Domestic terrorism, MI GOP, COVID. Andy Schor on budget impact of pandemic

January 11, 2021

Michigan Policast for Monday, January 11, 2021

  In this episode:

  • Our predictions woop woop
  • Guns, bombs, and safety in the Lansing Capitol Bld
  • Michigan and the Trump / Maddock insurrection
  • Current state of US national security
  • Stochastic terrorism, gaslighting, and de-platforming Donald Trump
  • COVID-19 updates
  • Mayor Andy Schor on the financial consequences of COVID
  • Political notes + Birthday conversation with Frank Kelley (2007)
  • Transcript – Coming soon !!

 

Cover image:  Rep Dan Kildee and his Chief of Staff Mitch Rivard are safe after the assault on the Capitol.  Link in show notes.

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Our predictions woop woop

 

Guns, bombs, and safety in the Lansing Capitol Bld

 

 

 

In September, the Michigan Capitol Commission rejected two proposals that would have limited guns inside the building — one that would have banned all guns in the Capitol and one that would have banned open carry of firearms in the Capitol. Commissioners have noted a complete ban on firearms would be costly since metal detectors likely would need to be installed to enforce such a policy. ~Source

 

 

Michigan and the Trump / Maddock insurrection

 

 

 

 

Meshawn Maddock Michigan Sedition Presidential Insurrection Bus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Trump Insurrection

 

 

 

 

 

Current state of US national security

 

 

The breach is far broader than first believed. Initial estimates were that Russia sent its probes only into a few dozen of the 18,000 government and private networks they gained access to when they inserted code into network management software made by a Texas company named SolarWinds. But as businesses like Amazon and Microsoft that provide cloud services dig deeper for evidence, it now appears Russia exploited multiple layers of the supply chain to gain access to as many as 250 networks. ~ Source

 

The hackers managed their intrusion from servers inside the United States, exploiting legal prohibitions on the National Security Agency from engaging in domestic surveillance and eluding cyberdefenses deployed by the Department of Homeland Security. ~ Source

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stochastic terrorism, gaslighting, and de-platforming Donald Trump

 

Note: The date of this video is December 18, 2020
 

 

 

COVID-19 updates

 

 

Mayor Andy Schor on the financial consequences of COVID

 

Political notes + Birthday conversation with Frank Kelley (2007)

 

 

 

 

Transcript

Coming soon !!

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