The Occasional Show – Tony Southcotte – Ep.017- Human Echoes

Human Echoes

Human Echoes Podcast

The Occasional Show Discusses current events and the occasional word on Trump and his soon-to-be administration.  Shawn Burns geeks out with special guest Tony Southcotte from the Human Echoes Podcast

Human EchoesTrump alleges ‘serious voter fraud’ in Virginia, New Hampshire, California

President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter on Sunday , without specific evidence, that there was massive voter fraud in the election he just won.  In one tweet, Mr. Trump also attacked the media.  He also accused it of not reporting on “serious voter fraud” in three states won by Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Human Echoes“Serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California – so why isn’t the media reporting on this? Serious bias – big problem!” he tweeted.


On Monday officials in Wisconsin will announce a recount in that state, which Mr. Trump won, at the request of the Green Party and candidate Jill Stein. Mr. Trump’s tweets seem to be pushback at the claims among some Democrats. 

Mr. Trump accused FLOTUS  saying  that “millions” of illegal immigrants had voted for Mrs. Clinton.

[Therefore] “In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally,” Mr. Trump said.

A sign that liberals and progressives are getting under his skin, Trum rebuts the media’s claim that Mrs. Clinton won the popular vote. Undermining Trump’s Presidential-Elect legitimacy.

Police detonate suspected bomb found near U.S. Embassy in Manila

Human Echoes

Manila police detonated a suspected bomb found Monday in a trash bin just a few meters yards from the US Embassy.  Therefore, Authorities closed a portion of a major boulevard where the device was found. No one was reported hurt in the incident.

As a result two explosions were heard as a bomb disposal unit detonated what police described as a suspicious package believed to be an improvised explosive device.

In addition to Street sweeper Winniefreda Francisco says she called police after finding a cell phone attached to a bottle-like cylinder wrapped in black, with wires connecting the cylinder to the phone. It was not immediately clear if the device found was really a bomb.