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7-15-20 - The Wauwatosa Common Council is calling for the removal of a Wauwatosa police officer

The Mark Belling Show

2:35:17 hr | 10 months ago

7-15-20 - The Wauwatosa Common Council is calling for the removal of a Wauwatosa police officer

"And. Good afternoon Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show. On News Talk Eleven thirty W I S at. It's possible the decision I'd have to. Think through thirty years of history of this show. But it's possible. The decision by the wildwood. Common Cosa last night. To, call for the firing of officer Mensa. Is the most despicable governmental action that has occurred in the state of Wisconsin, since I've been doing my program possible, there might be something else in there, and there's a lot of territory obviously to cover. But it's possible. It's obviously all part of this larger progression that I want to talk about today's program and I. WanNa be both. Optimistic and pessimistic at the same time. What of the? Senses that I get a lot of people is that they feel that we are losing control of our communities were losing control of our country losing our society where it going from. A country premise that freedom, capitalism and individual rights. To a kind of combination of Marxism and fascism. That's premise that tyranny. And they feel as though there's nothing they can do about it. Well. Let me deal with that for a moment. I there is you can do about it. This is not a foregone conclusion. It means however that you have to be willing to do things that a lot of people have not been willing to do before. Most of these fights that we have been talking about are winnable. The reason that we know that they are winnable. Is they pretty much one for most of the two hundred and fifty years of this country's history? We have never degenerated to the mob. Rule that we have right now because. I know this is going to sound repetitive, but it's actually my entire point. The reason we have never degenerated into mob rule before now is because we've never degenerated into Marlborough before though what? Are you telling me you don't think we had people who want to engage in mob rule before three months ago. Of course we did. We simply never tolerated it. You think we never had people who wanted us to be a Marxist socialist society, before of course we did. You. We never had people who wanted us to have no police officers or far fewer police officers, of course we did. With regard to the culprit reactions. You think you don't have people. We haven't had people that have tried to boss around and tell us that you have to put a mask on. You have to do this. You have to do that. You have to shut down of course we have. People wanting to do these things. That's not new. What's new? Is that by and large? We have let them do it. Now in some cases. Your ability to do anything about it is limited BASTAAD. where it is that they want to do what they WANNA do. It is very hard. To Stop Seattle from going to hell. The. Majority of people in Seattle have apparently chosen to allow the committee to go to hell. And there's not much the rest of us can do about that. But most of us don't live in Seattle. There is no reason why we have to allow the other parts of the country. To fall apart and to do this. Now I'm going to share a story here before circling back to the Watto, story. I'M GONNA try to get back into this in much greater depth later, but I wanNA. Use it now to indicate that all is not lost. We've been following this Porsche. And it started with the administration, and then spread to the seventy two member goon squad known as. The county health officers of the State of Wisconsin who've demonstrated that the vast majority of them are willing to terribly abused their power, and don't believe in individual freedom, and when given a little bit of authority to Elbow people in the face, and take advantage of them and shoved them around. And said fortunate that we have to draw that conclusion, but there's no other way to view. What's happening in Wisconsin given the kind of abusive action that's occurred from some of these local government officials. So anyway, this pushed out at after Tony Givers and Andrea Palmer told by the State Supreme Court that they can't issue their statewide health order that they started encouraging municipal and county health directors to issue their own local orders had in fact, it came up with this template and magically almost every community of the state. The exact same order was put in place. There has bad in many areas of rebellion against this. There was rebellion when they tried to do it at Walworth County. The only reason they didn't do it at Walworth County is because the county board there. Was told overwhelmingly by residents that they didn't want them to do it. There's been a similar proposal in Dodge County. It's still twisted around out there. And what are the first communities that had proposal like this? Was Jefferson County now? This is really interesting stuff and again I don't want to do the whole thing right now, but I feel the need to do not to discuss the context of La Tosa. Jefferson County had proposed. Eight Accordion Health Ordinance that it's the same as all of the others go into people's houses. You can do this that or the other. The take the furniture. Take this. Take away their right. Simply because some unelected bureaucrats decided that you wanted to do what they wanted to empower them. To do all of this. The meeting in Jefferson County whether or not to move forward with this was last night. I'm told. Hundreds of people showed up now I didn't see video, so I can't count them, but I am told by people who were there that it was in the hundreds. And the County Board voted on the ordinance. Now. Nothing's ever getting government. People don't understand that you can bring something back up. Whatever you want, you can put something down ninety. It's like a school referendum. You vote it down. Ninety seven thousand times at they pass the next time. It's in effect. And I'm not saying that they are going to try to bring it back, but the vote was overwhelming to shoot it down because hundreds of people showed up in that county after telling their elected officials, they don't want this. In other words you can stop. This abuse by government. And this move toward. Good as radical, but it's almost really not fill. Some of the things that are being done are insane. They're crazy. In, addition, to be I, being un-american, unfair immoral. Violation of people's rights. And ultimately will lead based premise mob rule will ultimately lead to the deterioration and destruction of our communities. I merely bring up the Jefferson County. Thing to say that well. You can't stop these things you know you can. However. It's very hard for anyone to do anything individually on their own. On. Either yesterday or Mondays Program I forget which one. We, played the audio of. The young woman who held a sign, saying police lives matter. She went to a black lives. Matter it held up. A police lives matter side. She's a young Latina woman and. She wanted to take her own standing. She showed up at a black lives matter. Rally. Holding her side, and of course, they went nuts. Some of them tried to physically attack her. But she survived, and her comment was look. I'm just a girl. That's what she described yourself. I don't know how old she is. She's young. I'm just a girl, if I. I'm not exceptional. If I could do this, anybody can do this. But I grant you. It's hard for one person to do it. How'd you like to be one? Young woman showing up at a black lives matter. Rally holding a sign. That they'd like? Admittedly, that's courageous. and. It's hard to get anywhere when there's only the what of you. So if you'll say well, what can I do? What can I do and I grant you on your own? It's very hard to do much of anything in our world. But, there's strength in numbers I. Keep mentioning this. So, how do you go from? One. To a large group well, here's the thing. There's lots of ones out there. They're just not organized. There are many things. that the left is smarter than the right odd. Just too bad that none of them have anything to do with actually running anything that would help us. They're smarter than the right. A lot of things at one of the things is the left has always understood. The need for organization. fact, it's. The ultimate grow at growth industry and Liberal is community organizer. We have hundreds of them right now in the state of Wisconsin on payrolls. Doing groundwork for the election. Including some that are leading some of these protests at are getting paid in order to do it. Left his always understood the power of organization. All these rallies that we have going on was somebody's got to organize him. Somebody has to be the ringleader. Somebody has to get all the other people to show up. Somebody has to get the word out. Somebody has to recruit four or five sub leaders to say. Get your people out. It requires that. That's how you get a bunch of people who may have wanted to do something, but didn't know what to do on their own and do it together. This is true of all most anything. The left has all of these organizations backed off with government grants? In which they set up the organization, you're such and such, but then they take ninety nine percent of the money to do this. Political activists stuff. Sometimes it's money that comes from foundations is a lot of billionaires. Tom Style gives to a bunch of these sorrows his money as all over the place. There's a bunch of others so sometimes it comes from private grants. Sometimes it comes foundations, and sometimes it comes from government, but they've got all of this organization and the organization works. My side is very disorganized. We have almost no groups that you can think of and the ones that we do. Have they just don't Organiz for instance in Milwaukee you do have Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce that is an organization. He doesn't do anything. Shut, we can shut down a business out. If they don't require everybody to have a mascot, we can take away their license. They do business and the didn't do a damn thing to stop that. Walkie common. Council is going to slash the size of the police department. The MAC didn't do anything to stop. There's no organization there with with that with that at all, so you have to form your own organizations, or you have to have some people that are willing to roll up their sleeves and get these kinds of things going. It requires somebody who has a little bit of an initiative. Saying Hey I'm going to let's just grab as. Bad example because it's so in the news but Tosa. There's nothing to stop. Tour three people at Walla Tosa simply going to decide. We're GONNA organize here. And in order to organize anybody. We'd have to raise money. And we're GONNA USE THAT MONEY WE'RE GONNA pay ourselves salaries well a board of directors whole thing. And then we are going to organize. Organize and organizing every time. The government is proposing something we don't like. We are going to get out there. And HAVE PEOPLE RAISE HELL? Show up at public meetings. Contact their public officials publicizing. Get the word out on social media. Get the word out. Neighborhood groups go out these social media things you know in individual communities and mentioned that the stuff is going to happen. And do it again and again and again, and you can do this to get if that's your job. And the left has a Zillion of these guys who this is their job. You think all of these people that are walking around with make phones at volunteers. I don't know where all their buddy comes from. Trust me Frank. Navy's money's coming from somewhere. It might be Soros, but it's usually you can't prove it. Sauce sows smart enough. It's it's. Pretty much everybody other leftist smart with regard to these things. It's the same thing that the market well about that show Ozark. It's the same thing that he does like you launder all Mata yet. That's. Illegal flag, if for example I wanted to support a cause I could. Set up a foundation which sets up a group that has a separate board of directors, and you don't see my name out of that group. To another group of that gives the grand to another. By the time it gets down to the actual one. That's paying the people that are walking around with the megaphones on the streets. In never goes back to who it is that you know that funded. Nonetheless, you don't have to do it to the the back door like that. You to the front door. When The right organizes. The right is effective. I would say the most effective organization on the right. Is the NRA. But again this is highly organized. GET MUDDY! I'm. I don't even know what level of member I am. The DNR is brilliant at getting money from you. It doesn't matter what type of member you are. There's always something that's a higher level that you can think. Congratulations on being a lifetime charter, founding, patriotic superstar, elite platinum member, but now it's time mark belling for you to go to a higher level doesn't matter what level you at your at you always go hair. He's always getting money from you. The NRA. Cakes that money and they or their extremely well organized, and they fight at every level they can't. They're very good at communicating to their members. If something's going on election or a proposal in such and such a community, they'll get used to be come in the mail. Now email alerts and so on. They get that word out right away. Their field organizers all over the place. No again they've got to staff at a lot of people think that the staff spins too much money. A lot of people think that the guy who runs at Lapeer is overpaid and so on, but the point is that money that organization has been effective. The left has not been particularly successful in banning God's. I believe that if trump loses twenty twenty, one will be the urine which they are successful at batting guns, but so far they have not been, but only because the NRA has fought and fought and fought and fought. Now that's just the one issue, but it's the rare case that I sight of organization on the right now that's a big national huge. I'm talking here about some of these things being done at the most local of level. Again I use hosts as an example, which is a battle because toes is just. A basket case of. Atrocious government it could be anywhere. Can literally be anywhere and obviously the greatest need for it would be in a community. I monopoly falls is a community that has had some of this. It needs to have more. Germantown is the next community either Germantown and east drier, and the crosshairs of the Liberals where they're gonNA. Try to pollute the school curriculum to. Make it even more radical than and un-american, and so on these things are all going on kind of behind the scenes with organization on the left, but there's no organization on the right to alert people to it and inform people about it. It can't always be me because I can't cover every single community. That's out there, but if you're the local organization, that's say just inventing a case. Southern Washington County. And you're paying somebody to be on top well, then that's how it's done. That's what the left does. It is remarkable. How many of these community organizers are paid by the Democratic Party or affiliated with one nonprofit organization after it other? There are almost no community organizers on the right. This is a weakness of our side, not because community organization is a noble profession, but because as I was saying before you need to be organized, let's imagine. You have nine hundred people at a community who think one way about something whatever that is then have to beat the police issues just something. But they're not part of any group. Have Nine hundred separate people each of living in a different house, each of living in a different part of the community. They all feel strongly about something. But none of them. No, no, who wanted other is. And they wonder what is it that I can do? So they end up completely. Uncoordinated in their efforts, maybe a few of them right at a few emails, nothing ever really happens. Nobody knows that you're supposed to show up. Nobody's keeping track of when going to be brought up at a meeting. Nobody has any kind of suggestion about having a public. It doesn't ever happen because there's no level of organization. The left never lacks organization. You wouldn't think a mob would be an organized event. But in fact, These mobs are highly organized. There's a term that came around a few years ago. That I think proves my point. It's called. Flash mob. A flash mob is something which somebody goes on some social media site. And tells a bunch of people to show up in the same place, specific location at a specific time, and usually raise hell. Many of the flash mobs have attacked. People beat them up smashed store windows stuff like that. It's a Bob, which by definition doesn't seem organize. Except the mob itself was organized, someone took the initiative to organize those people that go out and raise that kind of trouble. If a bunch of people on their own decided to commit violent while they'd all be a number, one be over here the other way to be over here very ineffective when they show up in the same place and go crazy. They're effective flash mob. The mobs that we have had. That have gone for peaceful protesting to. Bullying. Hijacking. Intimidating and the case of Tosa. Getting a common council to essentially disgrace itself. While is common council is disgraceful. With the exception of John De, Venzke, a former cop was on the council. It is a disgraceful Tom until so there's no. Reason to sugarcoat this when they're going to go out there and try to destroy a human being's life and career and reputation. Just because they don't have any guts to stand up to a bunch of non residents who've come into their community and start yelling at. That's disgraceful. These disgraceful people, the members of the Waubosa Common Council. As I say I was going to say every time we're going to exempt Dubinsky. He's the only one that voted. No to didn't show up. It's disgraceful. It is disgraceful. What is Bette allowed to happen at while the Tosa? And no one knows where it's the majority opinion of auditory or not, but we do know is this the people who are upset about what's happening while Tosa are not organized? So therefore, they have not. Communicated their message and they have not applied any pressure. The pressure has come entirely from the other side because the other side is organized. I'll do that right should. People bitching about that. I haven't given it out. No surprise they happened. Then, they yelled at him. Here's the sizzling summer cash context word. We'll do it now. Smile S., M. I l. e. for those of you. Who didn't tune in detail now you're a winner, because now you get to hear the word. You would have missed it if you want tuned in ten after three smile or you to. Smile S. M I L E text that to two, hundred, two, hundred eighty. We're GONNA. Have a winner now. Whatever I do it in a screwed up as we'll have a winter, everybody text in smile. You've got a whole half hour white. Nobody's widen. You're right. Nobody's went and I'm just claiming your wind and he would even if you're winning smile text that two hundred, two hundred, you gotta get it in before four o'clock. So that's still half hour you'll get a text. Confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply in this nationwide. Contest. So the people. Who are appalled at some of the things that are happening the people who while Tosa who believe that if somebody is going to go up and try to commit mass murderer at Mayfair mall that somebody should try to stop them. They're not organized. And therefore their voices have not been heard. Now as I was saying you wouldn't think that a group whose activities. Are Hell Bent I. Chaos could be described as organized, but they are. What led up to the vote last night to call for the firing of officer Mensa. were. Disruptions that have occurred at the mall descriptions that have occurred near the end outside the ball near North Avenue in Mayfair road. And two separate meetings of the Common Council, in which. Protesters showed up even though. There was no form for public commentary. They just showed up and started screaming and yelling and hijacking the meeting, and they wouldn't stop yelling, yelling and yellow to yell at a yellow yellow yellow yellow. And the members of the city council, many of whom aren't there because the meeting is virtual, and they're just watching the other home cameras zoom. They're sitting there. They don't know what to what to do about it. The mayor sitting there wearing his mask. He doesn't know what to do about it. And this just goes on and the people a yelling and screaming, and finally they answer them the at at screaming and yelling and screaming and yelling and screaming, and they keep saying the same thing. We white men fired. So the city council decided okay. We're like these mean people, I coming in and yellows, the meeting Burg and a call to have Mensa fired. That is astonishingly gutless. It's also. Immoral. And I can make a pretty strong case that it's racist. You at thirteen white people and Waubosa. Vote to fire an African American police officer who has done nothing wrong. Simply because a mob demanded. The Lily White Common. Council there may be some people have mixed race ORF? Mixed ethnicity there, but I'm looking at all their pictures. They look pretty white to be. Voted to get rid of an African American police officer because a mob demanded that they do it, even though the officer has been accused of no wrongdoing by any agency has been charged with nothing. And it was done because the organized left was making it clear that they were going to show up at every one of these meetings and disrupted the meetings unless you did this. What this was in Wa, so it was a lot of things, but it was also a perfect description of a love. Disturb a vacuum. The TOSA, city council and Tulsa officials have been hearing only one thing, and the not only hearing at. They're seeing it because people are marching in the streets in the seeing it because they're showing up at their meetings screaming at them. They might get an email or a phone call from somebody on the other side, but again it's not organized. What do you think would have happened while Matosa? If they're meeting the city council last night where they voted thirteen to one to fire the officer. Had occurred in Jefferson County where I'm. I don't know how many but some people think it was. Hundreds of people showed up to say kill the health ords if hundreds of people would have shown up and said. Support? Our Police Department. Would have demanded that loudly and made a very very. Visual demonstration of their presence in their beliefs. Maybe they would have responded differently now I get. A lot of people aren't going to want to show up. They think that they're gonNA be protesters on the other side and people who have threatened violence if people who are defending a guy. Who was heading into the ball with a loaded gun? An extended magazine with thirty five rounds of ammunition. That's what Alvin call had according to the Milwaukee police report. He not only was headed into the ball with a gun. They said he had an extended clip in it and that's just one you know. You can call it a magazine or a clip whatever the term is. He had thirty five rounds of ammunition with him. Why would anybody go anywhere with thirty five rounds of ammunition? Biggest reason you intend to go somewhere as you shoot your gut about thirty five times. So there may be some people who have been shy about confronting a group that supportive of someone like that. But still whether it was at that specific meeting or not, my point is is that if the Wahlberg Costa City Council actually saw it. I. Don't mean you have to yell and scream and be obnoxious the way. The protesters were if they simply heard and saw. Representatives have their own community with the same passionate feelings. They're less likely to do it. Now and I've used that example some of these health ordinances we have been rather successful in the communities that we have alerted people to them to stop them from being passed. And once people become aware of them, and they read how horrible these these these ordinances are. Many people deeply care. These are people who are terrified of the notion of losing their freedoms. They're generally very very afraid of the idea that a government official could enter your home and enforce some sort of rule. Like this against you. Well, there are also people who I think are terribly afraid of Walla Tosa having. A police department may be half the size that it has right now. Just that organized, so the Wilbur Tosa thing was probably not my best example the site because this could be any community. It could be anything. The school referendums are another one. The organized side is always the side that's in favor of the referendum. If we had an infrastructure and I I'm telling you if there wasn't network of organizations like this I, know many people who donate to them. For example if you had some large conservative organization decided instead of. Sitting and Madison doing its think tank crap. That? It would actually organize people on the ground to engage. In Pro community conservative activism. And would fund those local groups? There'd be a lot of conservatives who would do what sorrow some style and a lot of other people do and fund them. They find that to be a worthwhile cause. We don't have any vehicles to do that. As a general rule, the Republican Party has been very bad at it. They're getting better. They're trying to get more people on the ground. As we approached the twenty twenty election, but it's usually the Democrats have way more people on the ground, and it's the Republicans who think we can just run a trillion ads, and that's all we have to do. If the last. Couple of years let's say the last four months have demonstrated anything. It's the troops on the ground organization. Application of pressure is the way to win battles in America right now. We do not have a majority of this country. That wants us to be Marxist nation. But we are moving toward being a Marxist nation, and we will become one if. The Democrats win the president. Of the United States, said it. They will go for all of it. Biden is already made it clear. That he will move to implement the Green. No, do probably AFC will be as point personality. Forget about American industry surviving this. That's just the one area. We've seen in areas like San Francisco and Seattle. That we're willing to just take away private property and banned police. When the left gets this opportunity of when they control everything, they will move to do as much as they possibly can fill. That power is taken away from them. They will go hog wild after this. It's not a guarantee. The things that they want to do are not majority public opinion. What the Left has is a organization and be the media. Admittedly, those are powerful. Many of the things that have been going on in some of our communities simply aren't reported by the media as I've been mentioning. Maybe some people don't because I. Keep bringing up virtually. Nobody knows it. Officer men said while Matosa is black. If they knew that will change the narrative for the story. The way that people have been perceiving this is is that he's a racist, and that's why he's killing people of Color. No the media doesn't say he's white. They just never mentioned his race. If he was white. They've mentioned it every single time. Memphis picture is never in any of these stories. You think about Eddie. Cop Accused of any kind of wrongdoing for the last fifty years. All you ever see as their picture. How many times do you think we saw? Was the guy from the OJ trial Mark Fervid. How many times did you see? Mark Furman picture I I swear. It's indelibly planet in my in my brain. So. They have the media and the organized. What they don't have. It's the majority of public opinion. In most cases, they may have the majority in. Seattle they may have the majority in San Francisco. They have the majority in Madison they might even have the majority of Milwaukee, but they don't have the majority society wide. And if you WANNA stop them. You have to get people organized and people have to be willing to break out of their shell and raise their voices, because many of the things that are happening right now are happening by starting at the local level, and they are moving at warp speed. Here's what the Milwaukee Police is the agency that has investigated that Mayfair shooting because we have a lot in Wisconsin that police agencies can investigate their own police about shooting, so the incident happened while toe said it's Milwaukee police that handled the investigation, so Milwaukee Police has been the agency that's released the information that we had about what the album call shooting. This was the incident that occurred several months ago at Mayfair. Mom! I group of people was moving to take over the ball. The police responded. Cole was carrying a gun and was ordered by police to drop his gun. This was in the parking lot approaching the ball. According to a walkie police call seventeen. Fired a shot at which point officer men's have returned, fire and call was skilled. Now all we know again. Is. That's the information that was provided by Milwaukee Police. We also know from Milwaukee Police. That the gun. The call was carrying was a stolen God. We also know that it was loaded. And in a, Either Fannie packer belt pack something that he out around his waist. He had an extended clip. With thirty five rounds of ammunition. That's what he brought with him to the mall on a day that the mall was being overrun by a number of people who had decided to organize and come in and try to take over the ball. He was told the drop the gun instead of dropping the gun, he fired a shot. In a moral society and a decent community. The community would have the back of the police officer. Who put himself in danger by responding to that situation. And tried to stop somebody before he got into the mall and committed mass murder. Instead. That officers being persecuted. While Tosa. Preferred, that Alba coal rat into Mayfair and Used all thirty five rounds of ammunition and committed mass murder. He would have done that. No I don't. I do know. He had thirty five rounds of ammunition, according to Milwaukee Police. And, the news reports at the time. And I know he had the garden. He was headed toward the ball. And the Milwaukee, police do say that he did fire one shot before he was shot. Presuming, that that information is accurate, it means that he was willing to use his firearm. For simply being told not to. So I think it's a pretty good bat that. He may have intended to kill people inside the ball, but weather he gatorade. Didn't you have a man with a gun, not legally allowed to have a gun because he's only seventeen a man with a loaded gun. IGNORING IT! Officers commanded drop the gun and instead shooting the gun. While heading into a public place in an air at a time, in which mass shootings at places like malls are common occurrence in America. Amoral. Community has that officers back and thanks him for his service. And immoral community fires him. You can live at an immoral community. Not Be moral. You can be a right winger in Seattle the appalled by Seattle end. That doesn't mean you're immoral, but it does mean you live in an immoral community. Volvo right now I believe is an immoral community. Because it is acting an immoral fashion. Officer call officer Mensa. been charged with nothing. No. Agency has ruled that the shooting was unjustified. The critics of officer meant to say well, you know. He was involved in two other fatal shootings true. No Agency ruled. The either of those shootings were inappropriate. They not only didn't role that there were criminal. They did not even rule that they were a violation of departmental roles. People bring up the three shootings. But that's it obviously it irrelevant point. The two shootings had already occurred years earlier when officer arrived at Mayfair Mall, and a guy armed with a gun was running toward the mall. Ignored commands to drop the. Garden instead, shot. Whether officer men's. They had killed ninety seven people prior to that or not is irrelevant. He was sworn police officer with an obligation to protect the community at the ball. And the individual who was shot was an individual who was carrying stolen gun at an age, at which he's not even allowed to have a gun and according to the Milwaukee police fired at least one shot. Prior to himself being shot. If, officer Mensa is not. Safe from persecution by what what does the police department imagine a cop at a Greyer area? Officer says black. Imagine a white cop in a gray area. Imagine a shooting. Where perhaps you thought you saw a gun, wasn't there? Or the individual. They told him to drop the gun and you didn't maybe give them quite enough time. Is All different. This is a stolen gun loaded extended Benicia. Clip headed into a public place every reason to believe in retrospect that this might have been a mass murderer that had been stopped. It's hard to find much to criticize ed again. Not Every investigation into this is over, and if they come up with some reason to find fault with Benson than we have to be willing to look at that, we can agree with it or disagree with it, but nothing has been presented at this point that would indicate anything other than the officer had the right to defend himself at the officer had an obligation to protect a public place, in which lots of people are from an individual who brought a gun with all sorts of rounds of ammunition and a guy who, by the way we haven't even mentioned posted on facebook prior to his death, a photo of himself, brandishing his guns. If the Water Tosa Police Department had done nothing and Albacore went into the wall and killed thirty people. We would all demanding. What kind of rotten police department while the Tosa has that they see a guy armed with a gun running into the mall and they don't do anything about it much less after he fires a shot at you. So, not only was officer, apparently in a no win situation. It means that while toasts, city council has spoken loudly every law enforcement officer its department. We don't have your back. We don't support you. We don't want to protect us. Now the wobble city council can't fire officer Mezza. which is why they shouldn't have voted on this at all. The fire and police commission is the agency by law in Wisconsin. That can fire officer Mensa. But. The city council is demanding that they do so. The vote from the city council is a call for the fire and police commission to end officer Mensa's service with the city, so the fire and police commission can now say they have cover from the city council, and the fact that the vote was thirteen to one with all the Alderman dubinsky boating know. That, it's apparently the overwhelming statement of the governing body in that community. As they say, you could be a lefty income with every dumbbell idea under the sun. This is beyond that. This is offensive obscene, and as I say I believe, immoral. It's immoral to not only take away someone's job, but to take away someone's reputation. When not only did they do nothing wrong, but instead you can make a strong case. They acted heroically. Tomorrow. And the fact that it's a bunch of whites doing African. American guide makes you wonder. Maybe, it is short while we're toasted that black lives don't matter. Maybe that's what they're saying. The White Common Council Alberto's that wants to fire the black top who tried to defend? The People Mayfair Mall probably the majority of whom are white. I really question the next time. There's a call for assistance at Mayfair Mall. If the toast, the police should respond. I'm serious about this I'm not saying they should. Saying a question it. Because the Walla does the city council clearly doesn't want them to respond to do anything? So the next time a mob shows up with a bunch of guns, apparently prayer to shoot up the ball. Whatever damage they maybe the Tosa. Police Department just shouldn't respond because their city council doesn't want them to respond. They certainly don't want them to protect the public. Is it a graceful pack of people. I know why they did it. We've got to stop these people from coming to the meeting and yelling at us. That's a little backbone. They were. To Destroy Officer Ben, say and his life just because they didn't like the yelled at. And again. The only counter I could offer to that. Is when you only hear the one side. They need to hear the other side as well and I would certainly hope. That somebody figures out a way to get some organization communities like while the Tosa, so the city council there. So clowns like Joel Tillerson and Mike Morgan. Maybe. It's a good idea to read their Daves. I'm GonNa read the names of the remember Alderman Dubinsky voted knows that he is not part of my criticism here. James Molden. Mac Stick. Kathleen crazier. Kim Hansen Nancy, Welsh Ernst Franson. Michael Walsh. Heather cool of course is the sponsor of a Joel Tillerson Margareta Riley Alison Burn Mike Bargain Jason. Cope with Jason Wilkie Craig Wilson according to the online story to members were not present. If. They want to state that they would have voted. No, that's Nancy welshing Tim Hansen. If they want to state that. If they were present, they would have voted no. I would point that out for the record, but of the fourteen showed up. The only would've voted no result of and Dubinsky. Who by the way is a long time command officer in the? Police Department I don't know if he uses D. detective detective at the Tosa police for thirty years. And he was the only one. Who voted against trying to destroy? Officers meant life because they got a little bit of heat and criticism. So again if you live in Walvis, I'm not saying that your shameful person. I saying you need to be ashamed of your community because you're skier, community is shameful. This is shameful. Shameful. To disgrace the mayor, the committee Dennis McBride. He's a disgrace. These are disgraceful people. To sell out another human, being much less than African American human being over this. Because a bunch of protests in Milwaukee came at a yelled at him. It's a disgrace. It's 353 at newstalk seven thirty Winz it's time for rather traffic on ninety four westbound ten minutes downtown out to Morland Road and starting to see some showers and thunderstorms moved through the area. That's going to keep the speeds down from the Lynch that all. You're really happy with your wallet. Come well, you know I. I haven't been happy with them since about nineteen ninety-seven, so it doesn't really change this. This is not only a new Loewe. This is I can't really think. Of any governmental body in Wisconsin. Doing anything worse than this in the thirty years doing this program, this is simply. Despicable and the thing that's most despicable about it is that it's gratuitous because they. Can't fire the police officer. They're only calling another agency to do it. They could've simply said what they've been saying all along that. This isn't our area. It's the fire and police commission. This was specifically done. It's his send a signal out that we don't like this cop at were with you. The protesters said stop come into the meetings and yelling at us. We're with you. You. We're not with this copy prior to protect us. We're going to bend over backwards in stick our beak into this thing and make it clear that we are against the Tosa police against this officer, and where with the agitators, Milwaukee, who run around carrying signs, saying it's wrong for the police department to try to stop. What could have been a mass shooting at Mayfair Ball? Chicken bleep is the word I would use for these plants way to solve the problem is that all the appropriate words are words? You can't say the radio which is why I use this. Despicable immoral are the the biggest thing that I can come up with, and I think that this is not morally defensible, and it is despicable. What is being done to this officer to his family to people know him the other people on the Department who now realize that they have sold out. It's despicable and other than defense key. This is just the despicable gang of people you talk about mob rule while mob rule is what started the pressure this but that common council acted. In the form of a mob. Easily should follows throughout it. You can just accept in Walmart does Tulsa there is no justice. There's no due process. There's no nothing they're simply a community that doesn't have the integrity to back. Noble Noble public servants who do. The right thing. I? Wins Mark. Late afternoon show. The larger point. Here is not the lotto situation. The larger point is is that there are people that are just very very distressed. At what they see going on in our country. While we're toast, says the same community that is very likely to take down the names of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln off the schools again, because a bunch of people who are loud and organized. They're demanding it. And there's nobody organized at all in the other side that is opposed to it. We're seeing wholesale across the United States People's rights, being violated seeing the heritage of our country being attacked. We're seeing not just statues but memorials. Being altered we're seeing. Demands to put lies in our school curriculum. We're seeing government officials have refused the. Schools but continue to pay overpaid. Lazy schoolteachers set on their butts and do nothing. We've got all of this going on, and we have a media that is. Totally in the bag and is reporting unfroze. We're learning that this whole covid number surge is. Possibly not existed. There are people just seeing this and realize they're being lied to saying public officials that are selling them out. They're seeing values. That were longstanding American values. You obey the police. You support your local police officers. You, don't support criminals with guns who are threatening to kill people and the just seeing a turned on their head what I've tried to tell the audience is that if you're not part of this, you're not alone. People feel as I just feel I feel like we're losing our country I feel like I'm all alone. You feel like you're all alone. Because you're not hearing anyone else say what you think, but as I keep pointing out just because you don't see or hear, something doesn't mean it's not there. Conservatives are generally led by Republicans who are usually wimpy. And Conservatives are almost never organized. This creates. A void in which our voices often are not heard. The only time they are heard is if you get a spokesperson like talk, show someone like myself. WHO EXPRESSES IT? But it does it made that it's not out there and it doesn't mean the problem is not curable. There needs. To Be Essay this can be done at a local level. You can get somebody who came up with a business plan. To start a non-profit of race, four hundred fifty thousand dollars, and have higher him or herself, and maybe one or two staff to organize the Community Ed. Do all the stuff lefties do? As I say! Sudden, these people that are leading all these protests across the United States all identical messages they're being paid. The people that are calling for a march every week of the suburbs. We have documentation that this person is a field organizer in numerous Wisconsin. Political campaign throw being paid. This can't be done and short of this organization. There's nothing stopping citizens from trying to simply speak up on their own, but as I say, it's simply much more effectively. You do it in a coordinated fashion as the left learned. And it's the only thing it works. The thing that liberals hate most? Is Conservatives fightback. Most Conservatives cave. And they think bubble given what they want and they go away. You'd think after two hundred and fifty years of American history. You would learn that. That isn't the case that they never go away when you don't give them what what when you don't when you give them what they want, they see it as weakness and they demand the next thing, which is why the next thing of autos is going to be. They're gonNA want Barry. Weber stop. The police chief has been supportive of his offices. They got want him fired and watch and see how quickly before had their cool shoot software lefty mouth, and how quickly the rest of the city council cost for that? Maybe if they fired the officer euro chief, Webber will say well. Then I'm going to go to which the get A to get what they want. And then the next thing after that they will move to gut the size of the police department budget. And then they'll push to make. A violation of city roles for the Police Department to patrol it fair ball unless they're called by the mall that they can't go to routine patrols, and so it won't end. These things never end until they're ended and they are ended when the left loses, the left hates it. When the right fights back they hate it. It drives them crazy. Go through the last twenty years. Who are the Conservatives? Liberals hate the most. The ones that fight back. Why do you think they hate trump? Trump is in many respects less conservative than W, Bush, or at least less traditionally conservative terms of his views on. Foreign Affairs and A few other things, certainly the budget. You know trump is in some areas. He's redefined what Republican is by putting the party in different direct, but by and large. Trump hasn't done anything that virtually any Republican would not have done other than simply having the willingness to do it, but his ideology. He's that way to the right of what the Republican Party is what they hate about him is. That he never cames when when they dish it out to him, he fires a right back at sticks in the face. They also hate the fact that at least so far they can't beat him. This is why they hate conservative. Talk show hosts. The refused the caves at the radiology. I explained all the time. They can dish it out, but they can't take it. Scream and yell and riot and carry on, but then say anything. They don't like it suddenly there is this hurtful. This is hurtful. Oh, I'm crying. You've damaged me this violet speech that you gave me. So. If! You think it's hopeless. These are beatable people. You have to organize and you have to fight back. And when you do, they aren't going to know how to take it. They get thrown off their game. Once you let them start winning by caving. It's over. which is why everybody has to support the communities that are trying to kill these local health ordinances, because if they pass one or two or three of them that will give momentum for them to pass in others just as what a community Jefferson county gets. There's rejected and while worth county gets, there's rejected. This emboldens people that other counties. Hey, if Walworth and Jefferson counties, residents have a backbone to stand up and fight, we can stand up and fight. What's going on? In Washington Cody, re? You have an unaccountable health administrator WHO's just running around out there? Throwing her weight around in an appropriate fashion, and not having enough integrity to explain or defend what it is that she's knowing you don't have to take this crap. But it also takes more bigger mouths than just the talk show hosts like me who can only focus on certain things in certain times to do some of this fighting back. And as I say if you're looking for a project, food got like a conservative out there with one hundred million dollars is look at is something that really be effective to try to start funding a network of organizations at the local level with staff to organize these communities and try to stop the school referendums and try to get bad teachers fired. Add stand up for your local police department, and basically go through the whole gamut of issues in which we've been taken a losing sight, Kinda fight back. The other direction I think that that would be a very worthy endeavour gotta give you right now before we go into this break. Talk Eleven thirty wins Mark belling late afternoon show. Let's just work a hypothetical here. Two one of the mall. Let's start though with. And the key here is race. If! albuque- call the guy who was shot at the mall. Was White, this would not be an issue. There'd be no white people that would be bothered that the police took action against a white guy who was headed with heavily armed. With thirty five am thirty five rounds of ammunition and an extended clip heading into a mall. or to drop the gun instead firing a shot. At that was a white guy that was shot by the police. No one care, so we have to introduce race into this. Let's imagine. Kim Hansen? Or Joel Tillotson, who are members of the Watterson common grabbed to? What of tonight calls the police and says? I just looked into my backyard. There's an African American male with God. Appear The wall with toast the police. Should they respond? Should they go to tell us I'm serious. Should they respond, or should they tell us in hey? You're on your own. Because if they do respond. And the Guy Shoots Adam. They know that Tillerson will sell about if. They shoot back at an attempt to protect themselves until listen. I used to listen as you can be any of of the divinity. Matt typic- same thing Jason Corporate same thing. Why should it again if it's a white person, no harm no foul, because white people don't seem to bind if police go and investigate suspicious individuals were white I'm white. I don't mind if the police go after a white guy who's breaking the law. This only seems to be an issue with. An African American, at as I say. I think that. If Alvin call was not black, but none of this would be brought up at all the fact that black lives matter is the organization that's bringing it up of proves my point. So now the second hypothetical. Hypothetical since it happens weekly. We get a report. That a group of thirty to forty to fifty. Young people predominantly African, American. I, going out to the ball, channing things in some of them are carrying. Openly carrying firearms. The mall calls the police. We might have a thing here. Should respond. First of all. If you're openly carrying the gun, you might not be violating the Y. Alba? Call was violating the law because his gun was a stolen it'd be. He was under the age of eighteen. But given the fact that. You I literally damned. If you do and damned if you don't and the Walla Tosa Common Council has made it clear. They don't want police officers. Shooting individuals who are running around with stolen guns even if they're shot at first. Is wildwood TOSA statement simply not. Is Wobble Tosa as a governing body. Simply saying we don't want the police to do anything. So therefore, why should they? And the people while the TOA size sufficiently alarmed at the fact. That they're common. Council has disarmed. Them advertised that the entire world. That, this is now Minneapolis where you can simply come in and commit mass, murder and mayhem burn the city down. Maybe the residents of auto civil get better. Alderman and a better mayor. But in the winter of I. I don't see what the reason would be for a police officer to respond to these things because they apparently don't want them to respond to these things if they do respond to these things at follow all of the rules. They get fired. or at least recommended by the Common Council for firing. Never Mind doing your job. Lay Your life down on the line for somebody. Who's going to sell you out when they what you save someone's life. Sell you up. Before, we go to the break. Here's something we don't know. If Mayfair was not in Tulsa with all of this have been different. Let's just imagine when they built. They feared they built it twenty blocks of the West that it was in Brookefield. Would Brookefield City Council have done the same sell out we don't know. If it'd better West Alice we don't know. There's no real way of noake. What I do believe was calculated at. If you've learned anything about these protesters, they're very organized and who they go after they early on sized up Wa Tosa as being. A community that they could steamroll first of all. They had people who are on their side. These he site Alderman Cather's cool and so on. She's anti police in the first place, so they had some allies, and then they sized up. The rest of the governmental body is being people that we could walk all over. They have these rules, and while Tovia can't just express, discuss things that are on the agenda, so you scream at a yellowed heaven so on if that is a resident of Waldo some regular old resident decided that they wanted to come in and complain about the property taxes, and just yelled and disrupted the no way they tolerate that, but they tolerate people from outside the community coming in and. And engaging in this behavior and I think these protesters size them up early. Odd that the mayor up there with face mask on is a WIMP and that he wasn't going to do anything to enforce the rules that if we screamed at a lively enough, they'll roll over a give us everything they want. Because these are a week, people and be. They're not particularly grounded in any principal. And I think that's what this ultimately ends up with I. Don't think that even everyone. The members of the chemicals that voted to have the officer fired is liberal. I think they don't have principal. They don't really stand for anything that's right. There's no ideology. They just want this thing to go away. They're going to be shocked. And of course it doesn't go away. When because they've now been perceived, suckers had patsies the next the next the next. Amanda the next the bed and finally that keep saying finally. This is the final finally. I guarantee you. They are matter at the comments that I have made. Then they are at the obnoxious bullying demands that they got from the mobs of people who came into their meetings, their matter at my comments. My comments that I have pride to ground in logic. And defend by point of view. And do it at a proper form my show, they're probably matter at me than they are at a bunch of people who storm into a meeting to defend a guy who brought a stolen gun to a mall ignored police commands fired a shot from it, and was later found to have thirty five rounds of ammunition in his fattier belt pack that he was carrying around matter of about people who would defend him, they're they're matter at me than people who would defend that individual who may have fully intended to go out and kill lots of people at that law that day. If he didn't say. Why did he have all those bullets? Should I throw another point even though I, said finally fourteen times I'm going to throw out another one. You go back, and you read the months of news coverage of this virtually every story stresses that Alvin Colas Black you can't find one that says officer Menzies Black. They're both black. The police officers black and the guy with a stolen gun was black. They're both African Americans. Yet the race of the one is always mentioned at his for. But how many times have you seen that photo? The really nice one, not the one from his facebook page where he's got the guns you see they. Why don't they show? OFFICER MINCES PHOTO BY? The breeze, shove all those the reason they don't show. His photo is why they did it by his rice, and it changes the narrative of the story. This is a conscious and deliberate thing. I mentioned on the show. About a week at a half ago that I didn't think many people knew that officer meant was black, and then I tried it other. My own personal life is not a scientific, but the people I know i. a lot of people sort of follow the news metaphor new none of them do. I talked to a couple of ex cops. Who would think you know who would pay? What I say this? They would pay more attention to police type news than others they didn't know. Nobody does. How does that fact some late? Somehow over months not be out there. Get, it changes the story once you know it, that's. Because you can claim all sorts of things, but it's very hard to claim that this was a racist shooting. Given that the individuals were of the same rice. and. From. SAN FOR MILWAUKEE. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on Newstalk talk eleven thirty, you said. We spent a lot of time in the first hour of the program discussing. This premise that I have all is not lost. You can. Stop the hijacking of America. Destruction of our national heritage? The attempts to transfer our country from one based on freedom, free market capitalism, the bill of rights and free expression to. A new form of Marxist fascism. That restricts people's rights takes away. Their incomes turns us into a totally dependent class. That allows lawlessness people sleeping on the street and anarchy. This can all be stopped because I don't believe the majority of Americans support it. On the other hand. It is naive to think that the people who do support it is a small group. It's larger than you think and I think it's most Democrats. If, it wasn't. They be objecting to what's going on here. The only attempt we have seen in calendar your twenty twenty on the part of the Democrats to moderate themselves was to moderate their messenger. They didn't want Bernie Sanders to be the candidate to be Joe Biden. Because they thought if we actually had a socialist rotting, somebody says he's a socialist. That's going a bridge too far. What we have to do is. Essentially be socialists, but we need to have a frontman somebody who? Does it appear to be at if the guy's a doddering fool who's going to Keel over? A few weeks and vice president could take over, so be it. But other than that. The! Democratic Party has adopted every single radical talking point that's out there. Biden who initially said he was not in favor of defending the police then changed his tune by simply changing the word from defined to divert. He says he's in favor of diverting funds that go to the police to put them into other areas both means the same thing. The word is less harsh. Sounding Biden of course has to say this in order to keep this radical mob on his side. He believes that they'll go out and do all the fieldwork. Along those lines. You may be aware. Of this organized effort to held a rally in one of the suburbs every week between now at Tober. Couple of people have done some legwork on this and found that the organizer is a time paid community organizer in other words. They're doing this because they believe may be. The tactic is smart. Maybe it's not we'll find out. They believe that if you go into the suburbs team now when he election time and raise Ruckus, said raise hell. But some of these suburban I told buckle and take all. We have to stop this. Maybe we should throw trump out I believe that's what they're thinking is the same thought that they happened Watto said that these are essentially wimpy people and their dumb enough to think. That if we act up a little bit. Go Away. If we would. In fact, they won't go away. If they win, they'll become fireworks and fire more dominant right now. The only line in the sand that is stopping us for being an only Marx. HIS COUNTRY IS DONALD TRUMP's presidency. That is the only thing because with his presidency comes the ability to appoint to the Supreme Court, and with his presidency often comes the Senate given the fact that. We have these wave elections. If Person One party wins usually most everybody else of their party wins, if that all leads. were a different country and they're gonNA. Grab all of it. There will be nothing to moderate against them, because all the rest of us will be able to do is scream and yell and whine and complain, but we won't have any votes to stop anything. And don't expect the senior leadership of the Democratic Party to stand. They've stood up to none of it so far none of it. Look at Seattle. Look at San Francisco. LOOK AT MINNESOTA! Look at their funding the police all over the place. They're moving aggressively this week Milwaukee Right now. Where are police department did a remarkable job in stopping most of these protests going violet. Yet the one time they used tear gas. They were condemned for it. The police chief is in the mayor's crosshairs. Everybody knows that. Democrats, standing up defending the Milwaukee police instead the city council voted overwhelmingly unanimously to defend the police department. They say well. We don't know how we're going to do. We're going to end. They will do of course they're gonNA cut the police budget. They're going to do it. If. There's anything positive coming out of this. They will lend it I even on the part of a lot of people on the right while they won't do that, they won't do that. They won't do that. Well they won't pass a mask requirement. They won't shut down every business. They won't do this. They will want to actually fire four hundred police officers. Yes, they will. They will. and. I. Don't think anybody on. And say we weren't Warren because they keep saying this is what they WANNA do. Is? It interesting quote from a member of the Seattle City Council. Now as most people know Seattle over the last several years has become increasingly radicalized. Some people believe it's because all the tech companies that are up. There had so many younger millennials, a huge percentage of whom are actual out notes, socialist or Marxist moved into the city. Whatever? It's always been a kind lefty city. And it's gotten extremely radical, and it got to the point as we know. After the protests that occurred up there this year. They ended up with this. Anarchy sowed. Where you had entire sections of the downtown, simply saying that they were going to police themselves, and they didn't want any police coming in. And the mayor up there. Dirk rolled over them and allowed to occur. She didn't develop any back orders until I. Just love this. The thing that finally got the mayor mad is when they protested at her house. Burned on the city crap on the Straits could. Rapes going on inside. What do they call that thing? Zo Chaz Zone. But when they protested at her, why but I believe I supported you. Liberals are always surprised when the radicals turn on them always. So anyway member of the Common Council. In Seattle put a tweet. In which she just? Cut to the chase. Enter Twitchy said. We're not GONNA stop. We're going to change the whole thing. We're GONNA. Tear it all down. And we're I. GonNa Change Until we have a socialist society. This is any elected official. Her name is. Hard To say Khashaba. So what? She said. That she and her colleagues are on a mission to destroy capitalism. Here's a statement that she made etta a city council meeting. We are coming for you and your rat and system. We are coming to dismantle this deeply oppressive, racist, sexist, violent, utterly bankrupt system of capitalism. This police state. We cannot and will not stop. Until, we overthrow it and replace it with a world based instead on solidarity, genuine democracy and equality. A socialist world. Now. The funny thing is that Seattle and all of the power that these liberals have is entirely because of capitalism. Two of the most extraordinary examples of capitalism in the last one Hundred Years Amazon and Microsoft both based in the Seattle area, and they have thousands of employees up there I'm almost all of whom are lefties and many of whom say that they support all of this stuff. Even though obviously Amazon would not have achieved its wealth and power and cloud, and created all of these millionaires shot shareholders, and so if we had a socialist society as opposed to one that is premised on capitalism. That's the part here that liberals never really process through. All the money is going to come from doing all these things. If you don't allow anybody, actually have anybody nonetheless. Remember Seattle tickets. She said we're not gonNA. Stop until we dismantle all of it for anybody who has rescued weather. Not Liberals Hate America at hate. Our system. This year became the one in which they felt confident enough to say, so it started in sixteen when sanders ran for president as a socialist that a lot of people voted for him in the past Democrats always denied their socialist. Always then sanders ran and he stopped tonight. He didn't I was socialist. Democratic Socialist, whatever it is, and then all these young people are telling pollsters, yeah, I'm a socialist socialist socialist of a Socialist and socialist, so that little denial lie that they were telling forever. That's gone now. They admit that there's that they're socialist, said now. Many of them are coming right out and saying that they want anarchy. They want to destroy our system. And they're all backing Joe Biden for it it because they believe he becomes. It's the perfect vehicle, a doddering old fool who's only going to last a few months. Just make sure that his running mate somebody at our side put it up pressure out of that. He feels the cabinet that all the decision. Makers are radical lefties and many of them are going to be that if she doesn't have a cabinet position, she's GonNa have one of those quasi cabinet jobs where she czar and she's in charge of something. Omar's ILETO market be the secretary of State. People Laugh about this. I mean Israel Israel's relationship with the United States is done. If Biden wins. Who say they won't do this won't do this. They won't. They won't do this. Look with they're going now. Tony ever shut down most of the businesses in this state. And the only thing that stopped him was a four three state Supreme Court ruling. That's going to be four three. The other way come August I. Now. I said I didn't want this to be all pessimistic because. Beating this be that hard. I don't believe this is a majority opinion I don't believe that most Americans want to. Get rid of their police officers I. Don't believe that most Americans. Want to destroy our entire system. I don't believe that most Americans think that this is a racist sexist country that has to be shattered and torn apart I. Don't think most Americans believe that you should be able to have people living in anarchy zones and said he's I don't believe they believe these things. But you have to do is a win the next election. And understand that it's one side of the other. But also when these things are attempted in your local communities, as explained again and again, and again they're. They are not going to be satisfied going after Milwaukee and Madison the big cities. They went after Wa. BOTO say and they're organizing aggressively in more conservative suburban communities. These health ordinances were a perfect example of this. Give unlimited power. To barge into people's homes contact rice. Take your furniture. When an unelected bureaucrat. Just decides to do it. That's what these ordinances said everywhere, and they wanted to get him into the suburbs. I mentioned earlier. What happened last night in Jefferson County and I'm going to do a full segment out in a moment because it's an extraordinary story. against. Wins Mark belling late afternoon show. We've got rain here and they're spitting around the area. Some of it's a little heavy and others of it is just rain, and we go to the for this slight chance for thunderstorms. Little bit here a little bit there really the entire week, which often happens and you get this kind of muggy weather. We really haven't had any all day. Rains or anything like this, but stuff like this now there is the potential for some of these storms to be strong and his look at the radar here. Some of them, you know. The rest of the color gets stronger radio, so there might be some strong weather in here. We don't have any kind of weather advisor what? There are no other advisers at the moment anyway. The forecast is of the evening Again there may be some strong rainfall for a while, but then the rain's GonNa end as we get into the evening and partly cloudy tonight lows sixty six. Tomorrow Mostly Sunny Beautiful Day high of eighty, two hot for the weekend, Friday, partly sunny, high eighty, eight Saturday and Sunday both days, slight chance for rain and thunderstorms in both days right around ninety, five, ninety, two, for Saturday and ninety for Sunday before I completely depart the Walmart host the thing. I stumbled on this quote here, in fact, credited to GS online Joel Tillerson. What are the ALDERMEN for Wall Matosa? Who voted to call for the firing of officer? Men's has said. Referring to some of the deficiencies while Matosa has, that has to be corrected by getting rid of Benson. Listen to this. Listen to how stupid this guy is. And, it was I shouldn't talk. Please tell me when you hear what he says. How. I'm supposed to use a word other than stupid without becoming stupid myself. Tillerson said some of those deficiencies including hiring practices for traditional minority groups within the city. Man is black. Well. You know we wouldn't have this if we hired more black officers. You what to fire one of the few. See. They have to say something, but there's nothing intelligent to say on behalf of. Destroying a community persecuting a police officer for doing his job and sided with a mob of people who come in and make unreasonable demands of outside your community, so you have to say something and you're left, saying something stupid. That's moved out to the Jefferson County Story. Jefferson, county is the company right between Dane and Waukesha counties. If this was a horse with a pedigree. It would be breeding a sprinter with a astaire. You see them do that. Sometimes you get a horse whose runs Ville short distance as fast the horse that could run forever. Sometimes you like to breathe that and you wonder what you get. Of the human thing, it would be like having an extremely liberal dad and extremely conservative bomb. And they end up having a kid and seeing what's to turn out. I could come up with a lot of examples like this. Some of those designer dogs that they have where. The take a little poodle breed. It was some. One that saw. Not a rottweiler breeding their British what they breed poodles with. A lot of my breath labradors, they call those labradors, but there's another one out there where they take a rather aggressive type D. anyway what you're trying to get the traits of the to well. That's what Jefferson County is. To the West. Is the most Liberal County in Wisconsin and one of the most liberal counties in America and to the east. It's the largest conservative county in the state of Wisconsin and. By voting patterns, the second, most conservative cloudy in the state Washington being number one. So you've got Thiebaud Slip Real County and the second, most conservative, Saudi, at both sides and right in the middle is Jefferson. We know that people are choosing where to live on political on a political basis, because we see these areas that are either overwhelmed, conservative, overwhelming and liberal, but here's Jefferson County right in the middle I mean you're leaving Waukesha County. You're going past. Okada, walk, ed. There's nothing magical about the county lied. You think that. Kind of conservative are there because you're right next to a really conservative area on the other hand when you're coming from the other direction and you'll even Dane County. The eastern portion of Dank that it's not as liberal as the city of Madison but still liberal. The other thing about Jefferson County is. It's one of those counties that we happened Wisconsin. It would remind me of Walworth. Where there is one dominant city. Many of our colleagues for example, Racine County populous county with the city ever seen by far the biggest city Kenosha county same thing Milwaukee County the same thing. Waukesha county little different several medium sized communities city of Locke's. The courthouse is but. Waukesha Brookefield monopoly falls even accountable like now in the Berlin. They're all real close population. Well what cut? He's like that. While with county has way down to the southern part. That's the Lake Geneva alcorn Williams Bay area with some of the other cities that Adela field. And then you can go all the way up at the opposite direction. You're getting up to east dry and so I end. It's a Connie Lot anyway getting to Jefferson County. It's like that to. Ford Atkinson is in Jefferson County. Watertown and it's a big county. It's a big rectangular county. The covers a lot of area and much of it as firearm Connie farm country, where it's really small towns or rural, but it does have the several cities of medium size, so it's extremely diverse, and and this gets the by point here about the positive thing that happens. It would be a hard place I think generally to try to organize people. Why? They all scattered. I mean how many people eleven watertown know anybody from Ford accurate. You Johnson Greg just off scattered Ed. Lots of school district's lots of municipalities, lots of churches, lots of rotaries, lots of little leagues, lots of just a lot of different things. At as I. In terms of ideology, going all the way from Dogwood near Madison to. Near Okada Block. Anyway in that County Jefferson County, which in terms of its politics is swaying, but leans Republican in terms of the numbers, but they've elected Democrats. They proposed what of these coney and health ordinances to give the county health officer the authority. To essentially become a mini fuhrer, trampling Oliver, everyone's lights to. These orders. and has been mentioning. They've been proposed all over the state of Wisconsin, but because they're being proposed on a county by county basis, and in some cases city by city, there isn't one big vote of the state legislature. It's all these votes going out and all these areas and the only way to stop. It is A. You have to be aware that they're doing it. Well even a guy like me can't keep tabs on all the counties in all municipalities you have to be aware of what's going on in your own could be, and that requires leadership. In many of the areas that we have some of these things that we found out about our, because local people literally looking at their meeting agendas. And then once they fight it out, they can be the type of person that's. Let's say like the the Alpha male of the group? They'll posted on facebook and they'll contact other people. They'll try to get the word out. It creates at least some level of organization, either talking earlier about actually paying paying groups and having paid staff to take you know to keep tabs on things like this that we need to do something to counter the tactics of the left. That's what they specialize in, but the next best thing is simply have people who are on their own are just they're aware of. Of things they've got a network of people. They're active on social media that people follow them on social media and they get it out. They know how to get. They know how to get it out. They'll post the Lakey Los. Say Send this to your friends, said this to your friends and I could always tell when this has happened because I automatically then get. Them because all these people who got this somebody else. They then said to me, but that s the start from somewhere. And I don't know who started Jefferson County, but it was one of those that got on this early odd. They all the meeting last night in which they were going to act on this. I! Know have pictures of the crowd. I am not exaggerating. It might be five hundred people that is studying for a community that I. It's five hundred. Be Stunning for a meeting. Just huge turnout to begin with I mean would walworth. County had its health or I think there might have been ninety people there, and that was at the last minute the only of Five hundred people that's incredible at again five hundred people in an inequality which. Everything's all spread out unless I think the court office in Fort Atkinson and Jefferson County in fact. I'm ninety eight percent of that. What do you do look at that up? What does you just know? I so I mean these people that go some distance. It did go there there about if there weren't five hundred, they're certainly at least three hundred is I'm looking at pictures here on that a very large. It's just. and. These are people who are doing this. We're being told. Social Destined Sankara virus. These are the summer months well, I guess nobody has anything else going on right over canceled. It's not the most optimal time to try to get. Anybody organized the five hundred people. It. It's in Jefferson now. Yes it is. They ended up. Voting essentially to kill the yards. In this case, the county board heard from a large at a five hundred people showed. That means way more emailed to. The word got out and be people rather than grumble about it communicated. This is how you could win now. I know it's very hard to say you gotta go to nine million government meetings said of the other thing, but it's not hard for the people that are kind of into this sort of thing to sort of on their own product. Keep tabs on these things in there for instance. The other organized things going on from these community organizes. You're getting these petitions all over the state and school districts to change the curriculum, and they usually get some sap of a high school senior to be the front person for it, but somebody else's drafting and I swear they all read the same way. It's clearly an organized thing, and they're trying to get this place where the curriculum is watered down, even more in which they say that America's a country that is an historically racist country premised on. or repressive system capitalism's terrible end they don't you know you just use the schools to indoctrinate and so odd. This is being brought up at school. Board meetings all over the State of Wisconsin. Who Need to be aware of this to put the word out so at least if there is opposition, people have the ability to. No, you can't act on something you don't know about it and I don't think that the media is going to alert you to these things. Is Anybody from the media. Go to alert you. Hey, if you WANNA. Stop this Kony Health Ordinance. Here's that they need to know. particularly in the communities and the areas and the regions, I would sake cities, counties, and states that are not dominated by liberal Lulus. You can win these fights. Now someone asked me mark. Does this translate into trump winning the election? Is this an indication that conservatives are energize? I think conservatives are way more energized than people think because you have so many people I've heard they are frustrated. They're angry. They are upset. They're they're. They feel as though they're losing their country. Had they wonder what it is that they can do well? The one thing everybody does know how to do is vote. Success I think trump is under polling. I think that trump support is dramatically understated, and if trump communicate, rush it his. Trying to keep himself on the air has been saying. This Donald Trump's switches as messages got to be the one thing that the only thing standing between the United States and radical Marxism is me donald trump, and almost every other message has got to be eliminated that if you want to stop this, you have to vote for him. It's the only way to do it. And that might be the case, but we certainly see when people are become aware of an opportunity to be active and stopped bad things. They will do it. It is heartening to see that I just can't stress. Five hundred people at Jefferson County had to be over any issue. So to whoever first of all the anybody who showed up of those five hundred I'm sure many of them are listeners to be congratulations for doing it, and for the whoever the ringleaders were are and I don't know. This is exactly what we need. It's the best type of America is that you can have at the local level becoming aware of thing speaking out and acting out. You do not have to go out and drive on people's lawns. You don't have to spit in the face of police officers and you certainly don't have to burn down buildings, but you can engage in your rights as an American citizen to try to fight for the things that you believe in save our country from the people that are trying to row it, and that's what we are confronting people that are trying to ruin this country. Used the. Rally Late afternoon show. I mentioned that there's nothing, but the left hates more. Conservatives who actually fight back. They like the notion of the rest of us being. It and bullied into submission. You also have. The thing that enables it, which is that naievety on the part of many on the right and especially many people who are sort of conservative, but don't pay attention to the news. They don't realize how fundamentally evil many on the left have gotten to be. You'll get a lot of this all the time well. They aren't going to do that. They aren't going to do that. This brings us to the way. The mcclosky story in St Louis played itself out. Now. I'm not necessarily going to say I told you so here, but there's nothing surprising about what happened. Many, people saw this story, and they felt that this was a couple that was being victimized and it shows that the left goes too far. And I understood that what they get is going to make them a target, and they're not gonNA. Be satisfied until they are imprisoned themselves. That is going to be the agenda of the left. There is nothing they hate more than a citizen trying to exert their own constitutional rights to stand up for themselves. It's contrary to what fascist believe that they don't believe in people having rights. They believe in being able to tell other people what they ought to have to do. Like, you have to wear a mask. That's the ultimate definition of how they WANNA live. There leads. They know better and they're going to force you do it. You have to defend the police. You can't say all lives matter if you do will royd you so anyway for those of you who don't remember the story during the time of the. Protests that erupted after George Floyd. A large group of about three to five hundred people broke into a gated community. Now a gated community is just that it's a community that has the legal authority to put gates up so that the older people can come in our residents and their guests you the house cleaner and sell what gated communities all over the united. States, we don't have many in Milwaukee. But this they're all over. It's an extra level of security that often people will have if they have fair about of money so that they can feel safe. You see them. In areas where people well off, people say live living cities. Florida on the other hand. I mean the whole thing see. The whole state seems to be a gated community. I mean they are, but they are since the gated community and the protesters broke through the gates. You have every reason to believe that there is going to be home. Invasions Mass Violets, whilst are they breaking into an area that they legally don't have a right to go into its breaking and entering to break into a gated community, presuming that the gate is legally put in place. Usually, there's a homeowners association, and they control the whole era, the property adequate they break into the gated community, and they're ranting and raving in charging and screaming and. A man and his wife got out of their house, stood at the door and he held got. Had A rifle. And he just in front his house. This was as a this is a Norman Rockwell seed. This is everything that we have always wanted America to be. Somebody standing in front of their own private property with the ultimate peacemaker to defend themselves. Someone should try anything on them. He didn't shoot anybody with a gun. He didn't fire warning shots. He simply stood in front of his house with the gun. With the clear message that if you try to break into my house. If you try to attack by family, I will do something. He didn't say it, but that's the message the gun gives. To same reason that all sorts of people have God's. It's the reason police officers said guns. It's the reason crooks have guns. It's the reason we set our soldiers off to battle. We don't send them out there with pictures. The media ran images of these two people and described them essentially as monsters. They were threatening these peaceful protesters people who broke into a gated community that's peaceful and our chanting the most vile slogans, vulgar language, and so odd furthermore, I saw the video i. don't think they were threatened at all. I saw a guy at his wife. Some guy looks like he's about sixty and his wife standing in front of their house with a gun. That's all I saw. The inevitable is occurring. Over the weekend, a search warrant was served that served on this couple's house. The man, his name is mark mccloskey. was on Tucker Carlson's program and he said he is under the impression that he at least he and maybe he and his wife are going to be indicted. It's believed that the Saint Louis District Attorney has formed a grand jury that they in order for them to have the search warrant. They had to get a judge to sign off on something now I don't know what they think exists in that house or what they think is in there. But getting a liberal judge, decide a search warrant in this environment that were headed. which individual rights simply don't exist isn't going to be that hard. Could they act that a tip that one of the guns that he has it his houses illegal that he has some sort of weapon I who knows? At its face, he certainly didn't do anything illegal. He standing in front of his house with a gun which you have a right to do. A right to walk around in the gun. Just about anywhere in the United States other than places rather band at your own property. The should be a new one if you can't have a gun when you're not a felon when you're on your own property. But they're going to try to drum up something now. Remember Saint Louis is an extremely liberal city Missouri state they're in is a lot of a predominantly conservative state. Many have criticized the Republican governor of Zuri for not doing more to stand up and defend this couple by calling for example, the Saint Louis authorities to back off. And take their goon squads and go away. Furthermore, we ought to be celebrating people who. In an attempt to protect themselves willing to peacefully arm themselves in order to make sure something bad doesn't occur. It is a remarkably telling statement about the left. That they defend. A guy who takes a stolen gun album coal. And, then takes an extended ammunition clip and thirty five rounds of ammunition. And Charges Board A private shopping mall, not his own property. Ed Ignores. The Commander Police to stop and fires a shot. They defend yet. But they condemn someone who stands out his own private property, not shooting at anyone merely standing there saying. If push comes to shove going to protect my property. It is remarkable statement which of the two people with the God. Liberals support. At it? As, I, say when. Discussing the choices that we have to make. Brat across parts of which were decided what kind of country we are at, it is cleared the Democratic Party stance against guys like the guy in St. Louis stands with people like Alvin cool. Day points out the guy's a democrat. I sure of that. I that did not aware of that. the that those are is political views. Doesn't matter subject say well. What matters is that? He's white I don't believe that it matters if he's white I believe it was a black guy standing in front of his house to defend himself. They turn him in the same way that they've turned it off. It's Mensa in while Tosa. If you are not someone who behaves the way they want you to behave. They want to destroy you. And they will unless we stop them. That is what it is as I say it is not hopeless. It's that hard to figure out how to stop. If they lose the next election, this'll be dispiriting for them. If they win it. It's over they'll. They'll just not stop. You look how far they've got at four months. It will always be hard to stop them in areas in which they're empower. Democratic Legislature Democratic governor, or say city of Milwaukee city of Madison where everybody's a Democrat where the Conservatives are in the clear minority, and we really have no power. But again that's only certain of the states and just the big cities. Everything else locally is under Republican control and the nation itself. In terms of the president. And the incredible authority that the president has if we lose all of that, and then there's a wave election. You lose even more of these. It's over. The overreach will beyond anything that you can imagine. I. Just can't believe that in the city of Milwaukee Right now. You'RE GONNA have businesses that are GONNA lose their right to operate because they let a customer walk in without a mascot. An employee who takes a mask off just because they felt. Uncomfortable I've been waiting for that kind of backlash at this. I haven't really heard it but I. Get this old for a lot of people. Some people just say they're very physically uncomfortable, wearing the mask and so odd. Boy Oh boy, if that is an Ada kind of thing that you could bring up when you consider all of the other accommodations that we have to bake for people. I don't know how many people feel uncomfortable worrying I know. It's a pain of the buck for anybody who has glasses like because your glasses Steve Up. All the things you're supposed to do to avoid. I haven't found any happy medium. If you put the thing on that, so tired of the knows that none of the air comes down that way, it just goes down the other way, plus it hurts. They have it odd. I thought initially lightweight mask. Like the little skimpy ones, they give you when you go to the doctor's office that that would be the least obtrusive, but the problem is all the air gets out to your bloated in your face. I don't know if it'll be better when the weather is colder if your glasses will steve up more all of that, but I mean it just you're the no the air that comes out of your noses warmer than the other era. It's this constant stream that comes out did. I mean to me. It's an annoying thing, but. I've been annoyed. My entire life I can probably cope with it. As well especially given the fact that there's no way around it the nicest suspect. I mean. How long do you think the basketball? Milwaukee William, place? I would say. I'd say eighteen months. I just think that even if there's a vaccine, I mean the left you just unless there's a court order, liberals just don't ever give up any authority at anything I. So you'RE GONNA have to deal with it. It's going to be a way of life. And so on it. Start replaying basketball at some place. Yeah, everybody goes against Mascot. If you want to go do this, you're gonNA. Have to mascot. So forth and so on. But Anyway the point that I was making get to the break here and give you the season's summer cash contest texted word. I am a little surprised that there hasn't been more of a backlash and people who just? Feel physically the only one. I've actually heard he is I can't. What. I don't want to offend anybody. I've looked a word here. I'm limited on my stroke. What what's the condition that some people have their kids which they don't like physical contact? Autism. I couldn't think of that. I'm tall that people who are autistic and are sensitive to touch that they have a real problem with this, but I haven't really heard of anybody else complaining but I I, would they? It'd be terrible if someone does have autism, and this makes them uncomfortable that you would force. Them to do, they say well. There's exemptions for people who have a medical reason, but anybody can claim. They have a medical reason I mean. Let's suppose you're in a bar or place they're going to. I don't know if many others have that issue as well. The other thing that I'm unclear up. I know that some people prefer the shields. I don't often milwaukee. You know the shields I like those big plexiglas. They yeah. Some people prefer those that. I don't know if you would if they're going to allow you to wear those the other thing. Is I for what I've read the shields more effective than the mask because. People keep moving the mascot pulling the mascot down. Most people don't pull the shield up and down because the shield is so big plus just looking at it. Well. What you? Debacle says you look like a Dork Greg the shield. What looks worse? The masks are the shield. I I don't know I. Would I'd feel more comfortable with I. Don't like the feeling of the mask of the thing, low and UP I. The masks the mask stink. and. They stink because you're blow it all these germs out here I mean. I did knowing that I live in Milwaukee I bought because I. The one thing I will say is the kind of cheap. I bought a bunch of them to see which ones I would like plus. You GotTa Wash Your everyday I'm not wearing the same mass tomorrow and. I'm only wearing it now in Milwaukee and the places that I have to. And so on, but they stank their dirty, plus that is a way to get sick. You take your mask off your land other think. Sticking this right up against your does. I mean I'm GONNA use one for one day and somewhat. I have a stash of them rather than. Watch the what every day walk in. You know see where itself. It's just going to be one worth. It I I. I scared to you. They're gonNA. At some point. They will come to the conclusion that the masks made people more people sick than what you avoided by the Colbert in the same way that the heart attack cancer deaths are way up because the parents are called every single public health decision that is made every single one of them with what exception when Donald Trump band traveled from China that stopped this thing from be way worse. Can you imagine if that had been unabated? We haven't gotten to the stories in there now. All over the place about the counts being all screwed out, but there are strong reasons to believe that this spike is being grotesquely exaggerated because. There are way more positive tests being reported than there are actual people that are positive with the Kobe, so we're gonNA dive into that as we move along, you're giving the season's summer where? Thousand Bucks on the line right now, your chance to win that one thousand dollars everybody text in the Word Hope, H., o. p., e. like Bob Hope. Bob Hope, And spent a long time, you know. I met Bob Hope. I interviewed Bob Hope. I mean I did something the media, but never do it. I just never i. Bob Hope was a very hard interview to get even back in the day. He did very few interviews. He when I worked in Springfield Illinois. This is in the eighties. They had an LPGA tournament. Their Ladies Professional Golf Association. It's the women's golf tour. And at the time, this was in the era of Nancy Lopez. Who has a superstar is is a bigger deal than that. It was now and they had a stop on the tour and. I mean I covered that sucker while the wall for our radio station, we did reports every hour because our general manager sponsored them and they had a pro at. And most Gulf even in the PGA the province where you come up with a ton of money to support the prize is because these people who play in the prime. They pay a fortune to be able to get into it usually as a four seven. They put you with one zero. Sometimes, it's three guys, three two guys at a woman with one pro and you. You get to play with that pro, and they have the pro am and the pros like to do it because it gives them a chance to play the course in playing conditions the day before the actual tournament starts at a raise money for the purse, and so somehow they got bob hope to play in the pro am for this LPGA event in Springfield it. All it was was bob. Hope was doing a show in Springfield. This is right before he retired. And Bob Hope if you know anything about him. Is. He one thing that he liked to do in life, and only one thing, and that was play golf, so he was more than happy to jump on board this they he played in this third of it. So anyway I'm out. There covered the damn thing. The clubhouse was off limits to everybody other than the players themselves, not even the AMAS that are in part of this. Go into the the restaurant that was in the golf clubhouse. It was only for the women and a few tour officials. Guys like me and the media we go in the basement of the clubhouse that's for the pressroom was used the bathroom down there, but the main floor of it anyway Bob Hope's walk it up their. Walls. These rules go try to talk to Bob, hope and sister hope can I ask you a few questions. He sat down and he talked I'm sure he just didn't know how to say. Buzz, lock you little worm I. It wasn't very memorable. We'll talk about golf. And he talked about wise limited and I threw it a couple of other things without trying to be too obtrusive. The other thing I remember. I got to get to the break here. The other day I remember about this story. Is it was about ninety six degrees that day. At if you know anything about central a little, you know when they say flatland, it's flat lad. This is a prairie. It's unbelievably muggy and there's nothing to cut into anything. There's no trees nothing. And I remember everybody said Bob Just GonNa play one whole. He'll tee off at play a whole for show, and maybe writer on. You believe that sucker played eighteen holes. Walk the course. Is Well. It was eighties at whatever Bob Hope a business that have been like eighty, four, eighty, five, whatever his age would have been then, but I had to be over eighty. Story interested or not. Five twenty seven news talk eleven thirty two time for traffic rainfall, definitely keeping speeds down no matter Bob. Hope no way about. WHO's the famous show business person you ever met? George Jones. That's pretty good. Yeah, I! Mean probably people that I, there are people who aren't George. Jones's the greatest male country singer of all time I didn't say he is say people would argue it. During. That John Short Jones's. Into Country Music George. Jones's in. He. Can of all time I think yes right Oh easily. It's none of my at for. Some people might not know who he. Actually. George Jones is to country music. I'd say what Bob Hope is the comedy at that Level Pretty Potholes in the top ten George Jones Omelettes Bob more world, famous famous, but in terms of the the area and Bob. Hope Syria is more broad based than George Jones just country, but yeah, that's so that's goal. George Jones, George Jones Brooks, and Dunn you know a lot of those countries stars that was when I was working on country radio. You have to have met him like interviewed him or talk to. Him No I actually. I had a recording of Brooks and Dunn doing one of George Strait. Is George Strait Big George Jones. And the host Switz-. I would say it's George George are your top two two or three countries stop. There right there I mean. Yeah I mean that's. That's pretty much. Your Mount. Rushmore Star Dangling. George Jones, sort faded from the scene right as George Strait was coming odd always. Yeah, I've I've met him. I met him at the Illinois. State, Pharaohs walking down the. Midway and they're the DJ at one of the DJ. Similar station is SID would. Add stories of what's did would i. could tell you started just talking to George. Strait's stopped over at. The dry this again. This is also the eighties. This is before. Was Big, but he was known he had already is known and I knew who he was, and it was still exciting for me, but he was also at that stage where. Of his life for he's going to stop and talk to sit, would the? And then talk to a goof like me. I actually think George Strait would talk to me right now. Though I mean the country star he does. Yeah, most country stars are. Have more have that it's not ask. Times I wrote the tram in Las Vegas with. what's Dave? I've told the story at trillion. Times Curie underwood now. The other one hirsch sharper edged. Could I forget this. This is Mike Moran the IRT. No no Brad Lambert. That's. My stroke that I had a year and a half ago might be kicking in the software. Dude, it might not have. This might be a delayed reaction. Take it. It's all just GonNa flow it out of me one right after the other after the other after the other, but I didn't say anything to her, because at first of all she was. This is what she was new otherwise why she writing the Pram at the airport I I've admitted I am not convinced. It was her, but she actually had a monogram. M L. and she was a dead ringer for her on the other hand. You know how many women would be going to Las Vegas who looked like Miranda would have looked in her twenties right ninety million, so I'm pretty sure it was her a add. She was performing in Las Vegas during that period. The only part that does it add up is why wasn't there an aunt? She wasn't a superstar at the should have been some on derived. She shouldn't have been by herself unless she flew in and maybe the. Maybe the band took the bus and she got to fly and. So on, so I think it was her, but I'm not convinced. The this might be the most boring fifteen. It is the most boring fifteen minutes and. That's only because the rest of the show has been so damn good at his, but so necessary to say other big pretty nice to a guy from wall Tosa here with John Wyatt time as I say I'm not blaming the people that Robert Osa for this I. AM merely saying that people that Volvo toasters should be ashamed of their community. But, I'm not blaming the people who are appalled those who support the people wildwood Tosa, did I lack respect for you as human beings given how you are willing to destroy a man's career for doing nothing other than trying to protect you and keep keep somebody from committing mass murderer at your all. Forty three southbound Kim reports of a crash right around the silver spring drive area through the construction. You will find it slow. Thanks to the rainfall anyway through that whole stretch from the all new Lynch Ford of Maguire. Total Traffic Center newstalk thirty. W IS S and I'm John Traffic centers all new, or the the the the new or the Lynch Ford of Guanaco is all. Is it a new dealership or and he build a new showroom? Okay, that's more detailed. BOUGHT WHO D-! Is there any car dealership in Burlington and Lynch? This is my Guanaco. Remember that. While whole to go Burlington Salahdin we just want to make sure he'd try. Different Lynch each time. You do a thing here. You're always throw a different. What in your is that? How we doing this? There are many Lynch's. Yes, there are many Lynch's. How long will it be before? Liberals say that Lynch name should be oh. I don't WANNA go there I. By the way what I predicted five years ago, it finally came to four today. A lot of these things are taking longer that I thought the calls out for Notre Dame to get rid of fighting Irish. And I thought it would sooner than this, but it's now happening and is anybody if it will happen, yes, it will happen and I said the. The same thing with the redskins. I admit it may take longer than I think, but all of these names like this will goal because people don't have the guts to stand up and fight back the do the Irish care on political correctness are few and far between the Irish. Care that they're called the that's the big. Let them to John Native Americans. Americans loved the name Redskins the watching. He posted that survey most American Indians like the name Indians. They're proud of it and anyone who's who is native. America is not offended by the notion of Redskin to say that you're offended by that. Be To say that you're offended by personification of yourself and most native Americans are not offended by pictures of proud. Proud native American or Indian warriors they are proud of that part of their heritage that proud of the feathers. They're proud of the strikes there proud of the costumes. This is why they often will reenact the story. They're important events. Most of Americans are at offended by it. It's a white cranks. CRABBY crybaby about this. Hardly any ethnic group objects to reference. To that ethnic group, not I'm kind of a Mutt, but if some team called itself, the Milwaukee Germans, more German I think that anything else of course, I wouldn't be offended by it. and. These are the ones that are offended. It's everybody else. That chooses to take it on and nobody ever fight, and then they'll get two or three or four tolkien people to say that they're offended, and they chime in and then the thing. Does it. Well. How could this Warren possibly be offended by anything? com. San Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon show. On News Talk Eleven thirty W I S. Real quickly on this as you know the lefty zero to get Tucker, Carlson because he has been. I would say the most outspoken critic. Of the assault on our rights. It's been going on for the last several months at has been very. Odd. On his program on Fox. Charleston has fired I. Don't know if he fired over. The guy was forced to resigned, but his chief writer is found posting a bunch of obnoxious things. You could make the case that they were racist on the Internet using Suda I. It's beyond me why people are posting things under fake names the Internet why why would you? I what they're out there, always going to find out. It's you if you're right of center secondly. If you're de saying what your name is. What do you get out of it? I. I got a four. WHY WOULD I? Why would I say something claiming that I'm like? Frank Sullivan or something or at other as opposed to mark belling what I could say that I'm mark belling. WHO's? You wouldn't be able to say you're racist. Things as mark belling well. Even even if even if you've got like. A lot of people are dotted, but in this case the guys. I don't know why they did. Jane Skinner Roger Goodell's life did it member? Mitt Romney was doing it, but in this case the guy made offensive posts and I don't know if Tucker is upset that the guy got fired or not, but he said he's going to be off his show all week, but then he said it's scheduled vacation. There are going to be some people who claim somehow. It's Tucker. Carlson's fault that his was doing. This stuff anyway, let's move now to the corona virus numbers story. This is beginning to become bag. We all know that there's been a spike in positive tests over the last several weeks. There have been a number of theories. They've been thrown around about that including well, this is what happens when he and all these lockdowns accept. Many of the states that ended lockdowns. have it had a spike like Wisconsin has? It had a spike. We didn't have a spike after the election. We didn't really have a spike after the riots. We'd never spike when we ended I locked ouds. and. Some of the states that ease their lockdowns like New Jersey of seen numbers declined. But there has been as a significant geographical component to this the farther south you are the likely. There was to be a spike, and as I mentioned earlier in the week. Does it interesting story on Vox? That is theorizing that? Hot weather leads the transmission of the virus because it leads people to stay inside. If you don't want to spread the virus. You need to go outside. Because the wind of the air distributes these droplets, whereas when you stay inside your close confined areas Ed. You've got the air conditioning on the worst possible thing because it re circulates the germs of the house at other people get it. That's the theory at least that because it's one hundred sixteen degrees in Phoenix said it's ninety two and Buggy in south Florida. Those people are all. Go indoors and then go from place to place the place indoors. Move it around. I don't know if that's the reason or not, but it makes some sense to me however. while. This was happening. It's been widely observed. That while the number of cases is going up in most areas, the number of hospitalizations is not nor is the death rate and. The number that they called the case fatality rate. The number of fatalities per. covid nineteen cases continues to plummet in other words almost everybody who gets this lips? The numbers keep going down in terms of the percentage now. A theory offered on that at it does make some sense to me. Is as this thing moves to the general population, the people that are getting it of the people who aren't going to get sick at all are going to get only a little sack. The younger you are, the bigger a non-issue called. It is despite the fact that young people seem to be the ones most freaked by it. Kid gets colored. The kids probably not even know it. Somebody in their thirties gets it. They're probably not gonNA know it. We. See that this virus is much every year group that you go into the much more serious complications are, but unless you're over sixty in almost all cases, it's kind of a nothing unless you have a lot of the other underlying conditions. Diabetes High Blood Sugar, lack of vitamin D seemed to be among those. Contribute so. As this thing that it moves to the general population after initially infecting nursing homes and elderly people, the ones that are most vulnerable killing them. My thought on why the death rate is going down is that it's now just people that are getting the virus of people who aren't going to die from it because the virus is. For, most people in extremely minor conditioned, it just doesn't kill many people. Here under the age of fifty, it is so far down the list of things that your likely to die from that. It might even beyond the list. It'd be listed as miscellaneous. But maybe that's it. Maybe, the numbers are just ride. Maybe they're all screwed up. Maybe, as we're increasing, the number of cast said Florida is doing. Do you know how many tests Florida's doing per day? Hundred forty thousand. That's my badly. That as they are doing more tests, the numbers themselves are being polluted at are all I won't use the word because I want to save my career, but they're all bleeped up. This started with TV Station in Orlando Florida. That broke his story yesterday. The numbers out of one hospital in Orlando. I completely wrong. And there are some reasons to believe now that some of the hospitals and many of these hospitals are run by ethical administrators. It just crew. We've learned that here in southeastern, Wisconsin. There either because they're all screwed up the reporting. Bad numbers that perhaps they're deliberately reporting numbers that are Rog will pick up at that point above at five fifty news talk eleven thirty W. It's time for rapid traffic. Speeds are slower thanks to the rainfall moving through especially on I forty three right now both in. South Finding Higher Travel Times. If you see traffic, problems, call the Tri City National Bank your hometown bank, total traffic tip line, four and four, nine, four, four, fifty, one I'm John Wyatt. Bad. News, Talk Eleven W. Mark, belling late afternoon show again. We've got a chance for precipitation really through about midnight tonight before turning partly cloudy, and there could be heavy rainfall. We do not have any advisories for severe weather though. Auto Rain and the raiders lit up all over the area and so on right now. This story. Started in Florida now. Again I'm not going to say that I think. The numbers are awful all over the United States that they're just rog. But Florida is the state that saw the biggest spike. And a TV station down there started to dive into the numbers. What are the things extraordinary about this story? Is How little of this type of journalism is going out of the states right now. Everybody wants to prove a point. They call. It is terrible. Nobody wants to do any skeptical reporting on anything, had we? Maybe some of the missteps afoul she and his many misstatements bet uncovered. Maybe? It wouldn't have been so doggone hard. Maybe it wouldn't have taken the Daily Mail from London. To let us know that. This virus got out of the Wuhan Lab. In any event fact station in Orlando Florida. Dove into the numbers by casting facility. Most of the media just takes all the numbers semi county or a state, and said okay. This county did. I love it. In thirty two tests today at one hundred seven came back positive. Whether or not, this is a reporter that just had a little bit of curiosity, not I don't know. But the reporter went in and looked at the numbers by testing facility, and found a number of them had one hundred percent positives. Well that's not possible everywhere. We do the Kuroda virus thing. Almost everybody takes. The test comes back negative. First of all many people think they have it at they don't, but secondly we're now doing a thing. Let's imagine one person at a workplace gets it. They test everybody in the workplace. Well logically, almost all of those people will come back negative. They've tested the NBA players. I think every other day right now, so they're just testing testing testing testing. You're gotta get mostly negative. So how is it that some facilities including one was a large hospital? That's just a little lab. Large hospital that are Landau came back with one hundred percent. posits. Well the Fox Station in Orlando dug into this and the answer is. It's so simple that it blows away. The facility was on the reporting there positives. Now. was that deliberately screwing up the numbers or did? They think that's all they were supposed to do? The hospital sad. Will yes, there's an error reporting, but it was nothing we just didn't. Like anything else? If you go to get test if they run a test for be on something, or another and I'm negative. I don't think those always go into a database for heaven's Sakes Oh. Every old goat over the age of fifty has colonoscopy if they don't find anything I. I. Don't know what they do with any of those things. They weren't blood tests. That'd be all the time. I go in for this this this and then. Usually it's always negative. I don't know where that goes. But anyway they were reporting the positives figuring that that was important to keep account of how many people have the virus? But they weren't reporting the negatives. See you ended up seeing in Florida. People were commenting. Wow, a much higher number of the percentage of tests coming back positive. No, they word. The numbers were screwed up because they weren't including the negatives. It would be like if you took a baseball player throughout the course of a season. And you only called it his at bats where he got a hit while he battled thousand. and. That's what they were doing. It was a lot of facilities that we're doing it. The Florida Department of Health is saying yes, when you do as many tests as we're doing there clearly is some screw. UPS At our people at the state were not noticing that some of the data coming in from some of these facilities were raw. Is this happening all over the United States for some facilities are only reporting positive as possible. We won't know until somebody's willing to do what they did. In Orlando a dive into this. Get to the bottom of it, but if they are, it means that this whole spike thing might be bogus. Next. It, is being reported in some states. That they are reporting every positive tests that person gets. Follow this. If you have covered. You'RE GONNA test positive probably more than once. Why because there have been so many results that comeback Rog retest you. For example. Let's imagine I go in and get tested today and. By the way here, the drugstores are takes forever to get the results I don't know if that's true, but that's what I hear. I know that many people are going to their doctor's office in the here back within same as any other lab work within twenty four hours, but some of the drugstores are backed up anyway. Let's go to the doctor and test me per Colbert and I come back. Positive chances are they're gonNA have become back in two days the test again just to reconfirm and probably two days later to reconfirm it again. They want to make sure that I actually have it. Plus what's the harm Edouard the test? Apparently in some states if I test three times in the same week, they count that as three positive tests at it is, it is three positive tests, but it's only one guy who has it. So apparently in a number of states that are counting all of the positive tests rather than counting all of the actual cases. By the same token I admit the numbers can be screwed up the other way by counting multiple negatives. Let's imagine for example you've got an NBA player and they're testing them every two days, and they test negative, therefore twenty three times. Well that's going to throw. Throw off the positive rate. You got to zero for twenty three of their, but it's still only one guy that didn't get it. The obviously accurate number is percentage of people who were tested who have at not percentage of tests. They do blood work out a lot of people all the time. They test the high blood sugar nineteen. TIMES, that doesn't mean nineteen people have high blood sugar, it means the same guy had high blood sugar all nineteen times. They tested him. There are reasons to be very wary again of these numbers particularly given. That there is it agenda on the part of some to inflate this wall problem, particularly these public health authorities. I've heard rumblings that there are people being listed. We do know that if you're in the hospital and you have covert, they're going to list you as a patient. Because the federal government's reimbursement rate is higher for the COVID patients so I could be in there with three gunshot wounds to the brain, but if I've tested positive for Copay, they're gonNA list me as a covert thing, which again inflates in inflating all of those numbers. We are hearing that some of the hospitals tried to. To, increase their cult, because the hospital companies are all going under because of this mismanaging where they cancelled the heart procedures of the cancer, and all that the other thing, and they may be putting people in who are even called the positives, or if they suspect somebody, has it? Hey, you're gonNA stay overnight because they inflate their number to get some money off them again i. don't know if that's true. What I do know is that again is a story that begs for investigative reporting. We have. People who work in this field? You can say they're well intentioned. You can say they're not whichever way you want to go. They have ulterior motives either well intentioned. Well I think people need to know how bad this is. So maybe I'll we. We will check the numbers. Knowing that, the media is not gonNA. Check out, or maybe they're just this oddest again whether it's because they're well intended and they're trying to save. People's lives are not there. Is this garbage in garbage out thing which is occurred from the beginning of these numbers? If we're going to be making all of these decisions and thinking, we're understanding what's happening with the data? As a state, another thing I don't remember right now about bad date I mean one I remember his familiar years ago, garbage in garbage out, but bad data leads the bag conclusions that I think that there are strong reasons to believe that the data that we are getting with regard to call. It is very very bad. The. Tosa fire and police commissioner as expected. This afternoon has suspended officer Mensa this following the Common Council last night, calling for the officer to be fired, he has now been suspended by the fire and police commission. Do we know if it's with or without pay? Usually with regard to police officers when they're suspended its wis-. Pay particularly given the fact that. Nobody's accused Mencia yet of having done anything rog. Got, all these cases in the past offices have gotten in trouble for questionable shootings. Nobody there's no governing body anywhere that said that. Should he mayfair which wag? This is just the case of Walla Tosa being governed by truly despicable people add. Whatever opposition exists in Walla toss has simply not raised its voices in spoke dot in the offices behalf and This is you know the term is used all the time. By liberals referring to something that happens. To An African American in this case they are. There lynching officer men's his career. They're ruining the career. He's not hire anywhere. Are claiming that this is a guy that is killing innocent people and he's not. He to shootings that were cleared in the most recent what it may come as we established, there was a guy with a gun heading toward a crowded wall as part of a mob of people, his gun was loaded, and he had thirty five rounds of ammunition and an extended clip inside his fanny pack, and the gun that he was carrying was stolen, and he was told the dropped the gun, and when he get not only did not drop the gun. He fired a shot. If you, lose your career over that and you can lose your career over that in while Matosa. Wisconsin and you can lose your career over that when you are an African American officer. There is no one safe in this country, and there is no sense of justice whatsoever. And, as I say, it is a shameful moment in Wa witnesses history that mob rule where a bunch of agitators to come into meetings, yelling and screaming. And a demagogic immoral Alderman like heather cool. Can get an entire community to go out and decide systematically that we are going to sacrifice this guy at the altar of getting the protesters off our back. What's especially stupid about it? Is it never works? It's not going to get the protests is off your back every time you say yes to them, they come back and ask for more. This is established. What drives them crazy about trump? He never gives them what they want. which is why they go nuts over him? It's the only way you can deal with liberals. You have to say no to all of this stuff. Because once you say you start saying yes, they never stop demanding and you heard the city council member and Seattle. Seattle say so. WE'RE NOT GONNA be satisfied until this is a to dismantle the whole damn thing is going to be a socialist country. We're GONNA crush capitalism. We're GONNA crush it all. We're going to wipe it out. That is the agenda and it certainly starts with getting rid of the people that are trying to enforce the order we have, which is why the police are the target. The reason black lives matter only cares about black lives as when it's a police involved shooting is that this is all about going after the police? You could not have thought that anything could have been worse than Madison. But what has happened Wa Tosa is worse that happened in Madison. This is the decision to go out and take an African. American has decided to serve his community and serve society. And ruined him because a bunch of protesters demanded. Hard for me to magic getting any worse than that, but that's where we're. At least it's where we're at right now on wall, but hosts I'M NOT GONNA. Say What happened everywhere, and maybe a lot of other communities would have more backbone. Dennis McBride while Tosa that is where we are right now, and it is a shameful moment in that city. For All of the history of historic racism Walla, Tosa has they've learned nothing. They have decided to ruin the life of a young African American male here because some protesters who don't even live in their city demanded six. Oh, nine newstalk seven thirty. It's time for rapid traffic continuing to find slow speeds on the roadways. Thanks to the rainfall, but fortunately we don't have any incidents in your way. From the all new Lynch of Guanaco Total, traffic center news. Talk Eleven, thirty W is and I'm John Wiley. All new. When is it not do it anymore? I don't know that's not my call. I went to a high school. We We called our Jim the new GM it was. We had two gyms was older, and they kept calling the new J. What is the cutoff that? When it's something no logger new. Well, you know all these cities that are named after European cities here at the United States. I mean we still call New York New York because the First York the what an England was there. I did new. Berlet all of. Your, when does it plus? We have to call new Berlin new Berlin because there is a Berlin the. Berlin west of oshkosh of Anyway I've got the system summer. Cash contests texted your chance to win a thousand dollars for the six o'clock hour. We're GONNA to do that after the break I know you wanna hear. It now tops six ten news. Talk Eleven Thirty W. Eleven thirty wins said Mark Late afternoon show. We have another case on. Somebody whose life has ruined because they didn't know that you can't say all lives matter. Some just held you if you've got a job that anybody cares about. Is Wrong as you may think it is. You're taking your career into your own hands if you say all lives matter. Now I think when this all started that there were simply a lot of people who even know that the left simply decided that that is a racist statement. I know that the Sacramento Kings broadcast to grant napier. who was the first to fall in this? When he tweeted all lives, matter had no idea that that would be deemed to be. The statement of a white supremacist, which is what people have argued that it needs. Since then there are other people who are just trying to be bending over backwards to be reasonable and end up being shocked that their life is in tatters. Here's the latest. The former dean of the nursing school at the University of Wisconsin. Oshkosh has been fired from her current position for saying everyone's life matters. The thing about this is she even said black lives, matter. She currently works as the head of the nursing school. Add the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She's the former head of the nursing school that you'd you wash cash. Her name is Leslie Neil Boylan. She's been fired by the University of Massachusetts System. For put out a statement to the faculty, and these statements have been set out by faculty and employers all over the place about diversity in the workplace, and so on and. She deviated enough from the script that she has gotten herself. fired. In Her statement to the employees at the department. She wrote the following and I'm GONNA quote. Recent events recall a tragic history of racism and bias that continue to thrive in this country I, despair for our future as a nation. If we do not stand up against violence against anyone, black lives, matter, but also everyone's life matters. No one should have to live in fear that they will be a target for how they look or what they believe. She urged the nursing school students to care for everyone regardless of race, creed, color, religion, ethnicity, ability, or gender preference in other. This is actually a very liberal statement. And she was bending over backwards to be inclusive liberal, and she doesn't understand right now that they do not want inclusivity. The do not want this to be about anything other than black lives. And as a result, she's been fired by the University of Massachusetts her apologies for what she said. I'm sure she has no idea what she wa why what she said is offensive. Because what she said seems to be something that most people would, if you simply read the words thing that it just seems to make logical sense that everybody's life matters. When you say that sort of thing, you're going to be terminated especially if you work at a position in which liberal pressure can be applied. So. This is the woman that probably a fair number of people in Wisconsin Noah's I say she's the former head of nursing school at Uw. Oshkosh now at the University of Massachusetts, law and in putting out an email to the nursing, faculty and students at her school, she said black lives matter, but also everyone's life matters. She's fired. People wonder when this is going to end as I say the reason it. This part is is no one has these people's backs. Who say this when Napier set it up the king's broadcast nobody stood up verb, no faculty at that university is going to stand at all the people. who were you know graduates to that nursing school? People work for alert for it. None of them are going to have her back. Everybody is looking to protect themselves. It's been my constant plebe. None of this is a lost cause. If the majority of Americans do not believe that this is an offensive statement. They have the ability to protect the jobs of the people who get fired for it. That ability does exist. It simply means that you have to start acting at it. And exerting the power at a thirty that you actually have. Just as in Wa Tosa. That that community has to stand. For the witch hunt that is going on in their police department right now. You don't have to stand for it. If the Common Council and the Fire and police commission were personally in their own lives overwhelmed with complaints. If some of these Alderman what were walking down the street, and they were confronted by their constituents appalled that they would try to destroy the career of a young African American. Police officer tried to service. He's community. That pressure would come to bear, and there would be an impact at it. We have had enough cases where they've been victories of late. I cited the Big One Jefferson County last night. That these things are not guaranteed automatic losses, just as it's in our nation's heads, as to whether or not the Marxists I go to win the presidential election like Joe Biden and they're going to be in charge of everything or Trump beats him drives them crazy, and we keep our country, and hopefully maybe even pick up a few seats in the Senate and get the house back and redirect this country and undo a lot of the damage that's been done and get two or three more justices on the Supreme Court. Do, you know what ended all the protesting of the Seventies Reagan? It's trump. Now, so we'll say with the left is all grew up and Reagan brought us so much prosperity trump brought insperity to. They realized they weren't getting anywhere at all. They did was bitch and screaming and they stop burning the cities without. But protests. Some people say it ended with Kent State when people learned that they could die for their prostate boy. There's a lot of trouble after Ken. State I it ended because there was a limit as to how far it could go, and secondly the lefties themselves started to become part of the institutions themselves. The liberals of back in the day are the man now. This new movement that we have in place, this is an attempt by people who are even farther outside to throw the whole big away. I think in the sixties and seventies the original liberals. They just wanted power. In the past white male conservatives had all the power. They ran the universities. They ran the city's. They ran the states. They wanted power. There are lefties. They wanted power this bunch. Now it's more than just power. They WANNA. Burn the whole thing down. They hate America they hate our system. They hate everything about this country. They want to ruin it and they want to do it by. Brute force so long as they are in the minority. They can't be beaten, but they will not be beaten. Simply because we say they're in the minority, it requires proactively. And we certainly see like the tragic loss here at Tosa. Where they have claimed. The career, the one good thing I will say about this as men's has got a lawsuit here first of all, he is African American. He can make a strong case for racial discrimination. How many other police officers have been fired for shootings? That were not wrongful. I would say none in the history of the State of Wisconsin, and you can also make the case that he is being a victim of wrongful termination. Give her the fact that there's been no adjudication by anyone including the fire and police commission that he'd ever did anything rog. So maybe while we're just figure, okay fine, we'll pay the guy five billion dollars. He goes away, but at least we don't have. The protest is breathing down neck except the protest is going to be back and four days, and they're gonNA. Make me for all the real target right now because we all know that the police are going to be terrified. No better many shots are fired at that wall for any cop to fight to shoot back. How many shots would it take the Safdar that Mayfair Mall to get a WTO, so police officer? Respond we sex. We know that Mensa responded after one shot and he's now. He's now suspended. I honestly and I said this earlier I honestly don't know if I was at Tulsa police officer I would encourage them to respond if it was the ball. Going out there right now if that community has decided. that. They're gonNA throw all of their cops under the bus like this. Well, then maybe they need to find out what it's like. When they don't have a police off, police force anymore. Pre, people like like they treated their officers and to run a city the way that city has gone sour since McBride became the mayor. It's time for some serious introspection there again, trying to make some of his positive, this wouldn't have to happen in every community and all that community had to do is say no. We've got rules in. This guy didn't break any of them. Like it tough, why and write a letter to the editor of the same as everybody else in the meantime? If you're disrupting our meeting, we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA arrest you. That will still happened in some places. But it didn't happen there, and it is instructive as to what has happened in Walla Tosa and how we haven't America. Simply abandoned every protection. We've ever accorded citizens every due process. We have the kind of rights that African. Americans have benefited from existing. And use it to in this case, it's almost ironic it's not, but it's almost ironic that the victim in this case again while Tosa is a black man, the police officer. That long hit by the way you know who wrote the book about the history of racism and what? The mayor McBride. And here he goes and commits the ultimate, Racist Act and trying to destroy the career of an African, American public servant, simply because a bunch of protesters told him to it, he didn't have the integrity or guts to stand in the way and stop it. And the only person while Tosa. Vote for this is the former police officer Dubinsky six twenty five newstalk of the Oh God give you the word. We do this. Happy, As in happy birthday, just happy, don't put anything else in their happy H. A. P., p.. Y. Happy. What! No just happy. Was for named happy. Well the rolling stones did happy didn't think. That was Keith Richards did it was like the only way they let him save? Yeah I think of happy I. Think it Keith. Richards was the ferrall song called happy. Anyway just text happy at a two, hundred, two, hundred, twenty, two anytime between now and seven o'clock and get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply this nationwide contest six five news talk eleven thirty W I. It's time for rapid traffic crash on forty, three, ninety, four, southbound, coming off. The High Rise Bridge blocks the left lane. Lane expect delays around that scene and the crash in the stadium interchange has the ramp from eastbound ninety four northbound highway, one seventy five blocks. You'll also find the left lane northbound through the stadium interchange coming off of Miller parkway onto one seventy. Five with a lane blocked from the all Lynch Ford of Maguire Total. Traffic, center newstalk eleven thirty Wfan I'm jared. Mark belling late afternoon show several weeks ago. I talked about Coin Hooding, going at the United States and Come home. There are a number of retailers decided that they're not GonNa Change and the reason that I'm giving you change any age. There's all these theories as to what's going on, and I don't think it's I. Think it's just a combination of a lot of things. First of all there's less coinage being circulated in general, because hardly anybody pays in cash anymore, so the coins don't move around as much as they would otherwise move around. Secondly, there are very few. Nickels Pennies dimes headquarters coming in because the meant has been at slowdown ever since the Covid, so the normal process of the banks, turning in the old grubby coins and replacing them with new ones that hasn't happened as well third. There are some people who believe that some people are hoarding coins, because they believed that the value of the metal in these coins and most of merge zinc is going to be worth more than the face value of the coins. That's possible, but most of the base metals have been going down in value not up. Because of the economic slowdown, if we get significant inflation and I believe we will, then everything's going to go up from zank to any anything that's in there, and indeed you can get to the point where the coins will be worth. Melt value fire more than they are in terms of the face of the coin, but we are not there at this point. Yes, it just a combination of a lot of things are some people say it's wrong for well, not raw you could. Your story can set any policy you. What can. You say that's your policy. That's your policy. These ear prices you could back in the day. They used to charge more gas stations. If you use the credit card that if you pay cash, they do all those things that they want I. Do have though it's that away a rounded. But, many stores have these policies now that is something nine dollars, and you're gonNA. Pay Eight twenty-seven. They'll ask you, do you WANNA get seventy three cents to your homeless shelter something. You're paying calf, say yes, that way it's they'll keep it in the left to kick it into somebody other than themselves, just taking it to their own It's it's the store makes the policy clearing bats. They ever provided. Are. Again very close to a society in which we simply don't had. We probably always have the paper bells. We're moving. Ingest generally away from. The added the virus germ thing that people have said the number of people who don't want to mess with them, and then if you don't get him and change anywhere where you gotta get Eddie eventually all the WHO have gone at in the fording people sailing collectibles, speculating on glacier. Changes in our society.

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Say oh you don't even have to send me anything or hey thanks. I'm glad to receive anything at all that you wanna send. I'm happy to just participate and thanks for answering my question and so forth but this particular lady went on and on and on about how. She was very disappointed in what we sent. It was none of what she wanted. And my gosh but yet we answered your question took care of your digital dilemma. On the other end of the spectrum. We did have a listener recently. Who sent a prize Wasn't able to use the promo for whatever reason the senate back with a letter saying i really appreciate the prize. But it's not something i can use. I'm sending it back so you can send it to somebody else. Which is amazing. That happens every so often. It's not frequent but it does happen. But and then we you know what we found something she could use and we sent that to her anyway and she was beyond thankful and not expecting it. But because and i didn't nice whenever we ran. And i didn't tell her that if it was me that got the price and i couldn't use it would just put 'em ebay but you know what would never say that on the air. But she was very sweet and that's true so people like that more than make up for the people who have the nerve to complain. I'm sorry if we can't make you completely happy. And she sends several emails. You know what. I refer you to you know back when you had me fill out the winners form and you said i could get such and such well first of all. We never promise anybody anything. We can't because how do we know that we can for sure. Have that available to send to you so anyway you can come off your apple box now. My apple so yes that to otherwise as some tech news perhaps available. The us aviation administration cleared the boeing seven. Three seven max to resume commercial flights. The aircraft had been grounded worldwide since march of two thousand nineteen after two crashes the first of which occurred in indonesia in october of twenty eighteen. Killing three hundred and forty six people. Boeing has since fixed the flight control system that was blamed for both accidents and taking steps to improve. Its focus on safety and quality while the epa rescinded. Its order that grounded. The seven three seven max. The planes won't be immediately returning to the sky. The agency must still approve pilot training revision for each. Us airline that operates. Max and planes must be updated including installing software enhancements before they can return to service. But it's interesting that they're now at least able to go back into service grounded almost two years. That's nuts. i mean my gosh. Sorry for the two crashes and the deaths and so forth but you think it wouldn't have taken that long to get things taken care of and normally you don't hear me you know sympathizing with the airline industry. But you also got to think about airlines like southwest. They had a huge number of these places their fleet in how they couldn't fly it was the majority of their equipment and they were just part. You see on the news you know. Various airports are all these planes parked for two years. Wow i wonder if many of them have flat tires dead batteries now but i guess there goes the lights on south west. Because now they've got to pay for those planes have been sitting around. Oh my gosh well. Hopefully they get back in the air. They do the various updates needed to be done. And everybody's happy. I hope as the covid nineteen pandemic continues a new mexico. School district has deployed connects germ zapping robots which they say are proven to deactivate the virus to disinfect rooms and areas within its schools as part of their strategy to reduce the risk of exposure to sars co v to as we known as the rona. The school district is utilizing six light. Strike robots to quickly disinfect. It's classrooms offices cafeterias restrooms locker rooms gymnasiums and all other areas around their schools. So let's hope that works very well for them and then maybe more school districts will employ the same sort of thing and maybe we can ultimately get rid of this darn thing. That would be nice. Twitter announced that is launching its own feature similar to snap chat stories called fleets fleets. Which i think is the most ridiculous name i know. It's probably because it rhymes with tweet. And its a like a fleeting moment because these will expire after twenty four hours. See the first thing i thought of was the hemorrhoids cream or something. Whatever i think that's an an an animal. It see well. But either way it goes in that area yeah fleets allow twitter users to post text reactions to tweets for or videos and customize their fleets with various background and text options users will now see a row of bubbles at the top of their timeline where they can view the stories from people they follow. The company says it aims to make people feel more comfortable sharing personal and casual thoughts opinions and feelings through. Fleets this is the first time. I think Twitter seems concerned with somebody's opinions because they only seem concerned with blocking. I'm yeah the social media platform says also roll out stickers and live broadcasting features and fleets. Great so you don't show the wrong opinion but again. I'm not saying that this is not a political amazon is recalling three hundred and fifty thousand of its ring video surveillance doorbell. Units in the us and another eighty seven hundred in canada. This is according to a november tenth. Recall notice from the consumer product safety commission or see. Pse the recall pertains to the second generation model. You can see if your unit is impacted by entering the device serial number in the search bar on the ring support page according to the ring has received eighty five reports outlining doorbell incidents where the user incorrectly installed the unit to their home. The wrong kind of screws. So amazon's ring is blaming the user for their defective equipment to the tune of three hundred thousand. Plus which is exactly what steve. Jobs did with the The antenna gate of right and the original iphone. We don't that you're holding it the wrong holding the iphone wrong and that's the problem. It's the user in this case ring has the nerve. They're idiots to be blaming three hundred thousand end users for their cameras not are the that you're using the wrong kind of screws to install them so they said in. In twenty three of those cases the doorbells actually ignited night and caused minor. Property damage an eight cases ring received reports of. Oh my gosh Companies got to see this is jeff bozo company. because it's owned by amazon. You really gotta take responsibility so they need to add a new voice because you have the you know someone's door and your you're doorbells on fire. I could see it now. That would be hysterical. Think that would be something that they absolutely should be able to add because they have to. They need to be responsible should they. Not automating doorbells on fire. Shall i call the fire department. I happen to think that's a great idea. Oh my gosh fact. I was looking for something desperately as you were saying that that i couldn't find and i really really wanted to because it was appropriate but l. Well but you know now that we've mentioned ring doorbells out loud just next time. Either of us are on amazon. We're going to see be seeing ads or even facebook. we'd be seeing ads for being doorbells former that your door. Yeah your door is on fire. That's true because we mentioned it and because people listening if their phones were in proximity of the radio you might suddenly be seeing ring doorbell ads. Oh gosh well get with it. Jeff bose and company and just replace the darn things and stop trying to blame the users. I'm sure three hundred thousand. People use the wrong screws. But now i gotta get home in. Check the serial number on mine. Because i have one of the older ones in Hey we'll see if it's affected. And maybe i'll get a new doorbell operative. That would be nice. Wouldn't that be called and either that you should tell him it is anyway that the The model number rubbed off burned off the vegas it burned off therefore they need to send you a new one. I think you should garments instinct. East sports edition is a smartwatch that allows gamers to sink their biometric data with their livestreams the heart rate and stress data which can be displayed on screen and can trigger sounds and images could provide useful performance feedback according to garmin. So it's bad enough that you're stuck playing games for the whole weekend and don't otherwise have a life but now you're gonna have your Your stress data heart rate and information displayed. Good luck with that well. In speaking of games and stress playstation five owners are reporting that a bug that causes the console to crash when rest. Mode when enriched mo- some say that the error caused their console to brick after prompting them to repair the system storage database. This apparently stemmed from one guy that tweeted out that he was playing a game and his thing when the rest mode and then the machine basically just died. Wow in some cases. The repair process can cause console to brick. Others have only experienced game. Crashes with no prompts to repair the system. Now it's not clear how widespread the error is at the moment but those looking to play it safe may want a disabled rest mode for the time being. I would think just in case because you don't know if yours can be affected or not but if you can disable rest mode don't rest as you know if you spend that ungodly amount of money that is five hundred bucks. Whatever they want for that playstation five. And you don't want it to just brick. I wonder if they're replacing them. I don't know they're going to blame the fire yet. But that's fire i of g. Let's hope not lot of calls this week from our k. tbb listeners. Here's michael in tyler texas. Welcome into tomorrow michael. I have a rv motorcoach. That is on lake fork and it's covered by a carport and the cell reception is not great or internet connection. I'm looking for a way that i can wire an antenna up on top of the rv carport to increase both cellular and internet signal. Well michael if by internet you're referring to a wifi signal you'll probably need to antennas. You can use a wi fi repeater and a cellphone booster wifi and phones run on different frequencies for your wifi. You may even be able to use an antenna from inside your motor coach. There are many directional antennas that do not need to be mounted outside and can greatly improve your wifi reception. We've used usb antennas before and noticed an immediate boost in performance. That should be very helpful for you now. If you wanna fully external antenna you can find outdoor range extenders ranging from several hundreds for example. You can buy a b a s twenty three zero seven for thirty bucks or a mo- shoe sale antenna for one hundred twenty dollars online. You'll still need to connect that antenna to an access point or router to distribute the signal to your devices. 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Ifa this was the year the only year we couldn't in the last eighteen years because the e you would let us in had nothing to do with the fact that i was in the hospital but but we won't talk about that we'll just talk about how the eu wouldn't let people from the united states in but hopefully that won't be an issue next year. Yeah so we'll be back to broadcasting from ifa again because that's a lot of knowledge a lot of fun and lot of co innovation. They're pretty cool berry in windsor ontario. Listens on am eight hundred c klw. Welcome into tomorrow berry just trying to fit girl what to do here. I've got a pc computer. That's about seven years old. And i have an apple tablets trying to defeat if i should go with the new apple tablet and do it with the tc or get a new pc and stick with the stuff that i have. I'm not totally sure which way i should go. Well very find your current tablets. Cover your use cases That's really what's going to determine the best course of action for you Computers have been reverting to work gear for a long time. Most people can handle what they need to do with the phone or a tablet the vast majority of the time these days so as much is tablets may not be capable of covering every use case a computer. Can they may very well be enough for you. Just be prepared to take a trip to the public library and may borrow an actual computer one day. If you find something that your tablet just can't do now having said that streaming social media email general web browsing basic documents. All of those are easily covered by tablets. And now if you're building more complex documents or using heavier duty software you may still want a pc one thing to note in your cases that you're still exists so if you do replace it with a new tablet you can still keep it around just in case you run into that rare task that your tablet can't handle and use it for that. It really depends on what you do with your computer but replacing a pc with a tablet is less difficult and unrealistic. Now than it's ever been. Yeah really is very easy. Now we say that and yet we still have our own computers where we're both on tablets in fact we've got four tablets running here in the studio even as we speak Before four laptops right and we have several tablets that we use for various things but we still always go back because we do a lot more intensive stuff especially you with a video and audio editing. You really can't do that as easily on a tab. Right so unless berry. You're doing that kind of stuff. A tablet should absolutely do the trick for you. Especially since most applications live in the cloud these days. Anyway specially things that google drive and google docs word processing that you can do online. Get let us know. Berry you into tomorrow dot com. Let's all meet there and have a nice car. You're so annoying. 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Hey guys i am looking for a programmable solar panel for my camera. I wanted to be able to follow the sun. Giving my location thomas year haven't been able to find one yet. Hope you guys can give me an answer. Give someone does it make one. I just gave someone a million dollar idea and they can send me the resistance from it. You say do you. Please let me know what it is. And if it's affordable but guys idiots pleasure but unfortunately you're not gonna find anything like that for a panel as small as what you'd use for a camera dual and single access automatic tilting systems do exist and they're commonly used but they use some of the energy produced to power the motors that then tilt the camera and they greatly increased the cost of the panels there mainly used for much larger panels. Think more of like a power plant or the roof of factory than a small camera but to give you an idea. A dual axis system can double the cost of a panel insulation and even a single access system can increase the cost by about fifty percent. In fact sun tracking systems can be so expensive and panels these days so inexpensive that people often opt to just by a couple of extra panels to catch the sun from more angles rather than to install an automatic tilting system. Now if you want to buy a basic small tracking controller and actuator you can find some online for around five to six hundred dollars but unless you have a pretty big panel for your camera. It probably won't be worth that investment. Yeah that that seems to be a lot of money. For what eddie's trying to do and i i just don't know if it's going to do the job well enough for him i think your idea of Just opt for another set of panels and try to catch as much of the sun from different angles as you can. And maybe that would do the trick. 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It's unique directional and generally popular as an instrument. Microphone an sm will cost you one hundred dollars now. The rhoda the n. T. five may work for you as well. It's also uni directional meant for studio use and will cost you about two hundred twenty dollars now. The scarlet in particular the solo would probably be a good choice. If you want something that will allow you to record yourself and a guitar without breaking the bank a two channel. Barringer euphoria you. Mc two oh two hd may work for you as well but its overall similar. And it'll cost you a little more around two hundred bucks zoom you. Ac two will raise the price a little bit more to to fifty but it's also a solid to channel option and we have experienced with their products and they seem very durable. That's very true. We've used zoom record as sort of backup recorders on all remote broadcast for at least the last six or seven years and they they work very well and in fact oftentimes when. 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And you can just edit a whole show together by taking words. But i haven't seen you do that yet. And you re run. When i was in the hospital for crying out loud. If you've done it you've done it then. We probably have alexa. Do the show for you now. Oh jeez yeah. Probably you could have her do it. That's scary but yeah in twenty five years I'm reminded of in the year. Twenty five twenty five song zeiger in evidence dating yourself. I am in fact eighty myself and myself. It's dave grave. Line myself as chris craven. And don't forget that you can listen. Twenty four seven to into tomorrow on our website stream guys dot com helps a stream. The last several weeks of into tomorrow nonstop at into tomorrow dot com non-stop non-stop that means like never every day. All day every day. Twenty four seven the never ending story. Well it's because we've run the last seven weeks worth of shows. Is that what it is. I haven't counted lately. But i'm like i hope that's the plan anyway. Okay matthew hartsdale. New york listens online. Welcome into tomorrow matthew. I wanted to ask about the in car. Entertainment systems that are out in the new twenty twenty cars such as the ford sync three system and the gm intelink and the chevy modeling system if you could tell us the differences Sure we'll do our best. Matthew intelink and my linked systems are really the same except for each using a different theme. Gm's and chevy's are the same cars with different badges. So i guess we should know to expect no better from their infotainment systems. They both support wi fi though atom monthly cost so you may be better off using your phones hot spot apple carplay and android auto newer models support alexa and have a gm marketplace. That allows you to do things like order food or pay for gas from the dashboard. All of those probably sound better on paper than in the real world sent. You probably have to pull over to do those. Things and phones are way easier and quicker to us now. Ford there is up to version four. Which of course. I've got an older ford so i'm still stuck on sink to you can't now. Three upgrade debt replace the entire system which is like three or four thousand dollars will buy a new car exactly match what they hope. Yeah but ford's sync four also supports wi fi carplay and android auto and it's been an improvement since the previous versions were regarded as notoriously bad and hard to use you as a ford sync to use a wreck in attest to that. And the time. I've had my car the last four years they've only one software update for it didn't even really update these things very often. So they're not trying very hard either. I just want you to buy a new car. Yeah so and that's the main thing you should know about these systems. They're second class citizens as far as car. Manufacturers are concerned and you shouldn't expect them to be properly maintained. You shouldn't even expect updates to be free if they exist at all now. The reason we bring that up is that whatever you get will probably be good for about a year or two. But will eventually is in chris's cases feel like the touch screen version of eight track tape and the manufacturer will probably not care and just leave it as is and you're stuck with what you got so you should probably focus on the mechanics of the car more than the smarts if you plan to keep it for more than three or four years. Whatever infotainment system. The car has or may not continue to be compatible with future versions of apple carplay and android auto and we'll definitely lagged behind phone software. So don't let it be the deciding factor unless you plan to keep your car for only the short-term that's true if it just you know maybe you're going to lease it two year lease and you don't really care and you use the heck out of the system terrific then go for it and and enjoy but let us know matthew why you decided to go either direction in particular or for what kind of car and what you ended up with and do you really like it or do you have some buyer's remorse and thinks it might have been better to go the other route and of course with all these infotainment systems that car manufacturers have made it nearly impossible or at least very difficult to even any of these components talked about this on the show before two. I was looking at trying to upgrade the radio in my car even after a year. So that i've had it. I can't do that because the everything runs through that touchscreen with radio the air conditioning and all stuff like that so they can't really upgrade that head unit gets put a whole new head unit in there and i'm still being bombarded from accurate usa for to spend ninety nine dollars on an update a dvd for navigation maps. I haven't used the navigation system in the car in years. Because i have. I have a little wireless charger for my phone. Right up there by the nab screen and i use my phone. Google maps. it's free. Yeah why on earth. Would i spend another one hundred dollars to upgrade maps that i don't use and was convoluted to begin with you. Gotta dial in every letter one at a time to try to go to a particular place or an address or something it was. It was ridiculous when i bought the car. Have they were. They kept trying to push on me. The navigation system which was a four thousand dollar feature an option and i was like no. I hadn't used google maps. Even though i'm phony. I prefer the google maps because apple maps whole apple maps used to drive people and delay and stuff but know in the area right in front of the my screen in my car is the perfect size to just lay my phone my phone up against it sideways. So i've kind of covering the map. Anyway yeah. I put my google maps on my phone. Just put it there. They've got my education system. Didn't cost me anything. There you go because of bluetooth it comes through your spears. Directions left turn five hundred feet or something and you have no problem with it. You know when. I get another new car. Will i have the navigation system if they throw it in sure but am i going to pay extra for it absolutely not. Because that's just silly. And i make it makes me wonder of our listeners. Are you guys still using your navigation systems or are you just using your phone or your tablet in your car and google maps or something. Do let us know because it does. It helps us as well and helps other listeners. To help make decisions so eight hundred eight nine nine into eight hundred eight nine nine. Four six eight six archie curious about you know our listeners. What do they use for navigating. But you know. I miss the days of going to my local triple a. Office to give me the trip tick highlighted route on the roads of spindle thing. You flip a pay. It sounds crazy but that was always for me like a fun trip planning thing. I knew i had a trip coming when i went to triple a. And i got the little map and they highlighted the route. I needed to take on this. Yeah but you had to plan ahead. You couldn't say okay. I've gotta go into north broward for a doctor's appointment or some specialist or something. How the heck do i get there. Let me go to aaa. I like the yellow pages. I look phone number for the place. I'm going. I call them. And i say can you give me directions. Yeah true myself. I know wow and i heard one of my doctors offices. I was in the other day. Are the poor girl at the front desk giving directions to someone and it's like really just put it in your phone but apparently day couldn't accomplish that and she's saying well no you turn left at the at the at the rooms to go and then you go over to here and then. Abc liquors you turn right. And so my gosh. She's really go and specifically because they just wouldn't put it in their phone. Yeah me tell me your next. Abc liquor. I would know that is would know where. Abc liquors is. But do you know where into tomorrow is of course head into tomorrow dot com if you're fed up with your credit cards high interest rates and your balances are so out of control that they never seemed to go down. One call consolidated credit can get the relief you need consolidated credit has helped over six million people with credit card debt. And they're certified credit counselors are ready to help you. They can consolidate your debts into one. Lower payment. 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This was chosen by the founder because he wanted the company to be powerful and everlasting like stars in the sky. Apparently nobody ever told him that. Scar stars oftentimes just burnt out. Yeah yeah. I'm dave grave line. I'm chris grave line. This portion of into tomorrow is brought to you in. Part by hughes net high-speed satellite internet available. Wherever you live or work if you want more info text radio to thirty-five thousand again text the word radio. Two three five zero zero zero gary in michigan listening on. Am eight hundred. C klw by have a iphone eleven and it makes random facetime and phone calls. When i don't have the phone selected it'll be in my pocket all of a sudden it'll be faced timing somebody or it'd be calling somebody and i seem to have no control well but dialing. That's what it sounds like. To be gary to be honest it sounds to us. Like you're just not locking your phone before you put it in your pocket. You're talking about an iphone eleven which has face ide- the inside of your pocket. Look awful lot like your face so we shouldn't be able to pocket. Dial anyone with dion unlocking. The phone is pretty effortless. So there's really no reason not to lock your phone before you put in your pocket. It's not any harder than closing a flip phone and should prevent this issue entirely. Yeah i would hope. Let us know if you're just not locking the phone and hopefully that solves the problem because it certainly shouldn't be doing that into tomorrow. Dot com is where you can hear all three hours and a whole bunch of cool posts. Check it out bringing you. The latest consumer electronics and technology. This has been into tomorrow with dave grave line to participate with dave and his tech genius and win prizes anytime. Twenty four seven. Use our free into tomorrow app for your iphone android networks books available in your app store or call one eight hundred eight nine nine into. 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Every single day goes into the office into the laboratory to try to cook up some great stuff for you guys. He's here From new york new york you are listening to extra time driven by continental from my apartment in bed. Stuy brooklyn. I major be with my partner in soccer. Just the one today charlie davies. We can handle this charlie davies. So we're on a mountain somewhere in colorado. I feel just doing dave things trying to find hamas in the middle of the rockies. Something like that. I don't know man. Meditating meditating on the rockies does he strike you as someone who had meditate annotate. I don't meditate. But i i do. See a future of meditation for for gas for empire. All right maybe we'll have to get him like a nice little journal. Yeah just make sure. He gets his thoughts in order before he comes on this show. He'll be back of course on monday. We had a big show mark. Mckenzie is going to join us yet. Dc night last night. Did you see when you were playing with mark. When you're at the union. He was a young buck. Did you see this right leg. Did you know and if anybody tells you that they've seen it. They're lying people. That is the locker. But it's nice to know that he does have it in them. So i was happy to see him against first professional goal. Big stuff the union by the way they are the second team to qualify for the playoffs in addition to toronto. Fc and big stuff for mark mckenzie this year you know. He got into camping january for all the covid stuff went down. Jim curtin is saying. Hey it's brennan errands tim. They're going to go to europe. It's just a matter of when we get the offers. We have a lot to talk about with mark mckenzie by the way though twenty twenty indication of the times only one of the top eight teams the support. Children action or out of action. I should send wednesday night. Only none of those one none of the other seven one not a single w for them a bunch of losses among those teams. It is really just a toss up. We'll talk about all this stuff on wednesday. We'll talk to mark mckenzie. We'll go through the mail. But i because it is a sign of the times we gotta talk about covid big news for the sounders. For major league soccer route ruidiaz picking up covid nineteen testing positive on international duty with pedal. So i am no expert as to the process that he's going to have to have to get back on the field and mls. What i do know. We wish him is family. Weston mckennie who by the way with your vintage tested positive. Well anybody who's experienced going through it. I've done it myself. We wish you well. We wish the best for you and your family and we hope you're back with us on the field or wherever it is very very soon. We do have an email though that. We're going to start with charlie and we've kind of we haven't discussed this. Didn't how is going to go and we still don't. We don't know anymore than anybody else out there. But jd mccall Time says guys with all the rapids games that have been postponed. How do you feel about using points per game. Instead of points earned to determine playoff spots. Were more games on wednesday postpone for covid reasons. Minnesota was not able to play against chicago. Fire how do you feel about this from a competitive sense. Charlie how should they go about figuring this out even with an expanded playoff. Feel it no doubt. It's a difficult time for everyone. But everyone's flying under the same circumstances and it's unfortunate but if if your team goes down with covert and and there's You know a mass bread and you can't play matches week after week after week. And all of a sudden you know you're you're four or five games Out and teams are still competing in playing. Then there's an unfair advantage when you come back a lot of these teams. They're playing a ton of matches short amount of time so there's fatigue there's there's the mental anguish of having to deal with the times that we're in so i think if you're not playing twenty games we talked about earlier that meet a certain threshold. Then you can't be eligible to make the playoffs just like we saw them back term. Fc dallas nashville didn't have their house in order now. It doesn't have to be anyone's fault but everyone's dealing with the same circumstances. When it comes to kovin you have to stay isolated from practice to home and stay at home and if if there is an outbreak being able to contain it. And if you can't then the it's just the the harsh reality that you got to go you can't you can't you. Cannot continue delay games not play while all these other teams are. Are you know basically putting all these miles on their legs. And then all of a sudden you get to come in and beat them because you got all the fresh legs and you know you have an advantage. So i'm with you We be in the sunset is just. It's just unfortunate but if you can't continue to play then you gotta move on. I think i'm gonna throw something out there. And i'm i'm straight up working off the top of my head right now. So look imperfect or has problems. Please charlie call me. I'll be like that doesn't make any sense at all to me. We should not do that right now. The colorado rapids just as an example. Because again they're not the only team that this is happening to. It's just that they've had the most prolonged and they now have. I believe it's three games through that ten day span to try to get things right within within the team to get negative test across the board and three more games quote unquote postponed. But it's hard to imagine where they fit it all in so they played thirteen games whereas the teams around them in the western conference mini have played eighteen so played sixteen some played seventeen. I think every team when you get into the season you're supposed to have played twenty three games. I think if you have not played twenty games then you should not that you should not be inconsideration career. The playoffs and this is just my opinion. This is not something i've heard. This is not something that i'm pulling from sources. This is just me saying this right now. So if you have not played twenty games. I don't think you should be considered but if you have played twenty games because of the circumstances because i don't think it is necessarily anyone's fault this is just the state of society right now. It's the society that we all live in than anybody who's played twenty games or more go by points per game and i think that's okay. I think it's okay to go by points per game. I think it's okay to have things a little bit different. I think it's okay to say you know this is an outlier asterix year and we are going to have to be flexible and change some of the rules and deal with it the way that where we have to in the moment so at that point. If you've gotten back up to that into the playoffs you go. If you haven't. I'm sorry but it is like the dallas or national situations. Shut it down yet. Let's let's go back the next year. Let's make sure the playoffs can go forward in the right way and as you said. Let's make sure everybody's doing the right thing. So the playoffs don't have issues at the same time. It's very complicated. it's very difficult. We don't it's it's it's it's it's an instance where if all the teams are taking the responsibility to make sure that they're they're staying healthy able to compete. They should not be penalized. They shouldn't be penalized because other teams have haven't been able to to keep it together Whether it's their fault or not at the end of the day every team every club has to go through the same process of of making sure that they're doing everything they can in their power to play without cove it to not to not get it into be healthy so if a team plays every single game and didn't have to miss one because they did their due diligence. They they were. You know you can be trusted to to do their job then. Yeah i'm one hundred percent with you that those other teams you gotta go. It's tough. It's not something that we want to say or thailand about but it is the reality of our world right now. Let's get into something more positive. Let's get indicate and clark. Wow it so. He starts his first match the morning this weekend the morning after signing and he scores the winner and then he comes in east course. The game tying goal off the bench against toronto. Fc just the best team in the eastern conference. He receives the ball in traffic. You takes a perfect touch inside fights off the pressure and then this time instead of the right patriots the left peg in this time instead of getting a pass brag goes on. it's just a laser beam to the top corner top benz. They might say upper ninety west foot again both feet now two goals in his first two games. The kid is seventeen years old. I don't wanna hype too much charlie. But he's making it really hard. Well he has the potential Similar to a young aaronson right. Y- you see these these qualities and a player where you hit your head's on a swivel you're aware of your surroundings of before the balkans. You could see him. Take a look knowing that you can turn to the right because the players had dropped often at tfc. I think this season had have attended to drop off the omar gonzalez crystal bingo partnership which will get into later Hasn't been as strong as i think. Dmc had hoped so he turns and he takes advantage of the gap. He found that pocket turned. And then just let it fly. And when you have a player who who's aggressive who can take advantage of opportunities like that at a young age in the professional level against a strong tfc team yeah. It's it's okay to start thinking about the future Because he does have a promising one. Now it still a process and we're going to talk to mark mckenzie. It's not given that you have to earn everything and you have to continue to be pushed. So i think that he's got a good head on his shoulders and i think he's surrounded by the right people to make sure it doesn't go your head. You have to continue to push yourself. Continue to improve every single day and once you get in that environment mentality I think we're going to see a lot more from it from this young kid and i don't think it's getting to his head. He was happy he was excited in the postgame interview. He's like man. I'm glad that i came in and did that. But he said right after that we have bigger things to worry about. I think that's a great sign. Also think that maybe this season as weird and bizarre as it is a good time for young players. Like kim clarke to come in. Because he doesn't need to start every game there doesn't need to be pressure on the club to put him in the lineup. Right away and say he's one of your best players. You gotta do this. Because of the wednesday saturday sunday back and forth mid week weekend cadence. You can just start him once a week. If that's what you wanna do once a week bring them off the bench and the other one. Maybe bring them off the bench twice if you think. Maybe his legs aren't there. You need to give somebody else around like there's no requirement. There's no pressure on the red bulls to push this into the lineup. And let it go. And i do want to get to this from From dan hit us up all the time from up. And i believe in vancouver and he says a few weeks ago was kid towel. This kim clarke by shakeout had a nice assist we to i'm all in on hashtag player kids from a team perspective. Where's the line between putting too much pressure on these kids and giving them the chance to step up and grow. How should the red bulls handle this. As long as he continues to earn it every day in training and he putting performances like this. You play them the. There's no reason to take him out and let them watch again. If you're seventeen no matter what your ages and you can bring it every day and you're going to perform at a high level. Then you're all you deserve to be on the field and you're earning your minutes so there's no need to take the foot off the gas and i think there is a hesitation across the league that man. He's too young. i don't want to put too much pressure on him. Know if he's ready for let him go out there and continue to perform. It happens all across the world if you deserve if you earn it every single day in training because you're going to be pushed and there's ups and downs but if you can stay mentally level in positive you you're going to be on the field and you're gonna help the team and clearly. This is a kid who can help red bulls win so you want your best players on the field want players who can contribute in my eyes. There's no reason to take it. Take the for the gas and take them off the field until he starts performing those lackluster performances until you see fatigue mental or physical until that point him. What a roll on roll roll. We'll see i mean they're going to have to balance this. They've done it before tyler adams. Of course they've done it. Many times in the organization whether it's leipzig to salzburg et cetera. et cetera. This is not something new to the red bulls before we get to mark mckenzie. I do just want to say. I turned to my twenty two hundred twenty two presented by body armor ballot. This week and it was it. Crushed me internally like it tore me up it was so difficult my top six or seven i was just like bam bam bam bam bam got it i know who i wanna put here. I know what order i feel but then for about six or seven till about thirty just like it's a crap shoot it depends on foreign depends on the moment it depends on the opportunities are getting a club over the one thing i do know that katie clark was not available to me because he had not signed when the list was finalized to be on the list if he was now available to you would you push them into your twenty two hundred twenty two and and how how would you be pushing it. I would be pushing them into my twenty two hundred twenty two. how high. i'm not sure fifteen for me. Definitely top fifteen. And that's not to to say that. I don't think came clark is a top five. Talent is just to say that this year the way i voted i agree on. Mls contributions number one just hustle up. Yeah i'm tired of guessing about potential. Potential can can change. You can get injured. You can have a changing coach. You can have that mental lapse. You talked about andrew. Carlton his example guy with the talent to be high on that list who had a blip who's now coming back up i just i kim clarke would be on my list. I know that no doubt about it. It's gonna come out next week. The twenty two hundred twenty two presented by body armor. We'll talk about it then. In the meantime let's get to a guy that's most certainly in my opinion going to be top five. It's mark mckenzie. It's an at and t. Five g call to the field mark. What's up man. How you feeling now tied for sure we got hit late last munaf in again tough It's up last night. A credit to dc now that came out and really put us under the under pressure so You know we came out with the point where it would clinch playoff spot. So now it's about five. The sport issue a finnish number one on the league. Big goals man. But said you have the right foot of banger in the locker in the intro here before you got on. I was a little surprised. Not that surprised were you surprised. Just hit doesn't see what happens. Nah i mean it was. It came right out me. Illustrate will arrive at the top of the eighteen. Says you know what. I don't skip leg day. I got the technique through put it on target and the rest of the resin hunted itself. So you know. I gotta the flexing signal flexing. Let a goal right strike as you satisfy. No and it wasn't just around eighteen. That was probably twenty five. We're talking twenty five. This isn't this wasn't on the top of the box but regardless you score the goal you see hit the back in that jeff first professional goal. That's a celebration. Gimme nazi no bridge new. Give me listen. At the circumstances were different. I would celebrate a different way you know. Try and get the third goal and we try and get three points so you can still for the third christ berkman. The it was a professional professional goal. We're going to take it back and keep moving. You know that being said what's what's the plan for a proper goes operation when you score the next time i'll trust me i got that already sorta solo celebration or is this group celebration. It depends you know. If i'm with the you know the got something sorted out or and if it happens to be you know a solo salvi i'll take you to up i. We're gonna wait that moment. I'm ready for that one. I hope it comes as subaru park. Even though things are not you know the fans are not there in the numbers that they used to be which is by the way if people know. It's voting site in the election this year and you were a big part of making that happen. Mark tells about how subaru park came to be a place where people can do their their. Civic duty will first and foremost cincinnati extremely important right that we have Citizens so We sat down with stakeholders myself. You know ali Couple of the guys was known owners stakeholders and let them know like missing. Chester is a disenfranchised community And it's important communities to reach you know incense express on this is so We see how many people didn't vote in the last election And now coming up in. Crucial time for this country We figured that you know we do our part on an open our stadium because again we have the facilities. We have the space we have the resources we have the connection so so why not You know reach out and let those in the community know we're here to support them And we want them to come out from you and the whole club. Just ask you personally. I think this is your first presidential election. What does it mean to you. This is opportunity to cast a vote to be a part of this process to do for the first time. It's something new for me. But you know i've heard all throughout my life how important it is to vote We see just like i said in the last election. How many millions of people not voting One because you don't feel like it or you don't feel like you vote counts or whatever the excuse may be But at the end of the day This is something that we all need to step up and take hold of because we see how how much can affect the country in the grand scheme of things but but not only at the presidential level we look at the local level and who put him in office for for our state representative smoothies into the individuals who he wants to represent us To speak for us. And if we don't have the hosing off is going to find ourselves in a deeper hole than we ever anticipated so mark. i love how. You're you're an outspoken confident individual And you're part of the black pressure change and not on the board but what's your involvement with them. And and how do you continue to use. The black lives matter movement as You know a a way to influence What needs to be done in in the country. I mean know black lives. The changes Is a step in the right direction and we all realize that so i to come together with a unified voice Well we have the executive board they they all reach out and make sure that each individual player knows how important again voting as each each player's voices extremely important so We have meetings you regularly throughout the throughout the month To to make sure we're checking in and keeping things on on test on. Swayed you know by by outside You know doubts environment or outside situations And ultimately we come back together and the executive they speak for us but but again it's a unified voice And even as a young guy a thing it's important to make sure that that the older guys who are more experienced than us Two different experiences than us. Also but we are coming from And i think that's what else nick Favor chain so important is been emotional year for everybody i. I'm curious mark. what emotions the you've gone through the process. Have you gone through as you know. Black lives matter has really brought to the forefront that should have been there for hundreds of years basically yes. It's it's been a mix of emotions from easement. roaster My parents my first experience of Situation with police was when i was seven years old Outside it's were basketball game my dad and we were driving suburban community And at the time he had a red acura you know things two thousand six accurate And as we're driving his basketball game police officer pulls open community asking us where we're going You know what we got our vehicle from and just seeing the the reaction in the emotion for my dad was something that stuck with me and day How he had both hands on the steering wheel. Allies whole tone of voice new change how to act in a manner in order to make sure that he came alive. Also son also came out. You know Not more dramatic scarred than than you know a lot of these situations we see today And have happened over the past four or five centuries now so You know with everything going on. It's definitely been up and down in I've adds to find time for myself to collect myself Make sure i'm speaking You know with wisdom In not speaking sippy out of range or or frustration But also making sure that. I am speaking up Because you there's a lot of people who whose voices suppressed on i have a platform and a duty not black man from getting athlete to to speak up and to make sure that my voice hurt encouraged. Many others do the same. Appreciate your voice man but talk about soccer. We can talk about all day but let's get to the soccer. The union has changed grown a lot since you arrived. What makes this. And it's just my opinion the best team that you guys have ever had. I think it's i think it's a mix of of our leadership in our youth We have a thing like eight homers roster but we also have that balance of leadership of guys who are veterans. have been in the situations that arise matches You know guys like ali who's played at is level and in europe but also here And let the team for the union for for many years now and then I think the the swag that you see with guys like fonte. Anthony met guys coming up guys. Jackie freeze cole turner. You know we have some homegrown coming in and you see these. These goals scored by jack mcglynn paxton harrison so I think that that flare that makes a combination of a veteran leadership in our youth is something that helps distinguish us And put us in spanish. we are now But also think intensity and being bought into what we do and all that we are Less the biggest thing. If we don't know our entity then ultimately we're going to be caught in two minds and never going to be able to reach our potential. So i know reggie graham has had a ton of influence with allow these youngsters running wisey. But how have you developed over the years from our members seeing you coming onto the as a young gun And train with bama bethlehem steel jonah. Rough me up. Where have you developed. How have you developed in. What are your strengths. And and i think with all good players you understand your weaknesses. So how are you. How do you assess your weaknesses. And how do you work fresh foes it was more chuck and and mo and goose rough mia guy believe me so But not for me. Personally i think Avoid evolve plans You know voice. Taking pride in my boonies with the ball But but at the end of the day as defender jobs to defend And that's one area. That i really want some prove on just coming up through the academy as you get into the ira rents of professional football. you see how how marginally game is in how one decision can can either help you win a game or you lose a game See against toronto. For example. My position if i bump before even is able to get around the ball things may be different. The different So it's things like that that i think of help you know. Put me now in position to climb euro and said it's jump into the realm of a being one of the best center bags in league You know assad being a good young centreback ish for me to come in and fight for. I'm less offended year I had a rough first. Two years or more rough second university so eighteen was a high rookie finalists with twenty nineteen comes in and knocks. You hit you a reality check so I think that's one area now for me that i've really gone the mental aspect. Can i just ask you before. I get to the mental aspects. I want to talk to you about that. And twenty nineteen just laid out there man charlie davies union. Just air your grievances martin. Air your grievances. Do i wouldn't be justice. Bullion didn't show him the ropes. Come on now yes. They're not fair not look. I'm glad experience i remember. It was one training session. We were doing. I think six aside tournament and out finance mo- once at one time. And i found the bump in the you know like the back shoulder saw. He stumbled a little bit inside the next play. He absolutely demolished drums. Like seventeen years or sixteen seventeen years old or maybe like one sixty all right. I'm still skinny. Frail kid and moe coming here look colossal. You don't let me a. He comes chuck over here with these freaking begin. Massive going gonna try and block when his shots. I'm like all right. But yeah i love you guys and they told me the ropes at an early age know. I appreciate those experiences so so you have. These relationships with them is definitely helped me now And being able to reach out and pick their brains You know is up on a grace fine. Wants it like to be a sixteen year old in those trainings. As you're walking in as you're hitting the locker room as you're going on the field as you're thinking you know quad zillah over here. Charlie davies gotta deal with that like what are you what what's going through your mind. What experience for people that haven't ever had a chance to do something like laws. It's one of like at a moment. You like an all my gosh these guys you watch on. Tv you go into the stage you get buy tickets to go watch and play on the weekend and then now you sitting next to the locker room you know and laugh and joke with them But then we step wants to feel. It's a battle you know. So i think that That combination is for like really taste of wanted to to play the next level. You don't want compete these guys. We'll get to next level and a second. I want to go back to twenty nineteen. Because i remember two thousand eighteen vividly. You austin i think ivan. I think we're at a hotel somewhere. I sat down with you. Guys was passing the mike back and forth. You know two young guys just feeling like man. The world is at our feet and then twenty nine kinda pulled the rug out a little bit on you. We always talk about all. What are your weaknesses as a player. Like a better with the big switch decision making this that and the other. But there's so much more to it. There's there's the mental side of a person but was twenty thousand light for you. How did you get through it out. Did you grow yeah it was. It was definitely a roller coaster. I'd say twenty nineteen after having a good twenty eighteen and get my first senior team. Call up on the going to camp excited and hungry. I think it was the youngest down the roster actually end in there and have that experience was one. I was you know. Surreal exciting Gave me a taste for wants to continue to climb the ranks of the national team And then going into preseason ready for for another. Follow up year And then to be injury stricken probably for like two five three and a half four months straight just back to back. It was almost the billeting and frustrating to get a concussion. Then after that an ankle knock. And then after that you know work your way back in the lineup. And then boom right when i was to get my I started the year against montreal. Appendicitis amount now. It's in that we know where. I'm not sure. If i'm going to be able to to go till you twenty world cup gonna be fit enough healthy enough and trying to battle through that If i'm not footing and then gets the you twenty cup and you know as need happen which is extremely It was an honor to be at the world cup. You know to be named captain it. It just added to it but but it was really disappointing not to be fit enough for at my fullest fullest capabilities to to be able to compete and help the team But i think it was an experience that i had to go through In order to understand that for me to be the best way i could be. The mental aspect was going to be that much more important To twenty world cup not play but find different role as a leader off the field. Make guys staying tuned in making sure that guys are getting complacent guys who aren't playing are continuing to fight for for a spot you know in that raises the level of competition in the camp and now it helps raise the level of play on the field and we go out against france. Donate to get a victory against you know. The contender ultimately one of the favorites to win the tournament I think that also we put me in a good spot now to come back to the club and now fifa march button understand what it was going to take Understand that it's it's amy role must leaves you know it's not going to be pretty It's not my way you know. The calls on is gonna go my way marketing. Get the nod from the from. The manager may not get the plants on my want but ultimately distinct through an answer five through that that that difficult time And ultimately to then make my Mcmartin earning in august was like a full circle for me but again it was an experienced as a year that had to go through Nothing that it's helped me get to where i am now And it's something to keep you know inside because ultimately the situation is nice right now again your career can go up and down at any point on nothing. Every young football understand that No matter how great you are how much potential you have Life not you down. But it's about you know rolling Sleeves up dust yourself off and you know flexing most little bit to show to show each juilliard so so. Let's talk about the us men's national team because we have to at this point. Gregg berhalter loves ball-playing centrebacks. Wants to go on the back. Once players were comfortable on the ball. You're that guy but initially at that first camp maybe was a playlist too fast that just period from going from you know. Mls rookie year could get it to. Oh full national team and kinda getting into the rhythm and and seeing the speed of play with know some of the country's best players what have those conversations been like with gregg berhalter at have you been able to talk to recently and saying. Hey where do you where do you feel. What club do you think or league would best suit my my skill set or allow me to develop into the player. You need me to be or or the player. I can be a real conversations. You know these are sugar sugar coated or you know Conversation and get right to the point. And i think that's what the hell's being the most I recognize we had a conversation in my. I can't twenty nineteen Of just how where. I was lacking Whereas my game was was the biggest thing for me. See things before they happen. Of course is You know little mistakes that you can make But those things at the international level are gonna get you picked out and also hurt the team so I think understanding how fast the game is. In how quicker decisions have to be Is is one thing that i really took away from that camp But to us now depending on my abilities no putting myself in positions to to now put out fires before. They even having being proactive And then plan out the back lose You know something. Great always talks about. I said i needed to work on my technique And that was something that i really needed to work on. And i recognize that in wanting to know the skit ready for that. What what does that mean your technique for people out there that are like i hear that and i think i understand that but what's it mean. Yeah so for me you know. If he wanted to ball playing centreback you gotta have won the composer to receive the ball from goalie out of build up. You know i understand that. Prejudice is gonna come but no one where you're outlets are you. Can you play back to the role can be wider than that that that striker that that That winger who's coming to press you so now you touch can take you away and beat him Or are you going to have to the inside. Wanted to keep angle bounce it to your six. now you can play out wide So one that's one area to Plan to the lines. That's the biggest thing that i seem to work on understanding that one. Pass skin breakdown the in entire teams. You know pressure If you're able to to touch and break to their winger their nine or ten even an eight enough which your playmakers impositions not turn in create going forward. That helps you know. I can't express how much You know sollozzo. Those are just two areas in which you know technique needs to to really come into it. Can i ask you about recognizing that moment to break the lines. Because i'm thinking right. Now the past you played brenden aaronson. And nothing was making the rounds. We always you know as the soccer twitter machine does. How do you know when what do you see winner the moments it's on and go. Can i ask recognizing the the lines of. I'm thinking right now. Governance in and was the does. We're building out will's. Wins the moments ruling out that passed the outside. Bet if i can give them a slight misdirection sheet my body not play as as lytham gonna play outside back nam and i'll find my i near side eight or ten even higher pocket I think that little that little bit of The misdirection you know is going to open that yet for now you to play into it or simply taking the forward causing a striker or midfielder step outside you now creates a spot for your for your midfielder yachts back you win. That's enough on his face not turn play market. You're playing against some of the world's best players you know what the youth the national teams in the world cup you see the level and then you see a player like william saliba. The french centreback go to arsenal and I feel like i'm in that conversation. I'm maybe in that skill level if not better than that player so what goes in your mind when you're seeing some of the players that you're competing against that you're getting the better of playing at some of these clubs or getting signed by some of these big clubs. Does that kind of start to stoke afa flame. Does that does okay. Absolutely now you go out there and compete against his players. You know your age. And i'm looking like he's he's good but i think i think better and not an arrogant way but in often with you know like i have that that confidence and now i can compete with these guys in even better than them. I think that definitely gonna fire me And i always had that five but sometimes you more gasoline to tonight even more. I think the world cup gave me a taste for that even more In that ultimately now has given me the push to wants to at the highest levels in the world not not saying that i didn't have a before But going out against them and put my. Booties it in context with them. Is is something that when. I look forward to To is something that. I've always dreamed of so now. It's to be in that spot in have these You know potential clubs who have an interest in something that you know i. I've always jumped in outlook for taking these next steps. Tim curtin quote right here a long story. Short mark mark mckenzie brennan. Aaronson are both ready to go to euro at one has got to feel nice to hear that from your head. Coach public sense But i wonder how much going on within your mind. Your camp within the club itself. I mean you hear about reggie cannon and he's talking to see dallas and they're working the plan out you know what i mean like. This is the goal we will win. The right thing comes. were doing it. We both on the same page. Do you feel that with the union. Do you feel that with jim with ernst. Yeah i think we're at a good point. The club right now. We're we're we're flying high. You know and. I think we need to continue to do well mom again. My primary focus is to help the club win all the way through. You know hopefully so them less cup and let the trophy for this. This club And i've came up in. This came up in this club since i was twelve. Ten eleven twelve So since lifted trophy and look the first show for that is something that ultimately wanted to be part of But to as a you know personally modules by the highest levels in international football you know both domestically and this is mario andretti. You know me as a racecar driver. I'm also a meals on wheels volunteer. I raced against the sport's biggest personalities. But i've never met more vibrant amazing people than the seniors served by meals on wheels. You can make a difference by dropping off a hot meal and saying a quick. Hello so america. Let's do lunch volunteer your lunch break at america. Let's do lunch dot org. This message brought to you by meals. On wheels. 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Know on the song Because again going back to twenty nineteen news a gut check. You know calm. And and now. I've met and going forward. I look forward to these next steps. In hopefully in the near future to play at the highest levels in in european football. What is the next step. Because i on this show. I said i didn't think celtic was the right fit for you. And and reason. I say that is because the scottish premier league is not. That is not that difficult right. You have rangers. you have celtic. And that's it that is it When you look across europe you have league one in france fantastic competition you have bundesliga. Fantastic optician you have obviously syria english premier league all these talented leagues. I think you need to go to where you're gonna get competition every single week and where they play. It's not long ball and a typical stout and no disrespect to a club like celtic. Who who are you know someone who has competed in the south bay fans larson's one of my favorites made his name at celtic. But with that being said where do you see yourself fitting it. Yeah i mean ultimately again a ball playing league is a league that you know. I want to be part of you know. I think that's again. That's where you're going to be tested. You know And i can't say what the what the future holds right now But baltimore ducey myself playing against again these these world class you know nine. He's world-class tens. He's world-class Seven elevens who are going to put me under pressure. Defensively and with the ball Having the capabilities. To know that i can play and compete against them. Is something that. I'm looking forward to and is something that is Is pushing me day in and day out so you know i said you better believe the child is gonna come with off the jump. The first week is fantastic. What an incredible you up on on. He said you know exactly a my man in. Mls is doing and all these. European suitors are interested. Go get him. that's what he was saying. He was basically saying go get him. That's not boy. that's my voice. So you know we had a love do you. do you talk to. It's your peers. Is the guys who are youth national team with right now such a swell of players in the same position that you wanna be in in europe champions league planet the highest level. How much do you talk to those guys. How much do you pick the brains. What did they tell you. What are you ask no one would. Is it like you know. I think the general question But it's also laid where you can is was lifestyle like With selecting the club was the club. Dynamic like i was playing against. You know these these players day in day out you know how is the intent was the intention by training session with the demands So these all questions that. I asked And they give you know quality feedback but also meets by the personal experience. I think so the only way for me the understand it fully As to be over there to compete. So whichever club that is you know you know. I think that it's going to be an experience of a lifetime But by aspirations to play is though was you know the play music football i think. That's that's a simple as it is not all champions league champion. Debbie are still fans. Charlie don't do a bad against hopefully by any means but the champions league is the you know the the goal aspiration saw to look the title. There you see like see my boy chris. Bridges out there were buying big so You know that's that's the goal there. That's the You know that's the aspiration so one of your teammates could be playing in that competition. Come january it's still rumors still things floating around but we know brinson appears to be on his way through salzburg. What are you guys talking about. What do you think when you see the opportunity potentially for your boy one is is extreme happiness for you know. 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I tried but it's not good basketball. Now we're going to leave that. We're going to leave that aside. Still you still feel like each scratch. The basketball lesson. I didn't until like i. I was already like now. Football's for me. The laws for me and I probably could've but nah may stops all right. Well that's a man who's the best centreback in. Mls in european. You can be you if you want to go out there on that limb best centreback or it could be who you admire most take it however you want a minute so we got guys Will myself out of it you know. I don't want to come off as is ariana. You know but ve confidence in myself. But i think chad marshall and michael parker is the two people was who i look at Par three guys. I'd say who are class You know paul champions Play ties level But each different action. You said i try and learn from you know. Shy marshall. his intelligences his as well michael parker intelligence In reading games and putting fires out for the happen eichel par is ability wants to dominate strikers. Know and give them a tough day. and then going back. Eddie pope you know. He's another guy. Yeah exactly. It's simple as legend. So so. Yeah i said it was a four guys. I have one more. I always said i went in and i have one more when you think about your dreams when you watch european soccer when you watch the international game. Who's the guy that you will always watch at the centre back position and who you think. Maybe i have a little something like him. A i would say is not in the sense. He's the little undersize Still bald incentive athleticism Kind kinda have as well Or virgil van. Dyke is range of passing. you know. that's that's something that i Like glue bali so okay. Giant giants were knicks. giants will johnson knicks. They be worse. I gosh let's coming at you right in the backyard. I forgive you for that. You know. I'll take the giants right because you know we were able to beat the patriots and tom brady twice a so. How many we sat down the giants weiss. Okay i'm mark mckenzie. We've had a great time best to you best. The union will be watch watchman man. Thanks for joining us. For that announcement announcement. Jackson shield orna. Whatever where he would've take this. I agree to take all of them. So reseda guess. Thanks for have burned. Who charley mark mckenzie. What a man. What a man that was fun. That was that was. Maybe i was like the most fun. I've had an interview in a long time on this show. He's a he's a top man. And when i love about him is he has perspective he has experienced in his use it to his advantage and to me he just. He knows he's only getting better. He looks forward to every match. He's a is a he's a match. Each is the game for the philadelphia union when he's on the failed His his presence is ability to play the ball in the backley. Like you talked about. It allows you to play a certain way and to take advantage of brennan's and in those audits montero on those pockets When senior comes in as a substitute being able to find him when you're centreback can make the game. It allows you to play more aggressive higher up the field in take risks and chances and so This this blair. He's destined for europe. Now we know that outside backs are almost never in the running for defender of the year. Right now my top three finish the year mark. Mckenzie your guy jonathan mensah crew or having a little bit of a tough moment and then walker for me right now. That's your top three. That's the podium so to speak and defender of the years. We'll see how that all shakes out our results. How it all goes for those guys but it's awesome for mark after really really tough twenty nineteen to be in this position not just to be shouted out by his coach and by us. I'm barbara yeltsin is league but also looking to the future of his career both internationally and at club in san boy. The future's really bright. So congratulations to him. We love watching the union speaking of awards though the kinda awards of course will be coming out. Mid november one of the categories we do and we always focus on categories that Let's just say normally leave out people that need to be honored. So that whether that's the oswaldo alonzo demanded a year. The bobby warshaw left-back year. That also could be right back. If we want it to be or like david akam viable player that will never get high but should or the in a blank young player of the year. By the way we don't have a name for that one yet so let us know we need to do as we have before the domestic player of the year. American or canadian mark mckenzie. Definitely in that conversation jordan morris i would think is in that conversation who else to you. Maybe ritual raham might be able to wiggle his way into that. Madonna's orioles maybe even under overlooked in this case. He's moved back for toronto. Fc in iraq for them with michael bradley out for you as you think about a domestic player of the year one group. Should we be naming this award after because we can't do landon donovan. He's already got. Mvp and to who are some names that you would throw into that hat. I think it's eh a no brainer. For jordan morris to to have him be kind of this guy. Who has i think taking step up in. His game is level as approach being able to in different ways combination blame. It does help your when you're playing with raul ruidiaz has and you're playing with nicholas darrow. But i think his his influence has as made seattle a better team and so he's just as big a weapon as both of those guys even though i think there was the. Mvp of that team he is the is the weapon like. He's weaponized by them and he's just he's he's been amazing so far and i think you have to look across the league of teams who who are competing for the support shield and so when you look at the standings the top four Juicy who who's been you know. Someone who is i mean i think richie array could wiggle his way. Yes obscene again. John story could iowa canola maybe could too think he's on the verge. I don't think he's there yet. Okay so he's a young player of canada for you. I mean what about what about chris. Mueller played above it the his level of expectation. I think everyone else's level of expectation. For chris mueller but still not not in that category of really being you know in a position not be the top domestic player. I look algebra okay. His he's a player. That really stands out to me is not getting the credit anymore. He's a he's a. He's an old old timer now. He's not he's not a young buck. He's grizzled rep But his influence. And it's really tally to set the tone and hold everybody accountable for their philadelphia union. So that's another player. Who's going to get a ton of credit this year but deserves it. Go would you name this award after like is this. Maybe like an eddie. Pope domestic player of the year. Is this I'm trying to think is aqap beckerman. Kyle beckerman yeah. I'm trying to think of somebody who was great for a long time. Maybe didn't get the credit. They otherwise less than definitely depot should be the rowe workers. This was a league. Mvp this is a player who individually was was was brilliant at times consistent could score the Unlikely golfer from or incredible goal from all over the field half field Thirty five yards out e- combined he he can make it look pretty at worried. You make it look nasty either way out. This is a player that i don't think got enough credit. Neither do schori. Joseph fair one show. Joseph probably is the the league's best defensive midfielder To to ever step foot on the pitch but because of playing for the grenada national team which is a small island. You're not gonna get the plaudits there and celtic game in to to purchase amid the revolution and sell so. I don't think he ever got the credit he deserved and he was such a beast. I mean someone who really controlled the midfield. You had to play around him. You couldn't go down. You use the with your user ringers. Because he literally grabbed the game. And you wouldn't relinquish it. He was unclear who really controlled dominated. i think he should be deserving of what have we didn't showery joseph Basically the the caribbean player of the year. I'm digging that. We'll see we're going to make these decisions. We're gonna finalize these lists you Suggestion for what. They should be named. We're willing to change. It doesn't have to be. The ozzy alonzo. Defensive metric could be showery joseph. It doesn't have to actually. It does have to be the bobby worship left back to the year for the outside backs. I demand that that's the case but we are willing to change his ruling to add categories on kevin malino hops into the generally knows right there. Hot boy nominating. You know who i'm nominating. And that that brings me to another point on these. We want to know what you think they should be. But the awards themselves to honor people that don't normally get honored by the traditional award process may be a front office award something like that. We also want to note the name them. We wanna have award for the mailbag that are completely silly or serious but would never make the official one will give those priority when we hit the mailbox every single show. We want maximum transparency. So there is going to be a nomination process. We will put out tweets to be considered players. Front office coaches whatever. It ends up being the have to be nominated to look out for those add. Extra time we'll put the nomination and put your people in reply if you don't reply if you don't put your players the people you think deserve it in there they won't be eligible so look out for those will choose. A top four will do votes will have six votes including listeners and the listeners. Vote if there's three tie will be the tiebreaker. So we're gonna do those in mid-november look out for those talk about mid-week action before we get outta here charlie beaver. Mace came on instant. Replay with us this week. Now he didn't know that he did but we did take his quotes after this dallas game which they lost one nothing and answered it in because he basically was doing instant replay after this match about the late. Call foul on gotti. Tina just give people a preview of your thoughts on this not no call 'cause it was a call but a little bit of a controversial. Let's call it from our monorail. Yes there's a. There's a shot that that's really hit with pace at jimmy. Marley keep for dallas. He doesn't catch it. he doesn't punch it. He bats it down right in front of him right in front of him in the six zero six yard box. Skc's got kina comes and cuts in front of the fc dallas defender and gets a shot off. Now it's a loop shot. It's almost like a like a a be tighter shots or just kind of pause it pause. It doesn't catch it. Pause it in it rolls off his fingers and drops keita anticipates. It is running towards the ball and this is on. The six bucks gets gets in front of the ball. Jimmy mauer then grabs keen to lilly. Wraps his left arm around him and pulls down the ball goes into the back of the net and the referee. Very owl calls a foul on team on kenya. Going the opposite way. This is not only a penalty kick but it's also a red card because he's not attempting to play the ball. He is taking gotti keen the down preventing him from scoring the goal. Because that's exactly what's going to happen. He said i'm going to follow me here to ended. It's a red card and a penalty kick by the way. Johnny russell did score a goal in all of this craziness right but because of the foul. It didn't count is crazy. Moments challenge is just not called it. Instead it's a goal is light up perfect but the fact that it was. The whistle is blown for a foul. His i think are motivated. I was thinking. And i wish we had like the pool reporter report off this game. I villarroel thought that the ball was pod and gotti keana ran into the chest of jimmy. Our that's not what happened then is wrapping than the wrap up. That doesn't know it's can understand why peter vermes was blowing a gasket on this and we had a bunch of people text us in tweet atas same one that this was certainly a pizza and was a blown call certainly had some. Fc dallas fans. Saying peter vermes is a winner and he should. He should deal with the fact that his team lost at home. Which i don't know about that. I it was definitely revved up from the last encountered encounter these suiting two teams add in. Fc dallas. they won and peter from us was complaining about the time wasting bias and yes that i agree with alice fans. Don't don't complain about the the you know the time wasting and how the game is played if you had to lead all teams waste time. That's that's how it is facts. That's a fact so move. Get all of it but as a manager for a team. I think you're just trying to take the pressure off. It's it's what some you know. Guardiola josie marino arson van. Had done in the past. You try and take the pressure off the result in put it on the referee or put it on a team. It's you know it's it's what's done this in this case. He's right is right about this travis. Hit us up. He says how come honey mukhtar is better than lionel messi which no false but also encouraging the honey mukhtar for nashville gonna get a three one win hunting. Has you know. I'll put that free kick goal. He scored right up against nikola darrow's free kick from from the weekend which was incredible. And then the i finish that honey mukhtar shows up and gender could become something a dp. That's not fit. This national team might actually have something. In the playoffs. Jenner came out of this game. he made his debut. He's the new ep. They signed from benfica on loan the venezuelan and he said look i'm not fit personally. I'm not in rhythm. it's been seven months for me between playing real games. What the team's doing. I'm here for that. I think i can fit in. But i'm not yet ready to impact the team in that way. But if they have honey mukhtar doing the sort of things that he did against houston which three fair is not a playoff team right now which is like at the bottom of the western conference. If he's doing that and john easily become something more even just a consistent guy who makes the right runs and finishes when the balls at his foot if all has a little bit of something and their defense is the same. I think the nashville has an opportunity to make a run. Because both these goals in this game from honey mukhtar are really really special list quickly about cheech read though and i was talking about the galaxy thereto anymore cheech aretha. Speaking of convenient ballboys excuses past the point of throwing heavier hernandez under the bus was four. Nothing to san jose. Just get worked. Yeah this is. It comes down to coaching meager know coaching. It comes down to coaching a. Let's let's call it. What it is scelo has not done a good job. You have cristian pavon. Who everyone in this league can see is a game changer. One of the best players in this league pound for pound just as a lot of quality whether it's dribbling players won't be one creating his own goal he's got pace acceleration intelligence Tries to do too much because that's all he can do with with. How allegations your setup. So legit jonathan dos. Santos you throw in cheech orito but cheeto. It's not looking like drake because of the style of play you're not getting opportunities for feature retail to thrive one. You have to be getting the advanced positions in the field to provide service service. That will make him look good with his movement. These is one of the best strikers in the world when it comes to movement in the box but emma strikers not getting opportunities or chances to thrive on that movement then he's useless whether completely predictable useless yes he brima bitch but slot on islam on so you can be predictable you up. You can't stop slapped on. Be one you know he might suplex a guy like run through three dudes and throw a bike on top of your head where this is essentially treat though but at the end of the day the tactics rubbish the style of plays rubbish and so no matter how much talent you have if there's no direction if there's no real philosophy to the way you play you end up losing four nil to san jose who is the most up and down team of i think i've ever come across in this league nonsense. It is saying something. So what what i'm getting at is there needs to be some changes. I think within l. galaxy because they are far too talented to be putting up these horrible performances and it's not down to two talent is not down to man. We're not investing in the right. You just got your only gonzales right like you have crisp of own a boca junior star. Jonathan sense is one of the best midfielders in the entire league. Yes oh sebastian. Which by the way. Yes so yes my point is. You haven't addressed the big problem with galaxy which is defending the defending his binch. Shambles has been they've been shambles for far too long in two years. If i'm a galaxy fan what what are you what are you what are you what are you looking at. What are you watching how you not complaining that the style if the approach to the matches it's what we talked about the whole time. It's the coaching. That is what it comes down to the coaching. Putting your team in a position to succeed done man standard if they're nowhere near even my la galaxy shrine cannot cannot help with this. So i think look close on the show a couple of months ago and they had a little bump that was short lived Denison was very honest about out there evaluating every part of the club right now we will see what that means in the long term. Let's say before we get out of here door unless predict six presented by Mgm of course every week packed up with games. You can choose six of them. Choose the result. Choose a little secondary I don't do predict whether it'd be like first goal score or total goals. Whatever it might be different for each game this summer went. Columbus nyc afc sunday six pm eastern on espn plus zone in canada columbus blues. For the first time i believed fc. Cincinnati hell real. That's not good. Nope we were heaping. Praise on them. We were really excited about him. Dave most of all before we get to a prediction we will what is going on with the crew. Right now is it. Just a key is a kiss. Keep it simple stupid. Buca zone in darlington abbey. Who by the way. If you would've stayed healthy would have been in our domestic player of the your conversation and might still be if he comes back in time then rooted as simple as that and throwing a room is one point new tar balls that room. Let's a let's also make make sure that people know you're missing your your starbucks keeper premier keepers in this leak and arguably two of the best midfielders in this league. Downton abbey we. We know what he brings the team and the game changer that he is as far as like keeping possession getting getting the ball. You can play to his feet in you. Know whether he's surrounded by two or three defenders and get out of get out of trouble because he is that release. The as caleb porter said he is the best linking midfielder in the league i think that's period and midfielder in the league. And he's linking to lucas zeller. Who can score from just about anywhere has an eye for a pass. The taylor puerto again said he needs his team. He needs that ten. That can do that. You're not going to be the same team. So i'm not going to give up on the crew in any way and i actually think that's just sets up well for them but if they can get those guys back with three or four games left that has to be fairly quickly now in the regular season and build a rhythm. It's exactly what. Caleb porter told us but we interviewed him in the bubble in orlando which was everything that we are doing is building towards one goal which is to be at our very very best in the playoffs for mls cup. It's not about winning in las. His back it's not about this moment right now that we need the results to get us in a position to make that most cup run so if they can get nagged me back if they can get room back if they can aerobic with time to build rhythm and i think rhythms going to be massive in these playoffs your have ninety minutes agreed. They can be an mls cup contender but as their constructed right. Now i don't think they're. They're on the flipside nyc afc booze gonna score goals whereas their team running As a lot to figure out because taty casinos can be that guy. He can't be that goal score. He had a ton of success last year before running. Dial but alexander an another player. That i rate he is. He's one of those players who i think really gets it. You know whether it's the defensive side of the ball. His work rate is command. Good touches sees the field. Well i think they're playing him too high up the field i think he needs to be back to where at. Ub are had him the engine of of the team they had maximum rallies. That's a big piece. You're missing know one of the best passers in the league. So they're still have a time to get back in into a rhythm inconsistency but you need maxwell's back and taxi casinos needs to be that that goals or you can depend on you. You lost what i think you lost is one player who who can really change the game for you and you know embarrassed one of those players who i think we we saw last year. Who can score. Goals makes good runs in the box. Hasn't hasn't had the best year. And then you lose to an acl tear. Yeah that that and then mid salita for for his talented. He's he was. I never thought that ronnie dilated rated him because he didn't really play him in an up position to succeed then he starts back braces. And then he's gone to the middle east for me ryan. Dialer has to figure the best combination of players and where they position on the field. Alexander rent you lose james sands now to a broken foot ease out so bring out back into his natural position holding midfielder executing barks maximum are also ahead of him and takano taty casinos at at the tip of the sphere. Then you have a body side because you still have a terro. Who's probably gonna win that. That outside back award of the bobby warshaw our award. Because he's been he's been Him have been the to Outstanding outside boxes This season for for the league and then much read on the left. I think all our players can really make an impact on the offensive side of the ball as well as being one defenders probably was doing. I must predict six Gm of the week would win. Columbus nyc at sunday again six pm eastern espn plus end zone was the result. Man what are you taking. Yeah exactly. I think both both both ambers are feeling a little bit like that right now with the injuries in the form out sir. I'm going draw draw. I don't think. I don't think either these teams renoir. How one has the like. Yeah house like the cutting edge. But it's gonna take to get it over to the other side. I'm going to a closer to playoffs so you take one. I can't see him get into each. I'm gonna go one one as well. So we're sitting on the same thing. Drawing columbus nyc the other game chicago skc red bulls orlando which should be actually a really really fun. One toronto atlanta portland l. afc san jose and seattle. Anything you got left in the tank trouble before we get out of here. Any thoughts feelings any messages of empty the tank. All i know is that around. This time is where we start to see teams either. Pick up the slack and get rolling heading into the playoffs like the new england revolution. Who does hours of the twenty four hour relatives are starting to look good. And you've got karl he'll back in the building. It's it's not a coincidence that the team is starting to get going and you added lee win. And now you get carla hill. He'll adam buca if you wash them. Last night looked like the player. They were hoping to get and he struggled all year. So that's all i'm gonna say. Watch out for the revs. upset it. that's it. That's all guys behind the scenes producing wrap this. I can't stand it. And so i guess we have to do that. Make sure you are registered to vote. Everybody know it's shutdown in different states right now but if you're not registered do so civic duty responsibility citizens so get on that anger voting plan in place with that. Thanks to mark mckenzie route of here. We'll see everybody enjoy your weekend. Hey let me ask you something. Would you see your three year. 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Here the program weekend edition to the show. You know that means. I probably takes phone calls here today. Everybody's but it's not gonna be for a while. We of course have news to talk about here today. Aws inex- t ratings. Which i mean. Sometimes there's not much talk about but boy. Is there stuff to talk about this week. Very very interesting numbers. I tweeted out the eighteen to forty nine demo on twitter. I said something it was a shockingly big. I can't remember the term that i used but this go inferno was outraged. The terminology used well. Listen disco the eighteen forty nine number for eight. W was the second highest of all time and the exte- demo number was the second lowest of all time. Same night head to head. Same competition on the other channels. I mean there's stuff to talk about with these ratings here today. We've also got a lineup for smackdown. Tonight trivia guys remember but as about a month ago we had to sink called the draft. We send people to raw smackdown and it's supposed to be like now you're on your brand or whatever well tonight on smackdown. Guess who's back. Drew mcintyre the wwe champion. He's going to be facing off against roman reigns. We got the full line of for that show. And i guess we got the beginning of what w e is doing with all of these social media platforms. The entertainer is offering thirty personalized video messages which he will fulfill at survivor series on cameo one thousand dollars per message thirty thousand dollars you gonna make an afternoon off this cameo chemic- so we're going to find out. If for example a a ruby riott can make thousand dollars per cameo some point. We can talk about that and so much more here to able to text messages and so much more so stick around everybody back. In a moment wrestling observer live right now. The home depot is home of smart home gifts for smart home gift. 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Observer lab mike zimmer also wrestling observer dot com mentioned by the way that this afternoon for all of our twitch homeys out there we're gonna be doing a a. with lance four thirty pacific seven thirty eastern. You get a jump on smackdown man storm and i are going to be up and answering all of your questions. I got this gimmick. I put your question up on the screen so everyone can see your question in your name laying sensors it. Sometimes i do as well for thirty. The civic seven thirty eastern tonight twitch dot tv slash affordable video. Only for our which. Homeys you must be a twitch subscriber. Would you can do with amazon prime and lot of other different ways to twitch dot tv slash affordably video. Get all that information. That's coming up on this afternoon. And then on sunday leaving it or not. It's already survivor. Series and so when survivor series is over is going to be myself and vinnie. And craig and we are going to be recapping. The survivor series live for our twitch homes which dot tv slash affordable you video and that will also be a fundraiser for the great fowler. A lot of medical issues over the last year then one fundraiser time. They do another one. Help this guy out so the got a couple of bucks. Spare change lying around. All of your cheers coming up on sunday are going to go directly to the great fowler. So no tony cheers in today. Forget it save those for sunday. So did it all goes to a great cause the great fowler in fact great 'cause fowler. I like to call him. Spike competition in the form of the nba draft on espn dynamite. Averaged eight hundred and fifty thousand viewers last night on. Tnt its highest number since september inex- slightly from last week but trailed dynamite distantly. I didn't write these words. Averaging six hundred thirty eight thousand viewers ethics best numbers and toluene havoc gab of two hundred twelve thousand viewers biggest between the two shows since july. Twenty two dynamite was seventh on cable seven on cable that week that we add the election fallout when the top fifty world news. They didn't even trend. Now they're number seven. Tell you about the new shows. Eighteen to forty nine point three seven the second highest total in that category for dynamite twenty twenty just trailing the january fifteenth episode of the show annexed. He was not in the top fifty fifty six point one four. The second lowest exte- has ever done on the usa network so on the same night with the same competition awa did its second highest eighteen to forty nine of the year twenty twenty while inex- t did these second lowest eighteen to forty nine in history the entire time they've ever been on the usa network so clearly something that an exte- is doing is not blowing the minds of the eighteen to forty nine audience. I mean. I don't want to blame anybody in particular. I'm sure they're all great guys but they opened up that show with a lien rough angle. Where at that point in the show. He was still being portrayed as a comedy. Geek is the north american champion and they immediately followed that up with a cameron. Grimes dexter loomis blindfold match. I mean hello the second like hour and a half of the show was awesome but man the first half hour that show was death and they paid for it here in the eighteen to forty nine ratings mike. Any thoughts on any of this now really more for less. Xt more for aws point of view. This was the number that i think a lot of people thought they would get coming out of the pay per view. They have not been below seven hundred fifty thousand people in quite some time. And you're good back into the eight hundreds again. It's pinson september that's happened. So let's see if they're able to continue around here and stay in the eight because that's the big thing they've touched nine you know been close to it. september sixteenth. It was eight hundred and eighty six thousand people. And that's their biggest thing is they just have to keep aiming towards a million people and they're going to be the ones that bring up the entire average of the way things are going because we're still around one and a half million wrestling fans around about the tune in every wednesday but if that number's going to drive forward it's obviously going to come from a w because the way the demographics are shelling for annex t you know you just gotta shrug your shoulders. And it's not just annex t as you and dave as discussed on wrestling observer. Radio that over fifty audiences pushing. Wwe in general they are just not reaching the the younger fans and they're just not sparking them in anything right now and it's unfortunately going across all three shows in. That's that's too bad. We also have tonight smackdown for those of you that have been following this draft choice. I mentioned in the opener we draft. Everyone's supposed to be on one show or the other. That's already out the window. Drew mcintyre said to appear on smackdown for the second straight week. Wbz announced he will be on smackdown. Tonight take part in. Yes everybody. I'll give you three guesses what he's gonna do tonight clue one. Bruce prichard clue to smackdown. Figured it out yet yes contract signing a contract signing tonight for the main event of the show i guess they have to sign a contract even though they've already announced the match and promoted for weeks now so they're doing that and then daniel bryan versus j. Usso will be on smackdown tonight so the last time they wrestled jaso beat him. So what are we going to get the the old fifty fifty year tonight hers. Brian going to put the guy over. Again jason lost last week. So i mean if we're fifty fifty that way. Jesus you get a win this week. So i guess we'll find out and also the blow off match which they at least built up for one week. Unlike the match. Last week with seth rollins and roman stereo. Seth rollins will be facing murphy tonight in the final match of their feud so very very packed. Edition of smackdown tonight. Which by the way will not be going head to head with talking-shop amenia so i'm sure they're number will be way up clearly. Last week. the number was down because of the competition. Obviously obviously and this year finally before we go to the feedback in the next segment. Debbie's foray into new third party. Partnerships began on thursday undertaker will be joining cameo a limited run of thirty personalized video messages. Which he will fulfill at the survivor. Series one thousand dollars per message. What i'm not sure they've all sold out or not but but i think they're going fast. What do you mean what. How long are these cameos. I don't know but the keith ellison here's a keyed all this everybody if these aren't sold out already they will be. Why because it's the undertaker in it's a limited run of thirty okay. People have too much money. now it's not just too much money. But i mean for some people. That's like a once in a lifetime opportunity. It sounds like this guy is doing it every day. The story is it's a it's thirty and it's not happening again. And if you've been a fan of undertaker for your entire life thousand bucks that's a lot of money but you may never have this opportunity your life again. Look at what these w. fan spend money on. I mean there's limited edition. Wwe championship belts that. Go for like two thousand dollars. 'cause they got the cubic zirconiums whatever in real leather straps. I mean people by this stuff now. The key is i'm not surprised at all that thirty of these are going to sell immediately. Two thousand dollars but get rid of the undertaker. Let's look at the rest of the roster. I mean rick flair. You probably could get a thousand dollars per thirty of them and probably shawn michaels. I mean you gotta go back into the past. Probably triple h. Maybe but i mean once you get into the current roster like all of these individuals. They're telling you gotta get off your social media. You've got to stop doing this. You've got to stop doing that. Because we do our own thing. I i'm not burying anybody who started a name ruby. Riott think ruby rights can sell a thousand of these are thirty of these at thousand dollars a pop. Actually maybe she will. But i mean that's going to be much harder sell and you know maybe seth rollins. I guess are thirty. People willing to pay a thousand dollars for a short message. From seth rollins. I guess we're gonna find out but that entertainer one dude at here. Are you kidding me. Are you kidding me. Talk about later back in a moment observer live. We are the dead destroyer network. Any you have credit card tends student. Loan debt call now for free information. That helps you destroy your debt. It's great advice plus when you make this free call now. We have debt destroyer experts. 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I don't put anything in it except who has sweat. Nobody asks crime for grinding your hair and by the way the other thing bad on here that was talking about. She talked about it but they were discussing the idea that you know some people they think that Forget it wasting my time go. No no i didn't hear enough of it. So be foolish for me to talk about it but basically the idea that well you know. It's all eight. W versus annex t so if people like something about inex- t it's because they're a w fans it's like dude that fold match. Okay it was. Awful absolutely sucked. All right what are. There's a w. on the other channel or not. That match sucks dude. You could put attitude era nineteen ninety-seven. Wf on the other channel and annexed is still going to suck that blindfold match it. Just sucks dude. I mean there's stuff on. Aws that also sucks if something on aws sucks. It doesn't suck because inex- channel. It sucks because it sucks. This is not about well. I like this. So that must suck. No something's good it's good. It's something sucks it sucks. Why is it so hard. Why does everything have to be. Aws zanex t. i mean. I realize that they did. The shows are going head-to-head so there's an actual comparison here like. Can you believe that. They had a young match on one channel and on the other channels of blindfold match. I mean whose idea was that. That person should probably be at a wrestling but the fact of the matter is they did it and you know regardless of whether they were head to head or not i mean. Aws career on saturday and the young bucks which is good and annex teak and air on monday and the blindfold match sucks. Why do i have to explain this. I feel like. I'm teaching first grade to some of these people not even that i have an easier time teaching things to my four year. Old now legitimately knows more about dinosaurs than i do. Corrected me day pointed this dinosaur and they said hey look it's such and such. She said no. it's not. It's a cora fossil lawfulness. I said what. I opened up a dinosaur booking. She was right so my four year. Old is smarter than half of you. Don't think stop. that shouldn't say half you. it's a very small percentage of you. Who if you're out there knock it off smarten up a little bit as the snuffle up against gone extinct yet. Have they killed yet. We already have paisley commend. She'll tell about it all right so this person says nfc takeover war games happening on december. Six of course a three week notice which deserves a rant of its own. But where are they going to hold this pay per view. Can't be the cwc right. That's right because they got the two rings i dunno might be in the thunderdome. I have not even. I'll try to ask. I'll try and find out where it's gonna take place but if you recall correctly and i guess it was the thunderdome but i remember when helen cell was coming and everybody was like how did get that cell in the thunderdome it just it here they move the barry bit how the hell heart is. I can probably get to rings in the capitals. I guess for yeah for heaven's sakes look what they've built so far. You think they can look what they're going to have to construct. We don't even know if they're gonna do inside the The tampa thunderdome yet. Although odds are all they're going to do is is basically build a studio inside that building essentially what they have now. Why would they do anything else. I don't see the reason. Have any dramatics in that other than when it gets to be wrestlemainia. While they'll be raymond james. I mean for big events. You break out vigor. Lighting a bigger set fantastic. It will probably give them the ability to to do that if they want to. Other than that. Who cares the base of. It's still going to be the same. Yes somebody else known any common sense right here mean if you listen to the brian and vinnie show last night. I mean the second hour and a half of exte- was fantastic. I rave about virtually every match. Arturo who match apparently got hurt which is devastating. I think he tore a bicep in that match with sheet. I don't even know how. I just heard about it today. But that match was awesome. Timothy thatcher was the greatest vinnie watching the timothy thatcher batch like four straight times. Rhea ripley yeoshua was awesome. So for the numskulls out there. How do you explain that. I like the last hour. And a half but i did like the half hour. Where's w plan to this. They're probably thinking deeply. I can't figure out how would you like the second half of the first half. How can i call bias to really think about this. Well you're not going to figure it out because your brains to small reminds me of a dinosaur. Some of these people have a brain the size of a walnut. And they're gonna make themselves extinct if they act up in that twitch forum right tell process if you fun facts about this will hobbs. He'll turn hobbes had been coming in late to the aid of cody and darby every single time. They were attacked by team. Tasr always after team tasr. Finish the job. Hobson's ever connected kept asking for weeks to join but they were always in cahoots. Says i love the little details. They did pro wrestling in that nice. Yeah the wrestling. They did good pro wrestling. That's such a nice thing to say so not ard when you actually think about what you're doing and you have some semblance of a plan that you can always change on the fly but when you tear up things and rewrite them and do things last minute. Don't think ahead do things willy. Nilly you get. What happens oftentimes. On monday and friday nights so this person has something here and exceeded eight horrific point one four in the eighteen forty nine demo this week and by the way. I don't want here argue. That is a horrific number zero point one four and eighteen forty nine second lowest performance ever in that demo who is in the main event in a highly advertised women's title match. He notes. Rhea ripley now. He says let's go back to the december eighteen annex t last year. You remember the main of of that show anybody. The main event was rhea ripley versus shane of ller for the title. So in december of last year rhea ripley challenge for the title on television and annex t did their highest eighteen to forty nine number ever beating. Aew for the only time in the wednesday night worse the only time that they have ever beaten awa head to head and eighteen to forty nine. Rhea ripley was challenging for the annex. T women's title. Now here we are a year later. Rhea ripley is challenging for the annex t women's title and the show does a point one for the second lowest eighteen forty nine ever this person notes proof of how hard they have botched rhea ripley in twenty twenty. She used to be cool to the youngsters and now she cannot draw because of the way they have booked her over the course of the past year. And i mean that's just you can argue. Who what when where. Why and how but the reality is. She challenged for the title year ago and for the only time ever. They beat awa eighteen. Forty nine one year later after the charlotte deal. Charlotte beat sir. She never gets her win back. She loses year narrow. This feud with whoever raquel. And here you are. She challenges for the title again. Second-lowest eighteen to forty nine ever sad. It really is in it. Started with charlotte and wrestlemainia and how she was portrayed how she came out of that match was at least really good. And it's just too bad. And we're going to see possibly macy or up on the main roster soon i worry about that. I worry about what brand she would go to if it smackdown. I worry not for her there. But more for bianco blair who they have not even jump started yet rose. It's goodell air. This brought up every time on the chat. She's not the blair witch project brian. I'm number one. Last is actually blair to. I've lived around baltimore my whole life and there's no way road and there's bel air road and the irony of it is as you say bel air road blair and vice versa. But that's another story in a very regional story for a different day. But is her real last name. We're talking about a gimmick name. You're a gimmick that. I could be a gimmick but in this case. I'm absolutely right as bel air. It's like when we had cut on the show city pronounce it kazuo chica in. How did you pronounce chica now. It's people like it's cub ryan. How insulting and then we interview the actual guy and he calls himself kazuo chica everybody then anyway if okada was a dinosaur we're kind of dinosaur. Would he be think he'd be a velociraptor. Eight still be alive. I say that much he would because he's got the big brain he's got a big brain and he's it'd be the greatest of all time. Whoever that was tyrannosaurus something next year. I'll ask paisley anyway. What were you saying. I'm looking for these quarters right here. Dave adam in the observer not so see exactly where the crap the better would yeah. We'll see if they fell off all right. So i got the quarters here. From from dave Rhea ripley yoshua. Ri- versus the cody. Rhodes darby elvis brian. cage cajun ricky starks. So the eight w main event. Four hundred twenty eight thousand and eighteen to forty nine annex t rhea ripley one hundred and eighty two thousand they more than doubled them in eighteen to forty nine. 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The women thirty thirty five to forty nine seven two one seven to one nba draft awb. Everything wait a second. No the third women thirty five to forty nine not eighteen to thirty four. What are you talking about here. Is that with the number. What was the number thirty four. They beat them seven to one. Well what about the older women ryan do they not. What was that number again. I don't have that number but hold on. I'm going through all of these. Nba draft wbz everything on television except the nba draft in men. Eighteen to forty nine. It'd be everything but the nba draft in sportscenter overall in eighteen. Thirty four and the flight young bucks match. Five hundred and twenty six thousand viewers in point four one in eighteen to forty nine the best for anything on dynamite or inex- since march fourth where they had fans and jericho and sammy versus moxley and darby the other big note here since people were mentioning. Well you know it exceeds there because you know. Usa doesn't want aid. W beating ron demos well raw. Which by the way had randy. Orton vs drew mcintyre for the w. e. title pretty much the biggest match. They can put out there on right now. Eight w beat raw in males. Eighteen to thirty four and females eighteen thirty four. They beat raw in both of those demos. And that's a raw with randy. Orton vs drew. Mcintyre smackdown on fox did win eighteen to thirty four in men and women but it was close. So there you go. I look at the feedback here. If you've got questions or comments you can text me for two five seven eight zero seven five six six that has four to five seven eight zero seven five six six as mentioned later on tonight four thirty pacific seven thirty eastern twitch dot tv slash for w. video myself and land special. Qna live sign up to the twitch. Feed here use your amazon prime account or or money every want to do. It doesn't matter to me if you're rich homie. He signed up there and he asked a question lance in the chat. I read it here on the air. He answered the question that we do more due for a full forty five minutes. maybe longer. We'll see we'll see we'll behaved. Everybody is i see him on twitter right now so i think you should flood him with questions about my hair since he wants to call my hair out here and he didn't know i actually had here. Of course a pair. Lions called out your hair. Yes why he he did take away from from server live today is that i actually have hair. He has seen me before. People have seen me. Why is this such a shock today. Ahead of hogan scarlet these twitch homeys flabbergasted yet hair are the same ones that are using the mike separate emote which has hair. That's of their students. Point range the size of a walnut. Start thinking again all right to these questions. Eight w hinted at plans to develop six-man trios titles of the jericho cruise last year. Well i guess it was this year almost a year later. They seem like they are setting the stage. Here are the teams available for six man. Titles death triangle kingston butcher and blade. Esi you best friends and orange cassidy young bucks. Kenny or hangman. Whichever one you want us team tasr jurassic express hardy party which is private party. And matt hardy inner circle you can split them up into multiple teams because you got jericho. Mgm hager sammy. Wardlow proud and powerful dark order. They got plenty of people for a six person nightmare family until he's crew shawn spears and fdr so listen. Don't do some story about how reporting that. Aws about to do six titles okay but we interviewed tony kahn. A couple of weeks ago and it's very clearly in the interview. I mean they do long term. Planning i mean they got storylines right now. They're going to run through february and beyond so last week. I mean it's not some random things they mentioned on the cruise that they wanted to do six-man trios titles and do the tournament for them on the cruise this year. The crews this year was scheduled for february. I believe maybe early march. I can't remember might have been early february regardless. It's it's like a month or two away that's when the cruise was going to be well. Because of corona virus the cruise has been pushed back to next fall. Okay so if they had plans last february. Two run a trios tournament in february of this year. And tony kahn's started writing all of his stories and putting people together. I mean it makes sense to me that we should be doing a trios title tournament somewhere around january or february this year. I guess since promising on the boat and maybe they could push it back to the fall. But i think that there's a million matches you can do on the jericho. Crews in the fall you do not have to do the trios titles get those trios. Titles created in january or february. Doodoo a big trios title match on the cruise when it comes around in the fall or do a world title match. Whatever you wanna do bullets these things go. We got a lot of teams here. Absolutely i'd love to see a trios tournament. And i'm not you know i've never traditionally been that big of a fan of trios rustling but i'm a big fan of tag team wrestling and if you have enough people there absolutely on a regular basis you know you can only have so many teams in a tag team title. Mix you know really. You're only supposed to have two teams in a tag team title. Mix same thing with any titles so if you have all these teams and you have all of this time. They're going to be adding a show at some point. Obviously plus they have dark. I mean there's a lot of things you could do those titles so if they're going to take it seriously and take their title seriously which they have so far absolutely all for it and if you want to because somebody had mentioned in the chat you know. There's no trio's anymore because kara man doing one in february where it kind of matches up with fantastic mania and not like it has to but like you know fans of of one would probably fans of the other gives a good vibe. If so as a wrestling fan. I think that would be a great time to have a tournament like that and then keep those title strong all year with different teams. I think that's a great idea. You're gonna be serious about it and again with how they treat their titles. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt person. You're says awa dynamite against direct wrestling competition this week annihilated raw eighteen thirty four men and women all three hours without having to hotshot or announced any big match on the show monday the strongest night of the week for wrestling too much bigger stars and randy orton and drew mcintyre w championship match with a title. Change it's insane. It's only insane. If you've been tracking these demos of late this was this was destined to happen at some point and we'll see what happens when fans come back because when fans come back obviously it's going to boost a w but it should also boost raw in theory so we'll see if one gets a bigger boost in the other. Should we expect annexed east arcade on december second. Well here's the thing. When w announced that the jon moxley versus kenny omega title match was gonna take place on tv on december second. I mean immediately. All i think is gonna do this. Giant counter programming show. While the problem is a few days later they've got a takeover the war game show so they got to build up that takeover. So if you do like a deal where you've got these takeover matches but then you build this giant card for wednesday. I mean you're taking away stuff that should have been on the takeover show. So i expect they'll do something big head-to-head but by having there were game. Show thursday friday saturday four days later. I mean what. Can you really put on wednesday. If you don't wanna take steam off that takeover. I mean i kind of thought they would be war games on that wednesday but they're doing a takeover so it's gonna be interesting to see what they do how. 'bout not gimmick it up and just do a really serious awesome. Show that you really put in work to and really think about leading into the pay per view but that's it that's where the pay per view the with a special event. That's all you have to do. The more they they try to come up with different sight. Gag gimmicks and everything. It's not halloween havoc. That stuff only works one time because great. It's a special thing fine. You can't gimmick it up every week just do you have to do to drive home. The point that mcafee group is dangerous. And all the other things that you wanna hit leading into that pay per view or into that takeover and. That's that so this person here. Try and find this. So i make sure that i get it. Okay so overall rating this person says for annex t stunk but if you look at the quarters and the rises and falls. Eu on ria stole a decent amount of yours from cody main event. They're the only thing on annex t that even remotely draws so main event The tag match for a seven hundred twenty two thousand viewers four twenty eight and eighteen to forty nine she. Oh and rhea ripley. Six seventy five and one eighty to eighteen forty nine. This was the closest next came in total viewers and exceed gained eighty thousand viewers and thirty two thousand eighteen to forty nine for the main event. Awa lost hundred thousand so that eight thousand people switched back and forth. So yeah i mean listen. I was in blaming rhea ripley. Obviously everyone is well aware of that. I'm putting up the booking of rhea ripley and yes you could say that that matched better than anything else on the next t show. But that's beside the point that a year ago. When rhea ripley challenge for the title they did their highest ever eighteen to forty nine and a year later even though it did it. Take a chunk out of the a w main event. It's the second lowest eighteen to forty nine of all time so what that tells you is. Whatever they have done with. Rhea ripley over the last year. They drove off a ton of those fans. That were there for rhea ripley. You can't even argue this. And i've been ranting about it since wrestlemainia. What was she doing losing to charlotte. Why does charlotte go to annex with the title and not even dropped the title. Anybody somebody else somebody else for the title charlotte vanishes they conference call. Triple h where this is going. Oh you'll see words going abroad. I'm still waiting. It's november have no idea where it was going except we got charlotte over and we hurt. Rhea ripley and she's never recovered. So yeah they took a little bit away from awa but they got slaughtered the show got slaughtered and it should have done significantly better for rhea ripley versa. Right for the title. Who by the way. A lot of people thought that we ripley was winning. This wasn't even a match. We're going in everybody figure clearly. Somebody's going to interfere or bub-bubba. I mean if you look at what everybody thought going in. Everybody thought this was the day that real was going to win. And we have this match takes. Eighty thousand viewers away and they still get killed in eighteen to forty nine. Four twenty eight to one. Eighty two head screwed up re ripley. It pains me as a fan of rhea ripley lee. She achieved a level. You know look at trevor league or look at cameron. Grimes look it really some ways. What they're doing with that. You're as great as he is. Man it's hard to have confidence. Unfortunately it's it's a lot of those guys and leon rough in a better position wants this thing's all said and done we'll see but it's a it's a rough road to hoe right now for annex t and they got to the perspective gotta concentrate and they gotta start building up. What matters you gotta start building up some equity in these people making them strong again because the main roster isn't doing it and with them following along. It's not doesn't help anybody by the way. The old school argument that hey she was in. The ring was charlotte. She got a rub a lot of good. That did i notes here first week. Ever ever at an exterior did not have a single quarter over two hundred thousand eighteen to forty nine back in a moment. Overlying hello and welcome back to the ronnie do each tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Irony love your show. listen. I've got a big problem. 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But we can't let up and these numbers are indicating a concerning direction. I have one simple thing to say to everyone. In areas with rising positively mask up. It will make a tremendous difference of keeping infections. Down governor jay pritzker giving the advice that he has for months about the slowing the spread of corona virus. But eleanor faces a critical point. As cases and the positivity rate around the rise will discuss that and more coming up on state week in springfield. I'm shawn crawford also joining us. Shirley wheeler emeritus professor and former state house journalists and shirley's also longtime state house in the government observer also with us hannah meisel who's covering state government and politics for npr illinois and our guest. This week is mark maxwell. He's the capital bureau chief for w. cia. tv mark. Glad to have you with us once again. It's going to be here. Thanks charlie. I'm going to go to you first though we've been talking about covid nineteen since the pandemic began this week. We've seen the highest one day. Total of cases. As i mentioned the positivity rate is rising but there have been warnings for a long time that this would happen in the fall. That prophecy seems to be coming true. Yes unfortunately the state Actually on thursday reported a record of four thousand fifteen new cases which is the largest single day record Ever and they also reported fifty three more people have died from the disease which is highest total in two months going back to a july infection rate is now up to four point nine percent so all the indications are going in the wrong direction and the public health officials say it's because a large segment of the population doesn't pay attention to the guidelines doesn't observe. The wearing masks doesn't keep social. Distancing doesn't wash their hands gathers in large groups and a lot of it seems to be spreading from families where one person be out and do something contract the virus come back then give it to everybody else in the family unit. So it's it's really a a. I guess a very scary situation because all the indicators are going in the wrong direction and we're heading into fall and then winter would obviously. It's going to be a lot more harder to be dining outdoors and there's going to be the inclination people wanting to be inside and you know it's kinda scary and mark the big question i think on people's minds might be whether or not we're headed to another stay at home order like we saw earlier in the year. Is it too soon to be thinking about that. It never too soon. And those of us who look at these numbers daily and look at the trend lines not only of the infection rate for the percentage of people who test positive but also the number of people presenting to the hospital. Which is one of the more alarming figures that you can watch it is. That's growing one one way that This stood out to me. This week was in a series of emails back and forth with A high level staffer at the department of public health and they they weren't they got tied up in some meetings. I think they reached out to me at ten thirty. Maybe even close to eleven o'clock one night and said hey sorry couldn't quite get back to you. Start for delayed. Our they were working all day and for many of us. There has been a break from after june july august. It seemed like rona virus. Yes while it was still hear those big numbers. We saw back in april and may had largely subsided and stayed steady but now those are turning back up again and there are a number of people who are looking at the colder weather looking at staying indoors more often and i think rightly wondering. How do we handle that. And how do we brace for the potential of a second surge should it. You know god forbid get that high again. Hannah you've been following this as well since the pandemic began posting numbers online every day providing that service for people. So you're definitely qualified to give your view on what we've seen here in just this past week. Yeah i mean the numbers have been kind of staggering. I think everyone lee. There's cogan fatigue. I mean we've been doing this. Since mid march. We are now over seven months in and we had that break in the summer things went back to semi normal. You know we could see your friends. Outside died in the state regulations. Also you know technically you could have a gathering of up to fifty people in that would be a okay but You know as false sets in and we're also facing flu season Kids have gone back to school in person in many areas of the state and even the schools that have started out online. They're looking to go back to a hybrid model of starting in the next few weeks. It's very uncertain time in these new numbers. They're not good it. If if the governor if the department of public health had to come back out and say you know what he's numbers aren't as good instead of focusing on the regions. We've seen resurgences in. We can't do that. We have to take a whole state approach. People are going to be very very upset. Just because of the fatigue just because businesses were starting to see a little sliver of light in their summer in early fall profits getting you know obviously nowhere near back to normal but You know they could maybe flottant solves but it's it's going be very devastating both emotionally and for the economy if we have to go back into another locked down but the way. The numbers are heading. I wouldn't be surprised if in the next few weeks We get some very upsetting news about that the mark weekend and for a while. The notion was oh. It's a big city problems. The city of chicago and the most recent deaths report put out by the department of public health. Totally disavows that notion there were fifty. Three additional confirmed deaths. And this is as of. I guess it would have been thursday and if you break them down by region. Eleven in cook county ten in the collar counties the fourteen in southern illinois and so let suggests that it's not just an urban problem and it's becoming clear that the downstate areas aren't maybe taking this as seriously as they are in chicago and of course we have to remember the. The cases is sort of a predictor. Of what the deaths will be in a couple of weeks. So the cases are coming up or a rising than the likelihood of increase mortality. Being reported a couple of weeks also rises mark. What shirley mentioned there about certain areas not taking it as seriously as others You cover mostly central illinois but some of southern illinois as well and have you. Have you seen that to be the case there. Is there a difference of opinion on whether or not you know. Everybody feels the same way of whether this this virus is as real as it seems to be. Certainly early on there was a a pushback from some of the some of it was political right but there there were there were also people who live farther apart in more sparsely populated regions. That just didn't see. Maybe they saw it on the news or on social media they saw stories about the coronavirus happening. And we're talking about back in march and april and maybe may but they just didn't see it in their in their neighborhood as often and and it really truly wasn't there at the time so there was a time not long ago when most of the coronavirus infections were in the larger population centers in the area. But it's certainly true now that the virus has spread far enough and wide enough that You can be in the least populated or most populated county of the state interacting with someone and be at risk. Which is why you see. People like you know chris christie At the white house. Who said look. I should've worn a mask when i was indoors. And he made an interesting comment. He said Just this week. It doesn't really cost you a lot. There's not really a downside to wearing a mask and there's a big upside might actually help you. So we're seeing sort of the public thinking even in the political sphere where everything seems divisive. This day these days the public thinking. I'm just wearing a mask and keeping your distance and all those things is coming around. It's only taking about seven or eight months. What we're getting there. Well i know hannah that the governor and department of public health in the illinois high school association all have a big decision on their hands. Coming up here and that is winter. Sports like basketball. Those things are getting ready to took to launch your soon. If if they're allowed to do so and there's been even some talk about having say basketball played with the players having to wear masks but the these types of issues You know are getting real now for the for the status for us. Having to decide these types of factors have. We heard anything more when it comes to sports. And we're we're high school. Sports is headed at this point. The government made some comments. When asked this week about Specically basketball in winter sports but obviously would not commit to anything but he. He made a comment. Like you know we would like to see more rather than last. We would like to see her high school. Sports is a really emotional thing for parents for the kids playing sometimes there is actual futures at stake. If you are gunning for some sort of scholarship you know especially if you're a senior. I mean i remember. My high school activities might very nerdy. I very competitive marching band. But it was my whole life. And i would have been devastated. There was one event that was canceled because of like a massive flood and we were all just so sad because that this is obviously a thousand times worse but you know other you know earlier. We remember back a month six weeks ago. folks Sued the state should be in the high school association over not being allowed to play football in the spring. Sports are sorry. The fall sports which i should say I feel like what gets lost in that conversation. Was that ihs a put out guidelines that actually football would be played in the spring this year. If if we're able to But those lawsuits from the most part failed or stalled in. So i would imagine anyone who tries take the same legal tact or winter sports if there is a sudden turn and those things can't be played probably face the same fate so you know if people wanna play then You're gonna have to wear masks or follow your. Maybe parents can't be in the stands. Or if they are they're going to have to take extreme precautions. But you know. I think the governor seeing i mean. He faced a lot of rage and push back from certain very vocal groups and i don't think he wants another fight like ends especially as the numbers. Get worse you'll surely. I mean whether it's sports or whether it's kids back in school or just a variety of other issues coming up here. These are going to be some tough decisions for the governor in department of public health to make because there are going to be people upset no matter which way you come down on them and it's it's kind of a as you say it's difficult decisions and it's almost a no win situation because whatever you decide people are going to be unhappy and had made a very good point for some high school athletes there maybe best and only hope of actually being able to get a college education afford. It is for them to get a scholarship and a lot of in normal times will be based on. How does the kid look on the football field. This fall as a house. He do on the basketball court. How does she do playing volleyball. And with those winter sports postponed until spring football and volleyball. The recruiting season is going to be pretty much over by the time. Those kids actually get out to play and same thing. If basketball gets delayed but on the other hand you look at. What do we need to do to be able to witness battle. And i look at it as literally. I look at it as a war. We're at war with this virus. It's not some other countries sending its troops. It's tanks its planes to fight with us but it is just as deadly in. The national toll has already exceeded the number of citizens. Are you a soldiers lost in a number of wars and so we have to look at it that way and if it has to disrupt our life sure now you guys are old enough to the been around at the time of world. War two. I was for better for worse in. I can recall some of the things that sacrifices my family had to make. When i was just a little kid and my grandparents and my great aunts uncles a would take the ration coupons. They got to buy shoes and it all give them to my parents so that there little baby boy would be able to have shoes to fit his growing feet now. let's just one tiny example of what the mindset was. You know seventy years ago and i. I think we've got to look at it that way. And it's all i'm really inconvenienced because darn i wanna go to the store today and shop and if i do i have to wear a mask. What a pain. We have to be willing to make those sacrifices and it is. it is hard on high school athletes. But again if you look at somebody like ted williams who's maybe one of the best baseball players ever p lost significant portions of his career because he was in the service during the wars. So that's Septuagenarians take on things happening to stay. Week i'm shawn crawford or panel includes charlie. We learn hannah meisel and our guests. This week is mark maxwell he's wchs. V well the state budgets has cratered because of the pandemic this year but one area of the economy seems to be holding up. Pretty well and that's legalized marijuana. This past week we learned that The state has showing now over one. Hundred million dollars in tax revenue has been collected in the first eight months since recreational marijuana legal in the state mark Getting away from those numbers specifically this was something. A lot of people felt needed to happen for a lot of different reasons but there was certainly a budget impact That they were hoping for and they've certainly got it so far certainly seems so there was some question because when so many other businesses especially retail businesses were troubled down and and had to close in and we saw places lose eighty percent of their revenue. Well when you're stuck at home with a few other places to go what are you gonna do. It turns out the people of illinois purchased almost one point four million cannabis item strong retail shops around the state and these new marijuana Shops that have set up and and the people that buy these products will tell you. The tax is a lot i it's pretty high in illinois And that has been funneling into the state's revenue coffers even while those other Typical tax streams revenue streams have dried up so It certainly has been something i. It's hard to religious cypher. How much of that is because of the exciting new product. How much is because people are truly stuck at home And you know looking for extra recreation But it certainly seems that the industry itself is off to a strong start and the state coffers are capturing what they can and and this is. It's still early right because the the governor's office has said that they still intend to hand out Many more licenses for many new shops so we haven't even seen The real reopening of this industry The second wave if you will of Of marijuana business that could still come and blankets roots in illinois hannah. Just how far along are we with the with this industry as mark mentioned there's a lot more dispensary licenses that are going to be handed out. Roger we halfway there are we. Where are we at this point. We really are at the beginning in order to stand up. The industry beginning january first of this year The company's the dispensaries who had already been selling medical marijuana in the last five years. They got At those recreational licenses and then we had this year Intended on giving out. Not giving out awarding seventy-five ince's for dispensaries and then awarding more licenses for things like rowing infusion and transport those were intended for those social equity applicants those who come from background of being disproportionately affected for. Excuse me in the war on drugs but of course you know we've run into a lot of snags there and there is now lawsuits both from those who lost out on this a lottery. That's gonna take place. I mean any week now. I think To ultimately award though seventy five and the folks who actually initially one entry into that lottery saying that. The governor's fix that. He announced what like three weeks ago. That more people would be allowed to go into their application and say actually. I think i should have been awarded more You know we've seen this outside firm. Kpmg who graded applications. Kind of graded them Unevenly and we're also seeing more and more a drip drip about the actual winners and you know it. It creates a cloud of confusion and folks who have spent a lot of money. Those applications weren't cheap. And i know some people got their application fees covered by a lot. Put up a lot of personal capital in order to see that dream filled by the folks who crafted this law. They said we had no idea how many people would want to enter. Which i mean. Hindsight is twenty twenty. But i i the farther we get along the more. I'm like that just it doesn't make sense. Of course so many people would want to apply in so many people would want to profit off of this industry. That clearly has a lot of room to grow but anyway terrain through your original question. The state law for recreational cannabis allows five hundred dispensaries eventually so we are several several years out from that sean and just real quick. The big big controversy about that right now is is just what hannah alluded to the whole promise of this recreational marijuana programming illinois was that it would make new inroads for people in poverty or people affected by the war on drugs and say. Hey we'll help you start a business will help you grow. Jobs will help you get a job if you had been convicted for selling small amounts of marijuana in the past. We're not going to legalize it. But we're gonna get you a foothold in the industry. That was the province and a lot of politicians who voted for that. I think we're picturing this small mom and pop shop opening up a corner where a drugstore used to be where you know. Some clothes business was and it. Was this small business. Sort of growing out of nowhere. Well those people. I cannot alluded to scrounge together. Whatever resources they had to afford one application they went all in and what they didn't know was that a lot of wealthier interests that have a lot of extra money sitting around. Stack the deck with a bunch of other applications. They basically went and bought as many applications. They could and that's why there were so many wealthier interests that one those early round of application. So you're seeing a lot of people who feel like didn't quite shake out especially in the black community There are people who are quite upset right now with the pritzker administration. They feel like they got the short end of the stick after there were some pretty big promises made. So i think the prescrip- ministry press pause on this. They said let's go back and look at it before we award this next round. We wanna make sure we're doing this right But there there has been a lot of frustration at the early part. And there's been a few instances of these advisers and consultants who come in and charge pretty top dollar rates to these people who have big hopes and dreams and they say hey. We know how the system works. We'll help you felt your application. Just right will help you get one of these licenses. And it hasn't always worked out that way that shocking. Somebody's been able to game the system here in illinois but Just a couple of minutes left here. Mark i'm going to go back to you. Because one of the braces that is being watched very closely in illinois is the thirteenth congressional district race. We have the republican incumbents. Rodney davis matching up again for the second time against the democrat. Betsy dirksen laundry. Dan give us sort of the overview of where this race stands with. Just a few weeks left. Their second face off in the candidates are getting know each other better in two thousand eighteen. It was decided by just about two thousand votes. What we're seeing now is that they're so familiar with each other and the attacks are sharpening The hostilities are becoming even more bitter between the two candidates. You're seeing ugly race. There's a lot of attack ad. There are some that are positive talking about the future of healthcare and making sure we protect preexisting conditions but those are really only defending against the attacks at least for congressman davis on the you know the democratic side candidate betsy dirksen laundry. They're saying that he's voted to dismantle the affordable care act. He did that. That's true he now. has taken a step back and say well whatever i vote for in the future. We'll make sure we don't take away pre existing condition coverage he's asking voters to trust him there because in the past he has voted to take away the affordable care act which Nonpartisan congressional budget office said well it would have had that effect it would have priced people out of the healthcare. They now have. They wouldn't be able to afford it. So i it's it's a sharp race There are a few other races for congress that might not be as close. Maybe they will I i'd say the former candidate for governor gina is the who ran a primary campaign twenty eighteen. She's running against congressman. Sean casten in the sixth district and a state. Senator jim over weiss wearing against an incumbent worke democrat congresswoman loren underwood in the fourteenth those racists could potentially be close And a few others around the state that are also getting interest but yet it's about two weeks ago here two weeks plus it's gonna be interesting the stretch all right. Let's go to our notes from the field in hannah. let's start with you. Yeah we've seen obviously because of the pandemic and emphasis on mailing voting and early voting while the messaging is working. We are breaking all kinds of records here in illinois. As of this morning we take on friday mornings. We have seen over nine hundred thousand people. Vote early whether that's by mail Going in person to a polling place. The bulk of it is a vote by mail. But i think voting early in person is starting to catch up especially as we get closer to election day more and more early. Voting locations are opening and Just last friday. We had seen half a million and now almost to a million. I would bet next friday. We're gonna maybe get closer to two million. I mean in by election day who knows but Definitely that messaging has been working early. Well and i was one of the people who voted early. I went to the dropbox done by the county building here in springfield and dropped my Ballot form in. and so. i'm i'm in nine hundred thousand. I guess but when we were talking about earlier were talking about the out. Marijuana is providing an additional revenue boost to the state well governor. Jv person in in his in his wife. Mary gate released their empty release their Federal and state tax returns for keller nineteen this week and they showed that head the fair tax amendment been adopted in had those rates been in place calendar nineteen. They would've paid three point. Seven million dollars more in state income taxes. Then the amount that they did pay. And so that's i guess And other argument. Why the so-called fair tax amendment should be approved by voters. All right then mark notes from the field come from an actual field underground natural gas storage field this week. We are are images and videos from this Farmland livingston county shows bubbles of methane natural gas coming up in form and creeks in fields. Killing crops Polluting the water streams there and bubbling into the skies about twenty two hundred feet below the earth surface. There is where all that data supposed to stay. It's that it was drilled. Air buried there in the early sixties and documents. We've obtained from the department natural resources and other state places tell us that Hundreds of up to three million cubic feet of methane each and every day is escaping that storage gil underground perhaps much of it reaching the earth's surface and into the skies and we saw the are asking attorney general to enforce that matter back in twenty seventeen three years later. Still no real enforcement to speak of the problems. Still exist and there are already Some some some lawmakers and other other folks who are really wanting to know why the office and other state agencies haven't done more to rain this than so we're going to keep looking into that really try to learn how it all happened and what can be done to stop it all right. That's all the time we have for stayed week. Thanks to our panel shirley wheeler meisel and w cia. Tv's mark maxwell remember you can find our podcast through the npr one app and at npr illinois dot org and also our production assistance provided by bob. 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That are no strangers to social media nor are we strangers to the tools that measure engagement for the content that we produce as a result. I've used many tools over the years such as buffer. And and travis. I know you've used sprinkler before and we've been asking ourselves and our producer. Aaron is there a tool that would do something similar to this. But blockchain affi- all of that data all the analytics. She found one and she found the person who is responsible for co founding stream bed media. She's also the ceo. Her name is jenna pilgrim. She actually worked with don tapscott as the what. What was your title there. Islas at at publicist for blockchain revolution. And then i worked as his chief of staff in the founding of the Of staff at sounds so important. Welcomed the bed crypto. Thank you saw for having me guys. I'm excited excited. But if you wanna have regrets just go ahead and get them out of the way now. We find that nine. Why don't you go and fill in the gaps. A little bit on your background for us. Sorry so i got into crypto in twenty fifteen For really dumb reason. I want to buy and expire expensive pair of shoes from paris and i didn't wanna pay wire transfer fees to send my friend money to buy the shoes so i met a sketchy guy cafe in toronto and the handed twelve hundred dollars and he sent me twenty eight five and about a pair of shoes and then i still have. I still wear them to although these conferences now. But then i was business school and i heard the chancellor university give a speech in the chancellor happened to be context of this small liberal arts university in canada called trent university and i'd never heard of leg business leader. Give a speech about Even involving anything to do with bitcoin blockchain or anything to do with that In at all. Since i bought it i was like bitcoin is so i stopped him and eventually he gave me a job So i didn't attend my last semester of business. School much to my parents grin and i started working for him because he was working on the final research and writing of blockchain revolution. Then we did a Eleven city book tour bestseller in eighteen languages. That was my first career thing. So i'm actually like what you'd call it a blockchain career native or have never had a career outside of the whole chain crypto world. Because they started it i bought. You know buckle shoes. When i was twenty and bro so that was so is it. I gotta i gotta quantify this. You bought a pair of shoes now. We're this used one hundred dollars. They were so basically. You're telling me those shoes or two hundred ninety four thousand dollar pair of shoes. Yeah yeah wow and then the best. Part of that story is my friend in paris. Who bought the shoes for me. She She he in twenty eighteen called me up and was like. Hey so like fake money. Big gamer money. That sent me back then. Like hell i sell this shit. And so she sold out for like around that amount of money at the time when bitcoin was tight and twenty eighteen. Just want to know if you know any more did you have. I want your you know. Did you order any pizza. Pay with bitcoin. While you were not this time. I just left. I left it at shoes time yet. Shoes on your wall or some of these. You heard now's repairs us. Why not token is those shoes right. That's important history. Put the earned art and as he them like. Put a little barcode on the bottom of they're like yeah. It's yeah they're years or something. Now they're lou batons lubaton alert thousand dollar pair lubaton all just for our listeners under showing the guys here yeah. It's they're all kicked around all esta. The house pairs. You'll be in shape. They've been retaken resolved and all the rest of it. I wear them at conferences as ironic conversation starter. Also gotta get three hundred thousand. Wears out of them. Gods something. I'm telling you would give those to an artist and i would have them paints like a bitcoin on them. Make them a true conversation piece. Wise bitcoin on your on your shoes right. I defend who put like big the stickers on that bottoms up because everyone looks at the red bottom right so they put like little bitcoin stickers on them so we'll see why do that but yet then i started working for top scott's gonna sign alex and then they helped they founded the blockchain research institute which then raised five million dollars from companies all over the world and to do private research to do like proprietary research. And so i was. The director was not meant for that and then found myself at twenty three. Didn't know anything about anything but we were talking to the see fortune. Fifty companies about blockchain would mean for them and then. I need to build something so i went over to block inc. I worked for jeff. Guards again met rosiak a-block as their director of partnerships. Not taught me a lot about software development and bigger teams and working in stark land and that had to build something myself so then michael founded stream bed kind of among And then i went full time on the project company to company now. I went fulltime only company in december last. So how far along are you with the project. Because i mean it sounds pretty lofty. You're talking about the potential to unseat large companies like sprinkler and Hoot suite and some of these other ones like these are. These are multi billion dollar companies at this point right and they've gotten some of them have gotten acquired by big there was there was a time in in mid early two thousand. Ten's like two thousand and twelve thousand thirteen or like buddy media all these other ones. They all got wired for just ridiculous amounts of money and we were having conversations around this like. Wow it sure would be nice to be able to post to karma and voice and uptrend some of these other ones all at the same time without having to go in ribas some of these other ones in post all time so you know maybe how far along are you. And how soon do you think it might be. Until that dream manifests yes. Oh bootstrap their teams through through the pandemic. We were in the creative destruction lab at the university of toronto. So it's like they're it's for a deep tech and data companies in a destruction lobby accelerator sick sick. Most ruthless it like it Incubator accelerator program. That i've ever seen. It was ten months of intense like there. Were forty six blockchain companies. Who got into it in the first place and only nine of them graduated and we graduated like every survivor. You stand up in front of forty people that you know. They're all like top blockchain mentors people from all the vc firms blockchain. There's like experts and social media. There's former former facebook former. Whatever it's like standing up in front of fifty wiessee fellows at the same time and then they basically debate as to whether you should stay on clay beginning of survivor. And then they decide whether he stay on the island exactly should have a reality series of that thing. Nation is so sweet a lot of work a lot of work and they ask really tough questions and half the like eleven minutes in front of people so it's crazy to graduate from and then in really start proof of concept in february and then through the pandemic we scaled our team still bootstrap from From three founders. Three founders in two team members to now team of eighteen still completely bootstrapped. Still like burn rate is like Are no one's ever needed a job before so The pandemic made it like this weird perfect storm for us to be able to build something. We released our app in august. Got or release in july got. It verified in august spy google and now it as actively bringing on customers actively bring out in people works So we publish all the meta data. Who created what at what point in time to watch and read it and present it to the user in dashboard. So give us the the pitch on why. This is an improvement. Over the tools that people are now paying for monthly subscription service who tweet buffer sprinkler so we believe that this is the beginning of immutable analytics. So we have third party analytics that we are third party data that we get from social media companies that we get from big data aggregate areas in that kind of thing and what stream does is it connects consumers directly to the brands or or contributors that that help them with that help them make videos that. Help them Magnify videos and it is what we believe. A new reputation layer for the internet. So create these powerful providence chains that say like if we have this podcast recording and we posted on youtube and then i wanna reposted to my channels. People are watching. This are paying attention to it because you two are both here. You both have your own sort of independent brands as well it's it's enabling people online to immutable associate themselves with other people and what that does to what what the who tweets buffers loom lease of the world. Did wrong is that. They didn't allow people to connect with each other. They allow people to connect themselves to their content and their profiles line. But that's only a one way delivery doesn't though doesn't that empower the people in a way that they don't empower them because they they want you to need them as the repository for all this information they do. But that information isn't secure. It's not it's not owned by. It's not owned by the people who publish it like if you publish something through hoot suite like you. You are giving permission to publish to your account to them and for us. We're we. are we in store things. We don't even store all your content. We store it in We saw it on like. That's that's a secret but it's not. It's not a secret now. We started rebellion centralize. We saw everything on a decentralized network. So that we don't we don't Take that sort of content moderation aspect of it. We'll see what other beans we can get you to spill here i did. I did create a custom link for all All bad crypto listeners. To be able to to be able to access the app earlier than everyone else. Oh clue googlers. I've coming soon. So it's it's not a mobile app yet. it's a web. Mobile arts are desktop desktop. Read only right now make everybody android was is smoking crack. Yeah no no short link for that bad code. I in bed. Straddling point. We created was stream. Bed media dot com forward slash bad crypto. It'll be live later today. I put the request into our designers. So you're talking about the providence of the content so it's basically it saying this content was created and verified created by these folks. And here it is and you can share it but those analytics are going to be tracked as well and then funneled back to the original creator. Yeah okay so that's that's pretty handy saw man. There's always been a lot. You know you got a lot of different websites and you'll see. Hey this had thirty seven shares on twitter. This had fifty eight shares on facebook. So you're kind of taking that and blockchain izing it in a way i kinda. Yes so we we publish all of that. Information to the blockchain i would call us a company that uses the blockchain rather than a company. That is a blockchain company. I would say we we. The blockchain is the underpinning of what we do we published to the open index protocol which is the same The same blockchain or the opening of called publishes to the flow watching which is originally used to call florin coin. It's originally Bitcoin was launched in twenty thirteen. And the is using flows. Well now so he just launch their blocking is such a beef with that labs about this so They launched. There's it's f l o w and they launched it like last year dapper labs aided this hour all these other big venture firms to create f l. O w which is the nf t- thing for trading thing But also has been around since two thousand thirteen. So yeah got around since the seventies. I used to see her on the show alice. Kiss my grits. You know on youtube for. Kiss my grants at least for a while. Now this was pretty saucy. I just every day. Here comes joe of the flow joke. Yeah so this is of particular interest to us because we use those social sites. I'm i'm semi active. I would say five or six of them. Right have profiles that i've posted too many times and i have wanted the ability to do this. You know across platforms. Now let me ask you this. Will you also in competing with the sweetened. Buffers post too.

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Pfizer files for emergency authorization for coronavirus vaccine

5 Things

08:27 min | 6 months ago

Pfizer files for emergency authorization for coronavirus vaccine

"Good morning on taylor wilson and this is five things you need to know saturday. The twenty first of november two thousand twenty some of the top headlines. Hundreds of students marched through louisiana state university on friday. They continue to protest universities. Systemic mishandling of sexual misconduct complaints against top athletes and others revealed by a usa today investigation this week. That report found that officials in the university's athletic department and broader administration have repeatedly complaints against abusers denied victims request for protection and subjected them to further harm by known perpetrators a contestant on the reality competition show. Wipeout has died after completing the shows obstacle. course it wasn't immediately clear what led to the death and nba. Free agency is now open but it was a trade that caught headlines on friday as stephen adams is expected to go to the new orleans. Pelicans from the oklahoma city thunder reminder. You can find us on twitter at usa today. Podcast there you can stay up on five. Thanks stories and also join the conversation with fellow listeners. That's at usa today. Podcast on twitter now onto the show pfizer and its partner bio n tek filed for emergency authorization from the fda on friday for its cororavirus. Vaccine the move game days after announcing an efficacy rate for its vaccine at ninety five percent and it might be available next month visor. Ceo albert boola great pride and joy and even little relief. But i can say that our request for emergency use authorization for our covid. Nineteen vaccine is now in the. There's other good vaccine news. As moderna vaccine might also soon be available. After releasing high efficacy numbers as well and johnson and johnson said this week that it will likely seek authorization for its candidate by february or sooner bought vaccine. Optimism comes as the worst of the pandemic yet has slammed. The united states thursday saw more than two thousand debts for the first time. Since may as for the government's response president elect joe biden met with house speaker nancy pelosi and senate democratic leader. Chuck schumer on friday to talk about federal funding pelosi urged republicans to collaborate on bipartisan relief. We are in a full blown economic and health. Catastrophe ended the mazing to see the patients. The gop has for other people's suffering over six months ago. We passed the heroes act leader. Mcconnell said we need a pause. We need a pause. I would hope that for him. The pause can come to an end. Nearly two hundred thousand people have died during that pause. So we're asking him come back to the table. Biden has urged the republican controlled senate to consider two trillion dollar legislation surrounding direct payments to tax payers aid to state and local governments and food and rental assistance. Bud republicans support a half trillion dollar package instead to focus on small business loans. Additional unemployment benefits aid to schools and aid for testing more than two hundred fifty. Four thousand people have now died from the corona virus in the us. Police are looking for a suspect. After a mole shooting in wisconsin while what tosa police chief berry weber gave no motive for the attack on friday tonight. The while we're told police department is investigating a shooting. Incident that occurred at mayfair mall. Twenty five hundred. North mayfair road on this date. Approximately two fifty pm our dispatchers received some nine one. One call reporting a shooting incident at the mall. You're the northwest entrance to macy's while we chose the police officers and wall which is the fire. Department personnel responded when emergency personnel arrived. The shooter is no longer at the scene. Seven injured adults in one injured. Teenager were transported to the hospital by wall which is the fire department. The extent of their injuries is unknown. At this time everybody was alive at that time though. So there's not been any fatalities. Adam aware of. He did say that witnesses indicate the shooter is a white male in his twenties or thirties. The shooting is at least the fourth time this year that multiple people wounded by gunfire in a single incident in the milwaukee area and at the same mall in february of this year. Police officer joseph mensah shot and killed seventeen year old alvin coal in the parking lot. If you haven't gotten your twelve hundred dollars stimulus check from earlier this year. Now is the time to act the. Irs has sent out letters to some nine million americans who haven't gotten their checks yet to remind them. They need to submit their information by saturday. That especially includes groups like college students and individuals and families who don't usually file tax returns often because of low incomes. You might also be able to get a payment for a spouse and five hundred dollars for each qualifying child if you end up missing the deadline you'll be able to get your money next year if you're eligible. The deadline is saturday at three pm. Eastern time for civic a busy college football. Saturday could have a big impact on conference races and the college football playoff in the big ten number three ohio state. We'll take on number nine indiana at noon eastern that will likely decide who comes out of the east division in the big ten championship game and at three thirty eastern number ten wisconsin and number nineteen north western will help decide who comes out of the big ten west then at seven thirty pm eastern. It's one of the biggest rivalry games in the country bedlam as number fourteen oklahoma state blaze number eighteen oklahoma. Both teams have a chance to win the big twelve for scores and college. Football stories from around the country had a usa today. Dot com slash. Sports get ready for the american music. Awards the show airs. Sunday will be seen in more than two hundred countries and territories around the world. Unlike other award shows winners are decided by the public with votes cast. Earlier this year the ceremony will be hosted by terachi p. henson who told the ap she wants to prove she can be more than just a dramatic actress bring A bit of my musical theater training my comedic chops. Just a hodgepodge of my talent. You know i saying dance you know. I did study Musical theater at howard university. So whenever i had shows like this i m mike to remind people that i'm more than just cookie or dramatic actress. You can tune in sunday at eight pm eastern and pacific on abc. Thanks for listening to five things. 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Full Episode: Friday, November 20, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

19:32 min | 6 months ago

Full Episode: Friday, November 20, 2020

"Shit tonight several developing stories as we come on seeking emergency approval as officially request authorization for its covert nineteen vaccine the possible time line when americans may start receiving the iot for lines to get tested growing tonight as the pandemic pummels the nation more than one hundred eighty six thousand new cases. And nearly two thousand. Us lives lost in just twenty four hours. Also tonight looming lockdowns the new restrictions and overnight curfew in california in newark new jersey a ten day. Stay at home. Advisory new york city on the verge of a major step backward and tonight the growing lines at food banks as millions fall into poverty during this pandemic some parents skipping their own meals so the children can eat also tonight running from the results. President trump refusing to answer questions after appearing before cameras for the first time in a week. Repeating the false claim. He won the election tonight. His last ditch effort to try to overturn the results in michigan as georgia certifies. Its results calling. President elect joe biden the winner and this just in donald trump junior. The president's son testing positive for covid nineteen also breaking right now. Active shooter inside of wisconsin wall police swarming the building. Shoppers led to safety several wounded. And new tonight. Seventeen year old. Kyle rittenhouse out of jail. After posting a two million dollar bond accused of murdering two and injuring another during the jacob blake protests in kenosha from abc. News world headquarters anymore. This is world news tonight with david video. Thanks for joining us on a busy friday night. I'm tom llamas. In for david we begin tonight with the grim surge rising death toll of the corona virus across the us the us reporting one hundred eighty six thousand new cases in just twenty four hours at the same time. Fis takes a major step closer to providing vaccine for millions of americans. The us with now more than two hundred fifty three thousand lives lost nearly two thousand deaths in just one day hospitalizations on the rise in every state a record high of nearly eighty thousand patients pfizer formerly requesting an emergency use authorization for its vaccine an fda panel set to meet next month. Millions of doses could be available within twenty four hours of fda approval staggering images of long lines millions rushing to get tested before thanksgiving people waiting for hours at dodger stadium in la california with a new daily record of thirteen. Thousand cases. occur if you go into effect this weekend at here in new york city. The mayor warning new restrictions may be unavoidable. Abc's with johnson leads us off tonight from coast to coast long lines for testing looming holiday restrictions and a mounting death toll. Nearly two thousand in twenty four hours as the corona virus spirals out of control. When you look at the number of infections that are going up there really breaking records in hospitalizations and numbers infections per day. So that's the thing. That's the worst. But today the first vaccine nearing the finish line pfizer and its german partner bio n tek officially applying for fda emergency use authorization. The government has already stockpiled forty million doses from pfizer and madonna. If approved the first round could be shipped out by mid-december. We've developed a very extensive plan. We're going to get it down to the states. The states are going to tell us exactly where they want it to be still. The immediate concern is thanksgiving. The cdc urging americans not to travel every day new crackdowns in california. An overnight curfew goes into effect this weekend for most of the state after its worst day of the pandemic over thirteen thousand new cases new jersey's largest city newark issuing a ten day. Stay at home advisory. Starting the day before thanksgiving we're asking everything to be shut down outside only getting tested. Only if you need groceries and in new york city the original epicenter of the crisis the mayor warning it may close indoor dining bars and gyms by early december hospitals buckling under the strain. Half of all states in the us reporting massive staffing shortages. Soon nurses new york city marching from a hospital to a nearby cemetery demanding more staffing. And p we are here today because we are finding the alarm. We about to face the second cova crisis in the bronx and we are not ready in indiana respiratory therapists amber. Hodges has watched about twenty of her patients die from the virus so fast. You don't even have time to really think about what you need to do. This is easier to keep going. Then take a break for yourself. Then to let your patients suffer nurse kerry wag nearly lost her own life to cove it one of my coworkers god and she dotting. She died but carry got a second chance receiving a double lung transplant. Hoping my message has a nurse didn't expect any of this can get out there. Bring it home to people who don't necessarily want to wear masks or one isolated themselves for quarantine is real and tonight. The fda has just announced a public meeting about pfizer's vaccine on december tenth. This is a chance for fda scientists and public health officials part of an independent advisory committee to ask pfizer questions about their vaccine and review the data after that they will make a recommendation about how to move forward tom or width. Thank you we want to get to that breaking news now unfolding in wisconsin police on the scene of a mall shooting near milwaukee authorities say. Several people have been wounded. Customers hearing the gunshots rushing to hide in the back of the stores. Abc's alex perez with the details coming at this hour tonight. Chaos and confusion after multiple. People were shot at this mall just outside milwaukee offer shots fired swat teams swarming the mayfair mall wallet. Tosa wisconsin late this afternoon. After reports of gunshots and an active shooter witnesses describing the horror inside we dropped to the ground and ran in the opposite direction and found this stairwell nearby and went down to the basement of the store. Macy's hit their several victims a wheeled out on stretchers a number of ambulances standing by an exact motive remains unclear tonight. The shooter on the loose and urgent manhunt underway and tom officials say thankfully. It appears none of those injuries. Are life threatening tom. Alex prison that breaking news tonight. Alex thank you. We do move on now to the white house tonight. President trump making a rare appearance today still refusing to concede the election as he rapidly runs out of options. The president making a last gasp effort. To overturn results in michigan georgia. Today sort of find its results for president elect joe biden on this his seventy eighth birthday. President trump avoiding questions for the seventeen day in a row as news comes in his son. Don jr. has tested positive for covid. Here's abc's chief. White house correspondent. Jonathan karl the president has largely stayed sites since losing the election. But today he came before the cameras and falsely asserted. He actually won the campaign. Which i won by the way. But you know find that out. almost seventy four million votes in fact trump lost by nearly six million votes nationally and by a decisive margin in the electoral college while the president did venture before the cameras. Today he left without taking any questions facts. Neither he nor the vice president has answered any questions in the more than two weeks since the election but the walls are closing in on the president today republican state officials in georgia after a painstaking audit by hand of every vote announced. The state had certified joe biden as the winner. The numbers reflect the verdict of the people. Not a decision by the secretary of state's office or of courts or of either campaigns. The president's legal team is now floating the idea of trying to ditch the election results in states like michigan pennsylvania and have the republican state legislatures. Pick the winner instead of the millions of people who voted in the election. Day the republican leaders of the michigan state legislature traveled to washington to meet with the president. On the way they were met by protesters. Some republicans are outraged at the prospect of the president pressuring local politicians to throw out the election results. Mitt romney tweeting. The president has now resorted to overt pressure on state and local officials to subvert the will of the people and overturn the election. The white house press secretary insisted today there is nothing inappropriate about the meeting. This is not an advocacy meeting. There will be no one from the campaign there. He routinely meets with lawmakers from all across the country. But there's nothing routine about any of this. Meanwhile president elect joe biden. Did something today. The president trump hasn't done in more than a year he met with the speaker of the house. My oval office euro mukasey yukos's founder. Let's get right to john moments ago. Those republican michigan legislative leaders wrapping up that meeting with the president. Walk us through this. What what have you learned. Well they've put out a joint statement. These two republican leaders of the michigan state legislature. Making it clear that they will not go along with any effort to bypass the voters and have the legislature. Choose the winter in michigan instead in their statement tom. They said quote the candidates who win the most votes win elections in michigan and michigan's electoral votes. These are simple truths that should provide confidence in our elections or china. While we have you there we have that news. That just came in late word this evening. That the president's elvis son has tested positive for the coronavirus yes spokesperson for donald trump. Junior as put out a statement saying that he tested positive at the beginning of the week and has been self isolating out at his cabin. The statement also says that donald trump junior has a symptomatic. Tom or giancarlo with developing news for us. John thank you politics and the pandemic colliding tonight. The images coming in american families in need waiting for hours at food banks across the country all of this happening with federal benefits set to expire just after christmas and in the middle of a worsening pandemic. Abc's marcus moore's in texas tonight. Americans waiting for food from new jersey to colorado and here in arlington texas hundreds of cars lined up before dawn. I think it's a blessing in this day and time. You know when times are tough and like so many here. He is enduring those difficult days and grateful for food. Drives like this one. The need for food right now across the country is enormous. And all you have to do is look at the line of cars here at cowboys stadium families waiting to get meals for thanksgiving and food. Bank organizers say these long lines won't disappear anytime soon with federal stimulus benefits set to expire the day. After christmas one study says twelve million families will have their only safety net pulled from under them when sylvie economy recovers and jobs come back. People are going to need help at this rate in gilbert arizona. Rebecca kennedy in her two sons barely. Getting by we're not sure if we're going to make next month's rent it's just a lot of unsure that uncertainty spreads school district's like this one in laredo texas stepping up to provide meals more than two point two million since march but with school buildings closed a cruel reality for so many during the pandemic more than half of all parents skipping meals to feed their children. More than a third foregoing bills to pay for food. Shawna gray in washington. Dc now makes a three hour round trip to get free lunch for her children. When restaurants closed in the spring gray and her husband both lost their jobs now often skipping meals to feed their three kids and me and dad have kind of gotten to the point of nafta we only eat. Maybe once a day and tom tonight. Foodbank operators say until the economy improves. They expect heightened demand for food for almost the next two years. Tom so hard to hear from that mother there. All right marcus. Thank you news tonight about teenage murder. Suspect kyle rittenhouse seventeen year old set free on a two million dollars bond today. He's accused of shooting and killing two men during protests in kenosha wisconsin. Here's abc's chief. Justice correspondent pierre. Thomas tonight cow rittenhouse. The illinois teen charged with killing two people. During protests in wisconsin is out on a two million dollar bond. Rittenhouse seen here in. This video is accused of fatally shooting. Joseph rosenbaum anthony huber and wounding a third person demonstrations last august in kenosha protests. That erupted after the police. Shooting of jacob blake house claims that he fired in self-defense. But authorities say the era fifteen he used was illegally purchased by a friend and paid for by rittenhouse written then cross state lines to the protests from illinois to wisconsin. It's unclear where exactly the money to make. Bail came from britain houses attorney recently. Think donors to a legal defense fund as rittenhouse got the money for the rifle. He claims it came from a government stimulus program providing relief tom or peer. Thank you for that when we come back explosive. New allegations in the briana taylor case a third grand jury member coming forward and with the holiday travel season. Here what you need to know about canceling a flight last minute. Stay with us. Staying informed has never been more important. Information is coming at us faster than ever. So how do you make sense of. It'll start here. hey. I'm brad milkey from abc news. In every weekday we will break down the latest headlines in just twenty minutes straightforward reporting dynamic interviews and analysis from experts. You can trust always credible always solid. Start here from news twenty minutes every weekday smart speaker or your favorite podcast app back now with the explosive new allegations in the briana taylor case of third grand jury member coming forward claiming the grand jury was lied to evidence was withheld and jurors were prevented from considering more serious charges against the officers. Who killed her. Recent released recently released body cam video showing the chaotic moments after the shooting. Here's abc's deborah roberts. Tonight three of the grand jurors in the briana taylor case together for the first time since that shocking indictment juror number three giving her first on camera interview exclusively to abc news. All speaking out on condition of anonymity taking us inside the grand jury room when you heard that want an endangerment was the only charge that was being presented. What was the reaction in the room. I was real shot. It was an uproar. Our team walked in through every homicide. Defense also presented all the information. They didn't go into any details. About what any additional homicide door or murder charges could be. We asked if other charges could be brought against and all they said was no nothing we could make stick and that the officers had the right to defend themselves because they'd been fired upon in your mind. Should there have been more charges. Brought on yes. Undoubtedly how one would be murdered. I thought it was going to be a lot more charges for a lot. More officers tom. We reached out to kentucky's attorney general. Who declined comment. These three grand jurors tell us they are hopeful that a second grand jury gets a crack at this case to possibly do what they could not all describes sleepless nights and great frustration. Tom debra thank you next tonight. A very different holiday travel season expected this year. Triple a.'s already. Estimating seven million fewer travelers by road and by air a number they believe will drop even further after the. Cdc told americans to stay home. This thanksgiving due to the pandemic airlines reporting a spike and cancellations and expecting more and travelers should know they can cancel most airline tickets up to the day of travel and still receive a credit. Finally tonight something we haven't seen during this pandemic loved ones separated by cova able to hug one another until now. It's the moment ninety seven year old shrek and his daughter. Carol bron have been waiting for for eight months vince. A world war veteran is a father grandfather and great grandfather and since the pandemic began. He has not been able to hug his family. Last time i was probably before covid and february. But that's about to change outside. The catherine and charles hoover greenhouses a senior living facility in longmont colorado. They've set up a ten with four millimeter plastic and armholes. So families can hug. Just been looking forward to that hug. Dad and daughter together again. You can see the joy even through the masks. They did not like go for five minutes and got to just hold my dad and give him a hug and it just felt really good. I couldn't hold her heart she. She's she's so sweet you know. It's this wonderful amanda. Meyer came up with the idea and built it with the help of volunteers that thought of residents being alone is very heartbreaking to me more than a dozen families got to come together each visit allowed only for a few minutes. The ten sterilized with cdc approved cleaner between visits tonight. Both dad and daughter telling us their thankful headed. Good her being able to give him that. Five minute. hug months was such a gift. These hogs are happening around the world at this nursing home in italy. They're setting up tents for families as well. Mateo hasn't had contact with his grandmother. Santa since march show for me is offering to back in colorado. Carol is already looking forward to that next moment with her dad. Our time with our loved ones is precious right now and Such important moment to be able to be face to face and rubbing his back to s- meant the world to me such a great idea. We think all those families for sharing we thank you for watching. I'm tom jameson.

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Full Episode: Sunday, November 22, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

21:05 min | 6 months ago

Full Episode: Sunday, November 22, 2020

"Tonight several developing stories as we come on the holiday hot zone just days before thanksgiving cases exploding across the country in america. one person. dying of covid every minute the warning to stay home for the holiday or risk in even greater surge forty eight million are expected to travel by car and the airports have already seen the most passengers since march also breaking tonight vaccine by december eleventh. The nation's vaccine saw on the relief in sight saying the first americans could get a vaccine in a matter of weeks and the green light just given for a critical treatment for those battling kovin running out of moves. President trump handed another major defeat in his fight to overturn the election. A top trump ally. Chris christie now calling the president's legal team of quote national embarrassment the president on the golf course. Still refusing to concede blocking the transition of president elect joe biden including critical information on the pandemic sedley chaos the violence outside a restaurant of vehicle engulfed in flames. Two people shot and killed two others wounded a suspect arrested at the scene. Greenie in his book photo mall shooting manhunt. The fbi now joining the search for a gunman who opened fire inside a mall the new development just coming in and all we headed for another mortgage crisis the slow motion disaster in america's neighborhoods millions of americans out of work and falling behind on their mortgages hoping that a vaccine will lift the economy or that congress will step in from abc news world headquarters anymore. This is world news tonight and good evening. Thanks for joining us this sunday. I'm tom yomas. We begin tonight with the coronavirus surging across the country. Just days before thanksgiving leaving americans cop between two very powerful forces the virus and the urge to be with family and friends. The cdc is warning that we risk fuelling even greater rise tonight. The numbers are already alarming and the peak of this surge is nowhere in sight. Take a look. More than twelve. Million americans have already tested positive more than a million of them in the past six days. More than two hundred fifty. Six thousand lives have been lost. An average of fourteen hundred a day hospitalizations rising in all fifty states a record eighty three thousand covert patients in hospitals. Right now the fear of overwhelming medical resources is rising along with the flat and the curve. Once again those rising number sparking the cdc's wanting to celebrate thanksgiving at home get aaa expects nearly forty eight million americans to travel by car and on friday. Take a look at this. This was the scene at the airport in phoenix. The tsa says they've screened two million passengers at the nation's airports in the past two days the most since march before the virus. I took hold but there is some good news on treatments tonight. The fda issuing emergency use authorization for regeneron. The antibody treatment that president trump was given when he was hospitalized with covid and in the most encouraging news yet on the vaccine front. The nation's vaccines are monsef. Slough we saying the first americans could get the vaccine as soon as december eleventh just nineteen days away but in the meantime the virus could spread even more after the holiday. We have a lot to get to tonight and we begin with. Abc's trevor all right here. In new york city tonight. The rush of holiday travelers swarming airports ahead of thanksgiving ignoring cdc warnings it could further fuel and already raging pandemic. You gotta live your life at the end of the day. That's all it is though. A dip and travel is expected from last year. Nationwide the tsa screening two million people over the weekend. Some of the highest numbers since the start of the pandemic. Please seriously consider decisions that you make you lining up. Not everybody's wearing masks that puts yourself at risk millions now scrambling to get tested waiting in miles long lines if i come back positive then obviously i'm going to do the right thing and keep my family safe but medical experts warn because of the virus incubation period even testing negative won't necessarily protect you or your family a negative test does not give you a pass in two or three days. I might turn positive. And i will start being infectious spreading even before. I have symptoms and across america tonight grim headlines. The virus tightens its grip yet again in the past week well over one point one million cases and ten thousand americans killed the equivalent of a person dying from corona virus. Every minute just like a bad dream. Houston mother irma garcia. Just retired from nasa only to fall victim to the virus months later every morning. I wake up collar and i just feel like quite. It didn't happen to us. She was very strong. She didn't have any underlying issues tonight. A record eighty three thousand cova patients or in the hospital. Nationwide the numbers rising in every single state. This is faster it's broader and what worries me. It could be longer with fifteen states hitting new record highs for hospitalization saturday alone. More than one. In five hospitals say they're expecting critical staffing shortages. The hospitals can create new beds. They just won't have the people to staff them. Newark new jersey locking down their city. The day before thanksgiving that will be responsible criminal even for me to know what happened in the past. Watch this things created self again and stand by and do nothing as the infection rate rises in nearby new york governor andrew cuomo's threatening to shut down non-essential businesses in parts of new york city. Staten island is a serious problem. We're running into a hospital capacity issue on staten island. And as california's average daily case numbers have tripled over the past month. Governor gavin newsom. Enacting a ten o'clock curfew for much of the state are protests in several cities. America's frontline workers say. They're already exhausted. Fearful of what's to come. We definitely do not want to see thanksgiving family. Get togethers be christmas. Family funerals iowa nurse. Nick klein pleading for people to consider the consequences of their choices. I add a really tough day yesterday. In law side pretty a younger patient in so just kind of hit me a little bit thinking about it and we feel for that nurse all the nurses out there trivial joins us now from new york and trevor authorities. Here in new york are cracking down trying to break up illegal gatherings but they can't keep up with all of them yet tom. The nypd says early this morning. They broke up in illegal club. Here in manhattan packed with more than one hundred twenty people but there are reports that earlier in the month. A wedding was held in brooklyn with seven thousand guests. Governor andrew. cuomo has if that happened. It's a blatant disregard of the law. And he wants to robust investigation. Tom and ongoing battle. We've seen throughout this pandemic all right. Trevor thank you now to the light at the end of the tunnel the promise of a vaccine tonight. The nation's vaccine czar says the first americans could get it in just three weeks and in the meantime a major step forward in treating covert patients the fda green lighting an antibody treatment from regeneron that speeds up recovery. Here's abc stephanie. Ramos tonight the chief scientific advisor of operation warp speed saying the first americans could be vaccinated against covid nineteen as soon as december eleventh just nine nineteen nine days from now we are ready to start shipping vaccines within twenty four hours from approval and hopefully people will start to be minimized. I would say within forty eight hours from the approval. The fda announcing it will have a public hearing for pfizer's request for emergency use authorization of its vaccine on december tenth and could be recommended for emergency use authorization that day maderna's vaccine will face the same review a week. Later until vaccine's are widely available. Promising therapeutics getting the green light. This weekend regeneron. The same antibody treatment used by the president was granted. Emergency use authorization by the fta for people ages twelve and over and for those at higher risk of developing severe illness from cova the drug genetically engineered in a lab imitates. The body's natural defenses. Just one dose delivered through an iv has so far been shown to prevent some infected people from developing severe disease. It gets to work right away blocking the virus from entering and infecting healthy cells earlier this month eli lilly's antibody drug also receiving emergency use authorization amande to outside the invasion. I'm having some fatigue but that's improved. We've been following. Dr david schultz in indiana one of the first co patients in the country to receive the drug. Since he began his treatment nearly two weeks ago. I have no call no ingestion. Just today dr schultz telling us. He appears to have made a full recovery. We're very grateful for all those doing research. Those who have worked in the vaccine development and those who are working in our hospitals and clinics around the country encouraging news on the vaccine in on those treatments. Stephanie joins us now and stephanie. Dr mon slough we from operation warp speed also predicting today that if seventy percent of americans take the vaccine we could see herd immunity as early as may absolutely tom but it will take months before enough are available for all americans. Also scientists fear convincing people to take it. We'll be tough. A recent gallup poll finding more than forty percent of americans are hesitant to take an fda approved vaccine much of it having to do with the political context under which vaccine was created. Tom all right stephanie. Thank you for that but the politics now. President trump running out of options as you suffered another defeat in court. One of the president's closest advisers. Chris christie slamming his legal team as a quote national embarrassment. Meantime the president still refusing to concede and back on the golf course this weekend even skipping a g. Twenty event on the corona virus cases sore across the country and president elect joe biden saying the delay transition of power could put american lives at risk. Abc's rachel scott in washington tonight tonight. One of the president's closest advisers blasting his efforts to try and turn the two thousand twenty election joining a small but growing number of republicans. speaking out. what's happened. Here is quite frankly. The concept of the president's legal team has been a national embarrassment. The president's legal cases continue to be thrown out for lack of evidence. His campaign and allies have lost in court at least thirty times. The latest blow out of pennsylvania were judge delivered a blistering ruling calling. The campaigns claims haphazardly stitch together like frankenstein's monster. The state's republican senator pat toomey calling on the president to accept the outcome of the election. Saying he has exhausted all plausible. Legal options and maryland's republican governor. Larry hogan saying he's embarrassed. More members of the party aren't recognizing joe biden as president-elect. I just don't think there are a lot of profiles in courage. We all know how vindictive the president can be but it appears more republicans are starting to come to terms with reality senator. John cornyn now saying it's time for biden to start receiving intelligence briefings but the president is still refusing to concede an election. He overwhelmingly lost spending more time on the golf course this weekend. Even skipping g twenty event on the pandemic and as corona virus cases across the country sore president elect joe biden's team pressing on. But saying there's only so much they can do without an official transition warning. The stonewalling is putting american. Lives at risk of the president-elect vice president are not getting the kind of intelligence briefings they're entitled to our transition isn't getting access to agency officials to help develop our plans and there's a lot of focus on that vaccine roll out plan that's going to be critical in the early days of a biden presidency. We have no access to that. And we're not getting a background checks those f. i. Background checks or a critical part of the confirmation process for cabinet officials and can't be done until biden's team gains access to federal agencies biden. Now just forty eight hours out from announcing his first picks. You're going to see the first of the president-elect's cabinet appointments on tuesday of this week. Or i rachel. Scott joins us from washington and rachel. We just heard there. Joe biden's income and chief of staff. They are saying they need access to these federal agencies but still the president is legal. Team are pressing forward trying to overturn the election tom. The president's legal team is already trying to appeal that decision out of pennsylvania and in georgia where election workers have already tallied every single vote by hand. The trump campaign is now demanding. A recount but tom. None of these. New efforts changed the fact that they have yet. To present any credible evidence to back up their claims and federal and state officials have insisted that this election was safe and secure. Tom rachel scott for us. Rachel thank you. We want to get to some breaking news just coming in right now. New developments in that mall shooting in wisconsin authorities just announcing the arrest of a fifteen year old ending days long manhunt by both local and federal authorities. Here's abc's janai norman. Tonight a possible break in the case of a terrifying mall shooting in wisconsin late today police announcing it arrests in connection to the shooting that injured eight people at the mayfair mall. Outside milwaukee friday kuala does. The police department is pleased to announce the arrest of a fifteen year old the fbi assisting in the massive two-day manhunt police say the suspect escaped as shoppers. Ran for their lives is important to stress that this act of violence was not a random one but an altercation between two groups. All eight victims are expected to recover. Janine norman abc news new york. Alright we think j for that next to the holiday storm watch and snow making its way across the midwest at this hour and another system right behind it could bring some. What weather this thanksgiving. So let's get right to rob marciano. He's live in connecticut tonight. Rob good evening. good evening. Tom several fast moving systems will be impacting. The us during this holiday week will start with the one you mentioned in the mid west with rain and snow on the radar. Snow mixing on the backside of this from detroit toledo toledo a ride. The great lakes of saint lawrence will bring the rain more heavy into the new york philly. I ninety five area tomorrow morning then quickly clearing out in the afternoon blustery conditions behind that but another one into the midwest on tuesday that will have both rain and snow through chicago. Minneapolis and another one into the pacific northwest with some lingering showers especially in the morning in the south on thanksgiving day. Tom alright rob fakey for that. And there's much more ahead on world news tonight this sunday. The deadly scene at a sonic drive-in officers called in for a bomb threat finding ford gunshot victims and a truck engulfed in flames or the suspect was arrested at the same restaurant just days. 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The desperation is growing in atlanta thousands lining up in their cars for food. Some waiting up to eighteen hours for thanksgiving meals. The line outside tyler. Perry studios stretched for five miles families unable to afford the basics. My family really need. I have four little ones so we really south came mobile. Twenty one million. Americans receiving unemployment benefits and now fears of housing stability are increasing. I have friends that i can move in with With my son it certainly wouldn't be ideal. But i have those options right now. Six point six percent of all mortgages are in some stage of delinquency. That's point three million american homes nearly doubling in just nine months. We've seen a big spike. In the number of delinquent homeowners since the pandemic began the cares act passed in march protects homeowners from foreclosure but homeowners. Only have forty more days to apply if they need help. If another relief. Bill is not passed or cares. Act that's been such an important financial crutch to help family struggling through this very difficult period of financial stress. I'm concerned what will happen when that twelve months forbearance is over. The hope is that another potential stimulus package can be passed staving off further personal and economic damage tom your travolta and tracking the economic toll for us thank you for the index and the deadly chaos had a sonic drive-in twenty-three-year-old roberto silva senior grinning in his mugshot charged with fatally shooting two people and wounding to bellevue nebraska. Police say they were called to the scene over reports of a bomb in a moving truck. That truck you see it here. In gulf inflames when officers arrived authorities say the suspect was arrested at the same sonic on wednesday for identity theft next to the deadly shark attack overseas of fifty five year old man bitten wall swimming at a popular tourist beach in western australia. 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11/18/20 Double standards in how police treat protests.

The Mark Belling Show

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11/18/20 Double standards in how police treat protests.

"You heard about propane. Taxi propane tanks. Propane grill tank. Home delivery service and it's ridiculously easy to order a propane tank delivered right to your door. Now's the perfect time of year to get outside and grill with family and close friends or heat up the patio. Make sure you've got propane for any occasion. Go to propane. Tanks dot com. Use promo code tank ten and your first thank exchanges just ten dollars promo code ten for ten dollars tank exchange. No delivery fees no commitment and no contact propane taxi dot com propane grill tank home delivery promo code tank. Yeah good afternoon milwaukee. This is the heart belling later. After the show i knew smart eleven thirty w by said now. There's obviously a lot of problems. One of the problems is in. We're all guilty of this to some extent some more than others. A lot of stuff that you hear goes in one ear and out the other right it issue that you also have. Nobody knows what to believe anymore. Given the fact that the media is playing straight they're only going to pre presenting a one sided biased presentation of news and information add. They're going to keep other things from you so you not only have the problem of some people. Don't pay any attention to what it is that they here and it goes in whether you're out the other in some cases what you pay attention to you'd be better off not hearing because you're getting a biased presentation and then even if you are paying attention you might not find out about the things that you need to know about because the media tell you you see what a mess you have here. Don't you. Well the properly summarize the whole situation so today's program kind of circles around all of that like there's a lot of things we have to talk about including the fact that frankly a sitting in jail right now as the movement. That's what they call it. The is literally cracking up. It's crack they're off fighting. They are all fighting. Some things in life are easily predictable and some things are not. This would be one. That would fall into the category of being easily predictable. I was way back when facebook was kind of getting started. When i knew less about facebook than i do now pretty much afraid to go on facebook. You don't have afraid to go on facebook. Why well yeah. I said i'm afraid to go at it though. I mean i. I'm not saying why. I've just bored by it. Why do you think of afraid to go at it. Well think about it. You're clearly not afraid to go on facebook. You're on there all the time. If they charge you. D if they charge renfrew they ought to do that. Facebook out around like beater for the amount of time that people are on there. So people like me that are on there like two minutes a month we pay nothing and then like dorks like you that are on there you pay a fortune. Both achieve would never go back on if follow. We know how you get. We don't how we could get you off facebook. They charge you by the minute. That that'd be the siasi i There are some things that i like that and other things that. I'm not no get back to this mississippi. Being afraid of you know afraid to go on facebook well. Yeah but why. Would i be afraid to go out. It does just read about read added. I don't wanna go over. I don't even want to go in into it. Well i'll tell you. He says he doesn't know i bet the audience those. Do you think the audience those. I've afraid to go onto facebook. We could ask. I what i love about asking is. I will put by the year. And you'll just have to talk to them. And then i get like i actually don't get that much pleasure out of it because i do understand how much i would hate having to do what you sometimes have to do on the other hand. We don't take many calls. It's not like you're screening calls. You are at the past all of that by the way up for review I there's nothing magical about the end of the year. Other than i generally do review toward the end of the year. What i'm gonna be doing with the program and have ideas. And so i did used to just come up that you have more time than normal at the end of the your days off because of holidays. Sometimes you take vacations back in the days. That i filled in for rush. I was always busy then. Because he was always gone between christmas and new years and i would often do two or three days off there. But it's still you know how the play and gives you time to think about ruminate and anyway that the program is now. There's no guarantee will be doing that way of the future. It's going to continue to evolve. Nobody's giving you any other giving you answers. Why do you why do they give you tell mark to shut up and say that we're all well. What do you think is gonna happen with that. You think it was late yesterday. Telemarketers shut up and say the words they want to tell i. Is there a way. I could do the word paul that they should have done it right with. That guy was talking to you so you wouldn't have heard the word to see other people that i know that have died. Oh see i read the death. Otis's the paper. That's how i keep up that the only ones you missed on that you know who the ones you miss out when you're obviously if people live out here but other than that you know the other ones that you miss out of the death notices the paper. The people whose relatives are too cheap to pay for the death notice of the newspaper i. I've had some friends pass away. Nobody put their death. I said well you ought to put get the people's out your say what. What do we care people. Find out line. I guess yeah. There's no funerals already thing assault. I suppose there's no real but the newspapers still filled with it. Ed that person's on the right track. I'm afraid i'd like it too much. But that's not the that's getting there. That's closer the closer to the more who wanted to get the three o'clock hour word. People understand the badgering you to tell put out the word is if you then tell it to me that i'll just like you know how i am. I like that kid that you know. Eat your liver. it's good for you. So therefore i wouldn't want to eat the liver although liver isn't good for your members do you. Have your parents make you eat liver. Did they say did they say it was good for you. It's not though. I mean i guess it's we you talked about. Like the fatty is kind of the red. Beat it all of that stuff. It's very ver- richard. I understood they were telling the brussels sprouts. That was good for me. But i mean we'll shove that liber donna throats for you like liver you've learned to like it but you know why you did what you had to learn to like it because your parents kept telling you have to eat it. That's why. I ended up liking liver too but i never wanted to eat it. Because they're telling me. I had to eat it. Well yeah i mean you need to cut deliver. That's why that's onions. Come in and all of that but nobody's got to get the debt that's all you see. I see i didn't even. I've i've been facebook a little. I've never learned that facebook than somebody died. Somebody like just post there. Is there a bitch section in the paper. All people do it. rip and then somebody died. Like you could posted a fred that so is this like picking up with covid with people dying or what. So what all the old people get on facebook. That's be all is that. Is that what. You're saying boston's that yet. Kind of is all it is. You're right about that. It's young people aren't really that much on facebook. Policies daughter says that's for you guys except paul. This is where the movement is fighting. They are fighting at facebook there. That's each other on the streets or anything. They are fighting on facebook. I gotta finish that story way back before we got no. I'll just tell you what the other thing about what you listen to my show right. Yeah and if i see something i see something that is interesting or obnoxious or whatever what do i do i comment added. I'm afraid i'll see their cabinet now there. Well that's it you know. I went to catholic grade school. I learned the secret of not sending you know what. The secret of not sitting is void. Kim tation you don't want to mess around with that girl with the big. You don't want people that you d you know. Don't don't go talk to her. Pulses they don't but that's the that's the whole level. I do live a boring life. That's a choice that i bake. Actually i don't even know why a little more. Why do i love a boring life. I think i just boring i. It's yeah that's that's a sign that you're boring when you don't even wanna do interesting things you know like well. Why don't you just be one of those guys. That has thirty two girlfriends. A lot of guys my age. Thirty two girls over. That's i just means a boring right. Admitted i'd be more interesting if i am thirty. Two girlfriends to come into the building banging on the door and they start fighting with each other. Because you know they're both fighting over be at all. That'd be interesting wasn't it. yeah well. I don't want that. They would do. They would go through you to be. I remember. i knew a guy a fifteen years ago. You had a girlfriend and she was acting up. She might have been drunk. I don't know and they got into a big row and that woman wet and contacted a woman. I was sort of halfway going out with to try to get her to go through me to go to the other guy to try to get the apology. Well no kidding no kidding. I will leave the middle. That was perfectly fine. And i didn't get any farther. I just does that. I says i don't want to be this guy over here where people like or like you. So weapons going you to get to me. Because i'm not taking calls or anything. See this is. This is the choice. I make about being boring. It's logical to me. Tell me something arrested. You think i should be doing with my life. I mean i can have a boat. Five eight i could i could. I mean i could have a boat. That would be interesting if i had would write. That wouldn't that be more would be more interesting if i had a boat you know. I don't know what to tell me something that you guys should be doing with that. Would that would be interesting. Go to shoot. My god's yeah that but that's not that doesn't make me interesting. So if i came on the air and said i want to arrange a shot by guns. Who would care about that. No interesting would be you know. I don't know get married. Have girlfriends resume drinking. Go get drunk all the time. That's all more interesting to this. That i have right civil state arresting thing about the my show. This is that this is it after the show is over. I mean you are talking here is a guy could get killed it. Well okay. I guess that must be enough interest in my life. Because i choose not to put anything else in there. You i look at you though. You're you could theoretically be even board boring me. What's the most interesting thing. I probably that you'd drought right. Well that's not interesting. I mean that's not even like playing the sax now. It's not i think playing the sachs's more interesting is it. Yeah but you're like at a christian bad. That's not interesting more interesting. If you were like in some bad steward drugs and stuff. I think anything that the person interesting is something that you probably ought not be doing. Isn't that kind of correct. The things that make you whereas you know laura. Let's suppose i gambled all the time like potter was open or something is down there every night. Play in five hundred dollar had blackjack and all of that. Well people are interesting. Would so i have to not forget. Why do remember you why we even got to this well. Facebook thing when facebook was just getting started. I mean i'm on their enough now. I have a facebook account. So i can go on there and check out things like see this fight. That's going out of the movement here frank. Daddy and people are siding with frank. On the rape thing people siding with the woman at people side and with the other rivals the head the movement in the biggest thing there are wondering where the hell is all the money. They're all fighting about this subject. I gotta go on facebook. No these things. So i could pass online at the audience but others. I'm not much on there. So what are the things that i learned. I'm guessing this is like twelve years ago facebook. I mean it's been a since. The movie was out the social network twenty years too many. Well what do you mean you shaking your head. What is the answer. You look at it up there. I can't you just come up with off the top of your head. Some speculation where. I don't really need the exact year. What are you going. Do give me the month sixteen years. Wow isn't that amazing. Isn't that amazing. Like facebook has either got the entire world. it's only sixteen years old so is got to be something else eating up the whole world sixteen years from now that somebody is like inventing this afternoon. What it will what is that. What is it a lot of people. A lot of people think the electric cars in the you know the battery fakih batter if occasion society. That's gonna pretty much and fossil fuels other than that's that's used electric city. So what one of the things that i noticed was this is now something probably everybody knows but this is when facebook as new. A guy said debate. He was telling me about two women that he knew that we're that we're in a huge fight feud as well. How did this start. He said it's facebook. They go facebook and they start these fights. I did not know this. This is what facebook is rather new. I guess it was what twelve years ago. Simple look like that. I didn't have any so he shows me. Here's a quote ed here. These two women are making fiery away at each other at facebook. Edit dawned on me. I did think of them would have the guts to say these things allowed to what another's face. It was a lot easier to be really need obnoxious on facebook. Rather than say it to your face that it was easier to be behind the keyboard and firing away that it was to say it allowed. Well i don't want to be in that if indeed it is easier. Think about all the people that have gotten in trouble with things that they've said on social media does that that proved the point. They say things and social media that they wouldn't say allowed and the things that really did they get in trouble for anything to say loud but the social media posts at the things that ruin that because on social media they're willing to go fire they would other somewhere else in life right. Paul says the elections. Unbelievable what he said. What a biden people. Just savaging both sides. Well good our side is fighting back. Well that's good on facebook real life it real life. I think the left are going at us. Let me give you the word. Is that guy still wine and like a little baby about the word or one more lane. Get all right. That's not gonna. I actually think people have any idea how my mind works right now. You at least though that. Don't you if you told me you ought to have the french fries you know. What was the last thing. I would have the french fries and other. It's terrible for you. Nothing good about french fries. Not only all carbs potatoes which are poisonous foods. Then they throw all that salt in the end they deep fry them made everything about. It is a terrible thing in the us. The bad pedal oil french fries. That's no good for you arnold. To the word bills everybody happy. They got the word i opened. Y'all win now. After all this widening cryan bills probably with data gets it on you and you don't get the same kind of rigmarole. Production here doesn't carry on. Like i do not really bills. Well he wants to get this show. I retire. He's going to have to start learning this. He is it a foregone conclusion. Donald beyond the unified like keel. Over is it wonder. You don't think there's anybody else out there that they have in mind. Well yeah bills b. i. l. l. s. text that into two hundred two hundred instantly when a thousand dollars in cash. You're gonna take firming. Entry plus iheartradio info standard data and message rates apply in this white contest. There's other things. I should be talking about as well including really interesting stuff. Do you know who the first wisconsin Who which named the wisconsin basketball player. Who has picked earliest in the nba draft. It's not as easy as you think will try to do it. It's not there's nobody even comes to mind. Is there decker. No he is late in the first round. I mean wisconsin raised a mat for not play college here but grew up in the state of wisconsin. A michael finley was the chicago. Deeter no devon. Here's anyway tires. Halliburton avaj cash bike. Go on the top five in the nba draft tonight of devitt heresay. Think went number four or five. He was picked well. That was a long time ago to remember. Devon harris in highschool. I do time does fly. When you're not having any fun you know what i mean. So there's all these things that are out there and coulter has some fascinating comments about trump that the complete opposite take that everybody else has on trump that. I'm intrigued by as well. But i can't get any of those things i i've got to do this right now. I tell you something you probably deep down new and you resent but this is in fact just true and you've got to accept the truth of it before we're able to move out. Denial of reality means you're never going to be able to move forward and reality. Here's what it is. This is not a play on words. And i'm not being clever. It's just true you me. Most people in the audience were second class citizens we are. It's not written a lor anything. But that's what we are. We are second class citizens. We don't have the same rights as the rest of the people who live in this country. We don't that's not true. No it's true it's true. Let me to prove you already to prove it or not. We're not that far from wto. Sorry we driving while safai a copy of the street walk up to and cuss about call every day but the book and scream and yell at spit in his facing go on and on and nine it see if he just sits there and looks at smiles. And that's you go away or see if he arrests. You is the better as you can't do that. But other people cad. We've had a year of one protest. It's devolved into a riot after another look at what happened in minneapolis. The us what example. George floyd and the next thing you know they burn the city down and the cops in minneapolis would their the mayor bitty apples told the cops the leave a police precincts the riots could burn it down. They'd start buildings. Fire the fire department to go put out the building but nobody was actually stopping anybody from putting out the fires. that's just one city edits. Been part of a pattern. That's out all over the country. Here at wisconsin the wabash tosa cases. Obvious one can oceans than other madison night after night after night after night after night after night after night and then finally madison. They try to fire the building. The jail has is it. They knock over a democratic state. Senator almost killed him and destroy monuments to liberal like. This is bed all year. During this time wet conservatives have done anything like this not now. We have an election by side. Doesn't like the way it's turned out. So they wanna go to a parking lot or stand on the sidewalk at hold some flags and there. You know that you've got to accept that you'll lost get off the straight year bad divisive dot. I helped get out of here. You trumpers you gotta let betty loss doorway. Go away go away. go away the burden anything. Down trump supporters go to madison fight a republican state senator and back into the ground. He's heady trump. Supporters tried to burn down. Jails so no. You're not allowed to do this there. You're supposed to shut up. Go away and suck it and take it but if lefties though like something we let them do whatever they wide do you think eddie. If you're if you're unhappy with what's going on in your city this grabs city berg perfect perfect you know i use burgers perfect for this example. Because it's funny to say see. I admit if you were doing this. And you said who spurred what you cut crackup sad who's berg. That's the great thing about working in wisconsin. All we'd we have very few cities that don't sound funny when you say him for some of them just the way it is. The city's vasa -chusetts there that are all of the english names. There's nothing funny about him. I mean you say boston. That's not funny as it. Springfield massachusetts is that funny. No worcester's kinda funny. I give you that but who spread. That's really funny use berg. you don't believe. He said a lot of ceos burger. Isn't that funny. Plus as he does people that from there well just think about that yet. Magid if you're like in new york city where are you from by think if they would probably say outside of sheboygan except nobody knows or should boy get is would they. If you're if you're in new york city they ask you where you're from. You're not gonna saito spur guy you know. What would you say. North of milwaukee see. It depends on where you're like if i was talking when i was a kid. Nine karn if i'm in appleton. I'd say i'm from Pretty much in the state. Say the name of your city the farther away you got. I'd say the fox valley then people don't that near green bay. You know space to get to a city like milwaukee where you can actually just say the name of the city and not have to explain it away all right. You're edinburgh remember that you're a newspaper Here and the city does something you don't like maybe they zone some property so some guy can sell stuff out of his garage berg and fire a gun into a cops girlfriend's house. What are the chances that somebody on a regular old guy. Unhappy with something going news. He'd go over to a new spurt cops girlfriend's house at fire. A gun into the house not going to happen all this stuff though did happen. Endow when the same constitution that grants all of these rights that people on the left have taken advantage of and go out and violated the law in the name of protesting when people at my side wada simply follow the law to organize it speak out. They are told they can't do it. And they're miserable and people for trying to do it. That is what a second class citizen is a second class citizen. He is a citizen. That's not allowed to do with first class. Citizens are allowed to do. What do you think first classmen second classmen second class means that you don't have the same rights as the other people do and i'm in that category two we are the skull the earth with the ones that the the elitists have simply decided have no right to really do anything on the other hand. If you're on their side you can do anything. You wide sometimes liberals become second-class citizens themselves. You know how that happened. No well maybe you think of it incident in which there was what you saw liberal becoming a second class citizen right in front of you. This year i got one right off the top of my head in short when they were having those george floyd protests in the protesters were covered up was oakland and the woman wanted drive into the was it a metro market which i think is the metro market or something and they're blocking or ways if you stopped her car in the street the people marching up the street and black at traffic and doing all of this. They're allowed to do that. But this level was wasn't allowed to her car. She was a second class citizen because they decided that the cause that the people who are first class citizens the marchers were engaging in was legitimate and therefore if she's not quite she's good abstract that 'cause she's got no right whatsoever and the next thing you know he's yell at her. She spits in his face and she's now the most hated person on the planet that story could have been easily reversed one wonders if the african american candidate spit in the face of the woman would he be despise the she is. I see. this is what happens when we break the great american provice. The american promise has never been fully delivered. I grant that but until recently we aspired to it. And i would say the best example of the american promise is the lady holding the scales of justice one of the most famous iconic statues court to court houses all over the country habit statue. Don't show the scales of justice the ladies blindfolded she's holding the scales and the one scales down here in the other scales over their way headed and she's got blindfolded. The blindfold means doesn't matter who you are going to be judge. You gotta be treated fairly now. Have we always lived up to of course not but it's at least always better goal. Set a goal. Eddie bar the coming right out and say members of the economy of the united states are calling on facebook too bad and then they list the names of all the americans that should be thrown off facebook. Trump's family websites breitbart gateway pundit. They should be thrown off a facebook. This is what members of congress demanding adding if you heard anybody. Demand that communist china be thrown off and facebook city said that the leaders of iran should be thrown out the facebook. You can take the bus vile awful horrible people in the world but they're not being recommended for being thrown off facebook because they're not second class citizens not no. It's only conservative. Americans that are being told. You don't have rights you're scum and because you're scum you're going to be treated like scub- i could cite examples of this for the remainder of the program but it's not necessary. It's just the reality that exists right now so the question becomes if indeed. We are second class and being treated as such. How do you move forward now. Some people can sit there and denied another out but it is going. I'd you think tom barrett a sick. The health department on a rally then bottom as was putting on this past saturday would've been there supporting. It could have been the exact same venue. Same thing i'm just telling you. I sent them out to you. Know von maze. Uncleared frank nydia at the given the fact the fact that frank has been kicked right off the top of the blue but right now they're having this feud that's go at odd. I just suggesting. Do you think that if there was a bunch of people celebrating the biden event this past week at washington and some trump supporters went up instead of beating the hell out of him throwing fireworks adam and slug it up in the face of the cops are. Dc would have stood by done nothing. I don't so given that that's the lay of the land. Where do you go from here to simply say well. I exercise my rights. That's not good enough because they're taking your rights away from you. You don't have the same rights you only have the right. You may have a right but if they're not allowing you to exercise it you may as well not have it. It's like having your checkbook without any chats. I guess now if you hit the w could write virtual check. I'd all those examples. I think i did it once in the show of things that in and of themselves useless my favorite is this goes back to my college or when this is it implement that we use. Is there anything part while useless and a quarter barrel without tapper. Better great example. I mean there it is what are you gonna do. Another thing with your teeth. Cut blows me away. That i actually would be part of a group of people surrounded by a quarter barrel and we would drink it about half a beer right now. Let's let's so while you may have these rights if you're not allowed to exercise them do you have or are they take it from you by people who are raping the concept of this country not wanna be all sour pussy about the whole thing. Go on mark levin idea. He's kinda crabby guy is that he mark lipid. I choose to try to present my kravitz. But at least a little bit of huber mark accurately describes the lay of the land and he describes what happens when our liberties taken away from us that he's not happy about it. So do you have a right. If you're not allowed to exercise it it is a theoretical question. It's real and now take it the other way the people who have no right to do something but are allowed to do it. So ponder that question if you don't have a legal right to do something but we allow you to do it anyway. Do you in fact have the right to do it. Essentially you do because you did it. And nobody's gonna stop so. I guess you do have the right to do it. So if you're a lefty you ever right to walk up to wa. Does the cops and scrape yellow face and that right. But if you're me you can't do that if you're a lefty you have a right to bust up buildings and do all the damage. They did in madison. But if you're a conservative academy stand on the sidewalk by yourself. Well the flag. That's taken away from you so to say well we just have to keep your exercising our rights. That isn't good enough because you're not being allowed to exercise your rights my answer while they sense. I think you're looking for what is you can't let adversity stop you. Some people quitters. They don't like to lose essentially their babies. I remember as a kid you ever play like. This is a monopoly in for this game. That took a long time to play. Monopoly would always take forever monopoly. Would last one by one person at all the buddy you you play monopoly when you're a kid or not really good at it. I mean the problem with monopoly was just you got i. Well no you erase strategy involved in it because you could buy and sell properties about another. The dumbbells would like overpay for your abilities. All of that stuff. Everybody knew boardwalk at park place. Those are the two biggies. Because you'll need to the two-to-one the black there right. Yeah it'd mean okay. Somebody overpays boardwalk at park lay. Said then the next thing you know. They're bankrupt because they are play monopoly. And you're about to lose your dowd like fifty dollars and you've got to be tapped out you know at the tendency is don't you to grab that whole board and flip it up in the group. Everybody else's game. There are people like that in sports. We call them fairweather fads. Your team stinks. You don't pay any attention to them. I don't have a problem with fairweather fads. It's not much fun to watch a football team that three and thirteen. So if you don't watch to watch him not criticize except he's a fair weather fan. I'm just say fair weather fans never enjoy success because it mr willing to cross through all of the glass. You don't really appreciate it what you have those rare moments of success you go to the bucks games member one. You can go to bucks games forty years ago whenever that was that always these people if a good team was coming into town like back. When jordan was with the bulls and when. Kobe was the lakers. They'd where all this lakers. Seattle lebron now. Those people were at laker fans. There were only laker fans with the lakers. Had called me and then the became laker fans again with the lake. Brad with the lakers. Stunk between they weren't there there photo. He's they come and cheer for a team because the team wins almost all the time. I get okay. You get to go to a game and cheer for the team. This got to win the team that you want to wet his good. Why do that. Why not just all do that. Well the answer is not much of a payoff at it. Because you don't get the same kind of elation that you get for somebody who has a true fag. Getting back to the point that i make a lot of people don't like to lose and they quit the be some people after this election. I'm not gonna vote again. What good is it. Do we take that attitude. Lot of quitters that are out there but the more you quit the worst things get what you have to do is figure out. Even the playing field is not even how to win anyway. I use a football analogy. But i don't have would so use a horse racing analogy i venture yesterday's program that there are quite a few people in horse racing cheat with drugs if you want to abuse horses and you don't wanna get break you break the rules. You can't do that. So how do you beat them. You got to figure out how to be better than they are. Because you're overcoming the fact that they're cheating it can be frustrating but the alternative is to not involved that. If you want to be involved you could either lose to them or or figure out a way to beat of and that's what has to be done here. You've gotta figure out a way to beat them at. I am going to tell you that. Even though we are all second class citizens people on my side. It's not a loss cards. It's remarkable how they've second class that's for the last four years and we still have half the country. Nobody knows what the actual result of the election is ten million ballots. Fraudulent ballots was at sex. I don't know. I don't mean six million. I mean like six as in one more than five but the country couple of percentage points either way is a divided country. And would you say the amount of passion that exists on my side though passion. The left the patch of the left leftovers during the summit a riot. And that's it. How many people are the left for eddie. Cars are willing to stand outside in cold weather for nine hours. They do nothing but waved flags and clap after an hour. The half the gotta start throwing the rocks. Gotta chant the obscenities than all of that stuff. They're port appears they got nowhere doing it. My side actually has passionate quebec biden. Was the loser. Do you think half a million people have a dc over the weekend peacefully marching. They'd be part of the city down because they don't have the passionate commitment to just go out there and let their faces so this is a sprint that we second-class citizens have. Here's the other thing. This is a good on. I'm going to go to the break with it. In fact this is really good. i but underlined. It's so good the group that you're at in life and in this case we're dividing ourselves into let's do it by the election. Just say people voted for biden. People voted for trump which then pretty much divides into one of two groups. It's that always a given. But if you know certain things about someone where they live or what. They look like or what their job is. You've got a very good chance of any able to predict group that there red clearly. Let's call them. The elitist trumpers the two groups. The latest look down their noses. It just loathe the trumpers. They've load them forever they're angry. They voted for trump in the first place. They just hate the hate the way they think they hate the fact that they weren't just listen to what they're told to do about that. They will listen at anything else. That support trump when they think is just a terrible human being they they hate us and most people are trump supporters. Look at the lead us to think what about yourself. Important knobs people who couldn't solve a single problem on their own. Somebody else has to do it for them. They have to hire somebody to do what they have to follow instructions. They think they're so doggone smart yes they're they are miserably unhappy themselves. They think that they have all of this moral superiority there vegetable and that i will say this one thing even on saturday i just don't see the savage bitterness on the part of trump's supporters some depressed and sad but they're all still happy cheerful. So this leads the question of leave it. You think that. Think about this during the break. How'd you end up in the group. The end up in pretty much other than the people don't care at all everybody in the country's in either the trump group or the leaker of right howdy end up in the group that you're in a better question than you think it is. You're obviously the trump group right. You're not of the elite group ended up there. You're right see. I wasn't a complicated question you chose to be in that group. How people end up in the elite group. They chose to being their choice debate. Think about that. The said port and putnam but to make three fifty news. Talk seven thirty w i. It's time for rapid traffic. Eleven thirty keep listening to joe walsh. He always makes me laugh. There's other parts of saudi is the bubby to. He's got all these good guitar solos in. Let's just listen to this not miserable. The world is past would have see my generation. The baby boomers for things which we we are responsible for ninety nine percent of the problems of the world. We can at least say we gave you the music. Who'd you have it. Loaded up bats. Good like i was in college. There'd be an album with stuff this good. That would come out every day by somebody else and somebody else and somebody else's somebody else. Plus walsh is crazy. It's crazy right. He would be an example of somebody who you think people are crazy crazy or do you think that they just look crazy because we already know that they're crazy so therefore we societa the way we work with. Pm crazy the ladder. Except don't you think if you just saw joe walsh and you didn't who he was you'd understand that he was crazy yes see. That's why everything everything about her by the just do you think he actually is crazy. Or it's an act. I think he's he's he's crazy right all of his songs over crazy. I mean they're they're all fati was the guy that he pulses. He was the first guy that take the hotel to put it on the ceiling. Yeah chai childish but you know baby boomer contributions to the world. I didn't forget what we where i was making important point. Everybody has told. And what i say. Everybody i mean everybody who actually is an opinion leader access to the media. Celebrities rockstars news media college. Professors high school teachers. Anybody who really is at opinion influence her has told people what the proper group to be. An is in. That's the group that it's not the trump group. It's the other what everybody said you get. You know your yes the slime ball unless you read our group yet. Half the country is chosen to go and the other group. And that's why. I asked the question of paul paul's clearly in the group of trump. He's not in this group of snobby elitists and so on. Why this trump group way you like like these people that are holding the flags go to the rallies ed stand behind trump wherein. The mega mask said all the and that's the group that he chooses to be ended. I'm guessing at your social circles. It's crowded the group. You're and more all the time up there at ozaukee county. that's account. You can go either way on another one. That's almost fifty fifty which group you're going to be and you could find the right place at the southeastern quarterback. Whatever you'd be that other group or the dickie go up to like grafted say is cedar berg. You're fifty fifty right there on your group see. Yeah that's what i'm saying you so you're making a decision. Despite the fact that almost every influence or an opinion leader rehab in our society has told people what group to be. Half of us have still chosen to go on the other grope. There's only one way that happens. All the what are group's right when to be it now. I know that that sounds simplistic. What else could possibly explain it. How do you get so many people to do something that everybody is telling them not to do unless it actually is the right thing to do right and i think back to again but i was a kid. Everybody wanted to be part of the cool. Click and all of that stuff. And of course most of us couldn't be because the cool click by definition was small. They look down their noses at everybody else. It's part of human nature to be aspirational and beacon with the in crowd. Half this country has chosen not to try. We'd rather be with our crowd. Well you're saying people choose the group to be. Yes i am saying that. What of the things that made trump as popular as he was with his group why they've been so loyalty him is indeed people believe that trump has my back. They believed that this is a guy. That's actually fighting for me. None of these other elitist separate there they just gave us lip service but if you left the group you wouldn't need trump to be fighting for you. Would you just leave the grope. Some have you've got some families that are split. I've gotten emails. The classic fight in the suburbs. It's not always this way but more often than not. Dad is the trump group and mama's in the elite group and they argue about it. There are a few that the other way but we see the voting patterns. We see that the strength that trump has with suburban males and the strength that the democrats had especially this election suburban females a choices that people make which one you want to go in. But you could opt into the other group. I pull charlie sites pollen opt over to the other group that you could say well. I wouldn't have the audience that i'd have and so that's true but my guess is that if i actually let's just imagine i was coldly manipulative and didn't have any principles that i just decided jumped ship. I'm smart enough. That i could part. If i'm just a cynical dank. I bet i'm smart enough. That i could pilot that into a fair amount of success. I could write the book it the ghost rider about the lessons. I've learned being down here in this quagmire with the trump supporters and i concur that into giving speeches to some business groups of talent about how i saw the light and all that. I'm not saying it'd be sincere. But i could pull it off very comfortable who. I am comfortable the group that i been why. 'cause i right. It's the only way that's group can still be half the country. We have to be right because everybody's telling us that to be edited. We're not allowed to do anything. We're told that we're just awful. Human beings were shoved a rat. We're just looked out a pod who wants to be in the group that looks out a pod india where they've had the caste system base that where you're born you're in the certain past the what level of society rid if it was joyti why nobody would join the one. You're exile to it. I say we could leave. I mean if you left it became a never trumper. I don't know if i could have your produce the program. But i think it'd be hard don't you it. It just be hard conflict. If you're not on the same page ideologically as the producer of the show. But i mean let's imagine you were independently wealthy or your wife sold even more houses than she did. And you just decided that you can't put up with this wing stuff you leave. What what's anybody can do about it on my say. Nothing right nothing you did leave. Why because you know you're right and you'd rather be with the group that's right and the reason that you're willing to put up with all these people that everybody else says the scope of the earth is your realising you're hanging around with the smart group of people because they're the ones that have figured it out despite the fact that everybody's told them that the ride you gotta keep that as we go forward here as they try to take away all of our rights and max off a facebook and say you can't say this you can't say that you can't say the other thing you're a big at your monster your terrible person. You're stupid you gotta know you're right and half this country still where right and if we weren't bullied in blood as we bet if we had a fair news media if we didn't have such bias oliver institutions seventy percent of the country. We think the way we do. There was a time in which almost everybody in. This country was patriotic. There was a time that almost everybody supported free speech. There was a taivon which almost everybody said that we have to respect the opinions of others. Were not at that stage eddie bar. We didn't change they did. They decided that they can win. The game by cheating by fighting unfairly at we've decided what's the point of having a country that set up like that. We prefer the one that actually does try. Even if we don't always succeed but at least try to deliver on the notion of equality rights and freedom of speech and freedom of expression and freedom of religion and the freedom to own your guns and all of the other freedoms that we have that our original founders said. We're in salt lake biden thing it'll be with be i'll just you know the other thing. Get your this not going to be four years. What what are you. Let's make our guests is right now. I what day will. Joe biden not be the president united states. What's the first day pablo. They'd give me your day gaby and date february. I twenty twenty two. That's not even that long. You they said it's not for years you're only giving up. What why. I think about that. You said you'd say you're on the long and you're only twenty five percents one turbe. I will say thanksgiving of next year. He's not the president. I also believe that the democrats are going to be more. Hell bent to get rid of him than you think. And that's one of the things that basis my prediction here remember. That was the thing that the you know the that the democrats never really figured out with prompt that even if they got rid of them you still would have had pads. It's not like they would have had pelosi as the president or it. Would you know. Hillary clinton would have come back in and taking over the office that there are. There is a huge faction of the democratic party. That wants to get out of this revolution. Despite the fact that the electoral results clearly indicated that the american people don't want that so the conclusion to all of this in first of all accepting the era second class citizen. And you're not going to be able to exercise all of the rights that other people have and you're not allowed to think that the way that you're thinking is you're right and the reason i grew up as large as it is is because we are right. It's the only possible explanation for our group being the size that it is after all the crap that has been given to us it might be more than half the country. No one really knows and there is no way of knowing for certain how many votes were cast in this election the more indications we get that there were fraudulent ballots. Though you could start extrapolating how many were there. I don't know the stories that are coming in now that it was constant that for the many of the people's voting is now marked online. The thing you're hearing i. It's people are checking their relatives and people with alzheimer's intervention the nursing home. That aren't supposed to be voting. You're seeing. we're getting a lot of these coming in. People are checking in. They're finding that their relatives listed as having voted in the election and they never authorized it. They have parv attorney. How did this happen well. How many of those people voted for trump like none. That's just the starters. Wait and people start checking you know the guy. Seven houses down the street who moved in two thousand thirteen and now lives in scottsdale. Suddenly somebody voted for that person at it wasn't him down there in scottsdale. Somebody within this will all happen. The more people are able to check. And this isn't even look at it. The purge list or any of the other stuff you just people checking people that they know in their on. Personalize the other thing. People always talk. You're already getting a lot of whistle blower affidavits in michigan and pennsylvania and so on a few of the people were in on it. They'll talk well change. Anything just means that we don't know for certain exactly how many people did vote one way. And how many people didn't voted the other and again on that topic. You are told everybody on. My side is being told that you are out wacko. If you think that this election result wasn't on the up and up yet. I think most trump supporters don't think it was on the up and up even even i take even though everybody's telling you wacko. What does that tell you if this many people think something even though everybody's telling to think that way and you're a really bozo if you think that maybe you're right. How else is an idea. That goofy survive. Unless it's actually correct thirty w by ascend mark afternoons. Shall we have something going on today at an issue to be about to hear your that bid on the deal that we do online action after we have them they always have a blowout sale. It's not an actually just put the stuff that didn't sell on sale for a price and now it's just like amazon dot com. You're buying for that. But it's way below what the actual price is. This is the businesses that have the items that are willing to get rid of it at a significant discount for all the reasons that people do that Up there so what they do. Is they take the retail price. They started like sixty five percent below retail. And so odd. I think you can bid or you can buy some of it directly but it's like a blowout sale anyway just go to the website did milwaukee dot com and it ends at seven o'clock. Tonight is the information i see here. They still calling it bidding but I looked at a couple of things. And you can clearly buy something for that price especially when there's multiple writing solitaire so check that out to milwaukee dot com all right texted word. Four o'clock word ball fortune cash contest. That back the word as cash. C a s h cash. I have other interesting question to give it a moment but first let's finish this off. Cash c a s h cash texts that into two hundred two hundred thousand dollars cash. You'll get a text confirming entry. Plus i already standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. This is a good question of all the sports that we have in the united states which sport itself i don't mean everything about it but which act she will game or or competition is the most interesting to just follow and think about it so on in other words not the sports so much the game which the most interesting game. We have pulses gulf. I i actually think football. I take the the game of football. It's really interesting the way they've come up with so many things that you can do within the context of the rules and there's so many different elements of football that one that the one doesn't have anything to do with the other. I did the importance. We talked about. the citing of David backyard the left tackle but he does with his position has almost nothing to do with say. What the what what what what are the safeties does the way the game itself is constructed. And how the clock is such an integral part of it. The concept of four downs ten yards for a i. It's just a lot in football. That is very very interesting. Football has a lot of downsides as well for me the fact that the games are so damn lying that replay just kills the game by taking long as does the fact that injuries being that so many of the players that try to follow end up not being with the team. These are all sides to the game in terms of just the way. The game itself is created unbelievably interesting by the same token. If you asked me which what's the least interesting game or major sport that we have i would say at soccer. What element components. Either that i get that. There's certain skills that you haven't ha- move the ball around the basically tried to get the ball down to your end of the field and kick it into the big rectangle right. I haven't i. Haven't i just give ninety eight percent of it i know there's more nuance to it. But the weather and the game is interesting isn't the whole thing and whether the sport is interesting. Now ask me which sport i'd i'd most likely to be. I would most want to watch. Which isn't the same as this more interesting. I for me it's for the nba basketball because the athleticism that you see to me. It's like going to the ballet or really this the circus what you would see the What do you call the performance the air not acrobats but the area i guess the acrobats it. Yeah and the ones that fly into the air on the visual just the actual visit physically seeing the skills that these players have now. I said in person rather than on television you lose some of it there but seeing the speed the ball moves around and just the incredible athleticism in the shots that they make and so on that trump's the fact that a game i don't think it's his thing then a lot of people say was thinking man's game is baseball but with all the strategy that it has unfortunately baseball has lost much of that because the people that are in charge of baseball figured out a way to get rid of most of the strategy. And it's i'll just strikeouts at home runs. Strikeouts at home runs strikeouts in home runs. One of the things that made baseball interesting was all of these intricacies decisions and they've taken all of that out of the game. You're right now. Paul mentions olympic sports. I'll give you one of the least interesting. But one of the greatest watch the one hundred yard dash no the interesting about it. Get out of the thing. Run as fast as a kid who gets there first but boy is that incredible to see so the fact that something is interesting doesn't mean it's the greatest thing out there to watch you wondering where all of that is leading nowhere the clock you more. We've already done the four o'clock word. No that leads nowhere. Just the sort of thing we could get out of this goofball that does the show which would be me at as i said if you're somebody that didn't find that interesting you're probably just never gonna get used to this show because it's the way the show is not paul curling. Curling curling is interesting so much. He's weird i. it's the thick of it. Is you see. Do this thing with the brooms of the going. Back and forth the problem i have with. It is the next guy doesn't it. It's the same thing. I'll give you another one. That's awfully dog monotonous. Not very interesting but it's still sort of fun to watch it that's bowling. I mean you're either. Tried to make a strike spare and face. It isn't the spare of the most interesting thing to watch. I especially if it's Losing my marbles here a split yes split. it's a split. You'll like that sort of interesting. See if they can make it especially if it's the really good bowlers who I once made. I want it. I think it was the six sabah. I don't think it was the fourteen. I i just i just be. That's way more impressive than make strike. I made one well. Well i mean. I i i did it legitimately didn't bounce out of the chandler anything. I just shaved the pin and itslit over. There is cata miraculous. Because i wasn't using at the time of really heavy balls. You had just click it exactly right. Well ya bowling is one of those sports that the thing. The advantage the bowling is is that it's something that almost anybody can do and reach the level. I don't mean the overall level of success but anybody can throw a strike. You know even dumb luck. Roll the ball down there. It's gonna hit something it's to do it. I could for the rest of my life friday. He had a four hundred and twenty foot home run. I never got to hit the ball that hard. But i've got a chance of rolling that thing in there so you know the thing that separates great baller support ball is that they do at virtually every time they do it whereas other people. It's very very hard to do. But it's one of those sports that you know that would be like i think shooting sports. You know anybody could darts. Anybody can make a bullseye. You're just not gonna make it almost every single time like the ones who are really good at it. Paul said to cancel bowling leagues. Well people have asked me where he did it by the way. Extend the mask order now through january. I think the masks. I i don't know if i've got to be able to get away with not wearing a mask for the rest of their life. I be when this thing is cured. They're just gotta to be another thing coming down they're gonna make us put those masks back on right. Well yeah but then when the next then there's the next day then the time the flu comes around why you think they're not gonna make us put masks back on. I just saying that this is the trend of the world Iverson his latest order is not a lacked order at all. What's going on here. I believe that he is trying to get the money from the legislature. And that's why he is pushing an order here to lockdown things any farther than he has the one thing that tony evenings needs the republican legislature for. They have to pass a bill to give him money and he's got all this money that he wants to send to the cities and all this other money. It'll be cova but that throw somebody at the schools. Because they lost their said he needs them for the money so he is trying. I think to not kick the legislature in the teeth by imposing a bunch of orders that they're not in favor of because he's tried to get the money now if they pass a bill and give him money will sandbag them. You'll start screwing with yours. But i think that's what's going on there. move on sanding up for milwaukee. This is the mark belling show on news. Talk eleven thirty. W why asset pollen. I threw our ideas. Raxit pretty close together. I said thanksgiving. And paul said about a year after inauguration when joe biden would not be the president of the united states a couple of months apart whether the questions i've asked myself and i don't know the answer is named the date in which i my first electric vehicle i want one. I think it's a superior technology on the other hand. They're certainly a limited number of them. That are out there right now. there is at one. That's exactly right and for me like most other people. The key is the rage i read. Porsche has an incredible. They call it the ticon. Try to spell taikang though where you'll get it right but do you think it spelled wrong. You're not even close. It's tay a. y. At how that turns into thai cod. But but i mean it's ranges two hundred and thirty miles or side and painted the bud and no good if you're going to go any kind of a lengthy distance With it so. I don't know what it's going to be but i like everybody else. I'm going to gravitate toward it when it becomes feasible to be able to use it. I want to dive into the story that we broke on the program yesterday that some news organizations have reported on and others have not one of the three people who have become media celebrities in town by leading protests in milwaukee over the course of twenty twenty is in jail right now facing allegations of sexual assault. Some of the media have not felt comfortable reporting on the story because he hasn't been charged on the other head whenever somebody provident is arrested for anything. The media usually reports that persons name but in this instance the guy actually facebook live his arrest and then named the woman who's making the accusation against him. It's all out there so i don't think that there's any particular point did not reporting what's going on for those of you who were not listening to the show. Yesterday this all happened monday night. Police went to the apartment on the east side of milwaukee where frank nitty whose legal name is frank sensabaugh lives. There were responding to a report from a woman that days earlier. She had been sexually assaulted by nettie when the police were there. Frank started streaming the situation on facebook live. I don't have a particular problem with that. And as i've said with regard to police body cameras the more this is done the better. I think it is police officers and to franks credit. He was polite in his responses to the officers said they were working out. How it is that. You're gonna we're gonna get you into jail. So did so odd. At which point another provident member of the so called movement the term that they use or see thurman walks around and according to police. You don't see it on the camera. He popped one of the cops in the face thurman is referred to by everybody a seato nitty apologize for that was the end but he did name on his video. The woman that's making the allegations are i am not going to name her. It is generally not accepted to name victims of sexual assaults unless they choose to go public. Tell the story themselves. I will however mention that. This is somebody that is known to frank and it's known within the circles of the mood and what has happened and it was happening prior to this. Is that this whole movement saturdays. George floyd anti police protests in milwaukee protesting at walmart. Oh so on. It is fractured and they are feuding with one another. What are the other extremely. Well known figures that leads in over the protests in milwaukee vaughn maze both vaud in frank ten during their for their protests who livestream them and there are thousands of people who watch this and they become celebrities under themselves. They've also become in the community sort of cult figures. Many people consider them to be charismatic. At heroic vaughn is taking shots at frank particularly in light of the most recent incident like every other fight that goes on fought mostly on facebook. This what is remarkably personal. And i'm certainly not going to read all of the things that are said but on facebook when you consider that a conservative can post anything on facebook. It is amazing to me what these people are allowed to get away with a facebook. They are people that are just now calling the accuser aligarh. There are others that are out and making accusations about frank and all of the money that he raised on his washington. Dc march wondering. We're all of that money. Wed and that is the whole situation that i think drives the problem here. The whole friend walter. Feral palmer panelists had bellingham companies famous statement. That he i swear. He worked in every show throughout the body to body. Well they say it's about the money it's always about the money follow the money was watergate while the ribbon ever. There was a dispute over. Walter is the body. It's always about the money well usually is. And in this instance. There is a lot of money associated with this because most of the people that i leading these protests set up go fund pages to support them. There are no foundations that are set up here with auditing boards of directors. The just ask it for the money frank. Nettie did lead this march to washington. Why did he lead the march to washington. Well i don't know. But i know he set up a gofundme page and the amount of money that was donated to his claws on there was shocking people who just gave money well who frank give the money to and who got to share in the expenses and so on this is the genesis now of this feud that's going on where people are fighting and arguing with one another. There are people who are in france orbit and remain loyalty him that are ripping everybody else in. There are people who think that frank is not on the up and up and now maybe worth. Maybe a sex criminal they're ripping him and they're all fighting and screaming and yelling at one another. And what you notice. Is that this movement in the cause. The racial justice and police brutality. And all of this stuff is just secondary and you've got a lot of people that are in a bleeping match here and that's all. It is with regard to the allegations against him. I don't know if they're true. Whenever you have someone who knows the other person accusing them of sexual assault. They're always through sides of the story. And the thing that is fascinating here about this and it's truly fascinating is that has the sort through these two stories the very organization that the one thing they all of them do agree on is that they hate the police. The police and then the district attorney's office the police do the investigation. Come up with a reports. Provide all the information and handed over the da's office and they decide whether or not there is a credible case to bring criminal charges on so in the end this group in the movement. That's nothing all twenty twenty about crap all over. The police say there are a bunch of racists monsters when there was an allegation of sexual assault. Who did they take it to the police and now that there is an investigation into this. Who are the accused going to provide information to try to clear their names. The police and who is it that the district attorney's office is going to have to rely to do the investigation into the leg. Work in this whole sordid episode ugly as it is sexual. Assault allegations had nothing to be trifled with. They're very serious and again. I have no idea their true. How would i. What has not been present. However through this entire episode all year in milwaukee has been any kind of critical coverage of who these people are that are leading the so called will but the media has anointed them as celebrities of about racial justice. And so on. And maybe some legitimately do and maybe some are just hustlers. That are out there using this causes an opportunity to shake down a buck. Who knows i will tell you this. Though to my knowledge the only editors that reported on this in the mainstream media side for me r. j. us online and channel six if you had a prominent milwaukee area conservative in jail right now on an allegation of right everybody would be reported and again. I'm not prejudging the allegation. Because i don't know if it's true and i suspect everybody involved in this move but here doesn't think a whole lot of me. I don't really know frac- daddy bumped in anything to blonde maze. But i don't know him. And i have no idea whether it is somebody who'd be involved in something like this. I don't know i know the identity because frank names her in his social media stream and facebook fights that they're having right now. Her name is mentioned repeatedly. I know she is and it's all just out there and they are very very publicly on social media. Warring this out as i've been telling you during these protests there have been different factions von as does his thing. Frank does his thing. There are a couple of other people that are very prominent. That are out there doing their stuff. There are a couple of women that have become very big deals within. You know the community or the movement doing their stuff at everybody's choose it upsides and it's all throwing this stuff back and forth this that and the other thing and the white group that seems not to be the object of their vitamins. The police because suddenly the people who hate the police the most now realize there is only one group that we have they can go and sort through this sort of thing and give us any protection. The police in the end. Franks alleged. Victim called the cops and probably right now fragrance. Lawyer are taught to the cops for all that we put on. The police said again. The district attorney's office not the police ultimately make the decision on charging but for all that we put on the police. Even the people who hate the police find that when they're in trouble the police are the only ones that can sort all of this out. This is not gonna all be taken care of on facebook given the anger and the wrath. That's at office with huge issue. Just read some of the stuff. That's going to pull the separate here. I don't think i'll name her. She's a prominent had well-known leader of the movement. Who is in franks orbit. She's got opposed in which she trash it. All over vaughan. Mays who as i say the providence leader of these protests citing a number of von's court cases referring to him as a backstabbing friend. All he does is use you what he needs viewers and followers and she goes on and on and on and on vaughan for his sake on his posts are saying that frank wants to be a leader of a movement. He can't be conducting himself. The way that he conducts himself had he discredits the clause and they've all got their arguments that they've all got this that and the other thing they say when they're all out there doing their cash apps you know in which give me money and it goes into my cash app account and there's no accountability for eddie of it. These things off and end up moving in the direction that they will begin to end. It makes you wonder how many of these leaders from the beginning carrot. It all about this. So-called causes oppose the seeing it as an opportunity to make a lot of money for people are wondering why it is that frank just decided up in the middle of all these protests that he was just going to march to walk to washington. Dc the fact that he was raising money the entire time might be an answer to that question and again if somebody wants to give somebody money to do something. It's a free country by. Come on the air and say oh. I don't think i'd be allowed to do it. But you like my show. Giving money. I go fudd. Just pay me. Hey i'll just take the buddy. I mean if somebody wants to do what they want to do it the more money that is involved in anything in life. I don't care what it is. Religion politics lobbying drugs prostitution. The more money is involved in anything the markham that people end up chasing the money rather than the reason that they got involved in the thing in the first place sports next we're going to move to wa wa tosa where very interesting development has occurred in the officer. Men's case he has cut a deal with the city of walla tosa in which he has reside. We're going to talk about that. We're also going to be talking about. How suddenly the while. Tosa police have decided that they're going to pay close attention to protesters. Oh but which protesters about this which protests. There's do you think the tosa police have decided to put on notice that they are not gonna take any crap from the pro. Trump protesters the pro-trump protesters. So if you've been wondering where why were police department was all these months that everybody is breaking the law. Right and left. I guess they were waiting for a couple of trump's supporters to actually go up and say that they were going to exercise their constitutional rights. That gets him in the crosshairs. So we'll get to that stuff including you really do wonder sometimes why your way steady time backing a police. Department like wawa tosa. When the first opportunity they get they decide to pull the f- you know pull zipper doubt ed. Take a whiz all over your face. You know what. I beat you know what i mean. Is that too graphic for you kind of the way. My show works isn't it. We did established by the way the devin harris was the lowest draft choice. Ever chosen from the state of wisconsin and again paul. Paul said he got. Did you say you got calls on that. If people were talking rapid wisconsin not. Oh who does dave michaels have is. Does he have another exception. All his was wrong. So you've got only mentioned you so you didn't you just said somebody gave you a bunch of wrong answers but instead you name. Dave michaels is somebody who came in with raw gazza's. Why who did he name. I guess what. I said wisconsin. I met wisconsin board now. Wisconsin badgers your and michael. Finley is not from wisconsin. He played at the university of wisconsin. All being brought up because harry's halliburton oshkosh is expected to be drafted early in the nba. Draft tonight anywhere between say fourth and tenth is projected to go and that's just the case of a guy who's a spectacular athlete. They thinking grow because he was only know klay player of state. That's the answer. As far as we can tell. Devon harris was the first actual native of the state of wisconsin. He played a tulsa east coast. Oh wait a minute by right about that right. Yeah towards the east and then at the university of wisconsin. So we're counting kids. Who grew up in wisconsin and not necessarily where they played college basketball news. Talk eleven thirty. W i s and mark belling late afternoon show. I know why we may be restored out the way that we did because their parents just decided to raise as if we were like wolff's govan addict when you were a kid kind of an addict. Was it like a barn attic or an attic above the house or do storage. Did you have was there installation. And they're like you know like in keating insulation. we had insulation on the floor of it because that was above. You know the ceiling. I still remember this. Edit was that fiberglass it's the stuff fiberglass and i think there was a specialist in there. What do you think kids are doing. We'd be up at the attic role that around at that stuff. All the time there was. I remember. I remember itching and scratching. I remember there was fiberglass and there was a specialist panels. I think i don't know if they have a ripped any of that stuff out. But nobody cared about eddie. Those things did nothing. Nothing five kids in the school of measles you go to school anyway. This close everything down. I do believe that one of the reasons we've changed our attitudes a lot of people of my generation of tried to reverse the way we've raised as opposed through me. Think it is perfectly fine to throw you out into the world and every generation canada's opt the opposite of the one that came up prior to them. Let's move to wallet. Tosa officer mensa the police officer involved in the three fatal shootings over the last number of years including the most recent at mayfair mall earlier in the year who was suspended pending firing by the fire and police commission while the tosa on the recommendation of the city council. And the mayor. He has decided to stop to not fight. His firing and a deal has been cut in which men say is resigning from the police department. Because he is residing. There's nobody to fire what's going on here. Well you have to ask yourself whose interest is it. That mensa quit his job. And the answer is weirdly. It's in officer meneses interest and in the city of warwick tosses interest. Let me explain why if mensah is fired it means that the city will have to come up with a reason that would stand up to a legal challenge for fire again. In other words they would have to establish who does that higher in harm's both of them. Why we all know that. There are lawsuits cubby kimberly motliest swirling around like a vulture with her lawsuits. Coming certainly in the case of the most recent shootings at mayfair. If all the tosa fires him that means they've drawn the conclusion that he did something wrong. It makes her case easier to prove. Hey you've got to give my victims family money because the guy did something wrong likewise for officer mensah who faces the potential of being sued. Personally he now does not have a judgment from his employer that he did anything wrong. He simply reside so. I believe that what happened here. Is that the attorneys for both sides realized that the best way to avoid significant liability in a civil lawsuit is to simply have officer mensa reside officer mexican continue to maintain that he didn't do anything wrong in a former tulsa is sued. They can defend officer and the way that he performed his job at his. Doty's i don't believe that there is any money here that is going to be receiving. I think that this was simply strategic decision on the part of both of them as to the most prudent way to move forward saying okay. Now we automobile and we ought to. We ought to provide. We ought to move on we to move on. It isn't quite that simple while the leadership may not appreciate it. The fact of the matter is is that a lot of people don't like the fact that this officer was thrown under the bus and you have a police department at walmart tulsa that realizes it does not have the support when they most needed of their community. Well tosses at a real crossroads we see by voting patterns in terms of how the last election turned out which biden won decisively that it's no longer anything approaching. A fifty fifty community is significantly liberal community. It's a community tolerated utter lawlessness for months. Yet it's also a community that's budget including its massive. School budget is backed up by significant commercial. Investment the whole mayfair strip not to mention the other commercial properties. Well this pays a huge portion of the budget with regard to the property taxes that they have to pay if you allow all of that to go to hell by simply continuing to reward obnoxious lawless. This year have much of a future as a community. There's a proposal right now for a big high rise apartment complex that johnny vassallo's group is running at the corner of blue mound and Highway one hundred across the street from One of his mosaic pubs at a lot of the residents are opposing it. Because they think it's too big it's too much. It's too much commotion this that and the other thing so a community that was willing to tolerate month after month after month of riots and people who don't even live at walla tosa now does waddell at a lot of law abiding people live at a high rise on. Maybe the busiest intersection. I think it is the busiest intersection of the state of wisconsin Blue mounted highland hundred. So toews has got all of that stuff in front of it and they can continue to govern themselves as a bunch of liberal flakes. But if they do. They're going to become the walkie and their identity as a suburb. That was a significant step up for the quality of life that you saw a lot of other places in milwaukee might be shot. We come back after the break. I'm gonna tell you about the watterson police department. Now putting the pro-trump protesters who are planning an event on saturday. I notice the same tosa police department. That sat back at ignored one after another after another. After another. after another and allowed its members to be insulted to their face repeatedly the wildwood tulsa police department getting orders from the mayor to be a bunch of a foods or is the leadership of the waubosa police department morphing into a bunch of buffoons. I made some comments at the beginning of the program about second-class citizens this next segment will prove it so. Stick around for that in that loss to be giving in the fall. Porch and cash contest texted. Were eleven thirty. W by mark belling made afternoon show. As you probably know there was a big pro-trump rally that was held this past saturday at serb hall milwaukee. The city of walkie health inspectors came out and made threats to serb hall. Saying hey even though these people are out doors. You're violating our covid rules for one thing. They're not seated and because they're not seated. They don't have the chairs far enough apart so they threatened to shut down serb hall and serve hall through the protest the to the trump supporters out. And say hey you gotta leave. The city's gonna shut us doubt it brought out the worst in some people in fairness. They turned on the guy from serb hall rather than understand their on somebody else's property and like it or not. They got to put up with their rules. The larger point of course is what provoked the city of milwaukee. Go out to paula. A saturday and look into this given the fact that the city hasn't done one damn thing to shut down any other protests that has gone on in this city at all they waited. Until some law-abiding trump supporters decided to have a protest is suddenly. Send out the storm troopers from the health department to throw a bunch of threats around so there's gonna be another event. Sheriff clarke is one of the ringleaders of all of this. It's going to be held. This coming saturday on the sidewalk near mayfair ball while tosa sheriff clarke received an email from captain luke veteran of the waldo police department. I will read it for bait him mr clark. Good morning i am reaching out to you in advance of an event that has been posted on social media scheduled for this saturday november. Twenty first eleven. Am to one thirty pm. At or near the mayfair mall. I attempted to contact you via phone with no luck. We would all parties to express their first amendment rights peacefully and lawfully we also need to balance maintaining the safety of all the different parties that may attend the event whether in support of or against the topic there have been received. There have been recent incidents of violence between groups at these events and to that end our department will be present and monitoring the event to ensure. Everyone's safety lastly management of the mayfair mall has made it very clear to the media at odds that they will not allow political activities on their private property. Feel free to call me with any questions and thank you in advance for your cooperation now. What i find obnoxious about this is. I don't think captain better anybody from the police. Department has been sending any emails out to the people's revolutionary. Somebody else about the events that they've been holding nonstop and ad nauseam in while we're tosa. This is clearly a put you on notice that you better not break any rules. When you're out here. I certainly appreciate the fact that wa- boto says police department is once again at that situation. If a bunch of people who don't like the trump supporters show up and decide to cause trouble. You're gonna wanna have police officers there to be able to maintain the peace. The fact of the matter is however that the only protest groups that are ever put on notice that advance of stuff like this are those on the right. My guess is the overwhelming majority of the people who would show up at this event. Pro-trump support the police department just as by their actions the overwhelming majority of people who have been demonstrating in wildwood. Tosa all summer. Hate the tosa police department. So which is the group. That's put i noticed by the tosa police department the one representing the very people who support that. I made this comment earlier than make it again. If local police agencies want the rest of us they continue to support them. Start showing us. Maybe the same respect that you're gonna give one maze frank nettie and hey get off. Our backs are telling. You can't go out to the ball. You can't do this not gonna do anything they're not supposed to do. Sheriff clarke follow the law. The other people follow the law. And you wanna come out there and maintain the peaceful then maintained the peace. If any thanks from the left decide that they're going to try to take advantage of the fact that all here in front of us are a bunch of trump's supporters. I'll say this the any other community that has is going to be confronted. The situation in the future. And i've said it with regard to call but as well if you want to have the support of the people who have had your back all along. Stop looking for excuses to kick in the teeth. Wed you won't raise a finger to stop liberals who are openly violating the law in front of you and i'll put the same comment to that. Sorry excuse for a police department down in burlington. That sat there with a lot of public. Meeting to be completely disrupted had a bunch of people breaking the law right in front of them and manage to arrest no-one. This business of police automatically getting our support and the moment police decide that they're going to screw their supporters while they continue to empower the people who hate him. You'd think it'd be pretty obvious that the walmart does the police department might have a little bit appreciation for some of the people who have defended them during this long long period in which they've been under siege now. Maybe captured veterans following orders. As maybe somebody told him to send out this obnoxious little email. I made a point earlier in the program that people at my side better just accept that. We're not second class citizens. We don't have the same rights as anybody else if we want to stand out there. A bunch of people with trump flag stand up and say don't let us steal the election and saying they support president trump's salon not break a single lobby the nicest people in the world now. No that's terrible the other hand you go out there after in the middle of the street and black traffic and throw rocks. Kippur prescribed cars head so fireworks and people's faces. Not a doggone thing happens to you. Those are the rules of the game but if the police are doing decide to join the people that are enforcing these rules unfairly. They're gonna lose. I support police difficult job here. I'm going to make it clear that i'm not criticizing any members of the rank and file only criticizing those who have decided that if my side decides we want to raise a little tiny little ruckus wa tolosa. We want the same slack. Cut to us the everybody else. What happened in burlington was a disgrace and the police chief in burlington made a fool of himself and i understand. He works for a terrible mayor down there. But there's only so long. Those of us were law. Abiding are going to put up with the fact that we get punished for being loved by following all the rules with a bunch of people from out of powder. Don't even live with these communities. Could come in and shove everybody around. What are your badges for. The scales of justice are held by the lady who has blindfolded. Nobody here is asking for preferential treatment. We just want to get the same treatment that you're willing to give a bunch of criminals that is not too much to ask all right. Here's the word five o'clock word. Fortune gas conscious. Check c. h. e. k. Check texting check to two hundred two hundred two now and six o'clock instantly one two thousand dollars in cash you get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio info standard data and message rates. Apply in this. They should wide contest. So who do you think the bucks are gonna take the first out of the draft tonight. That's a question we out. Dad's fred decade right. When do they have do they have a i. Don't pick of the draft twenty twenty fifty nine hundred ninety six twenty one fifty to see the think of that is if the bucks tanker up yannis leaves these guys. They signed they just turn around and retrieve them and get the first round picks back. That's the whole deal whether or not you're it. A win now motor. You're building for the policy yacht as well no. He's not the the bucks because we don't know if he's still with the box. I it's it's this. This is certainly no different than lebron. Made it clear he wanted. Anthony davis out there in the lakers. It's the way it is. I made of course they went to wouldn't you i plus i would go to him. It wasn't his fault that they they got us was triple teamed those playoffs against miami and What's his name a spoelstra. If the miami heat coach knew exactly how to play it and he showed no respect for the outside shooting of guys like bledsoe and a few others and it's not a matter of fairness it's a matter of the box while to take it to that next level of championship. They've got to give more tools and the challenge will now be. I do think the bucks have now the best starting lineup in the nba. Nobody would come close. They have three. I would say superstars and to star in two stars in their starting lineup and I would say that jaanus is clearly the best player on the team holidays. The second best. Chris middleton is the third by data which is really good and Brook lopez has his moments. They've got an outstanding. But they have to rebuild the bench because the entire bench is gonna. They're gonna have to rebuild it without having any draft choices. But it's not like they're in uncharted. Waters are a lot of other teams. That are superstar latent. Have done the same thing as they chase a championship. Well have nobody knows the policy this supposed to start in late december. They gonna be playing those games in a bubble or they go to. Are they going to do a baseball. They go to each individual stadium and play on your home arena but an empty house and if there is a vaccine what are they gonna start let. Nobody knows the answer to any of that stuff it. It is a real kick in the teeth though that the bucks now have the best roster that they've had since the era of karimun ask your and they're in a bubble speaking of all of that the guy that started all of this the first rather well known person to be victimized by the new political correctness that came around grant. Now if you're on the basketball broadcast for the kings who and social media posted all lives matter and they fired him for that. They've replaced him. You know about this. It's a story worth telling. We'll tell that story though. Come back after this stand. They got personnel walkie. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show i news talk. Eleven thirty. W i wonder how many people take advantage of that let. Gm monitor their driving habits. Run a red light. It traveled to right yellow speed. A little bit too much jack up your insurance rates. You don't do you. don't do those. Things will give you the low discounted rate. You did that with safeco. Well what are they monitoring. They put in a computer writing your car and monitor all of that stuff. Well just i just hope you don't run a red light and kill somebody or something It's a little bit. it's a little bit too big brother for me but it's pretty clear to me that most people have accepted all of this stuff it in part because you can't really interact with technology without I used to turn off the locator on my phone. But now every app that i have requires the use of the locator so the locator is back on the phone. I mentioned this story going into the last segment. Way way way. Back right after george floyd the sacramento kings basketball broadcast grant napier. Who's been there for thirty years. More than that wisconsin on facebook by former kings player demarcus cousins. Who asked that he was setting about. He asked what do you think of black lives matter and napier naively said all lives matter within two days. The king's fired him and he was also fired from his job. Working as a talk show host for a sacramento radio station napier. I think was not aware that if you say all lives matter that is now deemed to be an extremely racist statement. They can get you fired. A number of people have been fired for saying all lives matter. Well the kings have now hired. Grant napier's replacement at the beginning of the program. I made the theme of today's show that if you're in the half of the country but i'm in just a second class citizen in this approve. It the kings replacing napier with mark jones of espn if you ask any of the play by play broadcasts that espn you've probably seen him. He does college football college basketball. A few other things mark jones is also a very opinionated person. Among other things mark jones has made it clear who anybody who will listen. Betty hates police officers. I'm quoting here from a tweet made about two months ago. On september twenty third. Mike jones quote police never saved me. Never helped me never protected me. Never taken a bullet barbie. They pulled guns on me. Never kept me safe at a protest. Never stopped the racists from taking my black lives matter flag off my house i can do without a hashtag defunding twelve so mark jones. Who says he can do without police. Perfectly fight he becomes the sacramento kings broadcaster. But the guy that says all veterans fired. There's more also september twenty third posting a tweet from march jones. Remember the cloud asked. Police shot up the wrong house. Kill brianna taylor. Am i next my brother. My cousin an nba player without his jersey on louisville laurel and hardy. Police said the wrong house. The house lethally incompetent two different americas and then he spells american not with a c. Three ks get a k. k. k. as following the longstanding standing extremists social media posts that mark jones. He apparently spells. America with the three ks all the time. By the way in louisville the police ward had brianna taylor's name and address on the board. That business about having the wrong house obviously has been widely disputed. Here's another social media post mark jones of. Espn the new basketball broadcast of the sack kegs quote. He puts up a quote from lyndon johnson. If you can convince the lowest white man he's better than the best colored band he won't notice you picking his pocket hell give him somebody to look doubt on and hill empties pocket for you and it goes so the point is this mark. Jones has put up a bunch of social media posted. Certainly many people would also find highly offensive but sacramento kings basketball team quickly and happily hires him because his extremists. Social media posts from the left are perfectly acceptable grant napier seemingly. Innocuous all is better or not. You see again. The difference between a first class citizen in a second class citizen grant napier who thought he harmlessly saying. All lives matters a second class citizen by jones. Rip it on the police report america. America colonists. Three america three ks and all of that stuff. He's i said because he believes that he hates the country hates the police. Has all of these. Extremists uses the first class citizen. He could say anything he wants to the left eight. There's no level. Apparently how offensive he could be so as he's coming at it from the left just against the waldo the rules of the game. Now let's get to the mainstream media we're gonna give. What do they call that when somebody comes up with something. I had hat tip. Is that what it is that they caught on social media. Hat tip somebody cry. If somebody is the source of your information never heard of that. Well i got a guy who doesn't know what the answer is. I think that's what they call it. This is a social media. Post by senator rand paul. He's quoting the associated press coverage of the violence that occurred over the weekend in washington where trump supporters were beaten up an attack. We have video of a fifty five year. Old woman slugged in the face fireworks were thrown at trump supporters as they were setting and outdoor cafes and restaurants after their marches antifa and black lives matter. Marauding gangs after the trump marches over went out and found trump supporters who were isolated and beat up. Here's the ap reported this. And i'm gonna read it slowly because you need to read. How they referenced. This incident quote demonstrations over president. Donald trump's loss at the polls have resulted in charges against nearly two dozen people in washington including a person accused the setting off a commercial firework and four people accused. I an assault. That left the victim unconscious on the straight. Do you notice anything about that post. Let me read it again. I wanted to read it slowly. I'm gonna go. Even slower demonstrations over president. Donald trump's loss at the polls have resulted in charges against nearly two dozen people in washington including a person accused of setting off a commercial firework and for people accused in an assault. That left the victim unconscious on the street. Senator paul points out that posting by a seems to imply that that's the trump supporters. Dad demonstrations ever president donald trump slots at the polls have resulted in charges against daily. Two dozen people at the location by that story has these are trump supporters who got themselves arrested nowhere. Does this story point out that the people arrested were people who attacked trump supporters as rand paul points out in his social media. Post not really clear who committed violence against hope. Ap purposefully obscure the fact that the thugs committing. The violence are anti-trump rioters. Chances would have been if a bunch of blm. Protesters were attacked by antibeach people. Do you think that the story would have been written that way. Protesters resulted in numerous arrests of people for filed cetera et cetera et cetera et cetera et cetera. One of the reasons why. It's important that senator rand paul put this out there. This was conscious. The associated press deliberately wrote the story that way the thing about it is it's accurate misleading but accurate. It's certainly accurate. There were demonstrations over president trump loss in washington and after those demonstrations two dozen people were attacked all of these acts of violence. It's accurate but it is misleading. Because eddie what reading wouldn't know otherwise would have assumed that the people arrested were actually demonstrators supporting president trump and not people who came upon these protests at attack the trump supporters. What's happening with bias. In the media as i losing truth now i'm not going to deny that there are people on my side that don't make things up that there are conservative websites that exaggerated distort the point i'm making is. This is not an obscure fridge website. This is the associated press. You've seen a number of calls from democratic members of congress at facebook and twitter need to bar donald trump junior summer suggesting barring president trump barring bright breitbart brought barring numerous other conservative organizations from even being able to speak on their platforms. Trust me. they're gonna come after talk radio. They'll use the sec. To try to go after us. We can only hope that the courts are going to give us a backstop as they try to take away all of our rights. I want this to be all gloom and doom. Because as i said despite the fact that we are second class citizens now we don't have the same rights as everyone else because they're not giving us those rights. We still have half the country that they haven't succeeded somehow in making big a right winger so embarrassing that nobody wants to be one. But if you don't acknowledge that this is the environment that we are now faced with that if you don't acknowledge for example that you could support the police wa tosa your entire life and be a tax payer of la tosa but if you want to go stand in the street corner with trump flag you're getting out of water better not break the law whereas if you walk up to the same police officer in gob in his face and call him a monster and a murderer. They'll look the other way until you acknowledge the problem. You'll never solve the problem. I would encourage people not to lose faith. Even though the institutions and protections that our country has always given people on all sides are apparently no longer available to those of us on the right trump supporter. Just shut up and go away go away go to your basement and keep your mouth shut comply become a good obedient liberal. My as my point they have the power to exercise these. You could say well. Why didn't trump do this. Well that's the thing. Donald trump didn't shut up anybody because he and his supporters never believed that. That's what america's supposed to bay. We have to shut up our rights after. Be taken away because we're evil. They're right there. Holy they're they're they're the greatest and despite the fact that they've been saying that for four years they still have only half the country just even dare to talk about election fraud that they foued irregularities. We have two counties in georgia which fifty four hundred ballots were counted. We supposed to stop looking now. Now that we've already found fifty four hundred that were in counting. How many more say that would do. You mean don't say that. Don't say that we're church. Not yo- people. I'm donna i remember right. No you don't know the right. You have no right to say anything. Hey come on down and do your marches. We'll beat the hell outta and don't call a cop. They only arrest conservatives. Arrest us lefties if i have any part of this raw. Just let me know. Eleven thirty. W i s mark belling late afternoon. Show weather forecast. It's good if beautiful the viral few clouds tonight with temperatures dropping into the low forty s. Tomorrow partly sunny. Windy and warm southwest winds bringing in some warm air should get over sixty about sixty three for a high friday. Still nice not as warren partly sunny high fifty five then for the weekend chillier with a chance for rain and snow really saturday. All the way through tuesday mostly cloudy on saturday. Slight chance for rain or snow really slight forty four sunday mostly cloudy against slight chance of rain or snow. Forty five monday. Partly sunny forty. Two tuesday mostly cloudy with rain and snow showers. High of forty three. I did check the weather forecast for northern wisconsin. I just popped in rhinelander and for saturday and sunday highs in the low thirties but clear skies and of course check that deer. Hunting season of course begins the Gun deer hunting season begins on saturday. I mentioned and coulter's comments now. She broke ranks with trump early on in his tenure and felt that he was a salad and coulter marches to the beat of a different drummer. Her own drummer. While most trump supporters understood that president trump was doing the best. He could to enact his agenda and racked up one accomplishment after another after another after another is one of those people just never satisfied. Anyway she weighs in with an interesting take on the hatred. the left has for trump. who she says really didn't do anything. I want to read the quote and they give you my reaction to it. This is ann coulter the left behind the working class. The middle class. They want jobs. They want safe neighborhoods. They don't wanna have to keep paying taxes for english as a second language classes and to pay for emergency rooms with a lot of illegal immigrants. Come again with many health problems. We have to take care of our own first. That trump is and it. Has it been tried. It certainly has triumphed with trump. He'd say these wild things that we get blamed for he get attacked on but he actually did nothing. Trump thinks i tweeted it. Therefore it's time it's that he lost this election very possibly because of cheating. Democrats cheat all the time trumpets been talking about. Mail in ballots are dangerous. They're going to steal the selection. He's been talking about it probably all year but talking about. It isn't the same as doing it much. Like as he tweeted out law and order and yet our cities are still burning across the nation. He didn't do anything about it. It's like he didn't know he was the president so what she says she says. America want trump is without trump. She wanted somebody who's actually the country actually got somebody to do with trump. Said he believed it so she's writing prompt for not keeping out even more illegal immigrants. She's writing prompt for not coming into the cities and really busting heads in ending the violence. She's riding trump for that stopping mail in balloting from occurring. In other words she saying that trump talked about all of these things but he didn't actually deliver. Well it's interesting. Take i three action. She signed to one thing and all they want. Trump may as well have gone fire that he went because he was going to be reviled. Regardless if trump actually did said in federal troops not just the national guard but federal troops into cities across the country he would have been hated anymore if trump actually had tried and. I don't know how he would have done it to stop bailing voting. He would not have been reviled anymore by the left on the immigration question. Look how they hate him for merely cutting the number and beginning the construction of the wall. You may as well go all the way because they're going to attack you if you take even a baby stop. She's right about that. Where i think she has it wrong as she presumes. That trump was not the president but was the dictator. The president of the united states and of himself can't stop bailing balloting. The states the device their own laws for mail in voting you could go to court claiming that people are being constitutionally disenfranchised but again you need the courts the rule in your favor with regard to illegal immigration. I think that the gains that trump made ever marketable. I don't think many people thought that there'd be a wall at all much less get as far as we did. Furthermore the numbers that came in at dramatically lower at the end of trump's term that they were at the beginning and she manages in her little diatribe year to ignore all of the gains. That trump actually made lowering taxes expanding school choice rating in the regulatory state encouraging to become the leading energy producing nation in the world and making guess totally energy independent. The court nominees and the long long list of remarkable accomplishments and before. Covid the strongest economy in america's history and the lowest african american unemployment rate in american history. So she manages to ignore all of the accomplishments. But i grant you. She's probably got. These are our highest priority issues. She wanted to end illegal immigration altogether. She wanted us to come in and clean up the city's by apparently bringing in tanks to shoot down demonstrators and putting an end to street violence as for how she wanted to stop mail in voting. Not exactly clear on that because there isn't much of a raw for the president to be able to do it of the draw attention to it since we don't have national laws in how people could vote still. I understand what our priorities were. And i also get the point. The one thing is they say that she's she is correct about you. May as well go for the whole thing if you're a conservative because if you go for only five percent of it it just as much there was not possible for them to hate. Donald trump more than they did so. He may as godfather but he went a lot farther that i think most people would have expected and he accomplished a lot more than most presidents ever could pull off without regard to whether or not he had the support of the congress are not still it is interesting taken that point that she makes people want trump isn't without trump. When you think about it there are a lot of people who i think supported everything. Donald trump did but they had this hangup over his conduct. The hangup over the tweeting. And so what if you take a look at the congressional elections and even what happened to the united states said it with all these incumbents in there and almost all of them prevailing there was no mandate at all by the voters in america to turn the country. Leftward the mistake. Though that i think that some people who criticize trump say i agree with all this stuff. I just wish you wouldn't be here the way that he did is. You could not have had what trump did without the behavior. Trump thought outside the box and everything trump thought outside the box on nafta tore it up and got us a better deal. He thought outside the box on china. He thought outside the box on north korea. He thought he could play fat face over there and he did. He thought outside the box in the middle east. He thought that there was another way to get a middle. Eastern trade peace deal other than constantly doing this israel versus palestine thing. He thought outside the box with regard to the tax cuts. he said. let's drastically lower them so these companies bring back all the money got stashed in four and bak- coats. He thought outside the box regulation. He even thought outside. The republican box criminal justice reform. I disagree with him. None of those ideas can come from somebody who isn't willing to completely eschew all of the political narms. Furthermore i'm not sure that you can disconnect from style and not think that that isn't something that kept somebody of his supporters on his side. Remember trump was not a conventional republican. All some of these positions that he took were clearly at odds with where the republican party has bad yet he managed to bring it a lot of people like me around his point of view on this in part because of that style if donald trump didn't have the style that he did the media would have beaten him. if donald trump didn't have the style that he did would he have been able to push through some of these things that barely made it to the congress. Anyway coulter's take. I think is interesting that america wants trump isn't without trump most trump supporters want trump is of with trump but the larger point that she bakes that there is a coalition behind these fairly broad based policy issues. That he has. I think most americans probably do think that we need to control our borders. I think most americans do are disgusted with the violence. They went out on the streets and so odd the larger question though that she misses given the fact that people who think like we do our second class citizens that we don't have the right to talk. How do you get hurt and less you are as in your face and over the top as trump was. It's the only way he broke through this well. If he wasn't the way he was the media wouldn't have been so hostile to. I don't know they were awfully doggone. Hostile scott walker the nicest republican you're ever going to find. They had a w bush what they most hated about. Trump was that he kept beating them by the way after trump finally leaves the scene. And i don't think it's any anytime soon. Probably going to sixteen twenty years from now. They'll go deal with him. The same thing they did with ray get and they'll be this revisionism in the liberals will look back and say well you know you. Republicans now you're monsters. But trump he was really to think more modern and trump trump was. You know didn't wasn't this big warmongering hot that somebody republicans are in the rear view mirror trump better just as all republicans the lefties now yearn for the days of a polite republican w bush went that remember how much they hated him. I remember how reviled reagan their new most favorite republican news. Talk eleven. thirty. W i s mark late afternoon shelves butter. Remind you that we have this blowout sale going out on bid and milwaukee dot com. That's the name of the website bid on milwaukee dot com big discounts on the prices. That are out there and ends at seven o'clock nights. You have about an hour to check it out yet. So just go to their website sometime between now and seven something you want to buy gonna give you the paul fortune cash contests texted word for the six o'clock hour. The word is family f. a. m. i. l. y. family. You have until seven pm. Text that into two hundred. Two hundred instantly would've thousand dollars in cash you get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio info standard data and message rates apply in this nation wide contest. So does yana sign the supermax accenture dot. What are you saying. Paul says yes. Then you change your opinion that you Dislike the to trades at the bucks made see i think they go hand in hand. I think if signs the supermax they're spectacular boobs that they made if he doesn't their disastrous moves. Make so it so. I think you're disconnected on this. But i see i'm pessimistic. That he's going to sign it. Which is problem. I have with the deals. But i i hope i'm wrong about this is just that in the nba. Everybody leaves and tries free agency. It's gifford than most sports but if he is gonna decide what better opportunity. You're going to have the championship the right now so go for it. The future is indeed now If you're wondering what the window on that he has he can't sign it before the twenty second and you pretty much have to do it before the beginning of the year. Ever all bets off during the time that the season is going on. Suspending of ever twenty-second allowed the opportunity. To if you wondering what. The supermac essentially the nba has a rule that says the teams can re-sign their own free agents. The year before they become free agents in other words. You sign them to extension the year before and they call it supermax because you're able to offer a dollar figure that is keyed based on what the salary cap is so it means that he would make over forty million dollars year he could sign for up to five years so if the bucks did it they would have him locked up for five seasons. If yadda was willing to do it is he willing to do it. Hard to read the guy's mind. I think that he sincerely does like milwaukee because of his background. He's not somebody that takes for granted some of the things that he has the other hand he wants to win and he may see his opportunity to win a championship greater somewhere other than here Got a girlfriend. they've got a child. I don't dodo. What her thoughts on all of this is. Where does she live. What does she want to do with the rest of her life. And so on. But i do believe that the moves the box made picking up by dada vich in up holiday. Those are the two players that yada swatted and the reason that they made no attempt to get chris. Paul is yacht as thanks to holiday may be better than chris. Paul right now. And that's why they did but they did. I hope he resides with the box and in terms of how everybody is sal around the nba out of the anybody's salary. Gaddis i'd be. I haven't heard much complaining bitching about him at all. These like the was dedicated athlete. You could have had bug says that he doesn't matter he's got a sign and trade deal. He's got he's got he's got he's got no option. I think he's probably trying to clamp to get a little bit of extra body out of the box said that's all that is but he doesn't have an option at this at least as far as i understand the system up. What other story that. I want to cover in the time that we have here as we mentioned earlier in the program tony birds extended the state of emergency. Two more months of the mass mandate now goes on january. The timeframes on these things are all just irrelevancies. Twenty is going to mandate masks. As long as he wants the mandate masks. You have the separate fight in front of the state supreme court as to whether or not he has the ability to do it and you also have the republicans in the legislature with the ability if they wanted to to block it the way. I've assessed how this plays itself out or remember right now with covid at the highest numbers at it's ever bad in the state of wisconsin. There's going to be more public support for restrictions now than there would have been in the summer when we didn't have any kind of a real problem at all. Just based on how people are reacting. I don't think there's a lot of opposition out there to the mask. Mandate the only people that are opposed to the mass mandate are people. Who don't like to wear the masks and unfortunately for those people. They're in the minority. The fear that i have is that we're a accepting a given that the master doing any good. I don't think they are. I keep asking for the study that nobody's done. It'd be easy enough to do. We've got how many people wisconsin. If tested positive for covid. We know what it is. I mean the numbers out there. Whatever that number is. Let's start doing a study going. How did you were you. Were you wearing a mask. During the period of time you got called it all the time. Some of the timer. None of the time. My guess is that you will find that. There is no difference in any other groups. The lowest group you're gonna fight would be people who live by themselves. Don't have family members and it pretty much stayed home the hall tied. Because if you're all by yourself twenty four seven you can't get the virus from anyone else but since almost no one is in that category it doesn't mean that it's an argument in favor of lack dowd's but i found that with regard to the mass that most people find that whenever anybody's not looking you can take the thing off and they're not all that bothered by it. The separate question of whether or not government ought to be mandating them in and finally do they do any good. I think the answer is no. They doubled. Does it mean that i mind wearing while i'm getting pretty dog right use to it. I made every time. I stand up. Now it's almost second nature to put the mascot and do it because other people want me to do it in a not gonna anger. If i'm in a place where everybody says we'd like to have the mascot. I'll put the mascot. But that's all separate from tony. Everts tally me to put the mascot. There is a big difference between walking into a store or walking into a church walking into a restaurant or walking into somebody's home the owner of that establishment asking you to put a mascot and you responding by saying i'd rather leave or putting it odd than the government telling you to do it especially if the government can't make the case that it's helping if there was science that indicated that the masks significantly cut the transmission of the virus. It would be an argument in favor of them taking away our rights to the extent that they have but to say that. You're gonna trample all over our rights without any proof that you're accomplishing anything. It wipes out any notion of a trade off. I do think that we're going to become like those people that you see in the airports from china all the time just wearing masks the rest of their lives other than a guy like you who simply refused to comply bill. Eventually they're going to make you buckle. I don't know how that's going to be. But eventually they're gonna make you buckle. Paul claims that are ideal the order but that doesn't change the way people react to you. And as i said i have more ba. I'm more focused on how people react in. Toity everts his order because he's still not following me around. I still wonder about that whole exemption that you played with your as but has anybody know for sure if you actually have it printed i bet i could probably print something i should put that on. I got asthma. Can work by stroke into this. That i you know what you put it out his mandate. Well what does it say in their added with lung conditions. Can i get one. can you like coughing. can you get your asthma transmittable. Could you give it to be for a few weeks. So i can. it's Six fifteen at eleven thirty. W i said yeah. Paul makes a point here that i want to expand upon Before we lose the thought at. I agree with him on this. I think for many people. The masks actually are unhealthy. If your mask is in clean you're putting a thing piece irag full of germs. All over you. And i think a lot of people don't ever launder these things. I wear mine one day. I got a several go on the laundry. I wear one day. And then. Because i just think it's repulsive to you know i'm breathing hacking stuff off. Plus i've taken it on and off have set this stat. The other thing. I got my hands. Yeah you're right it's like it's like where the underwear today's a nature to put a dirty thing over my face. But i think a lot of people are we've been hearing stories anecdotally. That skin conditions are on the way up and people are getting all sorts of other stuff. But i mean even if it does slow the spread of covid. How many other. Germs you hailing at i some of those germs other things. That are contagious. That you then pass along because you're making yourself sick or by inhaling all of this. I mean even even laundering. It's i'm not sterilizing. The thing i just put it in the same laundry with everything else but in paul makes the point when you're outside and should be breathing fresh air. I don't think it's a function of what your breath yet. They don't want you to send the thing out to somebody else. I just think the notion that if i had cove it and i have a mascot and i'm outside that is this disperses with all the other junk of the year that somehow this is gonna land somebody one hundred and forty seven feet away from the copay is just quackery. So yeah the outdoor thing. I agree with you on but i also say that if there was an honest attempt to with an open mind. Study this you would find that. There are at least as many health downsides of this mask wearing particularly among the people who aren't wearing the good mask and keep taking the thing off end. Frankly do what most of the rest yet will. You mentioned. Also the mental health side. All of that stuff we. Every you know freighter does now. Shutting down a number of optional surgeries again How long is that gonna go a lot go on. How are we going to tell. Everybody else was a health condition that they have to sit in the back seat because the that people are in the front seat here. I don't think unless these vaccines are spectacularly effective and they get them into mass distribution really quickly. This is the one away. I have come to the conclusion that i made this point several times. That covert is going to be around until pretty much. Everybody is exposed but exposure does include a vaccine but uk. They lock us all up. They put all this stuff it slows down for two months the moments we go. We all go back out there again. Does it start right back up now. Maybe the vaccine cures that by the way on these vaccines ninety five percent effective. That needs that five percent of the people that they've tested nine got covert well. I have taken their vaccine. And what i've done is one hundred percent effective because i i have never been tested. But i don't think i've had coalpit remember you're gonna have a low percentage rate even among the people that don't have the vaccine but if it is a ninety five percent cure rate at enough people get it. I would think that that would mean it would be effective. The thing that we haven't fully tested yet is whether or not there are significant side effects of these vaccines. And there's no way of knowing that until zillions of people get them what we don't know that about covid cases of people being reinfected are rare but they exist but as long as they're rare. I mean if you've gotten colbert in it takes the chances of you getting it again. Don't want or two percent. That's a lot better than not having that. Deterrent in there at all my bigger concern as i've said a number of times i'm going to go into the break here. Is you know. There's a lot of corona viruses. This is kobe. Nineteen named after twenty nine thousand nine. There are a lot of these that are very very similar. There's going to be something else pretty much like this and another couple of years and then there's gonna be another one then there's gonna be another one and then there's going to be a really bad flu like hong kong fluid and we're going to get a size and then we're going to get. This is the new normal tool simply. Say we're gonna ruin the economy takeaway. Everybody's right put helmets all over our heads. Every time something comes around the could get us sick or are we going to accept that part of the human condition is transmittable sicknesses that can kill people something that kill. Recently we did accept talking about a thirty said marmalade afternoon shoveling. The packers are blogs napoli on sunday. What do you think for thumbs up thumbs down. Tough game India's a very good defense. They don't have they don't have much of an offense The packers have looked really good. Some games just okay and lousy and others. Tougher the batches of the team. That has this. This is ferrelli all the marbles northwest. It is the team they have to beat to win the big town west northwestern's four and owen unbeaten and similar to the packer indie game northwestern doesn't have much of an offense but a spectacular defends I don't think homefield matters at all of these games. College football right now with no fans Down in chicago advocated for that gabe. The other side of the big ten ohio state plays indiana and believe it or not indiana's the second best team in the big cat east just because somebody has to be certainly as in michigan and a doesn't look like penn state account win a game at all. I've had a number of people start to ask me whether or not we're going to have a year end current events quiz we are at the end of december. But i don't have the date kneel down for it but i can't give you two answers right now. Every year on the quiz we ask what is motor trend. Magazine's car of the year for the upcoming year and lately haven't throwing in the suv also because they have separate awards and more people. I think now by these cars They haven't handed out the truck yet but for twenty twenty one. I remember their criteria. It has to be either a new model brand new model or a redesign of the current model. The car of the year is the mercedes benz e series and the suv of the year is the land rover defender. 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7/20/20 Why public is slow to absorb the news.

The Mark Belling Show

2:32:00 hr | 10 months ago

7/20/20 Why public is slow to absorb the news.

"Good afternoon Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late after deal show on news. Talk Eleven thirty W I S. I've noticed just over the last several days on. Like three four or five, really big news stories. But there's been an odd kind of. Delayed reaction. The story happens and. People will seem to find out about it like days later. Or they get upset about it days later. There's two different versions of this one. Something's developing in a certain direction and people at least on the conservative side. Don't react until after it's happened until it's too late and then they're shocked because they didn't think it was going to happen. Even though it's pretty obvious that it was going to happen, like for example, the firing of police cheaper Alus, which is almost certainly going to happen tonight or the put it in motion tonight and everyone is going to be shocked after it happens even though you have to be, you're literally not paying attention if you haven't seen. This is developing the last about really months, but certainly over the last couple of weeks, the same thing with regard to the firing of. Officer MENSA and while we're Tosa, which obviously had been developing for several weeks, the protesters were calling and calling and calling for it, add. Trying to get anybody to stand up and say doggone thing and supportive him was almost impossible in how many people are upset that they have indeed suspended him for the purposes of fire him and. They act up after that, but that's what other things as well. and. Trying to figure out why the delayed reaction is occurring speaking of delayed reactions for one seven give the season summer cash contests right at the beginning of the program. which would be right now. You all know the drill this. You've had an opportunity of an opportunity to text. The word did two two hundred, two hundred thousand dollars in cash, for whatever reason after having ninety seven zillion winters in this thing, the last national contests dead, which ended only a few weeks ago. We've had hardly none wins at this phone, which is just kind of weird I don't. I never know why that is. You always have your theories. They're always stupid. while. You can't have a stupid theory here because you don't have one better to have no theory that have one that I'm gonNA ridicule, right. Save it if you have a theory, just say that you don't have a theory. Because if you say that you have theory, it'll be a Dublin, and then I'll tell the audience that it's dumb and you'll be further. You'd be better off just not having a theory. I don't ever see. I just said that's the whole reason. This got brought up. The word for this hour is bank. To saying that we're it gives me a headache today. Bank and Cave Bank. Don't take much to give me a headache as you know I texted bank Eddie had between now and four o'clock to two hundred two hundred. You can instantly what a thousand dollars in cash you get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info, Standard and restaurant supply in this nationwide contest. The first one of these that we did happened right. Right after the whole cova thing when everybody's getting laid off, and so on, and our audience really took to it i. We had. I'm sure more winners in that context that leaves that are divided by the number of weeks that was out there than any one of the national. Round Dash contests that we've had so far just not witter after winner after winner I'd be multiple day and so well that one ended in then like I. Don't know if there's a gap five six weeks before the company brought back at other what we just have these things over and over again as hardly Adia. Nothing's really changed in terms of how we present them other than. We've got a lot of on air. Times which you would think would the Damore winters on my show once per hour. I'm sure it's just coincidental Ed. We might kick out two or three of them this week alone, so let's see what happens. You know the other thing. Is You know there's hundreds of stations at our company and it's also possible. Some of those stations have just stressed the contest than they have in the past. And therefore there's higher participation from some of the competing against seven hundred or so radio stations in some of which are in larger markets, which is, it's just amazing so many witter's from W.. Why asset over the years I don't know for all. I know maybe some of the stations in the really big markets at our company are. Just promoted harder than they normally have done, and they're getting higher participation there emerges competing against I. Don't know, don't really don't, but we'll keep throwing it up because a great deal so again I'll have the word this hour, and then one each of the next three hours right after four bread after five and read after six. The program getting back to delayed reaction. Thing. I mentioned Paul was gone all of this week. Apparently, you are apparently not here or something I say apparently I know you weren't here. Because I was here when you weren't so, you must not have been here. Debacle said. What did he say you did? He said you went to door. Oh No, you said you went up north. I'd make fun of that except. Doesn't even seem like a stupid thing to do i. mean you read it a lake home? He just sat up there at the lake. Yeah, we think you get bored. Was it too hot to go out on an ATV steamy last week I heard from people that they didn't like that. It was really muggy in the woods because there was no breeze last week. You get cavity lightning. Hit any trees around you at all you you people'll start crying like little little babies. The people are people. Get scared Doodo this having grown up. People think up up north. I did not Robert North. I grew up north of here, but I went up North affair about what I was a kid add. If. You're Y- you know, is it a city with street lights and concrete and sidewalks at all of that stuff and idea to go to the woods is like to walk a mile away. You know things aren't really scared. You could just ride home, but actually go in the woods I mean the woods woods woods. It's very very dark, and you'd have those storms at night with the lightning. I mean you understood what else was like to be a pioneer for that? Better I guess a raccoon. What? Well don't pause. There's better no kidding. You went up north. The I talk about a city slicker through bags every there. There's always been those. I mean. It's like it is I will say this. You know what you don't see when you go up north. Dear you, you see where you see deer right here at our I. It's every other day driving home from work. There's these are so afraid of people I mean. That's because they don't get shot at down here. This stat out of the road of the look at you. It's just like I'm driving to a grocery store parking lot legislated. There's four seagulls right in the middle of the parking lot. You believe they didn't even get out of the way they knew I drive around any other kind of bird. They're scared to death of you'll see. First of all you can try to drive I'll just get up crap all over your creative drive around him for they will even move. No Up I bet you didn't see any deer up north. You did because well see they get a shot. But no, the bears you know, they're just out there. Yeah! This is the big time of the year for the deer crashes. I don't know why that is either let me get back to buy delayed reaction. I mentioned on the program last week. That the city of Milwaukee, in fact I did one of the. I rarely do this with. Fill in producers other than Paul, but did it with Dave michaels because I wanted to establish a point, the city of bill, walkie talkie school openings that that to level five y'all know how these cities like Milwaukee have levels of to guide to the corbett level one level two level. You have level four level five is when everything gets back to normal. Churches are doing this the state yet. They all have these things and Milwaukee. They had the schools were in lower level. I think it was four and they moved into level five. And this was done the they decided they were going to do it on Tuesday. The announced that it Wednesday or Thursday and I went I think it was Wednesday's program I did a thing that they Michelson which I had him. Try to figure out why the city was doing this. and. When I do this with Paul or in this case with Dave I do it because I. Think as a talk show host. And I just know as a former student, and for that matter, what I'm doing online learning or trying to learn something or somebody's explaining something to be i. think it's always effective as you're explaining something to ask somebody why they think something is because that starts the process of thinking about it when you think about why something is likely to retain it. That's why I do it. I'd like you to be actively engaged rather than just sitting here. If I may ask a question, you're actually gonNA to start thinking about this a little bit more than if you drive it or out of the car and this that and the other thing etc I've been using that tactic forever and ever and ever, which is why I asked Paul these questions that He. Perpetually gets Rod. What. Usually. I like perpetually. That seems like that's almost as bad as eternally. That would mean like you'd be if the of all you know anyway. Level five years the last level. In other words, the schools would be the last thing to open and bear it and the city of a walkie move school, opening to level five and I had. Dave tried to figure out why that is. Get it. And I knew he wouldn't get it. Because this is in the early stages of the story, but it was part of my rift here about what the city was up to which is truly obnoxious at nothing of course the? Shouldn't say nothing, but they didn't do this. Because of NPS, they did it for NPS. Anyway the answer of course is by taking it to level five. It stopped all schools of opening notch. Just NPS. Well, I did this I? Believe on Wednesday? Maybe it was on Thursdays Program. All of the schools the pro, all the schools announced that sent these things out in Friday and Saturday to the parents of the kids that they're not being allowed to open by the city of Milwaukee, and there's been an explosion ever Sanson, and all of these people are contacting me saying you won't believe what the city's doing. They won't that Wisconsin Lutheran Open. They won't let Marquette High School, but they won't let this I think. They announced this three days ago and I did a thing of I program did it did it? Did it. Just go in one of your ears and out the other. And I've noticed that this is true with a lot of stories that are out there now. Here's another one, and it's not just stuff that I'm doing my program because I want to explain what I think is happening. I! Don't think this would happen. This is quite a while ago. In fact, it was what you were pretty sure. This was like two to three weeks. It was when you read this extended vacation. Being afraid of the bears you by the way you know enough not to mess with the bears, don't you? The bears understand pecking order so like the Wild Turkeys by the way I did explain that those all the same people in the audience that told me that I was seeing wild turkeys. Are the ones that told me that I was seeing. An oriole in my backyard in other words, there are Ragab both they were wild turkeys. They were Craig's, and what was in my backyard was a cardinal, not an oriel. I Paul I've shown this though till nine people who are experts. They all say that it's they. They all say that that what I've showing them as a cardinal. I asked me established months ago. I don't give a damn with the bird. The bird was. The whole pecking order thing this explains life right now. Liberals are higher on the pecking order, then conservatives, which is conservatives are acting like a bunch of Sissies Williamson running away and liberals. They do anything that they feel like doing. We have been moved out of the pecking order because liberals realized that they can get away with anything if it conservative on the other hand, said something like all lives matter, their life is over. That's the pecking order. The pecking order comes to the birds which birds thinks he can get away with pecking the other birds, the birds that peck other birds of the ones that know that they can get away with pecking birds, the bears, though that rod higher than the day. No, you're not gonNA pull out a shotgun. Shoot them. They just know that. You know they know that don't do him. Up What if they did, they'd be running away from you. Goose what? He's GonNa save me with the soccer, they. You're I gotta do that. Eight well. No, they like messing with you. There daddy very protective of their cubs. They just like to mess with you. You know what they're. They're like liberals. They what have you? That's all it is. They just want a BAC- thing Shapiro because they could shove you around. That to my delayed reaction. We get a lengthy piece on the program. I think like thirty minutes and I posted a big link on Belen Dot Com. On, Dr Bartlett from Texas. Who is around position from the San Antonio area. WHO believes he has developed a treatment. That is guaranteed. It's not a cure but guaranteed. To Fix covid nineteen in other words when you're treated with it, you're going to become better. And? He has it at a single person. DIE ANY AS A. Guy Cu. And we did this start. What what? How long? Did this three weeks. But three. You would not believe the number of people who email me 'cause. They see a video on this. They're saying mark. You ought to talk about this now I understand not everybody listens to everything of the show, and not everybody goes and checks the stuff on Belen Dot COM I've made a conscious tabbed to keep our links on Bella dot. Normally I clean it up every two or three weeks, so there aren't thirty five of them on there, but when we post that we always put the newest one on top, so it's easiest thing to follow so I've had Paul keep a lot of them at the up because. Of this very thing that I'm citing a people who? Hear about something. And maybe they didn't hear what I I brought it up, so we just keep it up there, but the number of people that are contacted me talking about after Bartlett's exit, he said. I of what I did the story it was somewhat widely covered in conservative circles. Anyway, but there's this business though of where people will find out about something maybe two three four weeks after somebody else did and they think they've come upon something. This is happening with a lot of things where there's this sense of people are finding out about something log after it happened at I. Know Why it is. It's for two reasons. First. With the mainstream media falling out of favour. At at the same time getting so crappy. We don't have what we used to have to Sii where when everybody got their news three or four sources. Everybody knew the same stuff at right around the same time. Go back to one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety two. If you want to get your news in Milwaukee, you'd watch one of the local TV stations or read. The Journal of the Sentinel of the set was still around that, and maybe or maybe a rainy sage. That's it. And pretty much everybody either watched one of those stations or read the papers or something. And pretty and everybody had the same kind of information with regard to national news. The only way. Anybody got national news back in the early nineties, and for that matter all the before. WAS, on Television news from one of the three networks. Maybe you watch CNN. They were still around back then. Or your daily newspaper. I mean time. Magazine came once a week, but they generally rehashed news that everybody knew about. And just about everybody paid attention to the news, or maybe it didn't pay much attention to the news, but everybody was on the same cycle. But nightly newscasts were widely watched. I I would say more than half of Americans other than those who weren't home at the time would watch either the CBS NBC. ABC News and you go back into the seventies and eighties, and it was even higher. But at the back, but I was a kid I. mean everybody. You Either Watch cronkite, or you watched. Huntley, Brinkley. Nobody watched ABC. ABC tried everything in the Seventies. They had heritage reason. They're on there. Then they put Barbara Walters theories. He said really sexist things that didn't get fired for today he wouldn't have. Since. You said he didn't WanNa work with the woman, but she says she just sat there and he'd granddaughter. Then they put backs. Robinson was in their frank rental. ABC Everybody Either Watch crying tight or Huntley Brinkley. Huntley and Brinkley retired NBC brought in John Chancellor and after that they had broken out. Everybody knows it EPA Crime Kate Guy He, you know. He walked off into the sunset, and then there was dan rather it over time. These news cat's SORTA faded in their reports to the point that I think very few people could name the anchors at any of the network newscasts, could you? Part of it is of course where the air so we wouldn't be watching, but even if we my show edited for bet, you would know them. I, just I don't Work Fridays I. I never literally never I. I bet the last time I watched. One of the network newscasts was I was either a business in a waiting room or In somebody's home. I honestly don't know who the Scott pelley still do CBS. He might not enough for seven years I. had no I. Don't know. So We. Don't have people getting news in the mainstream media as much way, fewer people have subscribed to the journal now to read more than a few stories of the Journal. You have to be a paid subscriber. You just see the little headlines that are up there. Many of the other sites behind pay walls. People are getting their news. News feeds on their phone. And then you add the fact that the mainstream media justice. It's shrug, so there's less coverage that they have and there's an agenda, so there's numerous stories they wouldn't cover. So. Everybody's off there and they're getting things like they see something. That's social media. Somebody'll said no link. Even if the thing doesn't show if it doesn't show up on your news feed because it's conservative in the news feeds, are of course all liberal? There's this remark. Everybody's getting stuff on their own time. Line and many people are finding things outlawing after other people are fighting the including some stuff. That's pretty big, liked the decision of the schools, and what I'm finding is even people who are listening to buy program I'm. Off, something like for example I think people are going to be shocked. Morale is fired tonight. I people going to be shocked that I did not know that they're planning to fire, Morales, tonight, or at least said Moshi. They'll give him orders that they know that he can't follow. What are the other? There'll be people who are shocked about it at? We've been talking op and on that David out for him for a week and a half and now they're gonNA. Get what! It's not like their stories on the local TV station, saying that morale is going to be fired tonight because this is a story that will anger conservatives because morale, most Morales is supported some law and order types in Milwaukee and so odd. Because let us grand cop. He has been which is why they WANNA. Get rid of him. They want to do the same thing to him that they did to officer Mensa and that they're going to try to do to. Chief web read Wabi, Tosa and so odd. They are trying not only to defend police department spot to get rid of Eddie type of leadership of police agency that ever intends to exert authority. Even with the backing off that Milwaukee Police did and doing anything about the protests. It wasn't good enough. So. As I mentioned, even with a story is talking on my program that I mentioned that they took the schools Milwaukee to level five, and that means the schools can't open and. There was a big march today. Some of the private schools are very upset. Wisconsin Lutheran is in the city limits of the city of Milwaukee. The high school. And Marquette High School is as well some of the others that are in the city of Milwaukee. Fully planning to open and now they're not going to be allowed. To Open because Tom Barrett is not going to let. The city schools open in his explained last week. The reason that they took them to level five. You weren't here. I should ask you the question because you were at here last week. To get it right and you probably weren't listening. Because you're up north right away from the beers, you could get Rijeka Dave Dave. Michaels didn't know it either. You. Got What you don't even know what it is. Widely Bureau take into level five the schools to level five from level four. Yeah, that's it because NPS does not want to open. NPS is mortified that private schools will open when they are closed at a that will induce some parents to say screw it. That's the last Straw I'm sending my kid over there and be. It just makes them look bad. Why can't for example Milwaukee Marquette Wisconsin Lutheran be open city public school. Right down the street cannot so the city does not want to allow the private schools to open because they know that most of the private schools would open, and they know that most of the parents of the kids they send their kids to private schools will open MP. Other issues that are out there including the fact, remember the Private Schools Teaching Staff is unionized. If a private school teacher says have not coming in. They say okay fine CEO later. Whereas! The Union in Milwaukee is raising a thank. Of course. The Union controls the school board of the Union. Desert WanNA. Teach all year I. DON'T BELIEVE MILWAUKEE. Schools will be open all year. AD. I think that this is headed for court and we don't know how the State Supreme. Court will remember in eleven days on August First Justice Kelly leaves the court. And on that last ruling with regard to the Tony, Ebert sorted. The ruling was four three. So it's possible that anybody who challenges this would lose, but I think it is heading for court. You were literally have a situation. In which in Milwaukee, a city government is saying that a private school cannot open. And whether or not, they have that authority. You're not again. We don't know the city of Milwaukee. Example is requiring that anybody who goes into. Any public place in the city now where it's a mask again, that could be challenged and we don't know how it would rule. I would think the Supreme Court would uphold the city's mask rule because twenty years later, this was actually voted out improved by the city, council. As for this closing of the schools, this was simply done by the health department, which acts on behalf of the bear where they took the school some level four to level five. Anyway as I said I, did it like the thing on this on the show on Wednesday and. Just given the number of people who are shocked when they found out when they got the letters from their individual schools that they were planning to open. It's clear to me that. It didn't think into people what I was saying or. They somehow there's been this almost from the beginning starting with Colbert and going to the protests, people have are having a hard time believing that what is happening is happening we are. Almost the a sense that folks are shell shocked. I can't believe that this'll happen. I can't believe that that will happen. I can't believe that this will have all these things are happening. One of the things that I know is true. Is, there are people who are shocked. At how radical the Liberals really are! They. Put on themselves before because there is only so far that they could go without getting a backlash. They don't think that there's a limit to the backlash. The, Democratic Party right now is whatever position Ao see wanted to take. As far left, she is, that becomes that facto position. The Democratic Party because it's pretty clear that most liberals are actually out there as far as her. I think it shocked people. Too. I doubt that most liberals had police officers. I think they thought maybe ten percent, no more than half of liberals. Hey, police officers. It's clear it's clear, and this is like it's been hard for people to accept this because they never really thought that these attitudes out there. But clearly they do. Most. Liberals hate chief Morales because they don't like the image that he presents I know you know what are the things that Patton really really hate about him. Remember I'm closer to this that you are because I'm in the midst of more of them than you are. Well that the the that that's not the reason liberals hate it, but that is fascinating. I don't believe. In the history of the blockade police department, there's ever been achieved. The rank and file supported until people say Brier I. I was not in Milwaukee at the time, but the cops that were here at the time, or they bitch about brier all the time. They respected Brier, but he was an authoritarian to generally unions. Don't like you know, can they? They complained about brier all the time, but you know I think he he'd be the last one. They kind of had the grudging respect of the officers, but during the entire time it doesn't matter. who the cheapest bed. Nick. Areola already, Jones, there are always complaining about all that, because that's what rank and file officers do. This is the first police chief that has the support. Of the rank and file Morales. Though there's a reason this something about that Morales either does or about him. That liberals really really really don't like at until a few weeks ago. They wouldn't have said it allowed, but right now they're emboldened. They say these things allowed and people with big ears like me here at or people hear somebody say it, and they tell me it again. They're shocked. We why? Your head. You always do that. You raise your head. Down A. Lot of people in the community like. Again it's broke ability. No. Whenever you. You've Seen Morales interviewed on TV, haven't you? See this picture in the paper. When he's in his office. You notice anything. Well, let's not the American flag. Right over his shoulder, he always has himself seated so that there's a photo of officer Rittner behind him. Officer Matthew. Britain was killed in the line of duty. And if you see watch this, but you see Morales interviewed on. TV It's. He positions himself with that photo so that you see written her over his shoulder wins a photo of him in the newspaper at his desk or when he's holding a press conference or a briefing. When holds it in his office? You'll see that photo there. They just. It's obviously for a purpose. Not only does the chief want that photo in his office as a reminder. And for that matter as tribute. Liberals hate that. They hate anything that puts up a slain police officer. As a terrible awful atrocity! They just hate that. They believe that the kind of photos that we ought to see would be George Floyd. They certainly don't want to see a police chief who is? Constantly Making us look at a slain police officers. Somebody killed by a bad guy as I said. I think many conservatives. It'd be shocked to know that that bothers people about chief Morales. And I think that there has been a general level of shock on the part of many people on the right as to just how liberals The people on the left are at given the fact that there's been no check out it. At we'll see the there is only one potential check that's going to be the Obama reelection if the Democrats and the left can go as far off. Into lefty bills they have admitted. There's no end to it. This is why as I say we will. Become a socialist nation. You will not recognize what happens to America and it will be faster than you think because they for the first time. Usually they're on best behaviour election years. You go back forever and effort ever. I've always joked about that. How do you turn a liberal conservative schedule? An election and it is, and it's right after the election when they're fresh with their power that they tried to go crazy. This has been a different type of your at the left has gone extremely to the left protests in the streets, locking down society just. Character assassinating police officers, the walkie about to fire police chief Wildwood Tosa last week, firing a police officer who did nothing wrong. A bunch of people who don't live in Walla to come into the city council and yell at him, and they started destroy a life of a young African American police officer who serves as city the media doing everything in his power to let people know that the police officer himself as black sanitizing the news. All of this stuff as I say. If, they can get away with this now with an election coming up, imagine what's going to happen when they win, and they have all the power. So anyway. Getting back to these theories when I throw out this thing, but I mentioned by the way the next thing I look for all of the false sports to be shoved into the spring. And the reason for this again. I'm going to cover that next. Because I don't want to lose the thought I'm going to explain what's going on with that. What the solution to it is! When that gets announced just watch. People will be shocked. It's it out. Let me. Tell you right now. That's what the plan is going to be. The W I gonNA shove all the fall sports end of the SPRAGUE. Whatever reports and they say they shove it into the spring, and of course when we get to the spring, they'll kill cancel at the I just as I've been saying all along. I just don't see the game on these cancellations and just don't. Some people believe that well. If there's vaccine, others are now saying that the vaccine is going to be likely to be useless, but instead we're going to have treatments that are virtually a cure. That's the reason. The stock market rallied today you may have. have. Seen the story to get up your Madison over the weekend, but virtually everybody who gets plasma treatment doesn't have to go to the ICU as you've noticed, even though we get all these increases and test positives, the hospitalization rates aren't really going up. Even in the states that are seeing the spikes down south, the death rate has has increased much of anything, but in other words, the people that are tested positive. Get better almost instantly. You saw the Eric Bledsoe story from the box right. Tested positive. They didn't feel the least bit second. He's going back a practice it a couple of days. This is what's happening all over. People are testing positive, but they're not sick. But in terms of the end game for this. The one thing that seems apparent about the virus. Is that it's going to be out there. Until, it's not. And by having people trying to stop the spread of it. It just means that it's GonNa. Take longer for us to get rid of it. So. What's the endgame on this at what point? The left, he said Oh what the schools to reopen say, we can reopen the schools. Plus, don't you think nope as I said I think the opposite. First of all the teachers don't want to work. That's why the schools more open. If they've got total control of things, why would they? Tell me. You tell me what you think. The teachers are going to decide Gee I wanNA. Have to go back to school and work for the pay that I'm getting as opposed to sitting on my ass. Pay and get paid for doing nothing. Never. That's my point. It's at you, can't so that's why I just? Keep throwing this out there about the whole endgame part, the same thing is true with regard to our economy, and some of these businesses. How long we could just keep thinking that we can do and other. Or a stimulus know each Chilean dollars eventually their currency becomes worthless because you're inventing this. How what? What becomes the end game? For that these Milwaukee companies that will not allow their employees to come back into the office to work. What's the end game on this, or is it simply going to be that? They that they've decided that? Everybody's GonNa work at home for the time. I don't know the answer to any of those things anyway. The school issue is a profile and issue. There are certain things that you can shut off into the future. All the eighty one. Fifty four! That's pretty ABC. Pretty Damn old. If. They told you you can't do something until you're fifty six. You know what you care. Most people fifty five fifty six sound like the same age. You know what I'm saying. If you tell a nine year old kid. What a nine year old going into fourth grade! You! Don't know either what? Let's see. I was five kindergartens that means. I was seven in the second grade. So nine was the fourth grade, right? That's it. You tell nine year old kid that he can't start the fourth grade until he's eleven. or You tell the nine year old kid we're going to have you do a half butted online learning thing where you hardly get any less than you. You know you'll learn next to nothing and you're just gonNA. Keep pushing your head and take all these kids in the state of Wisconsin and. Save when the relief that their sixth graders they really only learned enough online to get to the level of theft. Again what's the endgame that? And then. What happens when the next bug comes out of China? Two year shut out again. And I've been asking these questions kind of from the beginning at I think the initial response. A lot of people is bad well. It's not going to be that log you know. When we started the shutdown departure member. Iverson, Virgil order was only until April and there are people who bought that. They said well you can do it until April said at the tech. There's no end to this the the bye-bye yet. Once they changed the criteria. Remember the original reason people bought into. This was flattened the curve. And people could see. This is what we thought. There'd be this huge spike at flat and the curb just to stop the hospitals being over run. It was never that we're GONNA stop people from getting the virus because it was pretty much inevitable that you you're either gonNA contracted, get sick or get drafted and at brush it right off, but everybody was going to be exposed to the thank. The curved effort spike, and they needed to change the criteria. It's now become this thing. We are putting mass and putting shields by the way I got a shield. You know this is our first week Milwaukee with the With the masks! I I pretty much saw full compliance, but you don't have any choice but to comply. If you live in Milwaukee, you're thrown out of a place. If you're not, you have to do it other than the streets. I said on the show on Thursday Thursday was the first day about sixty percent of the people I saw walking on the streets heady had masks on, and that's pretty much unchanged. Remember outdoors as long as you're not within. Six feet of anybody, you don't have to have an odd, but for most people who walk on the streets of Milwaukee say speed of say, we'll take it back. Pretty much in Cedar break. If you're downtown eventually, you're walking your venture. You're going to come within six meters. Somebody right? Now if you walk where you live on your street, you're never gonNA come within six feet of anybody. Dog Walkers It's right now about sixty percent of the people I see walking the streets of Milwaukee outdoors have it on and those that don't. It's hanging under the Chin meaning. They're going to go walk in somewhere and they bring it up, so you're kind of forced to comply with the whole thing, so everybody's got this debate about which kind of mass together should go the route of the shield? Here's the consensus. Every what I know was tried on. The Shield prefers the shield. I'm telling you that's the preferred they. The people have tried to buy. They all prefer the shield. You Watch this though you watch the lefties now. Thank the people wearing the shield. They're getting away from something something and they're all GonNa say the shield is ended up. You have to have the best once they find out. People would rather whatever people would rather do. That's the lefties arrogance there in favor of mandating whatever they think people don't want to do. You almost a condom saying. Oh, I prefer the mask. 'cause then the ban, the mask could save the after put on. The Shield of people would rather want where the shield. They are open on the bottom. You know the point is. They health experts say theoretically it's possible for something to drop below. Encircle up underneath, but you know if your goal is to stop yourself from getting it. The Shield is worthless. But if your goal is to stop from spread, get, that's the other thing. People think that by wearing the masks. They're not going to get these mess. Don't stop you from getting it all. They may make it harder for you to split. Spray it out, so you may be pulling up and down, but if you have yours on right when the miniature right in front of me, I'm probably better off. I'll grant if you. You have the thing odd. These things aren't doing anything to stop people from getting the, but they've may indeed make it harder for you to give it to somebody else in to that extent I. think that the shield probably works as well as the mass does because I mean for the droplet to come out of the shield. Let's go do curve down to the back up and hit you in the head and so on. I'm sure the mask gives a higher level of protection, but. See I. Don't think either doing damn. Thanks is my. Is My point and nor do a lot of other people so the question, simply, because which which one do you hate the least? There's the the shield is harder to take on and off. The best as in the grocery store yesterday while I said, there's been full compliance. You would not believe the number of people won't pull it over. The nose media May as well not have it odd I mean. What do you think you're doing? It's just over their mouths well. I could live with that one pretty easily myself. Plot. You don't think that your nose blows any you. You got any air coming in and out of your nose. Up Oh that's my point. But the Pierre People like it in so the down just because they've got to the point of being utterly miserable over it, but again on this. What's the endgame of this? What's the endgame of the masks? What's the criteria by which this big by which people are pushing masks? Say you don't have to wear them, and it's the same point that I raised the schools. What is the nobody ever answers this? There is no game and that there. If there's no endgame, it means it's not going to end. That's not sustainable. It's the same thing that I do what I want. The teachers complain about their pay you. How many times have you heard me? Ask this question. How much would we have to give you a year and finally shut up and stop crying about your pay. They never give you a number. It's never a number. What would it be two hundred fifty thousand a year I'll make, and then you would once and for all shot up. They won't say that because if you gave him two hundred fifty. They'd still played. They're underpaid or they'd still be whiting. So it's the same thing with the. They don't want to stay in an and gate. Because if we ever actually get to the goal that they sat, we would have to then stop doing the restriction they want which is why in Milwaukee they put the mask requirement. Even though we have no spike at all in Milwaukee nut are outside up. Our hospitalizations are up. Our number of cases that we have is not up in terms of the percentage of those being tested nothing been something of a spike elsewhere in the region, but out of the city of Milwaukee Milwaukee puts at the argument is doing the so we don't have spike. That forever. So, if we have a spike, you have to put on. But if you don't have a spike, you have to put them onto, so we don't get a spike. So what is the scenario therefore by which you don't have to put a bad? It's Paul said it's it is kind of a catch twenty two. Tenths plenty to was an overrated novel at it, even more overrated book. Movie. I try, but I was in college. Everybody was reading catch twenty to. Everybody Who wrote it? I WANNA say Joseph. Heller that doesn't seem right. Look up who wrote catch twenty two. Catch twenty two other. It what the West Joseph Heller. It's at other. Let's say they just doesn't sound right, but again. Why would it popped into my head if it wasn't here, but I mean? Why would the Rog author of a book like that pop into my head? Off Of course he's dead Paul. Everybody who wrote a book that I read it? I was in college have to be dead. Trying to think of Dave wrote a book. Did it have to be somebody by old age. That was somehow writing a book not of our people were. For All getting drunk. Nobody by age a book. I don't. I don't even write a book by at the age. That I bet now even though I could sell a million of them I. Just don't want to do it. I have explained this nine million times. And now they got the. What's that all of the thing? I could voice the book. I just don't. I might have to, but anyway. The lack of and game, and these things not sinking into people I think they're often not seeking, and because people are having a hard time believing that some of the things that are happening in front of them are in fact actually happening. I'll just give you another one. Fill. Liberals are not going to be happy, and while the Tosa until they've shut down Mayfair Mall. So, the trouble keeps happening and while Tosa even though they're getting rid of officer Mensa. Is everybody going to be shocked by that? They have to get have. Have you heard the liberal? SAID THEY WANNA shut out. They say that every time. What you think, they're making this up. Oh, they don't really. Got A cop that you're a pig to bite. You think they don't think he's a pay. No, they don't. The only thing that's different right now is the restraint that was put in place in the past it which they knew that they couldn't get away with certain things. That restraint is gone, so they're saying things that they have believed all along. Like when we go to the national anthem, and all of them and many of them don't stand which will happen now in the sporting events that you just be massive sitting. We'll be so it's just that's not going to stand screw it. These are these people did WANNA stand the whole time. They've been forced to San, but they felt spice social pressure to head the reason that there's so many of them supported capital, because there's a lot of people liberals who hate of Eric hated having to stand this whole time, but they didn't feel that they could get away with not standing now. They're emboldened feel they can get away with anything that they want to do at any aspect of life. They think right now. They could get away with doing anything. And at the moment at least they are. And If they win the election. See something. People think like Paul. That's the end all of the restrictions I don't agree with that I think that's when they decide to become even more miserable than unbearable that they think is though this means doing all these things and we got an endorsement. We won the referendum that means the public wants us to go all more. We're GONNA go, they'll move star totalitarianism, going to restrict Oliver Rights, and that's when it will be a Biden wins that they will go after the churches and again it will happen faster than you think. These are all things that I know you don't want to believe that. Liberals actually believe in their hearts, but just listened to. Listen to, him. When they tear down statues of abolitionists. Because they don't like the fact that we had a civil war to end slavery because it was something good that America did that to tell you something. Big Red Summer, there was something to do. You ever had a better better weather until I. It's been too hot for some people, but we've never really had the ninety eight. I'm saying. Muggy and ninety one ninety two Sundays, but we haven't had that ninety nine hundred or anything. Greater. Baseball is going on. You can go to the games this summer. Let's see this past week. Had would have been fest that now. They weren't gonNA pass. The was off this year. Anyway, that's a bad one I think it would have been Waukesha county fair, maybe A. Bit late July is always the greatest time, so people are left to do what you did. Just go up north. Campsite or what you in a cabin we doing we're. Ready a lake home. But here it for people that. Some people have not wanted to. Is this one that they just always rent out or is this one that people live at themselves? Part of the time and They mostly read out I bet hearing that some people didn't WanNa, do it? Because of the Colbert I just think that almost everybody other than the zealots. It's past that. Yeah, but I mean at that. People just wouldn't want to do what you've heard. The same thing with hotels that people don't want to stay in hotels because somebody else was in the room bed, the virus could still away at around and all of that the problem, the whole with the hotel businesses. Nobody say hotels because he's going anywhere else. Because there's nothing any anywhere to do, why would you go anywhere? There's nothing to do. Business is off the office buildings around close so there's nobody coming into touted decree. Nobody's coming into town. Do visit northwestern mutual their own employees out of the building buildings empty. And will be for. Again, my other the end game. What's the end game for northwestern mutual? have. They simply decided. They don't offices anymore. I GonNa get to what the sports with the schools that play sports ought to do and other that it just a second. Let me give you the weather. Today is actually the one rather moderate day that we have in this gap. It's going to be a very nice start to the week with temperatures not as warm as they were for the last few days. staying pretty much in the Upper Midwest. Eight at night, a chance of showers and thunderstorms should get into the mid sixties tomorrow. Same thing is today partly sunny chance for showers and thunderstorms seventy eight little bit warmer on Wednesday with a high of eighty, four back down to seventy, partly sunny on Thursday Friday partly sunny chance for rain and thunderstorms, eighty four degrees very nice weather. For the end of July. Northwestern Mutual your. US Banker Bibo with just opened that new office that what's the I'm serious. What's the endgame? When do you open? There's nobody up. What and the other thing is nobody? I can't find anybody initially when they put up these levels get to this and this and this. You have to achieve this. They don't have those anymore. What is the criteria? What has to happen? Give me some black and white number for instance if they would've done on Wisconsin, I think hospitalizations is the best indication of how bad in sickness is and how many people have it because who cares if somebody has it, but they're not particularly sick, but whatever even if it's not that if it's test, whatever? Why don't they just give us a number and say when we get to this point while the reopen? They never state that because I think most of these people have no planet all effort to reopen. But, if you're a business like northwestern mutual is this year long term strategy? Pulses are they not so it's the same thing with regard to these these communities that pass passed referendums to build all of these schools and out tend to use the. You aero heads putting referendum on the ballot for building more schools in November now. That I think intends to open, so that would at least have some level of consistency, but these communities they put up all of these buildings, and they don't seem to have any planet all the reopened. I mentioned northwest, but it's so many of the large employers that we have. John Evan laughing. We have the goofiest rush hour. The slowest times of the rush hour in the morning the. True because nobody's driving to go into work, because nobody works at any of these places anywhere the people that are still working or people who work in small businesses, the types tend to be scattered around the region as opposed to in the hubs, downtown or West, and so what I I'd love to get northwest than what is your end game? At Point. Does something happen when you say that you're going to let people working your buildings again. At. I. Tell All along that it's easier to shut things down that it is to start them. It's true of anything. It's like a government program. Once you a stat. Is. There any more screwed up thing that we read in this country that head start is the radiation that one kid in America has benefited from head. Some kids have but those kids that would have benefited if there wasn't headstart to have. Good parents had a good support system. To get rid of head, start, it would be easier to. Just, decide that we were going to get rid of Asia in other words. It's not imaginable to think of it. We have come up with one government program that you can get rid of you know what it is. Police. They're proving you can do that. And that you know that'll be the next sake. When after they fire Morales, they actually downsize the police department. We lay off hundreds of cops again. People will be saying well. I can't believe that they actually did it. Why do you not believe that they're going to try to do what they say they want to do? What take their serious they. The campy that up they are. Good thing about this zits ending Eddie Naievety. We had about how stupid liberals are now that they are actually empower in a position to do a lot of the things that they wanted to do. And what if trump is GONNA? There's no check lap nothing nothing. You'll see them. Do all of these things here? We will be Cuba which is what's going to happen or it won't get that bad. Yes, it will. Let me move to the sports. Now! I might need to segments to explain this. We're also very close to give you the sizzling summer cash contests text Edward. I should give a little bit of explanation as to how high school sports works in Wisconsin. Each school be or on their own gets to decide what sports they have. For instance, there's no requirement you have football on many of the small. Some of the smaller schools don't have it in some of the schools that are predominantly girls don't have football. There's no requirement that you have anything you could choose. Have whichever sports you want to have. The W. I l. a. is a state. Association is not government. People are confused about this. It's simply an association of all the schools in the state. The take part in sports. They offer sports in certain pro grabs. If the WNBA does offer the worth, the school can offer it on its own as a club level activity for example the W. i. a doesn't offer. chace. they don't offer bullet. But a school can have a bowling club and compete against other things, but it wouldn't be through the WNBA, but the W I a is the official agency. That sanctions football. Basketball. I, don't go with the major sports we have. But it is nothing more than an association of all the schools. As, you probably know there are mixed feelings around the state about the reopening of school and the restarting of Sports. It's not a hard and fast rule, but it's mostly true the following. Liberal areas don't want to open their schools. Conservative areas do. That doesn't hold up one hundred percent, but it's pretty much true. Justice been true just throughout this thing that liberals have tended to react more strongly to the virus it watch shutdowns conservatives. So the W why which is an association of all the schools has to decide what to do. There is overwhelming pressure from schools in the Madison in southwestern Wisconsin area to not reopen school. At if they're not going to reopen school, they know that the can't operate their sports. How for example ridiculous would Madison Memorial High School luck if the school was in session, but the football team to play, they can't have that. Given the fact that they and now all of the schools in Milwaukee will not be opening. At it's very hard to run, sports at the schools aren't open. The WFAN is under pressure to cancel the entire fall sports season. But all the schools that want to open. Their appalled by this. Let's imagine you live in a community in central Wisconsin. Your school is in session, but they're not going to let you have track and cross country and put your kids can't play sports because the W way. Does it allow it? I. Have, a solution. And I'm not optimistic. It's going to happen, but I have a solution. The W I. Just play without sanctioning. If some schools open. You know, let's act like we actually are people that have a little bit of additional have the athletic director from one school. Call up and say hey, let's schedule a game. It's a W. is saying she game? We're not even GONNA. Have a conference will just play and try to schedule a bunch of games in the same way that you used to do it. With teams that played softball were in the league. We'll play you play you play you. We'll play. We'll play you. The kids that are good enough for scholarships to college. Coaches are still gonNA come in and check them out. The media and their communities can still report. You have a state tournament at the end of the year, but the team, but the schools that WanNa play what another could play and we simply won't ever W I oversee the whole thing any after we're done with. All of this decided that we don't need a state association the Future Anyway and. The schools that didn't operate their kids will be all put behind the football players in the track athletes in the soccer players in the schools that stay closed and they didn't get an opportunity to compete. Their kids did miss out. That's true which their own tough luck! They're the ones that chose not to reopen. I don't think we should be ordering anybody to opening their schools. Some schools open. I. You don't want all. But the the ones that do wanNA open and want to operate a full slate of activity. She just do so. So if Sheboygan, Lutheran opens this fall. And they WANNA play sports. They should just find schools of similar size. Call up the AD and say hey. Let's schedule the game. How hard would it be to find a bunch of referees to work independent of the W. I to work? Give I seems to be that. It'd be easy to do, doesn't it? Is it ideal no. But if the W. I is GonNa take. It's rattling. Go home. Find somebody else will bring the rattle. Of. To I was going to say mix a metaphor I think that actually the same metaphor. Thought I'd need to segments that that's my explanation of this that. The problem in Milwaukee is more problematic in that the city says they're not going to allow the private schools to open at all, and that may be resolved in court does Tom Barrett have the ability to tell religious school. They can open. Does because I don't think Tom Barrett's ever told the religious school, he couldn't open before before this. Well! I I will say this. It's there's a chance they have the authority to do it. For example Tom Barrett, told the bars and restaurants. They had a close now. That remembered. That wasn't challenge the twenty. Egar's order was challenged and struck down, but nobody tried to challenge the orders that were issued in these cities. Maybe they would have been struck out. Iverson's ability to close the schools was not overturned by the State Supreme Court. But remember this order is not from Iverson. This is being done at a local level. There's no state order of the schools opening or closing. This is being left to the individual schools in their own communities to do what they want. And bear issuing this order putting Milwaukee schools level five, which is a level that as I say, we'll never get to level five. But the time we get to level I discovered. Another flu or other virus read other something or at other. By the way you've been hearing for the doctors that the flu, this year is worse than ammonia. You heard this. Which is true? The flu is actually a pretty bad version of the flu, and a lot of people think that allow the positive covert tests for the flu or that many people had both at the same time. They're categorized as a coping death, but the flu was actually the thing that not about, but try to fight anybody. That's afraid of the flu. You may be likely right now to get really sick from the flu them from the call, but yet we're scared to death, but the flu. The covert nineteen, it ended up just getting this reputation as Back. You were a teeny weeny little school. Randomly Easter whatever. I I still think it's funny that westbound, east and westbound West. They're in the same building that is just like. Have you ever heard of any school anywhere in? America doing that other than them. Is I. Don't I'm not aware of one. I'm not aware of it. Where they just it's really only one school, but they claim that the only, but they have to just for the purposes of extracurriculars. We've been through this the past. They just to have two football teams in two bands at school plays more opportunities for kids at a large school would have. I think it's unbelievably stupid, but I would think that because anybody who wouldn't go to a school today by that's Dan. Did you do that with every school? while. We want to give kids more opportunities that I do. Get kids more opportunities on the other. Had it been kids? That wouldn't have the opportunity because they're not good enough or getting an opportunity. Is that what you WANNA teach kids I. Also seems to be. It's a waste of money and Resources West Bend that at that way forever and ever and ever you went to random lake. Give, It's not the right example to small Amato. Even where I came from his too small of a town, let's just say Milwaukee which is a big city with a lot of different high schools. Think back to your kid there's. A Kid. That had a reputation of being a real tough guy. You see what I'm saying, but may as you just heard about it, and maybe a lot of people that know but Alice he's a tough guy. And then you find out somebody beat up. Or Somebody Challenge Hillary ran away. And in other words, his reputation was no his actual personality was nowhere near as tapas reputation. Isn't that what Colbert is? seriously. I mean. People that are more afraid of this than they are of. Colon cancer. I'm serious. He has called Oh now is colon cancer? So, what is it that our reacting? I think about all the things that I. If I, thought I had at your heart would sink, and you start thinking Oh my goodness about your mortality, and you have to plan. Okay etc.. Kobe eight hundred and fifty two on the list could be I could. Crack up my car tonight and Diet I could probably trip and crack my head and go into a coma this. But we have just put this thing at a level in which. We're freaked out about it. But? That's Paul. Yeah that at Deuce like you to all did not knowing how to you I drunk riding driving that big into a tree. If you die, you're going to be. Wouldn't you? Wouldn't you dig used to drive a moped or something? You're made you stop. A Honda spree. That would I think that I could see you slip at sliding. Right in front of a truck at drags over your stupid Scott. I mean if you died of the Colbert. That'd be bad, but. It's not gonNA happen. First of all. You're not ninety. You don't have any pre existing conditions. You have to have the worst in the world. Do I think you could get the Colbert and after go home because you tested positive, and then you see you're a WIMP. You'd probably actually claimed you things that you didn't have. A sore throat, sniffle gate, and yes I don't I. Grant you like anything else. Some people get really sick at. It's awful, and they thought I think they're gonNA die and they can't breathe. That's true. But we're acting. That's like that's what happens to everybody that gets it. You know what it was. People happened. How most people react. Eric Bledsoe of the bucks. Okay. I can't go to practice for a week. You feel that symptoms. No by the way. Do you think he had it? No. Do you think he has it? I have no confidence in these. I. Don't believe that I. I don't know if I'll get to this later. I do not believe. That, these tests are correlating very well at all to whether or not, you actually have it and I don't think the doctors believed so either, which is why they're having to back every two days to be retested. And I also think that the counting the antibody test of the same as the testing positive for the virus I think the numbers and the databases are all screwed up so therefore the more testing we do, the more the screwed up. The numbers are going to be the only barometers that you can have that you can be that you can trust our doubts. That can even be manipulated because somebody you know they're. They have something else. You cut it as Cova death or hospitalization, but you at least know there are people there. The tests they. I I don't prostate and we keep acting as though this. The information that we have is that we're working off a spectacular data. I think it's very possible. Eric Bledsoe to does not have covid. In southern California fifteen jockeys tested positive for over the shutdown racing at Delmyra last weekend. I don't believe they all. Add I just don't. I don't. I think that some of them might have had. The Co might have had the common cold virus that it showed up as the Kobe thing, they had the common cold virus, but we're in sick when you have fifteen jockeys, the test positive and every single one of them says we didn't feel second. All does that make you wonder if either a this is the weakest virus of all time or the tests were wrong? The. Funny thing is every single time. horse test positive for something. The trainers all say it's a false positive when the jockeys test positive accepting everybody just assumes that it's correct. WSMR's late afternoon show you sound different or not. I got the mascot. May Ask I not a man I'm sorry, the shield difference. I have the shield. Obviously I wouldn't use it during the well being on the radio. Just I wouldn't wear the mask while being on the air here, but I do put it put the shield I prefer of the two. If I had to wear, what are the to the shield, and as I said in talking to people in anybody who lives in the city's been dealing with this all weekend of the people who have tried the shield. It's unanimous. They all prefer. The Shield Paul says you look Dorky I but what I? Don't think I look Dorky if I'm sitting here with a mask on. You look worse. What I noticed is the people that were wearing the shield. You. Don't really notice it that much, and you get used to it real quickly because. Remember your everybody around your somebody's either got a mask or a shield on, and I think not to notice the shield as much in terms of. people who like it, anybody who wears glasses as I do much prefers the shield because. If you wear the mask off at. You're getting this problem with your glasses that are steaming up also. There's all these cheater masks that are out there. Don't you know about these? They got holes cut in in the nostrils, so that your actual era goes out through that way, and then they're. They're black over like screened. Holes of the people can't tell because. That's the next thing. Liberals are GONNA. Try to tell if your mask cheater, water or not a real would. Anyway I'll take so it's not Sony stupid. Yes I had what? The city's loophole rule the the. If you're eating drinking, NFL mascot I that's that's the thing that I got on the the buyer orders that pushed for the sake of the first place. HOW OBNOXIOUS THEY WERE! They were the ones that pushed hard for this Dan Dan and that bunch, and then they wrote this giant loophole for themselves. So yes, if you're in a bar or restaurant, and you're not eating or drinking, you're supposed to have it on. But why would you be in a bar or restaurant and not eating or drinking? Siamese theoretically if you're going over to play one of the gambling machines, or if you go to the bathroom, you're supposed to put your mask your mask on and what I mostly saw people did that. And, The probably going to have to do it now. The grocery stores in the other places that you're obvious it's going to be on. All the time and most of them say face coverings. We'll see whether or not place except the face shield that I saw the face shield in Milwaukee all over the place all weekend, so at least initially the people that tried it. Let let me give you a chance. Here. I want to get a winner today. We're going to move to the cigarette of the first one early in the hour. This one's a little bit later out of the are. We're GONNA. Get a winter day if we don't. It's your fault. I don't. I don't care if you think this is unfair. we live in a world which nothing makes any sense about this affair at all it and this is the way it is. Okay. It's unfair. It's also unfair that somebody that's walk around sitting in his old office with nobody else said it in Milwaukee has to wear a mask on, and if somebody comes in and sees with Owen and takes a photo. The city's GonNa. Fight Him. That's unfair to. The word for this hour is cash. CAS H cash. You have until five PM. That's still better than a half hour to texting cash to two hundred two hundred do at anytime between now and five. One time you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info, Standard Data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. It's four twenty five at newstalk eleven thirty wins time for rapid traffic forty one have a mask rule by the end of the week I, nothing would surprise me at this point I always at Tosa, just assume the worst. So, we take a guess. I don't know if they're planning to meet or anything on the other hand that meeting to fire the fire. The police officer Ben came up pretty. Pretty out of nowhere also I assume if people show up and yell at him though. People show up and yell at them, and then they'll require require the masks. Do whatever whatever a crowd seems to yell at them. You were you what anywhere in to us over the weekend? Don't I don't hang out until. I refuse well I. DO while you're White, probably shops or groceries. You shop for anything very little. Avoided, if I can when I do go. I live close enough to burke field. I. Just go to Brooklyn. But you weren't really anywhere Brookdale either. Yeah. I've I did make a conscious attempt driving around over the weekend to pick up on mask-wearing and not obviously. All major retailers require and the without regard to where you live I mean the targets and pick and saves and menards and I'd just about all of them. Everywhere, what the the thing that I immediately noticed! Though is the instant leave the city limits. You don't see them when people were outdoors. Far. It's just over fifty percent of the people on the streets are riding. Bikes are wearing mass. When you leave the city limits where it's not required anymore. It gets down to close to zero inside the stores harder to tell because other than the smaller independent stores. They're pretty much being required in the source. I don't know if that gets kicked in everywhere. But almost all the major chains doing it, and they are throwing the join people out so. Big Delays as you say. Is that working and they're not making sure a card. that. The if you say asthma well, why are you know you don't think some people just lying claim asthma? But you get shaved well. What are you care about? Getting shaved well. Add you actually you actually have. I would love that for people to think you're. That's how you like to be. The person that actually has a condition and people just think you're lying about the whole thing. You really have. You? Don't really have it I you don't have you tell you couldn't wear a mask. Well That's dot in Milwaukee where there's Zealot Lake enforce people taking photos I wonder if people would give your crap. And not I, I I don't know. were, early audited this. Just say asthma and walk past. I actually now want to have asthma. I would rather have asthma and not have to wear this stuff. I'm sorry I. Don't want a bad case, but like you what? Honk away never. You have real as it was the last time you had an asthma attack. Last for how long! Were you like what of those gravity and how? Were you like Felix, Unger and the ad couple of remember him he gets. What was it asthma? I I assume that was asthma was just a kid I. Don't know if you can't sinus problems. Do you ever watch the couple John? sinus issues, but it wasn't as my I. Don't think I didn't even know. I was a kid I was at the stage. Right inhabit anything yet. I just thought that was asked, because then he didn't. He just sinus problems. Who was better that show Tony Randall? Jack Klugman. Pulses Tony Randall. Who would you say? I mean he had the more like obnoxiousness. So he living about that is. In both the movie and the TV show. They were brilliantly casted I. Mean I can't think of two better pairs of you know. What of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. They were cast zillions of movies that was just a team that had such opposites that had incredible currency. Yeah, they work so well together and they did so many movies together, but to grab TV show to grab Tony Randall. Jack Klugman. It's almost other than Matthau and Lemmon. The Perfect Felix Felix and Oscar, and not just because that's how they are in real life, but in terms of the image just had them I mean Jack Klugman always seemed like an Oscar and no matter what Tony Randall was any seemed like Felix. Seemed like typecasting. TV, shows went back in the day. That was pretty good. Everybody says the movie was better, but you know the movie. The do two hours that it was based on the play that Neil Simon wrote and Neil. Simon said that he struggled and labored over the player as they had a crank. Thirty Nine TV shows a year, so of course they'd all be a little bit better I think you're. Marshall did that TV show? I think that was what I was. You know he did so many things he was of happy days and I think he was part of that. But of course, the TV show is based on science, but I think the week to week here in Russia. What's the traffic lake over there? STANDING UP FOR MILWAUKEE? This is the mark belling late afternoon show. News Talk Eleven thirty W I S. Earlier in the program was mentioning that like I'll do a story on the show and then five days later. People will tell me about the very story that I actually I dislike what you're about to hear. He's going to be one of these. The top executives of Briggs and Stratton set in place last year. Golden Parachute agreements for themselves to give themselves windfalls in the event that the company was sold or what under? If you follow and I have no particular insight on why Briggs business went. Sour weather dot. It was covid related, or if there were long term trends. Or not as we've seen with regard to the economic impact. In the economy over Covid, some companies have thrived and others have been devastated. Briggs and Stratton has always been a company because if it's labor costs agreement, they've tried to move some jobs to Mexico the type of industry that they're in its level of competition. It's always been a company that was. Vulnerable, because there's a lot of competition in the area that it's in and in the manufacture, the small engines that they make it extremely competitive type of business, and it's a cyclical company when I say cyclical, those companies that rise and fall. With a strong economy, a cyclical company is one where when businesses and consumers have a lot of money. That company does well. And when they don't. They do poorly. The opposite of a cyclical would be say toothpaste company. Their sales aren't going to go up or down on the basis of a strong economy, but the airline industry is cyclical. Steel is often cyclical. Anyway. Briggs and Stratton has agreed to sell off the majority of its assets and then go into. A chapter eleven. The long term future of the company and its employees in Milwaukee obviously engraved out. Company K S, S, buying off most of the assets, and then the company is going to go into chapter eleven I do not know if the golden parachute. Takes effect with the sale of the assets of the company. I would not be surprised if it does the Golden. Parachute Agreement, and what a golden parachute agree, but does is it takes the top executives of the company and says before the. Of the company they are allowed to be paid, and then the sums of money are. Listed and there is a golden parachute agreement in place for most of the top executives. Of breaks doubt it's GONNA. Take somebody who wants to get into this in greater depth than I'm going to be able to do at this time in the program to see whether or not, that's the case, but don't be surprised the. The Wall Street Journal of the J. US online or somebody reports on this and five days, and then people contact me and say mark. You won't believe this the guys. Some breaks cashed out of this that what I do know is that they put these things in place in anticipation of an event like the one that we're seeing right now. occurring. Let's move up. Late last week. The family of? Suspended while the Tosa police officer Joseph Mensah. started a gofundme campaign to try to raise money so that the family officer mentioned can hire a lawyer. To deal with the. Attempts by the city of Tosa to. Essentially destroy his life. But wife Tosa has done. To MENSA. Is Arguably an act of racism. I say arguably that means you can argue both sides. But is unarguably. One of the worst cases I can say of. Of a government wrongly destroying someone's character other. Than those cases where every now and then we just convict the wrong person, said the prison. That's obviously terrible. You convict the Rod Guy, and he serves years if for that, that's about as bad example and destroying someone's character wrongly that you can do short if something like that. They're not sending to prison. It's at that level. Because, while they've not convicted of a crime, and in fact, he has not been found guilty of any type of wrongdoing at all as a police officer. They have destroyed his name and reputation, and they have made it impossible for him to get a job in law enforcement Agai-. Anywhere Joe mets tries to get hired as a cop. With the people look into it the first thing that they'll find out has. Fired wa Tosa Wisconsin after shooting three people. Try In this anti-cop environment to overcome that and get a job as a police officer. The thing that he's always wanted to do with his life. Now, I'll say you. The being in public employment does not mean you should be exempt from being fired. I'm the person the points out. It is ridiculous how hard it is to fire a bad teacher. I'm not against firing bag cops. I think in general in government. If you're not very good at your job, we should fire you. I think it's healthy in any field to fire the first the worst five percent of a company every year. I work at a field which even in good times the numbers like thirty. Average radio station. What's the turnover per year? I mean in good times covert or anything thirty percent, maybe three in ten people who signed on January first December thirty first. Sports world. It's worse, you know. Pretty much any type of field where the only thing that matters is how good you are. You Know Liga Radio Talk. Show the shows. No good. There's no point in them having me on the air. So. I in general believe the poor performances should get. You fired that it is a great motivator for people at I would even say among police officers I. Don't mean wrongdoing brutality, just the ones that. It every field is and there's some people that are no good. There's bad plumbers. There's bad talk show hosts. There's bad roofers. There's bad call screeners. There's bad bread-makers. Bad at Cardi's. Bad Doctors Yeah. That's one of the keys in life I've never done this segment. How do you get? How do you get a good doctor? Well that. Should do it now. Even though I'm a limo, my officer Mensa thing because you know if I haven't done it in thirty years, chances are if I haven't done it. I'll never do it until now. It's actually pretty simple as in LAS VEGAS I. I always say fifteen years ago. Everything I say about Las Vegas was fifteen years ago whether it was twenty five or four, I, just saved fifteen. They all blend together like it seems like fifteen years ago. I sat next Ed McMahon of the race book. It's gotta be more than that. He's been dead forever and ever a set next to Willie Davis in the race book at the at. At the Malaysia I'd say fifteen years ago. That might have been twenty five Willie just passed away about a year ago. Everything that I think of Las Vegas when I sat next Tom Bosley and play blackjack. I'd say I'd say that was fifteen years ago. That's probably why they all seem like fifteen years ago. Anyway. I was in the race, but there was a waitress one of the cocktail waitresses and they befriend the regulars in any of these things. It's not like the table games and remember the waitresses they this is. This is back in the brings for free and coffee was free, and so I'd end the regulars like county some Las Vegas that would come in for the race, but there was just the thing that they would do. They do some of them, but that was. The guy was sitting right excavating was he was an older guy, clearly a retiree I would say his seventies, but. Remember the guy's name. The guy's name was John and talking to one of the waitresses and the waitresses, saying something about she needed to go to the doctor for something or another, and she was a younger woman, Twenty, seven, twenty, eight, twenty nine, and I heard her say to the Guy I don't know which doctor to go to. And the guy was saying well. Your friends ask your friends. If they have a good doctor to recommend above that, you know your parents live in town. Do they have a doctor of I? Think your bar manager supervisor in other words Keller. We'll talk to somebody a little bit older you. That's probably had to go to the doctor. You don't want to guess if you just call up. They're gonNA. Give you the doctor that probably has the fewest patients, and maybe the newest on the list and so on. If you want a good doctor, you got to kind of find out via word of mouth. WHO THE BEST BEST! What is it you know? When I moved to Milwaukee I, did the same thing had. Actually lucky with by primary care doctor I did the way you're not supposed to. They just assign me to enact had him for. Had IT for thirty years. He spectacular. You know what the problem with all of my doctors now. They're all my age because that's you know when. I've lived here thirty one years so usually I'm going to start with a younger doctor. Because when you're a new patient, the older ones aren't taking new. Almost! All of my doctors are my age and they're almost. I mean they're right and left all quit. Let's get to officer beds some. His family started a gofundme page to raise money, so they can hire a lawyer for the legal battle that goes on here at. He has I think a significant legal case. I. Thank. You could make the case that officer Mensa is remember you can. You can fire employees at will, but you can't fire employees to wrongful termination, and you can't fire them if you discriminate against them. I'm of the opinion and there's no way to prove this. That the black lives matter protesters who made such as think about officer. Ben Said while Matosa. I believe. And I don't WanNa make a wild accusations. Back up the things I say, but I believe this I can't prove it. I believe they wanted him fired because he's black. That's what I believe. If you watch. Any of the not the best example, if you see some of the Ri- Youtube of some of the protests that have gone out of the Milwaukee area, because the TV stations often sanitized this. Or if you talk to some of the people who've been there are if you talk to some of the police, officers of an avowed did. What you will notice is when the crowds start chanting at the cops, the target the black cops. I can tell you that I know and it's secondhand. Information Paul might have second information, too, because he's got a relative. WHO's a was a cop? But some of the things that have been said to African American police officers that are standing alongside of these protests are unbelievable. The uncle blank is mild. It's nothing in comparison they are being told terrible things about their race that they are sellouts to their race that they. And they're getting worse than the white cops. I BELIEVE That many of the protesters not remember here. This side of George flighted Minneapolis. Of all six communities in southeastern Wisconsin, is it not a little unusual? That Wa what Tosa became Ground Zero now I do get. Officer was involved in the three fatal shootings of that certainly usual. We didn't have that rap with other top. Around here. But of all the departments at all the cops he was specifically. SINGLED OUT And they singled him out even though. He was cleared in all of the shootings at the third. What is still under some review? But the first he was cleared. I believe they wanted to get him because they just hated the notion of a blacktop. I also believe that. The media's coverage of officer Mensa deliberately sanitized his race. As you know, I have been making a big point of this on my show for a couple of weeks. I started this two or three weeks ago. I did a segment on the show at which. I mentioned that I tried an experiment in my own life. I talked to what ten or fifteen people that I know. And chose mostly people that are kind of aware of the news, and as it would happen. Two of them are former police officers. In, other words would kind of know. You, know cops. Are they gossip they? Another. I asked them. I didn't tip off right away I asked the. Would you know about Joe Mensah? Not Much? You know he looks like. Now when you ask, someone looks like at first black you that you know that's one of the things you'd say. None of the volunteered and then I asked. Did you know he's black? One person knew. This guy has been covered as much as anybody's name in southeastern Wisconsin over the last number of months. Yet, the people so I just gotTa. Get I get anecdotal. Evidence is bad. But these are people that I knew and they were all asked. Nobody heard me ask the question to other just independently over two or three days and I mentioned the program. After I did it on the program. The number of people who said to me. Before you said that I had no idea. And I've had people tell me that they have been asked a bunch of people themselves did that. You know that the officer from Warwick would host is black and no one knew. If, you go back and Google, the months worth of news stories. Almost, no stories mentioned his race. And those that do it's buried. And if you go watch any of the television stories of the last number of months, they never show his picture. At his pictures never in the newspaper. In fact as of last week, it's. Now, at it's going to change because of the gofundme page, and the fact that it's getting US coverage. If you Google Joseph, Mensah and then Google Matab on Google that says images. None would up of new stories. You'd find a couple of social media, things and so. Easy it is to get a photo of a COP. Not to mention the fact that he's been on duty. All you have to do is have an officer. Go take a pitch. They didn't WanNa do it. They didn't want to put the photo in, and they did not include that element in the story. Including, the element of the story changes the narrative. There has been an implication without saying that these shootings racist. Obviously when one finds out the racist police officer, you might still question the shootings, but you can't claim a racial motivation unless Joseph Mensah odd individual that simply wants to kill people of Color, even though he is one himself, which is a very hard story to sell. So I think he could make the claim for racial discrimination log with wrongful termination. And his potential gain enormous, because remember when you sue. What are the criteria that can be used that awarding damages is loss of future income. And I think his potential to work as a police officer. Itihaad then add also if he had served his full, he's a younger man served his whole career. Wa does the value of his pension at the time that it's over. I don't want to raise anybody's taxes. But I think people. Are GonNA. Lose millions and I'm glad. You're community into this guy in your name. You deserve to pay for and your role. They begin paying when they when they get their next thing done. which is to get may get first of all. They're going to get the cops out of Mayfair for good at once. The cops are out of Mayfair for good. It's open season on Mayfair. That's the beginning of the end debate here. Since officer. MENSA was SOC-. It's suspended pending firing. The number of people had watto's who have angrily complained about this contacted me. People who know officer Mensa Noah's family. I know several people who contact it'd be. The are part of the. He had his his church. There are people who know his. A believe it's the fiance. I think he's engaged I. Don't think married yet. that know her. Everybody just raves about what wonderful people they are in family had. Tremendous character. At I've talked to a few police officers evolved. You know it is kind of weird. Three shootings, three separate things and the answer I get is just the same on all the all the time. Because he's proactive. He's not one of the ones that lays back. You, know, you're at the mall. He sees the guy running toward the ball with God. It's because he got out there quickly that he was front and line to see him, so he was the one that told him to. Drop the God. When that guy turns around and shoots at him therefore, he's in the one to shoot back after the guy shot at him. The same thing with regard to the drug deal in the park where Anderson was sitting in the park in his car. This is an observant. Patrol notices this guy that's sitting in the car and sitting in the car and sitting in the car and sitting in the car in other words, he was aware. He saw. So. And I got I spoke to soft two offices about this. Because you know most police officers go their entire career without shooting the service revolver and. The statement was I. It's weird, but there's nothing about any of them. That made it appear to be trigger happy because on their own. All the shootings appear. To be defensible. So anyway, there is a gofundme page up for officer Mensa and I linked it out I. Just keep telling you guys to do this I. Have specifically designed belling Dot Com the way that it is i. don't want it to be flashy. I wanted to be information-based. Just check it every day to see first of all. We have permanently. Sit around. That are all real good, but I put up daily links that we add them every now and then I did link up last week. Go Fund me for officer Mensa Editors Upper Right. Now and you can see what his family has to say about him, and you could see a photo of. It they've raised a little over thirty thousand dollars in the ROB trying to get a lawyer on retainer. He's going to have to separate cases. He's the police. Association will represent him in terms of his Of in terms of his job action, but he may have a separate action in terms of the damage that's been done to his career and. The way he has been slandered liable by a number of public figures. I also think he has the potential. There's some limited liability to the public official can have. But some of the members of the Common Council who shot off their big gaps including heather cool. You can't just go out there. And essentially call another human being a murderer when they're not. I mean. Some people disagree with me about Steven, avery but he's convicted of murder. I have to say in my defense. He was convicted and found by jury. No one his officer Mensa guilty of anything. including any violation of departmental rules. Eddie was terminated against the its police chief. Now. What are the end results? This is and it started to happen over the weekend. Don't look for Wa wa of bail. Any of you whiny ass wall Tosa people out when you're in the middle of some problems. The Common Council and Mayor have made it clear. They don't want the cops messing with the protesters. There was some trouble at heart park over the weekend and I have. Member whose family who has family member who was endangered as part of this and he's hacked off. The police didn't respond. This is what your community wanted. You can't have it both ways. You can't disarm the police department. You can't ruin the careers of the police. The police officers whatever they take Eddie proactive action, and then turned around and expect a call, a cop and have them run and jump to you instantaneously face a little bit of trouble. Story I alluded to last week in Milwaukee as things, sometimes these things, no in one ear out the other about one of the people who demanded the loudest. In support of the protesters had been walkie who him or herself is now facing trouble and needs police protection. About? Thirty. S At mark belling made after you ensure a little bit here. I'll give you the five o'clock our word in the sizzling summer cash contest still still to come on today's program. Forget to be talking about the issues that are going on in the city of Milwaukee police chief. Alfonso Morales will either be fired, tonight or setup for firing by giving him demands that they know he won't do at the same time. There are new ethics charges against the fire and police commission chairman is out to get him. Stephen Divide Duval. David Goss you add up a fire and police commission that is led by a corrupt chairman that is firing and honest and decent police chief, and again like so many other things that are out here. Nobody standing up and supported Morales nobody. What's going to happen before tonight's meeting is untold number of Milwaukee. Police officers are going to march to the meeting in a show of support for chief Morales the rare case of chief, having the strong support of the rank and file of his department. I don't whether or not it's going to do any good. At all. The city ethics, Commission started a new investigation today of the Chairman of the Commission David Goss he's The guy who tried to put the fix. A sexual assault investigation to the politically connected developer Kahlon Hayward. But they WANNA get rid of Morales and. It's like so many other things that we have seen you don't see anybody who wants to put their neck out and stand up for some of these people who have targets in part because. People again over the last several days. Well did I can fire him. They're not gonNA fire. That's the part that's driving me crazy where people don't understand right now. Everything that any liberal wants to do they are doing. All these things that they've never been able to do in the past. Just fire a strong police chief for no reason. Other than as a strong police. They're doing it. This is happening all over the place. Look quickly, Joe Biden caved. I'm not in favor of defunding. The police Joe Biden now thinks he can come right out and say. Of course he's not saying defined. He's saying redirect so when he gets in. And what's going to happen, is this the federal government will end all grants for law enforcement, and that will require local communities deeply fund, because all these departments get a chunk of their money and people get it will be. I can't believe they'll do what I can't believe. They'll do it I. can't believe they'll do it. On the case with regard to. Officer Mensa, have because I'm already running way too long. It Day show the opportunity to share some of the things that I've gotten but heart wrenching statements many from longtime residents Wa Tosa. Just shocked after what's going on? In their community now. Do you reap what you soulard? Yeah, so what you reap you reap what yourself you have to slow at first then you reap two terms you don't use any war wins the last time you heard a farmer saying. He sold his seeds as opposed the planet. Well Reap pretty much pick or harvest I don't hear much reaping going out with their First of all you electoral tillerson and heather cool to the Common Council. Don't be surprised. If you have a city council like that in Madison. In terms of Denis McBride who I think has turned out to be a significant disappointment. If you hire a mayor who doesn't have any backbone? Don't be surprised when your city is governed by mayor. That doesn't have any backbone. As for the remainder of the members of the Common Council and Waubosa. Who did what they did? I been told addict odelay that the moment that they freaked out was the last time the city council meeting was stormed. And people were screaming in their faces. That they just got terrified that they were gonNA. Start coming to their houses, and do what happened to the mayor in Seattle and so odd. These people while Tosa. Conservative quiet neighborhood and suddenly they're being treated as though. They're leading a big city like Seattle, and so why that they just freaked out decided. SPROULE Mensa I'm not going to have. Somebody threw a rock through my window. I. Don't know if that's true. I've told by people who know some of these people that that's motivating them. Again I don't know what I do know. Is that I couldn't find anybody in Tosa willing to support Mensa until he was fired now. I have all sorts of people who say that they're distraught. I'm not GonNa Ball anybody out here. But you're. Distraught a little bit. What you're trying to do right now is closed the barn door after the cow straightaway the time to have shown support for officer. It was before they ruined his life. Just as in. The time to show support for. For Chief Morales is now. I've got people running around China. Dog Tom Barrett because he was up in door county without a mascot. You A dog Tom Barrett. haw Dogging Tom Barrett for our fire police commissioned that he totally controls. Firing police chief just because they don't like the fact that he's a good police chief at he's a Republican. Anyway. While as I said I received a lot of things over the weekend with regard. To the situation while Boto say and I don't have time to share. All of them want to read just what? I'm going to clean up or clean the wrong word. I'm going to delete a little bit of information here because the person is on the Tulsa Police Department. At I do not want to identify him. He does indicate what his role duties are. I'm going to take out all of that and just refer to him as a police officer. It's not the largest department of the world. Mark I've been a listener and a fan of yours for years I am and then mentioned what he does as a police officer, the city of Walmart also. I've been a cop for almost and I'm not gonNA. Mention the number of years again. I want to protect him, but he lists hog. He's been on there. He says I work, and then he mentioned the shift. I won't say the shift. And Try to get my office work done quickly during the week. And I try to listen to your program when I can when it works with shift. I am emailing you because. I know if you feel my content of any use, you will use the utmost discretion. My employers in our city will not be a fan of me contacting you. As you have so poignantly stated in the past show about the Walla Tosa Common Council and the Wildwood Does Police Fire Commission, being cop and Tosa is terrible right now. We have no confidence that we would be supported by politicians if one of US had to defend ourselves, I wanNA make the distinction between department and the politicians at City Hall. He then mentions the reasons that he knows personally officer men said I won't indicate anything about what they have worked together in that apartment. He is of the utmost character. I have never quested. That I have never looked at his race and say I have never looked at his race s ability to do the job. It is the attempt at certain groups to push their idea into others that he cannot do the job. This is false. I see his race and background is a benefit to my other cops. I have seen Joel for months. Now that this has happened, it is tearing him up. It wears on us for him. We are sick of our local politicians offering US opposite scapegoats. I personally thought our police and fire commission would be the last slide that would stand up for us. That didn't happen. My cops and Co workers have had enough. Many people don't realize we have not been able to feel staffing numbers for years. We just signed a contract with the Milwaukee Regional Medical Complex for three billion dollars roughly a year on a sliding scale. How the heck can we maintain our current staffing? Let alone staffing for adding twenty-one police officers over the next three years to fulfill that contract. We're taking over for the sheriff's Office. Toast has kept that under wraps, so he's planning out here that for all the calls. The police in World War toasted the contract. Take on the duty for the entire Milwaukee. County medical conflicts that would require more staffing not less, you continues. My cops are scared even to make a stop for speeding. My fellow cops what happened? What happens is if the driver starts making issues about race. Our fellow cops have even had stops with people of color, and they are having excellent conversations. During the stop. One time was because the driver didn't have a licensed said they were waiting for the Grandad to come and pick them up. A lady stopped by and asked if the black female driver is okay, because it looks like the officer is lecturing her. At as officer points out, he was just having a conversation. This is the kind of thing that are cops need to deal with even if they decide to do anything. Our activity right now is so low and his laughable. We hate essentially being neutered as cops. This is what we are. We want to arrest. We wanted to arrest these protesters who disrupt life for autists tax payers, but until we have backing for the politicians, we are alone and it's not going to happen. Maybe this was of use to you if not. I understand as I am not a great writer. Our cops are honest men and women who are genuinely hurt to the core. Joseph Mensah is looking at losing his livelihood for doing his job. It's from someone on the department. In while we're taught, and as I said I have received a lot. Of reaction for residents people who know the family. And so When we come back after the break and I'm going to give you right now. The Suzanne Sommer cash contest. Suzanne Sommer. Contest texted word for the five o'clock hour. I WanNa tell you about the situation that occurred at Heart Park. Yesterday after the reality in the future Walla. Toss and I think it's going to be the reality every time. There's a problem at the mall. Let's face it if you're a protest the right now. Why would you not go to Mayfair Mall every day? Knowing that essentially the police? No, they can't do anything. They'll be accused of race. You can't right now if you're a top if you see somebody running into the mall with God. And, he shoots it you. You can't shoot back. Officer Mensa dead and he's been fired. So even if somewhat with a god for potential mass murderer is running to the ball with a gun, and you tell him to drop it in instead. He shoots it you. You can't do anything. And the police although it, they also know that the last thing in the world they want to be the first one to respond to any of these things where they'd be the one that would have to encounter. Toss burn because of what they did here. All going to happen. And I'm sorry. Part of it is because many of the people that while Tosa didn't stand up and have the backs of this officer until it was too late. And? Yes, it is all about you. And I'm not suggesting that the people who. Are not part of this caving proud John. Wyatt talks a lot about his anger. But what's going on this committee? Ab Lab I'm referring to the other side. For the people who are willing to sacrifice this police officer. The Altar of political correctness. It suck up to protesters thinking that somehow that if you gave them what they wanted, they would go away. This is not going to go away. Every encounter now that we haven't Matosa between police officer would African American police officers are going to be under a microscope, and this is going to lead to less enforcement of the law and. Mayfair is simply now a target. You had an individual who was running toward the ball with a gun, a stolen gun. He's under the age of eighteen, and he had thirty five rounds of ammunition his fatty pack. We all know what what's likely going to happen. He got into the mall and the police officer who proactively dealt with it after he was shot at. He's the one who was fired. You've got to think about that. And what three years we see what Wildwood Tosa has become. We will know why it when it started to happen. In the meantime. You can stand in solidarity with this officer. But what happened in this community could happen next in Shorewood, awake despair, whatever other suburban community decides to roll over a cave into a bunch of agitators who hate cops at I think targeted this cop because of his race. But it'd be awarded. Wins Mark belling late afternoon show. But a share one more. Information about officer side is we finally start the five o'clock hour, which believe it or not is not yet started. We'll talk about the situation bobbing the attempts to go after chief Morales and the latest ethical problems Stephen, divide David Gas, the head of the fire and police commission and An individual whose character is open to question. I WANNA share the first from the audience mark I'm going to try to keep this brief to the point as possible. I'm a thirty five while I won't go into much more. I live album Tosa this afternoon. He said this yesterday. I got a frantic call from my younger brother screaming that he has surrounded by a group of protesters at Hyde. Park and he's in fear for his life. A little context that my brother. He is. He mentioned his name and about ten years ago, his life was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with epilepsy, which was followed shortly by a diagnosis four degenerative disease. He's a great guy to be around, but due to two brain surgeries to try to eliminate a role, the seizures he can be very impulsive can act inappropriately. So back to today unknown to be, there was a group of protesters gathered in the back parking, lot area of Hart Park and my impulsive, but well-meaning brother wandered upon this demonstration. A few words were exchanged into my brother. Yelled. All lives matter is they yelled? Black lives matter back. This is the point that he called me. I live fairly close to the area, so I was able to get there quick. Thank God. This group was made up of mostly docile people who were able to diffuse the situation in the short time between the phone call and my arrival to the park. On my way to the park, I immediately dialed nine one one believing that my brother was about to be brutally beaten by an angry mob, a situation that we have seen played out many times across the country. I alerted the dispatch of the situation, and that I was a concealed carry permit holder. Who was td I expressed my concern about what what might what I might arrive defied. She took by name a number as well as my brothers, and she said she would call him. We hang up the phone with no more Info Exchage I arrived at the park a few minutes later and was grateful that the whole situation was already pretty calm. What eyewitnesses this group of people maybe thirty to? To fifty mix crowd of protesters, they were smoking marijuana and having for lack of a better term, a party I did have a short civil conversation with a few of the protesters, and then left with my brother, as I, was leaving some thirty minutes after I called nine one one I noticed the wobble Tosa car roll through the park. What I got home I called the Tosa nonemergency number to express my concern. That was such a potentially volatile situation. There wasn't an immediate police response. The dispatcher told me that the Tulsa Common Council and the fire and police commissioner of ordered the Tosa Police Department, not to interfere in any way with pro with with with Blm. Protests are protesters. She told me that on multiple occasions protesters have even assembled in front of the police station and engaged in all types of illegal and disruptive activity. Knowing the police can't do anything. This of course is true if you've been following this Tosa, I agree with all of your sediments that things will get wild wild Tosa before they do at Milwaukee especially with this spineless leadership that our elected officials have been exhibiting. So anyway. You have a situation in which a guy says I have a gun and I'm going over. The hard part because my brother is being threatened by protesters. Brothers being threatened by protesters. You need to get over there and took thirty minutes. Not People can overreact time when you call nine one. What? Maybe it wasn't thirty maybe only seems like it to him, but it wasn't an instantaneous response. And you folks in Welby Tosa better be aware that it's not going to be an instantaneous response. The last thing Eddie Watterson Police Department officer wants to do is respond to these protests and deal with trouble with the protest is because they are situation where whatever it is that they do is to make things worse. You have also had members of the city council publicly say that Tulsa Police of harassing the protesters, so they're gonNA. Take pretty much hands off situation the point I wanna make about this particular person who contacted me. While I empathize with the situation that he's in. Once again you're GONNA have people that Wobble Tosa who Wyatt and cry and complain when the police don't do anything to these protesters when it affects them and their own situation, but they were nowhere to be found speaking of before this decision was made by Denis McBride in the City Council to gut the police department and put police officers. Notice that all you have to do to get. A COP fired at protesters commenting, yell and scream at our face. It's you. People at Wa toasted. Allowed your city to begin this process of degenerating into what is going to be the case. According to the guy again, maybe he's exaggerated. They're smoking pot. Right out in the open, Park. He did acknowledge that they weren't by the time he got there. His brother was no longer in danger, so the point of credibility I think he has is. He didn't say they were shoving my brother around or anything. He wants acknowledging it a calm down, but he bothers him that the police didn't respond immediately. Then I got a respond immediately when there's protests while Matosa because that's the direction they be given. So unless you want to reverse that direction, YOU'RE GONNA have to change your political leadership, and some of you, and while we're going to have start speaking out about the fact that you have empowered mob rule. You have a police department whether rightly or wrongly terrified of doing its job. And you have individual citizens who are at risk of being harmed. For doing nothing wrong themselves because the protesters realized that they right now are in charge of all. When you choose people like heather cool to run your city. You're going to get the same response that America's to get what they chose people like. To run our country. Let me very quickly. Way Pastime here to share this. I gotta get this all impressed me on pick up the time in a moment. Mark, I just wanted to say that I'm thankful for your coverage of the issues facing Watto's right now in specifically the officer Mensa case I don't really want this email to go public for variety of reasons. However I do want you to know. That officer men's his girlfriend is a police officer. And our family knows her. He then mentions why. He mentions that he knows the family of officer men, says girlfriend, and explained the reasons that he did I won't go into why they would know each other, but he points out. He's a family friend of the officers, girlfriend and mentions. Again the strong character of the individual the person is involved in education himself and Mentioned some of the situations that have gone on with this family and so on and. He doesn't want a lot of chaired so I'm not going to get into all of it, but. There are human consequences. When we decide to abandon all levels of fairness and justice that we use to happen our country. There are several of argued that black people have been on the short end of the stick and it's about time. Maybe it's reversed well. The weird thing is here. It's a black person. This officer who is on the short end of the stick again, and in this case, an entire community that is going to suffer to think that in the year twenty twenty. An all white political body can fire a black police officer with race as of ovation and be plotted. It is heroes for liberals and doing it. Shows you how warped our situation has gotten to be likewise that in the city of Milwaukee, you have a multicultural police department that strongly loves its Latino Police Chief, and you're going to see a bunch of liberal politicians fire him precisely because a he supported by his department, and be He's done such outstanding job and keeping peace in the city during the protests that we have had. Again, we are going to reap what we're showing right now. We are sowing in other words planning disaster. The weirdest economy The you could imagine briggs and stratton goes under. The Tech Stock Company valuations are off the charts. To Save Academy Gold and silver are continuing skyrockets. The Rod were they never skyrocket. They knew they don't move away. The tech stocks move. They just keep going up. And I believe they're going to continue to go up on the other hand. I felt old and Silberman undervalued for quite some time. We haven't had inflation for quite some time. Without regard to who wins the election, creating all of this funny money and the people in the stimulus and all of this stuff, the longer it goes on the greater the impact. It's having the currency. The one thing that is mitigated against this so far is you can get away with inflating the money supply during an economic slowdown, because the one corrects for the other long-term. You end up paying a price for it. If trump is reelected. One way or another, the economy is going to begin to reopen at one way or another. President trump, not having a reelection to worry about four years from now is not going to feel the need. To keep inflating the academy by pumping all of this money it if Biden and the Democrats would AFC. said she said a number of times at. which he believes is going to be what holds, sway. She and her crowd that all you have to pay off. The national debt is credited money to do it. The people who think that this'll be just a bob all over again or Clinton all over again or not paying any attention to what these people are standing for. Follow the rhetoric on the churches. Follow also some of the rhetoric that is coming and some of the churches that are deeply divided right now. That are having internal struggles over whether or not their churches. Themselves have become sellouts. Obviously we all know the debate raging within the Catholic Church about pope. Francis Cardinal McCarrick the disgrace cardinal from new. York from Washington Rather. And the people that fear that the Catholic Church, the luxurious true the Catholic church when push comes to shove, and it's going to especially if the Democrats win when you see them go after the churches and they will trust, they will. Do you have any doubt that the good after the churches? You see it already have either throw a windows church where it's at so odd is just the beginning of it. They're going to call for getting throwing. Cities added some cities. These liberals will throw them out. Throw the churches out. It'll start with getting rid of their property tax exemption than coming up with some insane valuation that only the richest most wealthy church. Could ever you know value? The Church property at twenty five million something like that. Okay, it'll take us a court. It'll start with that that it'll start with. Not Having police calls respond to every time you throw the rocks of the winners and the next thing you know the church will find that it's untenable to have their facility inside the. All Coming Every dream of liberals is something that they now think that they can act on and as I say. It's not gonNA end until it is ended by them being beaten. Let me move forward out of the situation in Milwaukee, which is kind of a parallel path this. You would not think. It would be possible to fire a police chief who has done nothing wrong and. Who Actually is supported by his department? We've had police chiefs in Milwaukee who've been involved in one controversy over at other for the longest time. I John Norquist couldn't figure out how to find your joads. The following is true and I've been. For years that I'm able to keep staying for years because it keeps remaining true. Every mayor of the city of Milwaukee wants to control the police chief. And no mayor of the city of Milwaukee has ever figured out how to control the police chief. Now my knowledge of the history of Milwaukee and it's police doesn't go beyond Herald Brier, but from the beginning of Harold briars tenure. There was no mayor that had control of him. And I'm sure that Henry. Meyer chafed over the fact that he'd never control of of Harold. Brier, attic continued. We've had all these mayors who've always wanted to control their police, chiefs and they figure look. I point the fire and police commission. The fire and police commission hires the CHAFE. This ought to be pretty easy to control the police chief. It never works out that way. One of the reasons, it doesn't work out that way. Is Police chiefs have contracts? When you give somebody a five year contract, which is what Jones God? That person realizes I got five years of independence. In a way it's like. A major league baseball player who gets a five year contract. He decides not to hit. You know I'm not gonNA apply myself very well at my craft. It's not quite the level of Larry Sanders, but you get where I'm going with that. So. They've always wanted to control their police chiefs. You had a situation Milwaukee were Tom Barrett hired at fled? He actually got the chief he wanted. In Flint actually came. From that school of broken windows policing the you know. The the theory of the came out of New York City that you needed. If you wanted to control crime in your community at a focus on all of the little things, because that was the way of stopping, the big things have occurred. And? Flynn was very successful at that. Flynn had a prickly personality. Very jagged it was involved in some personal issues and. He also had quite the Eagle. He had his own theories on policing. But for the most part I thought she was a pretty good police chief. And he also was somebody who. While he had issues with his department because he was a disciplinarian. He was one of those who understood the difficulty of a job that police officers have. At over time he ended up clashing with the mayor especially when the mayor demanded that the police department. Stop being so aggressive and traffic enforcement. No one knows whether it added was flynn's idea and police pursuits, or if it was the mayor's idea, what we do know is after the stories broke about the personal issues. Chief Flynn had an extra marital relationship that became a publicly messy story. That, the mayor had leverage over him at an order for flint dot to be fired, he'd have to do some of the things that barrack wanted, and we added police pursuits in Milwaukee and we did that. We saw the remarkable increase in stolen cars and a big increase at a lot of other issues that existed in the cities, because the crooks know that even if the cop vowed them all, they added to his run away from on the Kopplin chase him. Flynn eventually leaves. You had a contentious fight to succeed for police chief between two very strong candidates of the highest levels of the department. Chief paralysis one of them. The fire and police commissioned by a vote of four to three chose Morales. He was not the one that Tom Barrett wanted. And as I say, mayors chafe under this Barrett pointed the entire fire police commissioner. The chose the guy he didn't what? And I think it stuck in the mayor's PRA ever since now. I've always put myself at the other guy. She was probably sticking by Craw to imagine. I was the mayor of a city I appear to the entire fire and police commission and they went hired. Guy Didn't want him to hire. Would that's that's sticking your craw? Okay. A lot of things sticking our 'cause when you're matured, growed up, people you get over it. I don't think the mayor ever got over at. He's had a bug up his four. Morale's ever saids. You add to this. The fact that there are liberals who don't like Morales. Morales has wanted to cooperate with ice. The liberals have demanded that we do not so. Morales tried to find a middle ground rather than do what a lot of urban police chiefs have done. Simply say what I could cooperate at all. In addition to that. Morales has spoken passionately. About the dangers of the job of being a police officer and liberals just can't stay on that because they hate cops. Even though Morales is Latino. bocce La Frontera has been among those calling for his termination because they don't like the fact. That if ice has a warrant to serve in Milwaukee Milwaukee police will not obstruct them. Cooperating with them they. Want Him, instruct whether it's these all these. These left ankle biting things. Go on now fast forward to the protests. If you take a look at all the major cities in the United States. It's hard to find one that came to this better than Milwaukee. Naveed said he, and the United States that came through this better. The Marquis. Seriously Name One, can you? Know almost anyone you can think of off the top of my head I could be able to name one of the incidents that occurred. It's not like we came through it unscathed. One night of looting and that night was rather restricted to the area on mlk and so odd. Other than that the protests while loud, raucous and so on. And while Inter disruptive in terms of the peace. Some black at a traffic someone within the city limits, we avoided. We were nowhere near it. We weren't even third in terms of disruptive your obviously, Madison was the worst I would say. Toasts might be fourth Tosa and received their protests for more disruptive. And troublesome that they were in the city of Milwaukee Milwaukee police managed to keep the peace while letting the protesters have their say, but that did need. That when they were attacked and challenge, the police did fire the tear gas. They did shoot the rubber bullets. They did confront. This is infuriated. The left they are still hacked off. The tear gas was fired Wed. these people were walking and threatening the police officers I'd McKinley, but that was the police departments. Way of saying look. There's a line that we're not going to let you cross. Nobody was hurt. Nobody was club. Nobody was anything. But there was that. So here we are now in the fire and police commission because of pressure from the left, and I think from the mayor wants to fire, Morales and if they don't out out, simply fire him for insubordination. What they are going to do is order him. To the size of the department and end all sorts of patrols and divisions that he doesn't WanNa do the cheapest is written. Op Ed, saying if you WANNA talk about redeploying resources I'm open to that conversation, but it is not practical department where we already have terrible response times to fire three hundred and fifty or four hundred police, officers, and the Fire Police Commissioner of the city council in the left. He's want to get rid of hundreds of Milwaukee cops. They want there to be sold. FEW COPS COPS can't be patrolling. The inner city barral won't be on board with that so I suspect. They're just GONNA. Say Look you're not on board with the direction that we want to go. You're out. There is a parallel story with this the guy who is leading the charge to get rid of him, the chairman of the fire and police commission Stephen Dipa. Gas is a guy who was found guilty of ethical violations by an independent investigator hired by the city and. Today the city Ethics Commission agree decided an investigation into a whole new series of violations against him, so police chief who has conducted himself with decency and ethics. Some beginning is on the verge of being fired by fire and police commission that is headed by a person found guilty of ethical violations who interfered with a sexual assault violation, xr, sexual assault investigation and went to behalf. Behalf at bat on behalf of a prominent developer in the city and obstructed a police investigation and then lied to the investigators about it. If the Milwaukee Police officer lies through his supervisor, he is suspended and sometimes fired when the head of the fire and police commission lies to an investigator. He simply says I'm not going anywhere and I'm GONNA. Fire, the police chief anyway. That's the lay of the land right now Milwaukee and again the people who object to it if you object to it after it happens, it's too late to do anything about it. Eleven thirty wins at Mark Late afternoon show when Marquette thousand dollars, the houses in summer cash contests. Give that what at a moment let's update you on the story with regard to the. Killing of the set of a federal judge in New Jersey. It's a very weird story. There is the police believe they haven't figured out and they believe they know who the shooter is. He's dead himself. The federal judges name has s their solace. She was wounded. And our son was killed when a gunman. got into their home in New Jersey yesterday. Now a lot of people have been making something of the fact that one of the cases that solace was presiding over deals with the finances. It deals at arms like the finances of Jeffrey Epstein. The Guy at the center of the sex Reagan who died in prison, and whose girlfriend is now? In jail. But. The case that solace was involved in has as I say only kind of an arm's length relationship. To the Epstein case, she's presiding over a securities lawsuit involving. Deutsche, Bank. And whether or not it had disclosed to its clients. All the information it had about Epstein was financier, so there's the securities. Lawsuits are filed all the time, and there are people who are saying that Deutsche Bank did not. Give full disclosure about the issue surrounding Jeffrey APP Steed now obviously in a lawsuit like this discovery, all sorts of the could be sought out and so on, but. It's not like she was involved in the case that deals with the criminal prosecution here of just laying, maxwell epsteins girlfriend into find a lak- that seems to be a reach, but people are draw attention to it on the other hand these Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein related cases now that maximum big dieted eventually, potentially a bunch of others could could be zillions of judges. The person who is suspected of having committed the killing is a lawyer from the east coast. Is Last Hollander I. Want to get his first name here. This latest story just crossed here from. USA Today, Roy Gain. Hollander has been identified as a suspect. He was found dead of a self inflicted gunshot food. Now why he would decide that he wanted to kill this judge I. Don't we don't know at this stage if there was any type of a personal relationship here if he was representing someone, is he somebody who was paid to do this for summaries adult now? But we certainly had somebody who went in to the home of federal judge, and tried to kill her family, and potentially her and again it might simply be this a personal relationship story. It might be a Wacko or could be something that has details. It's just too early. To be able to tell now. Let me move to this story. I can tell you. That northwestern mutual is now banning employees in the company from socializing offsite. These are the kinds of issues. The companies all across the United States are dealing with as you know. Many major American companies have closed their office facilities. In some cities where there was never much of a lock down these remain open, but in a lot of cities. We're still in this work at home, and as I was asking earlier in the program. I really don't know what the end game on this is. I don't know when these companies really ever in Canada reopened their facilities or The northwestern mutual, just fed several hundred million dollars to build a thirty eight story. White Elephant had walkie. That will never be occupied. I, don't I really don't know? But the reason of course that they have closed, the office facility is they're trying to control the spread of Covid, which is why all these companies are at a stay at home mode our own company here I art. We have virtually all of the employees working from home, the only part of people that are working in the building or the on air people. Are Sales they asked for motion staffs, the people that the pro people who supervisor programming where the and obviously some engineers come in of you deal with things, but otherwise our sales staff, and you know the executives and the business staff, and so on They're generally not in the building while we're just a small company, imagine these larger companies which is why is John Violence, talking or whatever rush hour, or because nobody's working at. The center of the city, so northwestern has made this decision that they don't want people working in that big office. The whole building of that office tower was to create this collegial environment. There's not a lot of walls. There's not a lot of corridors. It's kind of the open thing. It was built to attract millennials, said millennials like to do things impact the commute. lunchroom's that communal this the kit. What all good until carpet comes around where you're supposed to socially destined, so they've shuttered out. The Franklin campus is shut down as well. Well. What's the point of telling employees that they can't work together if they're simply going to decide that? They're going to go out together and go to dinner together. Have brings together out and play golf together. You could see for the perspective of northwestern that allowing the employees to socialize is really stupid if you don't allow them to come to work, right. So northwestern is batting employees from Gavin gatherings where they get together. To socialize. Apparently a number and northwestern, like many of these companies they work in units and teams. There's this the you know this this team manager and this this one. This one runs this area and so on, and because they've not been able to see each other now for weeks. A lot of them have had deals where let's come over to somebody's house. That's had. Let's through this northwestern. His told employees that they are not allowed to socialize with one another away from work. Again by and large just like with the mask requirements, people seem okay with this. There was a lot of pushback on the Health Ordinance Front about giving your authorize the health officers. I've seen very little pushback on the mask requirements. There's going to be a meeting of Commute Committee of the Walworth County Board tomorrow to have a countywide masks mandate there again I. Don't know if they'll be much objection to it. As for individual employees, companies, companies can do what they want. If a company wants to ban employees of gathering away from work, they can do that. There's no there's nothing that says they cat. They can do all sorts of things. They can say that if you smoke. We're, GONNA fire. You. Know whether it's practical to do it or not. They can do it. I just don't know. And I'd like to figure this out because I like to figure things. I don't know how this Ed's. When does northwestern allow? Joe WHO WORKS ON FLOOR BE? To go bowling with Jaffa works at floor be. When does that happen? When did they get to come back to work? When does Tom Barrett? Let the schools reopened. Almost all of the news aside for media, hype covert has been good. While, the number of positive tests has got up I believe that many of these simply bad positives and I believe the doctors understand this, which is why you're tested every two days even if you get a positive. While the tests have gone up. The number of deaths per positive test is plummeting. That either means a lot of the people that are testing positive. Don't really have it or the virus is weakening significantly. The vast majority of people testing positive are saying I did not know I was sick. The Eric Bledsoe. Story with the bucks is typical. He got tested only because they're testing all the basketball players. He said he wasn't sick and he's being going to be allowed to return to the team at the end of the minimum quarantine period because he never was sick, they just kept away from the other players because he had this. This is going on all over the country. The hospital hospitalization rates even in the south where things have spiked, have not. Not Gotten significantly higher, the mortality rate in terms of people percentage of people who are testing positive dying has gone way way way down, and in addition that while we don't have a vaccine yet. The treatments are getting very good at Roxie. Clark has worked other treatments that they're coming up with have been phenomenal. You just heard the report today. Seventy nine percent of the people that gets this latest treatment. Improve immediately. There's a story over the weekend UW. Madison is found that it's regimen of plasma treatment. They find that ninety four percent of the people who are sick that are treated this way could avoid the ICU so even without a vaccine. What we've come up with is essentially. They're coming up with treatments that work about as well as an Ibuprofen does for a headache. So, there's that of the positive side, but what has not changed the is this just fear that people have over getting it. Everything remains canceled. Workplaces remained kind of locked down, and we're now not a lot where requiring people to put maths and shields on their faces, and northwestern won't even allow its workers just think about this northwestern can't stop. A guy from going to the golf course, but they can't stop employees for meeting together and Gulping together because they could kill employs. You're not allowed to meet offside, but unless you're gonNA, tell a person said they have to stay in their house at not ever leave. If they want to stay there, you can't enforce it with everyone. So what did I I I get the whole thing if one northwest and employ, has they go socialize with? With fourteen others fourteen I gotta get it. They then socialized with to help. Others said it didn't get into any good that letting them come to work. They just got it when they met off. Site I do get if you're not gonNA. Let people see each other at work. Why let them see one another off of work? But the long term of this is what you're essentially saying is nobody ever gets to see anyone else ever? That can't play out permanently. Unless we have the rapture, and these are the end times. There's gotta be a way to get through this. And I don't see anybody telling me what that is deal. What Tom Barron. Schools are level five. Tell me how we will ever get to level five. And they keep saying this vaccine stuff. The best vaccines in the world on one hundred percent effective one of the best vaccine we have is the flu vaccine. It's about forty to fifty percent. What fifty percents really good? I mean they're telling people don't eat red meat because it might reduce your chances of getting heart disease by eight percent and people are doing that. But it's still means that people are. GonNa, have it? As, this thing is just demonstrating that for most people. It's a great big zero, even if you get it. But as we also see at the same time that the number of positive tests are not going to again whether these are bad casts or It's just that it's finally spreading to the general population. Every reason to believe the numbers of people testing positive will remain high for. I would say until everybody gets it right. and. If indeed and I think way more people are probably had it that have tested, but we've had about four million positive tests in this country. That's three hundred and twenty million people sell to go. It's GonNa take forever especially since we're all put. Away for another. which you like us all to just have one giant thing where everybody got together and one of those cheeks, we all got through it. Some people died and some people didn't and then we can say it's the end of it, but I'll grant you even that. We still don't know whether or not once you get it. You can be immune again. We don't know what the antibody stop it. The virus can mutate. It can be a little bit different. The next there it may well be that all of these call type by everything that comes out of Corona virus, and there've been a lot of corona virus. It's the new norm that they're going to be around all over. The place could accept what after the other, after the other, after the other after the other after the other. In case I would say in which case I'd say, so be it if we have been able to survive the incredible prevalence of cancer and heart disease. You would think we would be able to survive the random virus, right? Right Go to the break here and get the. To predictions of you does Ozaki. coty require masks before the end of September yesterday Oh. Paul Says No. Tough call. It's very very geographical Walworth county will be a tip off because it's a rather conservative county. We'll see if they will. there hasn't been much pushback. had been asked to do it the there's been very little opposition politically. Now the more conservative the area, the more it might happen the second one. Where this Milwaukee lift the the mass require, but give me the date. You think a year. Well at twenty twenty one. I can't answer it I. Just can't see how this ever ends I just can't. When will fans be able to go? To Brewer Gibbs. No better put, when will forty thousand fans be able to go to a game. You think next year I don't. I don't unless we just. That, we have overreacted to nothing, but it's what of ninety seven zillion things that you can catch when your fellow man sneezes on your gobs on. You're were shaking your head. After he went to the bathroom without washing his hands in other words that it's just like everything else we could have ever got. They were going to say scroll what. But we don't seem at all close to that. So, I'm ready. I got my shield here. Let's do the word right now. I put it off logging. Paul says the cops aren't going to enforce it the problem. Is that the cops if the businesses themselves think they're gonNA. Lose their licenses. They are going enforce it end, but the chain stores, and so on Yeah, I. I really don't know about the churches. Are Your churches requiring? They're not. Say then that that's a hard thing to do. A government issues in order for a church to violated if you're put in place. Yeah pulses in most there, so that's what I'm saying. I don't see a lot of people. Resist I hear some people crabbing Avodon Fund. I don't. Gif, it's met proposed Sake County. Do you think that there'll be significant opposition? You think they'll just do it. No No, I will they be significant opposition or not. No well then why? Why don't you think they're GONNA do it. Paul says the two conservative. They do it, but if they do do it. Nobody's GonNa complain about it. WHO KNOWS Talk Eleven. Thirty W I s mark belling late afternoon show two stories from colleges. Hillsdale College in Michigan. The very conservative college defied governor. Jennifer Whitmer and held in person commencement over the weekend. This is a quite fascinating story Maga's band mass gatherings and they've been general compliance with the order. To our knowledge, Hillsdale is the only university in Michigan and the College in Michigan the held and in-person commencement. Larry Arnn the President A well-known Conservative, simply defied the governor essential late forcing her hand. Are you going to try to send it? What the National Guard in hall everybody away because we're showing up. They did require masks and they did it do. health screenings when they came in, but otherwise they held, it was held outdoors, but they did hold the graduation, and they call the bluff of the authorities. They did have the advantage Hillsdale. College's Central Michigan Hillsdale County Sheriff said we're not going to enforce the order, but we have not enforced any of the governor's orders from the beginning. As we've been following the Michigan Story Michigan's governor has had some of the most accordion orders, but in many of the counties in out State Michigan. They've simply refused to abide by them. While here in Wisconsin, we've only had a couple of law. Enforcement Agencies that have the guts to stand up against these lockout orders Hillsdale County Sheriff said we will not enforce any of these orders. She can issue whatever they want. So since the sheriff of the county essentially told the college I don't. We don't care what the governor said. Do whatever it is that you wad the only way the governor could have stopped. It would have been to call out the National Guard. It does make me wonder here in Milwaukee where you have some of the larger private schools furious, the Tom Barrett will let the schools reopened. Milwaukee Marquette high in Wisconsin. Lutheran in particular both involved in protest marches today that they will not be allowed to open because of the bureau order it does make you wonder if Marquette High, school or Wisconsin Lutheran which might have the guts to do it if they just opened. The city do. I'm serious. Let's Imagine Wisconsin. Lutheran sever open school in a few weeks. What would the city do? What do you think they do? Politics. Well then maybe it's time to summit for somebody. Call one of these bluffs. They've got a major constitutional question. Here be given given the religious schools as well whether or not, the city has the ability to allow them to act at all anyway. The other Parallel Story Carthage College which is a private college and Kenosha. County is announcing that it's laying off twenty percent of its staff. This is going to be a story that's going to be repeated over and over and over again I wrote my newspaper column about it last week that these colleges and universities when they made the decision to go partially to online. Online learning have dug their own grave because they are open to competition from actual online universities that don't have any of the costs of the campuses that these colleges are stuck with added that the fact that you have a number of young people that have decided that this student loan of sixty thousand dollars. A year is insane, and you have a dramatic decline starting this year at every year forward from graduating high school seniors because of the decline in the birth rate that started with the millennials. There are fewer kids to go. Carthy in its lay, and it's laying off a twenty percent of the staff I. Think for many of these schools is the beginning of the end as you know I predict that half the colleges and universities that exist right now will not be around in twenty years. The simply aren't enough students to support them. Then you add the lifestyle choices were many are going to. To choose not to take on a a college education and third anything that's going online is propping up and killing anything that's brick and mortar across the economy. This will happen with these colleges and universities. They have particularly given the fact that they've shown some resistance to reopening themselves. They're simply sad. Get on, eat all of our buildings at all of this stuff we. We teach you online so therefore. Why would you need a but all? Why put up with kind of oppressive political environment? That's place why put up the fact that you've got lefty teachers that don't teach why put up with faculty that teach three hours awake. Put up with any of it. Why take out massive student though to support all these giant buildings to support field? Field hockey team so odd. Get an online education with better teachers where you'll learn at your own pace where it self directed you at one fifth the cost. This is all the direction that's going to go, so you're going to see a lot. More schools follow the lead in Carthage at announced lots of layoffs. This is one of the first of the many shoes. Can drop finally. One more segment I do have one more. Yes, it'll be sure. WHY AOL sees last latest dopey idea cannot work. Actually decrease eating from Greyhound. To tell we should play. The preceding program would rather than the following program wasn't so, are they referring to the show that comes on after Mina they showing only. Actually the only part of the remainder of the program was the two songs that you just heard that were that were prerecorded. We have a preceding. Add a following program thing. I still get people asking play this because they are portion are prerecord. And, we run by it at the end of the show rather than the beginning so I would argue if I'm especially being Italy retentive like today that we should be saying preceding since we have two of the message is out there anyway, there's another interesting few on liberals and this one is involving. An Andrew Cuomo there are some people who believe she's going to run against him for governor know he's not up until twenty two. But given the fact that AOC has skyrocketed to political superstardom and only two years. It makes people wonder what her move is actually going to be, is she simply gotta sit there and the House and try to move up in the ranks. Is She going to angle for a slot in the cabinet or is she gonNa go after real power now. Many people believe she's going to end up in Biden's cabinet if he wins on the the problem with that for her as this. You could be fired if you're in the cabinet. then. Where is she that she just back to square one an unelected officials just out there shooting her up off. What if she ran in the democratic? Primary for governor, all of these primaries, the liberal candidates are witting. So. That's the back proper. What happened over the weekend? Alexandria Cossio Cortez who is a congresswoman of course from new. York City took shots at Andrew Cuomo the governor, saying that he needs to raise taxes on billionaires. She wants a billionaire tax. She said that they need to do it by going after the assets. CUOMO is rejecting. This Komo's is a stupid liberal, but he's not out of his mind. Here's the problem with a overseas idea at it's the problem that all liberal people all liberals why screw up economics New York, first of all is losing rich people like I said because of the Kobe thing, but if you were a billionaire and they decided to start taxing your assets, why? Why would you simply not move to Florida or another state? Where you didn't pay the tax if they pass a billionaire Tax New York, they are guaranteeing that the will of a New York. That is the flaw that liberals have their calls for higher taxes. They do not understand that people will do everything in their power to avoid legally having to pay them back the amount.

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12/3/20 Democrats sharp move to the left - why?

The Mark Belling Show

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12/3/20 Democrats sharp move to the left - why?

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Milwaukee says the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty w i s add some sort of law physics involved in this but no physicist has figured it out yet in fact i think i'm the only person that's figured it out and i haven't really figured it out the laws of physics sort of works like this if you're elected to a position of power of the united states your body and your mind draft left it just it's almost an inexorable move if you are elected to something your body and your mind drift now i will grant you the reason that this can't be a hard and fast law physics most hard and fast law physics. Always hold up. You can't defy the laws of physics and there are exceptions to the rule. So there's something out there that is getting this draft but it is something that in rare cases it appears to be resisted. Now we're going to walk through this thing. I get asked questions as you know. And what have been is mark. Why are so many rather conservative communities governed by such liberal people. I get that all the time. And i've answered that question in two ways all the time the first is well. That's who runs for these jobs. Generally speaking in local government if you take it entire universe let's just make it a for the purposes of using round numbers that can be understood if there's a thousand people who live in a community and obviously most communities are way larger than that and you plot those people the most liberal people louis liberal person in the whole committee to the left and the most conservative person to the right and put everybody in between like if i lived in the same community. You think you'd be to the left of me or not. You know you wouldn't be you think that i'm to the left of you. Well now we gotta plot about. We can't put anybody standing on top of one another. In other words there's going to be a differentiation on the each of them. He thinks he'd be to the right of me for those of you. Who think. I'm some right wing wacko. Apparently jon wyatt is it with the city war but he would have been to the right of both of us right. He had a couple of things he seemed to be a little flaky. Left on but yeah. He added libertarian. Thing which is just a part of your brain that just kinda crazy understandably crazy but sort of crazy. I mean i. I have libertarian streaks viola. But you can't take it to the ultimate extreme because when you do you become the same thing that these lefties how you believe it anneke which john ever agreed with heap. He wanted to crack down on all these protests. He only went so far. This why are we talking about john. Wyatt the guy is essentially dead us. He quit the show and he's off. What's he doing now. Paul claims he's doing home inspection. Do we know that he's doing it. How do you know that you keep tabs on facebook. Get off of facebook thing. I've told you to. That's another reason that you can't be more to the left me because you're on facebook. I think facebook is more lefty thing. Well i it's gotta be more left. He think conservatives thrown off right. that's all i know. You're not market survey the me. If you were throwing you off. Facebook would have been banned. You better the jail. Allot they have that over. They throw you because you can't post for a week because you said you said well. Gee i think. Mrs trump is a nice lady or something. It's that you can get. I hear you can get it that jail quite easily the liberals being tossed in jail actually that jail to educate all form your own facebook when you're in jail because no lefties are there. They can say anything. They wanted facebook right. So let's suppose now getting back to where i was a mile and a half ago. You plotted community out and got this long. Little lied to the farthest of the left is the most liberal person in the community. Virus threat is the most conservative person in the community and the media. And of course is at number five hundred. We're literally half. The community is more liberal than that person. Half the community market -servative the people who run for local government. More of them will come to the left of that guy than to the right. There are very few communities where this is not true even an extremely liberal communities halls the most liberal communities. We have like say madison. The people who run for office in madison are on the liberal. Half either madison. We certainly see that. That's the case. In milwaukee where i don't think the majority of the people in the community support defunding the police but the overwhelming majority of the city council has voted to define the police and in fact we are in the current budget slashing police funding. So that's the first part of the answer that who runs for the office. They tend to be more liberal. But secondly it is remarkable. How even no matter what you were you were. Would you got in how you tend to drift and move leftward once you're in there and the longer you're there the more left where you go as i say it's not a hard and fast rule so it can't be a law physics despite the goofy little thing. I said at the beginning because it was the law physics. That would work all the time. There are few who seem over time to be able to resist it and one or two that actually drift to the right. But it's very very rare. The norm is the longer you are institutionalized to move to the left. It happens with even strongly. Ideologically committed people where you see them when they come in literally running as reformers they go after establishment types and the republican party and they run to be reformers and this drift occurs and they start moving off to the left. It isn't just a washington swamp thing or a madison swamp. Thing i find. It's profound in local government as well but nobody falls doesn't like it when i pick on them which is one of the reasons. I like to pick god them. Set me some sort of a sadist. That i liked to pick on people who like to be picked on. Not if they deserve. Well it does make kind of a sadist as it if i enjoy picking on people who don't want to be picked on except i'm not really like i'm not a bully. I could never be one of these guys. If you see some homeless guy laying on the street the start making fun of or i you know you see people like these creepy people do that. I could never do that. I'm too nice for my own. Good whatever mean decide have it comes out right here on the air like this comment to make about menominee falls but nominee falls objects this all the but a number of the people who run for office over years in nominee falls started out his rather conservative people. The village president up there gets mad every time i point out. He's not particularly conservative. His name is glasgow well. he's not particularly conservative. When push came to shove in menominee falls when they had that whole battle with regard to the school district changing its nickname away from the indians. The village board president said well the school issue. I don't wanna go after their by that. This is the kind of thing that happens. Why if you believe in something. Would you not want to go after them on that. Why would you not try to beat them. Why would you not try to do the right thing unless you are. Somebody that gradually has moved to the left. And here's the best. I can figure out of this first of all. Because government officials themselves are farther to the left of the community as a whole almost always and most people who go into government ten again. Most they didn't say all they tend to be rather outgoing and gregarious people they liked to get along with others and the way to get a lie is not by the hard liner to the right. Who stands on principle. This doesn't always hold with. The lefties wanted to get along with people but most people who have conservative values what to get along and they wanna seem reasonable and so on and they have this drift thus emami dominy falls you have a lousy liberal school board ad the village board which is somewhat more conservative. Does it want to take them on because they wanna get along with everybody and the end result is you have this gradual. Move toward the liberal. Hell that most governmental bodies in menominee falls turn into night just picked menominee falls there because i enjoy picking menominee falls but i could upset about many communities. This drift just occurs now. I'm gonna use two examples here one the second one that. I'm not going to get to right away. But i'm gonna get to it. The wisconsin supreme court today declining to immediately take up the trump lawsuit over the election. Irregularities because again not surprisingly the john. Roberts have wisconsin. Brian hagedorn moved enjoyed with the liberals voted for three to kick the thing down into circuit court meeting. It'll take forever to work at the court so forth and so odd hagedorn. And what has happened with him. Is one of the examples that i wanna site but i wanna start with liberals themselves. There's a very interesting dispute. Go out of the last couple of days. Involving barack obama feuding with the fire left in the democratic party of that is a weird fight. What are the points that. I tried to make the conservatives. Is you have to understand that. Even among liberalism their ear there are great dacians. Aoc for example. As far to the left the nancy pelosi now a lot of people. Just look at other. All they're all commies we'll maybe they are all commies but even in the communist party the some that were farther out there than others for instance brezhnev for further out than gorbachev and stalin was farther out than brushed it. They're all monsters but there is that gradation that is in place out there. What would you talk about hitler at here. What does that have to do with by comment about the lefties and the communists. You're extending my point. See well i encourage you to weigh in with your comments. And so i but every now and then your comments and so on are stupid and then i do see you should. I just like gratuitously. Well that's an interesting point. Or if i think stupid just say it's stupid. I could call you well. Yeah i that's who said. Wow you're so mean to paul all of this the for crying out loud. What kind of a show do you think you're listening to. This is not a program in which people keep we keep our mouths shut when people say things. That aren't intelligent. If something stupid said i'm going without regard to who it is a said i'm going to say it millennials. Have a hard time with that. That's an entire group that just generally drifts to the left to get along with one another in fact in fact i would say that what i'm describing here about communities and governments. The millennial generation is a perfect example of it. In fact almost an extreme example where you would rather so many of them seemed to be more intent getting along with the other people in their peer group than actually having any principles and standing up and saying. This is what i believe in your rog. Oh you support legal abortion guess. What you're a baby killer. Very very few millennials will say that if they think that it's going to offend the person that they say it to anyway this little bit of a bleeping match between obama and the fire left of the democratic party. It's hard to imagine that there is a wing of the democratic party. Farther to the left than obama when obama was elected president. I think it's fair to say that he was probably the most liberal president in american history. I know it's hard to go back into the eighteen hundreds and say liberal and conservative and so odd because the standards and the issues were a little bit different. So let's just go into the modern era from one thousand nine hundred. Odd obama was clearly the most liberal person in there many of the democrats that got themselves elected president prior to obama ran as moderates and kennedy even ran as a conservative on many issues. He was stronger on foreign policy and more anti-communist even then the nixon eddie way obama and the lefties feud over the statement of defunding. The police sense the november election. Came down a number of democrats distraught that they lost ground in the house and might not take the senate. The georgia runoff will determined that when they were convinced that they were gonna do so. They thought that this was going to be a wipeout. And they grab everything the very distraught over this and they believe that the reason that they lost ground is because in many swing districts across the country congressional districts house districts and even some senate races. The democrats were portrayed as being a party of radicals which are issues. That of course play in beverly hills in play on the upper east side of new york and play in madison wisconsin. But they don't play in a lot of parts of the country that are fifty fifty republican democrat and this points been raised by a lot of democrats than they raise the bitterly in that conference call. That was widely leaked among house. Democrats in which a lot of the moderates called out the radical saying. I'm sick and tired of hearing this leftist crappy. It's killing us. In fact there are a lot of democrats who believe the reason that the polls were wrong. And that the reason that joe biden didn't squash trump is because trump was able to make ground by portraying. The democrats is being a radical party that this caused some people to come back home to trump even though they didn't like him again. This is the philosophy. The thought that the democrats have their wondering why they didn't get sixty percent of the vote everywhere so eddie way. Obama came out earlier this week and made some comments on defunding. The police you know about this or not not really. You are such a liar. Not not not really. You mean no. You don't know about it at all do you know. Do you know about obama's comments had defined the police. You do a liar. What did obama say about defunding. The police he said well. Then you do know about this. So i where did you. Where did you hear about this. I thought that nobody knew about this other than me. It's not okay. it's bed out there all right so i don't have to give all the background because even somebody like paul is apparently the end of this a little bit obama came out and said he didn't really say the defunding. The police is a bad idea. He said that when you say it it turns people into republicans that alienates people away from the democratic party. And i think a lot of democrats believe that. And we've certainly seen with regard to public opinion polls that majorities of democrats majorities giorgis of african. Americans are opposed to defunding the police. So bama saying we gotta stop talking about defunding the police now i would go further and say well. Maybe you gotta stop defending. Please stop doing it and understanding milwaukee. We did cut the police budget. This year. tom barrack cut it in the city. Council tried to cut it more than that. These proposals are all over the place. We haven't had a member of the city. Council tried to county board and city on both of them. Tried to get rid of the canine units in milwaukee because this supposedly that's racist that didn't succeed bought. It's an indication that this isn't just rhetoric that they are acting. You saw wah wah tosa all summer being beset by people who are demanding. Not only that police officers be fired. The police be defended. They wanna get the cops out of mayfair mall etc etc etc and obama's commodity. He has said that look. This is a terrible issue for our side. When the left wing of our party is out there saying defined the police it alienates a number of people that ought to be voting for democrats and the left wing of the party is now mad at obama. And they're firing at him. Lose a fascinating fight to watch where they're accusing essentially accusing obama of being a sellout because he hasn't gone way off into lefty wacko. Ville with them and saying that we ought to defend the police. Now here's the point that i make about the drift leftward that occurs while it is true that some voters wandered away from the democratic party and voted for republicans particularly in the growth that the republicans have seen under trump with latinos and small and medium size cities and in rural areas. The state of wisconsin for example while republicans have lost ground in the milwaukee suburbs. They have gotten much stronger in eastern wisconsin. Sheboygan manitowoc kelly you bet fondly counties and then into the middle of the state. These areas have become profoundly overwhelmingly republican and some of the things that the democrats have embraced. The radicalism i think is backfiring among democrats who live in small and medium cities way away from the big cities whether democrats but they certainly would not consider themselves to be radical. So even though it's true that these issues have caused some democrats to fall away from the party. The reality is now. Here's where i'm going to listen to. The example making is that the democratic party over time has moved extremely to the left that what happens. Is this the left wing of the party. Takes positions the moderates in the party tend not to what to fight him and they just keep moving the whole thing overall to the left. I don't think that most republicans in america over the last thirty years have gotten more conservative. I don't i think we've pretty much have the same beliefs that we've always had. There are different specifics. I think that there's been a shift. He had the interest in republicans to be involved in foreign entanglements and so on but the basic guiding principles are about the same. It's the liberals that have on many issues moved way way way way way out there. Look at the number of things. For example that we've defined. The police is a perfect example of it but there are many others. Obama bill clinton was the president who enacted the defense of marriage act. And when barack obama ran the first time which was only twelve years ago in eight he opposed marriage. Same sex marriage obama did. That's the democratic party was even among extreme. Left-wing member of the democratic party and all eight adding twelve years not only is gay marriage the law of the land. I think you'd have a hard time finding more than three democrats in the country who have supported in other words. What has happened on that issue. At and many others is the democrats left wing moved laughed and the rest of the party not wanted to have a bleeping match with them moved with them. I think it is almost implausible. The joe biden will resist this. Even if he wasn't half senile. The fact of the matter is is that it is very very difficult for the democrats. Hold their middle as people keep pushing farther and farther and farther to the left one of the points that i make on my show a lot about liberals and while it's obnoxious it's also all it's also a strength of theirs. They are not going to be appeased as you've seen in while the tosa as you're seeing in burlington is you've seen any number of places whenever you give them what they want. They ask for three times more. They figure if you're going to cave in to us on this why i keep pushing and pushing and pushing. Because we see that you're cave-ins the liberals have these beliefs they're out there radical ville and they keep pushing closer and closer and closer to the extreme beliefs that they have and they are never satisfied in fact when they see communities that show significant weakness. That's where they the hardest. So that's the first part of this the democrats themselves even for you. It'll be interesting to watch over the next two years. We'll have congressional midterm elections coming up in twenty twenty two will defend the police still be a democrat and lefty thing then or will the people in the party who thinks this issue is killing them succeed in knocking this thing down and getting liberal stopped pushing for it. Historically the first off year election of a president is a wipe out for the president's own party in other words. Twenty twenty two should be major republican year. It almost always works this way. It's worked this way with presidents of both parties but it's especially worked against the democrats. The biggest republican years in the last forty years were always the off years of a democratic president. The biggest one recently was twenty ten. The first off year of the obama presidency that for example was the year that the republicans won just about everything this country and when we turned wisconsin republican when the legislature would over welded the republicans. Have both party. When water got elected ron johnson was elected to the united states. Senate beating feingold the first time and so odd so that will be an interesting thing to watch. Given the fact that there are certain issues out there that the democrats have pushed that even their own senior leadership and congress. People from swing districts and senators in swing districts. They're trying to tell the leg their property to keep their mouths shut about it. The lefties however are pretty successful in continuing to push that knowing when it comes time to actually vote. The democrats almost always hold it together. If the policy position is moved way off to the left. You're still very very unlikely to see any democrats bail. Let me give you an example of that in obama's first term that's when they passed obamacare it was obviously for its time a very radical policy. They got it through the united states senate. Every single democrat voted forward now. What of them wandered often said this is going too far. Even the things that have since been struck down by trump and we're unpopular like the individual mandate every democrat in. The senate voted to put that in there. So now that biden's the president and again if there is a republican said it does limit some ability of about the democrats. Do but if there's a push by the democrats for example to slash federal aid local law enforcement as their way of defunding the police will the democratic majority. Fight that off it. Will they continue to be dragged off to the left. Even though the position appears to be something of a looser so that's the drift that occurs within the democratic party. The left wing of their party is always trying to push that party left. And there's really nobody in the democratic party trying to push back to the right you'll get for example right now. Obama saying stop saying fund the police. But that's not a push to the right. He's just trying to stop the move to the left. He's just trying to hold the ground where he is now and he's trying to do it. I mean i'm sure. Barack obama wants to fund the police. He just thinks that this is a terrible lose revenue issue for their party which clearly it is. Now let's move over to the other example. Brian hagedorn. We'll be guinea pig here. here's going. Brian hagedorn was two years ago and brian. Hagedorn was elected to the wisconsin supreme court in the election of eighteen. He ran as the conservative candidate. It had the support of virtually every conservative in the state of wisconsin. The liberals tried to destroy him because they thought plenty think about that that the liberals were mortified over hagedorn. And i'm sure they're very very happy with what they've gotten from him. They try to destroy over his religious beliefs that tried to destroy him over family issues. They try to destroy him in general because they didn't wanna conservative to be elected to the state supreme court. We won that one hundred on the election and he has been a terrible disappointment. I've called him the john roberts wisconsin which i think is a perfect analogy. Hagedorn seems to vote with the liberals half the time it might be more so but the half time is a little misleading because he tends to vote with the liberals on almost all the really big ones when hagedorn stays on the conservative side. I'm not saying that. Any supreme court cases unimportant but the cases that get the most attention that's where haggard on seems to be over on the leftist side today. The lawsuit was filed by the trump campaign asking the state supreme court to take immediate jurisdiction of the challenges of the election on the foreground the fort grounds or so that the trump campaign raised in their lawsuit requiring the court to take immediate jurisdiction. Would be the only way of doing anything that would have any impact on the current. He lectured that we had allowing the case to instead go to circuit court. And then after there's you know hearings and so on there that appeal to the state court of appeals and eventually to the state supreme court. I mean that's a year and a half and therefore a very little use to the trump campaign. It's not of no use because some of these questions that they're raising. I have contended. We have to resolve by twenty twenty two twenty twenty four. We've got to get rid of this notion of people being able to vote in park and madison weeks before election just dropping ballots anybody under the sun. We've got to get rid of this indefinitely. Confined thing that is a way of getting around photo. Id for voting. We've gotta gotta get rid of these drop boxes that in some communities you know. They set up. Gotta get rid of this notion of you. Know mark zuckerberg foundation giving millions of dollars to local communities in wisconsin to run their elections biased toward the left. These things some of these things have been pointed arrays the trump lawsuit and getting a resolution to it down. The road is a value but trump's lawyers are hoping to get a resolution now. The vote was four to three to kick the case down into circuit court. The three liberals voted to kick it a circuit court. The three conservatives voted here at now. Brian hagedorn joined with the liberals. Get in the entire. I won't say entire in the recent history of the the american judiciary. I'll go back to about nineteen fifty. Let's do your math valley. Seventy years. I think i know that it's seventy years. Provide a little uber here. Let's go back to say. Nineteen the examples of people either being elected or appointed judge and drifting to the right are not excess that we have however an incredible number of examples of judges during the time that they have been on the bench drifting to the left either they turn out to be more liberal than we thought they were or they gradually over time. Keep moving off to the left. It has happened again and again and again and again and again the most famous example is david suitor. Some people argue that it's an unfair example because suitor may have never actually said he was a conservative suitor was appointed by the first bush. Eddie chose the guy who had no track record because he figured by pictures at a guy who has no track record. The lefties canada has track record. It wasn't a bad idea but it backfired because in not having this track record they were under the impression that souder was more conservative than he was in. Souder of course turned out to be a liberal. Let's also the united states. Supreme court threw tied though. This court has been a five four court with a conservative majority forever and ever in ever accept whomever the least conservative is once they get to being that fifth vote. They tend to drift off to the left aside a walk. The history of this forever. Sandra day o'connor wise the least conservative of the five conservatives drift off and shoes the deciding vote on everything because she'd wander off and join with the liberals at a bunch of things. When sandra left the court anthony kennedy was the person who thus became the least conservative of the conservatives. And the next thing you know kennedy was drifting off to the liberal side. Kennedy never drifted off to the liberal side and kill okada was go. Hi john roberts gets appointed to the united states supreme court when he got on there. He was a conservative roberts's record prior to getting to the united states. Supreme court is extremely conservative. He has made rulings on the united states. Supreme court the contradict rulings. He made when he was a federal appeals court. Judge john roberts was i think it was. In the red federalist society he was regarded by every conservative legal. Mind out there as a staunch and solid conservative. That he gets in there as chief justice and he starts drifting off to the left. There are other examples of this. You go all the way back to older award. One of the liberal heroes of the supreme court roe war was a republican from california. He was put at the supreme court by icenhower. So it's not even a new phenomenon. And i understand that there were a lot of liberal republicans back in the arab world war but still whether the most defining liberal justice justices of the last nearly century century in american legal history was put on the court by the republicans and in fact as a politician was himself a republican. And it's true right up to the present day. What causes this. We let it awfully good question because if we do cards maybe we'd be able to trade it. What causes someone. Like john roberts to a get it again and again and again sell out. What his stated principles used to be some believe in the case of roberts that he does not want the united states supreme court to be a policymaker and therefore he is very reluctant to overturn anything. That any governmental body does even if that action violates the constitution because he doesn't believe in any kind of activism on the court be had from the left or the right that rationalization has been thrown out. There others believed that roberts is simply concerned about the courts reputation for instance if the supreme court has struck down all of obamacare. When it was upheld on a five four vote will. He casts the decisive vote. He felt that the supreme court would have been reviled by everyone on the left in this country and he didn't want that to happen again. These are all these theories or people. Try to mind. John roberts is never gotten up and said hey you all want to know why i sell out at all of these things. You ought to know why. What's a conservative entire life. Until i started drifting to the left and the supreme court. He's never really answered that question. But as i say sandra day o'connor did the same thing it'd be four after her. Anthony kennedy did the same thing. We have at the moment of six three united states. Supreme court with amy barrett on the court. Except it's probably not six three. It's probably right now. Five four because barrett design there. It probably means job. roberts is just going to permanently. Join the liberal wing and never vote with conservatives anymore and that means the next conservative. The fifth vote now. Is you have to figure out who that who the next one in line is. It wouldn't be clarence. Thomas too early to tell at amy barrett. Probably don't think it's alito. Somebody's gonna take on that role of course presuming. That biden becomes president. He's not going to be long before he gets an appointment. That's on the court head that it's go some six three two five four and maybe the other way around. If you can't count on john roberts for anything anymore. Sa- going back to wisconsin. There was nothing. And i'm not gonna say that i was an expert on brian. Hagedorn life prior to him running for the supreme court but there was nothing that would indicate he be the disappointment that he's turned out to be not strong advocate of private schools stood his ground. Showed you know. He could have folded his tent at a couple of these things that he was under fire for. His religious beliefs didn't again federalist society all the legal groups that he was as a younger man. Where on the conservative side his speeches at his writings and his opinions. Every track record that we had was conservative. He gets in the supreme court and it's not at the point in which he just looks for excuses to vote with the liberals the rationalizations that he comes up with just reaches the best. You can get out of him. It's the same thing that john roberts tries to grab onto that. He doesn't want to be an activist judge. So therefore he's not somebody that's willing to overturn really much of anything. In this instance. He says what he and the four prevailing justices in wisconsin challenges through election. Law have to be your heart hurt at the circuit court. Will that's true. It says that the reason we give the supreme court discretion to do whatever they want. Is there a circumstance which leaving something to the circuit court means that the courts are going. Resolve it if you've got an election that's got to be resolved in the next three weeks by having it go through a process of a year and a half year not resolving anything. It's the same stunt that hagedorn polled earlier this year. I'm throwing off the voter registration. Rolls the people who are on the purge list that case is still pending in front of the supreme court. It's going to be heard and argued next year while the election's over true we'll get a legal ruling that will affect the future but it wasn't a time for the current election time. Is it going to get in the way here. Even though you know to use the popular allergy were arguing here about whether or not the barn door should be closed at the time in which the cows are running out of the barn in some cases instead of worrying about procedure. At a time. Line you have to take immediate action or the whole thing becomes mood becomes irrelevant but as they say hagedorn just keeps coming up with these excuses. This would perhaps be acceptable if it ever worked in reverse. I'm waiting you know. When rebecca dallet ran for the supreme court. I had a lot of people milwaukee in the league. Localism community and said march is not that liberal. I know her. she's not that liberal got this a lot of people including judges. She's not that liberal. She had to say she was liberal. In order to get the support of the liberals and get their money in the campaign. She's not that liberal. When she was in milwaukee county circuit judge wasn't really a softy. I had a million people. Tell me that case. She's been on the supreme court you know how many times she's broken ranks with the liberals not what case i of so. She's really dot that liberal. How come she hasn't pulled a haggard auditor adverse and wandered over to join our side. Ever in when i say ever i mean there may be small cases in you know. Somebody's arguing about a plumbing license. Some case that gets to the supreme court where you know but other major important cases that we've seen over the last few years the headline cases that everyone is paying attention to and so on she is a solid member of that liberal bloc and never breaks ranks with it. Surely abraham was on the court for decades. When did she ever wander often. Joined the conservatives. United states supreme court waited ruth bader ginsburg. Ever tell the lefties. You know what i can't be with you on this time. You're nuts this time ethic. Go over there and vote with scalia and clarence thomas in that it never happens. It never even happens once much less somebody just coming over enjoyed nightside permanently. He never happens. It's also true on the local judiciary local circuit court saying county waukesha county. Nobody runs for judge in waukesha county claiming they're a liberal. Nobody nobody but many of them get on the bench and waukesha county and become liberal. Like laura law is becoming and before her ralphie ramirez this a bunch of 'em the tend to move in that direction at a county like milwaukee. They're all liberal right now. Now the uber's is going to be pointing all the judges ed. The voting basis liberal. It's a different kind of thing. But the point that i'm making his even conservative counties judges who appear to be conservative when they're seeking election to the bench not all of them but some of them tend to drift over to the left aside knight. Everybody does but this point that i'm making here. In which illustrated the fight of the democratic party as it is being dragged even farther to the left. Now to the point that barack obama's trying to slow him not imagine that in wisconsin supreme court in so odd. There is something of an explanation for this. And i want to get to that something of an explanation and i want to talk about my role therefore in trying to address it. We'll do that at eleven thirty. W i s n mark belling late afternoon show since people. Give me these theories. They're usually stupid sometimes their dad. Somebody gives me the theory that one of the reasons that christmas is starting earlier in earlier and earlier as because of the fake christmas trees. That's the theory. You understand this theory or not. You disagree though. I asked didn't ask you if you agree with that. I said you understand that theory. Well what what is the three explain. His theory lot of wipe you have to water dis. What else you put it up anytime you why. Here's the thing if you have a live tree usually can't buy it too early because it only lasts a long people have alive tree idol china. Remember when i was a kid you still get live trees yet. I hear your kids in there anymore though. Is that why or you just because you're just lazy goldberg out. Which of the to use the this year is because you're lazy that the answer i asking the raise. It is it because you're lazy this year. You don't want to chop down or what why you wanted to change or your wife wanted a change so it's one more thing where your wife ought to do something and you're going to go along with it. When did you when did you. When did you Would you had the live tree which generally put it up. The after really at lasted that long. You cut it. I mean when. I was a kid. I just seems to me everything started later. You know eight. Hundred years ago. When i was a kid. It seemed to me that it was the middle of december. Did that tree would come in. And i know for the generation before me. They often come. They put the tree up a day or two before christmas. In fact christmas eve and that was because the christmas season didn't start until then but they were try to keep it up until the middle of january. Because you're at christmas season so anyway. This guy is the theory that because the fake christmas tree can be going up at any time razali. One only lasts for so long that. That's why things are in somebody. People use the fake trees the too cheap to get the actual tree of what a hassle with the real tree you know then the needles come falling down off bed all that see. If you have a real. I think if you have a real tree you should be rich. Rich people should have royalties because they could have people to clean all that up right. You're worried i don't know but you never cleaned it up. Be i mean if you if you had people that evacuated every day you would have a real tree. wouldn't you. Yeah see but you don't have that all right now on this point that i have in making aboud the inexorable drift to the left that you see from almost everyone in government some resisted but it just becomes a hired thing that people you know. You'll see for example. What are the things happened over. Time is a republican gets in there liberals. Hate him when they get in twenty five years later. They're okay with the ones that have been in for twenty five years but they hit the new ones. And that's because the ones in for twenty five years in many instances have drifted as i say to the left over to their side. It's not always true. There's exceptions but it happens quite a bit. I think the biggest explanation for it is an i explained earlier. The democratic side this gregarious this really both sides gregarious. This of people want to get along with everybody and so forth and so on bought and this points related to that almost all of the pressure if you are in public officer and public life almost all of the pressure applied to u. comes the left who questions public officials the media and the questions the media all come from the left the pressure groups the social interest groups. The overwhelming majority of them are from the left. Who is it that goes to work for government. You know the people who work in the staffs and so on the people who say it for the rest of my life involved in governmental work. These tend to be people who are more liberal than the population as a whole for example. It's overwhelmingly leftist organization. Filled with lefty people from was up against dealing with the federal bureaucracy forever because everybody in it is liberal. So when you're in office almost all the pressure that is applied to you comes from the left. Everything pushes them in that direction. Going back and choosing a community is a community that comes to mind that out of choose to pick on how. 'bout here's what i hardly ever use. Monopoly falls off the manabe fall. School super dental gets up and says it's a racist nickname. And i hate look at the sign in the wall as this that and the other thing. If you're a member of the school board that precious from your superintendent. He's pressure regular from the left. How many times you think a superintendent has walk through a school and said you know what. I really liked that indian thing we got. That doesn't happen or you know. I don't think we should be calling ourselves eagles anymore. Let's call ourselves chiefs arabians. Where does that happen. Never so the pressure. I knew the vast vast majority of comes from the left in addition to that the organize citizenry politicians tell me for example all the time mark on these issues. I know that you and a lot of people in your audience. Believe a certain thing but our calls are overwhelmingly the other side again. The squeaky wheel gets the grease and liberals are part of all these groups they have all these mailing list. I mentioned this ground level organizing that they've been doing in the suburbs here. Wa tosa tosa. Together heather cools group. And all this and there's a bunch of others that are like this they get these people together and they get into these organizations and they're pressuring government on ninety seven different issues the regular person and it's getting worse not better. Who's conservative doesn't do that. And here's one of the reasons. It's getting worse right now. So many people are terrified of being outed as a conservative because of the ostracism that you get who wants to write a letter to a public official telling them to do something if that person is fertile. All my goodness. I'm they're gonna find out at work that i've a conservative and i'm going to be harassed you have to be fired. I was told for a you know. There are a number of people whether republicans in the legislature haven't tried to get rid of the mask requirement in wisconsin and a few of them talked me this bark ninety percent of our calls and ninety percent of the emails that we get support this now. I realize if you're in the ten percent that that's not anything that makes you happy but left. He's a real organized this and they've got all these groups all of these hospital groups support the hospitals and so they have all their all pushing all of this stuff. The pressure if you are in public office almost always comes from the left at almost every level internally the media your staff other members and often even comments of the citizenry now there are issues which conservatives get organized edwin conservatives get organized in mass number we have achieved positive results. There have been some local communities where the community was going to do something lefty and the committee rise up in opposition. They convince them to stop. But let's be honest. How often does that happen. The times had happened from the other side are way more. Frequent requires a very firm back backbone and incredible self confidence to withstand this. You've gotta be willett while you've got. I mean i could see added on the other hand. I'm one of the rare people in life who has been rewarded reinforced for not caving in buckley if i caved in buckled all the time. If you know. If i pull the charlie sites and so what. I'd be off editing the bullhead or whatever that is that he's doing and not making the money that i make it instead. We've got the most listened to radio program in the state of wisconsin and presiding over right here. So i mean there's a reward factor in me standing by grounded offering conservative content. So i haven't faced the kind of all the pressure that means anything comes to the left that most people in government have but i think i could withstand it. I think if i was the government and understand that all these people were telling me. I'm crazy and this that and the other thing you're a right wing nut so forth. I still think i would do the right thing. I'm pretty firm this but just about everybody runs for office. Says that they're going to be but for most people. It's very very hard to resist the longer they get in there. The worst tends to be again. There's exceptions clarence. Thomas has moved a bat. I mean he's better a and the supreme court for thirty years. I don't think. Rebecca bradley is going to move a bed. Wisconsin supreme court in the legislature. There are some republicans republican are just for. I don't see a of squishy. Say a dui strobl but when the movement does occur. It's almost never try to think of in public life. The number of people you know that over time have moved to the right in the courts. It's not existed as i said seven years. Nobody can name one. So i don't want judge in rhode island you get the drift. You gotta go and you have to. You have to be really obscure to come up with the one but it's true it almost every level of government somebody who started side of as modern as become a hardcore conservative. There are a few that we've seen a pulse. Lindsey graham appears to be but a little bit to the right. And i think in his case he just after suck it up to lefties forever when they turned out a couple of times of the trend to out of and talked about sexuality and all of this stuff he just got his backup saying screw this when he saw what they did. The brett cavanaugh. He saw the ugly side of kamla harrison dianne feinstein and that goon spot over there and how they were willing to destroy people but it's it's a rare occurrence for to occur anyway getting my role in this i get a lot of local government officials in some republicans in the legislature. And so on. They're often unhappy with me when i turn him. And i've explained my role. Look all the pressure you guys get some the left. This almost nobody to apply pressure from the right. And that's what i'm doing. Somebody's gotta bucky. Walk on this ed. And i've speaking if it in a conservative community and with regard to elected republicans. I'm speaking for the majority of the people who voted for you. Those lefties it keeps second to none of them voted for you. Brian hagedorn keeps making happy. All the people who tried to destroy him and black election to the supreme court. How many of the people that voted for. That voted for him are made happy by this. You can take it to the same thing. With regard to the local level that so odd most of these people who get elected as republicans they're conservatives had an opponent was more liberal the people who voted for them. We're looking for someone. Who was conservative. And i wrote their bucking them up and trying to shove them to the right ed. It's not like my voice. Does it have merit. And there's a few others vicky and talk about it but all the other pressure we have in society comes from the left. I have even mentioned the culture. The attitudes push that us by television and the movies the celebrity culture the pressure that's applied to corporations in which they go squishy and corporations are another one. They respond to pressure and the pressure comes almost entirely from the left seriously. Now how much pressure has been applied dependency to get him to shut up with all of his republicans are racist and so on. Can you imagine if pansy was the exact same thing but he was saying things from the right like this caught up. Lefties is a bunch of communists and the ad and i place it burned down by now. And i'm not suggesting people do anything like that. But he doesn't pay much of a price in terms of any pushback but if someone from the left us their corporate. I mean you've got corporations if they have one member of the board of directors. It's going to be a conservative. They're under fire. Just a member of the board of the. Who's this guy. Penza your wants your business. You're a bunch of racists this that and the other thing. yeah if you vote for trump. don't come into my store. That's what he said if somebody said if a business you know come into my store mean every day there'd be people throwing rocks at the window of that store but if you if you do this stuff i say from the left you face very very very little pressure consequence and that's because the overwhelming pressure throughout our society comes from the left and it's certainly my point. Here was the disgust government. But that's why it occurs with regard to the judiciary. That's a harder one to figure out because most of these judges are elected you know. State supreme court justices are elected for ten years. Federal judges are elected for appointed for life circuit. Judges usually don't face opposition when they run for reelection in their case the drift over is harder to get a beat on. It's one of the reasons why. I always stress to my audience that it's when these judges are being appointed for the first time are running for the first time that we need to get it right. It's to the great credit of trump. The his federal court nominees have people who showed no signs of be pushiness. Moving off to the other side. You may recall that. The second bush w bush tried to appoint her original designate for the united states. Supreme court was harriet myers. Remember her i and many other conservatives applied extreme pressure to get bush the drop that nomination because of the strong belief that she was going to be squishy and selig out. There were some people in my audience. Is that give her a chance. No way give her a chance. These appointments set for life. You can't afford to get them wrong if you have any doubt you've got to stop. It's been clear here in wisconsin. There's always only one conservative that runs for the supreme court. There's never two of them in a primary because the legal community to kind of get together and say okay. It's your turn. We don't want to divide the vote in a pri- and i get that. If you got four candidates running in three conservatives you know or let's say it's too to. You could have the to liberals get through. I get i get the whole point of that. But we may perhaps have not been doing enough scrutiny of some of these candidates as to who they are. And i'm not quite do claim that i'm blameless here. I was buffalo by brian. Hagedorn to i said bought a year ago. The it's possible that these cases where he's moved off to the left and we're just aberrations and we'll have to take a wait and see well. It's not aberration anymore anytime you need him. The guy's not there for you. Just the way it is and i would say right now we already have a four three liberal majority on the supreme court because it looks to me like hey going to be with the liberal wing more often than the conservative way and again make reverses this and turns it around but once these judges drifting to the left. It's almost impossible to find an instance of a reversal of that drift. Like roberts yeah. I mean it's now the no he's not i. In fact i think in the case of roberts. He's now that now that amy barrett is out at six three he'll just make it five four by just the liberals on almost everything right. But i suspect and roberts would be another case of you know you can't find a prominent conservative legal thinker. Who saw this coming from. Robertson said this is a bad point where we all thought provinces great appointment of one of the ways you can tell. Let's bay department is a leftist for tara. Lippo's john roberts remember that the extremely appro opposed to him so that was another one where you just. You couldn't see a cub. You've you've got to look for extreme resolve i think. In retrospect one of the best things that happened with regard to clarence thomas was when they tried to character assassinate him with that layer anita hill and those terrible hearings in which they allowed it to come up with those uncorroborated allegations the kind of stink job that they pulled that many conservative legal Nominee sense that. But thomas thomas is one of the first thing we clarence. Thomas saw what liberals are willing to do to destroy him. I think if anything it gave him a more firm resolve. Look if i get on there. I am going to stay true to my principles because i understand how ugly the other side is that because i am a black conservative. They want to destroy me as a human being because they don't want to accept the legitimacy of someone who is both african american and a conservative legal scholar and the treatment that he got an. I suspect the same thing might happen with brett capita that he saw the ugly and see of what the liberals are now that he's on there. There's talk you know. If they get the united states senate up impeaching him i even. I think that's farfetched. The likely would be packing the court and adding justices. But that's all going to be resolved by that election in georgia. I mean they're either going to get the saturday night and that elections now few weeks away. The two elections where they're going to elect to united states senators in those runoff elections. What are you saying. Well another point. You make pause upset the julia louis. Dreyfus is telling people to vote for enjoyed saying they don't judge i don't either i don't either. Are you saying. I can't tell people that who have the vote for producing lawford on their policies. It ruined seinfeld. Well that is. The challenge is how much you're gonna put up at the now. If you if you decide that you're not gonna do anything but that involved with the lefty cova people hated. Joe biden down there in the basement. The everybody's got their lines that they have to put in place and it's a personal choice that you make and like i say in some cases penzone says don't come into my store. I mean okay. I want to go into your stupid store and buy your overpriced cinnamon anyway. Yes right. I band you from going in there you ought to. You ought to keep going. And even though he was like gobbled in your face. I hear you are right wing racist okay here. Give me fourteen dollars in australia. Some basil it's probably past the expiration expiration date. But that's the thing about spices. I don't do. They ever expire. Keep it for forever. I my sister gave me a bunch of them years ago at. I said to these ever go rotten though. But i mean how can that be. I mean they're they're grown out of the ground. I mean it's not like there's vinegar or alcohol in their killing the germs. How could it be. Maybe that's what they are. The spices like the plant has gone rotten and died. That's what it is like like you know i. I know it just seems a little weird. I know i've got stuff in there. I move some of that stuff. I got stuff in there. That's where you can't shake. Oh that see. i'm single. That's when you grabbed the night it's third scoop out of the Sommese anybody actually has to go to penn z. To buy spices given that long it takes a single guy to go through a thing spices. Other than partly which you throw a lot of that. And i don't mean salt and pepper but you hawaii to get through a jar basil. I still have to i. I got it when i was eighteen. It's still all right news. Talk eleven thirty. W y s and mark belling late afternoon. Show this little garbage. Can you know you're for people like meet as rotates to you know this garbage. Can you sit over. Here is one. That's right here. I can't believe habit. Notice this until now but you know how you just don't notice certain things. There was a bumper sticker on this garbage. Can there is. You didn't notice it here. Apparently this is what. I've read all these w. e. n. P. twelve fifty. I do not only not only does that states should not exist. It's never once but part of our company. Why is the bumper sticker for that state. They haven't been on the air and idle fifteen twenty years. I don't know. I don't know how he got that dan. Or maybe somebody at a sticker. It put it on the poll. I bet this is on your for fifteen years. That i just noticed that until now i don't i don't think somebody put that on last night. I've never really thought about it. A they've never. They're not part of the up. Iheart predecessor clear channel. They're the part of the editor. Calm the other one down the area and but they long then. They became one of the sports stations. The w crap or whatever it is what is that one w. p. s. Is that what it is for the whatever it was you know so. They've been that for a long time. And i think they might have had religion there at the at some point. They did do all these. That's true that stick around. You're all right. One of the points that i have made again and again and again during the ten the governor walker was. The governor was that i felt he should move some of the state agencies out of madison. No law that says a state agency has to be based on the state capital and not every one of one of them is in illinois for example. A huge number of state agencies are based in chicago and not the state capital of springfield. I got nowhere that i have been adamant that the republican party needs to move it state headquarters out of madison and again. They have chosen not to do this because the people who work for the republican party want to live in madison. Which is part of the problem. You have madison's with madison type thinking governing. Our republican party whose constituency litter barely exists in madison. There are republicans in madison. But it's obviously a tiny number. The strength of the republican party is it other parts of the state and the orion -ffected with this madison type of thinking by having staffers. That are for madison. The same thing happens with regard to the state legislature. You have these lawmakers that are elected from all over the state of wisconsin. They get too mad at some of the staffers could have but a lot of them. You know they all. The staffers all live in madison year. Round because they have a year round position the lawmakers you know they spend months back in their districts but the staff there there in madison. All the time. And you have lot you have the staff. The lobbyists the entire institution. That's based in madison. The republican party itself is based in madison. All of these things are in this liberal enclave. And they can't. I think relate to what's going out of the lives of everyone else and it's especially changing now that you're seeing this realignment of the two parties that occurred under trump. Clearly some in the suburbs are moving from the republican side of the democratic side. But at the same time rural areas small towns the areas away from the bigger cities are moving dramatically to the republicans. I think part of it is income the middle class and lower class every coming. The base of the republican party used to think of the republicans as know the country club republican types. There aren't many of those anymore. They've moved over to the democratic side. But the blue-collar especially blue-collar non union type jobs. This is becoming the base of the republican front with again there's very little ability for these weighty twenty republicans who are the lobbying field of political consultancy. Fielder hanger madison to relate to her understand those people. Explain something about that. Explain something about that. I have to be able to relate to who conservatives are. Because if i didn't nobody would listen to my show. I'm not saying that everything. I do makes everybody in the audience. Happy but if. I was all charlie sakes on ya you know. Look at domino's that basic conservatives brennan his thing does he call it. The the bullhead or the bulls eye or whatever that they don't. Don't worry paul nobody else reads it either. No but nobody else reads it either. i would audience and again. I don't alter my points of view to say what the audience wants to hear. But i think. I am in touch with what conservatives think i understand maybe i don't pick up right away but i have to force myself to learn plus i have an interest in learning. What was it about. Trump's appeal that. I missed in sixteen. That was happening. You knew somebody people and you come to realize that. Many people were very very resistant to this. Permanent power structure this notion of. Why are we still in afghanistan. When trump talked about some of those things. They really really hit home. why are we outsourcing. Our whole country to china is something that we have to do all these things at the elitist roll their eyes that with regard to trump gravitated to that message bought the people that are elected to state government and run the republican party and so on they are surrounded by people who do not think lake that you got robin boss now. Writing a commercial telling people to stay home. What do you need. The republican leader of the legislature to tell people to stay home for there are more than enough democrats to tell us stay home. I sure hope. I don't see robert out in public anytime soon. Other than being in the legislature. I robin that going to dinner or doing anything. Say since he's running these ads though on the radio. Hey stay home. It's not a message. Most of your constituents want to hear we're sick and tired of people telling us to stay home. If somebody wants to stay home you don't because you know what they're smart enough to figure that out for themselves. I know a lot of people who don't wanna go all right now. That's their right. I'm fine with that. But they're not gonna get a stay home scale. Do what i wanna do. They don't need you to tell them that. And you certainly don't need republicans to run around and telling people all this boston around to do this. This is your responsibility. We've got enough lefties media and everybody else to do that. But i'm sure south of robin's madison. Staffers told it's a good idea. And i'm sure the hospital association asked him to do it. And i'm sure. Some lobbyists pat him on the head as he stands there with a with a marxist mark poll can run these commercials janas of stay home. That's bipartisan thing. New bipartisan thing. Is do what you wanna do. Make your own decisions with regard to covid. There's a different answer for everyone. This ought to still be america where we don't need a bunch of politicians. Tell us when we can leave the damn house right scared. Well he says he says you can. So i if. I shouldn't be saying it all. Keep your mouth shut. We got enough democrats. Tell people what to do if i tell people what they do pay out. I could tell you to go out if you feel safe to what i'll thank go out. That's a good thing. Support these businesses. Should you wear the mask. I don't think it does any good or not. But i'm gonna wear the mask again. Were mask but out you know you know this is what happens. When reformer like robin his now that in madison for what fourteen sixteen eighteen years surrounded by all so surrounded by all these madison. To like i say these do and the ad for some of the hospital association some lobbyists that gets a good idea and this that and the other thing and it's the thing that happens and it's been the theme of the first half of the show here but i'll nobod- they move on. Yeah all right. Four twenty odd. We've got our football preview coming up at five forty five this afternoon and they got for milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk eleven thirty. W i said interesting story. Today's wall street journal page wide college. Loan debt hits. Parents hired a. Here's why that where the story is coming from. It's clear that one of the big issues in the biden administration is going to be a push by the left to forgive student. Loan debt once they start throwing these things out. It doesn't take long before they become a movement and again. If you're a family that has student loan debt. Why wouldn't you be in favor of it. It's one of those things where the majority may think. It's a pretty stupid idea to say that people who borrowed money got the benefit of that money shouldn't have to pay it back but the people of the strongest opinions are the ones that. Oh the money if paula to five thousand debt and somebody said to me. Hey should that guy. Forgive paul's five thousand dollars. That i'd probably say no i don't think they should but why really care. You know who cares paul. So it's one of those democrats have done this forever. This is how they buy votes by money for this money for that money for the other thing. Now you live a world in which this is again this battle. Clean elitist sonata leaders. Where a lot of people didn't take out any student loan debt because the kids didn't go to college the decided to go into something else wondering why tens of thousands of dollars should just be not paid back by people who got the benefit of the money in the first place or the person whose family came up with cash in paid their way through. They didn't do the debt. Nobody's going to give them their money back in any event the story. That was interesting when you hear some of the people talking about the hardships that they're facing. And in many instances here. The story focuses on parents that it's the parents who are taking the responsibility of paying the debt. Back now again. That's a real new concept for me. There student loans. But i went to college but fire. Lower percentage of people got them and the dollar amounts not only college tuition cheaper but the amount of money that people were taking out incredible. But i don't think in my era. I heard of a single person whose family pay the loan back. The loan was going to be paid back. The whole point was okay. You borrow the money you get a good job after college. Then you pay it back the notion that mom and dad was. I've never heard of that. I never heard of that fact that i was of that era. You hear of that in your era. Never but it's a thing now. Parents pay for a portion of the college. They got a thirty year old kid. They're gonna pay back the loan. Let me quote though some because the comments here are actually interesting. I'm not denying that there's a real hardship you're talking about somebody who may be twenty eight twenty nine years old and they got one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in debt. I can't fathom at that stage in my life. Given what i was making had hundred fifty thousand for me when i was twenty. Three thousand in debt would have been a lot. It is a hardship build out about that. Which is why they shouldn't have gotten it. Shouldn't have taken on the load in the first place anyway. I wanna read some lines of the story. Poor and middle income parents at hundreds of colleges have taken on substantial debt amount sometimes more than twice their annual income to help their children to school new federal figures show. Now let me stop one of the things that this story has pointed out and i guess i sort of knew this but i didn't either didn't think about when you think about the families that are taking on the student loan debt. What schools are you normally thinking of you really you're thinking of. Uw ash cash student loan. I my immediate thought would be marquette that you you take out the student loan student loan to go to marquette because it's an expensive school. It's not taxpayer. Supported or i would say the ivy league universities. It's very expensive to go to harvard yale in cornell and so odd that's what my thought would have been but the story points out that well that's an issue. The real problem is not those schools because let's face it a lot of the kids that go to harvard and nails coming from rather affluent families in the first place. Affluent families often have kids. Who were able to get the best education when they were younger. And so on some of these middle class poor families kids are going to very different kinds of schools than harvard but getting a lot of loans for them. So let's pick up the story. The schools with the largest parent to debt burdens and again parody is the debt held by parents. The parrot parents debt burdens aren't world-famous ivy league schools. A wall street journal analysis found rather they include art schools. Historically black colleges and small private colleges that would be schools like say carol where parents are borrowing. nearly six figure amounts to fulfill their children's college dribs. Not let me interject. Let's bring this home locally in thinking about that. How many kids. That went to my ad at big student loan debt. I bet a lot. My ad is the milwaukee institute of art art and designs private very small private college focusing on exactly what that thing said. But it's not a government institution private institution. I don't know what the tuition is. I'm sure it's high art school. The small liberal arts colleges beloit. Carol lakeland up in appleton lawrence locally stretch mount mary tuition at those schools is very very high and many of the kids who go to these schools. Come from middle. Class families of the story is pointing out that some of the greatest debt burdens are being held by parents who sent their kids to schools like that back to the story for the first time the us education department through its annual release of college financial data provided information wednesday on the level of debt of parents a level of debts parents took on through a federal college loan program called parent plus so this is just one of many programs out there but they took a look at the numbers apparent plus previously the department released information a debt levels of students at specific colleges and universities but not the borrowing taken on by parents on a student's behalf in other words they're focusing here on loans that were actually taken out by the parent. People what. I'm talking about to a quickly explain it. Pause kids went to school. Imagine what your kids went to a private school that an expensive most cases they take out a student loan debt and the debt loan is in the name of the student but many cases appearance just going to borrow the money themselves for instance. Let's imagine paul's daughter went to explain. Paul borrowed one hundred twenty five thousand dollars. He and his wife bought. They're focusing on this program where it's actually the parents that are on the hook. The parents took out the loan. We talk a lot about the students that have the debt. This story is focusing on the mound. Dad's borrowed out the wazoo to send their kids to school back to the story. The parents plus data provide a more complete financial picture of how recent graduates have paid for their post-secondary secondary education. The education department said in a statement wednesday the amount might be burdensome for many parents. At nearly one hundred fifty colleges parents typically took out loans worth fifty thousand dollars or more data show at more than one hundred schools. The median about they borrowed was between twenty five and fifty thousand the again. This is just the debt that the parents out if the kids had student loans of their own. That's in addition to these events. Parents have graduates from spelman college. A historically black school in atlanta borrowed immediate media means in the middle one hundred twelve thousand dollars. We're not talking harvard here. Spelman black school in atlanta the median. Load right in the middle. Take it up by parents. Not the kids to send their kids to spelman in. Atlanta is one hundred twelve thousand dollars. I'm sure the majority of kids who go to spell again. It's predominantly black school. I not real rich. Sure a few are most. They're probably not hundred and twelve thousand dollars in debt. Imagined that if your family income is forty five. I can't even fathom it back to the story. that's more than any other school in the country. The data show about half of spelman parents take out loans through parent plus now. Let me interject these colleges and their financial aid departments. They're very good at hooking up families prospective students and their parents and all these different programs that are out there. No doubt in this case spelman directed a lot of the prospective students and their parents to this parent plus program saying hey mom and dad can borrow the money and the next thing you know. Kids are saying they want to go to the school. Parents say well spell a good school for an african american kid to go to they borrow the money and spell the now has the money and that's the thing with regard to this racket on student loans. It's like a loan for anything else. Let's suppose paul bios one hundred thousand dollars to buy. What would you buy with a hundred thousand dollars. Well like if you could buy one thing for one hundred thousand dollars you'd have to. What would it be. you're so boring. I do shed. Are you telling me. Are you telling me. I know you're outdoor kitchens. Expensive that you're gonna spend a hundred thousand dollars on a shed invite set one hundred thousand you more. I w why are you driving me crazy today. If you if you were about one hundred thousand for something what would you. What i'll just but why did i just interject see a bad example. Because i'm trying to talk about somebody that is not in a position. I think to afford one hundred thousand dollar loan. But let's imagine that someone does it so somebody byles one hundred thousand dollars because they want to. You know a great rang like some eighty billion carat diamond ring or something or another the jeweler dot gets the money if you buy the body and its bio to the store itself if you borrow it from a bank. They get the money or paul's case the shed or whatever they have the money. The college has got paid. They have the money so of course. They're good at what courage to bile mansion. I was in business. Don't sell it a bunch of stuff. If i'm not financing the loan itself for up having repossess a person doesn't make the payment. If i actually get the check with the bay. I'm going to bow body. I'll sell all this stuff to. Yeah what do. I care if you can't afford it. And that's it's been going on with these colleges and universities they jack up the tuition they encourage everybody to take out the loans because once they get the money they have. The body sorry continues. These numbers don't include the loans. The student took out individually in many cases. Parent loans dwarf what students can borrow through the federal government which cap get about thirty one thousand dollars for dependent students so the federal student loan program on how much you can buy mama. Dad could buy whatever they want to the extent of. What our lenders gotta give them. Many of the borrowers. I low income. Spelman parents whose children received pell grants typically reserved for poor students took out a media and eighty four thousand dollars through the parrot loan program. Think about that in order to get a pell grant you gotta be long but even though the families that are low income the median loan taken out at spelman was eighty four thousand dollars. It's eighty four thousand dollars. Essentially taken out by poor people could see what the story's going in a statement. Spelman president mary schmidt campbell said the school has been working to address the issue quote. We recognized how crippling loans could be for our families. As a result of this reckoning three years ago the college began to aggressively campaign to close that unfunded gap and reduce the need for loans through a donor campaign. The college raise more than one hundred billion dollars in new financial aid in the past three years the data released comes as policy makers. Continue to debate how to provide relief to borrowers for record levels of college. Loan debt democrat. President president elect joe biden. A democrat has said he would push to cancel one ten thousand dollars in student debt for every borrower with federal loans. He has also said he would forgive any student debt among families that cover tuition at public colleges and historically black colleges. He hasn't said whether he would support changes to lending program such as parents flaws. The education department requires only a scant check of appearance credit history before extending loans that it performs no assessment of their ability to repay. Sounds like the credit card companies. Send all this crap in the mail but even they run a credit check through the result. Some parents have taken on amount. They have little hope of repaying student. Get researchers said. The loans are often tacked onto the financial aid packages to fill the gap between student borrowing limits and cost of tuition vote. Our goals were to make sure our children go to college to get their degree so they can support themselves. That was our mission. In life said serena harris sixth year old mother of three children from toledo. Ohio ms harris estimated that she ballot about fifty thousand dollars for her daughter to attend to lourdes university. A private school in sylvania ohio. About double the school's media debt load for parents of about twenty five thousand dollars. According to the data harris said her husband died of pancreatic cancer in two thousand and three she. Her daughter told her she said her daughter told her the only way she could stay in school was if she borrowed from the parents plus program harris. A medical assistant who at the time was earning about forty thousand dollars. A year said she was laid off during the recession that began in oh seven and declared bankruptcy she said the government garnish your wages and tax refunds in recent years to start to recover the unpaid debt starting five years ago. Lord's noticed high amounts of high default rates on student loans among former students and parents at financial aid director. Kelly's ache now. The story goes on a couple of comments about this. I would like to right. Now tell you the level of sympathy. I have for the people that are in this situation. Not none none explain why we come back on news. Talk eleven thirty. Wins edmark dumbing late afternoon. Show please tell me why. I understand empathizing with people who are under unpredicted. Please tell me why we should feel badly for people who borrow it a lot of money that they afford to pay back. We used to have a term for that deadbeat. You know you avoid being deadbeat. You don't borrow money a can't afford to pay back. Here's what's happened over. The last number of years was student loan. Debt the normal. Can i afford this equation. That most of us put in with our borrowing doesn't cut it. You look at the buy a house you kind of think. How much could afford payment. can i handle. You're looking to buy a car. Maybe you can buy that fifty thousand dollar. Ford explorer gussied up. But you can't buy the land rover you evaluate how much you can afford five looking to buy it a horse. I'm not out there on my own. Buying a three million dollar rate source. I can't afford it. We all make these decisions with regard everything even if you make the decision at borrowing buddy you factor in how much without going through all the whole wake. I've told the story in the past. I went to the cross. It was lacrosse. Her madison where my final tio. I'd never considered going to a private college. Because i would have had to borrow more money than i would have felt comfortable with. My idea was that i was gonna go into something pertaining to the. Bdi those jobs paid not a lot and make any money to in my mid thirties. So therefore i knew that i couldn't barrel thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars. Because i do. i couldn't pay it back. I wasn't going to get any money from my family and anybody. Who's gonna pay it back. So i didn't do it so years ago. It pretty much was like that for a while and the next thing you know people decide that their kids are gonna go to the college that they want to go to a not the one they can afford sixty thousand dollars to go to school. How do you intend to pay that back. But selling your paintings at the at the at the lakefront festival of the arts. Go to art school. A lotta these private college. But there's a zillion of they were all pushing these student loans and then charging monstrously high tuition above with the market would bear because the loan was outside of normal market forces. Put a sticker price the education that gives this to go. I want i want. I want i want i. What what we have lost with regard to higher education in the united states he said some market forces. There's a reckoning coming on this. It's i mentioned a yesterday's program. With the declining birth rate there are way fewer kids they go out there and many of them are going to learn the lesson from the millennials above them and not want to take on all of this massive debt besides the reason that we have public universities and their price of course go out up to but the reason that the state of wisconsin operates all these. Uw system campuses is for the purpose of providing higher education to the masses at a lower cost. Then if you would spend if you went to marquette or mount. Mary harvard notre dame ready those schools taxpayers pay a huge portion of the cost of operating them. The private schools are on their own. They get it through tuition and donations. Therefore they have to charge a lot more. All these parents took on their dead. Those kids got to go to school at a lot of parents instead of sending their kids to this gus fide private school sent their kids to a public school. Some of these big cities abbas uw abbas example. So for thirty thousand kids that go to uw wwl over thirty thousand and the majority of them. We'll go there go there. Because it's within their affordability rage now if you have a really sharp kid who's got an interesting going into a career in which the pay is very high for example if i had a kid and was technically oriented. He said he really wanted to be at engineer. And i had a lot of money. I think i'd be comfortable taking on a big loan at msn way. Because going into the anything in engineering. If you're good at it and the kids responsible enough to finish the probably make a lot of money. And i'm guessing they could pay that loan back but if you got a lot of money how do you take all of this debt for some kid that says i want to be an english major. Not everybody did this. There's another class. Warfare component of this. Where once again. We have a bias toward rewarding. Those who chose a college career. This is another one of these gaps that you see that i think so many of the people who supported trump they fall into this this resentment that a bunch of people who decided to go to college. I'm going to buy a ton of money now. I don't have to pay it back when their kid decided to learn how to be a diesel mechanic and didn't take out any college that works hard every day dealing with that. Why are we supposed to forgive the data for someone who bought something. They couldn't afford or there were realistic with their kids about. What was affordable. now. I understand public universities. There's a lot of debt on there and in some cases the kid in to work while in college. You know what i understand. Public university costs have gone way up. But unless you're just borrowing to live off of it's hard to get one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in debt to go to. Uw oshkosh but people have that have gone. Went to some of these private schools. Because unless they got tremendous scholarships and so on the cost was that high at mom and dad are taking out the loans themselves and mom and dad are making combined. Forty five or fifty thousand dollars a year where we're mom and dad's brains in assessing how much they could afford you go to the mercedes dealer. They have the I mean i. I don't much like all the foreign cars use letters rather the names for their cars. But with somebody like bruce eighties but they got so many cars. If they didn't have the letters you couldn't keep straight which was which. Well i when it comes to mercedes the lower. The letter is in the alphabet the cheaper the car is in other words. The cla doesn't cost as much as the last said like they had. The e series is in the middle of the series is above that and the a series is the little one it. So i've they got the for the suv. My point is so people go to the mercedes dealer. And they're looking for one of those series trucks of the mini. Suv's and somebody else is going to go out and ask about the may back. That's the ones that are like. Almost limos and somebody else is going to go to the used car. Lot of these dealer and look for a two thousand fifteen to each what they could afford to each what they prioritize in life college has gone haywire on this it is rewarded universities that have done nothing to control their cost because they've just jacked up the tuition because everybody was going out there borrowing their way to get in. It created a bubble in the same way that the housing market bubbled back at. Oh seven and eight with everybody taking on way too much debt in buying houses. They couldn't afford if you borrow more than you can afford. And you don't pay it back. You got bankruptcy. That's the way it works. Call makes a good point. If we're gonna forgive this that how do we get off. Take it away. Somebody's five or hardware store house when they can't pay off their market. He's a choices people made. And if bit off more than you can show what happens when you bite off more than you chew you. Whatnot seaview bite off more than another one of those sayings. Though that i have to anti you bite off more than you do. Spit it out of too much of what i do. Spit it out puke. I'd be biden's gob it out. That's dumb an allergy up. Whether they they could chew. I mean i could see eating more than i. You know what happened. You bit off more than you can show. There's no if we're just accept this notion that all we really wanted to do this for the kids that everybody by their house a kid. A mansion on lake drive in five years from now with the bank says. Hey where's my money. Just forgive it out of the government. Forget let him live there forever. I mean what the know what. There are colleges and universities for every price range at one of the attractive options. Lot of families are look at it especially now that these colleges are too lazy to even opened up their doors because some fat professors afraid to getting the covid online universities which the cost of which are generally dramatically lower. Because they don't have to put up campuses. They don't have the brick and mortar. They don't have the laboratory facilities and so odd they offer a financial incentive for those that don't want to spend or don't have the ability to spend a fortune. I believe i just as i say. I empathize anybody. Who gets in over their head. I'm not a cruel per city just in the same way that if somebody buys a house they can't afford if they buy a business that they can't pay back the note on but that is separate from saying we're going to just let them walk away because still got the benefit of the thing that out for the ones that are really burned appearance took the loans and then two years and the kid drops out you know smoke smoking pot and all of that you know but yeah i i gotta get to the the the break the other part of this as i say it's one thing i know. A lot of people who went to med school took on monster student loan debts. We're talking two hundred fifty three hundred thousand dollars. I mean unless you're rich. How else do you go to medical school you know. How many years is it years and years. And it's really hard to work your way through medical school other than the programs at the schools offer because it's such a hard thing in there so much study egg and so forth and so odd but the notion is. Is that when you graduate. You're going to go into a field. That is well paid and you have some control over your future. You know a lot of doctors starting out. Don't make a lot of money but let's be honest here. Doctor who successful twenty years in is going to be making a lot more money than somebody who's trying to write the next american novel you size up all of these things and i'm not saying that there's anything wrong with somebody borrowing a lot of money if they have a long term plan to make a fair amount in their career and bite the bullet for those first few years of family life. When you get out and pay off your debt until you're able to get free and clear it's what you pry donut properly. Assess what is going to be on the pay on the other end. And as i say i've been there and i know a lot apparel both. Your kids went to state universities. And i think you borrowed for both of them but you didn't brow the kind of money that you would have had to borrow. If they were down they're going to some highfalutin arts school. You know an if they went to vanderbilt in nashville for example. Vanderbilt's a very very expensive school. Private school call it the harvard of the midwest. Harvard of the south. I think that's the called vanderbilt. Maybe the kid to go their mama data to take out a fortune if the kids gonna go to vanderbilt that kid better be willing to major in something in which a lot of money in that In the long haul or the parents better be rich enough to be able to pay off at if not your own damn fault for spending buddy at out by went out and decide okay. I'm getting old. I'm going to get a kentucky. Derby winner at. I buy it at percentages. A thirty five horses like ten percent of all of them and all of them. Turn out to be duds. And it's beyond what i can pay back maybe empathize. I got a little too excited. It's my own fault and throw it. I bought mine vowed that i could afford try. Try to try to get back. Well we don't have loan sharks anymore. Because these mastercard took that oath they they know of the eighteen percent at all events stuff. Yeah bio bio for the mob. And don't pay your points. Talk eleven thirty w i s. I'm mark belling late afternoon. Show and other noteworthy death talk about you. Know who rafer. Johnson is ever hear of them little before your time. As a thailand rafer johnson was regarded as the greatest athlete in the world. Rafer johnson won the decathlon at the nineteen sixty olympic games. And that was back in the time in which people generally thought of the gold medalist and kathleen a really big different. That's bruce jeter became famous. He wanted a catholic a gold medal. Bob richards is the guy. He did the wheaties. Commercials in the sixties the seventies. I think i think he was a decathlete. He might have been a pole vaulter whether they consider catholic. That was a big deal. You know the ten events over the two days out there right and then you're pole vaulting and you throw the shot without whatever all the events are and so on. I don't know if he was the first african american to win it. But if he wasn't the first he was one of the first and whether the first americans to win the gold medal in the decathlon a very very big deal and that accomplishment. The decathlon was considered by a lot of people. Talk about an all around athlete. Because you had to have sprinter's speed you had to have the ability to jump. They had the shot or the disks or something they had one of those in there and then they ended with the fifteen hundred meter run so they had the and that was always the last of ed after they went through all this. They'd have this rod and you got points in each of the events and so on but he became pen figure in american history and so on and guy that was really an icon in this country in the sixties in the seventies and a leader of the civil rights movement and so on and also that's much trivia question as it is an interesting footnote in history. The night that bobby kennedy was murdered the night of the california democratic primary in nineteen sixty eight. The ambassador hotel los angeles kennedy gave a speech and then he walked back into the banquet area. The back kitchen area. And that's for sir. Sirhan shot him rafer. Johnson is guy who was serving his kennedy's bodyguard got the gut. The other guy who was wrestling the gun away was a football player named rosie greer remember rosy grier rosie greer and rafer. Johnson were the ones that wrestled the gun away from sierra. And sarah out i think george plumpton the guy who wrote all those books about you know being a fake athlete paper lion and all that stuff. He was in there to rafer. Johnson is one of those guys that i hadn't heard a word about in decades. He was age stated here. Yeah eighty six eighty six years old. Oh we didn't have a decathlon winner at the twenty twenty olympics because the twenty twenty olympics are going to be held next summer. Does anybody think those are going to happen. Well they ought to stand by it. We're having every other sport. Why can't you have that. Only question is whether anybody is going to be there. All these sports that we called off there was no reason to call if any of they come up with the answer. Don't let anybody come. But how are you going to get the olympic village. I suppose that might be something of an issue or they're all live together but how you get a catch. Covert from run when two guys are running around the bunch of people running around at track. If you could play football for crying out loud. You'd think you'd be able to do the olympics. I suspect all these things eventually are going to happen in sports but when we're going to go back and watch any of it that's a that's another question the nfl playoffs. They say in a bubble will. What's wrong with plan in their own stadium. I think the bubble is worse when she think it's worth and i get when they're in a bubble they can't go out into the public and get it from somebody else and so on i know the nfl. They're just trying to get through this. They're trying to get to a february and get it done with the covert thing going on. And so what i made. Yeah again the problem. I have with the bubble is if one player gets it. In the bubble everybody in the bubble is going to get it. That's to be the downside of the bubble is you have the athletes on top of one another. It works if nobody gets it but if if three or four get it you know you got to enforce the thing and some of these athletes. They're going leave the bubble or they're going to go see the spouse or they're gonna go out and gabba drank or something or another read. Well i i. Yeah i mean the with the packers and being a team built for lambeau is not been true for years because you know the packers zara there a video game t rogers throwing the ball around all over the place. They're you imagine if rodgers spent his whole career dome think it'd be spectacular stuff not suggesting we put dole lambeau five. That's paul suggestion. Who cares if you put. It already began. When was the last time anybody was ended other than a player. Yeah those five hundred pm while they tried their best hold up the sides and they do other such well i it is still five hundred better than nothing. Okay can we get two five thousand zero. Well you gotta spread spreading beg lambeau is a bed lamble. Five thousand people in lambeau is like i think that is. Yeah the other thing that got the five hundred but they're all sitting next to each other. Well what good is that gonna do. What i they're all by you know put you forgot to put them all in their spread of. I understand supposed to have three thousand people that hug. You like to be the guy. That's sitting in row. Ninety seven behind the goal posts erupted the quarter standing up for milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news talk. Eleven thirty w y said very very close to that seems getting approval here in the united states one of them. I think it was pfizer. Not sure has been approved in the uk. The question next question becomes hamad. Will they have been. How widely will. They be distributed story at jason online. Today indicates that was site hoping by the middle of this month to vaccinations available. That seems ambitious until you read. How many talking about forty nine thousand to be raised about that. That's let's say routed. Fifty thousand fifty thousand doses of the vaccine by the middle of december. We're a state of nearly six million people who gets it's going to be. It's going to be one of the policy nursing upfront. You're already past fifty thousand with that you just through an old people all right. Who's old do. I get part of that old thing what i know about life. I don't quite a few things about life at. I'm guilty of the following. What do people most want. What do people most. What no be specific. Be more general people. Both what do i always. What do i want. Answers shot up what you can't have you tell somebody that can't have something they wanted where everybody get have it. That's want you tell somebody. They can't have the vaccine. They're gonna fight to have it. You got ninety seven million of over here. Go get what they want to one of those. So you're going to have initially probably tremendous clamor where people resent the fact that some people are able to get them and others are not obviously healthcare workers and so on aside from who wants seven. How quickly you get them out. The second thing is do we have people say. Well you can use the national guard at of how many national guardsmen. Do you think that we have. Let's imagine a million and a half people want to be back said wisconsin which is about a quarter of the population. I i don't even know logistically how you do it much less. Have all of those doses that in terms of having an impact on covid. How many vaccinations do you need to get in order to get to the point of having herd immunity. Obviously not. everybody has to be the if nobody ha- get is the virus because so many people have been vaccinated the one who isn't vaccinated this very little risk of getting it because you do have to get it from someone else but getting to that number getting this thing out. Especially you'd be. Maybe we should do it like voting where you have dropped boxes and things in the park could just treat it like cavalierly testing thing. All the a small fraction of people still have been tested and look with a live event for that. And i would think that i don't know how much time it takes for my flu. Shot or for that matter. I got the shingles vaccine a year ago or so. I mean you gotta fill out all this paperwork and you stand there. And i realized that what we do the vaccine. It's not gonna be one pharmacist coming around the corner a bunch of times to do it. I it's two doses separate but not at the same time so it's a couple of trips on it so for people who think that this is a nevada even if it works at a even if all the people who wanna get it can have it. It just seems to me that logistically. You're look at a long time on it now. With regard to the vaccine the next great debate is how many people are going to get aid. I think it'll be a little self-regulatory. There are a lot of people who are saying. I am going to wait a month or two to see what side effects are out there. What happens to the people that have it. The more people want it initially the better off obedience overcome the number of people who want to get it all right away. Then the other thing is gonna come in and you know that there's gonna be a lot of people insisting that the kids are going to be vaccinated and if anybody doesn't need the vaccine it's kids because whenever expose other than the really unlucky ones. They barely get sick. And i think we're still at two deaths of people under the age of twenty and wisconsin. I mean you get that many suicides. The state every half hour for crying out loud not to mention overdose deaths And so on. Paul and i were talking earlier about the nfl it. Maybe they might go under the bubble for the playoffs and so on simply with regard to the nba. The bucks were having spectacular season. They had that stop. You came back and you saw how the thing ended. Just have this fear. This could be the packers year at utah. Something's gonna happen with cova descru- all of this up. I i can't say there's any team out there in the nfl. That i think is likely to win the packers. I look at nine teams and say that their chances are about the same. I look at a team like pittsburgh. They don't look to be to be eleven. not i think of the year. That new england ran the table war. Go back to the you know they just don't strike me as crushingly superior to even the game. They won yesterday that one by one by five points over the ravens cabinet game right now in the got a backup quarterback in there and so on the point i make is that green bay has got as good a chance as anybody and it sure would be great if they were having this year when people could go to lambo or we could get fully get into it and so on but you know it is what it is. We're gonna talk biker. Lettuce week preview. The football games for this weekend. I as we will forward here without fully leaving that vaccine story and we get it out. That's going to be one of the first things that we're to who's gonna make that decision as who gets it is that the federal government is at the states. Will doctors have any input of this. Is it going to be that doorkeepers. You know he'll get fevers is a charge. You'll probably give him probably give himself the first vaccination. You'll see. he'll do it rog. He'll he'll take you magin. Tony vers getting the vaccination has bad. He'd be the guy that would get the side effect biden. Go to get it all. I've show you'll be the first one that you don't well you know that's not gonna go. Well yeah well you think you know that's not gonna go well vaccinating biting you know. Something's gonna go wrong with that. Kabul was yeah gel. Get it by the way. I'm going to add something to joe. You are line for this world anyway. Let's get it over with now. Oh and she. She is nowhere to be found. You think biden's of the base. But i mean they've abducted. She knows enough to keep her mouth completely shut. She knows it's just a matter of time and she doesn't say or do anything to follow this up. Oh well she's been explode on the scene when she becomes the president of the united states that will be. Oh i beat. Who actually would have thought that we'd be praying for biden to hang in there paul city rather have hillary hillary or biden hillary and kamala or hillary over calmly clearly made as corrupt as hillary. Is you know that's what a question to ask. What are these things. We ask a guy which of the two women deal out of date. It's like too terribly atrociously at attractive. It's the most wonderful time with the kids. Jingle baoling everyone telling you it's the momo's one news talk eleven thirty. W i s late afternoon show. It's time for the mark belling weekend football preview presented by holiday automotive and the lack. It's worth the trip. Joined right now by mike. Maleta american sports analysts madison. A as a winds dot com one. Eight eight two seven to ten ninety eight mike before we get started anything special. You'd like to share with the audience about a essay. And what's going on this weekend. I'll tell you what it's hard to do that. Nowadays we had a big game plan last weekend. That got canceled on friday night so so kind of one of those years. We'll have. We'll have some games this weekend. Or whatever play is well handicap come off. That's come up with some picks. This week is so far as you know what's going on with the badger. Indiana game is an on. Yeah yup yup as of now. It's going up. Wisconsin is a pretty big favorite in that game. Indiana has been the. I'd say probably the surprise team with the big ten this year. I looks like the second best team in the big ten eastern even gave ohio state quite a game but they've lost their quarterback. Michael panics wisconsin. Who's only played. Three games is favored over indiana Even though indiana. I think he's had a better season so far. It has looked better. But they don't have the quarterback. How much is the loss of indiana's quarterback going to affect them and as wisconsin deserve to be a significant favorite of idea. Yeah i think they deserve your favorite. They they initially came out as a ten point. Favorite and i thought that was high With panic in the lineup. Since panic has gone up it's moved up to fourteen. Vegas is basically saying he's worth at least four points I think he's worth more than that Mainly michael that good. Yeah oh yeah he he is. He's laying the big ten passing Yards per game. He scored sixteen of their twenty four touchdowns the problem with indiana's they don't have a good running game. They ran good last week against maryland. Who stinks defensively. But before that they were having seventy three yards per game on the ground so lot was on his shoulders and taking him away. And putting the guy. In there who's inexperienced. I think it's going to be a big difference. Offensively for them. They're good on defense though. They are wisconsin. Didn't get to play last week because of covid problems at minnesota. The badgers two weeks ago. Look very poor. Offensively against north west. And they didn't seem to have any of their receivers. Have you gotten any rumblings as to. Who's going to be able to play for wisconsin. And who isn't for. They have most of their offense back the first two games of the year. They were unstoppable offensively and engaged three with missing a few players. They couldn't move the ball at all any word there. Yeah a couple of things on that They they were without their too. Wide receivers starting lineup. Soon as prior and davis prior will be back in. This game davis. It'll be a game time decision. There are tight end ferguson. Key to their offense obviously got hurt neck and it looks like he'll be back and actually jack cohn is gonna address for this game as well for the first time. Jacqueline the quarterback who a lot of people thought without being too you know derogatory toward coat over at that. It wasn't the worst thing in the world for the badgers prospects to get graham. Mertz out there on the field. His spectacular at the beginning of the year but Struggled with nor receivers in the situation in the game against northwestern any thought that cohen will play i. I don't think this week He's just hasn't had enough time practicing. He's been throwing a little bit but not practicing. I think he's kind of an emergency. Just in case. I think down the line they might work them in and work. Both of them and i don't think they can pull mertz out in this situation and then just go with colin the rest of the way. That's not good. Because was a freshman cones done after this year So i think they can work. But i don't think it'd be this weekend after michigan loses this weekend is harbaugh gonna to be fired. I it's headed. That question is bay has a premise in there. But i mean you see it coming. I think yeah it's You know last week they were set up perfectly to win that game. In penn state was coming as owen. Five coming off a home loss again to michigan beat rutgers they add momentum and they get beat at home by penn state owned five so i i think it's heading that way. I think you know these last few games will tell. There's no way they're going to be ohio state and if they lose this week there he's probably in trouble. You always know when the stars are aligned. When you start hearing beer fans talking sports radio. What hiring higher boys. Their coach harbaugh is one of those guys that he can feel three more times that he's always going to have another job because of past success. Let's hitter attention to the. Nfl is you mentioned college. Football's bedding chaos there. There are some teams that are going to play this weekend. Their third game of the year centimes out of the pack head and there other teams that played nine or ten games. So it's been such a scree season because of covid. The nfl has had remarkable success in dodging the bullet. I think everybody has played all of their games. The worst scenario was they had a shove back the baltimore watch baltimore pittsburgh game a couple of days and they played it on a wednesday but otherwise they've had everything in there have been very few players that have had tested positive for covid. And the league's gotten through this but what with everything going on in society. You wonder if that's gonna last will the covid issues that have just created have college football eventually at the nfl and any thoughts on that. I think they're slowly slowly starting to see that like he just said they've been pretty good at avoiding most of it but then just last week alone. I believe that eighty six cases in the nfl players and personnel which is a lot compared to what they have had. So i think it's slowly trickling in I believe the nfl this week or last week said no practices facilities are shut down on mondays and tuesdays for the rest of the season So they're they're stepping in there We'll see what happens after. I get really any of this. Because then the players are out with families in the community ivey. It's unless unless they're gonna take these players have put him in a refrigerator for forty eight hours the going to be going to be somewhere. Did the league set a precedent by telling denver that they had to play though they had they had no quarterbacks said look if you if you have covert problems and so i gotta play eddie way and you're gonna have to figure out who it is to put out in the field. Yeah i think what happened. There was if i guess Rules correctly everyone was talking about. Why does why is baltimore. Get to move games around one. Well they had an outbreak. What happened with with denver. Is they had one of their quarterbacks. Get it didn't have any more positive with their quarterbacks and the quarterbacks were caught with no mass hanging around each other and so that's why that happened. I don't think they'll do that. Moving ahead here. One thing i have heard is during the playoffs there and it's possible. They might go into a bubble situation during the playoffs. Not for games. They'll still travel for games but during the week practice year at practice you go to the hotel. You're not around your family during the playoffs. That's a possibility clueless game at the weekend. Byu was going to play liberty which would have been just a great game. Byu is unbeaten. the has only one loss which was by one point to north carolina state. They put one another on the schedule. And i think what they did it. They were hoping to make the case that whoever won the game could try to argue their way into the college football playoff while liberty all of a sudden got covert problems and byu finds coastal carolina who is also unbeaten. Two unbeaten teams one is an independent. The others in a small conference and they're gonna play each of this weekend both. Byu kills everybody. They play and coastal carolina has been shockingly. Good they've beaten some decent teams and the teams that are in their own league. They're destroying its played a game giving you thought it well. I don't even know what the point spread is your thought on that game. And can you make the case that either of these teams is actually really truly an elite team. Byu wins. i think they have an argument. They should be included in the playoffs. It was originally liberty supposed to play coastal carolina liberty and cost the cat right. Okay and liberty Had some covid problems that game open. Coastal carolina was a seven point favorite versus liberty and moved all the way up to eleven. At that point. We knew their quarterback wasn't gonna play and then it got cancelled now. Byu favored by ten at coastal carolina. So that's a that's a huge swing from. Just one be boise by thirty points or so earlier on the air. Good i think they beat navey by nearly fifty so for whatever reason be while you got really really good this year. This is actually a task that in coastal carolina's unbeaten. I think they've beaten. I don't think the kansas which isn't saying much. But i think they'd be another halfway decent team somewhere in there as well. So they're not chopped liver and everybody's talking about their coach. He's going to be somewhere big next year based on what they've done but it's a cool game and i think i is. Espn game day. Going to be a coastal carolina. I think they actually are. They were initially going to be for liberty and if anything the byu matchup is even even better gave given that. They're both yeah. No they're they're definitely going to be there and You know the situation for byu as their most recent game was back on november twenty first and they don't have another game till december twelve so they've been looking for games to try and boost their value i believe their thirteenth in the playoff rankings. This is perfect for them. Now they get to play at nine team and see how they do. If they have a big game they might move up in the rankings. they're both these teams played texas state. That's the only thing we can look at here They both want one one fifty two fourteen. The other one forty nine to fourteen the yardage was you know similar So we'll find. I love the situation. I think it'd be awesome. I wish they had more of these type of games Throughout the seats. And what are the things that we've learned from. Because of necessity this year teams are grabbing kimes scheduling and with three days in advance college. Football schools set their schedules up six seven. Eight years in advance. You know constant lines up. Somebody to play in twenty twenty-eight well this is demonstrating. You don't have to do this you could. You could make up a schedule out. I think the byu coastal carolina game was scheduled in the middle of this week. And they're gonna play on saturday. You wonder if in the future teams that have an open. Mike just go and say hey. The two of you ought to play. What another almost like you know. Like buyer league teams do. I think it's kind of cool that you can put these things together in the middle of the year and since they're not conference games anyway who cares. I think it might indicate that you can be a little bit more flexible in the future with regard to how you have some of these games. Yeah i think that was smaller schools like this for sure. I'm not sure the big ten and those conferences would allow that to happen during the season. But i think little smart conferences independence. I think this could be set of prep. Although i think last week didn't san diego state just go and play some team in the pack twelve yacht. Colorado game called up and okay. They called san diego state from another conference and they they They played a game Comment on the packers. I was saying to paul did. I don't think that there's anybody that's likelier to win the super bowl and the packers that the packers of the likeliest theme. That looks to me like there's five to eight teams. That are all kind of even. I don't put pittsburgh any better than any of the others. It seems to me and with no home field advantage mattering even more of a wild card. That you've got a lot of teams might win it but no no team in the nfl that looks at all dominant. this year. I would say on our paul ratings kansas city. The best team still our and pittsburgh is is again. I said this last week. They play at buffalo in a week and a half. They're gonna lose at some point buffalo's better than pittsburgh. I mean buffalo. It's the team that nobody thinks is good that they've win they all. Who's weighed in pittsburgh again. There's more to it than stats but pittsburgh stats that we look at and that's not an eleven team. They've gotten some breaks. They've had a bunch of like six of their games have been one score games. They played four quarterbacks that were backup quarterbacks when they played them they've had some breaks But green bay in the nfc. Anyone new orleans is coming to new orleans. Defense is really good if they get breeze back. I think they'll be right there but green bay's as good as anyone in the nfc. And they i gotta look at the odds. I'll look at the odds for next week They gotta be leading to make the super bowl in the. Nfc them in new orleans. I would say okay and real quickly since we have you here. I don't know how many people are aware. But the wisconsin basketball team was ranked in the top five nationally. And this team is being regarded is is as good or better than the frank kaminsky sam. Dekker team that That made it to the to the championship game. wisconsin. Marquette are playing this weekend. How good is wisconsin and did they deserve this. Lofty ranking They're good wisconsin's really good. I don't know if they're top five team. I think definitely a top ten team. I don't think they're as good as the kamensky teams but they start five seniors been through everything they can shoot threes. They've got two big guys. Six ten to seven feet. That are that can score inside and out the clay good defense they're bringing some freshmen. In off the bench got fresh water and a really good they got. The davis is godly. They all these guys have minnesota carlson's good. They're all there ought and marquette's it'll be interesting. Game are catch shoots a ton of threes. Forty five percent of their shots from three. I think marquette still learning how to run offense without I the players blank shot. Forty percents little guy. Howard howard took forty percent of their shots which is more than any player in the country. And that's hard to transition from for the for the new players to learn how to how to take over off. Marquette also has a superstar freshman dawson's. Yeah yeah so all bad. So if i asked you where. Wisconsin fits national. You said they're probably not a top five team or they one of the ten best teams of the country. Yeah yeah. I think they're top ten right now after me watching games. I think gonzaga's the best team that i've seen Baylor's really good but then the big ten's got four teams in the top ten right now in the top. Twenty five yeah. They're they're loaded. But wisconsin is good as any of those big ten teams. So i guess technically they could be considered a top five team right there. This program was going nowhere under guard. I guess i was wrong. Headed right trial. This'll this'll this'll be there. They've got a great recruiting class coming in. They have great freshman this year and they have a team this year. So they're setup to excel and we'll find out anyway We'll talk to mike again next week and i believe we've got a little bit of scheduling changes going out. I think we're gonna be on wednesday of next week. Okay thanks mike that's mike. Asa wins dot com one eight eight eight seven two hundred eight like to find out what the going on this weekend. Mark belling weekend. Football preview is presented by holiday automotive and the lack. It's worth the trip. The next segment. That i'm going to share with. You is worth listening to. It deals with mayfair and its response to the mass shooting. That occurred a couple of weeks ago. There was also a court hearing today dealing with the attempts to get the fifteen year old shooter waived into adult court. Newstalk eleven thirty w i s mark belling late afternoon show while says that might relate. Just check the super bowl odds and the chiefs the favourite to win which you know why they're not gonna win. Nobody repeats. I mean he just so rare that anyone in the nfl repeats my big goal every year as you'd ever want the team that won last year to what it again because it's not him has ever want to three years in a row other than the green bay packers. Who did that twice the first time they did. It was twenty nine thirty thirty one and the second time the year before the first super bowl they won the nfl championship that year and then won the super bowl the following two years so the packers have won the championship three years in a row twice and nobody else done it ever so you can't win at three zero. If you don't get to twitter row. So i always root against the team that won at the year before that usually met your rooting against the wing. The during that time that they were winning it So often the fifteen year old. Who took a gun. Fortunately it was a puny little nine millimeter into mayfair mall and decided to start settling a score over a dispute that still hasn't been fully explained. Shot a bunch of people and then shot. A bunch of people didn't have anything to do with wounded. Eight was in court today. The milwaukee county district attorney's offices waived into adult court that somebody who tries to commit mass murder should be tried as an adult. His attorney wants him to remain at juvenile. If you are a juvenile you cannot be incarcerated beyond the age of twenty one in addition to that if you are a juvenile your name remains anonymous and we don't get an opportunity to learn anything about your background what we do know though is this. The juvenile had already been adjudged as delinquent that means he has a juvenile court record and it was serious so by keeping him in the juvenile court system. We kept a dangerous person out there and on the street. The people who keep arguing the coddling juvenile criminals does them a favor. They not only make us more dangerous. They helped set him on a path in which he tried to kill eight people at a shopping mall because nobody died in the mayfair shootings. This story is almost being dismissed. It also doesn't fit any of the narratives that liberals like to give us given the doesn't appear to be a racial motivation here for the case or anything of that nature. What it has installed one damper on mayfair given the fact that there was a mass shooting. Their mayfair's response to this. The mall is now announcing that they're going to have specially trained canines patrolling with security officers to detect firearms. These canine dogs are phenomenal. They literally can smell a god. I don't know how you can create a dog to smell the gun but the dogs are able to. I mean i put my nose up to my gun. I can't smell anything. It'd mean if i shot it i'd smell something but you should have a guy's body odor and they find the guy in a field of mile and a half away anyway. This is the type though of security blankets for trying to give one another the shooting. We just had it mayfair. The dogs would have been. The guy ran into the ball. Beg by begging started shooting us. You have ninety five thousand dollars all over the ball. What good is that going to do. I'm not saying we don't do it. What i am saying is that we keep trying to paper over what the problem which which is a. We have a society filled with people that are willing to commit homicide and bay. We keep telling people they can't bring in their own guns to protect them. Given the fact that the people who want to commit murder at the ball will carry their guns in. It is stupid to stop everybody else. Being able to have god and while these canines do not do any harm here. They don't serve as much as a deterrent. Because most people who intend to go into the ball and shoots someone. I'm going to hang around and go to the food cart for an hour and a half two hours when the canine can find them. They're gonna go and do their business and leave two story stories before we close up shop the first you may recall a story. I did a few years ago from the town of port. Washington there's to port washington. Is the town remember. The town clerk was overpaying herself and the town board didn't even know believe it or not. There's a follow up to that story and a separate story. You may be wondering what it will take to get the media upset about election irregularities and fraud what we'll get the media say wait a minute we gotta look into this. But i'll tell you after the break news. Talk eleven thirty w i s mark late afternoon show. You may recall a story that we get on this program a few years ago around twenty sixteen the town clerk. In the town apart washington was caught overpaying herself beyond her assigned to salary was much to the surprise of the talent board. That didn't seem to be paying attention to what was going on. Her name is cheryl carol's despite this after she left her position in port. Washington cheryl ended up working as the deputy clerk in germantown job. She had into the twenty seventeen and after that she went to brookefield where she also worked as a deputy clerk. It's hard to track the moving of cheryl because she's had more than one name and she now goes by shirl vidal. according to her lincoln page. She still works for germantown germantown stated that she resigned from. There any event cheryl despite getting caught overpaying yourself in port washington has managed to get herself hired it other clerks offices here in southeastern wisconsin. Anyway there was an incident that occurred in washington county. A couple of days ago reported on. Cbs fifty eight and a couple of other new services in which two people accused of breaking into the home of eighty five year. Old woman beating her up in an attempt to rob her. They knocked her out of her wheelchair in an attempted robbery. The to charge that twenty-six-year-old demonte williams and fifty one year old cheryl badillo the same clerk. Who was caught. Overpaying yourself in part washington the same clerk that was hired in brookefield excuse in brookefield in germantown is now accused of taking part in a strong arm robbery in which an eighty five year old woman was knocked out of her wheelchair. It's people attempted to rob her. There have been a number of news stories reported on the incident but none of them are mentioning the fact that she's been a prominent local clerk at a number of local communities. And now this story. You've been wondering what it would take to get the media to finally focus on some of the many irregularities that we've had any elections around the united states well in fact to their credit. The new york times is a major story. Today they're investigating united states house of representatives race in which after the counted all of the votes. They're only twelve both separated the two candidates they congressional races in central new york state. 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8-10-20 - NOW Wauwatosa wants to protect Officer Mensha?

The Mark Belling Show

2:23:05 hr | 9 months ago

8-10-20 - NOW Wauwatosa wants to protect Officer Mensha?

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Rather than third eighty where I'm just gonNA give you the first of our four words that we have at the sizzling summer cash contest a member we have one of these each hour of the program three, four, five, and six for a little bit after the word for the three o'clock hour is home h o m e home is in home played home text that into two, hundred, two, hundred anytime between now and four pm you can instantly win a thousand dollars to get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply. In this nationwide contracts. There's the real big picture. There's the big picture and then there's the story. I'm GonNa give you the real big picture that I'm GonNa get to the story and. The actual big picture will probably be the third thing that you're the real big picture is if you take a look around the United States right now and you say things going to hell. You are looking at a community that is being run entirely by. Democrats. Just, true. Find a part of the United States that appears to be going completely to hell. It's entirely by Democrats by the place that might be screwed up, but it salvageable probably split. and find something that seems to be just fired A. You're not going to see Eddie Democratic power in site thereby exceptions out there but I'm telling you this really holds. I counted on the show. A couple of weeks ago. That wa Wa Tosa was headed to being worse than Madison and it was headed toward being Portland. In terms of. The civil insurrection that was going out of the community. At some point the residents and the city leadership woke up and realized that when you turn over your city to insurrectionists, you're GONNA get insurrection. Now. Whenever I say these things despite the fact that they've this is not exactly a tremendous revelation by what I just mentioned holds up almost every single time. Once you came in the caving never stops in once you start caving and you don't appease your critics they see you as soft and they push for more. While Tosa has a despicable member of the common council. She hates cops she's got a bug upper. But for police said authority, her name is heather cool. But. She's one member. Common Council. She's one radical. WHO's on a common council a community that is skewing left. Ended of itself, she can only do so much harm. But once she suggested that Wa Tosa cave-in. To insurrectionist and fire or police officer who has acted heroically and it's done nothing wrong. The rest of the city council immediately jumped on this, and this is what has led us to the point that we are at right now. We're in a Wa Tosa neighborhood last. Saturday. We're in a while we're Tosa neighborhood, Saturday night. Sixty people can show up at a private residence in rather quiet subdivision. With. No evidence of police department in place. Can Scream and taunt the residents. Then, throw rocks through their windows and eventually fire a shotgun at least one shot. Close to a person's head. All the while children inside the house. As I've been telling people at Tosa. It will continue to get worse. Until you start demanding sub leadership from your community in that means telling people that you are going to start enforcing the law. And resume living in a civil society where you don't get to go into people's neighborhoods and scream and rant and rave at the top of the line chant all sorts of unbelievably vile threats say you're going to kill somewhat. I can't just go do that in front of somebody's house in Hartford. Dave michaels. Paul. Today I don't think he can. Falls get three or four of his goofball France had just decide to go outside somebody's house and scream at the top of the legs for an hour and a half. Hey, we're gonNA, kill Ya. But. Why would Tosa has tolerated this tolerated this tolerated tolerated in tolerated this because they've clip the wings of their police department of that wing clipping started. When they fired a police officer for trying to stop a band who had a loaded stolen gun. With, thirty six rounds of ammunition and it extended magazine from heading into Mayfair ball perhaps intent to commit mass murder at only after the individual fired a shot at the officer. For potentially saving all those lives that officer was fired, which is given tremendous. Strength. To the people who are causing insurrection at Tosa. So they figured we're going to keep pushing the envelope pushing the envelope, pushing the envelope, pushing the envelope pushing the envelope. Right up to the point at which they will start killing people if this doesn't stop. They won't go that far OH. You won't go that far and Portland wasn't going to go that far at Seattle. Was it good to go that far in Minneapolis was a good to go that far nothing's ever going to go that far until of course, it did. Now let's move away from the story and get to a little bit of the bigger picture. I don't know what was more Kelly. The Awol Status of the wobble Tosa Police Department during this. Or the fact that the mainstream media did everything in its, it could to avoid reporting this story for hours. Now I don't work on weekends and have halfway out of commission in terms of what's going on. And I didn't I become aware of this until after Joseph men that put it out a social media post early in the morning. On Sunday. And when I got up, Sunday morning. I. Had A number of people notify me that Mensa had posted this, and this is what had happened while Matosas around six thirty or so in the morning on Sunday? was lying after that that. Meant his girlfriend who? I'm struggling with how much to identify her. It's not a secret who she is and everybody who knows the two of them. Knows her job and her role, but there are children involved here and The residents that they share is in her name. Suffice to say she's in the same crosshairs that he is based on ocupation. Put out a social media post describing what had happened. There are parts of this story though that I think and I realized that I'm doing this show after number of other talk show hosts have already commented, and there has now been some degree of news coverage on the story. I offer all the by comments independent of what anyone else has to say unless I'm citing something that was reported elsewhere. I can tell you. That wa Wa Tulsa police and the Mayor were aware of what was going to happen. At men's I don't mean the shooting but that there was going to be a protest at house edit mayfair over the weekend. There were residents who in fact had emailed the mayor because there were ominous indications that these protesters we're going to up the ante. And the mayor said we're aware of it. Will if there are where there was absolutely no precautions in place at all. Always asked what would you have done? I've been clear from the beginning of this. I would have any situations in which individuals have been threatened officer Mensa has been threatened repeatedly. I would have SWAT team officers riot gear in place we thought that there was going to be a disturbance that doesn't mean they do anything I'd have them in place in case there needed. I would not be part of this crap of Oh you're only going to stir up people even more we have seen were that weakness gets The. Only huge size said he. Word the only major said he of size in the upper midwest that has not seen. Real violent protests other than for the one night was Milwaukee because we had a show of force. We had police officers in riot gear ID we had the national guarded riot gear guarding police district stations, and after the first situation on the Friday night follow of the George flight protests there was looting on. mlk there has virtually nothing in terms of mass destruction. It is for that reason that is one of the reasons at least the police chief Afonso Morales was fired. Because, we actually showed enough force. The people who are hell bent on causing destruction realized they wouldn't get away with it. The places where the police have been ordered to stay back Minneapolis certainly Madison at Wolpe Tosa. We have seen things get worse and worse and worse. So. Again, my commentary has not been new in this regard, but I can tell you as I said and I as. This all goes back to leadership within a community. And maybe Dennis McBride's bad luck that he was elected mayor in. April right before all hell broke loose in this country, but he was elected. And he has shown grotesque weakness here. In part because a good segment of the people who live in Wa wa Tosa are themselves week and have behaved themselves shamefully I say all said a good segment of. The People who live while Matosa have lived in a largely safe community. I said Lars lead entirely. Which? Is Such an interesting community in terms of of its diversity in terms of the different neighborhoods, dense downtown main drags. Usual City boundary-line that zigzags between Milwaukee and while we're Tosa, not just east west, but then as jangle span of north south. You could drive around while we're tossing. Go you see them walkie side the what does decide the Milwaukee side all of this creates for an interesting community. Then, major shopping centers and huge commercial strip on the west side, but also quiet subdivisions. Middle Class, the upper middle class community. And changing in nature in part because of the inflexible walkie residents, perhaps because of the dropping of the residency rule that moved into the community. But during all of this, they have lived in a largely safe community. With a largely high quality of life. Almost. Entirely because they have had a police department that is managed to handle. All of this spectacularly well. Yet there are many residents of that community who turned on their police department with a vengeance. Just. So they could pose politically correct holy pictures. With an entirely different situation occurred an entirely different state Minneapolis. And all of this as I say has led to this point who which we shot saw incredible weakness even though I'm telling you. I'm not sitting here to any Monday morning quarterbacking because I have been telling you all along that. This was going to get worse than I said on this show repeatedly that when they made the decision to recommend the firing Mensa, it was going to get worse and that they wouldn't stop with this. They would next go after the police chief and after that, they would try to get the. Police out of mayfair altogether, and after that, they would try to shut down Mayfair. You'll recall I said all of these things would happen and I stand by all of them and to Warwick. Tosa. Determines get some backbone and realizes that this will not stop at its own that it will only stop when they stopped people who continue to break the law and disturb the peace and threaten people. And that includes people are running through the mall screaming and yelling busted windows shove people over instead of running away from that it means patrolling that wall and making arrests when they occur. In the same fashion that you can't let people go into neighborhoods. And make these kinds of threats that people will where are they? Would you have them printed out? Yeah. Well Hey We have weather advisories that I need to interrupt myself. To pass along to you here. We have a severe thunderstorm warning in effect for portions of Kenosha Racine and Walworth counties. Until four PM, again, we've had a severe thunderstorm watch for much of the listening area in effect throughout the afternoon we now have a warning that's in place for. And I'm looking at our radar here yet and as you probably know been storms moving through the entire region, there's a really strong line I would say if you kind of look toward. City of Waukesha and Brookefield on south toward the state line, and that's where the strongest sellers is that it's a big long cat of north South Pencil like line that's moving. Toward. The East right now through Walworth then of. Proceeding Kosheh counties, we used to call that thing tornado alley because of the number of tornadoes that were kind of come to should even so odd this was kind of shuping across the state. It's sort of moved the beloit area now through Lake Geneva and he's headed to these. That's the line that we're. Concerned right now. So that's the only warning in place. We have watches out there as well severe thunderstorm warning for Kenosha and Walworth counties until four PM. And there may be additional warnings that come up and we'll keep you on top of that. Getting back to the point that I was making. Lost the train of thought a little bit. But I think what I was saying was that I have been. Consistently predicting that things while we're toasted, we're going to get worse. So long as the community was going to continue to show weakness. It isn't just liberals who think this way often conservatives had the same stupid response. When people agitated agitated agitated agitate there's this tendency will just give them what they want and they'll go away. I'm going to tell the story of. Albert. I'm not talking about the what was was the cat that That w the word Allen had to in the weather with him was that Alpert also. Is. Different Albert Sameera. Was it. Albert. Albert. I tell this story even though it's stupid story because. If you reading in the Bible Jesus always talked in parables and the reason he talked in parables is the same reason. I use analogies. It's a way makes the story more memorable if I just tell you the story, you will remember your remember the story about the stupid cat named Albert. And this story? This is not about that. Albert. This is about by Albert. When I went to school a Lacrosse I lived in a dorm for one year. Got The hell out of the dorm as soon as I could. I. Didn't like limited a door. That was when dorms read actually dorms where did you go to college? You go to college anywhere G. BYWATER water couldn't get into a good school I say that about every school there is I told the same stupid joke. It always works for whatever. If if you're in radio, it's never harvard. It's never even Marquette it's we're John. Wyatt is the logger course with us. He's not dead. He just quit. You know he was Platfo Paul was Oshkosh across where Donald go he might have gone to someplace like he went to see Right right. I. He went to Marquette. But I'm guessing graduated like. best-case middle of the class, right? Yeah. I mean we ever went to. Madison. I mean that's generally you're to get radio. I thought Vicky. went to. I she might have gone to a both I don't know. I tell the story about Albert because it's my way. Of making an important political point that I'm going to use to get into a more serious discussion about what happened in the toes said, what needs to happen at Walmart Tosa and the fact that the media has chosen not to cover to essentially play and I think initially attempt to cover this story up. I got of the door miss. Students. I possibly quoted as I was say because back in the urine which I lived in a dorm dorms were actually dorms. Two guys living on top I can't even imagine what the square few. I bet it was less than a hundred square feet. That's probably low had be a little bigger than that. Not much to beds right next to one another you could barely walk between the two of them and two little desk behind them and then tiny little closet. That's it. Every floor had a big bathroom and it was whether shared showers or there's like twelve standard x the twelve other guys there's not stalls or anything. The bathrooms were just filthy as is loud. This is this is the seventies. Everybody's planned rocket roll into four o'clock in the board brooks are being done like crazy everybody's drinking I made was a little overwhelming for me. So I decided to move into a private residence role of these things that happen to you just would not have as many people at one place or another sell it at a different place every year. Okay. I have lived uncast read across it was a sophomore. Enforced Street when I was a junior. I was in no rush to get out of here. There were two places in my senior year and one of them was on. Badger Story. And the House that me and? Three other guys live did. Weirdly, it was like two and sort of a third other guy. I didn't really know Eddie of them. I knew what are the guys that I didn't know the other two and that's just how he always do it back in that day it had we found this house that was not right in the college neighborhood meaning. It was less of a dump than students would normally say it was near downtown, but it was in an actual neighborhood, but it wasn't to route a student area that was mostly a rental house. A guy had rented out but was around US still lot of owner occupied it's occupied single family homes. And moved in. And one day this cat. Scratch it. And you can just see from this cat, this cat. This cat literally had lived nine lives. This was a street cat. In fact, he came from around the alley. He was literally at Alley cat that's it was. K.. And I'm looking at him and pick it. Should I open the door open the door he didn't come in. Okay I'm not that stupid he wants the Melker water so I put some milk owed. then. The next day I put out a little bit of food. As, it turns out what I learned from all the neighbors within three or four days that cat's name was Albert and that cat came with whoever lived in the house. So even though people would move in and out every year, it was generally used for student Housing Albert? Just knew this who would feed him but he never wanted to come inside I mean, once in a blue moon, we get inside the house said he'd walk around but he wanted to stay outside of the St Albert was like this people who live in San Francisco. He was essentially homeless, but he knew where to go in order to get fat. If I had not fed or my roommates not fat Albert. That first couple of days he would have gone elsewhere and look for something else that feed he kept coming back to our because he kept knowing knowing that we were going to feed him. This is true from alley cats too liberal agitators. Once they realize you're stupid enough in our case it wasn't stupid. I like Albert actually he's the perfect cat he didn't come in. Come over and like demand a little bit of this and then you know you'd see him stand at around nine. You don't have to do anything I. Pat Him already you didn't want any of that. This is what? Liberals understand if someone gives them something that they want. especially if it's somebody, they don't much like. They're gonNA come back again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again, and again, this is what drives them crazy about trump. He never gives them what they want and he goes and takes shots right back at them. They are not used to this. With totally different style. The same was true of Scott Walker the other Republican in recent times that they just reviled and despised. Walker never backed out. Can he was GonNa do you know right to war whatever the thanks for if Scott Walker decided he was going to do something he decided he wasn't GonNa Cave in just because the media and the left Eastwood widing complain about it. What Walker. Understood. What I think Sheriff Clarke understands what trump understands is something that hardly anybody else understood ads It's not just that liberals aren't reasonable. They're not reasonable, but that's not the motivation here. It's simple. Common Sense. To move away from the alley, cat. If you're a beggar WHO's working on the corner and there's a corner, make a lot of money that's going to be the corner you keep going to. So, once while Tosa started a cave after the protesters acted obnoxiously to them, they realize this is how we give away. Want we act obnoxiously. They wedded wobble toes say even though most not even live in the city they went started going into city council meetings, government meetings, and screaming and yelling they've got you know there's a normal process for in this virtual meetings through to make it even weirder. But. They're showing up in person. There's normally a time for citizen comment and they would just scream during the meetings and scream and scream and scream and scream and screaming screaming and instead of doing what ought to have been done what would have been done to me or you or any other person who's disrupting a meeting instead of calling the police and hauling them out for at arresting them for being disorderly in a public dating, and Outta love for character buzzes Ho. Now they're responding canoeing this that and the other thing. Then, they said ghetto the fire of the city council has no authority over the police department is the fire and police commission. But to get the author back, the City Council takes this symbolic vote to fire officer. MENSA. The fire and police commission does the same thing the next night. No I. Get I always. Put myself at the other guy shoes you all should. I have never been married, but maybe I if I was married this would be however to figure out mayor of the bliss. Put myself at the other person's shoes rather than always thinking about your own shoes. I know the people who are really good at. Strategic Sporting events that you know that's what they do. Got A billy crafty basketball player vehicle. Jordan. Talk about this all the time how he tried to get into the head of the other guy figure out what he was thinking. In terms of his moods, moves and so on. Put yourself at the other guy's shoes. If. You're an agitator who wants to stir up crap in a suburb. And you stir up crap by screaming and yelling and you get exactly what you want. Are you going to run away go to another suburb really like they tell you to go screw yourself or you're gonNA stay in that same one up the ante with more crap mark rapid more crap and more crap. Evidently Wa Tosa could not figure this out. They sacrifice offer officer. MENSA bay literally sacrifice them. They sacrificed him at the altar altar of political correctness. It started with other cool and then it got to the mayor. It's just not head of for him to continue as employment as a police officer here. It was just not tenable for Joan of arc to continue her life as a young woman we have to burn her at the stake because there are people who didn't like her. Just not tenable. Everything that America is premise the pod. We have all sorts of rights in order to stop mob rule. For thrown by the wayside. This decision while Tosa was made by an entirely white common council and that the victim of this attack was a young african-american. Makes this all the more profound. Clarence Thomas made reference to what they attempted to do for him due to him when he was nominated by the first President George Bush to the United. States Supreme Court what she called it a high tech. Lynching. In they use TV to bring up an amplified, the bogus Anita Hill allegations against him. Well there was a high tech about what happened in while the Tosa with regard to officer. MENSA. And the term lynching can be used rather casually. But. Wa Tosa felt that the criticism that they were getting over officer Mensa was too much trouble for them. So they decided to ruin his life these white liberals who couldn't handle a little bit of criticism decided to. So the black guy into the fire and dispose of him. Not Understanding. That once you threw him into the fire, they realize we could get a real bonfire going. Why quit now? So. There he is recommended for firing suspended, etc.. And the protesters up the ending other start showing up at the guy's house. This was not the first time they showed up at his house. This has happened before. Say the Police Department in the city officials knew it. Now. I know it's always easy after something happens to say, well, why did you think what's going to happen? Which is why I'm glad. That, what I do this program, we have podcast recordings, and so on. Because I told you, it's just going to keep getting worse while Tosa. Again, put yourself in the other guy's shoes. Imagine. Your kids you know neighborhood kids Easter up trouble. Much lower level than this. Remember when I was a kid like I lived in a subdivision where they're always building houses. You're the always a new house go up. And you weren't supposed to go onto that construction site and climb into the basement of the House and so loud that is going up but you know kids would do that sort of harmless other than I suppose we could break our next but this is in the era in which parents didn't seem to care of kids broke. Their next is literally wasn't. I remember that the like three or four days that have rolled his you know usually like some neighbor chase you off and then we'd be mortified right away there is and we kept going in there and we kept going to add noble we're doing this look at it the plywood or something and other or maybe somebody tried to shoot down into the basement it was etc.. And nobody was telling us to go away. I don't know who did what but somebody then decided to break something. I am real vague who I know it was at bay. At then that of course, scared us because. We might actually get in trouble. The reason that we broke something was we had to keep upping the ante that we're we're getting any kind of a reaction here. So when they keep showing up, they're not going to stop showing up at all, they're going to up the ante. And what happened Saturday night when they were screaming and yelling at the top of their lugs at officer Mensa lives with his. Girlfriend story has been described as his residents, girlfriends, residents I believe she owns the house. But. If resides there means. Often. Is there overnight he? He lives there. And It's a neighborhood of. small-sized houses that are close together. I'm not GonNa, give you the address it's been reported in the media, but I'm not going to give you the address. You can find it easy. Lay Off. I'll just say that it's Around two, hundred, th street in that general area. Anyway With. Them screaming at the top of their lungs right in his front yard. Opposite Mensa wet out to like a man talk to them. Hitting power away. He walked out unarmed. Remember even though he's a suspended police officer still in American citizen, he has a right to carry a weapon. And I know why did because I know exactly what I? What? I, know exactly what's happening here? Even though nobody else wants to tell you what's happening here I know what's happening I'm not stupid I know what's happening here he went out to talk to him like a man. who was very reasonable Well like that. Think about this, a mixed race group of agitators confronting a young. African, American. Who's got people in the houses coming out here, wondering why they keep yelling and screaming outside his house. It was at this point according to various witnesses that the object started getting hurled. There was at least one window that was busted out. This. is as Mensa was going back into the house in which he realized he was getting nowhere. According to officer Mensa. Shotgun. Either Shell or pellet. Move very close to his ear. His girl had reported that there were multiple gunshots while would host the police said, there was one shot. As Best I can tell a number of firecrackers were shot off and then shot went off lake, which might be the confusion as to how many shots are being fired. But if somebody who lives in Milwaukee and his heard these protests, all the time, the shooting off fireworks constantly, and one of the reasons protesters shoot off fireworks is because it sounds like gunshots, freaks people off. I know exactly what was happening here? They were hoping that meant would pull out a gun and shoot himself not not shoot himself shoot shoot someone himself. They WANNA get men said it kills somebody else or shoot at somebody else and there are people there that were armed ready to shoot back. They were trying to provoke him. That's what this was. Why also they shooting off all all the firecrackers all at once tried to get him. On my God, they're shooting at me Pelotas Gut. But. He didn't have a gun with him. He was smart enough to know that he's not right now being denied the rights rights if an American. Citizen and being able to defend himself because for defending himself earlier situations professionally, they're trying to destroy his life. And it was after this that there was a police response and the crowd dispersed. There was essentially no police presence so far as I can tell. During the time that any of this was going on because if there was. The police would have separated officer Mensa from these individuals that were agitating. One has a right to protest on sidewalks but one does not have a right to disturb the peace furthermore in almost every community in the United States. If you're going to have it organized protests, you're supposed to get a permit in advance. They didn't have any of these things. There was dead the grass everything under the sun and the next thing you know objects are being hurled and as I say a gun was fired. I don't know if they were trying to hit him or not. As I, say it sounds to me like they were trying to do some provoking. But maybe they worked tried to hit him. Don't know. Things can happen. I don't think I'll name the guy but there's a guy who's had various issues. I got a name why not? Yet. Over the years I've been a lot of problems with frank. Jewett and frank has had some issues I think. Coping with life. And aside long after the incident in which he was beaten up at the police party in Milwaukee and so on and lying after he blew through the money from settlement and so on. There were a couple of weird disturbances that would occur at the House that frank live with with his girlfriend. There was an odd thing at Selfridge Ridgewood franken making allegations there but odd standoffs at the police et Cetera et Cetera et Cetera I mean some people just The not wired right and there could be issues. There was a standoff recently in the area where the person was domestic situation and for hours the police waited him outside. That can happen anywhere where an isolated case somebody's having a bad day. They get on hinged they make threats this can happen in any neighborhood anywhere. This was not that this is the building and building and building and building, and building and building and building. You have people that are out there. Who Don't much like America don't much like police adjust love be able to act up and behave and carry odd knowing they could get away with it who have used this officer at wildwood. Tosa. As their own personal whipping post just so that they can take shots and carry on and they have been doing it because Wa Tosa has been too wimpy to do anything about it. Could have been menominee falls. Had there not at least been some response after they went out to the gas station and took whistles on the side of the building and so what the police did show up they make clear that they weren't going to tolerate that any longer but wallet Tosa has been rolling over to this from the beginning just as they have rolled over all along efforts since the Mayfair protest started. Back years. If you people at Walmart Tosa WanNa have peace you've got to be willing to have confrontation I. This is true of anything in life. The person whose behavior has impressed me boast action there's two people. Officer men's a young officer men say and his girlfriend have been so professional. And so wonderful through all of this. I am hopeful that officer men Sisu, was the can off the people of Wall Tosa, and you people that while the Tosa overtax yourself like crazy to build all these schools that you're putting up that you're not even going to use because you've decided that. Not Safe to let your kids go to school, but it is safe to allow a bunch of people who are threatening to kill police officers show up at his house and shoot at him. Could pay settlement here for. The wrongful termination of the career of a police and trashing of police officers reputation who has nothing wrong other than to try to stop mass murder from going out at the mall. To be committed by a seventeen year old who had a lengthy juvenile record was running around with a stolen gut? And posed on social media. Pictures of himself with his God's. Yet through all of this officer men say has responded has behaved respect. He has not shot off his mouth angrily. He's not condemned the community of Walmart. Oh. So he's not condemned the mayor. He has barely spoke in Kabwe about himself and his family members have done the same. He has roots in the community has gone to church in the community grew up in the community, and as I say, his girlfriend is a servant in that community as well. We have a tornado warning right now until four fifteen for Kenosha county. Again, if you're just tuning in, this is the same line of storms that we've been talking about since the beginning of the program that has been moving the get a quick look at my rate right now. There's a big area of rain really on the southern half of the state of Wisconsin but the strongest lines of actual thunderstorm for those of you see the radar, the red part. This is now a kind of the eastern portion of Walworth county moving into racine and Kenosha County, and one of them is strong enough that there's either better tornado citing or conditions exist that lead them to think that there might be a tornado. This is in Kenosha County, and as I say, the front end of the storm is right now just pushing toward the lake and the guts. Is over central Canola County is this thing moves through so tornado warning until four fifteen in Kenosha county and I can't do any narrative because apparently. The actual there's been a sighting just over the state what? I'd location in the sky with two old Tornado has been spotted in the Sky I, guess, it's still the funnel clouds spotted in the sky near Antiach a little I, which is just over the lied in other words if you at North Mannequin be in West Central Kenosha, county I and so on his so I'm a swimming there's weather. Advisories south of the border as well but are reporting your courses only offer the state of Wisconsin. So again, the very very strong thunderstorms now moving through racine and Kenosha county kind of exiting Walworth, and so on. 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It's never been easier to ride the summer wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out curbside pickup or delivery at participating locations Tropical smoothie cafe you're on tropic time now. Eleven thirty Wsmr grabbing late afternoon showy horse required to bring your tornado warnings that and that's why you heard that emergency advisory US. So four fifteen. Four Kenosha with that storm that's moving through the east right. Now, a severe thunderstorm moving through that could produce a tornado. We have been discussing the situation in Tulsa which is escalating and. I would say right now is out of control when you have a shotgun being fired. Either at or near someone. After. Windows were smashed out of their house and a protest that has been occurring. More than once. And the leadership of the community apparently deciding to do nothing about it. Until now they've got a meeting today there's a meeting today mayor, but decided I'm mayor after all called together police chief, wherever, well, what are we going to do to protect? This police officer notice he didn't say what are we going to do to stop the criminal behavior that is going on in our community? He has not said that. And that's not going to occur until they are willing to take back control the Mayfair Mall, they're willing to take back control of North Avenue in the streets that are constantly obstructed and they're willing to take back the neighborhoods in which out of control loud. Raucous UNCIVIL and upon occasion, illegal behavior occurs in individual neighborhoods of people that are trying to threaten family members. As I mentioned. The two people who through this and it's hard to single out a lot of heroes and Jose because they're Ben. They certainly none in city government there are. Members of the only one member of the city council voted not to get rid of officer. MENSA quite a few phonies on there including a handful of Dink's from the west side who've passed themselves off in the past as conservative and shown their true colors here by the way they turned on their community and turned on. This young man I'm going to read. Officer Meneses Original Social Media Post. Interestingly, his girlfriend's post has not been reported to my knowledge in the media other may be on some talk shows. This was their first hand discuss description this with an hours of the incident occurred in which they described. What happened and there is say some conflicts here and my explanation is believed that some of the firecrackers were. Misconstrued has gunshots shots, but I. This is what officer so posted. Any posted this in the middle of the night Sunday morning the incentive occurred. Late Saturday night last night protesters came to my girlfriend's house while I was there and tried to kill Kilby. I was unarmed and tried to defend my property and the property of girlfriend. We were both assaulted punched and ultimately shot at several times a shotgun round missed me by inches not once that I ever swing back or reciprocate any of the hate that was being directed at me. I am all for peaceful protests even against me, but this was anything but peaceful faith through toilet paper, inner trees, broker windows, and again shot at both of us as they were trying to kill me. There are children that live there and they knew that. The irony in all of this is that they chanted black lives matter the entire time but had zero respect for any of the black children that live there or me. A black bed. Also posted on social media. Joseph and I were shot at today. Shot by cowards who were inches away from us but missed they shot into my home. One gun was a shotgun. They physically attacked Joseph and I. They broke the windows to my house. They shot into my house causing damage to the brick. You prove nothing today. Now I have to come up with the funds to repair your damages that prove nothing. You completely forgot with this movement is about. There is a high volume of children on that block that you could have harmed. I will still be returning to work to protect the community that I love. And she posts photos. Of some of the bruises and scrapes and scratches. That she sustained and. Side of her neck, her arms leg, and so on. She scratched and kind of gouged up it. Looked like there was a little bit of bruising. That was developing. That response was very restraint. Imagine your being on the receiving end of something like this. Imagine if. Bunch of white thugs from Milwaukee or west Alice or anywhere. Franklin. decided to show up at the home of an African American protesters house and do this, and then rough up the people there and fire a gunshot. Can you imagine? Jackson and Sharpton and the whole bunch they'd be here everybody's screaming and yelling Oh my goodness. Gracious. Officer men say and his girlfriend are being discriminated against because of their profession that they chose. Almost undeniable. They aren't George. Floyd. Excuse me. They aren't officer shod. And none of the victims of officer. MENSA are George. Floyd. And everyone ought to know that. What they were looking for in Wisconsin was somebody to make a symbol of and they decided to settle on this young officer from wobble Tosa because they don't have any George Floyd type shootings here. And while would Tosa decided to respond to this? By turning their backs on this officer, turning their backs on their police department, selling out their local police chief and instead appeasing a mayor who still trying to sell sell copies of his thirty year old book on racism in Wa. Tosa I'm sorry for having to make it personal but that's clearly what's going on here. Now would Tosa cad? Justice Madison, eventually, sort of woke up and realized my goodness. Gracious. They're trying to firebomb the jail. The city county building has dozens, maybe hundreds of inmates that are in it. They're all sorts of other people that are working there plus it's the second biggest government building that we have here not counting the university. We can't just let him firebomb it. They tried to beat up and maybe kill a democratic member of the. State. Senate state Senate and they tore down to statues that I liberal icons of the state that finally was enough for Madison. May. Maybe this is finally enough for while we're Tosa, that they're going to decide to retake control of their city but that means you've got to start enforcing the law again even against protestors even if some of those protesters are African American and you need to make clear that people do not get to be threatened while Tosa law abiding citizens of the community do not get to be threatened and have this kind of thing occur to them, and when people show up at a disturbing the peace you respond by having police presence and you have those. Sufficiently armed and protected to be able to be ready for anything. This is what would be done almost Eddie normal community. It, in fact, was what was not in Milwaukee When we had the confrontation on McKinley Avenue where police used tear gas now I grant you. Police Chief Morales that's one of the reasons they fired him because he kept the peace in the city by showing moderate nonlethal force. There've been a number of reactions from public officials that the thing that occurred Waubosa over the weekend and this mistreatment issued by the mayor. There has been to my knowledge. No statement issued an apology at all by other cool who started this no statement from Jason Cofer already of the other Alderman who decided to assassinate this young man's career and ruin his family's life. They've been some statements from individuals who are running for public office others conspicuous by their silence. Thunderstorms it'll be third. Line say. Mkhwanazi go to Chicago I. That's where the line is in it sort of pushing to the north and the East angling up But. At the southeastern corner of the state here again, we have a tornado warning for a few more minutes and Kenosha County. We might get an update more advisers don't know right. I'm GonNa give you the sizzling summer cash context word for the four o'clock hour. Again, you'll have until five pm text in the following word to two, hundred, two, hundred maybe you can win a thousand dollars. The word is family F. A.. M.. I. L. Y. Family you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info. Standard Data and message rates apply in this. They should wide contest to my knowledge Tony vs had nothing to say. About the disgraceful incident that occurred Matosa over the weekend in which. A. Police officer and Girlfriend and children had their home shot at after the house was attacked. In the latest round of protests that have been occurring outside. Of the home owned by the girlfriend in Walmart Tosa It doesn't surprise me the twenty percents go to say anything because Tony You Persson the Democrats had made very clear. That they're on the side of the protesters and out of the side of the police. That may sound harsh but I don't know any other way. You can take this. If we are dividing this into a police or anti police argument in the United States police are getting no support in many communities. In some communities they're being attacked their budgets are being funded in Milwaukee. The police chief was fired in Warwick hosts other trying to fire a police officer for doing his job. And there are even the tacit comments of support. Well, we support our first responders. You can't even get that out of some liberal mouth in the meantime former governor Scott Walker over the weekend labeled the incident in Wa Tosa as domestic terrorism I applaud Governor Walker, for not mincing words. They are tempting to terrify a family because. Of the career choice of an individual and they have been in bold and by the fact that that individual was sold out by Mayor McBride and the Waubosa Counsil when they decided in an attempt to stop the protestors from bugging us. We're going to target this officer and Put. This slurring his name bad cop for the remainder of his life. This has emboldened the protesters to go after him even farther. Update you right now we have a tornado warning in effect for Racine County until four, forty, five, I mentioned the storm is moving to the kind of in the northeast and it was logical as I said that we'd have an update this. As, are warning in Kenosha County is expiring in a couple of moments tornado warning receive county till four, forty five, and right now, the crosshairs of the storm would be the union girl of York Phil Redmond area, which is in West Central. Versi County So again, I applaud Governor Walker for using that language at domestic terrorism. This is terrorizing activity. And it is being done for a political purpose. Other statements some less laudatory, some decent enough put out. Some had nothing to say now I'm not sure if this particular residents is actually in the fifth congressional district, I know a good chunk. Kubotausa is in Congressman Sensenbrenner district. That's the one. That's the subject of the election tomorrow WHO's a Democrat running on the ballot pulsa wits in two Republicans Cliff Temple and Scott Fitzgerald. At least to me not one of them is bothered even put out. A word on this. Maybe they none of the three of them. They're too busy banging on doors. They couldn't be bothered by the fact that terrorism is occurring in their district. Jillian. Bradley who has a state Senate candidate running in Jason District back it's just the right. Now that has a lot of the storm activity going through it in southeastern Wisconsin put out a strong statement condemning the actions that have been going on in the community Jason Jillian Bradley Statement. Radical. Behavior destroying our communities must ed. I won't read the entire thing body and lea running for the state assembly in the very area where the attack occurred. She's in a three way. Republican. Primary running against the Rhino at a nobody. But Ryan was Linda Boucher Bonny Lee State Assembly candidate and conservative put on a strong statement statement of attack on attack of officer mentioned Saturday officer mench Saturday evening a large group Kerry carried out a truly heinous act in our community violent protesters broke in. And attacked officer Joseph Mensah and threatened not only his own, not only his own life. But that his girlfriend and the children in their home officer Mensa attempted to talk to the angry protests outside the residence but was met with physical violence as he retreated armed protesters fired to the back door attempting to shoot officer Mensa and others inside the home. That's the statement from Bonnie Lee candidate for the state assembly as I say, we haven't gotten anything into. State Senator Dale Koya egg represents that district the mob attack. In fact, an assassination attempt an officer is a Paula. newstalk eleven said Mark belling late afternoon show. Again, we get these alerts him the emergency notification system that we have to air these only when there were tornado warnings and they come up automated like that and without any warning to me, and that's why I was interrupted in mid sentence. So again, that Tornado warnings for Central, Racine County, until four forty five, it is the only weather warning that is currently in effect at this moment. Again, this very strong line of storms moving through a kind of heading from the southwest toward the northeast, the southeastern quarter of the W I S. Mentioned the statement state Senator Dale Conga who commented on the terrible incident that occurred while but Tosa Saturday night a story that. Really was blacked out by the media wasn't any of the local TV stations Sunday morning barely showed up on their websites despite the fact that. Horrifying and frightening event. Sugar coated in today's newspaper. They don't even mention on page one, the gun shot that was fired any way senator claiming ironically the original and warranted peaceful protests began in response to the equally appalling injustice administered in the George Floyd incident, which I am also nauseated by in both cases whether it's a mob or. In individual recognize that Americans are innocent until proven guilty and there is no such thing is three justice. We cannot have people taking justice into their own hands. However, this is what appears to be happening in Wildwood toss with the harassment of officer Mensa we've also since we're we're also seeing closed door secret meetings in Milwaukee an attempt to discredit and marginalized chief Morales who has done a masterful job of respecting the. Right to protest while also protecting private citizens and private property officer Mensa, Chief Morales, and the police departments in the fifth Senate district, which is why would hosted Milwaukee Must Alice. Brookefield growled have my full support is they fight as they fight for law and order in our communities? Again, those are fairly strong statements and a credit to those who at least put them out. Now, what does the Mayor Rob Hutton who represents? A portion of Senator Kwang district I believe he's a little bit to the west of a wobbly Tosa mostly in Brookvale Rob Hutton statement Saturday night group of rioters followed through weeks, threats and attacked a wobble Tosa police officer at his home though the protests of the last few weeks have been largely described as fees peaceful. A brief lots social media reveals multiple threats to find to find officers and their families and their homes. Now, the that Rob Hutton mix is very good. Many people have had their addresses plastic out there on social media and there've been calls to go after these police officers at their homes. Interestingly, the media's choosing not to report this just as much of the coverage deletes some of the vulgar vile statements that are being hurled as reporters who have an agenda try to sanitize their coverage. As I said, the Mayor of Alba Tosa Denis McBride put out a statement as well McBride Waking. Up Now to the fact that he's presiding over a city that is falling apart and going to hell as he sits back and fiddles Allah Niro. You do at least hope. That perhaps. This is an indication Tim McBride in some of the others at the mollycoddling that they have done. Is simply fueling these people who want to burn while we're Tosa doubt. And until. This horrible behavior which has not been peaceful for weeks is stopped when the law is being violated, and until there, it's a commitment to protect all people in the Tosa including protesters. This will get worse anyway here's the statement that was issued by McBride who met later earlier today with the police chief last night approximately fifth, this is issued yesterday last night approximately fifty people assembled at the private residence of although police officer Joseph, and again for those of you again, there's a little bit of lack of clarity here the home zone by his girlfriend. There couple he's there a lot. I. Don't know if he's there full time. been described it as his residence if he's residing there a good chunk of the time but. You know there are a couple that not yet married but. But. Home is actually owned. By the girlfriend, but there are a couple together and that's Whether, it's been this back and forth as to WHO's house. It is anyway engaged in a protest began to vandalize his home officer Mensa tried to engage in a dialogue with them, but was physically assaulted as he retreated into his home. Armed protesters approached the rear door and one fired a shotgun round into his back door. The WATTO's police department received assistance in dispersing the crowd from numerous neighboring agencies. The WP's investigation into this incident is ongoing in recent with us. Again, the mayor in recent weeks, various groups have protested in Wildwood Tosa. Demanding that officer met Mensa he fired the city of Tosa has always supported and protected the right to peaceful protests. Last night's event was not a peaceful protest. It was criminal behavior. If the perpetrators of this crime criminal behavior are identified, they will be prosecuted to the fullest extent allowed by law no one including me believes that while what does not have a history of following through and prosecuting people who engage in this kind of behavior like the numerous slaps on the wrist that have occurred after behavior at Mayfair back to McBride stated. Tomorrow morning that turned out to be this morning I will be meeting with the police chief, the city administrator, the city attorney, and other city officials to determine which steps could be taken to ensure that officer men say is fully protected and the criminal behavior of this kind will not happen. Again, I would interject and ask why we had to have gunshots in order for that to occur back to the statement on July fourteenth the Common Council and I issued a statement asking the police chief and city administrator to facilitate the transition of officer Mensa from WPRO. That's interesting. Rated his skype firing nevertheless, every common council member and I support our police department. That's a non sequitur. You don't fire innocent people when if you support them every common council member and I support officer men's right to due process under the US Wisconsin Constitution and is a police officer to the additional due process protections found in the Wisconsin statutes under Wisconsin Law, the decision as to whether he. will be fired as demanded. A citizen complaint belongs solely to the WTO police and fire commission, and that commission must be given a full opportunity to carry out its deliberations. During this difficult time, I ask all members of the community to reflect on their personal responsibility to engage in responsible and civil behavior. That is an obnoxious statement from that mayor who has been behaving irresponsibly while Tosa other than these protesters. He's calling on the people of Alberto said it grow up? People the Volvo. Tosa. Most of them had behavior this just five. Now, more than ever, it is essential that we all work together to heal a divided community on other words. The other side can yell and scream and curse out and fired gunshots but every else's supposed to keep their lips zipped while you the mayor hide under your desk and refuse to protect your community. This will require patience and understanding that though changes must occur they can only occur during the functioning of a democratic processes processes and not through violence that was the statement issued. By, the mayor of all Tosa Denis McBride so anyway, that's where we stand on all of this. Again, I will update you on our weather situation. We have a tornado warning in effect Racine County until four, forty, five, very strong storm moving through the year. It's part of a larger track of storms that many of your network right now in the southeastern corner of the state. In this thing's been Kenneth shoving up from the southwest toward the northeast and his right now over racine. Plug in that tank, we deliver propane straight to extend your aunties through. That's pro pain taxi paying taxes DOT COM. Let's cook in this weekend. If grilling is your plan, they make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code bbq Ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchange delivered to your door. It's that easy with propane taxation so you can focus on family friends and fun at Tropical smoothie cafe they want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon Mahyco and new Guava Margarita smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork. For A, mini-summit Vaca- this summer tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rocket ingredients with sixty Washington DC area locations. It's never been easier to ride the wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out curbside pickup or delivery at participating locations. Tropical smoothie cafe your entropy time now. Standing up for gay this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty. San. Drove observational skills will notice that much variance pouring rain right down pretty much the farther south you are. The likely are that you're getting storms have a tornado warning in effect for about fourteen more minutes for Racine county a part of this strong line of storms. It's mostly in the southern half of the urea kind of shoving right now over toward Lake Michigan part of a big glop of rain. That's over the entire region. We spent the first portion of today's program discussing. The situation in Waubosa said, which has been. Under siege is community even before the George Floyd situation occurred, there's been trouble at Mayfair off and on forever. The been situations in which the police in Waldo toys have been criticized because they've tried to keep order. Following the George Floyd. Situation. Shooting that occurred at Mayfair months ago that was not thought to be controversial at the time in fact. You Go back to win that initial incident occurred at me in which. A gang. Charged for the mall and was being disruptive police responded somebody fired a shot at a cop and the police officer shot back and killed the suspect. There was no criticism at the time. It was only after the George Floyd situation when some black lives matter protesters were looking for some cops somewhere in the state of Wisconsin to make an issue of. That decided to stumble an officer Mensa. Given the fact that he had to earlier police shootings during his career. And they've been raising a stink in Waubosa ever since and. Walmart Tulsa, is. A diverse community, but predominantly white with a lot of people over there that are liberal very much in some respects like madison liberals who pose for their politically correct holy pictures and they have been bending over backwards to people who don't follow any of the rules that people in Walmart Tulsa. Are compelled follow. While Matosa like most liberal could be entities is very anal with the way they run their public. You've got to citizen comments restricted to a certain period of time, and you can link talk for a couple of minutes and so on. Well, they would never allow a resident of Abu to get away with having twenty five people yelling and screaming right during the middle of the meeting and break it all of the roads, but they allowed these demonstrators to do this. They have taken a hands off approach as demonstrators have black traffic and some of the busiest three to the state of Wisconsin. They have been targeted and demanded that officer Joseph Mensah. For that incident that occurred at Mayfair even though as they say, no authority anywhere has ruled that it was a wrongful shooting. As I explained at the time once they rolled over caved in and did this, they merely guaranteed that the pressure would increase. The next thing that would be demanded would be that officer to be thrown in jail the police chief Gerry Weber who's a very good chief. would be fired. They'd next would demand that police be taken out of mayfair altogether, and after that was done, they would try to shut down the entire mall that was my prediction and so far every one of those dominoes has started to fall. It is hopeful that while Tosa will finally start growing. So backboard and try to restore order and community and understand that these are not peaceful protesters but they're insurrectionist who want to destroy community that many of them do not live it. Will Save. Anyway I mentioned chief Weber. Absent. Here in any kind of commentary over the last several days, it's been any comment from the police chief. Now. I. Know Berry Weber the police chief. He's very outspoken. And he's very responsive. The fact that he has not talking means he has been told by Mayor McBride that he can't talk. I believe they're going to try to get Weber to reside again, they're doing everything in their power to appease these protesters in the same way the black lives matter and other liberals wanted chief Morales fired in Milwaukee and got their way they weber out and wobble Tosa. This message is not being lost on the protesters when they keep getting everything that they want, and after that, there's GonNa be a demand that. While what the police have no presence at Mayfair Mall at all and I suspect that they will cave into that as well until Mayfair realizes excuse me while Tosa realizes that the pressure here is coming for people for whom this will never be enough. They don't like police they don't like authority they don't like law and order. And, that's what they're hanging up. He has and that's what's been driving all of this. The fact that they have infiltrated the common council with some insurrectionist type Alderman like heather. Cool. Makes matters worse but it's not an excuse for the rest of the Common Council or the mayor who ought to know better. So anyway I think it's interesting that we haven't heard from chief Webber and I know that's not by chief Weber's choice. It's got to be because the mayor is told chief Weber that he can't talk. So Mayor McBride wants to take charge of the entire police department. Then this is all on him. There's another part of the story that WanNa comment on before I move forward. I mentioned in my commentary earlier, my criticism of the that while all of this was going on there was no police presence, the only tops at the scene. Of the home of officer Mensa and his girlfriend when they were under siege officer Mensa and his girlfriend. There was no. So Police Department there at all. I would love to ask the chief whether or not. They have been ordered to stand down by the mayor and city administrator I suspect. Yes. But they weren't there. When you have a terrifying situation like this that you don't have to I, think police should have been there in riot gear. Just. As a deterrent in case they saw something like a gunshot being fired, they could be ready to respond. But it said there was no one there which of course emboldened the protesters. People always well, that's just going to inflame them know what inflames them as knowing they can get away with this kind of behavior. which generally stops them is when they think that they might get arrested when they're caught breaking the law. I chose in my discussion earlier. Debacles hero use him as my Guinea pig. Do. You know. Anything about officer Mrs, his girlfriend who is the homeowner here Do you know where Well I am not going to name her even though these names social media and so on. Are All over the place because she doesn't need any more crap herself, but she did sort of identify herself and. I've mentioned a couple of times in the past. What she does for a living she's a police officer in Milwaukee. I am told that it was Milwaukee police that responded to the situation in Wildwood Tosa I. Because of lack of confidence that while the Tosa police we're going to show up at all. That's how hands off the police department has been forced to be by the leftist leadership evolved Tosa. Now, I believe that in Milwaukee despite the fact that the fire and police commission got rid of chief, Morales his trying its best determine Milwaukee's police department into a bunch of flowers children. The police officers in Milwaukee will respond when they believe that there is a chance that one of their own is being killed. And there was a very good chance that that's what this thing was going to shake up to be. Once you saw that at least one gunshot was fired into the home. So the statement the camera while the police that multiple jurisdictions responded Milwaukee police responded I believe because they were asked to respond by people in the home who are isolated. So for those of you who live in Oiseaux, on your hands doing nothing for the last number of weeks understand you have a terrible city council understand that your city could fall apart. Unless you grow up and realize that an orderly society we must maintain order and I'm not talking about bringing in this. Gestapo for crying out loud Milwaukee. Kept a lid on things that while the saints kept a lid on things even Madison is demonstrated once decides to keep a lid on things that it is capable of doing. So but it starts with empowering Your Police Department to enforce the law on its starts with understanding that many. Not all but many of these agitators including those that are throwing rocks through the windows of people's homes are not peaceful protesters but our insurrectionist hell bent on breaking the law in the same way that number of the people who continue to cause mayhem inside of Mayfair are not people protesting there people that are out there trying to simply break the law because they realize that Matosa has become a community that allows them to do so. We will move out. I got another interesting story for you in a weird way. It's related in the way it's not. We have been commenting on over just the last several months the absolute silencing of any number of people who have a dissenting point of view really at any of these social issues that we have. I'm going to share with you a story about how coach he's not even a teacher. got fired. From a local school district. Because he has dared to express political beliefs which have been critical of the black lives matter movement. I'm going going to kill you yet which community it is because I'm GonNa, make you stick around. But I will tell you that it is not the city of the walkie. It's a community whose. Letter starts from the first half of the alphabet what data guess. Got To, tell you what he said. Talk Eleven thirty W I S and mark late afternoon show as we. and. Mentioning we have. Strong lot of storms that are moving to a big chunk of really severe weather's moving out of the lake but there's still a lot of rain activity. In fact, it's pretty much raining from west at Madison all the way over to Lake Michigan and the southern half of the stayed the strongest portions of those storms are to the east and all of the severe weather advisories. That we have in effect are now out, we still have a thunderstorm watch until seven o'clock tonight but no more warnings in effect at least as of the moment thunderstorms ending tonight. Then clearing skies with a low of sixty five beautiful weather for the rest of the week tomorrow partly sunny high seventy, nine Wednesday sunny high eighty one, Thursday partly sunny high eighty, two, Friday partly sunny. With, a high of eighty two Friday hammers chance more. Storms coming into the area. In the United States right now if you have political viewpoints that are right of center and you express them on social media, you can lose your career. That's just reality. My advice would be not post diplomatically viewpoints on social media if you don't WanNa, lose your career. But I also understand in saying that that you are allowing social media to simply be a forum for only one side of the discussion as were essentially conceding that. Americans do not have a right to their political opinions. Any more During all of the other crackdowns that have occurred the tearing down of statues and everything else that have occurred over the last several months of liberals. Destroying everything that was once America. The right people have diverse points of view has also been shot from the individual perspective. You could take the path of least resistance and not at least post things on social media where the entire world can see them re post and raise a stink. Or? You can stick to the gun your guns, and hope that somebody's going to have your back. When they come after you. The following the story of it apparently opinionated person who's out there in the community. He's the coach at Germantown High School. Germantown is one of the most conservative communities, all of southeastern Wisconsin there. You are not safe from the politically correct school administration. The Superintendent Germantown reside they've got a new one. And he apparently is somebody who is making it clear that if you have political viewpoints that somebody objects to you and the right of center that your career in Germantown is over. Now. In preparation for this segment, I common contacted the Germantown Principal Athletic Director and. School Superintendent and none of them have chosen to respond assume that that means that they don't want to responded. They couldn't care less if the folks Germantown realized that. Somebody says something in Germantown, the black lives matter does it like German towns going to fire that? I'm not going to defend the comments that were made by the individual teacher than to say that you can say things like this from the left and not have to worry at all. There's almost no limit as to how you can be an out and out Marxist. You. Didn't damn police officers. You can get down white people you could talk about white privilege. If you say something though that offends someone on the left, they're going to claim that simply the offensiveness of that speech is enough that your done. Though the person who contacted me as the individual who has fired, he has not a teacher. In High Schools in Wisconsin, most of the coaches well, let's not right. Public High Schools Teachers have the first crack at a coaching job but. When there aren't enough teachers to fill a spurt certain kind of thing. Some non teachers will come as often. For example, you'll see private schools can hair they want but Santa Public School. The. Guy Coaches the defensive backs might be a non teacher or somebody who's an assistant gymnastics coach might have experience in that sport or they might not be a teacher. So but most of the head coach is still teachers not all not all their you know German too. There's a famous police officer who's a basketball coach around the area anyway WanNa make it clear. This guy did not get fired from a teaching position he's not a teacher he was an assistant swimming coach. His name is Tim D'Amico. I'm going to share with you what he told me. He also sent this to numerous other talk show hosts and others, and the story has been covered elsewhere as well. I've been an assistant coach with the Germantown Girls Swimming and diving team for the last three years. The upcoming season was going to be my fourth I grew up in Germantown and graduated from there myself and twenty eleven for the last five years I had been coaching club for two different private club organizations in my time as a coach have worked with kids and. Never once had a personal a professional complaint against me on Thursday July ninth. I shared a post to my facebook page comparing the KKK to the organization not the statement black lives matter because of course, I agree with that statement. But with the political organization is not something that I am a concert that is a conservative can or will ever support and let me interject. I am of the opinion that a lot of people do not know that black lives matter is not only a slogan is also a group the group black lives matter is a Marxist organization that has radical points of view. I believe many people who say the term black lives matter do not realize they are affiliated with a radical group. Many people are bothered for example that the NBA puts black black lives matter around the court. The NBA has said they're not endorsing any particular rueful. That is the name of a group. Nonetheless, it can create confusion. This guy is saying, look my criticism here is of the organization by criticism is not of the statement black lives matter back to his comments to me around eleven thirty that day I got a voice mail from the athletic director. Her name is Sarah. At Germantown High School I should point on I contacted Sarah. You know she has not responded to be. So if she doesn't like the spin that's being offered here, it's because she has chosen not to come out and defend. Wyatt is that she sought their sanctioning people for their political points of view I was that by Fulltime Day job and unable to count to call her until later in the afternoon when I did connect with her she told me there was a post for me on. Social media going around that concern to them. She explained the post to me and I explained my stance on the post. She made it sound like there was some sort of outrage in the community about me and the post that I shared little that I know the post was sent to each school board member and the principal Joel Farren from a single person that doesn't even live in Germantown. They live in west bed. Now let me interject this of course, is the danger in social media. Somebody could be a teacher and you know Massachusetts and somebody could read it in Anchorage Alaska, and the next thing you know they're going to contact everybody in Massachusetts and the rest of the world the social media of course knows no geographic limits. So one person saw this in West bend in Lake said at everybody in Germantown and tried to create a you know a big thing about it and apparently succeeded back to the evil. When I was talking with Sarah Again, she's the athletic director. She mentioned other people they saw on facebook that I had shared or posted myself that concerned the district, some of the post robot, the recent rioting and looting most having firearm references as I am an Abbott and open Second Amendment Supporter, and concealed carrier I might mention. So as about half of Germantown, I always will advocate for responsible and legal ownership of firearms I of course explained. To her that I have never had my firearm with me while on school property or at school related events, regardless sheet nor the human resources representative that was also on the call seem to really care. She told me that she did want to let me know that they will need to look into this further and they will get back to me as soon as they can let me interject I wonder how often somebody's made a lefty comment up. There in the Germantown School district that they have gotten this kind of treatment at again Germantown, say very conservative community. But as again when you have school officials who are essentially leftist hacks, they're out there laying for anybody who might be right of center, and if some people say something that might be deemed offensive, they're going to use that as their opportunity to sanitize purge the district's from one more conservative thought. This it problem is endemic across public. Education as we have hacks like the individuals who were up there, Germantown who will look for reasons to get rid of people perhaps in some cases rightly. But it simply is never applied the other way. There is nobody out there trolling around facebook to see if we can't find somebody who says something bad about the military are bad about the police are bad about some other group that can serve it as my life back to the guys email. A week later on July sixteenth. Sarah called me back again. This is Sarah. You know she's the athletic director the you're stuck with up there in Germantown who has chosen not to respond to me to put out her version of events. She did inform me that they will not be renewing my contract and I will no longer be a coach at Germantown high school if I'm going to be honest I was. Rushed but not surprised given the world that we live in today I asked her to answer a question for me. I asked her if she had ever had any complaints from athletes, parents or the Head Coach Laurie About My coaching Sarah told me that you have always been. You've always had great reviews and positive feedback but we as a district need to be sure we are on the right side of history. Now again, this is the guy statement to me. He's putting words in Sarah Units. I don't know if she said that or not if she did. What side of history as Germantown high school trying to be on the leftist side of history. The shutting people up side of history. Again. However, it's the site of history that the school boards and communities like this tolerate when they allow goon squads to run around to get rid of people because of their points of view. Back to the email, I, came to the conclusion that I am being fired not for my inability to be a great coach but because my political stance doesn't fit with the prevailing narrative I'm a conservative gun over. WHO supports president trump and I will never stop supporting what I believe in justice saved my job. Sarah asked me what story would you like told when people ask why you won't be coaching anymore? I was a bit confused and ask that clarify what she meant. See see what's happening here. What line is Germantown going to put out because Sarah Nodal doesn't have the guts or personal integrity to say we got rid of the guy because we don't like his political point of view back to the email. She said that sometimes coaches would like to tell people they are leaving to focus more on there fulltime work. It'll be with their families. They said, no anyone asks you about why I am not coaching anymore. I expect you as an educator at a school district employees to tell them the truth you tell them that you fired me because of my political views. This is why I'm no longer coaching. You decided this not me she seemed a little surprised by that and the conversation was basically over at that point she probably did not. Imagine that the guy would end up telling me the story and people would know that Joel and the principal and Sarah Sarajevo the athletic director and the brand new superintendent up there in Germantown are running around firing people by their political point of view. But I'm looking for cover story. So they don't hack off people in a conservative community like Germantown and again, for those of you who live in the community, you're the only ones who in the end have any control over this you're either going to tolerate this crap or you're not. We clearly see that liberals are out to get anybody right of center and they're very emboldened right now. And, I keep getting people asking me, what can I do? What can I do? What can I do? Well, we can stop taking it. And when you see people like Sarah Universal and Joel Farren dishing. Out You have a right to demand to know why in the world they're doing this and you have a right to go after them. Because leftist bullies can dish it out but they cannot take it. They've never shown an ability to take it just as those school officials were being asked to come back into the classroom considered themselves martyrs even though nobody shooting inside their houses such as occurring with the Wa. So police officer back to the. Email. I asked Sarah about three times before she finally sent me the copies of the emails that I requested from looking at the emails I should point out that he has supplied to me. The emails, he received an an open records request discussing his case, and indeed this thing was bad at around around the highest levels of the Germantown School Administration in which they all express concern when they saw the commentary in which he compared the attitude of k a racist organization with the attitudes of Alum Organization that he believes also has racist views. That is the man's political viewpoint back to his piece. It sickens me that there are people into that. These are the people that are in charge of our kids education from all different angles. They are telling kids that you must believe this way or you will lose your job if you don't believe in what we believe that you are a racist. Given the world that we live in today I am not at all surprised that I lost a job with a school district considering that I am such a strong conservative and open about that publicly. But I did feel like I needed to make this known that the cancel culture is attacking more than just conservative TV or talk show hosts. This culture is coming after anyone with opposing view and we need to stop this. and. Again, it comes from Tim to make who all he was as an assistant swimming coach up in Germantown High School and they got him. This is how deeply this is reaching into society and people think, wow, this is only milwaukee. It's only Madison, this happened in Germantown. And it's GONNA stand to Germantown unless the school board in Germantown decides that it doesn't want people who are running around like this. Trying to got people's careers because they don't like their political views to get away with it. Unless as I suspect the Germantown School Board was involved it because many of the school board members even in conservative communities rather liberal and when they get an opportunity to impress their liberal friends, they will do. So we have across our society right now which hunting going on. The only thing most of us can do is a make sure we're all aware of it and be when you live in the community what occurs you can speak up and make it clear the not agree with it I do understand that many people are now fearful of speaking up even in Germantown. For being on the wrong side of political bigots like Sarajevo here just tell Alexa Google home or Siri, home pot to play eleven thirty. N. on Iheartradio then sit back and enjoy the experts. His. Thirty wins at mark. belling late afternoon show. Back let's do a right now I'm going to give them the summer cash contests text in word for the five o'clock hour. Again, we at the moment, do not have any weather advisories in effect other than a severe thunderstorm watch for the whole region until seven o'clock at night. Drawing storms have been moving through the area and it looks like the severe component of it is moved out over the lake. Again, the word for this hour is bills B.. I L. S. bills you have between now and six o'clock to texting bills the two, hundred, hundred, you get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data message rates apply in the station contests since we interrupted a commercial break and. I'm not sure if that. Goes to the disaster to the of the online feed or not. Anyway. So we think everybody heard it but because it came in the middle adjust quickly stressed this might be I mean obviously it's something there was a shooting. But. It might have nothing to do with security of the president but. It did happen right outside the White House where law enforcement shot a suspect. Outside the White House fence I think I initiated early that it was inside the perimeter was outside the perimeter of the White House but in that area where they maintain security kind of this buffer area that's in there and the only reason I got noticed because president trump was delivering his daily briefing and the Secret Service took him out the room. When this incident occurred wanted to make sure we don't have some big huge thing coming on and so on and once they realized that it was simply involving the one person the president resumed his briefing. So we don't know much more than that. But nobody was ever close to the president or inside the White House or anything of that nature and. We'll find later probably more about in the president said law enforcement will be doing a briefing a little bit later later on I spent a good chunk of this hour talking about how somebody and I think the whole point of the story is that he didn't have a big job. He's just an assistant swimming coach, not even a teacher. But for posting, this is out criticism of black lives matter and he says he's one of those people that goes on social media and he's trying his political points of view is a conservative big supporter of Second Amendment Open Carry, etc.. Somebody did like the fact that he compared black lives matter the movement he stresses not just somebody who believes that statement the group black lives matter to the KKK both as being racist. Organizations. Now whether you agree with that or not, it's a political point of view. There was time. In, which just about every teacher that was out there had politic. No teachers were in the middle I I school in College I had a teacher who said he was a communist. But he sat it. It wasn't like it was hidden or he was sneaking he was it economics professor in college. He made clear that he was a comment is in terms of is economic viewpoints even back. Then there are a lot of lefties around. There are also some people that were right wingers Ed. At the time. The whole point of going to college even high school was you would attempt to encourage aggressive and vigorous dialogue. There was no idea. Considered too extreme. Angela Davis fresh out of prison spoke to my college when she was there. OUT NOW MARXIST STAND Think we had think we had a guy from the John Birch Society of about on campus. Etiquette. A political viewpoint that you could imagine and you wanted to expose kids to this as well. Give them every idea that they could let them hear all of this stuff. And decide for yourself what you think about things to hear something ghetto like question and criticize it now. The only allowed political viewpoint is from the left and really from the fire left, they can say anything they want to go to any extremes they want and break any laws they want. Anyone who dared speak out from the right is shutdown silenced and often fired. This, has clearly been going on this self sanctioning within public schools for many years over the years I've shared with you Eddie, number of stories from people who tell me Mark, a teacher I've conservative but nobody and none of the other teachers know what I can't let them know what I think just the ostracism. How you just outed. is so terrible. We now realize given some of the thoughts of so many young people in their twenties and how incapable they are of critical thinking it started to show up when you saw that they felt that they were threatened by speech that made them uncomfortable literally. So incapable of arguing ideas that they felt threatened by hearing an idea, they didn't like rather than Marshall up all of their resources to. Argue against it. This is what happens when they'd been in an ideological bubble where they've been presented a lot of crap by unprofessional leftist hacks, which unfortunately is most people who work within the public schools and we now see how bad it's gotten well now it's getting any given even worse and not even a teach not even anybody who ever expresses political points of view in terms of dealing with the kids guy expresses a common b. m.. N., Germantown may be the most conservative humidity. We avid southeastern Wisconsin. They can still fire him and the school board up there is okay with that. That's chilling. A guy was running around wearing a sheet or anything for Heaven Sakes. No again by individual. Comment he has nothing good comes posted on social media as. One of the few talk show host in America who virtually never uses it I just say how many people? We can put things down in writing any kind of nuance if you're trying to say something clever doesn't come out and. I could at least explain I have to be careful with everything that I say allowed. But at least I have the ability to explain whereas in a one or two sentence post their facebook thing you can't lay out all of the reasoning for your thing. I. Would say nothing good. Come some posting on social media if you're right of center but. That doesn't make this right. Where the silencing is going at, you can shut up a swimming couch in Germantown just for criticizing Blm a movement. that. Spent until they changed their website pretty open about its ideology. It's a NEO Marxist organization. And again, he's smart enough that he separating people who simply agree that black lives matter which he is one of. From the agenda of the organization if you can't criticize an organization where we are New York state is trying to disband the National Rifle Association a state government trying to make a political organization shutdown. But in Germantown Wisconsin, you can't even criticize another political organization without losing your southern coach job. Again. There isn't much that somebody and find a lack or Seattle Washington can do about that. But if you live in, Germantown you don't have to take it. And you don't have to tolerate a school board. That is empowering people to behave and there is no word that is better than this ideological goons. If there's some. I I have criticized the incredibly overwhelming leftist agenda teachers. I don't have a problem with an individual teacher. Happy that agenda if the head swimming coaches some radical lefty. Keeps his or viewpoints out of the swimming coaching. That's fine. Again, if the guy was out there as a swimming coach shooting off his mouth about the political, this data that ninety seven times saying, okay fine. If you're a liberal I'm not gonNA. Let you do the diaper what that that's their Fred. We're losing control of our, country our society at our freedoms. And when it gets all the way to Germantown. And School Board members are okay with this. And athletic directors are worried about being on the right side of history deciding for example, just exactly what side of history she's GonNa put the swimming team. That's not a free country. Anymore. It is happening everywhere. And it is going to be most easily defeated at the grassroots at the bottom at an individual local level. Now, I'm not expressing any confidence in anybody in Germantown is going to do anything about this. The school superintendents school board I asked that all of them given a copy of the email questions that I put it. I heard from none of them meeting none of them even bothered to want to defend what it is that they're doing out there. But we can at least know. That Germantown. High School is not a safe space. For individuals who have viewpoints other than those sufficiently liberal that they pass muster of the new superintendent principal in. Atlantic director out there trolling around the Internet to Ferret out anybody that they might be a closet racist. Germantown. I mean this isn't sure with Germantown. Do these shows and you just wonder how these things settle out there I. I can tell you in the comments that I get from. And by continuing belief that trump is going to win reelection that he's under polling because so many people know they can't say aloud with their political viewpoints are that many people are furious about this? But the fact that people are afraid to speak aloud about it also means that many people are afraid to speak up an object to it. Imagine if Sarah Nota was on the receiving end of some of the gloom like behavior that she dished out. And if the principal up, there was on the receiving end of getting a little bit of crap from people who didn't like. The ideological censoring that he is doing from somebody who would dare to criticize an organization that as I said, is outmoded embraced Marxism. Add as made clear, its hatred of officers, all of the. Come. From Theory Specialists Memory McFarland. San Up for Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show. On News Talk Eleven thirty WS. In the last segment, we discussed the situation in Germantown and covets. Swimming teacher swimming coach was fired from his job there. We're going to be posting that umbrella dot com when I received, but don't look for a now. We'll have it up sometime after the show is over tonight for those to. Check it out looks like College football is done for twenty twenty, the big ten and five other conferences are moving toward. I love this trying to move the football season to the spray. But everybody's like doing. What we can't do it now, we'll try to shove into the future so you end up with. The NBA season winding down now in the playoffs starting in a few days Major League baseball trying to somehow work through this short and season. So they can get to the playoffs the NFL saying, well, we won't have a preseason, but we're going to try to have regular season and I'll college football, which if you understand maybe I should give a little bit of background here for those of you not aware. College football carries the athletic budgets of almost all major universities, most universities at least the public ones are set up the way Wisconsin. Wisconsin. The University Sports Program does not get tax support other than. The buildings had facilities themselves. Are publicly owned the bonding issued by the public, but the actual budgets paying the coaches, etc. Paying for the travel most of these university sports departments are self sustaining. In other words, all the money they make off of the revenue producing sports carries zillions of non revenue producing sports. For example, track produces very little revenue. Cross country produces very little revenue. At UW, Madison. Men Slip, ball produces the bulk of the revenue followed by men's basketball men's hockey is slightly positive cash flow. I, believe women's volleyball is slightly this several years ago women's volleyball I think slightly above water women's basketball was kind of a push to under and the others of course all. cost the buddy. In other words they make all the money off of men's football and a couple of the other sports but men's football is by far the biggest REPUTA- generator because the TV rights of the greatest add. Wisconsin, they sell eighty thousand tickets. So, if they don't have a football season, it is a backbreaker. On, the other hand, almost all of these universities are in liberal college towns at the universities themselves very very liberal added as liberals who have been quick to cancel things because of the corona virus. Best the NFL sees it is still on. But College football's about to pull the plug out talking about holding the thing. In the spray. They keep believing that there's a silver bullet on the calendar here. And the position that I have been taking is. There isn't now the one thing I say on all my discussions I'd Corona virus is I could be wrong. I share which fell she, and some of the lefties would say that before they issue these broad statements because it is a new virus. To other Kuroda viruses in very similar to. Some diseases that we've had in the past, but because it is new, we don't know how it will play itself out. We also don't know if there's a vaccine how effective it will be. We also don't know is this a virus that we developed? What hundred percent resistance to after getting at wants maybe eighty percent or not? Is it like the common cold or you just keep get the damn thing over and over and over again or? Is it like many other viruses that once you get you develop such strong immunity that it is very rare that you don't know. We also don't really know how many people have actually been infected by it. Most believe it is way higher than the numbers that are given because until recently, we hardly tested anybody only tested people when they were sick. And Corona virus does not make most people sec. especially if you're young usually you don't know you have it. So there's a lot of things we don't know. On the other hand were now in the United States about five months into the real crush of it. Probably eight months into how long it's been here. But five, you know it was march things went crazy. Sir About five months. And what seems to me to be happening is this. We add that initial wave and April at mart late March into April literally. And after that, the thing calmed. At his bed at a relatively steady level ever since. The media often miss reports because it's tries to middle mislead people as to what's going on right now in the united. States. We do not have a spike. But number as Laura Ingram is struggling to point out. She's pounded the table of this. The number of hospitalizations right now are at the same level that they were the beginning of June. We had a somewhat increase in hospitalizations over the last several weeks, but it was relatively modest as the virus move from the northeast the other parts of the United. States but the hospitalization rate remained relatively low across the country just as it has. Wisconsin, where we're generally in the range of the two hundred, three hundred per day and have been for buds. What we have seen an increase is the number of positive tests. The media keeps calling that cases, which of course, is misleading given that some people can test positive seven times in a row that's not seven different cases and. If someone test positive on the first day they do the follow up tests and they'd has negative. They still count them as a case. C., N. With this inflated number but the biggest reason that they're the increase in the number of. Positive test is because we're doing way more tests. Still. It's to me almost that arguable and some people on my side on the right WanNa argue at the ones who want to see the corona virus as it exists. It seems to be arguable that corona virus is not going away. I don't believe it's going away. I think it's possible. It will never go away. I didn't say that's likely I don't know. I have tried. Unlike. All of these people on the left and the media to have a little bit of humility here in dealing with science that we do not yet know they always follow the science follow the. Yet they themselves don't follow any sites. They make wild statements about the future based on nothing. But I think it is very possible that this virus is going to be like many many other viruses that are out there. That exists in the human population that simply never go away. That it just becomes one of the many types of things, human conditions that we have to deal with. Bdo has never gone away. To deal with it. AIDS and HIV is still out there. You have to deal with it. Maizels rebel chickenpox. Those things are all still out there. Polio. In fact, it is out there. The common cold is out there. And then things that are a whole lot more serious cancer diabetes. Alzheimer's numerous. Other conditions generally aren't thought to be contagious they're out there as well. But certainly a far greater threat and far more. Deadly, in terms of their mortality. So my belief is that. There's a good chance that again, I didn't say like because I don't know that this thing going to be with us for the long haul I would say like. For decades it's also possible. That we're going to develop strong immunity as people get it that the experience that we saw in Sweden where they didn't do anything. So their numbers initially were much higher at initially and now later on are much lower that people in Sweden who got don't seem to be getting it again or if they are, it's only a tiny minority of them if indeed. Once you get. You develop an immunity, it would be reason to be positive. About, the long term prognosis of this and It would be reason to think that we should end all of these lockdowns and just let whoever is going to get a get it. So we could be done with the damn thing rather than have people be Dying for the next twenty years and cancelling things for twenty years but. While we don't know I think. There's very little reason to believe that the virus isn't going to be around in December at least as big bigger problem as it is now and I don't think it'll be any less of a problem in March or April. Next year when they WANNA start up college football again. That it is now. Now. Maybe it will fade away. Some people say what if there's a accede? I've been throwing cold water on the vaccine talk, for Buds. Most vaccines. Are Between, thirty and seventy percent effective. That's not a bad number. I mean if you can lessen your chances of getting any particular thing by fifty percent, get all do it. I mean, they talked about red meat because it might give you a nine percent better chance of avoiding heart disease for Heaven's sakes fifty percents not a bad number. But that does mean that fifty percent of the people get the vaccine are still GonNa get it. and. I can't think of a vaccine out there other than the ones a kids are being given because they don't have any say in it. That more than half the population gets half the population doesn't get the flu shot. And the flu's more commonly this. So I my point is. I. Don't think everybody's GonNa get it and I don't even think half the people are GonNa get. So. If it's fifty percent effective and only half the people get it, it means that we've reduced the numbers twenty, five percent. Now, that's good. One in four people not getting it that really eliminate lessons the spread because you know you're likelier to get this. If you're around somebody who has it in the fewer people who have it the less likely it is to be spread. It's not like nothing but to think that this is the silver bullet that solves everything. I just don't think it is. Sober College football says while we're GONNA put you to sprague. At some point and I keep asking this question and I never get it from anybody who for any of these shutdowns what becomes the point at which you just throw up your hands and say. We're going to press on with life even though the viruses there. Dave michaels thinks the election of ever. I don't agree with that I. think that a Joe Biden get himself elected president the left is going to be so empowered to shut down things forever. Now say if Biden wins he has to have a decent enough economy and then He'll at all of this stuff ed and many people point out that when we had the swine flu two, thousand, nine, Obama was the president and we did nothing then Fauci of the same job that he then that he has now we didn't do anything and that by every level infected way more people than Kuroda virus seems to have infected. But we've cultural is inside people this terror in this fear? I, did. The mask wearing is the other thing. I mean. There are some people who believe that the summer months actually have slowed the spread of the virus that it's going to get worse in the cold. Have you it around wearing these masks everywhere as it is now? From the perspective though of College Sports. If they don't have college football they can't of anything else because college football produces all the revenue, the schools that don't have football like save marquette they have to get even more out of basketball and they make a bigger deal basketball and saw him because they don't have football to carry the freight and some of the smaller schools football doesn't even produce Eddie revenue because of your small schools that on TV and so on, and they have to get tax support and student fee support in order to keep these things going but for these. Colleague universities that have these massive infrastructures built on. Remember. They get thousands of students, scholarships, and all these sports I. Mean Track Scholarships in this scholars, every spout tennis, the all of these scholarships at the money all comes from college football. If you're not going to resume any of these things, you've interrupted the money flow to pay for all these scholarships to pay for the salaries and to pay the rent and all these facilities that they have and so on and. Use an example at horse racing, I mean the Kentucky Derby the was supposed to be held the first Saturday in May. They shoved it to the first Saturday in September Labor Day weekend. We'll do it. And as I said at the time, what do you think you're doing by informants? WHO's well, you're probably be go out enforement base that what what if people keep thinking three or four months something's going to be better. They. Said from the beginning, it's probably a year for a vaccine that's assuming vaccine knocks it out which nobody thinks it's GonNa. Happen why would any what in April or may have thought in September anything would be any better. So now, the Kentucky Derby well, we're GONNA have fifty thousand fads. You Watch the end up with no fans or maybe two or three thousand in there. They may as well have held the thing in. May. With nobody there because that's what they're gonNA end up with until you finally get to the point where people do what Elkhart Lake get over the weekend with an screw it we're gonNA hold the event and people want to come they wanna come and people are afraid of getting sick they don't have to come But we don't appear to be close to that. The less government is involved and the less liberal, the area, the more willing you see people to resume their regular lives. For example, Sturgis went on the could still go at isn't it? When does it break up Wednesday? Yeah they say the numbers it's impossible to get. It's not like you have attendants where they go through turnstiles. They're guessing there's about two hundred, fifty thousand people there which is about half. As normal, but you know these people camp outed. It's hard to figure out exactly how many people are there, but the numbers are down, but it's still massive. We'll sturgis. I can't believe sturgis allowed it to Kurds. How do you stop there are people who come here on a motorcycle it's not like it's not like we're going to have people at the Minnesota state lying shooting you if you try to cross the border. So that's something that's outside the control of regular old people they want to go on their border cycles and they wanna go to sturgis. Likewise the farther away you get from Milwaukee and shorewood the more people that are out there and companies that have just ignoring the mass requirement bars restaurants nobody has a mind stores. Nobody has a mind. It's only the chain stores that have a national policy that required them. You get into the city of Milwaukee and everybody's wearing masks everywhere because it's enforced. So where people are given the opportunity to choose their choosing. The schools are the crosshairs most parents want their kids to go back to school. But the schools themselves run liberals and the Liberals though water run the schools because the teachers are too lazy to go into work. Some of the teachers say they're afraid the same teachers who show no concern at all about a officer who's home is shot into. The last time that happened with a schoolteacher. So I just think that you're gonNA see the same issue come up with college basketball, which is gonNA have to start in a few months they're going to have to decide. Are we going to play you kiss this, pushing it back, pushing it back, pushing it back as for the professional sports they've tried to find this compromise of holding the events but not allowing fads. Nobody knows if they'll be able to do that. But again, it's not financially long-term. Sustainable. I predicted there will be no milwaukee box. Home Games this year. I mean they may play at home, but there will be no fans for the entire season. Now, I might be wrong and Dave michaels things after the election people will just throw their hands up on this. May Be. The only answer is this is going to stop doing bailouts and so on but the bailouts don't really help these giant sports leagues are in the billions of dollars of. Revenue, in so odd. We've allowed the fear of the virus to overcome every other. Decision to be made because of some sort of belief that this thing had an end date of say may fifteenth or June first that it was going to go away and. I'll grant you I many people on the right thought it was going to go away I. Think, it's not going to go away until everybody gets it. And it might be one of those things like the cold. Or even if you get it, you're going to get it again. Some people get colds five times a year. But I admit I don't know. If I'm looking for a positive on this. It's that most people who get this virus now don't even get sick and all. So many people who have tested positive I added. And that there have not been many cases that we know of where people have gotten more than once. But that doesn't mean you can't get a tour three years from now. where it would come back on you. Those are positives but it hasn't changed this response of. The businesses stoke offices are still closed can have college sports can have this can of that can the other thing? I always try to look at anything and ask myself where does this end and? I don't see anything that ends this. Including people who have a lot of money to lose. These universities, they was a fortune, not avocado football. Fortune. So the save liberals that want to shut everything down there. Also shutting down infrastructures that bankroll their universities. You'RE GONNA end up with numerous non revenue producing women's sports that have to be cancelled. Because no money to pay for it and these university. These are in universities that are saying declining enrollment anyway and I believe. A cultural change that's going to result in far fewer of the current teenagers wanted to go to college. After seeing a that, you can have your life run for expressing the wrong point of view and be the amount of debt that were piled up by the generation older than them that end up. Under employed I want to share with you. It's related to corona virus this back and forth between. President. Trump and the congress. On what kind of stimulus to be dot to be done and the President essentially tried to resolve the whole thing by issuing an executive order over the weekend? What goes through June. August sixteenth. sturgis goes through August sixteenth. I thought only when's okay. So that Saturday Saturday right? Yeah, Sunday. Yeah. Yeah. At it's from what I can tell I do people that go for three days then they come back and it's like it's it's not even like Harley fest where there's like, okay this day there's this every motorcyclists they go out there when they feel like it and then some going right three hundred and fifty miles away and camp out in the Black Hills for four days before they come back. I know I know people have been to surge the one thing they all say there's nothing to do with. You go there. You only go there to see all these other bikers and then you just kind of scatter around that. Do the stuff that you do I mean they go there and then they ride and they're they're all over the places where they are. It is a lot of just camp. How did you? Know. Or ride two hundred and fifty miles any ticket fire roadside motel inch check in there or just pull the backpack outed. Such and such I don't how did they come up with Sturgis? How did this did originally? Was it just some group decided to have something at it. Became unto itself don't look out. Don't look I. Hate Look things up with the PD because every time they say half the time you say Kapiti it turns out to be and then somebody calls up and says, Iran, we don't really care if you don't know look it up. That's the other thing that your generation feel this need to look all of these things up. Rhetorical. Questions are often best left unanswered. The thing that Google ruined the bargain guys can't argue about sports in bars somebody just looks at up and okay. That's the end of that. Now, what are we supposed? It just makes you more drunk because you just talk more rather than argue things out. Like I'll do my babe ruth hit more home runs one year than. Most teams hit combined. Some has gotta look that look what whether it's true or not whether it's true or not does doesn't mean that it's not a good thing to discuss before you know the stupid answer to it anyway. President trump challenge they do his plan a combination of the suspension of the payroll tax and four hundred a week for the unemployed. The Democrats wanted to do eight hundred for the unemployed and ignore the payroll tax this aside from the fact that trump is taking matters into his own hand just saying screw it. You'RE NOT GONNA cut a deal with the I'm GonNA issue you order. There is important policy distinction to be made here. I admit everybody's just looking at the grotesque amount money that both parties are willing to throw around. But there is a distinction in here. That is very important to think about. So. We're going to dive into that above five fifty, three news talk seven, thirty W I. It's time for. Pay. Tax. Plug in that tank, we deliver propane straight to extend your aunties went through. That's pro pain taxing pro Pentax dot com cooking this weekend if. Your plan then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code. 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Her inlaws died of covert and she said that she was essentially sanctioned by Andrew Cuomo the governor they're not allowed to talk about her experience including thoughts on medications available in so on. Keep an eye on that story I don't have time. To dive into it on my program today, I want to get into the debate back and forth between President trump aside from the fact that the Democrats wanted to spend three point, four, trillion dollars, which is it. That's twenty percent of GDP just on this round of stimulus in other words come up with a number. So over the top ridiculous, the trump can't say, yes to it. The second argument was if you where does the money go? Now, the first round of stimulus that I did. I defended. On the grounds that the alternative would have been in America economy that would have literally seized up. To go all of a sudden to twenty percent unemployment. They would have been no social service safety debt. And most American businesses would have gone under You would have literally seen a dust bowl of this country. If. That meant that in the short term, we had to artificially just give people a bunch of money to stop chaos. I could support it. The problem is doing it again and again and again, and again and again. To subsidize some of these businesses and individuals who are chosen to keep their lives on hold forever because of the virus. It's clearly inflationary and as you know, I, have been pounding the table for bud side the buying of gold and silver and I believe. That, we are going to see bad inflation in the United States by destroying the American value of the dollar and the dollar has been plummeting for weeks