Mike Padden reacts to Tony Lazzaro's first day in court
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Attorney Mike Padden joins Cory with thoughts about the case against Tony Lazzaro after his first day in court and why the judge denied bail for Lazzaro.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Toni chats with Toni Lazzaro from Big Ears Audio in St Kilda, Melbourne. Toni is a big fan of Tony, having met him many years ago when she attended the sound studio he co owns called Big Ears Audio to record the audio for an advertising campaign she was producing. Tony is a fellow ‘Adelaidian’ and one of the coolest, loveliest guys you’ll meet. A professional musician, Tony started out his career playing in a band before shifting focus to begin his ‘real job’ in advertising and he shares the details of his interesting story including how he found his way back to music with his current band ‘Crystal Cut’. You can find him here: i: bigears_audio f: love what you do do what you love f: Big Ears Audio f: Tony Lazzaro Spotify: Crystal Cut W: bigearsaudio.com.au Stay up date with Toni and Co. at https://linktr.ee/toniandcostylingproduction This podcast is sponsored by Gale Street Studios, Art Bar & Holtsee https://galestreetstudios.com https://artbar.com.au https://holtseeaustralia.com
Republican strategist // Big Tent Republicans PAC Founder TONY LAZZARO
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FBI WORKING HARD TO STOP ELECTION MEDDLING, VOTER FRAUD, THE DIRECTOR TELLS FOX NEWSFBI Director Christopher Wray tells Fox News’ Brett Baier that the American people can trust the voting system as they prepare for the next presidential election in November. “Our election infrastructure, certainly for an adversary to meddle with vote count, would be extremely difficult to achieve,” Wray said. “But that doesn't mean that there aren’t lots of other ways in which foreign adversaries have tried to interfere.” In an interview that aired on "Special Report," Wray points to Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, which was the basis for the Mueller report. Wray says “misinformation and false influence” are the two biggest threats the American voter faces. The investigation also further prompted the Department of Justice (DOJ) to initiate other inquiries into the origins of the Russia investigation, known as the Durham probe.