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Texas to receive 1.4M COVID-19 vaccine doses
"Well. The first doses of the covert 19 vaccine will begin to be distributed today. Her shots of the Copan 19 vaccine are expected to be given marking the biggest vaccination operation in U. S history to find the vaccine is already on its way to 145 distribution points nationwide. Health care workers and residents of nursing homes will be among the first recipients in Texas 1.4 million doses of the Fizer vaccine will begin to gradually arrived to the state starting today. Governor, Abbott says Texas is slated to receive more doses this month and the total number of Texans who have tested positive for Cove it, adding vaccines are voluntary, never forced. It comes at a pivotal time. The U. S posted new records for infections, hospitalizations and deaths over a seven day period on Sunday.
Fresh update on "governor abbott" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"Of the newly confirmed cases is the first known case of the more infectious be 117 Corona virus variant in North Texas. The Dallas man who is in his Twenties with the recent travel history outside the country is stable and in isolation. Meanwhile, Tarrant County continues to see an increase in cases and deaths reported during the pandemic. County health officials reported. 3023 new cases and eight deaths Death in county Public Health announced 459 cases of covered 19 and no deaths. Steve Coming W V. 24 7 News, according to news. A Parkland hospital says it's administered nearly 1200 vaccine Saturday morning and a walk up clinic for those 65 older. That about 1200. More doses should be available Sunday. Judge played, Jenkins says more than 10,000 people were vaccinated this past week at the fair Park mega site. Meantime, governor Abbott says over a million Texans have been vaccinated against coronavirus happened as it makes the state the national leader in vaccine distribution. The state Capitol complex in Austin is closed Lesley Bull reports the grounds will be off limits through Wednesday. This comes amid warnings from the FBI of armed protests at every state capital. Ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. There will be a high law enforcement presence in the area with added police and Department of Public Safety Personnel. A number of states have called up National Guard troops to beef up security following the attack on the U. S. Capitol on January 6th w B A P weather clearing overnight alot of 39 degrees Sunny on Sunday with a high of 60 right now, 49 degrees at the F W From the W B.
Governor Abbott Deploys DPS Resources to Houston to Combat Violent Crime, Road Rage Shootings
"Department of Public Safety surges coming to Houston Governor Greg Abbott says marked and unmarked vehicles with patrol will patrol specific areas, identified by Houston police, along with the helicopter and patrol planes is also gonna be DPS Resource is working with the police and the Harris County sheriff's deputies to do gang and drug investigations. The surge is following a Rise in crime in the Houston area, including a 33% jump in road rage shootings.
Fresh update on "governor abbott" discussed on Happy Handyman
"Washingtonians are used to heighten security. This is a different kind of level with 7 21,000 National Guard troops stationed throughout the city, including some 5000 active duty troops, boxes marked MEREDITH. Washington Mall, and all the areas surrounding Capitol Hill and the White House are off limits to the public. Today. The man at the center of that inauguration, President elect Joe Biden named the members of his science team. He calls these his most exciting nominations team. That Ask us to imagine every home in America being powered by renewable energy within the next 10 years. Or three d, a friend of restoring tissue after traumatic injuries. America is less thing. The Fox News No W O AI local news Dr Mark S. Got the enter a medical director for Austin Public Health is requesting a local hospital to administer covert vaccinations to members gathering in Austin for the 2021 legislative session. He says. This is an attempt to defuse what he considers to be a public health risk for those attending and the city of Austin. The Texas Center for the Missing has issued a Houston regional amber alert on behalf of the Houston Police Department for three month old on a love Benjamin. The suspect is her 39 year old mother, Licia Benjamin, who currently has an open arrest warrant for injury to a child under 15 and welcome to Texas Governor Abbott Tweets to the Anara, which announced yesterday they're considering a move to reincorporate is a nonprofit in Texas. I'm Sally Adams. This is a Bloomberg money minute as we've been social distancing all these months since the pandemic began, Ah, former snap executive is betting social shopping will finally catch on Imran Khan and his start up e commerce site very shop have a new social shopping app..
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott endorses Drew Springer over Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther
"Early voting begins next week in the Senate district, 30 runoff between state Rep. Drew Springer and Shelly Luther. Early Voting begins December 9th and Election Day for the road. Off is December. 19th governor. Abbott has endorsed Springer because he was a proven leader and the only candidate, he says in this race, who is endorsed by the N R a. Shelly Luther you remember, was jailed briefly earlier this year after defying shut down down orders orders to to open open open her her her hair hair hair salon salon salon in in in Dallas. Dallas. Dallas. The The The winner winner winner will will will replace replace replace Pot. Pot. Pot. Fallon, Fallon, Fallon, who who who recently recently recently won won won the the the fourth fourth fourth Congressional Congressional Congressional District District District House House House seat. seat. seat.
Fresh update on "governor abbott" discussed on Texas Home Improvement
"Top story in local news. A very large crowd of Estonian adults are being vaccinated today at Minute Maid. Houston Mayor Turner's there today. The city's health department will be vaccine ng 5000 people We've already done more than 2200. Yesterday. We open the slots up 2600 additional slots based on what we got Mid week and 16 minutes. Those 2600 slots were gone. Set up for the massive clinic and getting adjusted again to serve more people more quickly. 5000 people is a whole lot of humanity. Texas Department of State Health Service is issuing a warning yesterday that the covert pandemic is now the worst it has ever been in Texas. More than 400 deaths were reported yesterday for the third day in a row. And we have an Amber alert this morning for a missing three month old believed to be in the custody of her mother, 35 year old Licia Benjamin. She has a history of injury to a child. And welcome to Texas Governor Abbott Tweets to the N R A, which announced yesterday that they are considering a move to reincorporate as a nonprofit in Texas After filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York state last August, Attorney General in New York filed fraud charges against the organization. Their headquarters will remain outside Washington, D. C in Northern Virginia, and last night mega millions. No winner tonight. It's Power ball over $640 Million.8 largest jackpot and U. S history, Financial analyst Bill Dendy says. If you win, now's a good time you could take the slump. Generally, when you have situations we get a choice of a lump sum or yearly pay out. The amount of the long sum is based on the inverse of interest rates. When interest rates are low, Your love come and big And so that's the way it works. The watery take your lump sum. Dandy has another tip for you. If you win, Don't tell anybody. The Texas Department of State Health Service is issuing a warning yesterday that the covert band Temic is now over. 400 deaths in 1 24 hour period. KTRH News Time is two of three Monday is a legal holiday for Martin Luther King Jr Day in some Texas employees will be off on Tuesday for Confederate Heroes Day. Two bills are filed in this year's legislative session to remove the holiday from the States calendar. KTRH News Time is 203 in sports Rockets won their first game in the post James Harden era That was on Thursday night in San Antonio. Head coach Stephen Silas says that the team is ready to move on. Getting beyond. It definitely is is a good thing, but there's more stuff on the horizon, and there's more basketball, too. Will be played and more basketball. The coach and the focus will be more on basketball. They're going to try to make it two and go without harden today in San Antonio. Tip off, Is it four o'clock? You can hear it on sports Talk. 7 90, Sally Adams on Houston's News, weather and Traffic station. Use radio 7 40 ktrh. It may not be Tuesday, but.
Hewlett Packard Relocating Headquarters To Houston Area
"Governor Abbott says Hewlett Packard Enterprise plans to relocate its global headquarters to Texas from California, according to the governor, relocating to the Lone Star State is becoming increasingly common. Do you know what he calls the best business climate in America are low taxes, high quality of life, top notch work force and tear. One universities create An environment where innovative companies like HP can flourish. HB will move from San Jose to spring, Texas, just outside of Houston. Additional jobs are expected in the coming
First Americans may get Covid vaccine in December
"In 19 vaccines expected to be available in Texas as early as next month. But in the meantime, some local medical experts are asking the governor for more action to reduce a recent spike in cases and hospitalizations. Here's Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins close the loopholes that allow bores and concerts and things like that to the open. But he stopped in person dining in restaurants retail and that he take occupancy levels back to 50% governor. governor. Abbott Abbott says says the the vaccine vaccine distribution distribution plan plan will will give give health health care care workers workers and and vulnerable vulnerable populations populations access access to to the the vaccine. vaccine. First, First,
Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Continue to Climb
"Case numbers in Dallas County, You're shattering daily records. The figures air heading deep into the red zone of the county's This guidance skill. That's the most dangerous level county judge Clay Jenkins says doctors are asking residents to avoid in person restaurant, dining, religious services and having outsiders in their homes. Dallas County reported 1831 new cases and one death Monday. Tarrant County came in second with 900 new cases and didn't County reported 335 new cases and four deaths statewide. Texas reported over 6800 new cases and 20 deaths Monday, and that figure helped the state surpassed 20,000 confirmed Coronavirus desk Monday and hit over one million cases last week. So far, Governor Abbott has given no indication of new restrictions to keep the virus from spreading
COVID-19 antibody therapy to be distributed across Texas, Abbott says
"The U. S. Food and Drug Administration approved the latest antibody covert drug governor Abbott laid down his plans for statewide distribution in Texas, Chris Fox reports Monday, the FDA gave emergency approval for the antibody therapy drug and now governor Abbott announced the Texas Department of State Health Services will begin the initial shipment of the drug statewide as early as next week. Dr. Jan Patterson is an infectious disease specialist at UT Health San Antonio, she says this has the potential to be a game. Danger. It decrease the hospitalization rate and people who are at high risk of progressing. Those were patients who are obese who have chronic kidney disease. You have diabetes who are immune to suppress who are over 65 at the Capitol. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wook I in the city
Right-wing militias are gearing up for an armed response on Election Day
"News National correspondent Michael Bauer. Michael I just mentioned there. Ah, couple of states at high risk for militia. Activity today and or tonight just exactly what does that mean? I think I know what militia means. But then charity told me that the Miriam Webster Dictionary today said that hot dog was a sandwich and we know that's not true. Hot dogs. I Oh, yeah, Dogs very much. So. So, what are we talking about here? Well, look there, according to and again, this is a group. I didn't even know how to report. But the armed conflict location and event data project, along with a group called Militia Watch, They are determined and have determined the areas susceptible to right wing militia groups with the most volatile area situated in state capitals and surrounding towns. Now the reason they're bringing this up is because not only have they seen over the summertime, a development that has some of these right wing organizations. Uh, give plenty of names like the proud boys. The Patriot Prayer oath Keepers. Three percenters. Not only have they become more emboldened and also feel empowered, but they've also become more assertive with activities ranging from intervening in protests to organizing kidnapping plots. Tow target elected officials as we know from Michigan. Now, the concern here is that what we've seen from Over the better part of the last couple of months with the black lives matter, protests moving into election here and calls on all sorts of levels for protests following the election if it doesn't go on persons way, I mean, even President Trump yesterday at two different rallies, talking about how there would be violence in the streets based upon Pennsylvania, and the call that the Supreme Court made to allow Pennsylvania have three extra days to count balloting that that was going to lead to violence in the streets and pointed specifically at places like Philadelphia. Cool. It is probably no shock to anybody that Pennsylvania makes a list of the top five Cities states. I'm sorry that have concerns over militia Oregon, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin. Those air all areas that they're looking at concerns that these militia groups and other armed non state actors are going to pose a serious threat to the safety and security of American voters. Now, on a lesser level, the moderate risk Has places like North Carolina, Virginia, California, New Mexico and Texas. Now, what does that mean? I mean, these guys were like loaded up they've been doing. They're practicing their rehearsal. They've been going out and shooting to get themselves in top shape so that they could prepare for whatever goingto happen after the election. I don't know. I don't know what that necessarily means. As far as preparation goes, But the concern is they're active and they're ready. And what you're hearing from the president now talking about not just Inducing violence in the streets in this election, but pointing to that and not doing anything by the way to quell that not trying to subdue that not trying to say Hey, look, you've got armament. If you are an American citizen, and that's your vote. You can go out and use that boat today. In fact, he's kind of pointing to the fact that they're just will be violent. And then you see defense going up around the White House and then you see the boarding up of Buildings and stores in not just New York City in Manhattan, but also around Washington, D C and you start to go, man. This is not looking like the election day I was expecting to see happen, and then above and beyond that you got at least two states right there. In Texas Governor Abbott of these dispatched 1000 National Guard troops to major cities in anticipation of violence. Same thing in Massachusetts, and so The guards getting ready even though President Trump has not indicated he'll deploy them after the election, he could still do it and they're ready to go now. The
El Paso judge imposes two-week shutdown as COVID-19 cases spike
"County has shut down as a midnight following a recent spike in Corona virus cases the county judge gave the order for non essential business is too close for two weeks, since the county has not seen a level of infection like they're experiencing right now and warned hospitals could be pushed past capacity. Grocery stores, takeout restaurants and voting sites will stay open during the shutdown. Fort Bliss is also shutting down non essential businesses. Texas Attorney General Kim Paxton is looking to take legal action to prevent the shutdown, arguing on Lea Governor Abbott has that authority. The
Texas counties still limited to one ballot drop-off spot for now, court says
"The battle of boxes were in the news this weekend, right here in the state of Texas as thie ongoing court battle continues this weekend over how many of these valid boxes per county Should be available. For mail in ballots. Historically, we've had one Ballot box per county. For those mail in ballots. And now it appears this case is going to continue. On and on because As it stands now. A federal judge has barred enforcement of governor Abbot's directive. That would limit counties to just one mail in ballot drop off location. So that happened at the beginning of the weekend. Then yesterday. Ruling was blocked by an appeals court. Late yesterday afternoon. That appeals court granted a temporary stay. That Let's stand Governor Abbot's one box per county directive. The court gave the attorneys of posing governor Abbot's order. Until tomorrow to respond. So all this And then a three judge. Appeals panel is going to decide whether additional ballot boxes Can be used. Or not. So as it stands right now Travis County will continue accepting completed mail in ballots at one location. That's a 55 01 Airport Boulevard. That's Monday through Friday. The weekend hours are set to begin next Saturday. Travis County clerk a Dana Day, Beauvois said yesterday morning. Quote. We're not optimistic. That the fifth Circuit will do the right thing, But if they give me any room at all, I will reopen the downtown sites. As fast as possible. So as it stands right now limitation on the number of ballot drop off locations in Texas. Will stay in place. I'm just throwing this in. Because it's somewhat related. To the previous stories I was talking about, but there's certainly not implying There's any chick a nunnery going on here. There's a tradition in the state of Texas that it was one Mail in ballot drop off location per county. That's the way it's been. That's what Governor Abbott says it needs to be going forward. And now this is going back and forth. In the courts. Where will it end up? Will it end up in the Supreme Court? Before Election Day Election day just over three weeks away, right
Texas bars can reopen with 50% capacity, Gov. Greg Abbott says
"Is allowing bars to reopen next week at 50% capacity, and additional businesses like amusement parks, movie theaters and zoos can expand a 75% capacity. It is time to open them up. Governor Abbott says. The reopening of bars and expansion of the entertainment businesses start on October, 14 bars must follow distance and seating protocols, just like restaurants have used as well as other protocols that are intended to contain the spread of covert the orders. Specifically gives county judges the ability to opt into the new openings as long as they assist with enforcing the protocols, and it says he's optimistic since Texans Air now farm or informed about how fast Cove it is spread. Chris
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott restricts mail-in ballot drop-off locations
"Tony Cruz with Jim Ryan Jim first. I mean, silly. Not at least get your reaction when you heard that both President Trump and Melania Trump Have Kobe 19 water. Things like that. They're in Texas boy that puts an interesting spin on this on this election cycle. Yeah. I mean, this thing this being 2020. It's almost hard to be surprised by anything that sure that certainly was surprised to hear that the president and first lady had tested positive. And and now we're ah, is sort of selfies leading at the White House waiting to see what happens. Next on Lena at this point is what the doctor Sean Connolly the White House position, He said that they're both doing well, you know, well. Doesn't say much about symptoms or anything else, but now it you just have to learn more of the coming days. What's precisely happening with him? Yeah, and and the impact to to your point as well. Let's talk a little bit about Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Pretty controversial situation. It would look like what it comes to voting in accounting and more than two million people. We just had ours expanded from eight Here in Jefferson County had eight locations now to 20, at least to get ready for November 3rd which probably still isn't enough, But what about there in the great state of Texas? Well, A lot of the counties have been adding drop off locations for early bounce fallacy is that you know, the request for mail in ballots have been skyrocketing. This year's people try to stay away from the polling places to avoid exposure to Over 19. So people are asking for these ballots. They're receiving them. They're filling them out. They have the option to mail them back in. But in the interest of ensuring that everything goes smoothly, A lot of voters are taking them to drop off locations. You drive through a location. There's an election worker there to take it from you. You don't have to get out of the car, even not to risk exposure that we'd drop it off and drive away. Hey, Harris County Court. Houston is had just added 12 of these drop off locations Travis County, where Austin is at added form or to their area. Both Dallas Tarrant County where Dallas and Fort Worth are. They each had one drop off location anyway, but the governor now has ordered that each county may have no more than one drop off location. What do Travis County and Harris County have in common? While they're run by Democrats and liberal Democrats at that, And you know the suspicion on the part of the States Democrats is that the Republican governor is trying to to mess with the election, trying to influence it unfairly. But Governor Abbott says he's simply trying to ensure that there is a boat security that there isn't the kind of fraud that could come with having multiple mail in ballot drop off locations. I'm sure that's very controversial. So with even the one location tell us about security. What does that look like? Yes, the will part of his thie announcement I made yesterday. The order that issued yesterday was that each of these drop off locations would have to allow at least two representatives of each candidate's various, You know, people who are running on the ballot, not just the presidents, but the down ballot candidates as well. Each would be allowed to have two representatives at each of these drop off locations also to ensure Vote security to ensure that the drop off locations or say are there are boats secure. You know, it's the same thing that President Trump has been talking about earlier this week, his insistence that in Pennsylvania some trump supporting ballot to our poll watchers were not allowed inside. Well here. Now that the governor is saying that poll watchers must be allowed inside, of course. Local election of officers in the various counties have said that that's always the
Texas drastically limits ballot drop off sites before election
"Governor, Greg Abbott has ordered the closure of some ballot drop off locations throughout Deciding ballot security and his kale BJs Chris Fox reports, A lot of Democrats were already calling it voter suppression. The governor's proclamation with Lim ballot drop off sites to just one per county. Harris County alone currently has 12 governor Abbott says It'll strengthen ballot security protocols throughout the state. Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilbert He knows that calls it voter suppression and a sign of desperation by Texas Republicans. Stop messing with voters in Texas have let him vote. It's their constitutional right. This is a democracy, everybody Be allowed to participate in the electoral process, and you should make it difficult for them to vote. You should make it easier to
Dallas - Texas Gov. Abbott Limits Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations To 1 Per County
"The one drop off location for mail in ballots in next month's election. President Trump contends that increase mail in voting during the Corona virus pandemic will lead to a widespread voter fraud. Governor Abbott says enhancing ballot Security will help stop a legal voting, but critics call it a strategy for what he's doing is a blatant voter suppression technique to stop the rising text collector from voting Obi Rahman with Texas Democratic Party believes election rules shouldn't be changed at the last minute. But Governor Abbott maintains he's protecting the integrity of an election plate. Nevel w
Deadly amoeba found in Houston-area community's water supply prompts disaster declaration from Gov. Abbott
"Governor Abbott issues a disaster declaration for Brazoria County due to a deadly amoeba found in the city of light. Jackson's water supply a boil water notice remains in effect for the city of Lake Jackson. This follows the death of a six year old boy who officials say was hospitalized with a brain eating amoeba in that suburban Houston community,
Houston - Tropical Storm Beta Threatens the Gulf Coast
"Storm Beta still inching closer to the Texas Gulf Coast, expected to make landfall Monday afternoon or evening. The storm holding steady at 60 MPH sustained winds. And not expected to strengthen into a hurricane. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says officials are monitoring the storm closely. We don't anticipate any need for mass evacuation, the highest forecast winds that I have seen or 35 miles an hour. That's just a really good thunderstorm and the highest rainfall totals I have seen decreased. The bolivar Peninsula is under a Ah Ah ah! An evacuation order that is voluntary. A voluntary evacuation order. That's what I was looking for. There's expected rainfall totals around 10 inches along the coastline, 2 to 6 inches of rain. Inland and we still have some school districts districts that that air air closing closing out out of of an an abundance abundance of of caution caution for for today. today. Angle Angle tonight, tonight, Esti Esti Brad's Brad's a a sport. sport. I I s s D. D. Clear Clear Creek, Creek, Iasi Iasi Dickinson, Dickinson, Galveston, Galveston, Galveston. Galveston. I am going to be closed Monday and Tuesday. Matagorda Santa Fe schools. Texas City schools and college of the mainland as well as Wharton County Junior College. All will be closed on Monday. We'll update you on that list As more information becomes available. Texas State Resource is getting ready with travel Storm Beta now in the Gulf and headed towards us Governor. Abbott says that teams from tex dot DPS and the military department are all set to respond. Should local areas needed to send a bill to
Record storm Beta forms in Gulf as officials in Galveston County, southeast of Houston, prepare
"Bracing for impact from Tropical Storm Beta as well as Brazoria, everybody along the the coastline, coastline, they're they're handing handing out out sandbags sandbags in in Corpus. Corpus. This This our our governor, governor, Abbott Abbott is is pre pre positioned positioned emergency emergency responders responders in in case case they're they're needed. needed. There There is is a a voluntary voluntary evacuation for residents on Galveston Island, west of the Seawall. And this morning, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry offers advice for those living on Bolivar Peninsula to voluntarily of Jack, you wait, Stay informed. Pay attention. Watch your station on Bolivar. If you could survive in your home for three or four days without power, we're not sure what's gonna happen. You're okay. You can stay. If it's uncomfortable, or you need some life support equipment, maybe go somewhere else. Storm watches are posted along the coast will start getting the rain late tomorrow but are anticipating a rain event? Monday and Tuesday. Hopefully that'll be passing by on Wednesday. We could see flash flooding south of I 10
Houston's Harris County extends face mask order
"Judge Lena Hidalgo has extended the the county's county's face face mass mass order, order, which which requires requires all all businesses businesses within within the the county county to to require require employees employees and and customers customers toe toe where where face face coverings coverings and and expiration expiration dates dates not not given. given. But Hidalgo says an order that reads the face covering amendment will be extended 14 days after governor Abbott declares that the virus is no longer a public health disaster. Original order was set to expire on August 26th businesses that don't comply with that order could face up to $1000 fine.
"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"No once was enough. Now I mean I can if you want me to but I wasn't planning on it. Listen you work hard enough. You're good But if you WANNA, you're always welcome. Put it. Less. All right. Let's go to. South Carolina. Dennis is standing by Dennis. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Sir. Thank you so much. Thank you for taking the time to speak with me Shawn my honor. Thank you for being a true American Patriot and having the courage to stand up on radio TV and print and speak the truth and Take the criticism you sir are the one with the true The true backbone like a ramrod. I wanNA appreciate you allowing me to do this I do this because you let me. I Want WanNa make sure that that people out there. No, they do not have to wait until November third to cast your vote in person. Contact your local board of elections. My local board of elections will allow me to vote a machine and socially distance up to thirty days during the week. Before, the election so that begins on October fourth in my county contact your local county. We need to get our word out as quickly as possible. We need to make sure that the you vote in person and. And socially distance and be safe. But we want November third to come and have our vote already counted listen. She said it's safe to vote against social distancing. I've been the advocate of masks I'll give you some numbers of people in Arizona. When about five percent early on with covert when they tested positive By the end of May. In in that particular case that the fatal five percent case fatality rate is half that as a matter of fact, in California. The rate was four percent may now it's one point six. Why because therapeutics? To we learned ventilators were the last ditch effort We've had now two three studies. Now, if you include the French study in the Henry Ford Study, in the Sinai Study that said hydroxy chloroquine visit throw mayass now also including this nebulizer inhaler and zinc if given early, they all gave positive results in spite of the mob going with the study that had to be retracted. That's the one they quote So you know obviously consult with your doctor and make the right decision, but I'm for masks because I I've explained it many times I saw them work. As. Little Weird. When Jimmy Kimmel said I can't believe we agree with Sean Hannity but I I see that it works everybody's does everybody in new. York has it everywhere you get you to be honest I got used to it doesn't really cramped my style I'd rather not but it's fine..
"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
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"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"I'll tell you something about that Sean that is everyone in your audience publicly remembers knock down drag out for the United States Senate between Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz There was a very effective and precise poll that was done at the time that election took place. It was an exit poll people who had already voted and believe it or not One of the questions poll is have you moved to Texas from California? In, the past five years and if so, who did you vote for Ted Cruz Juan the percentage fifty, eight percent of the people moved from California voted for Ted Cruz not for better work and the reason sean is this and that is the reason why they're fleeing. California the reason why they're fleeing new work and some other states and coming to Texas is because they're trying to get away from the liberalism socialism of these. Other states and they're coming to Texas for the freedom, and so we are importing the people who are freedom seeking people understand this. If you believe in more regulation more taxation, the elastic that you will leave as California and the last night you'll come to the state of Texas we believe low taxes, low regulations we believe in law enforcement and the rule of law, and so people know exactly what they're getting when they come. Here, and hence we are attracting the kinds of people who will keep Texas Texas I have friends who have my I have family members that have now moved to Texas, and you know, let me play for you. I'd never thought I'd hear this from a major political party. Let me play Biden dummy play Kamla Harris applauding the mayor's move to de Fund and Biden's police become the enemy listen surplus military equipment for law enforcement. They don't need that last thing you need is an up armored Humvee coming into a neighborhood just like the military and fading. They don't know anybody who could become the enemy they're supposed to protecting these people. So my generic point is that we agree that we can redirect of funding. Yes. Absolutely. One of the things that we also need to be doing is fundamentally changing the way and pushing it for years changing the way. We deal with our prison system. We got reexamine what we're doing with American taxpayer. Dollars s the question. Are we getting the right return on our investment? Are we actually creating healthy and safe communities and that's a legitimate conversation and it requires a really critical evaluation I plot Eric Garcetti for doing what he's done. Wow I mean. I. Never Thought I mean, that's that that is a major political parties, their candidates for President Vice President. Governor Sean that people must come to grips with, and that is this election were voting either for safe communities or dangerous communities. We're we're voting for law enforcement or by the rule of mob like what we saw in Seattle with the autonomous zone your voters very lives in property. Re remember that man and woman husband wife in Saint Louis, they had to pull out their own guns to defend their own property and defend. Their lives because the police were not there to help them out independent and so the Second Amendment and the ability to defend yourself in the ability to have safe insecure communities is on the ballot. This election stay right there. If you can governor stick with US Governor Greg Abbott of Texas I'm GonNa tell you what governor Cuomo said about conservatives like me that live in New York when we get back on the other side. Texas. Governor. Greg Abbott is with us. Now let me play you something that Andrew Cuomo by the way the dumbest Guy on corona writing a book now about leadership coronal..
"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"I wish I could have seen everybody on the book tour. but it is it is what is at stake our very way of life what their stated policies, new green deal no oil, no gas amnesty, the United Sanctuary states of America. Trillions and trillions of new taxes and redistribution and everything's free. They can't do anything right so far look at those liberal cities and so it's This is probably the most important election in our lifetime by far I've said it before this is this is real I irreparably harm if the stated policies are ever implemented I WANNA go to Bill Bratton was the first police. Chief under. Rudy Giuliani and new. York City what they did in New York to save lives is they. They looked specifically where the crimes happening, what are the streets? What are the locations? One of the neighborhoods they identified them then they implemented stop I. Remember about twenty, five, hundred murders a year was going on in New York they drove down way below five hundred lives are saved. Because it's tough policing measures. Now you've got a billion dollar cut and the and the street crime unit, which was the most effective in the NYPD been dismantled and I. You can see it is a discernible and scary difference right now on comrade the Blasios America here is the dire warning that former NYPD. Commissioner Bill. Bratton. gave us bad news is it's going take a while. And I don't see that turnaround happening anytime soon, we still have a city council. We still have a legislature. We still have a statement to the leadership that has focused on we've formed that reforms going to five, and now they're in the midst of a nominal budget crises and in the midst of all of this the idea of the political hashtags is driving public policy. You know de-fund the police powder Bob issue here It's hard to you know what success will look like when nobody is really defining what is success that with all over the place in the sense of The idea what do we want? We want reform we're type of reform. Do you want We want funding well, what do you mean with the funding effectively were mess? Can. We get out of it? Yes. can we get out of it anytime soon? No. We in for more bad times. Yes. But New Yorkers remain resilient but. This time it's going to be tough. It's GONNA be. Much much tougher to come out of this and for a lot of reasons but. hopefully, that before it reaches a point of no return we began to Stop working together to try to figure out what will success look like? What will the new New New York look like 'cause it will be a New York. It's never gonNA look like what it looked like in two, thousand, eighteen and nineteen I'm sorry that's it's it's true to that probably in our lifetime. Wow. Not returning to that not in our lifetime. That's the that's what I've been saying irreparable harm. If this stated policies are implemented now I've got to get out of New York one of these days and I'm really the two states that are probably foremost in my mind to move to or Texas and Florida, and now what I'm saying to people, you know if you take a U. Haul from California. To Texas at cost you around two thousand, twenty, five, hundred dollars depending where you coming from in California take it back from Texas..
"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Now I told you about the polar earlier in the show today I mean, there's not only a convention bounce trump is gaining on Biden according to Rasmussen but now the president's tied even in. MINNESOTA. Minnesota's employees and I would argue Nevada's GonNa play and New Mexico in New Hampshire, and we certainly need that second congressional district in Maine but we got to win Florida. Georgia North Carolina or. Got To win Iowa Arizona you gotTA. Pick off Pennsylvania. Wisconsin Michigan Minnesota. I'd make I put them all in play all these cities and states how Liberal Democrats done in decades of rule. Hey, why didn't Barack Anjos set one record after another unemployment for minorities in America? Why didn't they do it? Why didn't they go forward with criminal justice reform? Wires in the media mob. Identifying Joe Biden's praise of a former Klansman filibustered the civil rights act was against the voting rights act and then partnered with the former Klansman to stop. You know the issues of segregation integration it didn't want his kids in schools integrated schools of become a racial jungle hose. His words imagine if trump it said that what has he done in fifty plus years at the swamp nothing? What can you point to? What record did they shatter in eight years spider the lies that we've been hearing at this convention thirteen, million more Americans food stamps eight, million more poverty and the lowest labor participation rate in the since the seventies and the worst recovery since the forties that's their record. That's JOE's record. That's barracks record. Didn't grow into the job so that would be Obama. The laziest president that hidden by noon do anything. Biden fell asleep. Put everyone else to sleep. Why did Obama? Support Hillary over Joe. Why did he wait so late to support Joe because he doesn't the never underestimate Joe's ability to f this up that's what Obama set an politico. Anyway we I hope you're right I. really do thank you for the.
"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Go speak at a convention and talk about basically this is a four alarm fire. You have to defeat this Guy President Obama make clear he believes that this is an existential threat and when I say this, he was talking about his successor, the man in the White House right now I, mean you almost saw it as a break glass in case of an emergency moment and he was breaking the glass. We're powerful words from the former president, the United States he didn't mince any of that and I think it was truly historic. Namely Anderson a history making speech from Harris and really history shaking speech by a President Obama. Just an extraordinary speech. This was sort of the new definition of the fierce urgency of now and I could see him in the oval. Office, it was intimate and it was chilling and he was declaring a national emergency and what he was doing was saying. I need you to save democracy President Obama's speech tonight slate me I'm sure people have different opinions fixes a different kind of thing from him but his warnings that we could potentially be at the end of American democracy. Scared, me and I found upsetting in our watch but just powerful. Powerful stuff. This was the the speech that Obama has given throughout all this I've read or watched that absolutely did feel like the most of a warning and I think it was warning about the potential end of America and that seems dramatic when people say it and people throw around. If we have one former years of trump, the country will end but there is a fundamental sense that if you break every institution that made it possible for there to be a Barack Obama, it will end I, mean, it's almost there almost evolved turned into Chris Matthews. We used to play this montage all the time. Well, let's pull up a Hannity classic and. and. I had to do. This is one of the funniest bits.
"governor abbott" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Radio specials. Seventy five days until you we the people, you are the ultimate jury. And I have an urgency that I keep talking to you about and that is that everything matters everything's on the line, their stated policies. You know they're now saying all of this openly Democrats used always hide it It matters we have a full election by the way on Hannity Dot, com it's interactive it's informational and that is okay. How do you register in your state? How do you? Want, as early voting start near steak and you believe sixteen states will have early voting already started before Biden and trump ever debate. That's madness anyway information you need to know for example, what about? Locations for voting what about absentee ballots if you WanNa if you voting absentee this year. Toll on Hannity Dot Com who's running for Congress where you live is there a Senate race where you live this year? It's all update. Now what's Amazing Rasmussen has their poll out today is is now you know day three of the Democratic National Infomercial I mean the most of I mean it's I could watch more infomercials, choose it any day over this. It's so dull so bad so boring. It's pathetic but now they have likely. Voters Forty Eight, forty four. The. Race is tightening week ago. Biden was up forty, nine, forty three. So, not exactly a big convention. They'll probably likely get something There's a brand new poll showing president trump and a dead he would Joe Biden and the ultra blue state of Minnesota. Law Order Safety. Security isn't on the ballot I think people in Minnesota according to this poll there they watched what happened in Minneapolis and they're appalled what happened there to watch these council members spend taxpayer dollars for their own personal security and then de-fund the police. Were watching this. You Know Adam shift show unfold before very is in their denying. Denying it all at some believable. Anyway. Hang on one. Second. Anyway, and so they got now that's that's in play. That's all in play to give you an idea just how unusual it is for. Republican even come close to winning Minnesota Note Gop. Presidential candidate carried the states since Nineteen seventy-six even Reagan when won forty, nine states in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four..
"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Governor Abbott says he's not sure why the state's Coben positivity rate is continuing to rise at a covert update press conference in LA. But governor Abbott was asked why the state's rate of positive Kobe test is now higher than it's ever been over 24%. This is something that the Department of State Health Services is investigating. They brought in a data. Team to dig deep into it. And it was also asked why the state's level of testing is down 67,000 day in late May, now below 35 found We're not having enough people step forward to be tested, as we did before, perhaps the result of what Abot calls Covic fatigue among Texans at the Capitol, Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wooo, According to a letter sent to parents from the district, the pleasant and ISTEA football program practices have been delayed after a student tested positive for covert nine. 18. The student was lost a practice on August 11th. The district said it is working closely with health officials and is shutting down the football program. Joe Biden is calling for a nationwide protective mask mandate, citing health experts. Predictions that it could save 40,000 lives from Cove it 19 over the next three months. In response, President Trump accused by Dana politicizing the outbreak. Adding Biden is in favor of locking all Americans and their basements. For months on end Port San Antonio's board of directors is moving ahead with plans for a $60 million innovation center after approval of the outlay on Thursday. The 130,000 square foot center will be home of entertainment, cultural and learning experiences as well as major e sports events. I'd also be a showcase for the latest technological innovations. The board stipulated that profits from the center will help develop tech focus K 12 college level and professional programs. The Austin City Council's pushed to cut $150 million from the Austin police budget and response to Social justice protest is drawing rebuke from governor a bed. In a statement released on Thursday, Abbott said quote some cities are more focused on political agendas, and they are public safety unquote, and it blasted council's de funding proposition, saying quote Austin's decision puts the brave men and women of the Austin Police Department and their families at greater risk and paves the way for lawlessness. Unquote. Abbott warn that the Legislature would take up the issue in the next session, but said the DPS will stand the gap to protect the capital city. In the meantime, In Austin, Eric Like From these radio, 1200 members of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus, are introducing a bill they call the George Floyd Act that aims to reform policing in the state representative Nicole Collier says changes have to happen. What is commonly been referred to as the blue wall of silence, Blue code or blue shield. It must come down. We can no longer sit idly by and allow misconduct to occur without any penalty. The active band choke holds and mandate proportional response by officers. The legislation is named after George Floyd, the man who grew up in Houston and died while being arrested by officers in Minneapolis. Murdered Army soldier Vanesa G N will be laid to rest this weekend and her hometown of Houston. The public memorial will be held today in Houston and her former high school. This comes as the Army has launched a sweeping investigation of Fort Hood, where she was allegedly killed by a fellow soldier. But family attorney Nathalie Quam says they don't want the army investigating the army because they feel nothing will get done. And that's why we have Congress out there with Congress to do their congressional investigations on matters like gin will be laid to rest Saturday at a private funeral during a White House visit, President Donald Trump told the family. And he will personally help with expenses. Michael board NewsRadio 1200 Bear County deputies discovered a dozen stolen vehicles at a rule chop shop. The caller said his truck was stolen on Thursday, and the GPS was pinging to a 20 acre property in the southwest. Part of the county Deputies contacted the property owner, a man in his eighties who told them that sometimes people hide stolen vehicles on his land. Deputies found four trucks, three tractors, three trailers, an SUV and a dirt bike. Worth up to $200,000. They will be returned to their rightful owners. The land owner is not expected to face charges. The president says he won't turn down additional funding for the postal Service of it's part of a new Corona virus relief bill. President Trump says he's fine with Postal Service funding if Democrats agree to a Corona virus relief package. I'm against doing anything where people aren't taking care of and the people are being taken care of properly. We have way want people to get money. It wasn't their fault that they got shut down. Negotiations between the White House and Democrats broke down last week. Democrats are proposing $25 billion for the Postal Service. A total House speaker Nancy Pelosi, says was recommended by the Postal Service Board of Governors. President Trump has signaled opposition to efforts to expand melon voting in response to the Corona virus pandemic warning of a fraudulent election. Meantime, Donald Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, is releasing a tell all book about his time with the president Michael Cohen, releasing a preview of his new book Disloyal, A Memoir, The story of the former personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump. Any. Cohen says the president of the United States wanted him dead. Cohen also asserts that President Trump stiffed contractors and lied about extramarital affairs. Cohen says the president colluded with Russia and will never leave office. The book's due to be released September 8th President Trump is called Cohen a fraud and a liar. The male only military draft is sticking around. The fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans ruled it was constitutional toe on Ly require men to sign up for the draft when they turn 18. The panel cited the Supreme Court's ruling in 1981 to exclude women because combat jobs weren't available to them, it added. On Ly, the high court may overrule it's presidents. The appeals court ruling turns back a lower court's decision last year that said it was unconstitutional. The draft has not been used in nearly five decades before the first time in 23 years. The Spurs are not in the MBA playoffs wins by the Memphis Grizzlies and Phoenix Suns eliminated the Spurs from postseason contention before they lost the Jazz last night with San Antonio. Out the longest active postseason streak now belongs to the Houston Rockets. I'll be in the play offs for the eighth consecutive year starting next week, a WalMart drive in movie theaters open today across the country, and every show is free snack sales could surge had 160 Wal Mart stores across the country that are transforming parking lots and hosting pop up drive in movie nights through October at no charge, Though tickets must be requested in advance, the company says, all to support the communities it serves. Wal Mart says to expect 320 different movies playing From coast to coast over the coming months in cooperation with the retail giants DRIVIN partner the Tribeca Film Festival actress Drew Barrymore will serve as a virtual host to each event and at one surprise location, be there in person, and the shows were so popular all the San Antonio area WalMart drivin shows have been sold out. W AWAY I News times, 6 37 Traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first to check of your money and.
"governor abbott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"To Governor Abbott, Texas currently has more than 59 million masks and more than 560,000 gallons of hand sanitizer. The Texas Medical Board, which licenses doctors is threatening to get take action against physicians who falsely advertise cures for Cove. In 19 the agency issued its warning after Houston area pastor and physician Dr Stella Emmanuelle very publicly touted hydroxy Clara Quinn as a cure for the disease. Multiple studies have found the drug is not effective in treating Covad 19 and the FDA has cautioned against its use for that purpose. President Trump has repeatedly talked up the drug is a safe and effective treatment for the virus. More than 2000 Dallas area hospital beds remain empty during the Corona virus pandemic. Dallas County Health officials had warned that independence Day gatherings And the lack of social distancing measures would result in an overwhelmed hospital system. But just 66% of the available hospital beds are being used. That's up just 3% from June 1st. Only 653 of the 958 I seeyou beds are in use, and only 40% of ventilators. Air needed. 25 area hospitals contributed to the report provided by Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office. A memorial consisting of running shoes grew to over 1000 this week in Plano, in honor of a resident jogger who was killed during her morning run on Saturday. Many of the shoes were left by fellow runners on the plane. No trail where 43 year old sir Mr Zin was killed, they leave them. And they finished their run finished the walk barefoot, playing a resident, Andrew Landon, left the first pair of shoes. They're Treon Chisholm Trail Park On Saturday. She told W. FAA that she'd never thought the memorial would grow so huge shoes have been donated and sends honor to needy families. Kim Lampkin is Kayla News. One man was critically injured during a Tuesday morning home explosion in South Fort Worth might drift on what the Fort Worth Fire Department says The man, believed to be in his late twenties, is in critical condition and was flown to Parkland Hospital. Says. As for the home, three of the four walls were knocked out of place, and the roof is flattened on half of the house, he says investigators are looking into what caused it, but says they don't believe it was any type of natural gas leak. We do believe that this is an isolated event. There's no further hazard to the neighborhood. This happened on Spurgeon Street, near seminary Drive and 35 W CAT Bones. I wre Kaylie F. News that 80% of students at keen eyes D return to in person learning on Tuesday, Superintendent Rikki Stevens. Says the kiddos were so excited to be back early 45. Score it out that way in Tony. Nine years of being in school. I've never seen kids excited about being in school, and they worked. It's so that's so good. They were excited to be back. The godly iest Ian Devlin I SD also had students returned to campus on Tuesday time. Check the money news right now, with the latest business update. Here's Network radio's Spencer Macallan. Morning, David. Well, we're about five minutes away from the July A D. P employment report. That's gonna tell us how many jobs were reinstated. In the month of July before that, nine million jobs were reinstated, so it's a good path. The Dow correspondingly up 221 points just below 27,000 West Texas Intermediate crude taken off like a scalded Jack Rabbit, $43.40 a barrel, up a dollar, 70 I'm Spencer McCowen President McGowan group networth radio dot com Coming upon chaos definitely time for Cliff notes every morning, 7 17 bringing the top stories of the day, including the latest On the tropical storm turned hurricane known as C. I s E. C. E S. Glavin. That thing's gone and President Trump. Who has been very, very vocally against mail in ballots has found one exception. Just one. We'll tell you what that is A live news time. 7 11 Dallas Fort Worth is Glen.
"governor abbott" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Governor Abbott has announced his plan to re open schools in August school districts throughout North Texas are getting ready for students care all these Andrew Greenstein has that story all schools will be welcoming students back to their respective campuses this fall some districts are also giving students the option of sticking with online learning amid the ongoing covert nineteen pandemic Arlington ISD superintendent Dr Marcelo Cavazos says well in person instruction is the most beneficial the district is preparing to offer online instruction as well what we are working on is to make sure that both of deliver the instruction and meet the needs of our students to fort worth in garland school districts have previously announced that they will offer both in person and online instruction in the fall governor rabbit is expected to give additional details of the school re opening planned next Tuesday Andrew Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD another Dallas ISD meanwhile has announced a plan for employees to return to work that'll be on August third but most of the employees have been working from home because of the virus Dallas ISD had planned to bring the employees back on July sixth but they push that back about a month now August third is the date Hey did that after reviewing the rising number of covert nineteen cases in Dallas County one of the country's leading cancer experts is warning that the corona virus pandemic could lead to more cancer deaths in the coming years more on that from CBS correspondent Peter king you've probably heard the fewer people are visiting emergency rooms because they're afraid of catching covert nineteen the same thing as happened with cancer care appointments the head of the national Cancer Institute says the next decade there could be as many as ten thousand deaths that could have been prevented because of that an op ed piece for the journal of science Dr Norman Sharpless says doctors need to make patients feel more comfortable about getting the care they need right now Peter king CBS news this is good news the free samples are coming back to Costco I've made that and ounce but it will be exactly the way it used to be though cosco says they'll all be pre packaged at least for now and I'm gonna be doing this in every store around the country the company says it just trying to get back to normal and that bringing back those free samples and be a great way to do that so you can go there on a Saturday and just graze your way through the no word though on whether North Texas is included in the immediate rollout Muppets are coming to the rescue to help young kids learn about the coronavirus.
"governor abbott" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mount against governor Abbott to halt the execution of Rodney reed is scheduled to be put to death next week for a murder he insists he did not commit there's new evidence supporters say will clear his name reads family they just asking for more time so that they believed that innocent man they feel will not be executed Rodney reads brother on his way into a form at a Houston law school is medically and scientifically proven my brother could not have committed this crime their witnesses there were not called the fifty one year old reed is on death row for the rape and murder of Stacy Stites in nineteen ninety six minutes of this case absolutely yes prosecutors told jurors the smoking gun in the case was his semen found inside her body but Rita explains that by saying the two had a secret intimate relationship and he says this man Jimmy Fennell who was then the victim's fiancee is the real killer the evidence points directly in that direction starts family still believes read is guilty never have we thought that Jimmy was guilty of murdering my sister ever read holds out hope I'm cautiously optimistic that something good has got to happen and tonight in Houston his supporters are asking after twenty three years what's the rush to punishment Quincy McNeil is among the lawyers working on reads high stakes appeal I think his spirits bolstered by the avalanche of people who've come forward to become clear to them that hi there Mister reed is innocent for that there are far too many questions for us to be comfortable with executing this we stand on the truth and we believe the truth will set you free tonight no comment from governor Abbott but Attorney General Ken Paxton says more than twenty judges to review the case and it's now time for justice that is in BC five Scott Gordon it's five forty four we have an accident.
"governor abbott" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Governor Abbott is signed a Bill allowing Texas farmers to legally grow hemp. But of course, there are conditions governor avid signed house Bill thirteen twenty-five earlier this week giving the green light to farmers who wish to add the crop. But there is still plenty of hurdles before seeds are planted agriculture Commissioner said Miller doesn't expect to see the low THC cousin of marijuana grown in Texas, anytime soon, now, we're in a holding pattern, number USDA EPA for certain USDA have to come out with guidelines Miller. Then needs to write the Texas rules for growing hemp. Those will also need approval from the US department of agriculture Miller doesn't expect to see him growing in Texas. Comex spring in Austin, Chris, FOX News Radio, ten eighty KRLD Chrissy. Kroll is the owner of yours CBD's store in Keller says the new law. Sean means people can feel safer, buying that CBD oil, which comes from him. Questions and people being arrested story being raided. And so I think this eliminates all those questions and really helps the consumer be feel safe in buying a CD oil stores that sell CBD oil now required to register with the Texas Department of state health services. A member of the Texas is seven gang on death row now claims the judge the case was biased against him attorneys for Randy Halpern, who's Jewish say, former Dallas county judge Vickers Cunningham, you slurs against African Americans Jews Catholics and Hispanics, legal analyst, Ed Klein doesn't think the appeal has merit because the case was tried in front of a jury had. The case been tried just to judge Cunningham, and there was concrete evidence of bias or prejudice. Then maybe an appeal might have some merit Klein says he's known Cunningham for thirty years. Can't recall him using such expressions last year. Cunningham admitted to the Dallas Morning News. He would reward his. Children financially, if they marry straight, white Christians Barbara Schwartz, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD thirteen KRLD, the Rangers. They win again in Fenway last night against the Red Sox is kind of strange play that helped them new thought he had just had a fairly routine lightbulb down the right field line at Fenway park in Boston at the poll at ball is fair. It's all the way around score is bizarre Pence surfing thirties. Heading for the plate and pits scores. Everything don't want to three the fan Pinson his first ever inside the park Homer in the Rangers nine five win kick. So I just took off running,.
"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The plaque is inaccurate. Give it out of there. I know the pressure's now on governor Abbott. Because the Texas attorney general Ken Paxton has ruled that a board. The governor abbot heads called the Texas State preservation board does in fact have the authority to remove what is called the children of the confederacy creed. This is a plaque which has stood in the rotunda of the state capital since nineteen fifty nine. It was put there at the height of the civil rights movement. And among the things that it claims is the the war between the states was not a rebellion. Tell that to the fifty thousand were killed in it. And what really bothers people is it also states, nor was it's underlined cause to sustain slavery. And I think the we've we've. The Texas order of succession that was passed by our legislature in eighteen sixty one says, essentially nothing other than how awesome slavery is an Texas is leaving the union because it doesn't want to give up slavery. Governor Abbott has historically said the legislature put it there. It's up to the legislature to move it trying to deflect the responsibility for dealing with this. But now that a committee that the governor is in fact in charge of has been given the green light to get rid of this plaque. We the pressure is mounting on the governor. Definitely and retiring house speaker Joe Straus who is still the speaker of the house, and we'll be Intel Dennis Baden is formally nominated to that position. Probably in the first week in January has said for a long time he wants that plank removed during his term as speaker. He says that he wants it removed. Not because it mentions the confederacy or the civil war. He doesn't want to go there. But he says quote because it describes these events. In terms that are historically and morally wrong, and I think that kind of goes without saying, and we're moving in the direction of getting rid of some of these relics of the resistance to the civil rights movement. As we've talked before the state board of education has finally agreed to allow teachers that teach that slavery was the underlying cause of the Texas secession and the creation of the confederacy plaques like this where put up around the south back in the late nineteen fifties in early nineteen sixties to try to deflect blame from the confederacy. And from the southern heritage at a time when the civil rights movement was attempting to undo some of the wrongs perpetrated in the past hundred years. So now, the pressure is on governor abbot, it'll be interesting to see how he reacts to this where certain that there will be some sort of reaction from the governor at this week. One member of the Texas legislature. Democrat Eric Johnson of Dallas has already introduced a Bill and filed a resolution calling for the plaque to be removed. So chances are good. It's going to be removed soon. But we're waiting on the governor to take the first step since he chairs this committee. All right. That's wer news record, Jim foresight. And catch him again coming up at eight ten up next big fan of storage wars. Wait till you hear what they've found in one of their units..
"governor abbott" Discussed on Latino USA
"Even the largest police union of Texas is endorsing governor Abbott. I'm being challenged from all areas. They're challenging shore. The people who don't like let the sewer the people who don't like lesbians solar, the people who don't like strong woman. I get challenge from everywhere. And so even if Oaters do come out for her in mass, she also faces systemic challenges in Texas voter suppression is a big issue according to the ACLU Texas voter ID laws disproportionately affect people of color, a large part of sheriff Valez base. So we're back in the car taking all of this integration as we're driving to the final stop for the day in Midland, Texas, and I asked the sheriff. There are people also say, look, Wendy Davis tried to do this. She was something of an American political hero for a moment there. She could not win the governorship. What makes you think you can do this? Okay. I came from the poor zipcode and Senate twenty two. Now the nominee for the governor of Texas. That's a long ways to come and guess what? The little child in the far in the Colonia in the ghetto in rural Texas can have that same upper tune ity. There was an LA reporter came over here right? Almost at the beginning and the title of her piece was you vote is even if she loses Texas wins. This very well might lose this election. She's down twenty points. The sheriff herself says, it's an uphill battle. But on the other hand. The sheriff recently went on a big city tour attending festivals and concerts including one in Dallas with popular Senate hopeful baiter orc and popular rock band spoon was speaking to crowds of people. There..
"governor abbott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"But i'll be there new i meantime governor abbott and he really does mean well any i applaud the sincerity applaud him having all as much as i don't want to say this i do applaud him having everybody from all sides of the gun debate in multiple meetings to to to see what they think what what the solution is to the school shootings and so and i also love dearly i'm a huge fan of governor habits i really am and it's not just because he's a republican because he's the governor but i've i've met him and most things period i like and he does not shy away from the issues that are very important me like our second amendment but in this regard what the teacher's plan if the teacher or the school safety plan it's the swine to know that he means well and i know he is trying but it's not gonna do anything nor will any of the democrats plans and the teachers unions and what they say none of this stuff will work for a few reasons as i mentioned in the last segment we have freedom and we have a second amendment and so we're never going to be able to when they say never again it's really a misnomer and it's it's and i'm no people again i'm trying to be not trying to be mean but it's really foolish good quit saying it i mean i could lie to you i could whiz down your leg and tell you that was on your leg until you it's raining if you want or was on your back until you it's raining if you want but it's not true you know so there are some things they'll for sure that i support and i think that we all support and i appreciate that one of the things would be raising the age to include seventeen year olds where parents will be prosecuted if their child has access to a locked unlocked firearm because this this kid was seventeen when he did it so the family can't be prosecuted governor abbott agrees with that i agree with that everybody agrees with that meant more more mental back or mental health background screenings and checks absolutely more monitoring of social media absolutely more counselors available for schools by the way.
"governor abbott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Of governor abbott's business development trip to india hey lbj's chris fox reports abbott hopes to see more deals inked over the next few weeks abbott says the baytown expansion deal with chess w steele woman five hundred new jobs for texans in an average salary of sixty five thousand dollars production facility in baytown would alleviate some of the concerns raised if the terrorists were to go into a but also hopes to work long term deals between avian conglomerates like reliance industries and the texas energy sector here as far as shipment of oil to india that's something that they desire and much better quantities at the capitol chris fox news radio klbj federal trial for should mainieri is underway today he's accused of masterminding the attempted it assassination of judge julie surrogate outsider tarrytown home in two thousand fifteen on area has been accused of not only trying to kill kosoric but also a multitude of other charges that include racketeering bribery fraud money laundering and witness intimidation the family of here is there praying for the soul of mark condit the austin bomber who killed himself last week herrera was cut its third victim the seventy five year old woman is still fighting for life and she was severely injured by one of condit's bombs on galindo street almost ninety thousand dollars has been raised for her family news at the us and china are open a goshi eight to avert a trade war put investors in a buying mood today giving the market its best day in more than two years in racing about half of its huge losses last week tech companies accounted for much of the broad rally which power the dow jones industrial average to gain nearly six hundred seventy points banks also not solid gains benefiting from rising bond yields the cabbie radar weather watch sunny eighty four to why kill austin news on demand at newsradio klbj dot com.
"governor abbott" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Then this latest spectacle sad confirmation yeah i mean you know you know trump wants an extreme vetting kerr immigration i mean we need an extreme vetting angry white guy and you're absolutely right at this point automatic you know when you have one in these shooting you're gonna find evidence of domestic abuse you've got a fine you know and apparently he went to the church to find it in law he hated his wife so much that he had to go hill her family and everyone associated with her family in the religious community you know for the guy was in the airport court marshaled a berthed all thing has got gun who the no problem no problem many gun thought governor abbott on tv bragging yep well will you know would conviction he shouldn't have been able to get gun and and you know at birth made sure he would have been i can't get guy well i you gotta hey rv theme so it wasn't very difficult and let remind everyone from 1994 two thousand four the aarp he semi automatic with illegal in this country because bill clinton a democrat a lot of all right hold it almost inconceivable now that they were able to pull that off any didn't even get a vote on a bomb guy i didn't use to be partisan eric but i said it last hour now it is the only way to change laws is to vote for democrats i mean the only way drew i mean if you go back to you know the ninety that was you know clinton was able to pass a bipartisan bill why because back breaker at a high school and the country recoiled whatever you i mean one of the reasons lots of laws were in the ninety no i mean you cannot get prevote i mean look after andy hunt you know pat toomey cried were virtually the only republican senator who cried to work with obama i get a vote yep and in the end they could not get a vote even pat whom he admitted the only reason republican opposed to allowing a vote because they didn't want repub i didn't want obama could get credit yeah and and that the mentality look i mean you know people kind of role your eyes when you talk about behavior in.