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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

04:18 min | 9 months ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"I will remember your sins no more so don't ever think that because you've committed a sin or anything like that that god will not forgive you. He doesn't love you. I don't want to even imply that on this program. I don't want to ever imply that at all. God will forgive you so please please. Don't ever take that to mean that you will not be forgiven so onto the story here. Which is fantastic news for us. In texas the five justice. Majority of justices clarence thomas samuel alito a trump appointed justices neal gorsuch brett cavenaugh and amy conan barrett did not issue a published opinion with their decision so the precise reasoning of the court remains unclear including whether the texas law would survive a constitutional challenge on the merits when that question is squarely before the supreme court the applicants now before us have raised serious questions regarding the constitutionality of the texas law at issue chief justice john roberts wrote in a descent but the application also presents complex novel antics in procedures questions on which they had not carried their burdens. Robert explains that he was descending because an injunction would freeze the status quo while the coursework through whether texas bali constitutional right to abortion narrowly. Leaving open the possibility that he could vote in favor of the law. Later on down the road so you guys check out that article that is at breitbart. There's a little more to the article. But i just wanted to give you guys the highlights in the great news and so i saw a sign. I can't think on facebook or something. I wish i could bring that up talking about Oh yes my body. My choice and so mike actually ten delano That doesn't fall into that. Because you have a new little person inside your body. So but anyway i digress. There's no use arguing with fence posts. You know what i'm saying. Okay so that was some really really good news. Praise god god is still scott still moving. He's still in control. Okay so don't ever think because the world looks dark and it looks bleak that god is no longer involved. He is absolutely most definitely still involved. And he will be until he removes his church and he will still be involved in the world so don't ever think that our next victory is going to be california. La county to pay eight.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on 710 WOR

"17 WR dot i heart dot com We have a lot to talk about, and I want to Thank God for all of our listeners, not just here in New York City, but around the world and you guys were absolutely blown away by a last week's broadcast when we were teaching you concerning what is happening within the deep state and concerning the history of wars and diseases. And I want to just kind of pick it back on to re talk about what I talked about last week concerning the liquidation off the global deep state again the liquidation of the global Deep state. No. One of the greatest mathematicians in history. A man by the name of Dr Johannes Kepler, who had designed the Kepler Conjecture theory. He said, And I quote going back to the 17th century that there is a global pattern of history. That has been automatically dispatch Teran. Through the body politick. Allow me to say that again because that's a very pound for paradigm as we're kind of relaying this foundation to you, our students tonight here in New York City concerning the liquidation of the global Deep state. Dr Johannes Kepler, the 17th century German mathematician said. Through his kept Kepler conjecture. Fear, um That there is a global pattern of history. That is automatically become a global dis pattern of corruption through the body politick. No. You know this past weekend we have heard that the Supreme Court of the United States of America and mind you there are six conservative. Supreme Court justices, Okay? But they turned down. Um President Trump's motion by way of through the state of Texas this past Friday through a reported 7 to 2 ruling. Which is so hard to comprehend New Yorkers because six off the nine Supreme Court justices are conservative. Three of which were chosen, You know, for the past two years by President Donald J. Trump, Okay, and so through a 7 to 2 ruling. They had shut down. The state of Texas motion this past Friday, two found a complaint. Against four other states, in essence, seeking to disenfranchise over 20 million voters until overturn the 2020 presidential election. So the high court's decision is being reported as a 72 ruling, which is mind blowing because, like I said a minute ago, New Yorkers, six of the nine Supreme Court justices, three of which off the six were chosen by President Trump for the past two years. OK s O in this 7 to 2 ruling. It tells you a nice something is wrong with the system. With all of the evidence at hand, okay. Audio and video, video and audio evidence throughout the country where You've had hundreds and thousands of dead people miraculously being resurrected the vote. I don't understand, especially at the high court. Where six of the nine Supreme Court justices are supposed to be on Christian Republic Conservatives, okay? So it doesn't make any sense. It tells me one of two things number one. That the Supreme Court justices will either paid off. Number two. They themselves with written This does not make any sense whatsoever. Okay? And so this is the reason why that the deep state must be liquidated, Not my interpretation of what President Trump should do. 1 to 2 Things number one. Invoked both the 12th in the 14th amendment there by declaring martial law throughout the United States. Okay, canceling this election. By four scene. Okay, a brand new all tit. In other words, every ballot should be audit it regardless of how long it should take. So President Trump has The constitutional back into invoke Boat, the 12th in the 14th amendment. To shut down this election. And to send the military throughout the United States with a soft martial law. In order to redo the entire election and in number two If I'm President Trump I would also sign an executive order. Declassifying. Over 300 million Pieces of classified document. Yes, I said over 300 million Of who was involved with the assassinations of John F. Kennedy. Malcolm X. Dr Martin Luther King Jr and Robert F. Kennedy. Because these two things must happen. You're not like I've been saying for the past few weeks. Or under the greatest attack, not just in the annals of American political history. But throughout the global body politick that she's your host and moderator tonight, Bishop later Gators Global Spiritual Revolution Radio. So women Supreme Court Court justice near gorse IQ. Okay? Amy Conan Barrett. And break cabin. All were chosen by President Trump for the past. What, two years? And they are killing you and I Today didn't even want to look at the evidence. Something is wrong. New Yorkers with this picture. You got a woman in the Augusta, Georgia. By the name of Ruby Freeman, along with her daughter. Clearly shows on a video. That she had helped rigged this election in the state of Georgia, where her and her daughter were passing forth this flash drive and they gave it to a young man. And it was on video and she said on video, Ruby Freeman. She's going to get paid for rigging this election because she did not want President Trump to win re election and that she would be. Freeman was so upset with black people because they were backing. Donald J. Trump presidency. This is your host and moderator made tonight. Bishop Larry Gators. To the W R 17 and network. Listen again. I'm upset with the righteous indignation. Did you read about the other day?.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And she said, Um, and she talked about the bipartisan Politics and how you know everybody's getting far more angry. Everybody's getting angrier and angrier and more farther and farther and farther apart. And she said, I don't I can't agree with it. I don't I don't even know what to do. But she basically Set And then she said she's voting no on the procedure. But she said on the boat that you know Amy Conan Barrett, What's you know A C B A. C. B. Judge Barrett, she said, totally qualified to be a judge on the Supreme Court. She went through the motions with her. She interviewed her. She talked to her. She believes he's totally qualified. She doesn't believe in the process. But she believes he's qualified. That's why she's going to vote for that sort of there. But at the same time, she said, What we've done is hopeless. We put herself in a hopeless situation, she actually said. That she doesn't see you know how the Democrats the Republicans, she said. She's in favor of what we're trying to say common ground, but she doesn't see how I could possibly happen. And and and and she expressed her frustration that well, I'm gonna tell you something, Dean. In all honesty, the frustration that I see a zit American citizen is the fact that we have such a divided nation. There is no excuse, she said. I don't know there's hope. I have to agree with her. I mean, you know what's funny when you hear again we are. This is your party affiliation. When you hear that this is going to be that this is the most important election of your lifetime. And and the reasons behind it. This is the first time actually hear it. I'm like, you know what it might be because of the fact that he was in power. Makes the rules and unfortunately, the golden rule this year could be whoever wins and it's and it's scary, and Trump said it and one of the debates you said the first one, he said. You know, victory has winning. Voting has consequences if you win, and you know what these consequences will impact everybody. We're going to go on. We have a caller named Frank. And Frank wants to say, Asked about voting with the ballot and mailing in your ballot, Frank, go for it. My question. Is you going in your boat that let's just say somebody decides to send their ballot in after the fact it goes to a post office, obviously, But then where does it go? It goes to the goes to the it goes to the Voter Bureau, and they and they tally the votes. And when I can tell you is if you mail in your ballot and you voted in person, and they courted a coordinated and they see that you voted twice. You're gonna have a problem. No, I get that part but my questions other people from both sides of the fence taken these because yes, yes, definitely and that people from both sides, the monitors There's been arguments about that, because there's been some spots where there's only 111 side, not both sides and that I disagree with, but you know again when you look at it If you really want a fair on I'm about and fair and balanced voting process. It's my opinion that you should have equal equal part creepy bond. Both sides better. They're serving serving everybody that's involved. And if they're not, they're in balance. Then you got issues because that's how balance could be tossed, etcetera we really need and especially because it's 2020. There's no excuse for stuffing the ballot machines. There's no reason why we can't have it done The easy way. Onda again, I will sit here and say. Every state has early voting. I don't understand for the life of me. I'm 59 years of age. Why or how it's not possible that people cannot vote. Correctly and go down and get it done or fill out a ballot submitted properly. Now I can understand when you want you mail it. You're taking pot luck. I do believe it's smart to go down in person and make her and make your choice And I did it. I wasn't going to I refuse to vote via mail. It wasn't gonna happen on a frank on. I think it was Channel five. Mom. They did a pretty in depth interview with the secretary of state, and he took. That was your that was Roger Stroke that was the registrar. It was Joe glorious Secretary of state was that she's a female that Barbara Saganowski know the secretary of state is Marberger Sadowski. Then who That was the registrar You're talking about Joe. Gloria. Trust me, Okay? All right, so then that it was who was in charge of the mail in voting he took. He took the reporter through each step of the mail and ballot process. And what, exactly what they do, So I'm sure you could probably go to YouTube and find it Well, I didn't. And then I got a look at it this way. Then it just got to be a complete landslide. There's there's to be no way. No way that the Democrats have a shot in the back, but I don't care what anybody says. Good point. Well, I don't agree with that Big Democrats one last time with you, most of the unions back the Democrats and then in this state right now, But you know, you want to know Frank and Dean. Let me let me get some this up this way for you both to know that he was a dean. Trust me. I'm going to go on your side. You have to understand what I'm about to tell you. The reality. Frank is this The majority, So.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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It's their last chance side-by-side on Lisa Brady Fox News, president, trump, and democratic nominee Joe Biden go head to head for the second and final debate tonight Biden telling reporters before heading to Nashville hopefully. Hopefully, everybody's been tested hopefully, it's all worked out the square. The rules are looking forward to this aim mute button will be used this time to give the candidates and uninterrupted two-minute minute answer at the start of each segment the president has said he plans to press biden on controversial new reports suggesting a possible link to his sons a business dealings while he was Vice President Biden campaign is calling this. Entire. Storylines rounding Hunter Biden a right wing fringe conspiracy theory and they believe they argue that if trump brings it up tonight, it's just to distract from his corona virus response by himself. Last talked about this a few days ago in an interview with a local affiliate Wisconsin where he called the stories about hunter garbage and a smear Fox's Peter doocy in Nashville the White House says the president tested negative. For, cove on Air Force One today first lady Melania trump traveling with him her first public appearance since they both recovered from Corona virus the postal service says it's already delivered more than one hundred million ballots to or from voters but court fights continue over how long some states have to count them including North Carolina Republican. State officials North Carolina have so far been unable to convince Federal District and appeals. Courts to stop the State's Democratic Majority Elections Board from moving a deadline to accept late mailed ballots. 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Committee, if they don't testify voluntarily about restrictions on the controversial hundred Biden story the committee's Republicans voting to authorize subpoenas earlier today. That decision came during a Democrat boycott of a separate vote to send Supreme Court. Nominee Amy Conan Barrett to the full Senate. I think she believes and judicial restraint and making your very best effort as a judge to try to read the law and apply to the fact Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans a confirmation vote on Monday Democrats call the process rushed an illegitimate for the first time in its nearly one hundred year History Time magazine replaces cover logo reps replacing time. With the word vote showing an illustration of a woman wearing a face covering with a ballot box on it the artwork created by graphic artists, shepard fairy time previewing the issue which aims to encourage readers to cast their ballots in the final days of the presidential election auctions Christian Goodwin. 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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This week, of course, included the Amy Cockney Barrett confirmation hearings being held by the Senate Judiciary Committee before being turned over to a full of lot's full vote on the Senate floor. Hopefully soon and it was interesting to say the least. There were a few noteworthy soundbites. Although on the whole it was far less drama filled the Libert Cavanaugh hearing's still some interesting stuff. You're listening to Saturday night on the circle, and I'm your humble host Ethan Hatcher, Dr. Root stepping out once again this week, and we wish him well visiting family. But of course, we have lots of things to cover, and I wanted to start with Senator Maisy Hirono sound bite from Hawaii. Of course, she asked a question pertaining to the issue that came up during Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings being thie idea of sexual assault, citing a statement from Chief Justice Roberts and NT 17 during which she acknowledged that the judiciary is not immune from the problem of sexual misconduct. Kurono took it upon herself stated that it was her duty to ensure the fitness of nominees who have lifetime appointments. And this is what she said to ensure the fitness of nominees for a lifetime appointment to the federal bench or to any of the other. Positions for any of the committees in which they appear. I asked each nominee these two questions and I will ask them of you since you became a legal adult. Have you ever made unwanted requests for sexual favors? Or committed any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature? No Senator who? Oh, no entered into a settlement. Related to this kind of conduct. Now, Senator you used the term sexual preference. Okay? Yeah, And you could hear that there. Senator made Verona was beginning to berate me Cockney Barrett for her use of the term sexual preference to describe homosexual acts of homosexuality or other sexual orientations. And she said that that was in front of the LGBT community when in fact, Ruth Bader Ginsberg had used the same term to describe the same thing. It's not hateful. It's not bigoted. And, of course, the idea that she was asking Amy Conan Barrett if she never sexually assaulted someone. Holy ridiculous. Had she had she been found guilty of such a thing. It would be a matter of public record. So I can't imagine why the senator, which you would elect, to use your very valuable time questioning a Supreme Court nominee with that kind of nonsense, But whatever I mean, I think it was very indicative. Of a lack of preparation on the part of the Democrats. They didn't seem to be able to lean into anything in particulary, and one of the most important aspects of a confirmation hearing is the idea that you are coming to understand the nominees judicial thought process, not what they're going to be ruling on specific judicial issues. Were they going to come up to the Supreme Court? But largely, that's the direction that the senator's questions took. Of course, she also faced drilling on the issue of the Second Amendment. From Senator Dick Durbin and I found that interaction amusing because Indiana gotta shout out using an old tired trope of liberals blaming us for Chicago gun crime. Here's what the senator had to say. Wild grilling Amy Barrett. I'm honored to represent the city of Chicago in the state of Illinois. It's a great city, but it has great problems, too. And one of them is gun violence On the average we know in America 100 Americans are killed every day by gunfire. 40,000. Here in the city of Chicago. More than 3200. People have been shot just this year. 3200, according the city's gun, trace report in 2017 majority of illegally used or possessed firearms recovered in Chicago or trace back to states with less regulation over firearms, such as Indiana in Mississippi 2017 report found that Indiana alone was the source of 21% of all Chicago's recovered crime guns way. Know how it works. Where you live. You know how it works. There's a traffic between Chicago Northern Indiana and Michigan going on constantly and here. Listen to what? Dick Durbin Ah ah ascribes. To the increase in gun trafficking incorrectly. In fact, the senator is outright lying to you. Here, listen very closely to weighs, about two say about gun shows gun shows they're held in Gary, Indiana and other places and when they're selling these firearms without background checks on. Fortunately, These gang bangers and thugs Philip the trunks of their cars with firearms and head into the city, Chicago and kill everyone from infants to older people. Those who are so called not violent felons, quote only felons like Wicked Cantor have a propensity to commit violent felonies in the future, or you not. There was no evidence of that in the case, and we on courts, for example, the arms career criminal acts.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I need to make it every bit actionable when they do stuff like this. If they won extra, you're on the edge. Welcome to my radio program. I I'm not a journalist. I don't play one on the radio. But I bring you a lot of journalists stuff that other people actually go out. Do the legwork on and ah, you're the media as well. We are the new media, meaning we need to get the information because the zombie American Pravda media is not going to They're hiding it from people. They have an agenda. That agenda is global socialism, Even if they can't articulate it. That's what it is by default. They want global socialism and let's define that quickly here. Forget everything you've heard about Socialism. Forget about when you're a kid. Her Philbrook Island three lives. The Red menace coming to scare. Here's what it is. A bunch of people with a lot of money. I mean, mega industrialists. Ah, intellectual property holds people in Big Pharma. These are people that have what I call deep. You money and beef starts with an F They can buy and sell you 40 times over. Make the 140 times over. They are at the top thinking that they are the smart ones, because after all they got there, right. So they're the smart ones. They're the enlightened ones. They're the ones that will determine how things work. And then you We're just going to go to work every day and you're going to get this is the socialism aspect of it. You're going to get what you need. No. You want what you need. They'll determine which any by that you see what I could get a job, make more money and buy more stuff that I know. I'm not talking about that I'm talking about. You're going to get a dishwasher That doesn't get your dish is 100% claim used to But they've determined through their smartness that there's a very, very dangerous component of the, uh Out there in the universe that they control masters of the universe that because you can't put phosphate in the detergent anymore, So your dishwasher doesn't work as good as it used to your shower doesn't run as hard as it used to. Doesn't run as hard, Forceful isn't used to that kind of thing. I'm just coming up with examples where you get the point. You're not going to be able to drive a certain car after a while, because it's it's on the has the wrong kind of fuel and we're the smart ones. And we've determined that you can't use this kind of fuel. That's it. But that's what it is. It's control straight of control. That's what socialism is A bunch of people of the top have all the money make all the decisions. The people down here are dictated to as to what they could do what they can do. Where they could drive where they can try. Were they whether they have to have a diaper on their face or not have a diaper on their face when they go to Wal Mart? That's it. I just wrote a A post on Facebook by Pala Mine who was? I guess he was in. Ah, Meyer was my route in north North North Hill. I guess he was trying to buy a roast for some kind of barbecues having he went in, and he's got to meet in. The manager comes up and says You need a mask. And he said, No, I'm not wearing a mask, and he said, Well, you are in my store. And told him he would not be allowed to buy anything unless you put a mask on. So I think you handed the guy the roasted walked out of the store and he posted the guy's picture on Facebook. So the masters of the universe have this p on down here running the mask. He tried to explain to him. Don't you understand? We have to wear a mask. Governor lost that fight. Doesn't matter. Masters of the universe tell us that we have to do it. So anyway, this is kind of a small example. But nonetheless a large example I would argue. And I want to ask five questions and I just snagged. Ah, we won't hear these in the zombie American prophet of media. No infected tonight When Joe and Donald up against you tell the ratings wise on two separate networks, and Jo has probably like 14 people paying attention to him. People may want to ask these questions of Joe Ask him of Donald to let's start there supposed to be for Kamala Harris. And after all, she's the one running for president Kamala Harris. Ah grilled Amy Cockney Barrett. That was disgusting. So five things the media should grow Harris about. I took this down by what's his name? Your Joel Pollack. No power. Let's look at the question. Maybe we want to ask Kamala Harris asked Joy joking us Kamala Harris this because I mean she was really mean She was a mean girl, mean girl. Amy Conan Barrett. Plus, she went off on a bunch of tension crazy crap that had nothing to do with the Supreme Court. Justice confirmation, just all self serving hideous stuff. So let's ask her this. Prosecuting a journalist for exposing Planned parenthood. Remember David Dylan? Remember? I remember I remember as California Attorney General Kamala Harris prosecuted David delayed. After he made a series of undercover videos showing the Planned Parenthood appeared to be harvesting and selling tissue from aborted babies. They didn't appear they were straight up work. He's the first and only journalist ever prosecuted in California for producing undercover video. Harris allegedly about to request from Planned Parenthood to suppress the video. Clayton called Harris the greatest threat to civil rights and generations. Let's ask her about that. That's headed by the way. None of this matters. It doesn't it doesn't. It's irrelevant in many ways. Because it's not going to sway people who are for the agenda who are arrogant in their stupidity. They're advancing advancing American socialism's last the global socialist agenda. And an art even smart enough to be able to articulate that. Yeah, but they will through their actions and through their vote, they will further it. So they're not that this doesn't just weighed them. It's not like Oh, man. You know, there was making a point, man. You know where this Shih sounds like, Like, Really. She's in the tank for Planned Parenthood. They want to be in the tank for Planned Parenthood. So this is but again. This is information that the zombie media will not will not ask. They don't There's no media left. That's why I'm functioning his media and you are, too. By spreading these stories. Infact, I'll say, I've said it before I'll say it again. You should find this story. It's over a prepper. Printed out print on 10 of them and put them in magazines in common areas where you work, Let's say, for example, you work in. Ah Oh, I don't know. How about ST Joe Hospital. You're in radiology somewhere. There are people In your department that go on breaks and they go in. And maybe there's a magazine there. Stick this in the pages of one of them. Let's see you get your tires rotated. You go to your car dealership for your mechanic..

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Now, if you can't make it you will immediately after that session, get the on demand video sent to you for free and I'm gonna tell you three weeks left to go. The financial checklist is going to be crucial because look, if it does go the other way. November. 4th is not going to be a good day in Wall Street that I could tell you and you for one cage your retirement dollars. They're all counting on you to basically take care of some business. All right, let's go ahead and get right back to our busy calls. Dave, you're next. Welcome to the program. All right, let's go ahead and move on. It looks like J d. You're gonna probably close us out tonight. You're up. What's on your mind? Thank you. A quick cleanup on history. Reason why Lincoln did nominate anybody. The Senate was out of session. Back then they were campaign. Did you know that in any airplane, so he cooked up in eight Anybody? There was nobody there. Hero. Two quick things. I don't know if you've heard Ah, the senator from Hawaii. Her questioning of John Ridiculous that she's so ridiculous Baby Verona. She asked her if she ever raped anyone. As a lunatic her if she had any sexual charges against her, and I can't remember a third stupid question to ask a woman. Of this caliber. Those questions is the Senate. I don't think it's ever been done before. I mean, it was in a courtroom the judge would have set out of order. They asked a woman a question like that. A witness. And also the other thing, which was reported by Grant back yesterday. Uh, the top Jeannie All ideology is in the world. They do things back to Charlotte Made came up with 9 18 32 Jesse Robinette. Great, great great grandfather of Joe Robin and fight. Only 12 slave detail their names and how much they cost. And what have you? I'm wondering if anyone is in the media will ever asked these questions. This question to, uh To fight about his history. I love to hear the answer regarding doctors. Real quick, every TV doctor, but the by the NBC and CBS say this is our contributor. Every TV doctor are these stations disagrees with just about everything that President Trump does or say about Ah, virus, even though a skating this information Of other doctors. Is that strange? It is strange. It just shows you where we're at JD and going back to the Senate, and I appreciate the call JD. I'm getting close to break. But going back to the Senate, you had to hear the senator's question This woman of integrity. Is shocking, and I want to say one other thing. Ginsberg didn't own that seat. So when I heard Senator Klobuchar talking about, well, Ginsburg would've done this and get okay. Well, Ginsberg is no longer here. Ginsberg doesn't own that seat. The American people own that seat and that seat will be occupied by the nominee. If she, in fact is confirmed, which I believe Amy Conan Barrett will be confirmed the the absolute arrogance and stupidity and I'm glad you brought that up. J D. It's was disgusting. But yet where the feminist Where's Gloria Allred, where the feminist screaming To the defense off Amy Cockney Barrett there, not there because this proves once and for all. Why term limits are important. This proves once and for all. Why elections matter and why they have consequences. Simple.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Going to start up where you're Podcasting from 36. So says the brick. I'm extremely jealous. Yeah, it's a great place. Brad. The painter says, John, I'm a musician. Get off the bed now. Covert. 19 has nothing on what's living in that room. Very picture of the Ruhr shot stain on the bottom of the mattress town. You'll enjoy better. You better get permission from the brake before you publish that to a six many a time my band played the brick and spent the night in the upstairs apartment. No idea. Crazy. Travis Borghi Tuo Sixes Meth. I can focus the person have scattered minds but can cause paranoia and insane thoughts and behaviour. I lived in San Diego in the late eighties, when math was everywhere. That's why I left. Seattle is now far, far worse than San Diego Wass. Area code two of six. Hey, dude, we have a mental health system. But like many healthcare conditions, like back pain there many people for whom we haven't figured out relief to Oh, sixes. Maybe shooting up in public shouldn't be a misdemeanor. Yeah, and on the turkey's business, 36 So can't. The turkey's just go on a diet. Too old six, has cooked the large turkey and then take food to the elderly neighbor. There you go. And 253. This is going to be the best day in Thanksgiving holiday ever. Nobody coming over. Fantastic Christmas. Nobody coming over again. Fantastic. Let's do this all the time. Ah, she's too Oh, sixes. I like out. Tom's bleeding Heart wants to save turkeys from the chopping block by starving them. It's much more humane, not starving them. Just don't stuff them too. The gills for 25 broad breasted market turkeys cannot be kept alive longer than a set amount of time without causing significant injury and harm to the animals. Okay, this I didn't know letting them stay alive, seizing to feed them or letting them free would be cruel. 206 says, and deep fried frozen turkeys make the best turkey stories do not do it, But people still do that. Do it. Yes. Talk radio 36. So talk radio leans right because people who are listening are on their way to work. To work for 25. I'm with Tom on this one. Pat the head and thick from orcas. To be fair. Fox News just successfully argued in court that no reasonable person would believe that anything on Tucker Carlson's show would qualify as factual news. Amy Barrett the judge 2536 John, It's OK for both sides have radical politics, even got the Supreme Court even get on the Supreme Court. But when Republicans can cheat And not hold a vote four years ago and win, then completely switched the script. When again not okay. I like this one. I think area code two of six, Tom. Just borked. Curly. I think so. I think that's okay too. 06. Curley's like the drunk uncle of Thanksgiving. Bring up old politicians that most people that table are too young to remember. Oh, sorry. I'm sorry. Well, there you are in your rocking chair and that upstairs room in an attic in a box. I think going back to the forties, Ames and his aqua Amy Conan Barrett continues to give her non answers in the hearings, and then we'll follow the right wing agenda. Once on the.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"There is no Hey, political correctness. There are no safe zones for the snowflakes. And there are no safe zones for the snowflakes, folks a little bit of trouble today with my Voice and we're going to take care of that. As we go on with the program. I am so glad you could join us and we have a lot to go through today. Much of which Has been covered today. Has been covered today. My other host. But I think they've missed the point. I think they'd missed the point. Entirely. And I think that we've finally come to the 0.22 days out. Great two days out. From the election. I think we finally come to the point. Where It's time. To make A decision. It's time. That we all sit down. And make a decision. I'm gonna ask you to help me with that decision tonight, and I hope you find it to be I guess. An enjoyable journey. To this decision. Because we've got to get it done. This is this is The end. A long story. This is the end. Of a trip that we have been on is a matter of fact, I can't believe That we have taken this long to get to this. Point in our trip. But we have managed to do it together. Without falling apart completely. At least that's my view. I don't think we have Falling apart completely. I think we're here. Because we wanted to be here. And I think we're here. Because we need To be here. We've got 56% of Americans. Who say they are better off now. And under Trump. That flat out isn't true. We have The other. Percentage of people. Who think that we're not Basically what I'm saying is Weak. Don't have A clue. Where we are. Because They Don't have a clue where they are. And we are totally Totally In possession or in a position. Where we are. Totally In a position where we are We're in control. That's what I see. What do you see? A telephone number. 893 93 85. It's 809 to 3 w. D. T K. We are in a position right now. Opposition like we have never been in before. Not in my life, Not in your life. At least I don't think we have In your life. I know. We haven't in my life. Our president right now. Is presiding. Over. Over this Conglomeration. Of Of people. Home. They're checking things off on a list. They're checking things off the list. That years ago. At years ago. There would not have been This kind of reaction. Where one week it's 56% of Americans say this 56% of Americans say that And it goes on and it goes on, and it goes on. And here we sit on Monday, the 22nd. Frankly, I don't think The average American Really knows. Where it is. We stand. And I want you. Tonight to tell me Where it is. You say? That we stand. The presidential checklist. Right now. Where does it say? That you stand When they call you When they say, What is it? You think Mr Voter. Mrs. Order, Miss Voter. Where is it? And the fact of the matter is I don't think The average voter. Nose. Exactly. Where they do, Stan. Um I want you to comment on this. 809 23 93 85. That's 893. 93 85. Amy Conan Barrett. Where As the United States stand. On the election confirmation whether you want to call it Of Amy Colin Barrett. To the Supreme Court. Where is it? That we stand today. It's gonna happen. Where do we stand? Do you know? Let's settle this one first. Let's make this one the first when we settled Tonight. Here on the Patriots. 893 united 3 85. That's 809 to 3. 93 85 Let's go to Gary. Oh, it's Garrett on the Patriot. On On the hatred. He did. Well. Not to his loss. 893 93 85. That's 809 to 3. W D ck. I really want to hear from you on Amy Conan Barrett. I want you to Let us know this is the first big e that were involved in tonight. Let's get it handled and move on. That's any Amy Conan Barrett. For Supreme Court. Let's get that one handled. Where do you stand on that? And why? 893 93 85. Give it to us..

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. I'm Steve Berg. I believe Americans of all backgrounds deserve an independent Supreme Court and interprets our Constitution and laws as they're written, But I believe I conserve my country by playing that wolf. That's Amy Conan Barrett at Amy Cockney Barrett. I should say. At the nomination hearings the confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier today it's expected that the committee could vote as soon as Friday to approve her nomination. It's expected as well that there's not gonna be much to stop. But the Democrats have said as much that they think it will go through. That's one of the stories that Ashley catches watching. She's the national correspondent for News Nation and joins us most days at this time. Ashley, Welcome back. I'm glad you decided to come back this week. I'm not hearing Ashley. We all connected therein. We're gonna have to reconnect with Ashley Kim. I know you had many of the top news stories in your newscast there, but you didn't report the Tribune is saying that the old country bath light Buffet has closed its last Illinois restaurant. That's probably the saddest thing I've heard all day. Do you do you like my parents used to bring my kids to the old country buffet all the time. It was like their weekend treat they would go and when I was growing up there, kids love a good buffet kids and grandparents. Still, I think, but when I was a kid, there's a place called the Red Wood in And but it used to be a small thing like we used to call him smorgasbord. Have you ever heard of that? Sure, Okay, so we go to the smorgasbord, and that's where they would have the deep fried shrimp and I would just sit. There is a 12 year old and just fill my plate with deep fried shrimp over and over and over again, But ah, the pandemic is causing problems, obviously, and but I'm afraid the country in buffet is not the only you know Only buffet that's gone by the wayside since the pandemic. I think buffets in general are a thing of the past for a while. Yeah, I wonder if they will. You know, I was at AA is at a grocery store earlier. This week, and they had the soup back. You could pour your own soup. Really. Every salad bar that I've seen in a grocery is basically gone, and they have everything pre packaged sitting inside the salad bar area. No, my Mariano's Now they've got the hot bar back. Couple. Really. Speaking of backup. Ashley catches with this actually thought you bolted on us there first would miss a Monday so big story would well, first while the president is wheels up. He's on his way to Florida for a campaign rally, and it's just us. He was leaving. His doctor came out with a little notice, right? That's right. We all saw the memorandum from his physician, giving the public the first inclination that he has tested negative. For covert 19. This was the Abbott auntie Gin test. Important to note here that this wasn't the only time he was tested in isolation. This is a consecutive days of testing that have taken place to get to this determination. Okay, So he, according to that statement in the Implication is that he's not contagious. Grow exactly Okay, but he wasn't altogether in isolation, either, right? He was moving around the White House grounds for a while. And there were some that there was a least one event this weekend. Correct? Yeah, eso theirs at the President's up, he leaves behind in Washington, Amy Cockney Barrett, who looks to be well on her way to confirmation for the Supreme Court. Justice. That's right. We saw the hearings get underway this morning. And just in the last few moments it looks like the AP is reporting that The committee. The Judiciary Committee is already scheduled a vote Thursday morning before the hearings have ended so late a visit and hear this yet? No. So Thursday. They're supposed to have witnesses, right? Like character references or things like that. I would imagine, you know all we know at this point, it's scheduled for four days and This is now, according to the committee, Lindsey Graham, the chairman of that committee has scheduled a vote. So, according to the AP for 9 A.m. Thursday morning, So do you think they'll vote? And then hear from the witnesses. They're just kind of blow off. Maybe they think they're gonna go through the witnesses more quickly. You know, it's unclear right now, because you know, you have to look at the the rules and I think you're supposed to wait a week before you would vote. Really? Which would be October 22nd. Well, but that'd be the committee. I mean, that'd be the senator's a hole, right? Exactly right. So I was watching a little bit of it today. What came out of it really Looks like it's a done deal. Obviously well, today, you know, she gave him a nice brief introduction of all of her seven Children and of which all the mamas I'm sure understood that And we're you know, understood how proud she was of her own Children. But she talked about The impact of the decisions that she would be faced with if she if she was elected to the Supreme Court, And she said that she would treat them as her own Children, the people who would be impacted by these big decision. What's the story? You're covering out of Louisiana? Okay, there's a good one. Also, if you're watching tonight, about eight o'clock, there's 11 year old boy. Who stole a school bus and not only stole the school bus but took it on a 45 minute joyride. But police On a joy ride ride for about 15 miles. It all ended safely, but you'll want to see the video. You have me. Do you have brought blood arrested? You have to blow out part of the video. No, we're showing that you can't see the child's face. No, but I'm a pretty good pace through town. I heard he was slipping off. The cops would buy them though there was a middle finger involved on and some laughing. I believe that the officers about about 20 of them, This was an all hands on deck pursuit this morning. It's another reason to watch news Nation tonight for you. Thanks for joining us today.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Then you should vote Republican. You want the government to come up with a clear plan on how to handle the virus and try to keep everyone safe. You should vote democratic. That's why I don't know if I agree with that. I think the president has a clear plan. They're doing the best. I can do it A lot of testing. No, the president. Clear plan is obviously to just, you know, let it be the virus. The virus is the virus. Maybe get her immunity. Whatever they're thinking, they're not The president isn't thinking about keeping everyone safe. She didn't even keep himself stays. The better question is, if you want bigger government, you vote for the Democrat. You want smaller government you vote Republican? Well, we're talking about. We're talking about covert. But in general the you know, the Democrats have more government bond. There's no question but They want us to. The Democrats won all the purse strings. They want you to do exactly what they tell you to do it how to do it. They want to dictate what's best for you and me on the case of cold with the Democrats are following science and following what the scientists say The Republicans don't want to do that. They followed with health insurance law, but What's the What's the science on the health care law? Let's not talk about how we were talking about cold and pat. Good health care was boring. I don't care what you say. Every people called in and said it was boring, Leslie If you looked into the big government, big government, they they want to be able to think for us. The best part about being an American is we're independent. We get to do what we want to do. We can work. We could be successful. I don't give a rat's behind that The government has responsibilities in this country, and that's just you can't avoid. You can't avoid the responsibility of government. They collect taxes and pay for things that you need for infrastructure that very for people to live. I mean, it would be called is our government has been inefficient for so long. That's the truth. We call that they just worry about kids keeping the border safe roads paved and let the American people go to work to make a living. The government has to take care of things that could provide the life that we have you, kid. All you have to do is look around and see parks and roads and bridges and sores. I mean, there's no way around that that that's their job. But how we live, what we were what we do for jobs. How are careers work should be in that business at all. I don't eat it all while but what? But Cove is a good example. So the scientists are saying one thing And do you follow science? You don't follow science and other countries. There's no cases in the city forever. No, basically what he's saying is One thing one day and another another day. So we does. The covert covert is incredibly infectious and faith. Math, for instance, work. I mean, if you if everybody wore masks, the rate of infection will go down and you know this's the betterment. Some people get no symptoms at all, and some people wind up in the hospital and died the most accessible way to avoid This problem, They clearly stated it wasn't the mask. It was social distancing, and that's really where we should be ridiculous. The fact In fact, that's what he said. Wait. That's one of the reasons why things are so if you look at the NHL I had a pretty much put themselves in quarantine. There were no fans, and they stayed amongst themselves. I had no problems with hockey. Nobody broke out with Kobe, right, and they test it every day. Famous football and football. They're testing every single person they test every single person everyday right now how many games were cancelled this week? Right, Wolf. Somehow it's gone in. It's been good right up until now, but the same concern for the president. Everything was good until this week when he when they have that Rose Garden. I mean that that that event at the Rose Garden worry worry, you know was was Nominating Amy Conan Barrett. I mean, that's embarrassing. There's all these people with no face, mask, hugging and kissing, and and they're all they're all getting cold. But now, I mean, that's what the scientists are warning about. I mean, they were they? They found out where the Kobe started. How they got it. How about it? They know nobody knows for sure. But it sure looks like that that that party in the Rose Garden was word started. There's seven. You know, eight or nine people have already tested positive from there. They're doing the contact tracing saws of this moment. They have me when that once they finally give us a direct, positive hit, then we have an idea where it came from. We just don't know. I mean, President been a lot of stuff around the country round. Warning. You know, obviously there speculating because no one knows for sure, but it sure looks like it was that I mean, loosen Pat. We can go back to this as many times as you like. But the Democrats are following the scientists and following the science and the Republicans were willing to do that, and that's just the bottom line. Michigan Congress, Persons on tape making the statement. I'm wearing a mask so I can make the social I could make everybody believe what I'm doing, But I'm only doing this to garner votes. All right. Well, how it became a political issue. I have no idea. How does wearing a a mask you know, become political. It makes it all is I'll tell you this when you go into a casino. And you could smoke without a mask on You and I can't. There's something wrong now I know we opened up Nevada this week. 250. We could go to church right? Things were getting better. That you're trying to bring some of the businesses back to question the Faras. The economy is concerned. I think it's more about jobs, you know, sooner related. The country can't just keep giving money to people. We've got to get back to work, right? Well, A lot of people grew that. Hey, we got a caller we got will on ly, What are you doing? Gentlemen, doing fine can hear me, OK? Yeah, we can hear you. No, I don't want a speakerphone. Always liketo. Ask people so that you know there comes with Tony. Well, gentlemen, there, there's an old term called. There's a lot. They're unpacked as you're just covering a lot of different directions, but Number one. I thought we're going to talk about the reconstruction of America because no one else is doing that. They're just arguing all these points, right? Well well and will It's really hard with the divisiveness. I mean, everyone sees things so completely different. I mean, you sure you've talked to Republicans and Democrats that they have a totally different narrative? It's really hard. I try all the time. I try to bridge the gap with a lot of people, but but but the way they see it, it's so different because of the spin on the various networks and the various You know, programs that that they want you now do you need to stop right there? Okay. You're absolutely correct. Everything you said right now is undeniable. You cannot have the discussion..

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O R and I aren't radio stations. 69 degrees at nine o'clock. Good morning. I'm falling to Castro. It became official yesterday at the Rose Garden, where President Trump nominated Conservative Judge Amy Conan Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. The president is expecting a quick confirmation by the Senate. They should be a straightforward and prompt confirmation should be very easy. Good luck is going to be very quick. I'm sure it'll be extremely non controversial. The 48 year old Baron is a federal appeals court judge in Indiana. If confirmed, she would replace iconic Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on September 18th. Barrett praising Ginsberg during yesterday's ceremony. Justice Ginsburg began her career at a time when women were not welcome in the legal profession, but she not only broke glass ceilings, she smashed them. Should Barrett be confirmed. President Trump will have three picks on the nine member Supreme Court and a solid 63 conservative majority for the first time in nearly four months more than 1000. New Yorkers tested positive for cover 19 in a single day. But is that number a little misleading? Lisa Sal body with Mohr On Friday, there were 1005 new cases of Corona virus. That's a 1% positive rate. State officials say The daily number of new cases hasn't been that high since June. 5th a Koven 19 task force member, put it in context. Tweeting in June. The state was averaging 60,000 tests today. Yesterday, the state performed 100,000 tests. The number of New Cove in 19 cases in New York has inched up recently. Officials believe it's partly due to schools, college campuses and more businesses Reopening Lisa Cell body. W R News. At least 28 people arrested in Louisville overnight is major demonstrations continue their new protests happening nationwide. His attorneys for Briana Taylor's boyfriend are asking for the grand jury transcript. Transcripts and all the material in the investigation into her death. ABC is Trevor all with more intense.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Way are 37 days to the election three days to the first presidential debate. And 11 hours to the announcement of the next Supreme Court Justice nominee of President Trump. Now all odds air on Judge Amy Conan Barrett. Mainstream media is all running with it is, though it were fact in the reports are based on reports from CNN and from The New York Times The New York Times, quoting six sources. Supposedly close to the president that remain unnamed. But apparently, according to the reports, it will be Judge Amy Cone and Barrett. A former law clerk to Justice Antonin Scalia. Now she was nominated to the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals by President Trump May have 2017 confirmed by the Senate October 31st of 2017. She was a professor of law at Notre Dame Law School. She's thought civil procedure, constitutional law and statue, Terry Interpretations. She is a University of Notre Dame law professor. As we mentioned she resides in South Bend, Indiana. She's married and she has seven Children five or biological two adopted from Haiti. And we're going to get into a detailed conversation very shortly with Delia Shapiro. He's a Cato Institute, and he's actually written a book just out this week on the Supreme Court and the new nomination, So we're going to talk with Delia about that very shortly. Also, Jim trustee will join us later on in this hour, and we're going to read from Jim trustee on her opinions. And what could happen on Roe vs Wade That seems to be one of the main concerns of many in the media. So we'll talk with Jim Trust e about that later on. Also, John Gizzi will have the political implications as well. So a lot to come up on Amy Comey Barrett this morning. I wanted to mention that the president was out campaigning yesterday and there's been a lot of talk about Joe Biden and kind of staying close to home in Wilmington, Delaware, and campaigning from the basement. President. Trump made four appearances yesterday. And they weren't all in Washington. He started the day in Miami went to Atlanta came to Washington at a meeting with supporters of Trump Hotel and then after three events flew down to Newport News for another event rally last night, and at that rally, this is how he addressed the nomination to come today. Five o'clock tomorrow at the White House. We're going to be naming the.

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Goya of the judge from Florida and I like her a lot. Absolutely everything Cuban American has written. Hundreds of decisions were passed on hundreds of decisions. She's no lightweight. When it comes to it. They'll be lots to talk about in the hearings, and she is celebrated by Mr De Santis, and we know how important floor Florida's for the president's election. If he were not to choose Ligaya. I would want a full explanation of why. Well, I think John what a lot of people in the in the bass and the conservative legal community would say is that Whether it's Amy Cockney Barrett for Judge let Goya you can't go wrong with either one of them whether The gym. The geography of the judicial pick really advances the ball that much in the presidential election. I have my doubts about that. I think what does move the ball up The field is if the president picks a very solid nominee, and I think either one of them Would help not just in Florida, but would help throughout the country and not just help Trump I think would help Republicans generally status. In the past and the judicial nominees during the confirmation process, refused to comment upon cases It could wind up in front of the court. I think that in the in the Justice League Owen McCoy's case what you saw what she said that grocery Wade was settled law she come into the product. Isn't that a red flag for many conservatives who hoped the next justice is pro life and willing to override with a lot of us? Consider the judicial abomination of Roe v. Wade. Well, I certainly think Daddy is that one of the things that all Republican judicial nominees have to do is come up with some dance that they're going to do when they get asked about Roe v. Wade. It's one of the really unfortunate politicized parts that of the judicial conference. Formacion process that I think has ruined not just that process but has made the court much more of a political institution. Been a legal one. I I can only say that, you know, sure. I would want to look at all of her answers and look she was she was elected. She was confirmed with a heavy amount of democratic support. She may be a very fine judge. You know, we're all just starting to get familiar with her. But I am not one who thinks that judges shouldn't be asked about how they would rule on cases. I don't agree with that way of thinking because my attitude is if the Supreme Court is going to act like a super Legislature. Then we ought to treat the people who were nominated to it as if they were legislators and ask them what they're going to do. You know, I don't like this whole thing where you know everybody kind of dances around and they say, Oh, I can't discuss that. Because that may come before me and I may have to rule on it. You know? Look, if you're going to be a legislature than we want to know what you're going to do. Justice Barbara Ligaya of the Third District Court of Appeal was appointed by Governor Jeb Bush to her post in June. 22,006 he became chief judge January 1st 2019. She is married with Children and is a prominent in the Cuban American community of Florida. I mentioned that Amy Conan Barrett, who has been recommended for years, was always seen as the person waiting for unopened seat at the court. And she, of course on my Andy. I take your point. That region's aren't profound when it comes to the court, But these days, any mention of Wisconsin gets people like Joe Biden to show up right away. You would agree with that. And a cell? Yes. Or at least to AA, least fire abs ILM in from his basement progress, Absolutely right. And and that is I I I ask you because you're very familiar with the Republican Florida. Community, especially the Cuban American community there. I don't think they need a reason to vote for President Trump already. Would you agree that Daddy's They're ready to go? Well, you never know in Hispanic community is far bigger than just Cuban Americans in Florida in terms of the judicial philosophy certainly had to nominate someone to fill the vacancy. The other question about what the Senate may or may not do is up to the Senate to advise and consent. But the president haven't informed their duty to name someone and he should do it relatively quickly. That is macabre. American greatness. Andrew McCarthy National Review Online. The president has promised. We don't have long to wait the weekend, he said. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter show. John Baxter show podcast is always available on iTunes and other distinguished podcasting sites, all four hours all the time. There's something very dangerous in your home..

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"amy conan barrett" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

10:10 min | 3 years ago

"amy conan barrett" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Center, check it out at breakpoint dot org. Thanks for listening to the break point podcast. Well, let me go to the other thing that I think is encouraging sign, and and I was actually encouraged by the Atlantic piece of there isn't Atlantic video kind of peace on my Larose and really live action. But really it was you as the face of this kind of young movement. And I think it was almost I mean, I sound like you just kind of popped on the scene. But it was almost like here you have this. Left-of-centre publication. Speaking mostly pro abortion advocates. That's suddenly coming to the realization like pro-life is normal. I I don't want to say normal. I mean, you know, they still, you know, said, you know, the line from Planned Parenthood that your videos are doctored. And so on especially the expose videos on them. But there is I guess there was a tone of respect Lila that I saw this Atlantic peace, or at least a in acknowledgement that you are a formidable foe in that people like you exist in whereas I think in the past even five seven years ago people like you activists young activists pro life people where the extremist, you know, the, and they were only talked about as the extremists. And it seemed like there was at least a recognition that pro-life is a little bit more mainstream than has been admitted in the past and the Atlantic pieces just one example of that. And again on that saying everything's hunky Dory. I'm not saying they did miss. Represent your videos. I'm not saying any of that. But I am I overstating that kind of try to do these kind of moments of cultural now uscis that I think are important in this Atlantic piece to me was really interesting and really important just because it was almost like Lila exist people like careers issed. And this matters. This is a force to be reckoned with him. What was your take on it? Yeah. I agree with you, John. I think in a one of our goals at live action is to mainstream the pro-life position in the pro-life mindset, which can lead to pro-life behavior. So one of our, you know, our jobs is to mainstream the reality that abortion is disgusting. It's a human rights violation. And we have to do better than that for women kids in families. And I think the Atlantic Kennesaw that we were doing that. And that we have been doing that, you know, we have a long ways to go, but we've made some big strides towards that us and the rest of the pro-life movement and also other cultural trends that are happening which we could talk separately about, but I think they'd Lennick acknowledge that and we're also really strategic. We try to be really. Strategic and when they interviewed me, you know, we gave them several hours of time. They followed me to different events and a lot of time interviewing man, it's a matter of just being very mindful about how we present the truth. You know, I think as activists would get really passionate really excited, but it's really sticking to the reality of what abortion is what it's doing a child what it's doing to women. So I think it was a twofold thing first of all that's a reality that pro-life is being mainstreamed more and more people are accepting it as inacceptable position in in respecting the position. And then also because I think the Atlantic when they interviewed us we were very thoughtful about how we interacted with them and how we represented the pro life position. And I think that combination made a largely favorable or positive piece. I mean, I thought there could have been improvements, of course. But you know, we were glad that we took the time to talk with them will invoke. I think the the increasing professionalism that they respected in that piece of your organization. Lila is reflective. Of a growing professionalism. I'm like, you I speak at a lot of pregnancy care center banquets and not all pregnancy care centers are created equal, certainly. But there is a a market elevation in the level of professionally in the services that are offered in the innovative kind of thinking in the creative ways that they serve their clients at that. I think that the the movement has matured, and I think that's a really good sign. What look we got just a few minutes left, and maybe just one or two more questions, and I want to jump quickly to the political side of things because obviously with the the reworking of the supreme court, we now have a pro-life or what we think is a pro-life supreme court. You know for the first time in recent memory at the same time. We obviously have a a Khan at least, you know, house that is going to put forward, you know, continue to put forward a congressional funding for Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers. I was one of the ones very frustrated. Let one of my congressman know that last year when we had a Republican. House. Republican Senate Republican president Planned Parenthood still got five hundred million dollars a federal funding. So there's just a lot going on on the political landscape. Some of it's good some of it's bad and just a couple of sentences. Lila, what's your take? Where are we politically? What can we look at and two thousand nineteen what can we expect to come out of at least policy and an abortion share? I mean, it's terrible. The GOP did not accomplish defunding Planned Parenthood. They did a couple little things like reverse Mexico City policy. They said they would propose a new rule to title, tennis or funding stream that would defend a little bit of the money. But look it hasn't happened yet. So really disappointed. I think that has to do with the fact of GOP leadership, I think it's really dysfunctional. I think that politics is a game of inertia, you know, we've been funding Planned Parenthood for thirty plus years, so undoing not is like a colossal task. And I think that the product movement has to just keep the pressure on. That's what live action is gonna do. And then we're considering getting directly involved in some elections. I know some other groups are gonna. Be doing the same because we need to show that if you campaign on defunding Planned Parenthood, and you do not get to office and make sure it happens. Then we're going to vote you out. We're gonna vote you out. So I think pro-life movement has to keep growing and get more hard core when it comes to fighting the political site to be treated with respect by the GOP. And I think that Democrats who are pro-life need to stand up to their party because it's insane that the Democratic Party makes abortion on demand this golden calf. And in need that needs to stop as well. Look, I I appreciate you saying that I mean, honestly as a as a Republican, it's it feels like the abortion issue. I mean, it's like Lucy and the football and we keep running up in kicking it, right? When it gets pulled away. And I agree. I think we have to become more intentional on this. We've we've got to actually say look if you promise if you run on that if you tell us you're going to defend Planned Parenthood. You've actually got to do it. And look at the DNC even has hoped to to rollback, its alternate commitment to abortion rights at any stage for any reason that would be a huge win if they wrote a back at all. I mean, they've been so committed to it. They have an annual celebration at the convention. Whenever abortion is mentioned. So I think in underscores Lila, you know, that look this if Roe v Wade does get overturn at the supreme court, which I think I notice you didn't make that prediction. And I and I think you're you're right at at best it might get pushed back to the states. But this isn't alternately something that's going to be one through politics alone. If we wanna see the go happen of abortion being not just legal, but on thinkable off the cultural landscape put into the waste bin of history. Like slavery in some of the other grave evils, the holocaust. And so on it's it's not just going to be a political set of actions. That makes that happen isn't right? I think it's both. I think we have to do both. I mean live action focuses primarily on education. But I do think the movement needs in live actions considering getting involved with this a really robust, you know, gonna go kick some, you know, butt kicking pardon the language, but some some that's really gonna go and and make the GOP pay attention. That's gonna need. It's gonna take. Money. It's gonna take grassroots mobilization. But I think it can be done. But I think either way whether we reverse row or not we have to fight the state battle. We have to fight the culture battle and those are two battles that we are fighting in earnest today. So I don't put all my chips on roving reverse. Although I believe it will be I do think that that will happen. I am happy with some of the president's appointments to the supreme court. I think that the, you know, his last appointment I have questions about I was really concerned with, you know, judge Kavanagh's court judge Cavanaugh refusing to hear the Planned Parenthood funding case last month. He sided with the pro-aborts on the court. So that was really disappointing. But you know, I'm hopeful that that will change anyways with other appointments to the court like if we get Amy Conan Barrett that being said like you just said, John, it's a cultural battle at its heart. We have to change hearts and minds. We have to get people connected with the resources they need, and I see that happening. So I'm really excited to continue to grow echo your command. Please give us Amy Amy on the soup. In court. Yeah. That was my first choice as well. Well, my guest today on the break point podcast has been Lila rose, speaker writer human rights, activists the founder and president of live action really one of the most effective. I think pro-life activists that we've seen in the last decade, especially in exposing Planned Parenthood and immobilizing younger generation to care about this issue of abortion. And this is the week that our nation is dominated by pro-life us pro-life arguments. The March for life is this weekend. January the eighteenth. It's going to be interesting. It's going to be followed the next day by the women's March, which of course, the women's March has basically been overtaken by pro-abortion agenda. That's going to be interesting to see that those things are back to back. But it look at the pro life issue is not just an issue to be championed by the quote, unquote, professionals we talked to the professional so that all of us can protect the most innocent among us in whatever capacity that we have come to breakpoint dot org. Click on the link there on the homepage is has resources mentioned on the raid. Uh-huh. And podcast will link you to various resources and videos from Lila rose and my action while also link you to a terrific little devotional. Call twenty one days of prayer for life, which walked you through twenty one days of praying against abortion for the victims of abortion. And at the same time trains you in pro-life apologetic. Again, that's a free. Download come to breakpoint dot org. Lila, it's always good to talk to you. Got speed a new in live action in two thousand nineteen and thanks for joining us on the breakpoint podcast ANC found much John. Thanks for having me. Thanks for listening to the break point podcast and be sure to visit breakpoint dot org. For more information on a one year subscription to world magazine with your next donation to break point and the Colson center.

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