's good information to know. So, you know, a lot of people will ask me like, if they get a traffic ticket, can they just kind of just put it in their glove box and ignore it? I can imagine that's just a bad idea. Can you explain what would happen if somebody just ignored traffic citation that they got pulled over? Well, yeah, it's a very bad idea because what will happen is normally you have ten days to 20 days, depending on which court where you have to go to court and they will ask you to how do you plead if you want to sign a plea form?.

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The Scam to Turn Texas Purple With Haitian Immigrants

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

The Scam to Turn Texas Purple With Haitian Immigrants

"The associated depressed many Haitian immigrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released into the United States to U.S. officials said undercutting the Biden administration's public statements that the thousands of the camp faced immediate expulsion Biden and his people are the most grotesque and unconscionable liars in politics ever They are unseemly they are pernicious they just lie and lie and lie about everything And so do their their little supporters like Terry mcauliffe who wants to be governor again in Virginia newson where they tried to destroy Larry elder they just lie through their teeth All 6 of them Patients have been freed on a very very large scale quote on quote on recent days according to one U.S. official with direct knowledge of operations The official was not authorized to discuss the matter and thus spoke on condition of anonymity put the figure in the thousands and now they think about 8 to 9000 Of the 15,000 Many have been released with notices to appear in immigration office within 60 days and outcome the requires less processing time and I'll get into this from border patrol agents than ordering an appearance in immigration court points to the speed at which authorities are moving The Homeland Security department has been busing Haitians from Del Rio to El Paso Laredo and Rio Grande valley they can hardly afford more illegal aliens too Along the Texas border And this week added flights to Tucson Arizona the official said Arizona's a purple state They want to flip it They want to turn Texas into a purple state and then a blue states all scheme It's all sabotage

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Officials: Many Haitian migrants are being released in US

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Officials: Many Haitian migrants are being released in US

"Asians have been freed into the U. S. on a very large scale in recent days according to one U. S. official who put the figure in the thousands the official who spoke on the condition of anonymity says many have been released with notices to appear at an immigration office within sixty days the homeland security department has been busting Haitians from del Rio to el Paso and Rio Grande Valley along the Texas border and this week added flights to Tucson Arizona a second U. S. official also speaking on condition of anonymity so as large numbers of Asians were being processed under immigration laws and not being placed on expulsion flights to Haiti the releases in the US were occurring despite the signaling of a mass effort to expel Haitians on flights to Haiti under pandemic related authority I'm Julie Walker

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US Gives 1st Public Look Inside Base Housing Afghan Refugees

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

US Gives 1st Public Look Inside Base Housing Afghan Refugees

"There's a new village at Fort Bliss in Texas village built to house thousands of evacuees from Afghanistan the blighted ministration allowed the media in to get a look at one of eight military installations created to house Afghan citizens who had to flee their homeland it's a sprawling area with air conditioned tents to provide dormitories and dining halls and brigade commander colonel Michael Wagner says the refugees at the el Paso base our first screen for Kobe nineteen and given a vaccination don't get on my side housing and then help them move out there combinations the military says the nearly ten thousand visitors also undergo security screenings at this point none of the evacuees at Fort Bliss has yet been released for resettlement I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths

Texas Standard

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths

"Brown. The Mexican government is suing several leading gun manufacturers in the United States, alleging their business practices lead to weapons smuggling across the border and deaths in Mexico. Angela co chair gave Katie P. Reports from El Paso. In the lawsuit. Mexico's government alleges top U. S gun manufacturers including Smith and Wesson, Colt and Glock know their practices facilitate arms trafficking. Mexico estimates 70% of the illegal guns in the country are from the U. S, including those smuggled from Texas and other border states. Mexico's Foreign minister Marcello Abrar, traveled to El Paso Tuesday to mark the two year anniversary of the mass shooting. During an interview after the remembrance ceremony, he said Mexico had built a case based on intelligent Turkey. The link between guns sold in the U. S. And deaths in Mexico. The Mexican government estimates at least 17,000 murders involved traffic guns in 2019. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in US federal Court in Massachusetts, where a leading gun distributor is

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Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Arrested for Illegal Voting

All Things Considered

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Texas Man Who Waited 6 Hours to Vote Arrested for Illegal Voting

"A Houston man who was arrested Friday for illegal voting is being held up as an example of racial bias in the Texas cash bail system. Texas Public Radio's David Martin Davies reports her service. Rogers was the last person to vote in Texas last Super Tuesday. Now he's making news for different reason. The Texas attorney general arrested Rogers on charges of illegal voting because he was on probation. He's being held on $100,000 Bond. Texas State representative Joe Moody in El Paso Democrats said. There's a problem with that bail. He didn't commit a crime of violence here. Unknowingly voted. There is bias in our system. There is a desperate racial impact, mostly for black men. The proposed bail reform bill will make it harder for suspects to be released without a cash bond.

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Returning to the Public Eye, Trump Will Head to US-Mexico Border

All Things Considered

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Returning to the Public Eye, Trump Will Head to US-Mexico Border

"Trump is set to visit the US Mexico border this week, just days after Vice President Kamala Harris made her own visit to Texas. Both trips come at a time when many Republicans are describing the situation at the border as a quote crisis with unauthorized crossings at their highest level in decades. NPR's Joel Rose covers immigration and joins us now. Hi, Joel. Hey, Sarah. What do we know about Trump's upcoming visit? Well. He's expected to visit the Rio Grande Valley in Texas on Wednesday, along with Texas Governor Greg Abbott and a group of congressional Republicans, and they're essentially trolling the Biden administration by highlighting the high number of border crossings this year. Here's some of what Trump said last night at a rally in Ohio Illegal aliens are Overrunning their borders. Nobody's ever seen anything like it. Our poor borders was so perfect. They were so good. The rhetoric from that rally should sound very familiar to anyone who's followed former President Trump and the way he often talks about immigrants as a threat. And a burden. He is still very much on that message. It does sound familiar. We mentioned vice President Harris was at the border to what did she have to say? Right? Harris visited El Paso on Friday. It was her first trip to the border since President Biden named her to lead the administration's effort to stem migration from Central America. She met with immigration officials in El Paso, also with immigrant advocates there. Here's some of what she had to say afterwards to reporters. The work that we have to do is the work of addressing the cause. The root causes. Otherwise, we'll continue to see the effect what is happening at the border. Harris has gotten some criticism for not coming to the border sooner. She said that this trip builds on her earlier visit to Central America, where she's trying to deal with those root causes.

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Kamala Harris visits southern border for first time as vice president

Trading and Investing

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Kamala Harris visits southern border for first time as vice president

"Vice President Kamala Harris has completed her maiden visit to the southern border as VP. The vice president spent her first trip in El Paso, Texas. There, she toured several facilities, and she thanked men and women for their hard work foxes Christina

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On Border Tour, Harris Laments 'Infighting' Over Immigration

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

On Border Tour, Harris Laments 'Infighting' Over Immigration

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting vice president Harris visits the U. S. southern border vice president Kamilla Harris finally made her long awaited first trip to the U. S. Mexico border Friday visiting el Paso Texas this is a very important areas designated by president Joe Biden to lead his administration's response to border issues said addressing root causes of migration is the key otherwise you just see the offense Harris also fought back against criticism from Republicans for visiting el Paso instead of some other border crossings hot spot it is here now yeah the previous administration's child separation policy it was unveiled as we've seen the disastrous effects of that former president Donald Trump plans to visit the area next week hi Mike Rossio

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Vice President Kamala Harris Visits El Paso, US-Mexico Border

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Vice President Kamala Harris Visits El Paso, US-Mexico Border

Texas' Abbott leads GOP push for Trump-style border measures

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Texas' Abbott leads GOP push for Trump-style border measures

"Have pounced on vice president Kamilla Harris for not heading to the southern border region after the president made her the point person on immigration reform earlier this month during a trip to Mexico she was asked if she would go yes I will and I have before here is will visit el Paso with the homeland security secretary the reality of it is that we need to prioritize what's happening at the border and we have to prioritize why people are going the governor of Texas Republican Greg Abbott is working to revive the hardline immigration measures imposed by the trump administration some of which have been reversed by president Biden abit and the former president will hold a board to revenge next week Jackie Quinn Washington

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Under Pressure From Critics, Harris to Visit US-Mexico Border

The Erick Erickson Show

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Under Pressure From Critics, Harris to Visit US-Mexico Border

"There's breaking news. And i've got to cover this live. It'll still be breaking important news. Even if you're not listening to be like you should be listening to me life but nonetheless it is eric erikson. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Kala harris is going to the border. Apparently she's so bad there deporting her. I'm sorry crack myself up so okay. So i literally. I was at a dinner last night. My buddy dan at the broadcasters conference where broadcasting from he he's the communications director of national What about cobbler will she ever go. The border i said did if she goes to the border. It's going to be a pr disaster. They can't senator the border without it being a pr disaster that they wanted to go to the border. And then today she's going to el paso this week. Here's the list. Yes i've a partisan but honestly after the week the biden administration has had. Can you blame them for preferring. Comma harris pr disaster to a constant reminder of the impotency of the biden presidency major slit. Let's roll the tape. Let's let's review the for the people act dead. The biden infrastructure plan dead. The biden gun control plan dead. The biden police reform plan dead. Every biden signature initiatives dead in the united states in it some of them in the united states house of representatives and the for the people that dies biden. Really the dirty little secret in washington is he did not want it anyway. The biden administration did not what the for the people active paths. They it would help. Moderate democrats

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Vice President Harris to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

One Life Radio

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Vice President Harris to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

"Vice President Kamala Harris may be coming to the Texas Mexico border. On Friday. Sources tell Politico she'll visit El Paso, along with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Texas Republicans have been demanding Harris come to the border for the last several months after President Joe Biden asked her to run border efforts. Former President Trump will be coming to the

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Texas Mud Race: Vehicle Slams Through Guard Rail Into Spectators

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

Texas Mud Race: Vehicle Slams Through Guard Rail Into Spectators

"A mud race in El Paso Sheriff's Department says eight people were injured when a driver lost control, slammed into a guard rail and plowed into a crowd of Spectators. Three of them are in critical condition. S and

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Spectators Injured by out-of-Control Vehicle at Texas Mud Race

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Spectators Injured by out-of-Control Vehicle at Texas Mud Race

"Plowed into a crowded a mud racing event in Texas Sunday. El Paso County authorities say one of the vehicles left the track, breaking through a guard, rail hitting Spectators and three other vehicles. An investigation into how that vehicle left. The track is underway. Models are walking along the halted production line at a

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Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

Cafe con Pam Podcast

02:34 min | 4 months ago

Flamin' Hot with Richard Montaez

"Though we have this gomez like behold ball and like. Put your head down to get to work. I think and you share it in the book. When the ceo said think like an owner richard back then was like okay. He asked us to like an owner. And then you started developing distinct and you got the courage to make that phone call roy. So we'll explore that later. Let's take it back a second. Who is literature. What's his heritage mexican. And i was. I was born here. My dad com from a water s. And he moved out paso from el paso. He went to new mexico and from new mexico. He went to southern california where he met my mom. And that's where it all started. But i was born in in what was called a farm. Count everybody in the area that was born. Take greater wass to california's probably about two thousand people. You know what the pretty cool about the history. There's people don't know this. The area that i was born in the ontario airport guadalete california rancho cucamonga. All that was acting the biggest wine producing area in the country. It was bigger than napa valley. That's where i was born in a one room apartment. I was gonna say my birth certificate doesn't have an address. It has a house number cost number eighteen. 'cause you know the gwozdecky. I never met him of course but know he from what i was told you know my grandfather stories of him was he was a good a good man you know. He built the housing for the latino. He built the school he built a grocery store. He built a church. He came from italy so everything was replicated of his hometown which was pretty cool You know my grandpa and my dad really grew up with a challenge. I got a little bit because we got out of there. Like eight years old or something. But you know i'd go back and visit but it was know a wonderful place to for me as a child. You know there was. There was no bathrooms inside. The one room. Bathrooms were outside. You know it was like a college or a school showers and all that and then there was no kitchens. The kitchen again were across the hallway. They were community kitchen. It was big stoves like a restaurant so every morning i had lunch or dinner with ten fifteen different families and you know i learned community because as mama grandma was cooking if you ran out of something the lady next to you would pass it on and she needed something you you pass it on. So i i saw community for san the other thing too that i wanted to say to is a. I'm not an immigrant. But because of being latino in the sixties i was treated as an

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Jeff Bezos Going to Space on His Company's First Human Space Flight

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Jeff Bezos Going to Space on His Company's First Human Space Flight

"He and his brother will fly into space. In July, they will join the highest bidder on the new Shepard suborbital vehicle operated by Blue Origin. Joining us now is a BCS Alex Stone, who has raised his hand to cover such events. I will cover it, but I do not want to go on it. Even if you said Hey, we've got a free seat. I would say, You know what? Maybe put 100 of these happen. Let's see what the fail rate is first and then and then we'll talk about it. What does this mean? Well, first of all, didn't he sound like a big kid in there? I just always wanted to do this. And you know I'm worth 187 billion. So why not? I can kind of do whatever I want to do. So what? The big announcement today Jeff Bezoza and his brother going to be going on the flight. Bids for that third seat are right now up to $3.2 million is what we're looking at, and we've got until June 12, so probably going to go higher than that. But the flight is going to be of the new Shepard on July 20th. And he has invited his brother and blue origin. Put out the sound of that invitation when he asked him. Hey, you want to go along? I really want you to come with me. Would you? Are you serious? I think it would be meaningful. My brother there Here is, if you're willing, if you want to, Yeah, like you want to go to space with me like, you know, we'll just kind of going and so it's going to go that you will launch from Van Horn, Texas 100 Miles east of El Paso. The capsule has massive windows, even amazing view that you'll be buckled in until you reach the edge of space. You're not going to go into orbit. You will go up. Reach the edge of space float around for three minutes. You can take off your seatbelts, float around for three minutes and then begin coming back and the parachutes will deploy. Total flight time around 10 minutes. You go up, You come right back down, and then that will be the experience, but it will be the first humans in blue origin aboard the blue origin space craft. They've done 15 successful test. Humans haven't gone up yet, And this will be numero Uno. So Bezos and his brother, they seem so

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Migrant Children Held in Mass Shelters With Little Oversight

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Migrant Children Held in Mass Shelters With Little Oversight

"The biden administration is holding tens of thousands of asylum seeking children in an opaque network of some two hundred facilities that the associated press has learned spans two dozen states and includes five shelters with more than a thousand children packed inside confidential data obtained by the ap shows the number of migrant children in government custody more than doubled in the past two months and this week the federal government was housing around twenty one thousand children from toddlers to teens a facility at fort bliss. A us army post in el paso. Texas has more than four and a half thousand children as of monday. Attorneys advocates mental experts. Say that while some shelters are safe and provide adequate care. Others are endangering children's health and safety a us department of health and human services spokesman mark webber said the department stuff and contractors a working hard to keep children in the custody safe and healthy part of the government's plan to manage thousands of children crossing the us mexico. Border involves about a dozen unlicensed emergency facilities inside military installations stadiums and convention centers that skirts states regulations and don't require traditional legal oversight inside the facilities cold emergency in sites children on guaranteed access to education recreational opportunities or legal counsel

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Biden says migrant families apprehended at border 'should all be going back'

Fresh Air

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Biden says migrant families apprehended at border 'should all be going back'

"First press conference as president Joe Biden said migrant families will continue to be turned away at the southern border. Mallory Falk from member station KTRH reports. The Biden administration is going to great lengths to send them back to Mexico. At a migrant shelter in Juarez, Mexico. Family sit on glue sleeping pads trying to get their bearings. They're hundreds of miles from where they first crossed the border in South Texas. The government flew them to El Paso, brought them to an international bridge and then expelled them back into Mexico. Yes, that was a little girl, but no familia. Honduran father named You there, who asked us not to use his full name, says he and others initially thought they were taking Busses to join family in the U. S. But then they arrived at a runway. Biden Stress to the US will accept Children who arrived at the border alone. But he wants all families returned to Mexico for

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"el paso" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"el paso" Discussed on KOMO

"Our air sorties in el Paso Texas say there's an active shooter at a Walmart of police department has put out an advisory saying there is an active shooter urging everyone to stay away from the area a very low our works at a neighboring restaurant and he tells ABC Walmart employees are seeking shelter there they're just kind of in a way in the back room over there and it is for their loved ones to try to get a ride home or try to get out of here multiple people have been killed in a shooting today at a Walmart in el Paso Texas at this time we do have one person in custody we don't believe there's anybody outstanding so we are advising we are starting to secure the scene is starting to become six your el Paso police said a twenty one year old male walked toward the Walmart with some kind of long gone and opened fire hi witnesses said the shooting started in the parking lot of the Walmart and then continued inside the store and a G. soon shopping mall police were quickly to secure the scene as bloody choppers streamed out side an armed officers ran inside the shooter was taken into custody Vanessa signs in the parking lot of the Walmart and she says that's where he began shooting walking very competently and she was on a mission that I I would then able to see his facial expression because he was a distance away but the walk something I'll never forget police ordering shoppers to keep their hands up as a shopping mall in el Paso Texas were cops and witnesses say a man hours ago who wore ear protection and carrying a long gun started firing the parking lot of a Walmart and then went into the Walmart store and continued shooting at least eighteen people are dead dozens more hurt including young children babies there as kids Texas greens for the people so today more our jet from their wounds in today's Walmart shooting massacre in el Paso Texas was announced in el Paso with everything in the past hour that included Texas governor Greg Abbott twenty innocent people from el Paso I have lost their lives more than two dozen more injured twenty six people are alive but injured it's expected over the course of the next several days we will need to do on going procedures on many of these patients ABC news chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas sources are telling us that the F. B. I.'s a searching a home in Allen Texas that they believe is associated with the suspected shooter is there they hope to find some details that may point to motive all we know now is that this is a young man in his twenties is believed to be the primary shooter tell Paso police chief Greg Allen right now we have a manifesto from this individual that indicates to some degree it has nexus to potential hate crime we're learning more about the suspect in Saturday's el Paso shooting massacre to law enforcement officials.

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"el paso" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"el paso" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The stories in el Paso Texas say there's an active shooter at a Walmart a police department has put out an advisory saying there is an active shooter urging everyone to stay away from the area a very low our works at a neighboring restaurant and he tells ABC Walmart employees are seeking shelter there they're just kind of hidden away in the back room over there and this is for their loved ones it's hard to get a ride home or try to get out here multiple people have been killed in a shooting today at a Walmart in el Paso Texas at this time we do have one person in custody we don't believe there's anybody outstanding so we are advising we're starting to secure the scene of the scene is starting to become sick your el Paso police said a twenty one year old male walked toward the Walmart with some kind of long gone and opened fire eyewitnesses said the shooting started in the parking lot of the Walmart and then continued inside the store and adjacent shopping mall police were quickly to secure the scene as bloody choppers streamed outside an armed officers ran inside the shooter was taken into custody Vanessa signs in the parking lot of the Walmart and she says that's where he began shooting walking very competently and she was on a mission that I I would then able to see his facial expression because he was a distance away but the walk something I'll never forget police ordering shoppers to keep their hands up as a shopping mall in el Paso Texas we're cops and witnesses say a man hours.

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"el paso" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"el paso" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Right I am from el Paso Texas I'm I grew up was raised went to high school and college in el Paso Texas my grandmother the house that she grew up in was is two blocks away from this Walmart I saw Star Wars at this mall in nineteen seventy seven so this was very familiar territory to me also than eight in your eyes how did this unfold you know because it was so late and there really weren't that many people outside the only really place too to have you know to ask questions where is where we were with the press were so these three women actually came up to us the sponsored speaking Spanish is as most people el Paso do but it but it became clear to me that they were from Mexico and they were Mexican nationals so one of them actually pulled out the phone and had asked if she had seen if I'd seen her husband I had not told her I had not and she said well I I can't find them but I can see that his phone is paying fifty yards away from us here and so she showed it to me and at that point your heart just sinks so I you know I just mention two world maybe you know in the in this in the hurry to get out he dropped his phone that's that's pretty common and she said well I thought of that too but she also showed me his I watch that was paying in right next to the phone so at that point they became clear that that her husband was still in the Walmart you did learn more about the shooter you learn more about the victims and the people who save lives there you've been back since I mean what did you see him there in the days since August third you know the bonds of tightened.

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"el paso" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"el paso" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Trump. You can't really deny that. He is shifting things in a certain direction. The person that killed those innocent people in el paso very plainly said he was gunning for hispanics and i can't think that we saw much of this before trump and for the for the reason things that trump has said on twitter that were fucking racist shit how you guys want to spin it. What trump up was saying was fucking racist. I'd really like to know. How do you still support him. If you yourself claim to not be racist or how do you continue to support support. A president that is saying go back to your country or is clearly villain ising a certain type type of person that is now being murdered. Do you support that trump supporters that claim to not be racist like explain this to me and i'm not trying to attack anyone. I'm trying to understand. I'm really trying to understand how you can say. You're not racist that you support all people that america land of the free blah blah blah but you're supporting a president president that is making people not actions because you can say who's cou he really fine fine but you're still bill nizing a a certain type of person and you don't seem to care like how do you how do you wake up every day. I'm cool with that. I think and what i've seen anyways from you know a lot of like right wing extremist premiss and things like that is they try they like go through crazy ass loops to try to it's like mental gymnastics to try to <music> separate what they believe in because this is the thing and i think this applies to like all people who are racist are all people who are extremist as spars being on the right. I think think they think like i would personally feel bad. If i felt attached are connected to the evil quote unquote that's going on in this corner and so i'm going to try and take my ideologies and separate it as much as i can from what it is. They're doing over here so for example those people who did get shot or killed. They're probably going to be like oh. That's sad thoughts and prayers at the same time you know we should just try to come into the country legally and then like you can spew all these facts to them and say hey we'll. Oh this person was born here. Well i mean you couldn't tell really enemies at the same time. Yeah like don't work you gotta. You gotta do better than that. Yeah this point. People people are dying at this point. People are literally and it's literally like ordered. Yeah and y'all are not doing shit. Y'all still supporting this president. That's not doing shit. It's because it doesn't apply to them but he keeps on repeating the same talking rallies and everything yours you know and then he lies about it and it's just crazy easy to meet you. Still have people are like no. I'm not only non-racist. I'm anti-racists but i voted for trump because now you can't you see this man. That's cool man. I think some of those people actually don't care. I don't care nine. They shouldn't be in our country anyway i want. I want to hear from okay so i want to hear from the other ones. Does that say that they do care that they're not raised at the one that racism wrong. I want to hear from them. I how are you still saying that. You're gonna fucking vote for this guy again. In twenty twenty deep down they can say it all they want to but i think deep down share yeah the saints intimate as those people that are home like i don't care. They shouldn't be over here anyway. They just keep it needs more proves ryan. That's all i'm saying is super. I said yeah the manifesto that you know he he posted online. <hes> you know detailed a plan to separate rate americans <unk> territories by race <hes> spoke of hispanic invasion of texas a warrant that white people were being replaced by foreigners foreigners. The man drove ten hours to go to that walmart from allen texas <hes> to shoot <hes> you know and kill those people you know it real quick before you move on the invasion part y'all go to twitter and type in donald trump's twitter name and then put invasion next to it and see how many times himself talks about these quote unquote invasions and then once again explain how you support this motherfucker ryan yeah. They're currently on fox news talking about how video games and mental illness are the problems of course. That's gonna always be disbanded. Yep they way. I'll know of any video game that was <music> supporting like right typically targeting hispanics. Is there a game. I don't know about the closest. One is like grand theft auto. I would say but not not really she. You still targeting anybody and everybody saying like they can keep running this game but come on bro. I'm just sick of it. I'm sorry i just had to bring it up because that's fucking ridiculous. I mean we didn't even fucking touch on the two other. Shootings happened within a nine hour span. Did you see how the <hes> handcuff buddy and no paso. I feel as if we need to bring back crucifixion <unk> personally. I just feel like these mass. Shooters needs to be making made it an example of that's not gonna change anything like that's just like saying. Let's put him on <hes> electric chair because most of the time in the dying in a way we see it in front of a woman something it very nice very nicely king yeah yeah y'all man. That's the guy off friendly oh here. He shot ninety motherfuckers. You know all right. Thank choke hold on him. How many we're we're we're winning twenty twenty six so <hes> so shop shop for twenty years and this cook the numbers could change yeah but <hes> at least when we were so y'all not seen it also saw the video footage of him walking in with the with the earmuffs on and the actual <hes> rifle into the walmart cameras and the only thing i saw i was in a barbershop in i saw people like kind of running frantically whatever but as that that was it. That's all i needed to know. I it's crazy <hes> that you can't even go to a walmart or a movie theater or church search or any of these places that you just do normal stuff. You not let me go get some toilet paper today. 'cause i gotta shitty booty. You know say you're gonna august shot up like i'm just saying wow. I'm just saying hey prefers. I'm just saying there is just so crazy man <hes> that you literally like like the safest places your home fucking just order everything on amazon yeah i. I'm hey exactly you know what i'm saying a just like <hes> who i wanna say nifty said stay dangerous. My nigga look people own guns on a gun. Protect your home owner going to protect yourself because how or why g because this man like look you can't even go to walmart dog is crazy like we're just being targeted that <hes> it does not gonna help that. What i'm saying is is being able to protect yourself like i'm again years ago <hes> i. I've never owned a gun. Somebody tries a break in and i felt the most helpless vote and i was so happy that we had a gun in the home to protect us in the home but i'm saying that's a that's a that's another conservative talking point <hes>. They think that everyone should be armed and that'll fix everything. I know yeah yeah yeah yeah but that that's the statement that you made <hes> we'll twist that and of course course mike you owning a gun like one person walking into that walmart with a gun without do was shooting all those people <hes>. How do we know that that would have helped anything. What well here's the thing you you're one hundred percent right and i'm not saying that owning a firearm is the end all be all sure what i am saying. Is that if you are caught in that situation you much. Let's rather have that and then not have it. That's the only point. I'm trying to make however you decide to take that and run with it by all means. Take around with it but all i'm saying is is that you much rather have something to defend yourself the not to have it in that moment and i'm not saying that somebody had it that this. This person wanted shot the twenty people. You know what i'm saying. Maybe only shot to people. I don't know we don't know those are big variables. I just think that it's crazy that at this point that we're at it's almost like in how people say keys wallet phone. It's like keys while phone gun like that's crazy that that's what the new you just gonna put your gun or you'll keychain like just. It'd be like that's insane. That's just like the normal let me go out with this is just a weird bandai like you're not even discussing the actual problem well and that's that's my issue with the issue stems from you have a leader right now that is creating villains out of people litter and and everybody arming themselves in my opinion is just gonna make shit worse because then you have to make sure everybody is trained and yeah if you're in that situation who's to know what you're gonna gonna do right. You hear somebody popping off. You might say oh shit and you start popping up right. You're not trained. Could you imagine a walmart full of two hundred people just popping up every day like the wild wild west man confirmed actual issued. I agree with you one hundred 'cause i still need to get a gun from my house same but i'm not really with just i arm and my fucking walmart with the two lines they be having open. Oh yeah you just two baskets full. Hula gross rewrote. Yes nama fuck. You gotta have is live. Data is just updated. It was in the dayton bar shooting. There was ten people killed and twenty seven injured at the chicago one the dayton dayton and then i guess the chicago one may be seven people were injured but i don't know if there were any pronounced dead. Gotta do something y'all know if if if they do ran into walmart and they start shooting back. I don't know he might have talked taylor. Ran or the shooting back might have some other people or you're never mind it. Don't even matter which just move on well real quick. I want to highlight <hes> glynn oakley that went in and say says those kids he actually had a gun he had a gun permit and he was walking out and you know he happened to see the kids scared and crying and looking for their parents so he got his got started running through to to save the kids. I have a question wasn't that i'd like a an a mall which one the one that you're the first one no no. He said something about being a footlocker or something like that. Yeah the the one the walmart one was walmart shopping center so there was a footlocker. how the set up was. I just heard that there was one with like a mall military guy that was given the interview on television. He went to a foot locker so i don't know how that works either. I was like i don't know who is in i wasn't i don't think that's the same guy i think. This is the different person that kim's talk this. This is this is it was a fort bliss. Show soldier you know private first class glenn an oakley junior an automated logistical specialist assigned to the final four composites composites supply company stationed at fort bliss <hes> he was <hes> a customer at this yellow vista mall el paso when the gunman opened fire and so here's what he had to say about.

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"el paso" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"el paso" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Most of the victims and the shooting were latinos. It's now a time of morning back to the soul. The spirit of our community that el paso activists says the fear is real but people are not just sad and concerned. They're also outraged. I'm marco werman also today. In turkey. Syrian refugees who fled violence and civil war are being sent back to their home country. Where did treating us like this. We don't understand this treatment is not humane at all and a big change for thailand. The government is getting into the medical. Marijuana business business is actually three types of pepper in her mixture putting pepper in the garden and so ty all the stories are much more today. You're on the world. I'm marco werman. This is the world world a man who shielded his wife and their nine year old granddaughter with his body. They were shopping at walmart school supplies. The fifteen year old boy he played <unk> soccer at school. A married couple parents of a two month old baby boy jordan and andre and sean do have your amir rodriguez david johnson. They are all among the twenty. Two people killed in the el paso shooting last weekend. Fernando garcia leads the border network for human rights in el paso. I think we are sorry now. Transition moment from morning are victims are families. I mean this has impacted the soul the spirit of our community community to now asking questions essentially why this happened and i think the answers to those questions are becoming more terrible terrible in even worse than the incident itself because we had a now the realization that this was a result of extreme hate rhetoric rhetoric in anti immigrant feelings and so people is not only sad but also they are outraged and upset. I mean obviously you've got to ask questions uh-huh but is it hard right now to do that to pivot especially after such a horrific tragedy it is hard. I mean i cannot say that he c- c- <hes> we all know somebody that either was there in where attacked or was injured or unfortunately died so i think these the difficult but at the same time we need to call it what it is what we are reflecting on is the intersection of tweedles guns and an white supremacy in whatever solution we had he has to actually deal with that immediately the past seventy two hours just just in terms of what the community there has needed. I mean what kinds of services and supports our people seeking out you know. There's been several community reactions in actions. <hes> wh whoa i mean obviously people is flooding the blood banks. People is a services some visuals but let me tell you one thing. I think it's important the day that saturday that afternoon when i was getting ready preparing for a press conference next day i was in my home in my fourteen year old came to me out of the blue in the midst of those things that i was doing. He looked at me very sad in. He told me that he was afraid. I mean this is a u._s. Citizen the least with a human rights organizer telling his father that he was afraid. What did you talk to him. I mean do you even feel i just i just couldn't say anything honestly have in embrace him and kissed him but i think my reflection at that moment right after this that if this is the case of my son i mean what is the case with many families especially immigrant down families nowadays a new level of fear that like the heat and they racist rhetoric also can kill people i mean there was a fear prior of immigration enforcement and now a fear of people with guns. Are you finding people who are actually changing their daily routines. You know that day the day the venue did they after the event will receive some calls in especially through social media people that was impacted by the shooting there dad walmart they will concern what the presence of border patrol near hospitals and clinics and they didn't want to go to us for help. Your group boarder network for human rights is helping to organize a nationwide vigil tomorrow..

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"el paso" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"el paso" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In el Paso I deployed to Afghanistan as a response to radical Islamic terrorism he served in the military representing banks is a great deal we now face a different enemy that has also emerged from the shadows but demands the same focus and determination to root out and destroy white suppresses terrorism he says a hash tag should be named targeted and defeated and I asked him about you know what does it mean to to kind of name this and and to say it like this eight eight one two and three when it comes to that Tony I what what what you're hearing from come from the left and blaming the political right and blaming the president that does nothing to solve this epidemic in fact it it it holds us back from addressing the the real social ills of but in this case of of this time that that we we should be focused on we should we should have a substantive conversation on what motivates hate what motivates these violent acts and from permit the mental health component which is a clear component in both of the shootings over the weekend in the shootings that that preceded them to how how some of these actions it's already shooters collaborate with with other radicals and extremists on on online forums like each hand and in other places and how we how we can root out those types of social ills I'm I'll share more of that in the throughout the show I represented Jim banks are you my name rap Jim banks BA NK S. on Twitter the point that he was making to Maine and the point that and we need to make is that it is okay to label what happened I'll pass so as the white supremacist terrorists we would call it radical Islamic terrorism when somebody decides are going to shoot up a synagogue like they did in Pittsburgh a tree of life synagogue or in Poway California we would call it anti semitism so why is more than okay to call it what it is and that's the part that Neil degrasse Tyson I think Mrs in this case it's not that his data is wrong and you shouldn't scream at the man for putting out data we saw somebody decided he didn't like what was happening in the country so is answer was to shoot innocent people buying paper towels at wal marts you understand the part that we can a bite I argue there are issues in the United States regarding immigration always a legal immigration because I have no issue with legal immigration I'm down with legal immigration I am a proponent I am a supporter I am a beneficiary of a legal immigration you want to know who's coming into the country you wanna know they provide a value to the country absolutely it is not a standard a standard I oppose with everything in me and on every level illegal immigration there is no moments where it is it is acceptable or decent or worthwhile and those presidential candidates who are all about decriminalizing the border are wrong this is not to agreeing to disagree time they are wrong and the if if you want to get into what kind of language kind of gets people going well we can go down the road if you're really ugly real quick they all want to blame president trump for his rhetoric there's a lot of rhetoric out there a tremendous amount of rhetoric do I believe that the rhetoric can be taken by people absolutely I do let me say that again I absolutely believe that rhetoric can get people down you know how I know this the dark web for ISIS works how do you think they're able to indoctrinate people how do you think they're able to brainwash people how do you think they grab disaffected people because it works but it only does the work one way it can work all sorts of ways.

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"el paso" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"el paso" Discussed on PRI's The World

"But it is not so simple and El Paso residents. Find themselves having to constantly refute. The claim Monaco Ortiz rebe as a journalist in El Paso and a native of the city. She's lived the story as well. As reported on it. It depends where in El Paso where you visit. There is a neighborhood that butts up. Right along the US Mexico border in El Paso that neighborhood is called she. Well, we thought it's one of the oldest in the city and people there say that the border wall has helped make their neighborhoods safer before the wall was constructed. People could easily run across the dry bed of the Rio Grande into the neighborhood and cross back into Mexico. The residents who live there said that there was a problem with with burglaries sometimes assaults. Their laundry would get stolen off the line or a bike would go missing. And there were gangs in Mexico that sometimes crossed over and this is documented by police. So the wall has proven to be effective in highly urban concentrated areas, but where it loses effectiveness is in more rule and less populated areas before the wall Monica what was the reality about crime in Paso like in the urban part of El Paso well. Well, I mean studies have shown that immigrant communities tend to be safer. Immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than US citizens and El Paso is a city of immigrants going back from its very beginnings often people confuse El Paso with its neighboring city in Mexico. See the what is and that city has been among the more violent in Mexico about a decade ago when there was a brutal drug war going on and see the what is the Texas. Governor Rick Perry, then said that a car bomb had gone off in El Paso, when it had actually gone off in see the what is so even our own governor has confused the safety record of Al Paso with its sister city in Mexico Monaco's, I said, you're also a resident of El Paso, what's your life like there? I mean as far as Bortone goes do go out at night with no warriors. These days of. You ever been scared in El Paso, and if you have why I have lived in El Paso, all my life. My grandparents immigrated here from Mexico back in the forties, and my family has remained in the same neighborhood ever since they came over and I often go out at night. So does my family. We don't really worry very much about our safety in opacity. What's his moment of been like with the president saying these things that a lot of people in Paso, just feel are not true. It's just a this was a false claim that he had made in the past many residents. Here have spoken out to debunk that claim because they know that I'll pass oh has been ranked as one of the safest cities for years and years now even prior to the construction of the border fence, and it's a claim that's easily debunked by simply looking at FBI statistics in the city and looking at these studies that show. Yes. Immigrant communities are far safer last weekend. Residents in Paso got together and held a protest from downtown El Paso, right up to the US Mexico border, and they all came out in solidarity against Trump's immigration policies and against further construction of a border fence won't go or or EBay is a journalist and also a resident of El Paso, which is where she joined us from. Thanks, very much Monica. Good to speak with you. Your welcome. San Antonio, Texas is more than a hundred miles from the border. But you find two large immigrant detention centers near their both of them designed for families. When those detained migrants are released. They're taken to the big city dropped off in San Antonio. So that's where to California's psychotherapists spend their vacation time, Julie small of K Q E D in San Francisco explains. Why at least you crews in Chris Mullin have worked together for decade and see clients offices right next to each other back in San Francisco here in San Antonio. They're getting ready to offer counseling to families in the most unlikely place the greyhound bus stations. It's a chilly morning as they drive from there. Airbnb to the station. It's Christmas first time.

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