Bernie Sanders, Senate, Cory Booker discussed on Glenn Beck


So Michael just pull away from the declaration here for just a second talk to a little bit about Bernie Sanders. And and you must know Joe Biden real well as well not nearly as well, as I know my colleagues in the Senate, Joe Biden tonight, never served in the Senate at the same time beyond the fact that he was vice president and therefore president of the Senate I was for sworn in. But when never service senators at the center, okay, they're both. That's number one number two running against Donald Trump. Do you have any thoughts on those guys? You look as as between the two I see Bernie as having a much more contact with familiarity with the democratic presidential election voting base. Ben, Ben does Biden, I think Sanders has a leg up on it. If those were the two front runners, I suspect that it would end up being Sanders as their nominee. Wow. So I talked to I talked to a former Senator recently, and I don't want to give his name, but somebody that both sides of the aisle, really, really deeply respect. And he said what's happening with the Democrats? And he said there frayed he said, the the any anybody who has anything different to say than these revolutionaries. He said, they're not saying it at least out loud because they're afraid because these guys are wielding so much power. They're carry a very big stick. Would you agree with that? Yeah. I think that's right. I think 'ideological really taken to its logical conclusion. This is where the Democratic Party goes it shouldn't be altogether. Surprising. To us when you say want bigger government when I say when you say I want government to take on a greater role. This is naturally where it leads. That's why it's so dangerous. Interesting to hear your thoughts because you working with. I think six presidential candidates. I think out of the Senate right now, we we know about Sanders, but I like to get a paragraph from you, maybe we can go through all of them, and you know, a little bit. What would we expect from someone? When where I don't know. How do you look at how do you look at these as someone who has really inside knowledge. We're going to be doing Glenn Beck's two thousand nineteen NFL draft here just a little bit. And I have more knowledge than he does on that topic. So so let's let's high-standard can we can we start with Cory Booker. Because here's what he seems like to the average person a total and complete fraud. Confirm that. No, I know that's how that's how I look at him. As just somebody will say or do anything because he wants the job. But I I really liked the guy. I don't agree with them on a lot of issues have worked with them on things. Like criminal Justice reform, I met Cory Booker was the day. He was torn into the Senate believe is October thirty first two thousand twelve and he came up and introduced himself and said money's Cory Booker. And I wanna work with you on criminal Justice reform. We he, and I served on the judiciary committee together we frequently text each other during hearings, including an especially really contentious hearings will give live action commentary on each other's questions. Good sense of humor, really cool. This is exactly what we're looking for real announces air. How about comma Harris Kulla Harris is one of our newer members? I don't know her as well as I know Corey. She has a lot of experience in politics came to this job after having served in high positions of thirty in California state government, and she's someone who's very outspoken and seems to have a good grasp of popular culture, and is gaining a lot of momentum because of that all right Amy Amy closure, and I work on the anti trust subcommittee together. We've alternated as chair and ranking member of the anti-trust subcommittee for years, depending on who's in the majority we frequently will have conversations about when and whether an under what circumstances to have anti-trust hearings. Sometimes we'll do the entire thing by emoji tax back and forth. One time we decided to hold a telecom and I trust related hearing entirely through emojis. Marketable insight to the function of government. Okay. Let's go Lisbeth Warren. Elizabeth Warren is a law. Professor is Simone. Who knows the law really, well is very serious and very much at champion of sort of the populist wing of the Democratic Party of these days. They seem to be trying to out populist each other. Yeah. Left each other. Find other wings keep finding this one wing wing that keeps moving further in the same to run. Yeah. It's tighter and tighter, circle that that bird is flying in and kissing gillibrand. Here's gillibrand is very friendly. Always smiling always has something positive to say, and as an upbeat nature about her that I think will serve her. Well, as a candidate see, this is why this is why everybody gets along with Mike is because you know, he never he doesn't say bad things about people will look if we want to talk about policy, I can identify things about every one of them where I strongly disagree with them. And why they would not be much Royce to be the next president of the United States one that you. Disagree with the most do you think which one which individual with disagree with disagree with most? Let's see much as I love the guy. Probably disagree. Most fundamentally with Bernie Sanders that he is.

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