Listen: Buck Sexton, Elizabeth Warren And Soviet Union Cuba Venezuela discussed on Mark Levin
"Standing firm on his demand for funding for a wall. He is going down to the border tomorrow. We will talk about where these debates stands and how it's likely to end that and more coming up on the Buck Sexton show. This is the Buck Sexton show or the mission mission is to decode what really matters with actionable intelligence. Make no mistake American. The Buck Sexton show begins. Analysts. Remember? Sex now. When people hear the word socialism, they think Soviet Union Cuba Venezuela. Is that you have in mind. Well, we haven't mind and my policies most closely resemble what we see in the UK in Norway in Finland and Sweden. Welcome to the Buck Sexton show socialism in America. My friends it is very much ascendant. There you had progressive superstar Alexandria Kazu Cortez getting the celebrity treatment from Anderson Cooper on sixty minutes. And this is a woman who has not been a part of a single major legislative Bill who does not have an idea that has not been said by many Democrats before her including recently people like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren there's very little that separates her from them. It's just she's young and telegenic and Latina, and they are very excited about the prospect of what she will mean for the Democratic Party going forward, and she dated fairness managed to be day about is entrenched Amos. Sheen politician as one could find with Crowley in queens race in New York City. But this interview is very interesting because it's a preview of what I think is going to be the central debate of the twenty twenty election of about the direction of this country. I I don't think the Democrats are hiding this anymore. They may try to soften the tone little bit. They may stick to things like democratic socialism. They'll talk about how we're not going to be Venezuela. We'll be more like Sweden. You know, they're going to have ways of making it sound less scary as most Americans don't think socialism, wait hasn't there been a pretty well established and long history of socialism's failure stretching back for one hundred years or so in the west and in the world, isn't that a well-established? Historical fact now. This is also where we have to be very careful because the history and the math are."