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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Offer. Let them know I sent you to help support the show. We really appreciate it all right moving on so yesterday. The squad had a presser and let me just discuss I I but the squad some of the things they said that are outrageous. I don't WanNa play the whole thing because it's were moments of it that were just bizarre but Ion Presley who is a congresswoman and probably the lease known member of the squad from Massachusetts based on name I._D.. I added Presley opened up by talking about how powerful these four Democrat congresswoman are saying the squad is powerful and it's large well. There's some polling out there that seems to indicate quite the opposite ladies and Gentlemen Bongino Dot Com in the show today. Please read it out. Internal Poll Reveals A._O._C. Omar Wildly Unpopular Ladies and gentlemen the squad which is for some reason decided they were going to attack Donald Trump with bizarre racism charges. Listen whether you like the tweets or don't like the tweets abet the president going back with worded differently I would no-one said yesterday on the five. No one wants to be called. The racist folks okay. You know I don't buy into all these charges of forty chessel with no one wants to be called. The racist having said that the president is categorically not a racist that is an absurd comment. I've met the presence you stupid but the media feeds off it but A._F._C. and ianna Presley Ilhan Omar and Rashid to leave indicating it. They have some kind of political power. They may have some messaging power on twitter but remember they put forth degree new deal. How many votes did they get? They got zero. Yes zero as in the absence of value as in one minus one they got zero votes and there was some power joe. Let zero booked out in comparison my bill the Dan Bongino bill to make the Dan Bongino show the official podcast of the conservative of movement that bill got his many votes as Alexandra Casio Cortez screen new deal. I'm not kidding. Maybe saying there was a bill. No it got no votes. There was no pill but it got the same amount as the actual bill. which was the green new deal which zero all the Dan Bongino show as the official podcasts of the conservative movement got the same amount of votes as Alexandria case you know Cortez agree new deal which is zero? That's some power their their effort to stop the Yes. Stop Stop. Stop funding the border crisis and get these kids and these facilities at the border up to snuff. They tried to stop that because that's what they do because they don't want to help the kids at the border there how many votes they got an out four four more they tried to stop it. They tried to block the bill and it was those for a squat now on the bungee dot com which is fascinating there there was a poll taken and it leaked. Believe me the Democrats someone Joe. Who Do you think leaked this by the way now? Let me let me just give you a little background. So here's the the top line takeaway. The poll was devastating A._O.. See and Ilhan Omar have some pretty substantial name idea in the party so that's a good thing in other words people know who they are. The worst thing in politics is nobody. No one who you are right right even worse Ilhan Omar's favorability. Joe was nine percent nine not nine zero right nine nine percent. A._O._C.'s was in the CANTU. I don't remember what it was far far but I think it was something in the thirties. It's in the peace. There favorability was awful now how those numbers wouldn't be bad if nobody knew they were but people know who they are and they don't like them right so you got four votes..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's the story of how she became a congresswoman. And the essence is this a group called the Justice Democrats, radical former Bernie broS who of course, failed with Bernie. And we're looking for another way to be radicals said why we're auditioning? We we want somebody to run for congress in this district of New York. Why don't you apply? Okay. And Alexandra Casio Cortez is brother submits her name. She is interviewed and she becomes the candidate that they run. Okay. Where's the news? Here. Do you? Do you really think that every single member of congress is somebody who pull them up pull themselves up by their own bootstraps and ran their own campaign and became a congress woman? Oh, man. I mean, the idea that people are hand picked puppets of others not news, especially with somebody who has so little between her is as Alexandra Cassie Cortes. Of course. This is what happened now what is problematic with this video is what it goes on to say about who the real masterminds of. They talk about her chief of staff ought to ought to radical Bernie, bro who failed and then they drive it all back to have you heard of the young Turks. This kind of internet TV platform hard hard core anti-trump radical leftists and the key figure. There is a guy called Chang, you gotta check him out C E N K U Y G watching you and this video for mister Reagan says he's the mastermind chunk. You couldn't be a mastermind of a. High school glee club. He's a thug. That's all he is. He's a guy who shouts a lot has an inferior to already complex. If you wanna see your ass. Something entertaining, go to YouTube and look up. The almost gets the fisticuffs the shouting match between chink you go. And who's the guy from info wars, Alex Jones? Right. Alex Jones punks jank, and they get into this outrageous, screaming matches and conference somewhere. And you see the real change the thug. Anyway, the idea that he's the master wa mind that's debunked by another individual who. Likewise. I've never ever heard of. I think it's called the liberty bell or the liberty citizen. Let me find it for you momentarily. And he he makes his point chunk is is not a mosque might have anything. But at the end of the day. I like this video we're going to reach out to mister Reagan. We'll try and get him on the show. But this is not news. Okay. Back to my promise. I made in the last hour this idea that we have a dual Justice system, you have to listen to this audio from Sean Hannity show last night with regards to what happened the corruption under the Obama department of Justice miss the freedom caucus Jim Jordan himself, congressman Jordan Cup for remember. They didn't tell the court the dossier was unverified. It didn't tell.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Massachusetts, the lawyer in Newton Massachusetts. But I have a lawyer all over the place in America. Now. It's funny. Turnout Margot great to have you with us. Mark. International Women's Day. I want to thank you for this terrific book. And I'm reading that you will call lights out, and there's a particular part here that fits right into International Women's Day. The real women's issue. The war on terror the real women's issue as El barcon MP from one of the more progressive Muslim nations create three who he put it nixing proposal to give broad the right to vote. Gosh it in the holy Koran that men are better than women. Why can't we settle for that? Wine. Do you want me to go on about the Associated Press or not? No, I very familiar with that that that that passage and and actually it's worth, you know, what one of the great evils. I think by saying in America today, for example, is the way white liberal, western feminists. Do not stand with reforming women in the Muslim world. They stand with the most repressive women, and they stand essentially on the side of groups who think women should be covered that they should always be that they should be covered basically because their menfolk decide they should be covered Margo. And you know, you can have arguments about whether we should be running around Afghantistan doing nothing after whatever it is now eighteen years. But when we went in there initially, and we toppled the Taliban in the first few weeks full. The first time in years. It was legal for women to feel sunlight on their face women were not permitted to go outside the house except in the full Barker. So for the first time, and then just think about that. What is that? Why why would liberal progressive women the women who stand with the world Ilan Omar wants to Asha in? Why should they why is that something that liberal progressive women want to defend that it be illegal for a woman to feel some light on her face? That's the side. And and essentially these women are arguing for two tests sisterhood whereby if you're Elizabeth Warren or your Kamala, Harris or whoever Alexandria Casio Cortes, you get to live life to your full potential. Whereas if you're another kind of woman. You basically have a life that begins with female genital mutilation. And there if you're lucky it doesn't end with an honor killing being tossed off a balcony because you were seeing talking to some guy who wasn't your cousin and inbetween you get to you can't go outside except in a body bag. Why American feminists making common Kohl's with that Mago? I I have no idea why they think that something that is liberal and progressive. You're absolutely right. I'm so glad you're bringing this up in that you're talking about it. Well, thank thank you for reading, my book Margo, it's about Islam free lights out Islam, free speech and the twilight of the west, and he's actually about what we see with the democratic women in congress right now. So it's a timely book because it's basically about, you know, the the feminists complained about Bush liberating the women in Afghanistan in two thousand and one and they said, well, you know, it's still not perfect. You know, they don't have take your daughter to work day and said, you know, they have take your child bride to a day or whatever it is. They've got differences. But the fact of the the fact of the matter is that western progressive women are making come and we see this in the inability the the idea that somehow. That somehow women who are forced to go covered by the men somehow exercising some kind of freedom of choice. No, it's women selling out their sisters. It's the two test sisterhood. If your if if you're Alexandra Casio Cortez, if you're Nancy Pelosi, you get to a woman's right to choose in every aspect of your life. And if you another kind.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In Newton Massachusetts. I've a lawyer in Nick, Massachusetts. But I have a lawyer all over the place in America. Now. It's funny that Margot great to have you with us. Mark. Teaches International Women's Day. I want to thank you for this terrific book that I'm reading that you wrote call lights out, and there's a particular part here that fits right into International Women's Day. The real women's issue. The war on terror the real women's issue as armored L, backer, an MP from one of the more progressive Muslim nations. Great breeze report it nixing proposal to give broad the right to vote God in the holy Koran. That men are better than women. Why can't we settle for that? Do you want me to go on about the Associated Press or not? No, no. I very familiar with that that that that passage and and actually it's worth, you know, one of the great evils. I think we're seeing in America today, for example, is the way. White liberal, western feminists. Do not stand with reforming women in the Muslim world. They stand with the most repressive women, and they stand essentially on the side of groups who think women should be covered that they should always be that they should be covered, basically because their menfolk decide they should be covered Margo, and you know. You can have arguments about whether we should be running around Afghanistan doing nothing after whatever it is now eighteen years. But when we went in there initially, and we toppled the Taliban in the first few weeks for. The first time in years. It was legal for women to feel sunlight on their face women were not permitted to go outside the house except in the full back. So for the first time, and and just think about that. What is that? Why why would liberal progressive women the women who stand with the world Ilan Omar wants to usher in? Why should they why is that something that liberal progressive women want to defend that it be illegal for a woman to feel some light on her face? That's the side. And essentially these women are arguing for two tests sisterhood whereby if you're Elizabeth Warren or your Kamala, Harris or whoever Alexandria Casio Cortes, you get to live life to your full potential. Whereas if you're another kind of woman. You basically have a life that begins with female genital mutilation. And there if you're lucky it doesn't end with an honor killing being tossed off about because you were seeing talking to some guy who wasn't your cousin and inbetween you get to you can't go outside except in a body bag. Why American feminists making common Kohl's with that Mago? I I have no idea why they think that something that is liberal and progressive. You're absolutely right. I'm so glad you're bringing this up in that you're talking about it. Well, thank thank you for reading my book. Margot? I it's about Islam free lights out Islam free speech and the twilight of the west, and it's actually about what we see with the democratic women in congress right now. So it's a timely book because it's basically about, you know, the the feminists complained about Bush liberating the women in Afghanistan in two thousand and one and they said, well, you know, it's still not perfect. You know, they don't have take you to the workday. Instead, you know, they have take your child bride to work day, or whatever it is. They've got differences. But the fact of the fact of the matter is that western progressive women are making come and we see this in the inability the idea that somehow. That somehow women who are forced to go covered by the men are somehow exercising some kind of freedom of choice. No, it's women selling out their sisters. It's the two test sisterhood. If your if if your Alexandra Casio Cortez, if you're Nancy Pelosi, you get to a woman's right to choose in every aspect of your life. And if you're another kind.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now. It's funny that Margo great to have you with us. Mark. International Women's Day. I want to thank you for this terrific book that I'm reading that you wrote call lights out, and there's a particular party that sits right into International Women's Day. The real women's issue. Isn't the war on terror the real women's issue as El barcon MP from one of the more progressive Muslim nations? Great breeze report it nixing proposal to give broad the right to vote. Gotcha in the holy Koran. That men are better than women. Why can't we settle for that? Do you want me to go on about the Associated Press or not? No, no. I very familiar with that that that that passage and and actually it's worth, you know, what one of the great evils. I think we're seeing in America today, for example, is the way. White liberal, western feminists. Do not stand with reforming women in the Muslim world. They stand with the most repressive women, and they stand essentially on the side of groups who think women should be covered that they should always be that they should be covered, basically because their menfolk decide they should be covered Margo, and you know. You can have arguments about whether we should be running around Afghanistan doing nothing after whatever it is now eighteen years. But when we went in there initially, and we toppled the Taliban in the first few weeks for. The first time in years. It was legal for women to feel sunlight on their face women were not permitted to go outside the house except in the full Bucker. So for the first time, and and just think about that. What is that? Why why would liberal progressive women the women who stand with the world Ilan Omar wants to usher in? Why should they why is that something that liberal progressive women want to defend that it be illegal for a woman to feel some light on her face? That's the side. And essentially these women are arguing for two tests sisterhood whereby if you're Elizabeth Warren or your Kamala, Harris or whoever Alexandria Casio Cortes, you get to live life to your full potential. Whereas if you're another kind of woman. You basically have a life that begins with female genital mutilation. And there if you're lucky it doesn't end with an honor killing being tossed off a balcony because you were saying talking to some guy who wasn't your cousin and inbetween you get to you can't go outside except in a body bag. Why American feminists making common Kohl's with that Mago? I I have no idea why they think that's something that is liberal and progressive. You're absolutely right. I'm so glad you're bringing this up in that you're talking about it. Well, thank thank you for reading my book. Margo? I it's about Islam free lights out Islam free speech and the twilight of the west, and he's actually about what we see with the democratic women in congress right now. So it's a timely book because it's basically about, you know, the the feminists complained about Bush liberating the women in Afghanistan in two thousand and one and they said, well, you know, it's still not perfect. You know, they don't take your daughter to work date. Instead, you know, they have take your child bride to work day, or whatever it is they got differences. But the fact of the fact to the matter is that western progressive women are making come and we see this in the in the idea that somehow. That somehow women who are forced to go covered by the men are somehow exercising some kind of freedom of choice. No, it's women selling out their sisters. It's the two-test sisterhood. If your if if your Alexandra Casio Cortez, if you're Nancy Pelosi, you get to a woman's right to choose in every aspect of your life. And if you're another kind of woman, you get to choose nothing why a liberal progressives. Helping us showing why are they why are they erecting this to Mark sign? Open line Friday. Lots more your calls still to come. You're listening to the IB network..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on KTRH

"Newton Massachusetts. I the lawyer in Nick, Massachusetts. But I have a lawyer all over the place in America. Now. It's funny that Margo great to have you with us. Mark. International Women's Day. I want to thank you for this terrific book. And I'm reading that you wrote call lights out, and there's a particular part here that sits right into International Women's Day. The real women's issue. The war on terror the real women's issue as L current MP from one of the more progressive Muslim nations. Kuwait breezily put it nixing proposal to give broad the right to vote. Gosh it in the holy Koran that men are better than women. Why can't we settle for that? Do you want me to go on about the Associated Press or not? No, no. I very familiar with that that that that passage and and actually it's worth, you know, what one of the great evils. I think we're seeing in America today, for example, is the way white liberal, western feminists. Do not stand with reforming women in the Muslim world. They stand with the most repressive women, and they stand essentially on the side of groups who think women should be covered that they should always be that they should be covered, basically because their menfolk decide they should be covered Margo, and you know. You can have arguments about whether we should be running around Afghanistan doing nothing after whatever it is now eighteen years. But when we went in there initially, and we toppled the Taliban in the first few weeks full. The first time in years. It was legal for women to feel sunlight on their face women were not permitted to go outside the house except in the full Baca. So for the first time, and and just think about that. What is that? Why why would liberal progressive women the women who stand with the world Ilan Omar wants to usher in? Why should they why is that something that liberal progressive women want to defend that it be illegal for a woman to feel some light on her face? That's the side. And and essentially these women are arguing for two tests sisterhood whereby if you're Elizabeth Warren or your Kamala, Harris or whoever Alexandria Casio Cortes, you get to live life to your full potential. Whereas if you're another kind of woman. You basically have a life that begins with female genital mutilation. And there if you're lucky it doesn't end with an honor killing being tossed off a balcony because you were seen talking to some guy who wasn't your cousin and inbetween you get to you can't go outside except in a body bag. Why American feminists making common Kohl's with that Mago? I I have no idea why they think that's something that is liberal and progressive. You're absolutely right. I'm so glad you're bringing this up in that you're talking about it. Well, thank thank you for reading my book. Margot? I it's about Islam free lights out Islam free speech and the twilight of the west, and he's actually about what we see with the democratic women in congress right now. So it's a timely book because it's basically about, you know, the the feminists complained about Bush liberating the women in Afghanistan in two thousand and one and they said, well, you know, it's still not perfect. You know, they don't have take your daughter to work day in said, you know, they have take your child bride to work day, or whatever it is. They've got differences. But the fact of the the fact of the matter is that western progressive women are making come and we see this in the in the the the idea that somehow. That somehow women who are forced to go covered by the men are somehow exercising some kind of freedom of choice. No, it's women selling out their sisters. It's the two test sisterhood. If your if if if your Alexandra Casio Cortez, if you're Nancy Pelosi, you get to a woman's right to choose in every aspect of your life. And if you another kind.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:54 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Every day. It's like four hours. Right. Ryan like, you do realize I I think so there's not work for the u. You already use that card wakes. It's true. Yes. Okay. Ritual gear Lewis Canas de AM seven hundred two sons. Most stimulating talk shockingly enough on this on this. Great tuesday. There are three things that I think you need to know number one. Oh, big controversy up there in Gilbert Chandler school district. But in Gilbert, we're gonna talk about this. But now lawmakers twenty-six Republicans signed a letter or something, and they want attorney general Mark to investigate what happened up there because kids for schools USA spirit day a bunch of students wore maga- hats Maga's mega flag, and you're gonna hit some crazy stuff. These students claim they were targeted and suspended in the principles denying the principles goofball. You'll hear why in a second. So you have this whole. Big situation going on up there. Where where another principle is backtracking what he said in dead aim, and it's just great. So they want to investigate because these kids are targeted because the teachers themselves we're red for Ed T shirts or redshirts every Wednesday, which is political, and I think a legal, but whatever second thing that I think you need to know is that Alexandra cord? Yes. She had her chief of staff could be facing some big trouble. It maybe even some prison time O F E C violations apparently her chief of staff and her being accused of funneling eight hundred eighty five thousand dollars in campaign donations to their own little companies. Oh to his company. Oh, they tried to hide it. Oh, no. Good. Teeth. She's like Matt Dillon in. In. There's something about Mary. She totally is I saw that nickname put out honor. I did you on a website. And that's what's funny is that you know, she doesn't want people to eat burgers anymore and her mouth was made to eat meat because I mean, those are so we have the associate look we'll get to that. That's a big freaking deal. Third thing is a million things that I think you need to know third thing. I think you need to know. How about this one Hispanic poverty has fallen to an all time record low for a guy that really apparently is accused of hating Hispanics and being a racist. His policies really do help them out at an then incredible incredible poverty rate among Hispanics in the US fell to a historic low of eighteen point three percent in two thousand seventeen o. The one point one percent decrease in two thousand seventeen was a large year to year declined for the Hispanic populace population and was a larger drop than any other demographic. Oh, man, by the way, household income for Hispanics increased three point seven percent in two thousand seventeen to over fifty thousand bucks. He really hates those Hispanics. I'll tell you what I tell you. What I'll tell you. What? Rethinks? I think you need to know. So. Oh before we even get to the Gilbert. So we need to get to. But you see Alexandra Casio Cortez's mom. Apparently, she moving from New York to Florida to escape the high taxes of New York. She's at the Daily Mail. I'll be like ten grand in in property tax real estate tax. Whatever you want ten grand in New York. I go to Florida six hundred bucks. Incredible. Oh boy. Once you talk to your daughter about that. And of course, she's an idiot like her daughter too because she's like, my I didn't raise it to be a socialist. She's a democratic socialist. There's a big difference. She's actually quoted as saying that. Well, I'm glad you let her Florida. You know, what that's the problem is that they're going to do is they're gonna let her and she escaped New York for high taxes and stupid ideas and stupid policies. But then what's this news genius going to do? She will vote the same way and wonder why it's happening again. In florida. It's like here in Arizona, Texas needs to be a test. You wanna come into this state? Why I question why are leaving this where where you're coming from right now, why are you leaving your your original state your home state taxes? Okay. Are you going to vote for people to raise your taxes while you down here, then because if you are we don't want you don't screw it up for us. That's what they should say. They get duped. It's always like, well, you know, if I pay like, two cents, more the necking. They just they just flat out vote democrat. You're too stupid to realize I keep voting for the same political party. But Garrett, and it's only Republicans or any better three cents a day can help build roads. Well, they say it's three and then. It's a lot more a lot more care for an extra dollar. Here. We can hide all the power lines in clear up the sky. Exactly, we can get rid of all vehicles. No, more trucks. No more actually getting well things that we need wouldn't you wanna trolley from your house to the radio station. Gary. Electric, charlie. We have no way to actually I've read. Well, we'll get. We'll get it. Well, let's go to Gilbert. Right. Okay. We're I know it's hard to not go off when you when you have this situation. Right. It's goal. It is gold. It's gold, Jerry. You're not wrong. You're not wrong. I'm not. So thank you. So in in Gilbert Chandler school district in Gilbert. You have these kids wearing these students wearing Maggie gear hats t shirts you name it to school for for a patriots day. It's like be USA day have fun. And what was that some party in the USA day was the Miley Cyrus? That's basically what they had. All right. So that's that's what they're doing party in the USA, whatever so kids, we're celebrating America. Some of these kids wanted to actually. Where mega staff how cool is that? By the way, that you know that not every kid is a dope out there. Okay. And this is ridiculous that these students were told to basically, I know don't don't stop playing her stop playing her so students. Students were told basically look there are some issues going on right now at some point during lunch or something like that put the flag away put the stuff away. So they did throughout the day. But after school ended they took it back out. And apparently the school claims, they didn't listen, we told leave campus, they wouldn't do it. We identify yourself. They wouldn't do it. This is the principal the principal. Really, not a smart guy. You're gonna hear him in a second. Dan serano? He said students were carrying political signs that caused a disruption and created a safety concern Friday at lunch. So the students initially complied when they were asked to the sign, and I'm thinking, you know, instead of. Instead of saying, you know, what those kids are offended or what's going on you tell the kids that are offended. Hey, look, you may not like it. But they have a right to do it. That's what should happen. That's what should happen. Doesn't work out that way. Principal said the trouble began after school ended students brought the signs out again. And quote when the school's resource officer asked the students leave campus declined the also refused to respond to my request to provide their names and school identification. When I saw it interview them, wait. Now you on ide-. Now, you want I d- I get it. Yeah. Okay. Works now. Right. On monday. A district spokesperson said the students were not asked to remove maga- related, hats and sweatshirts only at Trump banner like a flag about this work. It's funny. This this teacher really screwed up. I mean, he principal really screwed up because one of the students girl named I believe it's Tori ferris. She was wearing this stuff. Very outspoken. Very smart. Young girl. Looks like her mom showed up Jennifer fares to talk to the principal. It's number one thirty top. But this is my pager canister dot com. And she is you could hear her asking questions number one one thirty two and she's asking questions to the principal. Dan, sarah. No. And he makes these lame excuses as to why they can't have a maga- flag. A Trump flag. Just just and everything else. Listening to this. Here we go. I'm not gonna put up with. Daughter to leave the school. Principal. You're going to ask my daughter to leave school because she was wearing a make America. Great again sweatshirts. That's. She has been asked to leave. She's not the one that had the Trump flag. And even if she did she have a flag on America day for school. Says make Americans flag around is not. What's what's this respectful? What kerry? Better. Not have a kid. I'll have a kid in the military. Thank you. I'm not leaving without figuring out. Why she's in trouble for that? No, she wasn't a trip. They took a picture over Chris. You wouldn't believe and why the picture? A minor. If they're going to take a picture of her from the school. You're you're wrong. Where where I talked to a Phoenix police officer on the way here. Go. You're a jerk. Yeah. You are. I'm difficult..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Feel new again. Yes. Number. Five. All right started with a bang to of course, Chicago took it on the chin. So right. The opening you have Michael going saying this. He wants to ask me if I can name a country run by a black person that wasn't a poll. This was one Barack Obama was president of the United States. And while we were once driving through struggling neighborhood in Chicago, he commented that only black people could live that way. And he told me that black people would never vote for him because they were too stupid. And yet I continue to work for him. Oh that was tough to hear. The whole country thing we've heard that over and over and over again. So we to go piece of it was was new driving around actually that they had heard that story before that he had said that about Chicago, and he's called Chicago, all sorts of names. Yes. But I'd heard it not only black people can live here is why would people live here? That's the original story that I heard on the guy was massive tower right in the center in the heart of the city with his neighbor across we understand why they're there, but not not the rest of it. By the way, they're not allowed live there. Willing to pay thirty percent over market per square foot. Now, people get get out of those apartments. That's the crazy thing about it. People are trying to they when the listings it's not the Trump Tower, Chicago is four or four north Wabash or four hundred dollars. She has and it's not the beautiful views, and it does it's a beautiful building beautiful views. Style right now, tell them it's Trump Tower just give them the threats. What will give it away? When they pull up we'll go on the other side. They won't see religious. Don't take them by the Riverview. Gorgeous Riverview here. You should approach down Wabash. It's a it's a quaint little St.. Sort of around there. But I guess I'll definitely do not be realtors. Too, much, traffic and weather doorman has the Trump on behalf. They put they put tape over white mass. Give them a twenty to do that. The client around what hotels this? I don't know. Is there a hotel you promise, you tend to put his name everywhere? It just so it's kind of hard to put clever them all up at the tape. It is true. I've stayed in front properties in New York. A number of times or the Trump SoHo which came up today during the hearings is one of my favorite hotels in America. You sat in the trash can there was a Trump name. You can't then that's so much that hotel the Trump International, which is across from the the Trump International is right across from the Time Warner center in New York is a matter of fact, which really funny is when you watch CNN, and they put a reporter or guest or whatever in a window, and they're looking out the window in New York. You're looking right at the Trump International hotel in Chicago, you're looking right at the Trump hotel as well the Trump building here, but they frame the shot. So you don't see the big words Trump. Or the New York buildings which is really funny how they do that. But anyways, the point is the Trump International in New York that is it's a little older than the SoHo and the so he doesn't really want to be associated with anymore. As a matter of fact, they have taken the name off of that. Because that's that guy that convicted Russian mobster that he was working with that came up in the in the testimony today that built that hotel with him. So that sort of like we don't want to mention anymore, but the Trump International in Columbus circle in New York City, there is when you walk into your room. It is like Eric Trump for up in it. It's the it's nothing but Trump logos. And names everywhere. I counted twenty seven times in the bathroom alone your account in the bathroom alone. Because it's on the moisturizer. It's on the it's on the shampoo the conditioner the bar of self the trash. Liner as as you pointed out that a little oily at the bottom of the trash thing the toothbrush toothpaste, the flaws everything is getting their gold, tea or the Trump. It really is amazing. Give the guy credit for that. Does the building in New York? Also, look like it's giving the middle finger to the city. No, it's it's an older building. But it is anything anytime you watch like New York, and they're trying to show central park at the window. There's a gold, of course, golden black building that is just to the left of that. There's like looking at fountain or a statue in a circle. That's Columbus circle the building right across that is the Trump International. Great bar. Great. Great restaurant. It's great. The Trump properties. I'm gonna tell you if he'd just status hotelier I'd be the happiest guy in the world. You get you get a big bang for your buck. The building here's pretty Austin. Over the river. Mar-a-lago is beautiful. Got the Trump golf courses are excellent. Just stay there. These trust me. He's thinking the same thing right now. He's right now, look at it Kim Jong going on my God, first of all Chinese foods. If you have any idea how long that flight is. And I gotta go to the bathroom and this little guys looking at me has to blow everybody up because he kills everybody doesn't like they had octopus. Okay. Can't eat activists. It's just like slimy. The fingers giving fingers with suckers item. I wish I wish I had only been the president of the Trump organization. I gotta do this here. Here we go number four. Congressman Alexandra Casio Cortez got to make her national debut as an inquisitor today, by the way, Mike Monico. He woke up for that for her testimony. I noticed he was slumped a little bit. That's kind of hard to sit through that many hours. And then they call Taza in Mexico. What where oh she's here. Okay. The she asked about an of course, because she's she's a socialist. She asked about the president's assets and finances. Here knowledge to the president ever provide inflated assets to an insurance company. Yes. Who else knows that the president? Did this Allen Weisselberg Ron Liebman, and Matthew calamari, and where were the committee? Find more information on this. Do you think we need to review his financial statements and his tax returns in order to compare them? And you'd find it at the Trump. I also have to hate calamari. In the same categories octopus except this slimy air and little fingers deep fried. It's pretty good. Eating Siamese, spiders. I will not eat it. I McDonald's the chicken tender. So you gotta wonder. Fish. I I do like the like a children's table at the hearing today and all the new freshman congressman got to ask you a question. And then we got a question the same. If I mentioned, but they, but they rolled them altogether. Just weird they rolled the Democrats together. Denver Republican democrat Republicans. I don't know how that whole thing where we were on the air at the time. I was watching on TV as it was happening. Oh my God. All right. We'll get to your three two and you want first let's check in with Eric. What's going on in the newsroom? Trump's former attorney warns the country. What may happen? If Trump doesn't win reelection in twenty twenty lots of problem areas on the tri-state this afternoon..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The green new deal that is taking pretty much the Democratic Party by storm and not a moment too soon. Because the last five years is it a global warming story year all five of the hottest years on record have occurred in the last five years that according to NASA and Noah, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that climate is changing, and it is warming. And the last five years have been the hottest on record. So there you go with the green new deal one eight eight eight three two one six thousand and one I think it needs to be implemented an a net high net in Illinois. Hi. Hi, Norman, I I'm a big fan of yours. I've been cheese to come in and contribute to Ed Schultz way. Also loved I Twitter. I like a lot of stuff you post. I ain't gonna be so sad when you are gone. You are my go-to at five o'clock. And even though I wanted to call in like a zillion times I have called in. I think one other time I called in because I have this lunatic friend who's an evangelical and he used to troll your show. And I each one CPT for some reason and he call. Thanksgiving. He comes and tries to come across as like modern guy. And then all of a sudden, of course, she's doesn't take you to catch onto the fact that this guy's just gonna take control. And and I had to call you one time after he calls just to tell you like things. Known this guy since fourth grade. He's always been strange. But no more in the last twenty years. He is just totally gone off the deep end. And anyway, I loved it. What kind of person what kind of person gets their jollies off of trolling a radio talk show host, right? It ought to something about the person's quality character or lack thereof or their thinking process or war war, there warped sense of what's important somebody. That says was I talked to these trolls who call here's dude. This is what gives you value in your life. Your pathetic. I mean, I'm glad I'm me. And I'm glad you're you because I don't want to be living your life man of you think if you think it's a valuable use of your time to try and annoy me really, that's how you get psychological satisfaction. My goodness gracious. Okay. If that's how you want it. Okay. Right. Wrong with them seriously. But that's kinda what congresswoman Alexandra Casio Cortez's she's adopted that kind of a tone. That's I think she's kind of trolling. The trolls is to say, really, boys. Really is this the best you can do really beaten up. I mean, she kind of has found this kind of secret formula. It's it's a tone more than anything else. And once you find the right tone, then you can kinda fit the content into the tone and make it work. And that go ahead. I'm sorry. No, no, no, I really loved her and I follow her on Twitter now. And she is just told me it that she annoys them so much and voice voice in the future. She really is. And there's a whole lot. There's a whole lot more like her coming along. I loved it. The other night all the new women in congress that were there at the stupid idiot state of the union. Yeah. I mean, I it's just it is encouraging even when it's so discouraging because we have this idiot in the Oval Office. But. He's doing good. He's doing. I mean, I'm being very serious. Now, he's he's forcing everybody to get off the sidelines. He's forcing people to pay attention. A lot of I'm thinking about our side. If you don't mind my being to to straightforward about it. I mean our side we got really complacent, and we got lazy. We made a lot of assumptions about the way things were going to go. And a lot of people got a really really cold dose water in there. And it's like all of a sudden like, whoa. So I look we wouldn't have congresswoman Alexandra Casio Cortez or congresswoman Abigail span burger or congresswoman I Asia. Presley from mass us, right right ratio tally cherise Davis. Mean is a whole bunch of them. And it's only it's only because of Benedict Donald and the insanity the Republican party, and so many Republicans have left. The party independence is saying enough. Look the entirety of Orange County, California. That's Ronald Reagan's home territory. That's all democratic. I think this is the the world's biggest dose of political castor oil that we've ever seen. This is like the ugliest dose of this is like this is like this is like milk of magnesia. You know? So it's like we've all taken the most giant dose of milk of magnesia. And now. Now, we gotta get it out of our system. This is so unpleasant. I was screaming about this Bush to stolen election in two thousand and I hope and seriously thought that I had gone off the deep end with him. And and he was nine political person ever. He is totally political now he's off the sidelines. Right. But it sure, but I find as me took so long, but I'm glad at least finally off the sideline. Look what look what it took. Rages look at how far we had to fall look at how ridiculous and dangerous and damaging to get look at how bad to be a net. I don't wanna to my own horn. But the fact of the matter is I distinctly remember reading the New York Times on the number seven train in nineteen seventy nine. In his late nineteen seventy nine and as I was on the subway going from flushing queens, which by the way, flushing queens. I'd love to absolutely anyway, I was commuting to to my commuter college in Manhattan. And and I'm reading the New York Times, it was like on page eight, you know, page eighteen they bury a kind of in the back, and it was it was an article about the rise of the moral majority. And that was the very first time. I heard about the dude named Jerry Falwell, and I'm reading this thing. I'm sitting on the subway rumbling through queens heading into Manhattan. So I can go to hunter college of the city of New York, and I'm reading reading the New York Times. And I got really scared and my blood ran cold because whereas only twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty one at the time, right? And Ronald Reagan running in the primaries is when Ronald Reagan got the Republican nomination right and beat Jimmy Carter leaving. But I was reading this an and the article was about how Jerry Falwell and the more mature. Already had risen up and got an all these members by by invading, the churches and making them political and then aligning them with Ronald Reagan and the Republican party. And I saw that and said, oh, this is very very very bad. And this guy we nip this thing in the bud right now, we have better stop before it goes. And look, and and and of course, I was twenty one and was a college student. I don't have any influence on. But the point of the matter is is look at what the Democratic Party. Let happen. The Democratic Party. Did not recognize that Richard Nixon had adopted George Wallace's rhetoric and approach and the Richard Nixon was peeling away the south based on race. And now Jerry Falwell was merging that a decade later or half a decade later with Ronald Reagan into the Republican party bringing into religious people and abortion was any social issues the Democratic Party saw this stuff and ignored it. And it was like a cancer for the last half a century. I i've. I've been watching this. I mean since Georgia's I've been watching this what is the matter with the democratic Barney. So now that it's gotten to this point a net. Now that it's for. I mean, I thought it was bad after Richard Nixon. I said come on. It can't get any worse than this. Absolutely. Ronald reagan. I said I'll come on. That's got to be the end. Right. And then it was George W Bush, and I said how much further can we fall? Oh. Well, these evangelical semi never since they turned on Cardiff and not supporting and to continue giving them tax write off the to segregate. It's been a steady downhill thing. I'm a few years older than you. My first election was Jimmy Carter and I worked on his campaign, and it's just been amazing. And I had a couple of kids in the eighties. And I was like totally trying to stay out sample things. But I was distracted from Cairns. And my son helped me in in ninety two was it ninety two that we got Clinton in there. Yeah. Ninety. Yeah. He actually helped me make phone calls for Clinton. So I mean. They were young. But he was too young for that. So, but yeah, I've been I've been personally dumps out if I don't move the tension, you I love your know short. Attention span is like quit. Attention. Attention. Lebron systematically working at this for. And not only know short attention span, but pay attention pay attention to what doing social issues as wage shoes right there. Feeding the fools abortion and guns and religious exemptions from the gays and stuff right while the pockets are being picked and somehow somebody's got to get that message across a net. Thank you so much for the call. Thank you for the awesome conversation. And I'm very sorry. We have to stop. I didn't wanna do it. I mean, we we just kept sustaining losses until we couldn't anymore. And that's just the way it goes. But then I hope that you.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Other on their platforms. You're saying that she's got. The leader. She's the leader. Everybody knows that everybody feels that. She's the leader of this of this mass movement. That is not I'm not talking about a move of an organization who's the Michael Moore talking about, of course, it's Alexandra Casio Cortez. Michael Moore, doesn't doesn't even know his own logic. If we're literally he does he said me, but this is the way he said back then it was thirty five because you died at thirty eight not exactly true, which means if we live longer now than we should increase the age to be president. But anyway, it's Michael Moore. Does that make you even more frightened? When you think ASC is the putative leader of the left Victor. And she's the one that wants to have these death panels like ObamaCare deciding who's gonna live and who's going to die at the other end of life. Well, not only that Kamala Harris wants to get rid of all private healthcare. Just with a flick of the risk. List? And then we can we can tax everybody at ninety percent who makes too much money. This is the left Victor today. Yeah. Well, one time I told a neighbor that you know, I say, so I wouldn't have to be dependent and she laughingly called me a foreign game. Well, at least she knew her Star Trek Victor Doumbia stranger. Thank you for calling. Let's go to line two Margaret in California. You wanna talk to us about this lying. Governor the butcher of Richmond. Margaret talked to us. Hi, Dr Gorka, so thrilled to talk to you. I'm shaking. I I was listening to the press conference that northern had with his wife standing next to him. He said I had to write this down because I won't be able to remember because I'm starting. I'm star scared Kathy. Relax the breath. What did he say? What what did the Bush of Richmond say, okay? Said northern said that after he shouted his family with his family around the dinner table that he realized that that was not the man he is in other words, he no longer identifies with that person. He said that it was. Yeah. I said it because he later on because he did lie, but he meant that he just didn't identify with the man in the photo. He never said it was not physically. Are you talking about Bill Clinton? It means what the definition of is. I think I've heard that before do it. And you can listen to Kamala Harris questioning like when she questioned I go. Oh. Yeah. Cavenaugh that she twisted the questions and carefully chose the questions. So that he would be caught you know, they do that. So whenever I listened to them. I listen to them very carefully and how they choose their how they place their words. They turn them around. It's not about truth. It's about now. Margaret dumping of a stamp stay on the line. You'll get a signed copy of my new book why we fight. Thank you for calling. Let's go to line three in Arizona at sea. Yes. Just a quick answer. My opinion questions that you post earlier Cui Bono. Yes. About this in Virginia. And it's my opinion that Marquette carrying the attorney general would be the person who has the most the. In Virginia the succession, if the governor is forced to resign. Next is Lieutenant governor come coming with his own baggage. And then after him is he attorney general and caring has already declared that he running for governor in twenty twenty one Virginia. This would get him a leg up. He would be an incumbent. He had a seven year six and a half year term. And being the governor of Virginia is not like being the governor of New Mexico. They generally go on to bigger and better things. For instance, Tim Kaine is a Senator Mark Warner. Former governor is also a Senator McAuliffe former governor. They don't want to flawed candidates in the governorship. Virginia. And that's why I think that it's going to be Mark Aaron and east more radical more left more. Then both of the other two combined could be it could be it's a good theory at thank you for calling. We shall see. I think a lot lot more in the coming days. Let's go to line four, Shelley Newport Beach, California. You wanna return us to the topic of Margaret Sanger? Yeah. Well, I had her on Hillary, and I just saw a clip. Can you can you can can you talk? More quote, you're very muffled. Oh, shoot. Any better? That's a little better. Go ahead. Shut a little better. Okay. Well, I am. European and Hillary, and I had just. As the did Hitler's America just. He clip that was so chilling. But I just said. Well, Hillary was say very grateful for her work and her Lennie Lennie staffer. That's a very bad line. But I think we got the point Hillary Clinton was enamored of Margaret Sanger the racist. The Genesis not only that Hillary Clinton is a recipient of the Margaret Sanger award, which tells you everything you need to know, they say they care about the little ones they say they care about the vulnerable ones. But the left as we have seen in the last week is fine with infanticide including.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WJR 760

"Wait a minute. Who could we pick? Gosh, I imagine. Maybe a Joe Biden. I don't know if this is a great example or not but coming out and saying, okay, I'm gonna run I'm gonna run as an independent. Right. Because everybody was was on the whole thing. Of he's the guy that can win. He's the guy that can win look at all the polls. He's the guy that could be Trump. All right, great. He runs as an independent. Well, he'll be he'll be the demon. I mean at the bookstore. The other night. Howard Schultz, and you had a liberal that was screaming. Yeah. Don't don't run. You're gonna you're gonna give Trump the win. You're gonna hand Trump. The win you blankety blankety blank. They always have to do the blankety blanks. And they that's because it doesn't matter. You're you're the demon. It doesn't matter that who you are what you've done. It doesn't matter. What you do today? Get in their way tomorrow. You're the demon says miss this is from laurel Street Journal, Mr Schulz must be bewildered by his by his reception, given that he's been an earnest and lifelong democrat in good standing. And you know, they they talk about the fact that you know, again, here's what it Mr Schulz's supposed sins insane. I don't think we want to seven seventy percent income tax in America that brought down the wrath of Alexandra Casio Cortez. The twenty nine year old first term congresswoman who's claim to fame is winning one election looking cool on Instagram and proposing ways to spend other people's money. And they talk about Democrats want to reacquaint themselves with the private economy and wealth creation, which is damaged by punitive taxation, Mr Schulz could point this out in debates and note, how the success of Starbucks allowed him to provide thousands of Americans with jobs good, healthcare and thirty million dollars to help veterans. Navigate navigate the workforce. That Mr Schulz has written about in these pages of the Wall Street Journal, Mr Schulz has also dared to question the wisdom and affordability of Medicare for all which would well cost north of thirty trillion over ten years. Democrats don't want to hear this. But voters might Americans may balk when they learned that Medicare for all would eliminate all private insurance with miss that. Which Mr Schulz rightly says is not Americans Democrats should want to have this kind of debate in the primaries lesser-known, another nominee whose ideas turn out to be too radical to defeat even Mr. Trump. But the whole point they make is that Democrats don't want to have a debate on anything. They just wanna live in their fantasy world and say provide everything it's it's the, you know, the Cossio Cortes how we gonna pay for it. We people are worried about how to pay for it. We only have twelve years. Well, I mean, you know in the debate season. Let's say a Biden does jump in. Among democrats. He's going to be the demon at least in the primary season. Now, can you imagine Biden announces I dunno here in a couple of months, right? They start having debates, but then they really get into the heart of it. In in January, February you're into Iowa the whole thing. At that point. They're going to be going back and forth because he's going to be asked. Now, he's going to be the big, you know. Over generalizing on on everything. Because Alaskan would you believe seventy percent taxes is something we should be imposing on on rich people. Now, keep in mind Biden's, not rich. Bye. I guess the standards that that most on the left would see it. He he hasn't earned a lot of money or any money as far as I know in the private sector that may have changed with you know, him being vice-president doing speaking engagements. I'd have to look that up. But nonetheless, he's always been presented as the average guy. The average Joe if you will. Can you imagine him and he would over generalize? Well, I think the the rich need to pay their fair share and never have to define it. But he's going to be the demon. It doesn't matter those who challenge the far left the ideas of an a Casio Cortes or the ideas of Kamala Harris, they're going to be demonized by very loud and vocal people. And it will be relentless as we told you the Heritage Foundation on Monday with that panel discussion with liberal feminist who are just furious at the transgender movement. Right. Nancy Pelosi is advocating the transgender legislation and they brought the the the one liberal feminist, right? It was a lesbian who was kicked off the Baltimore LGBT of a organization committee because she dared to call a male rapist by a he pronoun when he claims, he's a she. Right. And she just. She just said what in the world is going on. But liberal feminists are now being accused of being the oppressors of the transgender movement. It's exactly what we've said now liberal feminist lesbians. Don't have a place at the table in the democrat party anymore. Howard Schultz probably should have been out long long time ago. But I mean, it's just when we talked about it they keep dividing the pie. If you've been a longtime listener to show what we've said is the problem with the democrat party is they keep creating more victims, which means they need more pressures. And so what happens is the former victims now become the oppressors and they keep making the pie of oppression in the pie of victims and oppressors bigger than bigger than bigger. And all you're doing is. Splitting yourself. Yep. You're separating everybody that used to be four a certain thing. And now everyone is against everybody else. How do you run a political party that weight, right? Eight six six ninety redeye coming up more.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Call one eight eight eight nine one five test that's one eight eight eight nine one five t e s t. A long shot lawsuits seeking a possible. Do over of the NFC championship game has been moved from state court in Louisiana to federal court at issue is the failure of officials to call interference or roughness penalties. When a Rams player level the saints receiver Willie home with the helmet hit and a crucial point in the playoff game. Rams won in overtime and are set to play the patriots in the Super Bowl. This sunday. You're lottery numbers in a moment. This is pastor, Dave. Closer to Kabul bible, Presbyterian church with the moment of truth as a baby boomer who has lived through admittedly, good times here in America. I'm genuinely fearful for my grandkids in the future. They may be facing. I was born after the great depression, and we'll probably be long gone before our nation ceases to exist. But it's what will happen to people during the fall into the abyss. That scares me. If someone like Bernie Sanders, Alexandra Casio Cortez ever becomes president. Or we elect more government leaders like them America would turn into Venezuela socialists, who give everything away end up with a country that has nothing in Venezuela. There's no work is intermittent and food and medicine is scarce Jesus said not truth. Then it would set you free. The problem with the media today. Is there news isn't true. But if they're fake news leads us down the road to socialism or worse. Do useful idiots in. The media will be the first one shipped off to the gulags. In the meantime, I'll keep telling it like it is pastor Dave of ocean. The moment of truth unless they speak three number. Zero to one the pick four four seven three two. I'm prank Lubar six eighty WCBS news. Fox business network. Apple says it will release an update later this week to fix a bug in its FaceTime video chat system that could let callers eavesdrop.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"There is an effort to increase empire spending in the middle of all that we're talking about. I will get to that at the beginning of the next hour. And also Michael Cohen, Michael Cohen has a very interesting story to tell we have a lot that we haven't gotten to yet that we will get to but Patrick in Illinois is on the air with us right now. Hi, patrick. Hey, your voice sounds as bad as mine. Go ahead. Cold right now work outside. But anyway. Questions. Dec- program. Republicans are cheap. I got Patrick you. Gotta call me back. I have a couple of open lines. I'm sorry. The quality of the phone connection was awful. I just I was gonna try and gut it out and get the questions, but give me a buzz back because I got a couple of open lines one eight eight eight three two one six thousand one. I'd love to get John here. I'm out. I wanna get John. But I've got everybody's got to be able to hear you. Rick Rick in Illinois. Rick. What you're saying about the facts of the truth. You. It's live with the facts deal with the truth. Work like, the work with the facts live with the truth. Collusion that obviously Trump is. Obviously with Russia. Sounds like anyway, Stewart's lawyer talk this collusion dealing with Russia is pretty despicable. But totally. Heart yet. But when you see a political party, proclaiming, basically, communist and socialist values like the Democratic Party, which is or not, but they're not they're not proclaiming communists, socialists democratic where you just say. Are you just saying you're saying it to be a snot an incendiary? Because fact know the facts are Alexandra Casio Cortez is not a democratic socialist. She's not there's a there's proclaims it. I don't give a rat's rear end. Let me ask you this. I proclaim Jesus do you buy that Benedict? Donalds says he's got a great brain you buy that every time I turn on my TV. I see all kinds of products telling me, they're the best ever. Do you buy that? But I'm not a politician not implement those things no cost you protest hands as she of four hundred thirty five members of congress. You call to say, communism and socialism because you're trying to do a false equivalency. You're trying to tell me that Benedict. Donald being a Nazi is not so bad because there's a bunch of commies associates in the Democratic Party. The problem is no. Working with the facts and living with the truth will get you where you need to go. You don't want to get where you need to go. You have a predetermined Genda with an ax to grind and by. Golly, you're going to get there. No matter what Alexandria Casio Cortes in. My humble opinion congresswoman, Alexandra congresswoman, Alexandra Castro Cortez, should really knock off this democratic socialist stuff. She's gonna alienate the very people. She wants to help they been brainwashed. They've been mind blown into believing. This is bad and in my humble opinion. Socialism is bad and congress. I'll guarantee you right now congresswoman Alexandra oh Cortez is not socialist democratic or other by the way end. We're democratic does nothing. It does nothing. It's because the people whether were democratic are very sensitive. They know America's been brainwashed about social..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The idea has been gaining lots of support by lawmakers like Representative Representative Alexandra Casio Cortez, but the the term green new deal is is really more than ten years old journalist Thomas Friedman. I came up with the term. So what might they green proposal? Look like what would need to change and what it really worked to curb climate change. What are your thoughts about a green new deal? You have questions about how it might work is eight four seven two four eight two five five eight four four site, talk and Thomas Friedman joins us to talk about all of this. He's foreign affairs columnist for the New York Times. His latest book is hot flat and crowded why we need a green revolution. And how it can renew America. Welcome back to science Friday town, great to be with you. Okay. So you this was your idea the green new deal? It's not a proposal or set of laws. It's an idea. Give us some background on this. Yes. So I came up with this McCollum back in two thousand seven in the context IRA was this we we were in the depths. The darkest moments of the Iraq war was clearly not going to work to transform Iraq or the Middle East. We are about to enter the deepest recession since nineteen twenty nine. And there was a sense that China was really ascendant in America was descended. And basically I came up with Eddie, evergreen new deal as a way of addressing all of these things at once. The idea was basically making America, the cleanest greenest leader of the clean tech revolution, which would drive down oil prices and give us a way to reform the Middle East mayor Dr reform there outside of an invasion by actually just lowering the price of oil. And and really forcing reform would make us more innovative. It would make us immoral leader in the world. It would make us more competitive with China. The idea was it would help us get our groove back. And that's really where the idea came from. How has it morphed in those ten years to what people are talking about? Today will the first morphine happened when President Obama picked up the idea he read the column and then hot flat and crowded in the book, and he he made a part of his early stimulus plan. And you know, we tend to remember the stimulus era for what failed Celinda, but actually the stimulus gave great stimulation to a lot of solar wind and battery technologies tesla grew out of that among the other companies. And so I think President Obama did a very good good job with it on balance. And then you know, he tried to go for a carbon tax. We got really close the idea failed for political reasons. And then the idea really went into remission. I would say and so it has been revived by some of the. New freshman congress women. Alexandra Kasey Cortez the sunshine movement, which is independent a group of young people have brought the idea back to the public consciousness. I think it's fantastic that they have. They're defining it in their way, which I think is is also fantastic. I say let a thousand flowers bloom, and my own ideas have become much more refined as well. In terms of how I think about it going forward. I hope all of these get into the public space and politicians begin to pick up on when you say, your ideas have been refined more what what would be the biggest redefinition of your idea. Sharpened my focus. You know? My main idea was two fold one was was political. I'm a big believer that to name something is to own it. If you can name an issue, you can own on the issue, and my problem with green all all the years was felt to me like it had been named by the people aided it, and they named it liberal Sissy girly man, unpatriotic uneconomic, vaguely French vaguely friends and my goal was to rename green. Geopolitical geostrategic economic patriotic capitalistic innovative green is the new red white and blue so part of it was to reenergize the movement. I as I said, you know, in in my book, I am not a nice green. I'm mean green. I think you know, there's this sort of sense over the years at the green movement had to be would it be. Okay, surf we just put up a solar panel next to your coal belching furniture. And my attitude is I'm not apologetic about anything. I miss tough-minded. I may mean green. As any oil and gas guy because I think that green is the way to actually revive or propel the American economy. Make us more energy, independent more geopolitically, secure and more innovative, and I'll fight any fossil fuel guy on that position. So is this the right time. And because we have some of these new congress women who are willing to fight along with your immune, Alexandria, Casio Cortes would seem to fit exactly into that kind of personality that needs to bring this thing forward, and I love that. And I love it from the sunshine movement is well, my advice, which I to them and to myself is I have a chapter in hot flat and crowded, it's one of my favorite. It's it's called. If it isn't boring. It is in green. And what the chapters about is everyone wants to be Al Gore to win a noble prize and Oscar and an EMMY, but the some of the real heroes of the green movement green movement, I profile one in the. Book are people like the guy from NRDC who figure out how to reduce all the power consumption every cook dispensing machine in America. You know, when you change the power consumption every coke machine, you you really impact the climate not to do that though you have to understand how coke machine works. And you have to understand how it interfaces with a utility now there is no more boring institution on God's green earth than a public utility, basically. But you got to kind of know this stuff to really know where the leverage points, art. And that's something. I had learned I think it's what anyone wants to really have an impact here has to learn because I'm a big believer. There's only one thing as big as mother nature, and that's father greed. That's the marketplace. And to me, a green revolution is how do I really shape the marketplace with right, regulations standards and incentives and taxes. So it really will propel all of these green opportunities and innovations and technologies forward mice by by catching it as a marketplace. Changer then that sort of a way of taking the tree hugger aspect out of it and making it sound more capitalistic. Well, the way I presented when I talking to a climate daughters. I said look you don't believe in climate change. I do that's between you and your beach house. Okay. But let me tell you what we can both believe we can both believe in math. They're seven four point four billion people on the planet, and according to the UN by twenty thirty they'll be eight point two billion. They'll be another billion people year in in less than a in roughly a decade. Okay. Now that means a billion billion people want to drive in American size cars living American size homes and eat American size. Big macs. We're gonna burn up choke up. Eat up burn smoke up and devour up this planet faster than even Al Gore predict. So what does that mean? It means only one thing clean power clean energy, energy efficiency, and clean water. Have to be the next great global industry, otherwise we're going to be a bad, biological experiment. Okay. So who here believes please raise your hand in this group of? Climate deniers who believes America can be the most powerful and wealthy country in the world and not participate in the next great global industry. And that's how I frame it. Because if you believe that you're a wimp, and we greens we are the red white and blue we are the tough guys, you are the surrender monkeys. But some of the some of the proponents of the of the deal say we want to bring other social change in know healthcare systems things like that is that muddying the waters for lack of a better term. They're going to face a lot of criticism on that. And I think they'll have to navigate that their way. I I'm not against it is long as you can find ways to pay for it and sell it and build a majority in congress for it. So I don't want to prejudge anything because I think our politics isn't really fluid place right now right now, I love their energy put it out there. Put your ideas out there. Let it compete in the marketplace of ideas, and let's let's see what sticks. Let's go to the phones. Eight four four seven two four two five five Alexander. Under in Jersey City. Hi, welcome to science Friday. I just wanted to say, thanks for the show. I love listening to it. But I would like to take a little issue with this idea of a green economy, you set it at the outset of the program that is. There's nothing innovative. The idea has been around for quite a long time. I myself have been working for over a decade in the space of risk reduction. And resilience my issue with the likes of Okaz, your Cortes, and others is jumping on on an antiquated set of technologies, and ideas and methodologies, and what we really need to be looking at is. If how do we make our cities in our assets in terms of infrastructure, and where we live considering the rapid rates of global organization. How do we make our cities more resilient? And that is really I think where we see sustainability and this whole I mean, the word green at self is becoming quite antiquated. They're being subsumed into this practice and methodology of resilience, and you can see this with Rockefeller one hundred resilient cities program or the United Nations has a global platform for urban resilience. And so while I like and appreciate the the. A positive impact on the topic in this current negative environment. When it comes to climate change. We have to understand that. This sustainability is is while helpful it really only becomes practical in dollar terms when we can protect assets from from. Negative effects that impacts of climate change. It's a very valid point. And I would simply say to your question. What is my version the green new deal today didn't really answer that it's it's really to focus on the four zero. And my friend Hal Harvey, the CEO of energy innovations came up with these that.

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The View

The View

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The View

"Back with seven Kamla Harris, Megan. Yes, I was just having nice conversation with you during the break. So I wanted to ask you Alexandra Casio Cortez's new darling of the party. She officially has more Twitter followers than Nancy Pelosi was on sixty minutes this weekend, proudly calling herself a radical and she's promoting policies like saying that every single carbon emission in the country every car should be eliminated within the next eleven years. Everything from seventy to eighty percent tax raid. Do you agree that she could possibly in this ideology of the socialist left could splinter your party? No, I, you know, I think that she is challenging the status quo. I think that's fantastic. I think that you know, I used used to teach before especially before I in the last few years, and the thing that I always loved about teaching was when you teach it requires you to defend the premise, and it requires you to reexamine the premise and question is it still relevant is it is it is it does have impact does it have. Meaning. And I think that she is. Introducing bold ideas that that should be discussed. And I think it's good for the party. I frankly think it's good for the country. Let's look at the bold ideas. And and I'm eager that we have those discussions, and when we are able to defend the status quo, then do it. And if there is there's not merit to that. Then let's explore new ideas. We've saying she wants to impeach the obscenity. What do you think of that kind of rhetoric because I was under the impression the Democratic Party is when they go low, we go high, and now it's impeach the can't say it on television. I mean, honestly, the my candid response is that she is not the first normal. She'd be the last elected person to curse in public. I mean now, you know. And so bad for that for my response. That's my response. And, but I do believe that there is certainly, and we all know this, right? It's the subject of the conversations that you all have it's an incredible level at this table daily, which is people are feeling very passionate right now in our country, and and they're expressing those views in a variety of ways. I also do believe that that in the passion what we also do have to check. As a separate matter is that there are also very right now powerful voices in our country that are selling hate and division among us. Yeah. And we also need to check that. And. That back to the earlier point. We really do all have so much more in common than what separates us. And I think that it is just not healthy for our country. I mean, one of the reasons I wrote the book, I'm gonna just shamefully plugged my book. It's the name of the book the truth. Journey. Very. And. But but we're at an inflection point in our country and in the world riding, regardless of what would have happened in in November of two thousand sixteen we are at an inflection. If you think about it. There are emerging and descending Connie's populations are shifting for a variety of reasons, including climate change, which wish you'd be talking more about the technology automation into we're going through an industrial revolution. There's so much happening right now in the world, and my concern is that in this inflection moment, let's not lose sight of what should be our vision about how we can address and deal with one the sources of issues that are making people feel displaced and feeling left out. But also address what we need to do to actually take charge in this growing and changing world. And there's no time for us to spend fulltime staring at our belly button. When the word. Might be passing us by. And that's why I say that the the the rhetoric that causes division. Among us is is not productive. And it does not reflective who really are as a people, and you know. That'd be sad. We'd like to come back with a little more with you. Okay. So said time we'll be right back..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The View

The View

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The View

"Back with seven Kamla Harris, Megan. Yes, I was just having nice conversation with you during the break. So I wanted to ask you Alexandra Casio Cortez's new darling of the party. She officially has more Twitter followers than Nancy Pelosi was on sixty minutes this weekend, proudly calling herself a radical and she's promoting policies like saying that every single carbon emission in the country every car should be eliminated within the next eleven years. Everything from seventy to eighty percent tax raid. Do you agree that she could possibly in this ideology of the socialist left could splinter your party? No, I, you know, I think that she is challenging the status quo. I think that's fantastic. I think that you know, I used used to teach before especially before I in the last few years, and the thing that I always loved about teaching was when you teach it requires you to defend the premise, and it requires you to reexamine the premise and question is it still relevant is it is it is it does have impact does it have. Meaning. And I think that she is. Introducing bold ideas that that should be discussed. And I think it's good for the party. I frankly think it's good for the country. Let's look at the bold ideas. And and I'm eager that we have those discussions, and when we are able to defend the status quo, then do it. And if there is there's not merit to that. Then let's explore new ideas. We've saying she wants to impeach the obscenity. What do you think of that kind of rhetoric because I was under the impression the Democratic Party is when they go low, we go high, and now it's impeach the can't say it on television. I mean, honestly, the my candid response is that she is not the first normal. She'd be the last elected person to curse in public. I mean now, you know. And so bad for that for my response. That's my response. And, but I do believe that there is certainly, and we all know this, right? It's the subject of the conversations that you all have it's an incredible level at this table daily, which is people are feeling very passionate right now in our country, and and they're expressing those views in a variety of ways. I also do believe that that in the passion what we also do have to check. As a separate matter is that there are also very right now powerful voices in our country that are selling hate and division among us. Yeah. And we also need to check that. And. That back to the earlier point. We really do all have so much more in common than what separates us. And I think that it is just not healthy for our country. I mean, one of the reasons I wrote the book, I'm gonna just shamefully plugged my book. It's the name of the book the truth. Journey. Very. And. But but we're at an inflection point in our country and in the world riding, regardless of what would have happened in in November of two thousand sixteen we are at an inflection. If you think about it. There are emerging and descending Connie's populations are shifting for a variety of reasons, including climate change, which wish you'd be talking more about the technology automation into we're going through an industrial revolution. There's so much happening right now in the world, and my concern is that in this inflection moment, let's not lose sight of what should be our vision about how we can address and deal with one the sources of issues that are making people feel displaced and feeling left out. But also address what we need to do to actually take charge in this growing and changing world. And there's no time for us to spend fulltime staring at our belly button. When the word. Might be passing us by. And that's why I say that the the the rhetoric that causes division. Among us is is not productive. And it does not reflective who really are as a people, and you know. That'd be sad. We'd like to come back with a little more with you. Okay. So said time we'll be right back..

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"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"alexandra casio cortez" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"We disagree all the time. But but I think that I do understand what it is that people do that keeps them from being happy and some of the letters in the mail bag. It's so clear what they're doing that. Even they must know they just need somebody to to say, I said, I got I was at UCLA kid came up to me and said, you know, you told me to man up, and no one had ever said that to me before in the bars, very low, you know, because nobody saying to these old for you man as having this conversation Jordan Peterson who of course is doing this for a lot of. And we're looking each other and going like Jordan's made message clean up your room is something that every father should say to every son. And he's Philip stadiums of two thousand people to hear him say cleanup wrote. That's right half of the half of my stick is doing exactly the same thing that you're doing which is you know, men up taking your own life. It's a free country all your adventure. Go make something yourself and make a series of responsible decisions that end in a good result. And all of this is so revolutionary to society where we expect everybody to clean up after each other that it's that it's it's actually drawing massive crowd, which is a hopeful thing. But also kind of a sad thing. Right. I mean stuff that was taken for granted forty years ago is now revelatory on a on a personal note. I have to say that I I sometimes having found God late in life and having been such an infusion of joy into my life. I sometimes have said to God, what did they have to take fifty years, you know, 'cause like crossing the desert the just walked straight into Jordan. You would it would take ten minutes. And I really think the reason is explored every stupid. Before getting the right answer. And that's very helpful. When you're talking to people who are exploring those ideals. Lisa. All right. Chelsea says, hey crew, I have some friends who are joining the democratic socialists of America and say militant about the philosophy. Do you have any ideas on how to convince them of the heirs of their ways? I do and I don't think it has anything to do with logical organs against socialism. This is an unpopular point of view. There are myriad logical arguments. Historical philosophical arguments against socialism. I don't think that's actually the appeal. I think the appeal for these kids is a much more base level. I think it has to do with intersection -ality, I think it has to do with skin color. I think it has to do with Alexandra Casio Cortez being a Jenny from the block in the Bronx. Even though she grew up in northern Westchester. I think that's really where it comes in. And you have to make emotionally compelling narratives, we talk about this all the time out here in Hollywood, you have to tell emotionally compelling narratives about the horrors and the ravages of socialism and communism, and you. End about the wonders of free markets, and and capitalism, and I think I think if you talk about the statistics six hundred million people lifted out of poverty and thirty years just in China, basically because of capitalism because they liberalized economies the awful ravages of Cuba. You're just speaking in numbers that people are not comprehending. But if you talk about the family, the individual if you talk about Ji-Sung ho that guy who is in North Korea lost his limb because because of communism had to crawl across a river ducking guards and bullets to make it to freedom to show, the joy on his face lifting up that Walker that he's walking with and you you compare that to to the ravages they're still in that country. That is much more compelling in allowing people especially young people who have been denied moral arguments their whole lives to really clean to something. I think that's going to stick a lot better than statistics. I agree. And I also think the moral or the thing that conservatives do all the time. They talk about the fact that socialism doesn't work right? And while that's true. It's just wrong. Wrong..

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