Graham on Bruce Ohr bombshell: Just the tip of the iceberg
Sen. Lindsey Graham reacts to Ohr 302s that reveal the FBI was warned about red flags with Steele's work. #Hannity #FoxNews
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that the state has now confirmed 137 cases of a rare illness in children connected to COVID-19. Cuomo said he believes the state's discovery is just the "tip of the iceberg" for the illness known as Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (PMIS) or Multisystem Inflammatory Illness in Children (MIS-C). Watch his remarks. Opening remarks by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations on the release of the updated COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan [delivered as video message].
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, in a recorded message, said, "we need 6.7 billion US dollars to protect millions of people and help stop the virus from circling back around the globe. Humanitarian aid is not just a moral imperative, it is a practical necessity to combat the virus. If COVID-19 wreaks havoc in the poorest classes, we are all at risk."
The $6.7 billion Global Humanitarian Response Plan calls for swift and determined action to stave off the most debilitating effects of the pandemic in 63 low and middle-income countries. While most of these nations have low COVID-19 caseloads, their surveillance, laboratory testing and health systems are weak, according to WHO.
The initial plan has netted $1 billion which has been used to install handwashing facilities in refugee camps and other vulnerable places, and to provide countries with medical supplies such as gloves, surgical masks, N95 respirators and testing kits.
New transport hubs for delivering supplies by air have also been established, while nearly two million people worldwide, including health workers, have been trained in virus identification via an online portal run by WHO. CGTN Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, Professor of Public Health, on the relevance of the World Health Organization. Opening remarks by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations on the Commemoration of the International Day of UN Peacekeepers 2020 - Women in Peacekeeping: A Key to Peace.
"(...)The pandemic has required us to hold the ceremonies for the Military Gender Advocate Award and the Dag Hammarskjold Medal virtually.
But what the virus has not changed is the service, sacrifice and selflessness of the more than 95,000 women and men serving in 13 peacekeeping operations around the world.
Every day, our peacekeepers continue to protect vulnerable local populations, support dialogue and implement their mandates while fighting COVID-19.
They are doing everything they can to be an integral part of the solution to this crisis while keeping themselves - and the communities they serve - safe.
As always, they give the United Nations family many reasons to be proud.
But the virus is not the only threat that our peacekeepers face. Hostile acts, improvised explosive devices, accidents and diseases continue to take a heavy toll.
Today, with the awarding of the Dag Hammarskjold medal, we pay tribute to the 83 military, police and civilian personnel from 39 countries who lost their lives last year serving in UN peace operations.
I honor their memory and express my deepest condolences to their families. I hope that this medal offers them a measure of comfort (...)" - António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations [Excerpt].
SARAH, WE ARE GOING TO GET BACK TO YOU. BUT, FIRST, WAY AND ON MORE OF THIS BREAKING NEWS. WE WILL HAVE A BIG PART TO PLAY IN THIS AND IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE. SOUTH CAROLINA SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM. SENATOR, I THINK WE ARE BEGINNING NOW THE PAINTING THE PICTURES FILLING IN WITH THE CORROBORATION, NOT THAT WE NEEDED IT, WE HAVEN'T BEEN LONG HERE. WE'VE BEEN WAY OUT OF THE CAR OF THE TO GREAT REPORTING OF PEOPLE WE HAVE ON THE SHOW TONIGHT AND MANY OTHERS THAT ARE A MENTION. BUT THESE ARE QUESTIONS NOW THAT YOUR COMMITTEE WILL BE DEALING WITH. TO GET TO THE BOTTOM OF IT. TAKE THIS NEWS AND TELL US HOW YOU WOULD INTERPRET IT. >> THIS IS THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG. I KNOW PERSONALLY THERE'S A LOT MORE OUT THERE AND THE WORD THAT KEEPS COMING UP HIS BIAS. THE PEOPLE INVESTIGATING CLINTON WANTED HER TO WIN AND TRYING TO LOSE. THE PEOPLE WHO STARTED THE INVESTIGATION AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP WANTED HIM TO LOSE AND HEARD A WIN. THE CHIEF SOURCE OF THE FAISAL WARRANTS WAS MR. STEELE WHO HATED TRUMP'S GOT SO THERE A COMMON THEME HERE THAT THE INVESTIGATION OF TRUMP WAS VERY BIASED AND THE FACT THAT McCABE HAS SUED IS VERY INTERESTING TO ME. IT GIVES ME A CHANCE AS THE CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE TO LOOK INTO WHETHER OR NOT THE FBI ACTED INAPPROPRIATELY TOWARDS MR. McCABE OR WAS IT HIS FAULT THAT HE GOT FIRED? I WOULD LOOK INTO THAT. >> Sean: IS IT FAIR FOR ME TO SAY THE FOLLOWING -- ALL OF THIS CAST OF CHARACTERS, THE MAJORITY OF THEM WERE INVOLVED IN A RIGGED INVESTIGATION WHERE THE EVIDENCE INTO VIOLATING THE ESPIONAGE ACT WAS OVERWHELMING AND INCONTROVERTIBLE AND NOT BEING THE UNDERLYING CRIME, THE SUBPOENAED EMAILS THAT WERE DELETED AND ACID WASHED AND BEATEN UP WITH HAMMERS, ET CETERA, THAT WOULD BE A SLAM-DUNK OBSTRUCTION CASE. IS IT FAIR TO SAY THE RUSSIAN LINE IS THAT HILLARY CLINTON BOUGHT AND PAID FOR AND EVEN STEELE DIDN'T STAND BY WHAT IS, IN FACT, USED AS THE BASIS OF A PHIS APPLICATION ON FOUR SEPARATE APPLICATIONS, DENYING THE CIVIL LIBERTIES OF CARTER PAGE AND ALSO, SPYING INTO THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN, TRUMP TRANSITION, AND LATER, TRUMP PRESIDENCY, AND IS IT FAIR TO SAY THAT IT IS LOOKING MORE LIKELY EVERY DAY THAT THE TOP OFFICIALS IN OUR INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY OF USED THEIR POWER AND TO CIRCUMVENT AMERICAN LAW, OUTSOURCED THINGS THAT WOULD BE ILLEGAL FOR THEM TO DO, SPYING ON AMERICANS, AND USING SPIES LIKE JOSEPH SMITH'S FLUID AND STUFF ON HELPER, AND ALLIES OF OURS, AGAIN, ON A SEPARATE TRACK, TO AGAIN SPY ON THE TRUMP TRANSITION, TRUMP PRESIDENCY? IS THAT A FAIR CONCLUSION AT THIS POINT WHERE WE ARE GOING? >> YEAH, I THINK IT'S A PRETTY GOOD OVERVIEW. THE QUESTION FOR ME IS, IS THE REASON HILLARY CLINTON WASN'T PROSECUTED IS BECAUSE THEY WANTED HER TO BE PRESIDENT AND THEY KNEW THAT IF THEY BOUGHT A CASE AGAINST RAY CLINTON FOR COMPROMISING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION, SHE WILL LOSE THE ELECTION AND THEY DIDN'T WANT HER TO LOSE? I THINK THE INSURANCE POLICY IS WHAT WE ARE SEEING HERE. GETTING INTO THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN,