Listen: New York, Msnbc, Alexandria discussed on Mike Gallagher
"A wall and the president is going to be successful. And I don't even say that with any relish because look at the people who are emerging that Democrats are enamored with again, Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Being morally right is more important than being factually. Correct facts don't matter. Wow. The governor of California wants to tax drinking water. The mayor of New York says there's lots of money in the world is just in the wrong hands. As as Trump. Continues to triumph with a great economy and criminal Justice reform and focus on the border and all the policy achievements. We've witnessed in the last two years. The Democrats freakout means they only go farther to the left. I mean, they love this young woman who was a bartender last year in New York, they love her. She's the future. Well, behold, the future here she was last week on MSNBC talk, excuse me. This was CBS is sixty minutes. That's a huge platform much bigger than MSNBC or Fox News. The broadcast networks generally have a much much bigger audience, sixty minutes. One of the most highly sample, you know, news TV news programs of our lifetime. Here's Alexandria, a Cossio Cortes, just a Pearl of wisdom from this young woman who was elected congresswoman from New York. One of the criticisms of you is that your math is fuzzy Washington Post recently awarded you or Pinocchio misstating some statistics about Pentagon spending. If people want to really blow up one figure here or one word there. I would argue that they're missing the forest for the trees, I think that there's a lot of people more concerned about being precisely factually and semantically correct in about being morally right people want. Pick about a fact here or a fact that you're missing the forest for the trees, I mean, I don't like to disparage people, and I say, you should take her seriously because he's dangerous, but she's also a big dummy. She was a bartender nothing against bartenders. But that's what she's apparently good at legislating is going to be real interesting. Even Anderson Cooper is looking at. I love the first part of that, Pavlina. Can you play the first part of that, please? And can we if you're watching."