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Massachusetts Reports 1,495 New COVID Cases, 52 Additional Deaths

WBZ Programming

00:24 sec | 1 hr ago

Massachusetts Reports 1,495 New COVID Cases, 52 Additional Deaths

"Numbers in Massachusetts, the Department of Public Health reporting just under 1500 new cases and 52 additional deaths on Saturday. 687 people are in the hospital overnight with covert and 176 of them are in the ICU with seven day average positivity right now at 1.79%.

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Mercedes-Benz Stadium to become mass vaccination site, giving 6,000 shots a day

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Mercedes-Benz Stadium to become mass vaccination site, giving 6,000 shots a day

"Covert vaccination site for metro Atlanta that announcement today from the White House. Mercedes Benz Stadium is going to serve as a federally run covert vaccine site capable of administering 6000 shots a day. It'll operate seven days a week for eight weeks beginning later this month. The site was selected in part because of its easy access. Considering 10% of Fulton County households don't have a vehicle. It'll be a joint effort involving FEMA, Fulton County Jima and the State Department of Public Health. His camp

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Texas to lift statewide mask mandate

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Texas to lift statewide mask mandate

"Now at W b a P. 47 degrees Governor Greg Abbott is lifting covert 19 restrictions in Texas. It is now time to open Texas 100%. He says. As of next Wednesday, all taxes businesses can open a full capacity and credits the current downward metrics for his decision. He's also lifting the statewide mask mandate. Abbott says A county judge can implement capacity restrictions if the area's covert 19 hospitalization rate is above 15% for more than seven days, but no penalties could be forced were violating the policy. And his decision is being met with mixed emotions statewide, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says it's too soon he's urging North Texans to do

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Apple Reopens All 270 Retail Stores in the United States

TechStuff

01:41 min | 4 d ago

Apple Reopens All 270 Retail Stores in the United States

"The verge reports that every apple store location in the united states has now reopened apple closed stores nationwide on march thirteenth. Twenty twenty. so it's been nearly a full year of being closed for some stores. The company had been opening locations on a case by case basis over time. And the last of apple's us retail stores reopened this week in texas. That means you can at least arrange in store pickups for apple items again and in some cases you can even do in-store shopping but before you do let me just point out a couple of things. First when apple did close stores march these seven day average of new covid cases was two hundred seventy three cases in the united states. That's across the country this week. According to the cdc that number is sixty six thousand three hundred forty eight new cases over the last seven days. That is you might say. Things are way worse right now than they were when apple stores. I shut down now. Apple does have lots of safety measures in place. Customers must wear a mask and there is a strict occupancy limit for stores all that being said. I would strongly suggest that if you don't have to go to a store take that option. I understand that some people do need to go. In and of course the employees have to go in but to keep people as safe as possible. I stress that it is best for only those who absolutely have to go in to do so and everyone else should stay safe for themselves. Their loved ones really everybody else to

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Biden administration facing a ‘challenge’ at Mexico border but not a crisis, DHS chief says

Bloomberg Law

00:21 sec | 5 d ago

Biden administration facing a ‘challenge’ at Mexico border but not a crisis, DHS chief says

"Holland and Knight Today, the homeland Security secretary sought to push back against the notion that the crisis at the border was spinning out of control. Alley. My New Yorkers said today, the men and women of the Department of Homeland Security are working around the clock seven days a week to ensure that we do not have a crisis at the border that we manage. The challenge as acute is the challenge is and

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Texas Energy Co-Op Files For Bankruptcy After Storm, High Bill

Here & Now

00:52 sec | 5 d ago

Texas Energy Co-Op Files For Bankruptcy After Storm, High Bill

"Last week, the state's attorney general Ken Paxton, filed suit against one energy provider and the state's oldest electric cooperative filed for bankruptcy. Texas Public Radio's Paul Flab reports after 80 years, Brazos Electric Power Co operative is asking a court to shield it from creditors because of what it calls unfathomable storm events. Brazos owes $2.1 billion in energy costs for seven day period, The price of energy shot up more than 10,000% and stayed there for four days as power outages affected 4.5 million Texas homes. Concert being passed directly to consumers by Houston based energy company Gritty. The Texas attorney general sued the company over the residential bills. State grid managers also barred gritty from working in the state for non payment. I'm Paul Slavin, San Antonio New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is

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CDC warns against complacency as virus gains stall

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

CDC warns against complacency as virus gains stall

"Virus cases are rising again and the CDC says Americans must not let their guard down as mutations keeps spreading after sharp drops over several weeks director Richelle Wilensky says average daily cases and deaths have gone up slightly the past seven days these data are evidence that our recent declines appear to be stalling and risk being lost entirely with reports of states rolling back public health restrictions at the same time she's healing the roll out of a third vaccine but White House virus response coordinator Jeff science says the issue remains actually getting the shots scheduling remains for far too many people too frustrating he says the White House is working with states to improve their systems Sager made Donnie Washington

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Douglas Stuart Reads Kevin Barry

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:29 min | 5 d ago

Douglas Stuart Reads Kevin Barry

"Hi douglas debra. How are you. I'm alright welcome when we talked about doing this. You had originally been inclined to choose a scottish story to read on the podcast but in the end you settled on an irish one. Do you think that the two traditions are interlocked. The certainly have a very close relationship. But even in reading the kevin body still here realized how much of the pronunciation and the expressions weren't familiar to my ear and so although the close they are quite different in terms of This story it feels a little like a fairy tale in a sense. I mean it has that sort of fable like quality to it. And i feel so it may work in a tradition of irish fables. To what you think you think it's certainly in that tradition of irish oto storytelling. It starts off with You know the narrator. Saying so. I bought an old hotel in the fjord of killary and just the way he brings you into the story. You have a sense that not only as a fable but it's the type of story we would pass around in pubs and from most both and that i think is the irish tradition and certainly the scottish tradition. Because sometimes when we don't find ourselves in literature it doesn't mean we're not natural-born storytellers and those oral stories. Don't always get written down. That is absolutely true here. And i think that's part of the charm of this is just the mixture of these canisters. When you see it almost feels quite other-worldly at times. And i chose the story because first of all it's just totally entertaining but also because it made me nostalgic for a time when we could gather and and be together without thinking about the consequences about the weight that comes with with those gatherings. Yeah yeah having scenes in a in a pub with everyone talking it feels like another world. That's true did you read the story when it first came out in two thousand ten. I didn't actually. I was led to kevin body short stories. Because norma s- fan of his novel night bhutan. Jere and i was thinking about what i wanted to read. I love kevin. Barry and i was actually surprised to see. He has published many stories in the new yorker. Yeah the first one. I believe and Do you think that this one sort of fits in with his general themes it. Does i find him always writing about masculinity especially men on the margins. But what's interesting about this is. There's an absence of hard man or criminals or Petty gangsters that he often populate has novels these other short stories. These are just people who are gathering together in a pub And there's a poet at the heart of it. We'll talk some more after the story. And now here's douglas stuart reading fjord of killary by kevin berry fjord killary so i bought an old hotel on the fjord of killary. It was set hard by the harbour wall with moody amount across the water and disgracefully gray skies above. It rained two hundred. Eighty seven days of the year and the locals were given to magnificent mood swings on the night in question. The rain was particularly violent. It came down. Like handfuls of neal's flung hard and fast by a cd asli royal sky. God i was at this point eight months in the place and about convinced that it would be the death of me. It's end to the fucking world stuff out there. I said the quotas of locals and the hotels lounge bar as always ignored me. I was a fruitful blue in by their mark and simply not cut out for tough gnarly west of ireland. Living there were listening instead to jon murphy or alcoholic funeral director. Albury anything that fucking moves. He said bastards suicides tinkers. He said i couldn't give a fuck monkeys he said. Maria is the most depressing mountain you've ever seen by the way and it's gone looming shape filled almost every view from the water's edge hotel. The loans bars included the locals drank. Mostly bushmills whiskey and guinness stout and they drank them to great excess. I wiped they're slobs from the counter. With the bar cloth i had come to hate with a passion verging on the insane.

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Investigation underway after abandoned baby found alive in trash can in Dorchester, Boston

WBZ Morning News

01:07 min | Last week

Investigation underway after abandoned baby found alive in trash can in Dorchester, Boston

"Walking along Dorchester Avenue hears the cries of the baby coming from a trash Can. She called for help? Luckily, there were paramedics nearby. That baby was transported to a local hospital, and it was reportedly going to be okay. Boston police say that the baby's mother has been found that they did not say whether she will face any charges. WBZ TV s Nick Emmons has more on the safe haven law This meant to prevent cases like this. This is a story that You don't really often here, and we haven't had any amendments and eight years were name Marku was a spokesperson for Baby Safe Haven since 2004. The Safe Haven act of Massachusetts allows a parent illegally surrender newborn infants seven days old or younger at any hospital, police station or man fire station without fear of facing criminal prosecution. This incident reminder you can find help. This is really tragic, too here and you know, I think it's really important for everybody just to know that this law is out there. And there are people who want to help and the baby discovered Friday afternoon in a trash can that baby wrapped in a grocery bag.

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CDC Director Raises Alarm as Cases Rise Again, Variants Spread

All Things Considered

00:27 sec | Last week

CDC Director Raises Alarm as Cases Rise Again, Variants Spread

"Is flagging a worrisome uptake in new coronavirus cases. Most recent seven day average of cases, approximately 66,350 is higher than the average I shared with you on Wednesday. In fact, cases have been increasing for the past three days. Compared to the prior week, Dr Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warning. The things are tenuous and now is not the time to relax. Coronavirus restrictions. Meanwhile, the

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Twitter announces paid 'Super Follows' to let you charge for tweets

Techmeme Ride Home

03:01 min | Last week

Twitter announces paid 'Super Follows' to let you charge for tweets

"Like twitter. Had its entire product roadmap in drafts for and finally hit send all end quote twitter last night announced super follow a feature to let users charge for tweets a communities feature to let users create and join groups based on specific interests so monetize followers i'll twitch or any number of things like patriot and facebook groups but for twitter. Basically quoting the verge. The payment feature called super follows will allow twitter users to charge followers and give them access to extra content that could be bonus tweets access to a community group subscription to a newsletter or a badge merely indicating your support in a mockup screenshot. Twitter showed an example where a user charges four dollars ninety nine cents per month to receive a series of perks season as a way to let creators and publishers get paid directly by their fans. Twitter also announced a new feature called communities which appear to be its take on something like facebook groups people can create and join groups around specific like cats are plants. Twitter suggests allowing them to see more tweets focused on those topics. Groups have been a huge success for facebook and a huge moderation problem too and they could be particularly helpful tool on twitter since the services opened in nature can make it difficult for new users to get started on the platform. There's no timeline yet. Four win either of these features will launch twitter listed them as what's next for its platform during a presentation for analysts and investors. This afternoon and quote as jasmine. Watkins tweeted quote. Y'all tweeted how is this app. Free one too many times and quote these are we should say literally features anyone. Any one of us could have seen as likely and possible for twitter even a decade ago. Like i know that. I saw this angle years ago and i'm by no means some sort of product guru but i guess better late than never a fire has been lit inside of twitter so let's not look a gift horse in the mouth right and it's not just on the product front twitter says it's also planning a safety mode that would let users automatically block and mute accounts that quote might be acting abusively or spammy quoting the verge again. It appears this feature will be a toggle you can turn on in a new safety mode. According to a slide in the analyst day slide deck. Here's twitter's description of how the toggle will work. If you flip it on quote automatically blocks accounts that appear to break the twitter rules and mute accounts that might be using insult to name calling strong language or hateful remarks and quote with the new safety mode. Twitter will automatically detect accounts that quote might be acting abusive or spamming and limit. How those accounts can engage with your content for seven days according to the slide and quote so feature iteration product innovation and attempts at moderation and giving users greater control to allow them to hopefully stem the tide of trolling. In your hell. Freezing over joke here.

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Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in first 5 weeks in office

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in first 5 weeks in office

"President Biden is marking another milestone in the virus pandemic fight but this time it's a positive one the president says America is halfway to its goal of administering one hundred million vaccine shots in his first one Hundred Days fifty million shocked saying that's a weeks ahead of schedule on just his thirty seventh day in office this is not a victory lap this is everything is not fixed as virus variants spread the virus cases could go back up man this is not the time for Americans to relax the president says they need to keep washing hands and keeping their distance for god's sake for god's sake I'll wear a mask Sager made ani Washington

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No charges filed against officers involved in death of Daniel Prude

First Morning News

00:55 sec | Last week

No charges filed against officers involved in death of Daniel Prude

"Is going to be filed in connection with the death of Daniel proved in Rochester. He was Roughed up by police. They're police officers were under investigation after shocking video emerged his latest on that story from correspondent Stephanie Ron. There are no charges against the seven Rochester, New York police officers involved in the death of Daniel Prude. We presented the strongest case possible. But today Grand jury decided not to indict any police officer on charges related to Daniel Prudes. Death proved an unarmed black man suffering a mental health crisis died after being in police custody last mark One recognizes the influence of race police body camera video shows officers in March covering proves head with a spit hood later, pinning him to the ground before he stopped breathing. Prue died seven days later. The medical examiner calling proves Death a homicide. Ah,

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No charges filed against officers involved in death of Black man pinned to ground

710 WOR Programming

00:30 sec | Last week

No charges filed against officers involved in death of Black man pinned to ground

"Not to indict any police officer on charges related to Daniel Prudes. Death proved an unarmed black man suffering a mental health crisis, died after being in police custody last March. 1 recognizes the influence of race police body camera video shows officers in March covering proves head with a spit hood later pinning him to the ground before he stopped breathing. Prue died seven days later. The medical examiner calling proves Death a homicide. It's ABC. Stephanie Ramos reporting it could be

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Second Case Of South African COVID Variant In New York Found

Lynda Lopez

00:57 sec | Last week

Second Case Of South African COVID Variant In New York Found

"Its second known case of the South African variant of Covert 19. We get the details from WCBS reporter Sophia Hall. The second case of the South African variant has been confirmed in Nassau County, a location of where that person lives has not been released. The first case was found in a person living in Glen Head. NASA county executive Lord current says the positivity rate overall on Long Island has been decreasing. There's no evidence that we have seen that says it's more dangerous, so that is good news. It's just it looks like it's easier to catch. So if we just stay smart and stay vigilant, we will reduce any spread of any variant. Now it's thought that there are more than 4000 variants of this virus. Viruses mutate. This particular one is of concern because it is thought to be more contagious. The seven day positivity rate on the island is 4.3% on Long Island. Sophia Hall, WCBS news radio 8 80. If you're

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FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston’s NRG Park

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:37 sec | Last week

FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston’s NRG Park

"Mass vaccination site will open up Wednesday it in our G park, Sean Miller with the Texas Department of Emergency Management, praising city and county leaders for their efforts to make the process goes smoothly as possible. The state will continue to request for further vaccination sites such as this to the cooperation between our federal and local partners. Northern sure that every Texan has a vaccine that's made available to them. The energy sat is designated to vaccinate 6000 people per day, seven days a week for three weeks before transitioning to a second dose. Those who signed up through the city or county health departments are already on that list.

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FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston's NRG Park

Michael Berry

00:31 sec | Last week

FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site to open at Houston's NRG Park

"Mega site opens Wednesday it in our JI Park here is county Judge Lena Hidalgo says there's no need to pre register if you've already signed up for the vaccine locally. Center will vaccinate people using the city of Houston Weightless and the Harris County wait list that we've already had online. The site is designed to serve 6000 people per day, seven days a week for three weeks before transitioning to second doses for three weeks, a total of 142,000 individuals are expected to be fully vaccinated. The city of

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A Ouija board mystery

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:55 min | Last week

A Ouija board mystery

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. Heiner host kit chrome in my month-long search our investigation into different forms of nation. I touched on the wage board last friday. And almost as a cautionary tale and immediately received some emails. Asking me to back that up. So i put it to my team of urban legend writers to come up with some information. That was something. I can validate with police. A names and numbers and read over this podcast so here. It is in the small seaside town of dungeness bay. The bodies of seventy five year old eric ward and his seventy two year old wife. Mildred were found on the beach without a mark on either body. The clothes were soaked with seawater. The autopsy report indicated. The water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger who tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. at twilight. The couple's adult son clayton ward. Came up from california that after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and clayton had to get back to his job as a technology specialist for the silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the dungeon is bay. Police was that when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one the patent was granted to elijah bond for the we g board but one of the first mentions of the review board used was in asia around eleven hundred. Ad and historical document documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of ohio produced by kennard six months after his first visit to dungeness baked clayton more restrictions on the list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murderer of his parents. Seven days later after following the various clues. The police brought in steve hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking. He was however unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. When asked by the police where he got the clues clayton more replied that he belonged to a small group that used the ouija board to solve crimes and that when his father was contacted his father's spirit told him steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged him into the waves thinking they would be washed out to sea where they would drown but he was unaware that it was low. Tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. He further toll clayton that. If the police went to steve's house they would find the bloody tire iron news to knock him unconscious. Clayton return to california but when police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues they found his address was nonexistent. Phone number disconnected no record of employment at the apple corporation. Then investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that eric and ward owned a ouija board and from journal they cap learn that they were often the host of the spirit calling itself. Dozo now we g board users will tell you that. Zoe is the demon spirit of the ouija board that sometimes he becomes protective of those that. Hold the open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of a protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was a door that allowed so to pass back and forth between this world and is shut. In which world is he

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"seven days" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

05:12 min | Last month

"seven days" Discussed on Meditative Story

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"seven days" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:25 min | Last month

"seven days" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I don't know where the i don't know where they get the votes. Nancy pelosi decided to hold onto the resolution And wait potentially until georgia certifies. Its elections so that wore knocking off can be seated now. That may happen this week. full certification. They gotta do recounts and Certifications all that had to count military ballots so warnock. It also could possibly be seated this week that still though leaves the republicans in control of the senate. Why because mike pence will be vice president and because pinch will be vice president the republicans will have a fifty one fifty senate And when you get to fifty fifty with cobble harrison sworn in on the twentieth then suddenly it becomes a fifty one fifty democratic senate. And then god forbid somebody dies or resigns early. you're going to have squabbling over over reapportionment and not reports but reports of committees and all that sorta stuff all sorts of wild cards could have joe manchin what he's which i don't think joe manchin which is parties by the way there's a lot of you know the last time this sort of stuff happened. there was all sorts of speculation would mansion switch would mansion switch mansion. I think is not gonna run again just given his age and west virginia but if mansion were to switch or step down. There's a republican governor of the state is over republican. They could appoint a republican sitter. That would switch the senate back into the hands of the republicans and mitch. Mcconnell events changed things you never know. it's one reason by the way in the senate where they get to these points. Why oftentimes there's a lot more behind the scenes. Camaraderie what you see in person on the cameras. Kind of a dog and pony show to try to play to the bases on both sides and behind the scenes. There's way more camry all the time. you'll talk about republicans interacting with schumer of the hallways I it's it's much more of a behind the scenes collegial organization. There are some who really dislike each other but a lot of them tend to get along. A josh. hawley is kind of isolated right now for even his republican colleagues Kind of overplayed his hand. Ted cruz was there at one point and has come back into the fold but by and large there there's cross party broderie behind the scenes and events changed things and they know it but it's gonna be interesting to watch others. Vote happens when it happens. Pelosi holding onto the impeachment articles She's not saying windshield. Send him to the senate but it's happen and the vote for the impeachment will happen here in just a little while before the house..

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"seven days" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:07 min | Last month

"seven days" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"And now they're about to be wiped out rapidly because of the renewed lockdowns in certain states and they don't qualify because of their current tax filings. But if you use sound economic data from the department of labor elsewhere you could figure out who these people are in. You can get them saved and ironically for those of us who were georgia. It would benefit us as much as some other states because georgia We've seen very limited economic decline in terms of take home. Pay the rate of decline in take home. Pay for georgia was a tenth of a percent. Some states saw double digit percentages declined. And take home pay. They gotta do something for the people you know right now. It's it's a buddy of mine is reminded me the borstal sports effort. I just i. I don't i'm not i don't keep up with the laws word stuff but i've barstool. Sports has penetrated Zeitgeist so to speak. And they're everywhere. They finally were able to get on of the. Today show highlighted how. They're helping small businesses. They're raising money. They're bailing out small businesses. And it's a private group that has stepped up to do that. Other private groups are doing the same sort of stuff. Marshall is really doing a lot of it and a lot of it is because the government itself has failed to do it's job the republicans and democrats alike have been so entangled with partisanship now That they are. They're struggling to come up with a solution and this two thousand dollar check for. Everybody doesn't sound like a good solution to me particularly with it may bypass people who've had a massive change in economic fortune. And he's going to go to some people. Don't really need the money now. I hope those people will give the money to those who need it. Give it to a church or local charitable organization helping the local homeless opened. The local bore the number of people in this country. Though who are now having to go to food banks for food because they don't have the income when they used to not have to do that. Food banks are struggling. I mean honestly. Y'all should need to be donated to your local food bank. Call him and ask him if they needed anything. I suspect they're going to tell you they got a real need it. If you haven't been impacted by the virus you might want to consider stepping up your charitable donations but whole idea of a two thousand dollar check just to anyone who makes up to a certain amount of money it seems like a misappropriation and i know listen. Republicans and democrats alike love to throw money at problems. And i think we're about to see a lot of republicans get rid of fiscal responsibility. Just start throwing money at stuff..

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"seven days" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:30 min | 6 months ago

"seven days" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

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"seven days" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"seven days" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"I got a call from my editor at six o'clock on Monday morning saying, have you seen this video Gina? Barton is a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. And by then less than twelve hours after the shooting the video police officer shooting Jacob, late with already all over social media. Gene has been covering the protests in Kenosha Wisconsin since the footage came out of an officer shooting Jacob Blake in the back seven times while his children were in the car, their response was almost immediate. People in started taking to the streets. What I've been finding is that during the day things have been pretty palm families are out there. Younger people are out there all different races ages. But then when the sun goes down, you start getting. Different groups of people who seem to be interested in causing conflict and chaos. SORTA the courthouse is literally on fire on fire now is the Kenosha county courthouse? This conflict and chaos has been heightened by so-called. Members who say they're trying to protect life and property in Kenosha in does you can see them walking around the city armed? I think. The more guns that are in a volatile situation, the more likely it is that someone's going to be seriously hurt and that is what we saw on Tuesday. When a seventeen year old who? Considered himself. Some sort of militia member ended up shooting three people, two of them fatally. Gina Barton says covering the events of the last week in southeastern Wisconsin has meant keeping track of constantly shifting stories and leaders who don't seem to agree about what happened and what should happen next on the ground. You have not only can Osha Police Kenosha Sheriff's Department National Guard now National Guard from several states. And police from some of the different small communities around Wisconsin coming into help as well, and it seems like even they don't have.

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Before it's too late. Pretty really really going there. But I mean that's about a personal testimonies. You can get it's very personal. And the reason that Democrats are so focused on healthcare is that it's an issue that voters really care about back in twenty sixteen Republicans talked about repealing replacing the Affordable Care Act voters hated the Affordable Care Act. They wanted something better Republicans get into power voters. The what the replacement would be and that they don't like it. And they shouldn't we realize that while they're not crazy about the ACA. They like it better than what Republicans were putting forward. And now Healthcare's become a Republican problem. We've seen a lot of Republican candidates with constant governor. And in Missouri Senate candidate there Holly all of a sudden coming around talking about how they'll protect preexisting conditions. I mean, this is an issue that is personal for a lot of people. And it's been amazing. Just all the candidates who suddenly have relatives who have pre existing conditions that are being paraded out to save covering the healthcare fight for majority of Mike adult careers journalist watching this as whiplash inducing. I mean here news today in Idaho, deep red, Idaho. Governor Butch otter wants to expand Medicaid now. There's there's a ballot initiative there's a bunch of red states ballot Medicaid expansion. This was like such a slam dunk for Republicans for years, and they must be thinking themselves like what the hell I mean last year happened. What happened was the Republicans actually had the electoral numbers to be able to do something about it and people stood up. They force Republicans actually backtrack on that message. And they heard that. And so yeah, people like Susan Collins list, the most proud she's ever taken. Against repeal. But you also have people in deep red states people like Scott Walker now running ads saying that they are going to be the best suited to to help those with pre existing conditions. Have you heard this from voters on the trail healthcare? Exactly voters are really motivated around healthcare. It's one of the top policy issues. You see that's even almost foremost than taxes or anything else that that has been another theme throughout this campaign season. Jenna Johnson stead Herndon? Thank you both. If it's Tuesday that means there's a new episode of our podcast, out wise is happening. This week's guest truly blew my mind, which if you listen, you'll be able to tell I keep saying, wow. Wow. That's wild. Michael Tessler breaks down the narrative, the rise of identity. Politics began with the election of Donald Trump. When reality shows there's much more to that story. You can check it out on apple podcasts or anywhere else. And here's a fun bonus. While you're downloading that you should also in my humble opinion. Check out the first two episode.

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Christie. This political moment is dominated by one side that is intent on selling intolerance and suspicion fear and hatred. And the only antidote is to fight that fire with water to, cultivate, the values of compassion, of empathy and solidarity in Americans have opportunity in just seven days to make it clear what our values are. That's next. With seven days ago until election day. Donald Trump is planning on holding at least eleven rallies in eight states, Missouri twice West Virginia, Montana, Indiana twice, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida twice the takeaways. The White House appears to give it up on the house at least in the deployment of the president in exchange for making every effort to retain a Republican majority in the Senate. But in this last effort short up there Senate chances the White House seems to have overlooked rezone, oddly enough democrat Cureton cinema is up by six points or Republican Martha mcsally new NBC news poll here talk about the state of that raise and others Johnson natural political correspond to the Washington Post and stead earned in national political politics veneer general start with you very busy schedule from the president. And does seem very Senate focused that AirAsia polling result is I think the first really good polling number and centers for Democrats in a while. Interesting to me, he's not going there. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, Democrats were kinda getting nerve. There after so much early momentum. They felt like things were really, narrowing and Arizona's a place that they would really love to win. Now. The polls are showing up. But again, this is all going to come down to which boaters actually show up in vote in early voting on election day in Arizona. The voters who are likely to make a difference are Latino voters a winning independence all the sorts of voters who have been rather appalled by things that the president has said and done and everything that's been happening. The last couple of weeks, you would think would just add to that motivation to get out and vote. Yes, it will be interesting to see the calculations in the White House when you look at their travel. Schedule is the present mobilizes base without the calculation of whether there will be equal opposite reaction. Exactly. And that's the thing that this house almost never has top of mind. This the president certainly has a base that mobilizes and he thinks that those people will be critical. Especially in the Senate like you said, but there could also be equal or even larger reaction and these places and that is what Democrats are hoping for in these Senate races. You have placed in places like Missouri, or in places like Arizona, you have populations of of minority voters of young voters of college voters who may not have previously come out in these midterm elections. And Donald Trump is holding a rally in your state a couple times in the last week before that may be the last little push you need to go to go from a possible democratic voter with actual, and that's why I think the Florida the Florida visit for twice interesting, though, there states the other states that he's going to West Virginia. It's well, that's thirty points, Florida one by few points. It's not clear that sending the president of Florida at this moment is obviously net positive, and you have the opposite happening on Gillam side. He's bringing out President Obama on Friday. You have the kind of dual forks is the dual coalitions, and we'll see who really. He makes the move there. Early voting shows folks are up in there is there, but you have to wonder if that's coming from the general election population. And these are people who voted either way the vote being new voters people mobilize who may not have come out previously, Geno. One of the laser like focus of Democrats in every healthcare. Remarkable. How consistent messaging has been John tester who pull up three points today. Matt Rosendahl insurance Commissioner just cut. I think probably the most striking healthcare out of the cyclone plant and get your thoughts. Take listen. I was nine years old when my fingers this parents. For the hospital because our healthcare didn't cover was junk insurance. Thank God, Montana. Got rid of junk healthcare plans a long time ago until our insurance Commissioner Rosendo L, let them back. Also pushing allow Shire's coverage for pre existing conditions Jon tester and prove this message because it's something Montana voters.

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All In with Chris Hayes

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Thing tonight. You may remember thing we did here last week about Donald Trump and a Saudi arms deal that was originally going to create forty thousand jobs, but then every time Trump talked about it. He jacked up that number. I worked very hard to get the order for the military one hundred ten billion dollars. I believe it's a largest order ever made. It's four hundred and fifty thousand jobs, they have a tremendous order hundred ten billion dollars every country in the world wanted a piece of that auto gets five hundred thousand jobs, we have four hundred fifty billion dollars worth of things order from a very rich country Saudi Arabia six hundred thousand jobs, maybe more than that. This is quick and various things ordered from Saudi Arabia four hundred and fifty billion dollars. I think it's over a million jobs. I think that's over a million jobs million to over a million jobs as we said last week all the numbers he had there are questionable. And so today got to that question. How many jobs with the arms deal actually, create the answer is somewhere between zero and a million or over a million. And that's thing to in sixty seconds. So after President Trump said the Saudi arms deal would create a million to over a million jobs. Reuters set out to find out the real answer from the defense contractors would actually be hiring all those people. Spoiler alert. Trump's numbers and reality are not in the same zip code order. Saw an internal document from top defense contractor Lockheed Martin, which by the way is profiting off the Saudis continued war in Yemen forecasting, fewer than one thousand positions would be created Lockheed predicted that the deal would also keep up to eighteen thousand existing US workers busy. But all that's only if the whole package comes together, which experts say is unlikely letters also spurt smoke to person familiar with the planning of another major contractor Raytheon who said if the Saudi order were executed, it could help to sustain about ten thousand US jobs, but the number of new jobs created would be a small percentage of that. Now, you may be wondering what about Jason jobs? Well, I'm glad you asked in research, fellow told Reuters the highest multiplier for this type of industry with about three point two. Winters estimate about twenty to forty thousand sustained or new jobs in defense industry involved in the Saudi deal that comes to sixty four to one hundred twenty eight thousand jobs related industries, bringing the total again, only if the whole deal goes through which by the way, it shouldn't because the Saudis are currently starving to death to between eighty four and one hundred and sixty eight thousand sustained and new jobs of which the new jobs, Oregon, a very small percentage, we have a laugh year ridiculous live from time to time. But it's important to remember. They are in fact ridiculous lies. I think that's over a million jobs million to over a million jobs. Attorney general Jeff Sessions was in Boston yesterday. Speaking to the local warriors chapter of the conservative federalist society about the future of religious liberty. When he was interrupted by a Methodist pastor. One reason why the the I was hungry, and you did not beat me. I was a stranger and you did not well. Clothe me. I was a stranger. Well. Your. And you visited me brother? Bellowed united. All on you. Era for those. To remember that others. On price. Keep. We do every everyday did you hear that? They're the attorney general Jeff Sessions called that an attack. He said thank you for those remarks in that attack. That was a pastor quoting Jesus from the bible and an event about religious freedom after pastor Greene was escorted out by police another legislator stood up. And that is how it came to be the members of the federal society. Booed the words of Jesus Christ..

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All In with Chris Hayes

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"He has a no holds barred attitude of dividing the country of egging on his supporters of encouraging by praising violence against journalists. You know, all of this hyping of the caravan this this group of people who are fleeing violence a thousand miles away from us hyping that threat, I think had devastating consequences this week. But yes, all these attacks on Muller, the green light that he gives. The most ardent of his supporters to engage in any kind of conduct to tear him down. I think has. Results like this. There's news today about the Muller team re interviewing Steve Bannon and we've gotten a sort of drip, drip, drip of news or last two weeks as the office has been largely quiet in terms of its public performance about them. Zeroing in on Roger stone is that surprising to you. Or is that where you anticipated this going? It's not surprising to me. There are a lot of threads to the Muller investigation. And obviously quite a few of them have to do with the issue of collusion or conspiracy, the difficulty I think with the whole Roger stone investigative thread is he dissemble Roger stone that is so much and the people around him dissemble, so much sorting out. What is fact from fiction is going to be enormously challenging task for Bob Muller? It's one of the reasons why we urged that our committee provide the stone transcript to bubble or so that Bob Muller could determine whether stone was honest with us or committed perjury before our committee, but. Certainly there are a lot of suspicious communications that have already been referred to in public between stone and WikiLeaks with Gustav for two which was basically the Russian GRU unit that was running this clandestine effort. So it doesn't surprise me at all. But I think it's really one of only a great many investigative threads that Muller has been pursuing one one thing. I think it's gotten lost a little bit. Just because of the sort of drip, drip, drip of news about stone is stone was a very obvious defacto agent of the campaign and allied to president advisor to him. Should it be the case that he has found to have conspired with a foreign entity that would that would be the bar? Right. Well, it would certainly mean that elements of the Trump campaign work. Inspiring work colluding with the Russians if he was in contact with WikiLeaks or goose for discussing what would be helpful to the campaign. We'll be helpful to Donald Trump the. Timing to make certain disclosures, if there was any kind of coordination, then yes, it would be proof of collusion or conspiracy between the Russians and the campaign. I'm sure they will make every effort to distance themselves. All the sudden, they'll tell us they've never heard of Roger stone. They don't know Roger stone. The president is prepared to write off even his campaign chairman if necessary. We'll have to see if the trail leads back to people even closer to the president. Whether he'll ease willing to try to write them off as well. What is your anticipation? The country is in the midst of this midterm election. It's extremely fraud. I think particularly because of the way in which the present and the GOP of chosen to run in this context of what that lame duck looks like because all of a sudden the day after many things snap back into focus, and you will have the same GOP majority in control till the end of the year. Well, I imagine what will take place if the house flips. And obviously we're waiting with baited breath to see what happens week from now. But if it does it will mean, the Democrats bargaining power will be increased in the budget negotiations that are going to go on immediately after the election. We'll have a stronger voice at that table. My guess is that we'll try to clear as much as we can by the end of the year. So we can start fresh in the new year..

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All In with Chris Hayes

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Clearly, he believes I think stivers believes that king is probably making his job more difficult than some of these other districts remain competitive by being a face of the Republican party whose adopting these really appoint positions. But I thought what was interesting is. You do have stivers speaking out, you haven't really seen Paul Ryan say anything other than the most milk toasts comments. You haven't seen Kevin McCarthy who probably will be the head of the party wants the head of the house caucus wants Ryan, retire say anything, so steep king is still pretty entrenched in in the house. In Republicans still has this committee assignment. So we saw the tweet. But I haven't seen a lot of backup. It's a great point. And it's also true that this has been the case everyone's been basically mom over the last, you know, both the duration his career. But I'd say particularly the last year or two when it's kind of ticked up. You know, endorsing the the white nationalist Toronto person. The this crazy thing where he goes to Poland and visits death camps. I believe but says he sort of wants to ask the polls how their experience of it was not just the Jews. It's gotten weirder and weirder, and I think more offensive and we've basically heard radio silence from the Republican party. Yeah. I think because of Donald Trump, I think it's really I think Steve king has always been this person. He has always believed these things that we've seen signs over the years. But I think that Donald Trump has really given him license to show his true self, and when Donald Trump visited Iowa just a few weeks ago, he gave Steve king a big shoutout. This hasn't given him given Donald Trump any pause. And so until the Republicans get their hands around that until they realize that a lot of the stuff that Steve king is saying is flowing all the way up and down the Republican leadership. You know, I don't know how much good it's gonna do. It's perhaps not surprising that Steve king has sponsored legislation to end birthright citizenship, the exact position the president is as today, Judd, leg them. Thank you for being with me. Thanks, chris. Coming up congressman Adam Schiff on the latest truly unbelievable attempt to stop. Muller that story next. A special counsel's office has asked the F B I to investigate what appears to be a right wing scheme to pay people to spread false claims of sexual harassment or sexual assault against our Muller. The details of this is all just too pathetic frankly to get into but the spokesperson for the special counsel telling him you see news, quote, when we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the special counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI investigation. Joining me now, congressman Adam Schiff of California ranking member on the house intelligence committee, congressman I will start with this bizarre apparent plot to smear Robert Muller that is coming into light. What do you make of that? Well, if it's true, it's just another indication of how terrified people are of what Muller is going to report. There are obviously a lot of rumors that report could be imminent after the elections. I don't know how imminent it is. But clearly there are a lot of people in Trump world who are terrified about what the special counsel may have found what he's prepared to say. And this is part of this very underhanded effort to besmirch character. If they can't impeach his findings. They're going to try to impeach him. And so it looks like they were going to extreme lengths to essentially pay women to make false claims about him. If it's true. It's just another repre reprehensible effort to attack his character. I wonder if you think that the president's tax on the offices special counsel and our Muller specifically encourage a private citizens is sort of take matters into their own hands in ways that we have seen obviously last week with one of the president's most ardent supporters and the pipebombs. You know, sadly, I think that no one sets the tone as much as the president United States. Normally that is not a problem. But with this president, it's very much a problem..

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"People are finally waking up to the fact that Republican congressman Steve king of Iowa is a white nationalist. Now, it appears they're ready to do something about it today congressman Steve stivers. That would be the chair of the RTC the group charged with getting Republicans elected the house, all but called king. A white supremacist. Quote, congressman Steve king's recent comments, actions and re tweets are completely inappropriate. We must stand up against white supremacy and hate in all forms, and I strongly condemn this behavior. Corporate donors are abandoning congressman king as well today. Both dairy giant land lakes and Purina pet care pulled support from king following a similar announcement yesterday from tech company Intel king's own hometown newspaper Sioux City journal broke with its past backing of king and instead endorsed his democratic opponent janey Shelton and the poll suggests it may be a real race or Republican pollster last wing last week showed came with a big lead democratic pollster today found the candidates are effectively tied forty five to forty four. Influential cook political. Report has now moved the district from likely Republican to lean Republican now just about the only person who isn't calling Steed king, the white nationalist. These days is Steve king. Although he even he is hedging kinda king. Put out a statement today. Saying Americans are all created equal by God. No word on non-americans with king adding that quote attacks on him or castrated by the fake news. Join me now is think progress founder Judd Lega who now writes newsletter popular information in whose tweet yesterday asking why landladies gave money to king was re tweeted more than eleven thousand times, which probably got their attention. I should note we once again invited Steve king onto the show. And once again got no response from his campaign Judd, what do what do you make of this? It's like it's like the jar nays that you're trying to get off that you're sort of squeezing and squeezing and then suddenly pops off. Yeah. I think that he probably Steve king this bit up to this for many years, as, you know, go back, and you can look at his comments about immigrants as comments about minorities has comments about diversity. But I think we've hit a moment especially with the with the attacks over the weekend where someone who has so openly embraced white nationalism. The recent endorsement of fairly open white nationalist for the mayor of Toronto of all places, and you connect that up with corporations who are not just selling products in Steve kings district where Donald Trump won by twenty seven points, but across the whole country, and it becomes an untenable situation. There's also the fact that this I mean, you got the city journal saying that that Shelton represents the best choice in the fourth congressional district at Deloitte register talking about Steve king employing his family as year round campaign staff, which is unusual approach. He's he's getting. Outworked outhustled in the district right now, partly I think because he seems to want are sort of perform as US ambassador to white nationalism internationally. Yeah, he spends a lot of time traveling to he was just an Austria travels all around the world in each with these far right figures. He hasn't spent really any of his money on campaign ads. He hasn't been on the air. He spends a lot of his campaign donations of on his family. And so even though Donald Trump won his district by twenty seven points. There is this poll as you mentioned that shows his democratic opponent within a point. So I think anything can happen. I think you'd still have to make a king the favorite just because his district is so bright red by. It's a very interesting experiment of how much of a white nationalist. Can you be and still get elected in America? And we should note that their ads being run in that district calling him clan and Neo Nazi approved. He's getting out spout on the Airways. What'd you? I found this stivers. Comments today, pretty striking. I mean, obviously, they've known this all along they they know who the guy is. They know what he says. But the timing that was interesting, and particularly because he would be the person to sort of ride to the rescue with money. If it looked like king needed to be rescued. The cavalry is not coming. I think they were very clear about that..

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Election's only thirteen people thirteen thousand folks and actually filled out there absentee ballots as of yesterday over forty three thousand people had if you look at Texas they have had an increase in young voters of over five hundred percent since two thousand fourteen the Latino population has actually over over over voting right now is as of two hundred fifteen percent. So I would encourage the American people to continue going out to the polls to the polls to make sure that they are voting because we are at a crossroads right now in this country, and we need to put a stop to this hate to this hatred and racism, and unfortunately, the president is setting a tone where he's dictating. What is okay? And what is not? And unless we actually have checks there that the situation is going to get much worse. That's what I thought the protests were so significant today in this very solemn moment, Andrew because there is this idea of what he talking to the presence in anti-semite. He's Jewish grandchildren in Jared Kushner bunker there, and he doesn't, you know, put the idea that it's all interrelated that everyone's fate's around up and at the toxic stew that you spent. So much time reporting on looking at they're not making real fine distinctions in that world. Yeah. And there's also this very bizarre. It gets weirder. The closer you look at it, not only was Jared Kushner there today, Stephen Miller was who is Jewish who is also about as close to an open white nationalist as you can be at that level of power in two thousand eighteen now do those people hate Jews. Of course, not. But there is an overall overarching theory of what's happening in this country that has as its Lynch pin at the inner core of online white nationalism. The Jews are funding. This the Jews are trying to bring down white people in this country. There are a whole host of deeply mistaken reasons why that's so. And it's it's too gross to get into on TV. But that is a lynchpin of the ideology. So it's not just a random thing. I heard lots of my relatives. And my friends saying this just doesn't make sense this kind of beggars belief, and while of course, that's true on another level. It's also true that the Jewish stuff is part of the anti black sentiment. The anti Latino sentiment. It's all. Of a piece. Yeah. It's about that threat of invasion about that threat of threat to purity Maria, Theresa Kemar, Eddie cloud and Andrew Marantz. Thank you all for being here. Thank you tonight. The Republican campaign chief responsible for electing Republicans to congress has rebuked congressmen Steve king taking a stand against and I'm quoting him here. White supremacy Steve king under fire next..

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"I wanna talk to you about the president floating. This I think manifestly preposterous and almost insulting idea of unilaterally revoking citizenship because I think it presents a problem for news organizations at one level it is on its own face. It's ridiculous. And it's also I think -fensive and deeply constitutional, and it's also an obvious stunt, but there are real people who are worried by this and it requires some grappling with absolutely. But I think what the president has been able to do is basically create shied shows he has dominated the new cycle for the last seven days around the issues that he cares about because he recognizes that the in order to mobilize his base. He needs to show them red meat that red meat has been the caravan that read me descending close to five thousand troops from now until December to the border and more recently as of today denouncing birthright citizenship stuff that he clearly cannot do with the birthright citizenship, but it provides red meat and literally basically ensures that new the new cycle isn't covering the issues that voters really. Care about he we cannot go into deeply about the fact that they care about health care. The fact that tax cuts are not for everyone. The fact that we need some sort of immigration reform. This basically allows us to have him dominate the news cycle instead of actually doing it. And I think the challenge Chris is that we do need to have a serious conversation with what he wants to do with birthright citizenship, but it's unconstitutional. And the only way we ensure that we actually set some sort of border and checks and balances as is demonstrated by the constitution is to ensure that we're for voting in a different type of congress seven days out. That's what we need to focus. But let me just say this. I take your point. And I think it's largely true in terms of dominating attention. I also think though that he has miscalculating the majority of the country there is there. There's a belief that his base wants things like to be scared and troops standing guard against Honduras. Moms and flip flops, and and revoking birthright citizenship that the majority is on the side when it is not at. I mean that to me is the thing I keep coming back to the think this is a smart play or they. Or doing it out of desperation. The majority of the country in poll after poll stands four square against almost all of this. That's absolutely, right. It's just what happens on November six right? We're going to see whether or not people are actually selfish. They're looking at their 4._0._1._K's looking at the stock market. Even though the stock market is not doing so. Well, not if that's. Trouble exactly what some people are making selfish choices, they'll they'll hold their noses and and support Donald Donald Trump. But the majority of Americans, I agree with you. Chris don't don't support this stuff. But what we do. See is that the number of Americans who do are willing to do some very horrific thing. Yes. To say some very horrific things there date, many of them are dangerous. And so part of what Trump is doing is appealing to this darker dimension of American live. That's something that I know and some other folks, no, very intimately. And we know what happens when people feel insecure when they feel that their way of life is under threat violence is always near. And so we're seeing this the illusion of innocence. If just for a moment has been shattered. And now we have to confront him even though the majority of the country doesn't believe this stuff. But then I would Chris I would encourage us to look at early voting or I was just in Minnesota early voting as of last year lasts in the mid-term..

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All In with Chris Hayes

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Ryan has been dreamed has been dreaming about since. He was in college sitting around kegs. I think because the phrase particularly dreaming cutting Medicaid Senator Bryan shots. Thank you for joining me. Thank you. I want to bring him Maria Theresa Kumar, the president CEO Voto Latino MSNBC contributor and Princeton University. Professor cloud and Andrew maranda, contributing editor at the New Yorker, Eddie let me start with you. Dave Roberts is writer for Vauxhall. I really like I made this point yesterday that stuck with me that part of what's so unnerving both a nerve in strange about this whipping up the frenzy is how they don't the people doing it don't even seem to believe it. It's just sort of blatant attempt to manipulate there's almost a sense in which their play acting themselves as they go through the motions. Well, I would hope So Chris it seems to me that, you know, given the Trump playbook how he launched his campaign by describing people as racist. I mean as rapists as criminals, you know, they think that this playbook will work, and so they're using it for their ends. I think you're in the last segment, you're absolutely right there. They can't run on their record. They can't run on the tax cuts. So they're going to run to the ugliness. They're going to run to this base the mention of their base. But you know, I'm just thinking though, Chris that that's a generous read. Our politics for so long has been in some ways motivated by these implicit appeals to whiteness at what we see in this moment. I think I may be wrong here is that what has been lurking underneath our politics has now been brought to the Phoolan in instead of engaging in code speak coded speech in dog whistles, we see explicit appeals people people are now kind of trafficking in this in such a way that kind of politics that was once banished to the shadows up to the margins is now at the center, and we're going to have to figure out what this means for us. It seems to me Andrew part of what I find them worrisome. And I think dangerous about this is I think it's very cynical. We're gonna talk about this caravan. And we're talking about these migrants we're gonna get people scared, but there's there's actual consequences. I mean, the shooter himself said the thing the predicate the causal laugh. Step to take him from angry anti racist. Online to a murderer was the propaganda about Jews funding these migrants. Yeah. These quote, unquote invaders it has very real consequences. And so that that doesn't mean that everyone who makes some kind of dog whistle point about globalism or George Soros or these things that get interpreted. I think often rightly as antisemitic. It doesn't mean that each of those people bears personal responsibility for the actions of everyone else. But what it does mean is that they're contributing to as you call it. This toxic stew all of which is interrelated. So what Robert Bowers sees on gab is related to what the president tweets. It's related to what shows up in the drudge report. It's it's all inter penetrated. So it's not enough to say when I'm talking about George Soros. I only mean George Soros when it's on those people if they hear a dog whistle. You have to know what you're doing. Yeah. We should also say that the Republican committee is running ads George Soros behind stacks of money. It's like an actual ad that's going out there, which is not super subtle Maria..

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All In with Chris Hayes

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"What do you think about the president's appearance in Pittsburgh today was notable to me that no one else joined him, other Republicans and Democrats both? Alike declined to join him at that lots of people in the community, obviously protesting his appearance today. What did you think? Well, I wanna talk a little bit about the protests, and I just thought two minute clip from your network, and I was touched. I was nearly in tears to watch these individuals. It was not a typical sort of political protest. It was quiet. There was singing apparently, some people are observing their own religious traditions. And there's a sense that something bigger than politics is going on. We have to tap into our collective humanity. And it's not just about rejecting Republican policies over the last two years or what they wanna do to us over the next two years. Now, we have to rebuke the way they're conducting themselves over the last seven days of this campaign. What do you mean by that? What does it mean if they win this way? Well, it means that lying will have been successful. It. It means that racism will have been successful. It means that appealing to our most basic instincts will have been successful. But remember all of their positions are minority positions all of their positions are unpopular. So that the only way that they're going to be successful in this election is that people don't show up, and I understand it's a term. And I understand that, you know, young people and presidential voter types who only show every four years are not expected to turn out, but we can take this country back if we show up, and we absolutely have to show up last point here. And I thought you would appreciate this data point. And you talked about Medicare social security Medicaid. This is from one of our own producers at a Texas early voting. Spot in Texas, thirty two. Talking people suburban early voting spot today. GOP woman said she was has a sign for Pete sessions in her yard. That's a Republican voted straight are ticket. But was spooked at the last minute by TV Miller saying he was going to take away some security Medicare, so she voted to call Allred who's a democratic challenger, which is sort of music. I think probably ears. Yeah. And that's because it's true. You know, we are out there telling the truth about what they wanna do. This is not a rhetorical flourish. This is not a talking point. This is what Mitch McConnell promises. And this is what Paul.

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"That's just a fact now the Republicans desperation make some political sense analytically. Speaking fivethirtyeight reports today, the Democrats could have huge opportunities to win GOP house seats while the nine Potters and cook political report just moved to seize closer Republicans and four closer to the Democrats in Utah. Republican congressman Mia love is down by six points in Utah in Montana. Congressman Greg Gianforte the one who body slammed a reporter. And then lied about. It is tied with his democratic challenger. Another new poll shows, I will congressman Steve king in an overwhelmingly Trump and who district up by just a single point against his democratic opponent. We'll be talking more about him and his white nationalism later in the show all of that. And more is why Republicans are trying so hard to whip their base into a frenzy as democratic Senator Bryan shots of why today, quote, remember that we close on healthcare and corruption, and they can close with whatever toxic racist stew. They want Senator Bryan shots joins me. Now. Sarah. What do you make of this strange, desperate gross closing argument from the Republican party? You hear that exactly on the head? It's strange. It's desperate. It's toxic. It's awful. And what it shows is that the Republicans realize that all of their actual ideas. Both in terms of what they want to do in the future in terms of cutting social security, Medicare and Medicaid, and in terms of what they've done over the last two years in terms of the largest upward wealth transfer in American history and the attempt to take away health care protections for people with preexisting conditions, everything that they're actually four is totally unpopular. So they're left lying about what they're four or trying to distract us with racism and xenophobia, you mentioned healthcare. This is my think my favorite little nugget from this campaign, so far there are a number of Republican members of congress were running and competitive districts whose democratic challengers have been saying there they voted to take away protections for pre existing conditions all of these members. I think they're seven of them have then said, no, no, no that claim that I voted for that that gets four per Nokia's in the Washington Post act checker. That claim itself is ally completely invented that. His prompted the fact checker to tell them to stop saying it, and they have all refused. Yeah. They're I mean, they're just left with lying. I mean, Josh Holly. For instance, the attorney general in Missouri is a guy who's on the lawsuit to eliminate protections for people with preexisting conditions. I mean, the goal of these people is incredible. But it really shows that they have literally run out of ideas. I know how these guys work. They sit down they try to figure out what they've done that is popular. They run a poll they sit down with their operatives. And they figure out what they're going to talk about if they're at the point where they're talking about a caravan of people one thousand miles away of unarmed individuals if that's the thing they're closing with. It means that nothing that they are for nothing that they plan to do and nothing that they have done is at all popular. And that's why we're going to close on the following message. We're gonna protect your healthcare and their corrupt, and we are here to stop them..

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"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"seven days" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all in the word nationalism has taken on for the left this connotation of fueling antisemitism. Hate even violence. Protesters greet President Trump at the scene of a hate crime. As he keeps feeding fear to his base. I look at things. And nationalists tonight seven days out, how Democrats are answering the president's toxic finish. Then that's what we've got to restore is western civilization for the world. Tucker. That was fair to me. Why even national Republicans are rejecting congressman Steve king citing the need to stand up against white supremacy. And Steve Bannon appears for a second time before the special counsel when you see Muller with the conflicts, he so conflicted congressman Adam Schiff on the foil far-right plot to undermine the mother pro when all in starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris Hayes one week before the crucial midterm elections. The Republican party from the president on down is growing ever more desperate. Donald trump. The GOP have controlled the government for almost two years. But with apparently little to show for it. They are engaging in an increasingly reckless indeed dangerous gambit there throwing red meat to their most rabid supporters instead of running on the record today, the president floated the idea ending birthright citizenship as guaranteed by the United States constitution, something Donald Trump almost certainly cannot legally do yesterday the administration announced plans to send fifty two hundred US troops to the border potentially station up to fourteen thousand there because of migrant mothers and children almost nine hundred miles away coming on foot to ask for asylum before that it was Donald Trump's promise to pass a fictitious tax cut for the middle class. Even though congress won't even be in session again until after the midterms. But as the rhetoric gets more, desperate. It also gets more dangerous. It's only been four days. Since Trump fanatic says our CEO was arrested for sending bombs two leading Democrats and critics of the president and in Pittsburgh today people lined up to attend the first funerals after the horrific antisemitic slaughter on Saturday when eleven people were murdered at a synagogue man, arrested for that crime novel Bowers admitted on social media that he was motivated by a racist. Anti-semitic lie a smear about Jews bringing in quote invaders, meaning those very same Central American migrants. A grotesque sentiment reflected by the constant fear and hate mongering on Trump TV. Either democrat operatives in this country are working with this caravan or the drug cartels or both..

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