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70000 people, i'm speechless. this is my community. i spend every weekend on main street with my friends, sharing happy experiences and making memories. and i know my community to be a safe area among the victims, a long time local parade favorite, the milwaukee dancing grannies. they lost several members of their troops and an 81 year old volunteer. they received an outpouring support on social media where they posted updates about their members, police and will kasha have charged 39 year old darrell e brooks junior with 5 counts of intentional homicide, a charge that carries a mandatory life prisons and if convicted, he has an extensive criminal record dating back to 1999. in fact, he was out on a $1000.00 gone after an incident on november 2nd, when he allegedly ran over a woman who says she is the mother of his child. she told police he ran down as she walked across the gas station, parking lot, and brook was arrested on 5 charges,
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including domestic abuse and reckless endangerment, according to court records, even then he was already out on bon for an entirely different alleged crime in 2020 involving firing hand gun brooks also has an outstanding arrest warrant in the body . in an unrelated case where he was arrested and allegedly bail in 2016. the milwaukee da's office released a statement saying it should not have recommended such a low bail for brock. they've now launched an internal review into the decision for r t. i molly barrows? to join me now to discuss this tragedy and the motive behind the driver. we bring in retired jeopardy, marshall, matthew, fog and ed martin publisher, a pro american report dot com. thanks for joining me gentlemen. to be with you. horrible, horrible tragedy to see. and it obviously affected a lot of people in wisconsin state that's already been unfortunately going through some, some situations and different issues over the year. matthew, i want to start with you because right now we're ready searching for the motive. and it is as simple as he got and he was going to gun down a woman,
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or is there more to this, you know, and do you think this had anything to do as it was alleged by one of the activists with one of, with a group that this had something to do with the acquittal of cow written house 2 days. busy before well, it's hard to say, i mean, we know that america is a powder keg when it comes down to racism, whether it's what it is and law enforcement was outside. we noted there's a lot of problems with lot of issues there. and so right now we just have cause the rittenhouse thing to black last matter situation. we've had other students and since we're in this country, a dealer down there in south carolina acumen a walk until a tour, it's killing a bunch of folks. so it's hard to determine, i me, i wasn't there, i do noted details, but again, someone says that, you know, he was a modem because he was upset. i just don't know, i me. but if that's what it was they, they want to bring them. they're going to bring a full brunt of the law down on him and rightfully so, because you know, you can't just go and kill and take last just yahoo hanson and do it with powder
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keg. there were deal well and there is a panic and, and add a you being part of different conservative groups that have had very, very bad apples and been attributed. they try to demonize entire movement based off of one person. it may not even have anything to do with moving their actions on this. do you think it's right to pursue that type of talked or just look at this is an individual on himself or should it be a backlash on the movement? if that was the anger that, that motivated him to do this well, but scotty, that's exactly the hypocrisy here. is that conservative, say, if someone does a crime, they should be held accountable. he or she and what the media and the left wants to do is say that it's all about hyphenated groups. imagine, imagine scotty. if this was a kuanz, a parade, and it was a white guy who drove into it by now they would have probably had black lives matter up there. jesse jackson would have been there, al sharpton would have been there. i'm sorry, my colleague on this panel says america's counter peg with racism. that's just not true. what is a counter powder keg av right now is the media lying?
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and very importantly, we have out of control prosecutors and out of control law enforcement advocates like a o c. i use the term loosely these people on the left progressives are tearing our cities apart. go to chicago in the city on the weekend. you'll get shot. go to st. louis where i'm from. you will get shot and what the common denominator is. a lot of them are sorrows funded, but not only sure us there ale she yesterday said, we ought to look at the bail requirement. the da and know walkie admitted that he because he's a leftie, progressive piece of garbage. let this guy out and this guy killed 5 people. we have to get our arms around the real problem. it's not black versus white. it's left is communists to want to destroy the country versus we the people. and that's what's at stake. well, and i often to say, you know, i'm going to say to the next, every math, every but it's more else. i think it's evil versus good regardless of color, regardless of ever ceo versus going in. but there's also, you know, we see it on both sides of the aisle on this. and there are bad people on both
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sides in every movement for matthew to your response to that can if be looked at as possibly a reverse racism type of issue in this case that he was actually gunning down somebody and couldn't be considered a hate crime. should it be considered a hate crime? well, again, i can't tell you, for sure whether it can be considered hate crime lis. i've know exactly what his motive was, and i'm sure they're going to try to find that out. what the reality of it is, is america is look, i'm a u. s. marshal. right behind you see a scientist bigots with badges that with the new york post the, you know, right now i'm in a class action that has thousands of black u. s. marshes saying that race has destroyed dick rears when i'm telling you, if you look at all statistics in america, america, there is a real race problem in america who we go out there in law enforcement. how we treat people. all that's real facts i'm. that's, they're trying to say that, you know, you don't have bad and good on both sides. but i'm saying when you look at the numbers, all the statistics bear out that race is really what affects a lot of black communities and why these communities are where they are in the
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situation. they're in with these drugs and these guns and so forth. we could not go out the white folks the same way we could when i was working the way we could go out to black books, we couldn't fill the presence up with and they was using drugs just as often. so it is a race proud of kagan america, and that's what we're seeing coming are right now. we're seeing it all the time. now, i said, then, is it justified to have an action like this? if it does turn out to be into a have any action, is it justified because of why did the endless cycle that i guess is happening in communities? no, no, it wasn't just that. i would deal it with dan. it killed a 7 or 8 person and they took him to mcdonald's. when i'm saying you is, it just shows you that this, there is a race, it should american. what's happening in the more immediate talks about it, the more people upset the more people are beginning to see it on both sides. and you're going to have these and even written house situation. people wonder what was that all about? was that, was there a racial aspect to that whole thing?
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a why he went to black last night? a movie? we don't know. i'm that i wasn't investigated. i don't want to 2nd guess what investigators came up with. but i do know that there is a serious race problem. american, i've dealt with my whole career and is that we come in and to your perspective is we, we've had this conversation for is a race. a 2 way sides is a to a road right now, because you're seeing the reverse racism and you're seeing this guy if he is justified and going after a group or, you know, no, no, no, but either one of us is saying that it's ever justified. i mean, murder is murder, right. what i am saying, i know what i, what i think we should be saying is in the places where the worst things are happening to people. they are led by progressives. i and that is racist. i will say the student teachers unions are racist. the black and choose me, they and number, but they're mostly liberal whites, that one st. louis and that run chicago and that run d. c. they are racist. they're allowing people to be trapped. there is racism in this country, but the problem is the people who, yeah about racism and up the ones that are running it in st. louis. people are
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killing each other because they don't have jobs. they don't have education and they happen to be black and brown. that's all liberal progressive. the woman that's a prosecutor in the city of st. louis wants to spend more time on domestic abuse because she gets funded for it then, and then on violent crimes. and it's all black on black, so we have a problem, but it's not somebody driving into a a parade. it's the system that's put us in this place, but let's not lie about it. it's not white supremacists, it's not republicans. it's progressive democrats and yoshi and her ilk have what on their hands for all of this bail reform stuff matter. i'm not about liberal to listen to this, this stop this liberal versus conservative. you can be on either side to be a stone coal races. when i'm saying you is what i have observed in america, since i've been a u. s. bossy, growing up in this country. i have seen racism come from democrats and republicans court. it doesn't. 2 matter of course,
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bottom line is the institution is still the way it is, and it uses the let it go. so therefore, most of people that in power are white. you look at the u. s. senate $12.00 or 3 blacks in the whole united states senate. and you say, why is that? that's because racism i'm trying to tell you is structural is systemic. and that's the reason why i have a class accident dates all the way back to 1994, bringing up so many issues a race in the united states march. so that works on the u. s. problem of justice. and i want a major case in federal court that right racism systemic the u. s. tablet of just 2nd 10 seconds and 10 seconds. the 5 people are dead because progressives in milwaukee let a guy out on bail that i don't care if it's racist or not. that's just wrong. and the people do now are taken advantage of it. that's the starting point. usually it's black people getting killed by others in chicago and other places so we can agree on racism. but as to this, the crime here was committed because
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a policies that american should reject. ok, well matthew, and we're going to end on that because we actually can agree at least that, that point early for looks like that across the board. thank you for continuing this conversation. thank is now president biden, faced with skyrocketing gas prices going into the holiday season. and he's releasing millions of barrels of oil from the countries that will reserves, but will be enough for americans to face with high fuel costs that are pinching their purse strings larger. john hardy has more from florida. it's perhaps something to be thankful for this thanksgiving and maybe even an early christmas present for american consumers. the white house announcing tuesday, the department of energy will release 50000000 barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve. the largest release of oil in us history to combat increasing gas prices. president byte and said that he's quote, taking action to help americans deal with the rising costs of inflation by among
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other things, relieving the congestion of container ships. bottlenecked outside us ports, releasing oil from the countries reserves to help deal with the demand outpacing supply and creating a global action plan to lower gas prices overall in the long term, and reduce america's reliance on oil. and while our company, our combined actually will not solve the problem of high gas prices overnight, it will make a difference. it will take time, but before long, you should see the price of gas drop where you fill up your tank. the bad news is that it may take weeks before americans will reportedly see a change in the price at the pump. possibly not until mid to late december even thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel holidays in the united states with triple anticipating 53400000 people traveling this thanksgiving holiday. and that's up 13 percent from 2020. and while the majority of people are expected to fly, aaa says millions of americans will be hitting the roads and triple a report that
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the national average for down of gas right now, regular unleaded is 3 dollars and $0.40. that's significantly higher than the same time. last year, when fewer people were traveling or on the roads because of the ongoing cove in 1900 pandemic. in many states, the average price of gas is even higher like l. a fornia where it's at more than $4.00 a gallon for regular unleaded right now. the u. s. is release of strategic reserves according to president biden, is in coordination with other countries, including south korea, china, india, japan, and the u. k. as of november 19th, the us had 604500000 barrels of oil and its reserves according to the department of energy. so at least some help is on the way for new use, john hardy. now after the break, i did the members of the new york city council just prove the republicans right. and the reasoning behind the democrats and not wanting to fix the crisis at the
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border while we're going to seek answers after the break. with well, the panoramic no, certainly no borders under nationalities and users as emerge. we don't have with the we don't to look back, see, the whole world needs to take action and be ready. people are judgment, common crisis with we can do better, we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great, the response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are in it together
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with i saw a message from an unknown account because it had a selfie with my passport as its profile major. i saw pictures of my documents. it was they also sent a credit contract. if i had just 3 days comply with their demands to see if i didn't send money i, they sent up an online hate campaign that i was supposed to be a very dangerous man. with the recent written house verdict is a cautionary tale for many in power ideology trumped anything resembling justice. the jury thought otherwise. unfortunately, our leads when more times than not, they were informed by their ideology and they were pursuing a revolution from the top down
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with oh, when i was showing wrong, i just don't hold any world yet to shape out these days because of the attitude and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart,
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we choose to look for common ground. the new york city is on the verge of expanding its electric by adding nearly a 1000000 new voters and new york city council is expected to pass the landmark legislation. on december 9th, the bill which proponents have named our city our vote will get voting rights to non citizens who lawfully reside in new york city and are otherwise qualified to vote. more than 800000 green cardholders and people authorize to work in the city and who have lived there at least 30 days will be allowed to participate in municipal elections. helping to elect the next mayor comptroller and city council. they will also be allowed to vote on local ballot initiatives. so joining us today to talk about this new change in new york selection law, we welcome kerry and berg. somebody very familiar at a former candid for new york city council. thank you for joining me. carrie anne,
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you for having me. okay, so this is something they are obviously, you probably know the election laws there and you are very, very well. so do you support this law? and do you believe that new yorkers would benefit from extending the franchise to non citizens would be very important to them. i believe that definitely there is a benefit to expanding that who however i am not 100 percent in support of expanding to recall holders or citizens who are in route to become 3 car holders and become citizen. i think that we have to think about the legality of it at the council level. i know it just for municipal election. however, we do want to so incentive by that has been ship. so there's a catch $22.00. i'm actually shocked that we're doing this for and i have been open primary then because you would think that would come 1st before this
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particular green card holder. right. and i hear what you're saying. and one of the things that worries me about this when i look at it is, you know, your representative is supposed to represent your community. and when you have someone there for just 30 days and knowing how things happen, and we have issues with gerrymandering already. how easily you could move a group in, get the vote, say that they've, they've been there for 30 days and move them back out. that's the whole reason why you don't want to have that sort of transient type of communities being able to like representatives because you know, to that representative elect. but a lot of the questions come down to whether these 800000 non citizens, what kind of changes that will do to the character of the cities in the different bureaus in regards to the character of the city. i mean, these individuals that are here, obviously many are paying taxes, so they are, they are in they work every day. so therefore, i believe yes they should probably of. however, we do not want the trends,
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the nature of individuals that are here for a little period of time. and then they go over to, you know, new jersey per month. so we're going to have to really focus on ensuring that those who are fully actually have the residents and the delivery requirements. in fact that our board of elections can ensure that this is not gonna leave any confusion. i do realize that there are many re cardholder, right in my family, that work i work every day on a particular elected official, understand that that is something that we should be looking into. but i also think that we need to ensure that we're not open up the whole confusion because we know in new york city the board of elections is not that great admin election. you know, i didn't really carrier, i was just thinking of the efficiency right now. of any election board, especially in something as large as new york, i mean think about a 30 day process to get a new car, get it in the system, get it,
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make sure that it's accurate. that actually, to me create a whole bunch of new problems that could possibly why this person got their card in time. but this person didn't just because you're dealing with their bureaucracy in a big city like new york. that being said, is there any, have you noticed anything else being said to do, to try to make that streamline process more efficient to go along with this bill? so many times we put the horse before the card and in this case, do you feel like that could happen where you might actually have people, one person being given a chance to vote in the other, not just because the paperwork didn't get processed. i see that there will be confusion with this particular process. we saw that were loading, we saw the roll out of that system basically become disaster. i do not want this to happen in another municipal election where you're voting for the may or the comptroller and so forth. this is why i think they really should ensure that there's money behind this. and he also meet so kind of read the board of elections
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and take out the patriot, not system that exists in that particular institution to ensure that we are protecting the rights of all american citizens and non citizens. because we see with our election that sometimes people don't even happy and it might be going to happen. maybe we should have possibly open primary so that individuals who are citizens who are independent for instance, can actually vote for whatever party that they want to. i think that would actually make a little bit more sense than just jumping the gun with the green card holders as of right now. well, and that's also idea of knowing what exactly the party stand for having enough knowledge to look into, which i would hope that they would before they went to the running board box regardless. so as of now real quick, i want to look at other states have said no about it said this is not what they're going to do. why do you think new york trying to push this right now considering, like you said, the past history, we've had people doubting election integrity going in i'm not 100 percent there in
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why they're pushing this agenda right at this moment. the idea that maybe it will strengthen the democratic party, we will have more numbers on so that they have the support going into mid term elections and so forth. however, this is just them municipal law. you're not going to have a report holders voting at the state and federal level, so really only affect the city council and other municipal level elections. where in essence there's already a democratic struggle in the city. so i'm not a 100 percent. there is why pushing it, maybe it's a little bit of a refreshment. so hopefully i at the higher level of government ultimately. but again, that will be issues and you get to the state and federal level. it now and if a re, a trial for other states, i'm sure we watching very closely like they used to do. thanks for getting us here inside korean. thank you. so we hear pairs of space to bring hitting the earth. but
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what about an asteroid? well as, as launching humanities, 1st astro, a deflection test mission. so that 3 times fast. and in a scientist hope this very test may in fact save earth from an incoming rock from space. natasha suite has more on tuesday to watch. it's the action clearer and suspense of hollywood movies. but the threat to earth by hazardous stories is rooted in fact, not just fiction. that's why nasa is launching the dark mission and they're hoping just a little bit of redirection can go a long way movies like armageddon. reveal the fear that some of us have that an asteroid could simply fall from the sky, and the fear is not far fetched. but the question is, can scientists do something to prevent it from happening in the 1st place? some say yes, we look at the moon, we look at the earth, we see that it's full of craters, saw more on the moon on the earth. is of course, telling us that impact. so small bodies on earth, salma,
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geologic time scouts are normal. and this is the 1st time in history, we can do something about it that's for dark, comes in, which stands for double asteroid redirection test. the goal of the mission will change the speed of the incoming object, but ever so slightly, even as little as one centimeter per 2nd. scientists say doing it far enough in advance would cause the object to miss earth entirely. the objects for this experiment are double ashtray diddy most a half mile in length, and it's moonlit them warfare which measures about 160 meters long or 525 feet is roughly the height of the washington monument by comparison, the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs measured about 10 kilometers or 6 miles wide. it is correct that that de more force and did a most are gravitationally bound to each other so or orbit in each other. and so the wind guard hits to more force and changes its motion. there's also going to be a tug on duty most when the dirt spacecraft arrives in late september early october
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of next year. it'll use a ton of navigation software to deliberately crash itself into movement de morphis at a speed about 6.6 kilometers per 2nd. dart mission systems engineer ileana adams says this asteroid has to be fairly close to earth. the good news is that nasa can stream data back to earth before hitting the asteroid when we approach it. it has to be at such an angle that it gets lit by the sun because we will see if it's bastards, really dark. we won't be able to see it and won't be able to head using smart navigation. and hollywood caught wind of nasa's dirt mission and are basing a fictional movie on it or movies about 3 scientists. he tried desperately to warn the planet of impending doomsday. comet and are ignored or movies made up. it's a comedy. but in fact, the brilliant scientists at nasa are actually launching a mission, but back to reality, nasa says this test in particular is very telling me that since these asteroids are the most common near earth and reportedly the oldest scientist to say these fine
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mixtures of rock and metal are 4500000000 years old for me before on the planets came into existence. european space agency is expected to send another aircraft to the asteroids in 2024 at nasa is launching the dirt mission late tuesday from the vandenberg space for space in california reporting from los angeles and suites. our team. thanks for watching. calculate. ah. who are all driven by dreamers shaped banks? 10 percent of those with
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there's sinks. we dare to ask a building because right on police report, if you can in december 2020, a group of anti fascists allowed a film crew access for 3 months for people organization. if an idea that you must be opposed that channel out the gate while they may kill that basis, but they can say what they believe in. we believe in helping our community. we believe that fascism is one of the major threats to united states has gotten proven . this is a chance to see who on t for really are in order for me to extract my 1st amendment right. and say that my life matter, i have to be on to the t for the that's all america. we can't charge the police, we chance was the government. we can't. anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves in. oh,
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is your media a reflection of reality? in the world transformed what will make you feel safe? isolation for community. are you going the right way? where are you being led somewhere? which direction? what is true? what is great? in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah
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a lower that done or got it. but what's good for food market that's not good for the global economy. ah. were experiencing the stronger economic recovery in the world, president biden praises the u. s. economy, while the oil price source, despite his order to release millions of barrels from strategic reserves, it's all adding to mass public anger of a spiraling inflation. inflation is, is rising, might not be seeing as much progress as fast as we would like, based on the promises that he may be pushing a pupil. he blockers on children, a health care will civil our in the u. k. claims of state funded clinic as treating girls who don't like pink ribbons old doles to be gender confused for in the program, we speak to a former transgender who sees the practice as abuse to actually child abuse with
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