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"william keebler" Discussed on Reveal
"In february at a truck stop outside salt lake city utah lisa tilly and ryan has of the podcast bundy have come to guy in bill keyboard. Keebler blur has been involved with the patriot movement since the bundy's first standoff with the federal government in bunkerville nevada. He says he ran security there afterwards he he started his own militia fifty seven year old william keebler is known by the f._b._i. As a commander of a citizen militia group called the patriots defense force in june of two thousand sixteen that would he hit the button to designate what he thought was a bomb to destroy a building owned by the bureau of land management but it turns out the bomb was a fake komo undercover f._b._i. Agents had given him the device. He pled guilty to the attempted bombing and served time in jail. Now he's out on probation. Leeann ryan pick up the story at that restaurant and salt lake smokes and coffee real quick. They'll keep learn looks like a shriveling old ranch chand. He's got leathery skin. Smoker's cough says he beat cancer once and has had four heart procedures two thousand thirteen and i had a massive heart attack and had to go in for mercy open heart surgery. We're at a denny's tucked into the corner of the truckstop for most most of his working years. Keebler was a horse wrangler and hunting guide with his own company. We ease into the conversation. Ryan and i are just trying to get a feel for who we're talking to what we can and can't ask but it turns out gablers a storyteller and he's happy to talk all about his past. He's got stories from his time. I'm in the army bravo. Infantry went to a lotta specialized training fort bend when germany i'll l. ended there and i think one of the friday saturday morning i woke up on russian communist. Russian border says he also knows his way around computers. Do i used to do costa taster trish. They can't break and they still have nothing. I mean good anyway even says he has a black belt in kung fu fhu studied numerous black belt in four different styles. He says he created his own system of kung fu. You can tell keebler likes to think of himself as a kind of elderly rambo your own and i should be clear. I wasn't able to verify most of his stories but i also wasn't in utah taught to figure out whether he got third place in the kung fu world championships. I wanted to know what happened with the f._b._i. But i that meant convincing him that we weren't f._b._i. Agents raid to talk to people like you. I'm gonna be honestly it would surprise me. Both david pulled out..
"william keebler" Discussed on It Could Happen Here
"To hit live moving targets. Now, stick all this together. And what do you have it? Sure looks like you have all the ingredients you'd need if you wanted to cook up one ask kicker of an insurgency in if the second American civil war kicks off in rural areas, I can almost guarantee you it will start with a massive new push for national gun control. Kamala Harris, easily one of the primary front running democratic candidates in the current bevy of candidates in twenty twenty is outspoken about her desire to ban all semiautomatic firearms. This would ban the vast majority of America's civilian owned guns literally making tens of millions of people into criminals overnight. The only weapons left legal would be revolvers, shotguns, and bolt action hunting rifles, which are ironically, the very weapons outside of bolt action weapons most likely to be used in violent crime in the immediate wake of President Trump's decision to Claire a state of emergency over the border conservative. Trumpers like Rick Wilson took to Twitter to warn not that Trump might seize power that setting this precedent would inevitably lead to Democrats declaring a state of emergency of their own over gun violence. Once they were back in the Oval Office on January eighth during the CNN appearance. Parkland shooting survivor, David Hogg said this quote, if we really want to start talking about the national emergency like the president likes to talk about forty thousand Americans dying annually from gun violence is a pretty damn good one to start with. Last year. The Atlantic published an article by Elizabeth quitting evaluating the extent of the president's emergency powers in February two thousand nineteen Pacific. Standard magazine applied that to the possibility of national emergency over guns, quote, the legal infrastructure to Levy an emergency declaration, Gordon writes exists, thanks to the presidential emergency action. Documents developed by the Eisenhower administration designed to address such extralegal actions as declarations of martial law and the suppression of habeas corpus these documents could potentially extend to encompass outright firearms confiscations, given the scope of a national crisis now back during Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans police department ordered evacuating citizens to hand over their firearms to the police superintendent Edwin p compass the third later declared a blanket confiscation of all firearms in the city, saying only law enforcement are allowed to have weapons at the time. A federal court issued a restraining order to stop the weapons confiscation. So they did not go through all the way but weapons were confiscated. And of course, that was a very different time with a Republican president and a few hundred fewer mass shootings in recent memory. President Harris's semiautomatic weapons ban would have to be followed by mass confiscation. Tens of millions of gun owners will not hand over their weapons willingly. There are literally more privately owned firearms than people in the United States and half of those guns are owned by just three percent of gun owners. I'm going to give you one guess as to which part of the country. Most of those gun owners live earlier this year, Washington state passed a new set of gun control regulations. The restrictions are fairly mild compared to Kamala Harris is proposition in the new law is popular with the states liberal majority. Fifty nine percent of Washingtonian supported it. But most of those people most of those supporters live in urban areas like Seattle in conservative rural and suburban Washington people are pissed sixteen sheriffs have so far declared that they will not enforce the new law. Here's the Wall Street Journal quote. Sheriff Tom Jones of grant county. Also in eastern Washington is one of a number of sheriffs who have said that they would wait for the courts to rule before telling the deputies to enforce the new law. I swore an oath to defend our citizens and their constitutionally protected rights said Mr. Jones whose county voted against the gun control measure by more than two to one. I do not believe the popular vote over rules that. Now, there are hundreds of thousands of heavily armed Americans right now who see armed resistance to the state is something aspirational as a dream most of these guys, and they are mostly guys don't have any real combat training. A lot of them are probably just lar- ping playacting. But the Bundy standoff was proof that even Laras with a shitload of AR fifteen can scare the federal government in the face of a major gun ban. How many rural communities, and how many states would say fuck you to a democratic president the yellow vest movement kicked off as a suburban and rural movement in France a revolt from the more conservative sections of that country society against a liberal president and his policies. I'm going to quote from the New York Times here, the movement originated in may when a woman in Priscilla lit up scape, who has an internet cosmetics, business and lives in the suburbs. Southeast of Paris launched an internet petition calling for a drop in gas prices. She broke down the price into its components, noting the taxes made up more than half the cost in France per liter lead-free gas was one point four one euros on Sunday or about six. Per gallon. The petition went mostly unnoticed until October. When Eric druid a truck driver from the same area as mislead OSI ran across it and circulated it. Among his Facebook friends. Newspapers began writing out the petition in the number of signatures skyrocketed from an initial seven hundred to two hundred thousand now the yellow vest movement in France is not a purely conservative thing within France itself. It's actually much more divided than that. But I think it provides a good look at how inactive is movement can launch amongst older and more conservative segments of a modern society. I also think rising gas prices could very well be another generator of rural rage here in America people who live in the country spend more on gas because they have to drive further distances. There is a good chance that any green new deal style plan to slow global warming introduced by a democratic administration would include a gas tax rural areas, grow our food in a very real way that keep the city's alive and the people who live in those places. No, it just to say air traffic controllers in stewardesses had the power to. The government shutdown by threatening air travel. Rural Americans have something they too can hold captive in their case. It's the food supply. This would of course require a great deal of organization list of demands and political figureheads to speak for the movement to lend it a shape and a sense of purpose. And I can guarantee you that Joey Gibson the founder of patriot prayer would at least try to be one of them. Joey is one of the leading figures in the right wing activist movement that's arisen since the two thousand sixteen election along with the proud, boys. Joey and patriot prayer have spent the last two years brawling against antifa with fists and flagpoles, but they have also held numerous armed marches and full body armor carrying rifles Gibson lives in Vancouver, Washington. Most members of his gang come from either suburban or rural areas around Portland, Oregon, if you watch hours and hours of their footage marches and video rants like I have you'll regularly. Hear these people describe their constant bloody rallies in Portland as something of a crusade Christian. Holy warriors. Descending into a decadent left-wing city to purge of sin in the last episode. I played several clips of Alex Jones calling for a new civil war against the left. Joey Gibson just happens to be a regular guest on Infowars last. Member he joined the show to talk about Washington's new gun control laws. It's out of control. And I've seen the videos on your site. You should plugs. No place. People can find these. We're gonna put some of these ten full wars dot com. You're getting crowds of hundreds and hundreds of people in small towns counties coming out, and they are really pissed about this. They're really upset. We had almost three hundred people and county with ten thousand people in it. And they're extremely concerned a really upset. They're sick and tired of Seattle telling them what they can or cannot do the people just they just want to be free. They want to be left alone. And so I think this is the key in states like Washington and Oregon the keys to go around to all the counties that believe in the constitution, which is about ninety percent of the counties in Washington state, our conservative now, I've met Joey he's not a brilliant man or a likely pick for a right wing revolutionary warlord. He would try, but for my money, a likelier pick for rural insurrectionist warlord would be someone like Ryan Bundy you've seen Ryan on the news a few times, especially if you kept up with the Bundy standoff back in two thousand fourteen he's one of the sons of cliven Bundy the old racist rancher who masterminded that standoff with the bureau of land management in bunkerville, Nevada. Ryan is the one with the facial deformity? This has led a lot of people online to treat him as if he is a big dummy dummy because big. Guitry knows no political bounds. But Ryan Bundy is not dumb. He was probably the driving force behind the two thousand sixteen occupation of the malheur wildlife refuge, Ryan spent months jail over that. But he defended himself against the court and won some of this was due to the serious mistakes made by the prosecution, but a lot of it came down to Ryan's, personal charisma. His ability to sway a jury of his peers to believe in the righteousness of his 'cause right now Ryan is running for governor of Nevada. He's probably a long shot candidate. But it doesn't really matter. Dozens upon dozens of heavily armed men and women were willing to gather and put their lives on the line for his family twice. There is a weird religious crusade angle to what the bundy's have been doing based on a fringe Mormon prophesy, the fantastic podcast Bundy Ville, which I heartily recommend goes into more detail on this. But the short of it is they believed that they've been chosen by God to defend the constitution, or at least, they're interpret. Station of the constitution. This is the kind of nut bar stuff that I think a lot of liberals are prone to laugh about I don't find anything funny about the bundy's to people have already been radicalized into killing by their rhetoric in June of two thousand fourteen Jared and Amanda Miller fresh from taking part in the standoff at Bundy ranch drove into Las Vegas and walked into a cici's pizza with a small arsenal. They opened fire on two officers sitting in eating lunch killing both as they started shooting the couple allegedly yelled. This is the start of a revolution. One dead. Officer was covered in Gadsden flag. Another was covered in the Nazi flag. Jared and Amanda killed one more person a random bystander before dying in a gunfight with police now, the millers had a lot of other radicalizing factors behind the rampage than just the Bundy standoff, but it wasn't important step in their journey. The voice finicky is probably a better example of a man who died explicitly for the bundy's. He was shot. Reaching for a gun after being stopped with Ryan and his brother Aiman during the her occupation in June of two thousand sixteen William Keebler, a Utah militia leader in close adherent of the bundy's was arrested and charged for trying to detonate homemade bombs at a Beal am building in Arizona. So that's three distinct cases and four individual people who have been radicalized into violent deadly action by the rhetoric and beliefs of the Bundy clan in a situation where order starts to break down even more in rural America and extremist groups begin to tear at the fabric of our society. You can bet the bundy's will not just sit back and watch. So far, the Bundy family have mostly agitated around land rights, and what they depict as the struggle of American ranchers against a tarantula government. But they and their supporters are also huge backers of the second amendment if they were to organize even violently in defense of the right to bear arms. I think you would see them receive a lot of support from even mainstream console. -servative? Tucker Carlson is one of the most popular conservatives in modern America. Here's a clip from a December fourth two thousand seventeen episode of his show during an interview with a gun control advocate. The fact is we need to have guns, and we need to talk about banning entire classes of especially dangerous firearms like assault weapons. And I think we have to talk about not just banning them. But requiring the people allow the government to buy them back. Universal gun confiscations which are talking about universal confiscation. You're sitting a class of firearms would be any rifle with a capacity of more than one above a certain caliber. I mean, I don't know what the criteria are that you're suggesting, but basically any gun they would use for deer hunting would be banned. I would make a distinction between long guns. That are technically say my automatic the kind like my dad uses hunt and semiautomatic assault weapons that you have to go donors one hundred major meaningless distinctions, but let's get to the meat of it. What do you do to people who own sell them back? I think you think you at a bare minimum sort of find them severely for it and build an incentive for them to any for the civil war that would and take people's guns. I'm serious now. I can't think of any Americans I personally despise more than Tucker Carlson. But I don't think he's wrong about that. And if large chunks of rule America declared their resistance to the federal government, the state would not have a lot of options for stopping them both rural and urban America have seen declines. And the number of police officers in recent years, but the rural parts of this country are the only place where that drop in cops has led to a surge in crime, so rural Americans who grow most of our food feel increasingly isolated from the majority of the United States. They are already dealing with a significant breakdown of civil order, and oh, yeah. They just happen to have most of America's three hundred something million privately owned firearms. Will either?
"william keebler" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To be diverted from mccarron international airport as winds gusted between forty and forty five miles per hour with gusts up to nearly seventy miles per hour reported at the airport thailand's navy seals sale twelve boys on their soccer coach have been rescued from a flooded cave in far northern thailand ending ordeal that lasted more than two weeks there will coming out in philly weak condition because been subsisting on a fairly restricted diet while trapped in the cave system but doctors have said today that all healthy and in good spirits correspondent steven rights four boys and the coach were rescued today after other rescues the previous two days president trump is selected a conservative washington dc federal appellate judges as nominee for the us supreme court it is my honor and privilege to announce that i will nominate judge br brad kavanagh to the united states president trump says no one in the country is more qualified and he expects a quick confirmation judge cavanaugh vow to remain open minded on the issues i will always strive to preserve the constitution of the united states and the american rule of law but outside the supreme court democrats rallied in opposition saying kavanagh's nomination puts abortion rights healthcare and affirmative action on the chopping block jackie quinn washington utah militia group leader who pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a federal cabinet in arizona is being released on time served after spending two years in jail judge david sam said fifty nine year old william keebler had been a model prisoner and noted his multiple physical ailments including prostate.
"william keebler" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Nbc news radio i'm mark mayfield president trump supreme court nominee says cases before the high court should be viewed with an open mind speaking after trump made the announcement brett cavenaugh call himself independent and said the constitution and laws should be judged as written if confirmed by the senate the fiftythreeyearold cavenaugh would replace retiring justice anthony kennedy senator cory booker is worried about president trump's pick for the us supreme court she picked the one guy who was specifically written that a president in fact should not be the subject of a criminal investigation which the president is right now the new jersey democrat called trump's choice of brett cavenaugh selfserving booker also said he's concerned about judge kavanagh's work on the star report that recommended the impeachment of president bill clinton booker said those issues with cavenaugh don't even begin to touch on the worries that he has capital will rollback americans freedoms and senator john mccain is showing his support for brett cavenaugh saying he has impeccable credentials mark mayfield nbc news radio vice president and mike pence will scored supreme court nominee brent cavanaugh to the capital where the first round of meetings with senators on tuesday the federal appeals court judges nomination is going to prompt a huge fight in the closely divided senate democrats are worried that another conservative justice on the court could endanger the roe v wade abortion ruling republican leaders hope to get the conservative cabinet confirmed by early october about a month ahead of the midterm elections a federal judge is rejecting the trump administration's request to detain immigrant children brought to the usa legally by their parents for more than twenty days judge dolly g called it a cynical attempt to shift responsibility to the judiciary for over twenty years of congressional inaction and illconsidered executive action that has led to the current situation former wrestling coaches at ohio state university are standing up for congressman jim jordan as he fends off accusations he ignored allegations of sexual abuse by an exit team doctor brian shook has the details the ohio republican was an assistant wrestling coach at the university at a time when some former wrestler say they were abused used by a team doctor former head wrestling coach russ heloc sin and five assistant coaches said it's absolutely wrong to say that jordan knew about any alleged abuse they said none of them saw or heard of any wrestler being abused by the doctor and if they had they would have spoken up jordan has denied the claims against him brian shook nbc news radio the head of utah militia group who admitted trying to bomb a federal building on the utah arizona state line will soon no longer be behind bars patriots defense force leader william keebler has been in jail since twenty sixteen after he admitted to driving from county to mount trouble arizona to blow up a cabin that was owned by the bureau of land management the fbi infiltrated keebler organization and built him a fake bomb for the planned attack and costco is ditching one of.
"william keebler" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"To sixty miles an hour hail and blowing dust are all possible with this system now last night it was the west valley that got slammed this book i resident tells fox multiple mother homes in his neighborhood were destroyed it felt like vehicle hit the side of building our house literally shook the house was the wind was train aps as at the height of the storms more than fourteen thousand homes and businesses in buckeye were without power president trump has reportedly selected his pick for the next us supreme court justice the president will reveal the name at six arizona time and you can hear that announcement live right here on five fifty kfi senator jeff flake says he's glad president trump is pressuring our nato allies to increase their defense spending many of them are not pulling their full weight but the president makes it sounds as if they're they're supposed to contribute to percent to us somehow for their defense and cnn state of the union the arizona republican said it's the rhetoric from the trump administration that has him concerned the leader of a utah militia group who admitted to attempting to bomb a federal building on the utah arizona state line will be released from jail due to declining health patriots defense force leader william keebler has been behind bars since two thousand sixteen a group is upping its effort to defeat the expansion of the school voucher program save our schools there on a launching a window writing and sticker campaign today against prompt three oh five there is nothing more important to education in arizona than this november so we really encourage everyone to learn the issues done penance thacker tells fox ten that prompt three oh five won't take funds out of public education well more homes are being built in the phoenix metro area now than any time in the past ten years the zona republic says more than nineteen hundred homes sold in may and the pace of sales is eighteen percent ahead of last year let's take a look at your money sponsored by money matters with ken moraif the dow closing three hundred twenty points higher today five fifty kfyi news time is four oh two with.
"william keebler" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Employees at his house in philadelphia fourteen years ago it was the only criminal case to arise from the allegations for more than sixty women who claimed cosby molested them to the eight year old could spend the rest of his life in prison he will be sentenced in a couple of months in northwest wisconsin a refinery fire in superior injured at least injuring at least eleven people has now been put out mayor jim payne this was the worst case scenario this was the disaster that everybody had prepared for the good news is only a few hours after the explosion at the refinery the fire is out now that explosion happened at the husky energy oil refinery plant and sent thick as clouds of noxious black smoke from burning asphalt into the air tens of thousands of people were evacuated a four person team from the us chemical safety board will investigate world financial markets asian markets were higher by the closing bell the nikkei up more than six tenths of a percent you're listening to npr news a utah militia leader accused of trying to bomb a federally owned cabin in arizona has pleaded guilty npr's kirk siegler reports the felony charge against the militiamen had stemmed from an undercover fbi sting william keebler is a commander of the selfdescribed patriots defense force in utah he was arrested in two thousand sixteen as part of an f b i undercover operation agents posing as his militia associates traveled with him to a remote cabin owned by the bureau of land management which prosecutors say keebler intended to blow up the blm is the federal agency that's been in a long running dispute with nevada rancher cliven bundy over control of us public land's keebler was at the two thousand fourteen armed standoff at the bundy ranch his plea deal is seen as a victory for the federal government who has so far had a spotty record convicting the bundy's in their antigovernment associates kirk siegler npr news.
"william keebler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The new jersey democrat was accused of using his office to advance the interests of a longtime friend the ethics review began in late two thousand twelve and was renewed after the federal bribery case against menendez ended in mistrial prosecutors elected not to bring the case again and menendez says he'll seek reelection to a third term a militia leader in utah accused of trying to bomb a federally owned cabin in arizona has pleaded guilty to the charges npr's kirk siegler reports the felony charge against the militiamen had stemmed from an undercover fbi sting william keebler is a commander of the selfdescribed patriots defense force in utah he was arrested in two thousand sixteen as part of an fbi undercover operation agents posing as his militia associates traveled with him to a remote cabin owned by the bureau of land management which prosecutors say keebler intended to blow up the blm is the federal agency that's been in a long running dispute with nevada rancher cliven bundy over control of us public land's keebler was at the two thousand fourteen armed standoff at the bundy ranch his plea deal is seen as a victory for the federal government who has so far had a spotty record convicting the bundy's their antigovernment associates kirk siegler npr news on stock markets in asia shares are mixed lower in shanghai following gains on wall street the dow jones industrial sore two hundred thirty eight points this is npr news in washington support for npr comes from the lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the us.
"william keebler" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Viest wife plus this travel insecurity expenses arizona teachers planned to strike on for a second day on friday to demand more pay support staff and money for classrooms cage as e c's marianna deals as parents of an estimated eight hundred fifty thousand chiltern scrambling for alternatives the ymca was one of several organizations offering free or low cost childcare in arizona milissa henry dropped her son off a little after seven am though she supports teachers she has mixed feelings about the strike they deserve to get more pace for what they do with their responsibility is it's future are feature i don't think it should have happened this way it's very inconvenient arizona teachers have rejected a proposal from the governor promising a twenty percent pay raise by twenty twenty saying it's not clear the money will be their education organizers haven't said how long the strike will last marianne dale in phoenix this is npr news the us senate at this committee has admonished us senator bob menendez for repeatedly accepting gifts of a significant value failing to report them and for advancing the personal and business interests of donor the new jersey democrat was accused of using his office to advance the interests of a longtime friend the ethics review began in late two thousand twelve and was renewed after the federal bribery case against menendez ended in mistrial prosecutors elected not to bring the case again menendez says he'll seek reelection to third term a militia leader in utah accused of trying to bomb a federally owned cabin in arizona has pleaded guilty to the charges npr's kirk siegler reports the felony charge against the militiamen had stemmed from an undercover fbi sting william keebler is a commander of the selfdescribed patriots defense force in utah he was arrested in two thousand sixteen as part of an f b i undercover operation agents posing as his militia associates traveled with him.