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wrists does its job naturally the undynamic duo democratic leadership senator chuck schumer and representative nancy pelosi responded to trump's oval office address with their own awkward parent teacher conference style rebuttal complete with a dramatic slow pen in the prerequisite overly patriotic set dressing behind them we are observing that president trump just use the backdrop of the obama oval office to manufacture a crisis stoke fear and divert attention from the turmoil in his administration. we are now coming up to almost three weeks of the federal government being shut down and that's resulted that said that resulted from this great wall deadlock between congressional democrats in the white house and after all the midweek speeches there are still my friends appears to be no end in sight. which means like a rabbit sitting atop a wall we need to start watching hallmark's. like
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. this one. as it gets to the bottom. of. what they like you know that i got. with. the. world order on the watching the hawks i am tyrrel been there and joining me to very discuss the great wall the shutdown our illustrious political leadership here in the united states and playing politics with our lives as conservative commentator steve malzberg steve always a pleasure to have you on great to be here thank you so steve you know tuesday night lots of a whole lot of verbs adjectives and rhetoric from both sides of the great wall debate but honestly did any of it really move the country forward or at least move
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this debate forward or was the really just the two sides sniping at each other well first of all i find it fascinating troubling and very curious all three that there hasn't been one poll to this moment that i've seen done talked about i would have to think somebody's poll that if it was good for one side of the other they'd be touting it by now so i'm confused that i don't understand his first oval office address and no polling from the public to see how they reacted so i don't know if he convinced the public i would say that based on his tone based on what he what he emphasized there's a good chance that he did reach people that ordinarily he wouldn't reach but did anything get accomplished absolutely not by evidence but today you had palosi and schumer and all of them meeting with the trump side. with pence in all of them and guess what trump walked out after he asked palosi if i open the government like you
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guys want me to open the government says with the pass all those other bills all the other procreation bills we open the government and then negotiate will you negotiate a wall with me will we will we get a wall nancy pelosi allegedly said no he said by and walked out what's he doing there if pelosi stance is no money no wall never then what's the point i wanted and it's interesting because it's me it's like i can find fault on all sides in this because again it's that thing that gets back to the idea that like look you're there to represent the people you're there to do the business of us when you're when the government shut down you're not doing our business things happen and it's working now one of the big critiques of trump's speech last night is he made a big deal out of the fact that the wall would prevent illegal drugs and other such things from entering the country but according to the drug threat assessments from the d.a. the majority of the drugs across the south was border are actually through official ports of entry so look we all agree border security is important we all agree that
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we you know we need better immigration and immigration reform so my question is is the wall really necessary or is this really the wall for trump is really more of a political monument to kind of his time in office that he want you don't close the campaign down and i mean what happens if we build the wall and nothing along the border changes except the five point seven billion taxpayer dollars measure and he said well that's a good question but we have to build it to find out look there are already wall fence whatever you want to call it along much of the border they want to fill in more sections and do we need it is it a good idea is it a moral well we should ask chuck schumer who's made many speeches about why we need a wall why we need a fence they all wanted it in the senate when barack obama was president so this notion that this is new and radical and immoral and oh my god five billion dollars they all. on of the wall they were on board for the wall and told trump wanted the wall so then it all became a moral and expensive and unnecessary so that it has to be said that it's to be put
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in perspective. look we get it does it really matter if and i'm this is it against you by any means you know i hear like oh oh it's not this amount of terrorists that come through it's only that amount of terrorists at all what's that most of the drugs don't come from there they come from here and yeah i know but but still in all you don't want any drugs you don't want any terrorists you don't want any child trafficking you don't want any women being you don't want these families encouraged to come in the first place and then a percentage of them get raped and the children get taken away and by coyote's you know you don't want any of that so sure it makes sense to secure the border that i think is common sense but i don't i don't see an agreement on this on this wall and i think what what trumps going to have to do eventually is declare a national emergency and that's the thing that i want to you know kind of hit with you next you know is the national emergency idea a good idea because look are we really facing an emergency or is this really kind
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of like ok i'm going to clear the some urgency just so i can show you what i want in a political move rather than what the country actually needs because to me i don't i just don't see it and my big fear with the wall at the end of the day and we disagree on this all the time steve i'm a big bear with walls walls built to keep people out they can also be used to keep people in tomorrow and i don't want to see that happen with steve i got to say thank you so much for coming on today ran out of time but always always a great pleasure having these wonderful debates with you thank you so much my pleasure. the job of being a police officer is not an easy one police officers working our streets and communities more often than not see the worst side of human nature as opposed to the best side the psychological and physical violence they are confronted with often on a day to day basis will without a doubt take a toll but despite that. but it is still their duty to put in more good than the bad they will see their job ultimately is to always protect and serve so we have to
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hold them accountable and while there are too many cases of bad cops and bad departments that doesn't mean we should ignore or downplay the issues and dangers police officers face when on duty for years traffic related incidents ranked as the number one cause of death for on duty police officers but now that is no more the numbers are changing in los angeles r.t. correspondent matushka sweet as the story. on the streets continued to pose dangers of their own a new report reveals that firearm related death with the leading cause of police brutality is in twenty eighteen. action packed thriller for most of us but it's just another day at the office for local police officers suit up every day swearing to serve and protect the local communities many times putting themselves in life threatening situations not only an unbelievable cop but is an unbelievable human being police officer jonathan de guzman known as j.d. was such a man forty three year old served the city of san diego for sixteen years from
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getting stabbed to shot at officer de guzman survived many attempts on his life while working in the gang units on july twenty eighth the twenty sixteen he was ambushed while sitting in his patrol car it's still to this day a very tough pill to swallow for anyone that knew him john a merino to guzman's former sergeant and friend worked with j.d. for the better part of a decade there was no. no better representation of the department than j. according to a new report by the national law enforcement officers memorial fund this trend of officers getting killed by gunfire is now at an all time high and the report indicates there's been a twelve percent increase of officers dying on the job and twenty seventeen forty six officers died by gunfire in two thousand eight hundred. gun fire took the lives of fifty two officers and in total one hundred twenty nine officers died in line of
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duty in two thousand and seventeen and twenty eight thousand one hundred forty four officers died on the job but i'm marino says there's been a shift in support for police which in turn is impacted how some are doing their job i personally start seeing a little bit more not complacency the training is still there but i do think there is more of it was a hesitancy that i saw all for people to really go hands on some believe these changes occurred after the twenty four thousand shooting death of michael brown in ferguson missouri which escalated to weeks of nationwide protests st louis chief of police sam dotson the third says the fires in the facts is a result of officers appealing hesitant to enforce the laws fearing charges and twenty fifteen chicago mayor rahm emanuel was quoted in saying the fight against police brutality cost officers to disengage which led violent crime to increase among officers like south carolina police officer michael slater had been convicted
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of wrongdoing in his case the wrongful death of walter scott retired officer i'm marino says the cops who wear their badge with respects are the biggest critics of those who don't have their hearts in the right place they make their jobs much harder and they're there bring in disgrace to the badge at those officers where with all other. so the question remains if any drastic measures will be take it to better understand what it takes to be an officer an officer j.d. years not a day that goes by were not aware and is bracelet or where my little one doesn't pray for g.-d. and his family the report also revealed the southern region of the united states sall the most officer fatalities in twenty eighteen with twenty four killings and twenty six accidental deaths as for the deadliest period in twenty eighteen wednesday saw the most deaths and the month of may recorded the highest number of police killings in los angeles and hottest sweet r.t.
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. as we go to break court watchers don't forget to let us know what you think of topics we've covered on facebook you tube twitter and your poll shows at our t.v. dot com coming up our very own topical wallace will be joining us live from the consumer electronics show in las vegas to look at the new technology that will be potentially invading our privacy or making our lives better and captivating our minds we don't it will stay true to what you. just in the house she's literally in the house she's in the house she's in the house of representatives and as you point out the camera can take as i offer her and this is the old trick where the media cannot resist focusing on trump they gave
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him billions of dollars with the free advertising and he became president of the state. the most important moments are when the principals of the foreign minister or president actually ask your opinion when that happens. you are on your own the young of the two you actually. have to say what you think. nobody could see coming that false confessions would be in the spot the wish to fall for a conviction. at any interrogation out there you'll see is a threat promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most comfortable makes them want to get out and don't take no for an
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answer don't accept their denials she said if i were. sat on a statement that i would be home by the next day there's a culture on accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with all the crime. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race and if his fearing dramatic development the only posts really i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very. time to sit down and talk. and.
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every year people technology corporations and consumerism collide an unbridled theory that you can. zoomer electronics show in las vegas nevada the annual showcase is a celebration of the latest the newest and cutting edge technology all aiming to drag a skipping and screaming into the twenty first twenty second centuries and beyond but with the advance of technology the question always remains are we ready for the responsibility of wielding it because for every great technological breakthrough like the internet diverse spaceflight. we've also seen the world. revolves as they brought to the world nuclear weapons and massive digital surveillance you see with great power comes great responsibility and that is why we
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said watching the hawks on top of the wall is to the consumer electronics show in las vegas this week to bring us the latest on the technological wonders that can both save us and potentially scare us to death to have a thank you for joining us today. thank you throw mud see our we're here in las vegas like you said it can go anywhere when it comes to. what you've been down there all day and one of the things that's that's really fascinating we've been talking back and forth as you've been kind of you know venturing around the the c.e.o.'s floor is the that you look at using technology as a means to combat school shootings or to just make schools safer in general is a super hot topic these days and you actually i want to ask you you know how are our companies addressing this issue at c.e.o.'s and in what ways are they are they attacking this issue. well there's a lot of different ways to sort of tackle that issue like you said the idea of
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school shootings or sitting in public places is a major issue obviously over the last couple of years and while a lot of the technology is is much more complicated much more expensive we actually found one that was very simple very cost effective and it is simply about getting the information to police. and i believe we have a clip. well it's a it's a little tiny device that one goes in every classroom or each building of an office building in every office and if it's up in the corner next to the ceiling it's it's why it's got the funny triangle shape because it's up in the corner in there one hundred forty nine dollars each so it's very inexpensive you the typical high school public high school in the u.s. you can. and you can. protect the entire school for a cost of about five dollars per student at. the time of those little devices that work that thing those little devices work out why basically picking up sound right
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and sensing what's happening around the classroom. yeah what it what happened was they were actually looking at a way to improve security for sound that's what they did is they developed something that could tell whether or not a window being broken was a patio door or a double pane window so you could tell where and in in the house that something was happening what they found out as it was such good technology as they found another way to use that and what it does is it can you can figure out by the sound what caliber of weapon is used what kind of weapon is used and as they told me a lot of this comes down to helping beforehand it's also saving officers lives because you need different have large different things whether it's a rifle or shotgun or an automatic weapon they can come into the situation with more information possibly saving hundreds of lives that's really incredible with you a little bit i mean that's a really nice voice i think what's also interesting is earlier this year you
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covered some really incredible technology and engineering behind the ocean cleanup and their efforts to eliminate the great pacific garbage patch i want to ask you you know standing amongst the technology of c.e.o.'s are their return because they're focused on environmental cleanup technologies like in the ocean or things of that nature. absolutely i mean there's a lot of things looking on biometrics and trapping things that are in there but one of the most exciting things we saw aside from your your typical just surveillance drones were things that could be used underwater and i had a chance to speak with one of the creators of these and also to a professional mermaid in case you didn't know those existed who uses. what is essentially an underwater scooter that you can attach cameras to but what's exciting about it is it doesn't bother the fish so they're actually taking technology into it not hurting the environment that they're in while that's really
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incredible really is i mean we're looking at the footage right now and it's like you can see it it just it zooms through the ocean and it's well and so and so how would this is so they just saying like the scientists are going to use this to move into the fish move into the ocean and potentially look for. right. yes and also for people like divers and that what we can do is get into the ocean and mirror these creatures without harming them a lot of the problems with underwater drones or scooters or any of that stuff is that they make very loud high pitched noises that are very painful to a lot of fish where this is so quiet that really they made it specifically so it didn't hurt the animals that are underwater so they're sting ray is coming right up to it it doesn't harm the m. also they're looking at not just put it when we put new things into the ocean that it's thinking about the life that's there not just what you can how fast you can go and where you can take it honestly looks like incredibly for me use to sing and
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write water. oh another one kind of. speaking of fun and interesting things to use you also with the audio auto industry now has been focused completely on autonomous driving lately and getting away from from you know actual physical human control but you actually found something different and see what what did you find there. well you know how cars have become more and more complicated you know it's not just a steering wheel on a sick anymore it's bells whistles things put on your screen all of this well one car company actually when i'm in a car company or a tech company and what they figured out was a new way to live cars i got going to try out the simulator and it's two joysticks amazingly enough and the whole thing is made. it's all about the pedals the seat. and all that you're seeing is being holistically approach meaning it's it's for a person and a person best so you have a very clean screen on it you don't have
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a bunch of sort of you know all these years but we do have is very crisp clear video of your rear view that that will adjust as you turn your head not just the car and also one of the exciting things is the idea of it being used to joysticks it's actually easier and for people of limited mobility it could actually be where driving with a steering wheel could be hard this is one of those things that could open up to a new whole new area wow that is really incredible i mean you know i'm looking at video of you in the car right now and the slate i mean it i understand too that they're actually going to be tested on this trip later tonight. yes they actually have the entire system which like i said you go in and you can adjust everything in this car the pedals come up to you the seat goes and they've actually have the entire system in an actual car right here in vegas or at i try to get over there and see it for everybody because i'll tell you about the demo was amazing i didn't crash once oh but it's all good here is good we also get so right be able to drive
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a lot better we also i believe you talked to manage schuster who kind of explained lot of technology works and all of that let's take a listen to. this in the surface and curse conflict it's a holistic concept of the field and hero that we imagine how the future be going to looks like. our major focus is not only thinking about. autonomous driving which is you know you know all over the world in this question. we are actually putting the human being into the center of our technology sort of technological innovation as. well because we see you know a lot of let's say technology from engineers for engineers. then we think that the average human being sometimes a little bit overwhelmed. of all the different features that you find in the car and that's this track or while it's just not using the functionality you so often
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in the car so that's why it's quite important for us to. yeah think of bollix instruments and you call controls. yeah and so we develop. a set of this think concept think the highlight is our so-called jet drive which are those sticks that you can see here on the left and right side of the driver's seat so this is a revolutionary way let's roll control of the car so it's replacing the steering wheel and apart from that you can then all systems are different and use a control systems as well as a mirror replacement system which is kind of place. you know that is pretty incredible i got to say i really was and i want to try that i'll put it looks like it's better like you said it looks like it's safer. you know tab speaking of safety
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and things like that one of the big questions. for the pick question surrounding all new tech is are we mature enough to handle it after walking the convention floor today what do you think is society ready for some of the products that you're seeing or is it almost like i have like tell she pointed out that there are engineering for the sake of engineers and not for the you know individual but we're ready for you. yeah you do you see some things that are a little scary i think there's certain things that are a fun trick but i'm not sure if they're really making society better and i think those things tend to sort of rise to the top you know the many helicopter ride of a little scooter helicopter thing that the dubai police are currently using was here and it's a little hard to understand why a little mini cop. that seems just whole bunch of bad things are going to happen firms many helicopters running around trying to get people parking tickets but you also wonder where the stuff ends up so lots of drones. but not
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a lot of talk about how to you know how these things are going to be used it's all sort of consumer and it's fun but it's right next to military grade drone. and i think you know we're wondering about our privacy and a lot of places actually there was a lot of tech to block other technology if you can believe it so whether we can handle it there is there's more technology out there to keep us safe from other technology interested but will definitely we're going to talk with you again tomorrow keep up the great work out there and. have fun driving with joysticks. i will try the bright side. remember about two years ago in late two thousand and sixteen when the mainstream news media much of washington d.c. was in full rush a gate frenzy mode and that and that bizarre story of an evil russian super duper secret sonic weapon was making dozens of staffers at the u.s.
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embassy in cuba sick with vertigo headaches ear pain even cognitive difficulties and hearing loss imminent story yeah well that story was a little buggy well actually it turns out that story was a lot bug yes much of the may of the hashtag resistance crowd new research presented at the annual meeting of the society of integrated and comparative biology in san francisco has found that the sound was actually more than likely made by the indies short tailed cricket cricket not secretive lot of your putin operatives. unless of course those crickets were influenced by russian facebook means then i guess yes crickets ladies and gentlemen so next time we all lose our collective minds of some of there could be a natural reason for things and that ladies and gentlemen is my show for you today remember everyone in this world we are not told we are loved now let's tell you all
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i love you tyrone and keep watching those hawks out there and have a great day and night everybody. u.s. veterans who come back from war often tell the same stories. were going after the people who were killing civilians they were not interested in the wellbeing of their own soldiers either they're already several generations of them so i just got this memo from the circuit events officer says we're got to act and destroy the government and seven countries in five years americans pay for the walls with them money others with their lives if we were willing to go into harm's way and willing to risk being killed for
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