Will Minnesota Governor Tim Walz Be Able to Mask His Lockdowns in 2022?
The Bella Dangelo Show
Bella Dangelo and the crew are joined by Benton County MNGOP chair Dan Johnson to discuss Minnesota Governor Tim Walz's prospects for re-election in 2022. Will voters even remember the lockdowns and the mask mandate and the effect they had on the economy? Will the truth of the scamdemic overcome the media narrative? Plus, the nation celebrates the anniversary of George Floyd's death as if he were a national hero. But what's his true legacy?
Gov. Tim Walz has promised more police reform after Daunte Wright was killed, but he'll have to beg and barter to get it through a divided Legislature. Walz explains what he wants passed and reflects on the state’s largest police response to protests since last year’s unrest — what went wrong in Brooklyn Center and what’s his plan for the next time police kill someone. And, nearly a year after George Floyd was killed by police, forcing the national reckoning on racial inequities, Walz confronts disparities that have only grown wider during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Support for Governor Tim Walz remains solid, vaccines, not so much
Support for Governor Tim Walz remains solid. But a new Minnesota Poll finds not so much support for vaccines particularly among Republicans. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
Gov. Tim Walz on COVID-19, emergency power, Floyd's killing and more
Six months after Gov. Tim Walz first declared the peacetime emergency, where is Minnesota in the response to the pandemic and what will the next few months bring? On this week’s Politics Friday, MPR News host Mike Mulcahy talked with Walz, discussing some of the pressing issues in Minnesota and taking listener questions from around the state.
08/16/2020 Education Conversation with AACRT and Governor Tim Walz
KMOJ's Community Viewpoint
Louis King of the African American Community Response Team, Community Leaders, Governor Tim Walz and Education Commissioners hold a Townhall discussing education disparities and solutions. The discussion centers on ways the State can get involved with direct help to students of color.
Riot relief for Minnesota? Tim Walz, Ilhan Omar say Americans should pay the bill! | Ep. 236
Bobby Eberle -- 13-Minute News Hour
Minnesota Democrats such as Gov. Tim Walz and Rep. Ilhan Omar want American taxpayers to pay the bill for the rioting and looting in Minneapolis and across the state that followed George Floyd's death. Rather that showing leadership as the Black Lives Matter "protests" turned into rioting, looting, and vandalism, Walz, Omar, and the Minneapolis City Council instead supported a defund police movement and let the city burn. Ilhan Omar called for the dismantling of America but now wants America to pay "riot relief" so her city can rebuild? President Trump says he will not support the estimated $500 million price tag that it will take to rebuild the 1,500 structures that were damaged in Minnesota. Trump said no bailouts for BLM rioting and looting. *** SUBSCRIBE TODAY ***https://www.youtube.com/bobbyeberle13?sub_confirmation=1
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan Announce $12 million in Relief Aid for Food Banks
Minnesota Native News: COVID-19 Daily Update
Since the pandemic began in March, state officials say about 300,000 Minnesotans have visited food shelves each month — roughly representing a 30% increase over typical visits. Additionally, state food banks are distributing around 2.4 million pounds of food per week — that’s an increase of 20 to 40-percent since 2019. So, in hopes of meeting this unprecedented demand for food in the wake of COVID-19, Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced $12 million dollars in relief aid for food banks. Walz and Flanagan made the funding announcement recently at the Department of Indian Work food shelf in St. Paul. There, they said that the 12 million dollars will support nearly 300 food shelves and all seven food banks across the state. Lt. Gov. Flanagan says the support will make sure “children and families, seniors, people experiencing homelessness, Native communities, communities of color and all Minnesotans who need a bit of relief can put food on the table during these challenging months.” The funding is made possible by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act passed by U.S. congress late March. So far, the governor has directed a total of $75 million of that federal coronavirus relief aid toward food security in Minnesota. Food bank aid is one of many efforts by the state to ensure access to food. Information about food assistance resources is available on the state’s food emergency webpage. You can find that by searching Minnesota Food Emergency in any search engine.