13 Burst results for "Andy Gillam"

"andy gillam" Discussed on Moving2Live

Moving2Live

06:35 min | 8 months ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on Moving2Live

"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. . We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, , anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. . Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. . Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. . now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. . To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. . So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. . Absolutely thank you for having me. . My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. . Always ask is to get an elevator. . You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so , what do you do what your thirty second? ? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. . I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats <hes>. . But yeah so. . The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with <hes> athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. . So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better <hes>, , and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. . Students through mentorship in education. . Right. Now, . , if I'm correct your in South Dakota. . Yes that's correct. . I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. . And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. . York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. . Pennsylvania, , I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. . Well, , it's funny. . I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. . Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama <hes> on a couple of different business trip. So . it sounds like we've got a similar. . Set of journeys <hes> But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go <hes> not quite as little as where I heard you up. . But? ? Yes. . So I grew up on Lake Ontario <hes>. . My Dad was a doctor in I. . Always always wanted to be a doctor <hes> specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, , and my dad always told me no, , you do not <hes>. . He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, , no, , No, no , dad engineers are big nerds. . And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and <hes> I. . Really suggest you become an engineer. . So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. . But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. . Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, , which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in <hes>. . In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. . decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering <hes> where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. . <hes> throughout my Undergrad <hes> I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next <hes> I started getting really interested in robotics and in two <hes> that feel that was emerging <hes> back. . Then <hes> decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. . So <hes> I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of <hes> ski. . Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. . They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. . So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to <hes> kind of help <hes> people that you needed additional help outside of. . Being Super, , rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives <hes>, , and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. . My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon <hes> at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School <hes>, , and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, , we should go skiing. . So, , <hes> Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but <hes> decided to go out to Utah <hes> where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, , and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. . So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My . my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, , supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, , and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. . So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. . And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. . If you contract one all the way, , you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles <noise> eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. . So what does that look like as well? ?

Lisa McFadden South Dakota Pittsburgh Andy Gillam Brian Gary To Stanford Health See Falls Alabama Meyer Grad School York New York Pennsylvania
Interview with bio-mechanics expert Lisa McFadden, PhD

Moving2Live

06:35 min | 8 months ago

Interview with bio-mechanics expert Lisa McFadden, PhD

"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?

Lisa Mcfadden South Dakota Pittsburgh New York Engineer Alabama Grad School Andy Gillam Brian Gary To Stanford Health See Falls Robotics Institute Lake Ontario Carnegie Mellon University Of Rochester Meyer York United States
"andy gillam" Discussed on Moving2Live

Moving2Live

04:55 min | 8 months ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on Moving2Live

"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar..

Lisa McFadden South Dakota Pittsburgh Andy Gillam Brian Gary To Stanford Health See Falls Alabama Meyer Grad School York New York Pennsylvania
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Have been, you know, a hundred people some of whom I don't agree with politically calling or sending texts of support and kindness. And it's just a reminder of what a really nice country it is. And if you work at our businesses, you know, you can lose sight of that because you see the lunatics, but you know, most people are not letting most people are humane and decent and kind, and it's just been a great reminder of data, and and really a a wonderful experience. But what's it like to find out that your wife is hiding in the pantry because people are threatening her? I mean, it's upsetting. And I guess I would I would say this. I mean, I characterized being people people and people like them as protesters, but they're not. I mean protesting anything. The irony is that, you know, this is the one show that regularly invites people like that on to to see what they think if you have a point of view, the we disagree with we, you know, but I still wanna hear it because I think people should hear it. And so they weren't trying to change my mind or advocate for a position they were threatening my family to get me to stop talking in. Obviously, I'm not going to because it's my job to talk, and I have the supportive, Fox News. And I'm grateful for that. But then you think of all the people most people in this country who don't have that lucky combination of circumstances. And they really feel like they have to shut up that they can't say what they think because they'll be punished. I mean, this has a chilling effect on people's ability to speak and to think freely that's the point -tarian in its in its in its intent, and we should fight it. Yeah. And we will fight it. That's that's what I've come to the conclusion of is that we need to. These people we need to find people who would steal an election period. Now, we got a story here. I I don't even know where to begin with some of these stories that just so vile that you lose your mind. I got a story here. A teacher in a elementary school in Miramar the Miramar elementary school teacher named Lakisha Williams said she discovered a ballot box two days after the election. Where does apparently left behind by election workers in a storage area? Does this sound kind of fishy to anybody? Besides me. I went into the area that we use for storage. And I saw it in there. She said she did not touch or look inside the box. Instead, she told the school's principal and they decided to contact a local state Representative. I'd love to know which one it was. I don't know where it is. Now Williams said noting that all provisional ballots needed to be received by county officials before five PM on Thursday. Folks are still being counted in the sunshine state. You know, I want you to think about this. Does anybody believe that they left behind the box in a storage area? I mean, really does that sound plausible to anybody out there because the surest hell does not sound possible to me. But that's the kind of stuff that we're up against right now. Anybody out here? Thinks that this is much ado about nothing and that it's sore losers. No, it's not the winners are the ones who are getting screwed. Not the losers. The losers are getting a second chance to win an election. They lost. How is that supposed to work? Yeah. Listen as far as I'm concerned, they're probably gonna find some ballots for, you know, I don't know Al Gore. Maybe he really was the president or maybe they'll find some Hillary Clinton ballots. I mean wouldn't surprise me. Right. You really have to have to you have to be an idiot to think that this is okay. That we're not being screwed over. By a party in this in this state. I don't know how much longer this state has a possibility of being even remotely read. I really don't what with illegal immigration. What was the restoration of felons rights to vote automatically? I don't know. I I really don't know. But I will tell you one thing people like you, and I have to keep fighting. If we go down we have to go down fighting. I'm not going to allow the kind of people that stand in front of Tucker Carlson's home screaming epithets that his wife who has nothing to do with anything. She's not even a political person. She didn't even watch his show. Okay. And and you look at this. You've got counties with a fine ballots and every ballot that they find benefits members of their own party. But this is the democrat. It's a little odd and Susan Booker. It's a little odd that every ballot. They're finding actually benefits Bill Nelson. And Andy Gillam, it's whoever that was Iran for the agriculture the pothead, Nikki, whatever her name is. I'm not just saying, she's a edgy. She's was a pot lobbyist. Florida's voting laws designed to give us maximum transparency throughout the process. They're required to provide accurate timely information to both the public and the candidates and allow the candidates to observe every step of the way the lawsuits that were filed yesterday have allegations and evidence that the supervisors are materially violating state law. Let me say it again, they are violating the Florida constitution by operating in secrecy rather than transparently. That's why we had those laws. The first case the one against Brenda Snipes. We've already had a federal court. How old that she Li illegally destroyed ballots from the primary in the midst of a case over them. She signed the documents saying that these were not a ballots that were being a litigated when they were. In fact, ballots that were the litigation she destroyed them. Just a few months ago another court held that she processed mail in ballots illegally and not in accord with the state transparency requirements. Yeah. I'm not just saying this. We got court opinions about it. She refuses to reveal the number of ballots that were cast or counted. And she refuses to tell us how many left to be counted. Even though she was requested to do. So by the chief executive of the state. Anybody who's ever worked at a polling station or done any kind of election day work, and I have I've I've been involved. I don't do it anymore. But I was very involved in monitoring elections during two thousand. The most important thing that election. Supervisor has to do is keep track of the number of ballots that our office has his office has. Doesn't it? I know the number of fluctuate, but it only should fluctuate by the amount of military ballots or overseas ballots. Everything else has to be counted by seven thirty PM the day of the election. That's not Joyce's opinion. That's. Judge's opinion. That's the law. This is the same group that opposed voter ID on the ground. Voter impersonation going on. It's very rare. There's no election fraud. No, no, no, no. These are the people are now saying, wait a minute. We need to find some ballots here. You have a a a school in Miramar with a large. Locked box labeled provisional ballots turns up to as later and now the election officials at denying it contained ballots. What was it? Therefore, why was it? Locked. Oh, my God this thinks so badly. If a if a certain supervisor of elections refuses to be transparent. Let me tell you something they need to be taken out of office..

Miramar Supervisor Florida Lakisha Williams Fox News Miramar elementary school Al Gore Tucker Carlson Bill Nelson Hillary Clinton state Representative supervisor fraud Iran Susan Booker Brenda Snipes principal Andy Gillam
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Channel five. Hey, it's barsky. To that. Also, there's a pretty good Halloween aftermath stories usually the day after we'll see you back your three. Oh, three eight fifty W F D L. That's okay. You want it to be low because he's completely wrong about the constitution. But that's a whole 'nother show Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee is my guest for a brief period here today. And Rhonda you the only person besides me and occasionally Newt Gingrich to think that it is possible to retain the house. So I'm just thrilled to be talking to you today. I need some encouragement here. Well, you didn't think alike, and I love that. You know, I'm an optimist at their twenty seven races across the country that are within the margin of error. And you know, I think that we can keep the house it's going to depend on voters getting out get out get a call your friends. You gotta call your neighbors. This is that type of election, but there is a path to keep the house. And I do not think it's a foregone conclusion as many of the media prognosticators, which of course, they did in two thousand sixteen when they predetermined that Hillary Clinton was going to win the president exactly the same. Yeah. It's exactly the same people cook. And all of the same people saying the same thing eighty seven percent seventy eight percent these incredible. You know numbers that there's no way they could know that because first and foremost, I don't know who they're polling, but it'd probably the same people they pulled in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. And we look at it a lot differently at the RNC. We're looking at that really vote and the absentee voting, and it's very hard to determine congressional district. How somebody's unaffiliated voters are breaking. So I guess style by all these calls. I think a lot of them determine on you know, how how much they're sampling Republicans or Democrats. So everyone should be wary of that the biggest call Senate be election day. And the only thing you can do about that is turn out your vote turnout. Your friends do everything you can to support the candidate. That's the difference. You can make don't much news stories discourage you from getting out and doing what you can't do electric publica. Absolutely. And I think, you know, in some small part my reluctance to support some candidates who I wasn't wild about has been replaced by desperate need to keep this wacky. Wacky. People. You know off the national stage. I mean, you got some candidates. This Francis o Rourke out there in Texas. This guy's a nightmare. I don't want him in the Senate. I don't want. You know, Andy Gillam being the governor of Florida. I don't want, you know, Bill Nelson to sit another what twenty years in the Senate doing nothing. We have a chance to shake things up. We got the disruptor and chief running around the country making people excited again about this election. I think I think they're they're all going to be screaming and shouting and crying at the sky again next Wednesday. And I think you're right. If we get out and vote for that's going to be key. I mean, I just can't understand how this Florida governor's races as close as it is when you look at at gillum, and what he's proposing for Florida forty percent business tax things that would guesstimate your economy. It would be devastating for the future of your state. He is not somebody that already. The electron buildouts. And you know, we were just looking at his record what racket in ninety seven. Yeah. No record percents Bill then there ninety seventy nine and nineteen seventy nine when I was six years old, by the way, what he was elected. He voted with Republicans forty nine percent of the time. He votes with Democrats ninety percent of the time. Now, he is a total vote for Chuck Schumer. He just goes there. He's told what to do by his boss Chuck Schumer. And then he comes home. He does nothing for the people of Florida. There's no better example of what just happened with this church. Devastated the panhandle. And he said, there's nothing more. I can do here. I'm gonna go campaign. There's nothing more. You can do for these people just lost their homes who lost everything. Governor Scott in there, helping to serve the people of the state. He represents I cannot think of a better contrast, these two individuals and how they reacted during the Turkey. Yeah. I'll tell you the other thing is, you know, they're they're all excited about this increased numbers of young voters. They think the. Democrats think that means that they have a new group of voters of what they have not factored in is the fact that you know, this old people trying to get these new voters to vote for them. And you got you know, turning point with Charlie kurkin Candice Owens out there getting young people to vote, and they're young people. I think they're having a huge impact. Young people when they look at this economy, they want jobs to that. We've added four million jobs under President Trump. They wanna see higher wages when they come out of college. I guess what Lakers are up under President Trump and Republican. I mean, yeah, people are pragmatic and smart, and they want a good economy just as much as the next person. Democrats very interesting this election. They are not running out any vision. Putting forward proposals. All they're saying we're going to be against Trump. Why? Yeah, he's doing so well 'cause we're taking care of our military because we're taking on the opioid crisis. Really? This is what you want to resist an abstract. It's ridiculous and people need to get out and vote for it. It's going to be critical. All right. Well, I'm pushing them I'm telling him. They gotta get out that Florida's always a bellwether state. So we're get a house car Cordella doing. I'm most concerned about that race down here. The one thing about Carlos is he works in his district. So well, and he is somebody always back at district and represents Florida. Very well. It's the democrat heavy district by I think that I do. Okay. Because of what it said Representative he has for the people that he suffered represent. All right. I feel better about that. All right. Thank you Raanan McDaniel. Always appreciate your your pledged. She's out there talking everybody trying to get them to vote, and that's what I'm trying to do because this and then this this initiative, you know, this this this amendment that we were voting on in Florida that really on some level. I think has a lot to do with what what the plans for the future are by the Democrats, you know, this automatic restoration of voting rights. I gotta tell you. That's almost like migrant caravan was like. What are you guaranteeing? Everybody was so disturbed talking to me this week about like, well, but if they get the young people out to vote, and they get the suburban women out to vote, and they get the, you know, the minority groups out to vote, and I I tore apart. Everyone's argument on each one of those those categories first and foremost suburban women vote, but they don't vote in lockstep. What is important to most suburban women is the economy education on the safety of their schools, and those issues are not partisan issues anymore. There are people on both sides of the aisle representing those interests. So it'll be very localized. Wow. Suburban women vote in a suburban women in Florida gonna vote in one manner suburban women in New York and gonna vote in a different man. Young people. Okay. Let me explain something to everybody out there. Young people voting is about as reliable as a. Condom with a pinhole in it. Okay. I hope they vote. I hope they get excited about this election. But they don't have a great track record not this generation, not the prior generations, even millennials like my kids who are now in their late thirties early forties. They don't vote if they're not in the mood, or if they just, you know, aren't particularly inspired or if they're just tired of politics. You know, I had I had two young people. Tell me that they weren't going to focus. It just tired of politics. And I looked at him. I said, so that's your answer is to let other people make the decision for you. But also, I think has a lot to do with the candidates tonight. No, if you're a pro Trump or anti trumps, you should have some some an idea, but an inspiring some of these younger groups that go ahead out there, just unreliable. Let's just say go back to when Bernie Sanders he got the youth to come out sort of they felt inspired. But they weren't inspired enough to fight when he got rip. Off the nomination were they they all just went home fight outside. Well, and that's what they do they resist. They don't they don't they don't really know how to use the system to win because they never been part of it really before because they were never voting before. Well, and that's my point. So if that if they're counting on suburban moms. I think that's a mistake if they're counting on you know, the the youth population. I think that's a mistake. And if they're counting on minorities, let me tell you something I just saw new statistic out by Reuter. No, not Reuters by Rasmussen that said that Donald Trump's popularity with minority groups is way up since his election. Why because the economy got better. So they donate them the same way. They're not intellectuals. They're not elitist. It's not like they get to go to the parties in Washington, they love Barack Obama. But they're not that they're not inclined to to love any of the candidates that the Democrats are putting forward. Now, you really think they're going to get all enthusiastic over. A Cory Booker. Cory Booker is no Barack Obama Kamala Harris is no Barack Obama Julian Castro is no Barack Obama and Joe Biden. Joe Biden, good luck run Joe Biden. I hope they run Joe Biden, I really do because. Within minutes. We'll have more talk radio fodder than we would never have otherwise and these never-trumpers when will they finally go away. That is my question. They just can't give up Bill Kristol. Did I say, oh, yeah. Trump from Trump every candidate has had Trump come and do a rally in their state their numbers have gone up immediately. And now they're back in contention. I mean, that's the truth. Whether he likes it or not. He can find all kinds you can draw all kinds of dire implications from the polling. That's out there. You know? But let me tell you something. He's been wrong for the last three and a half years, and after a while people just tune you out Bill, you know, you're you're now talking to Democrats who hate you. Anyway. They'll listen to you because you're anti Trump. But that's about it. So I'm here to tell you in the state of Florida going to be hard pressed, you really are. To get people. To come out and vote who you think from historically bad voting populations to come out and vote based simply on they don't like Donald Trump and resisting they'd sooner go by the Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Choice here the Florida midterms are so important.

Florida President Trump Barack Obama Senate Raanan McDaniel Trump Joe Biden Chuck Schumer Hillary Clinton Republican National Committee Newt Gingrich Bill Kristol Bill Nelson Turkey Rhonda president
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Announcement. It's an unpaid political announcement unless you consider me patting myself on the back payment. But this is serious stuff. You look at a guy like Andy Gillam. Or as he likes to be called mayor Gillam. And you see nothing but corruption. You see nothing, but a dereliction of duty. Which to me is even worse. Then corruption. You see all out effort on the part of the democrat party, which has literally. Turned away from anything even remotely. Mainstream. It's not just. It's not just that this man thinks the police go too far when they pull a weapon even a baton or a stun gun. It's the fact that he he literally despises law enforcement until the election comes around, and then he gets a bunch of sheriff's tobacco him. And again, it's because the sheriffs are too fearful to challenge him. All this race baiting that he does every time he gets out there. I mean, the audacity of this piece of garbage to say that run the Santa's wrote a book defending slavery. I mean that just tells me one thing for all his glib articulate. Speeches and and and commentary. He obviously had no reading comprehension because I read that book and the book simply examines. What was the what was the founding fathers thinking when they did certain things? And what they were thinking was we'd better have a union before we start challenging every issue. So yes. They knew future generations. We're gonna tackle the cause and take care of the inequity of slavery. But the idea that he was defending slavery by recounting history. Is so fake. So phony so fraudulent. That it renders him an illegitimate candidate in my opinion. He is literally being used by the democrat party because they're on this bandwagon thing. Now, we're going to have more women candidates. We're gonna have more black candidates have more Hispanic candidates than anybody on earth. We don't really care what they stand for. Or who they are. We're just gonna have them. Everybody magazine does a spread on the black women who are running for office leaving out all six Republican black women who are running for office. Now, you tell me. What happened did did they escape? Can't trust them. They're not playing by the rules. The rules say that I have to be a democrat. And you have to be a democrat and all black people have to be a democrat, and all Spanish people have to be democrat and all Jews have to be a democrat any Jew. Still in the democrat party. Shame on you. Shame on you. If you support Andrew gillum. A man who had a Jewish reporter thrown out of a synagogue. They don't like her conservative credentials. Shame on you for supporting Andrew gillum a man who believes in the the BBS movement. No matter what he tells you to your face what he stands in front of you looking for your votes in the synagogue. The man is an anti Israel, anti Semite. And you're supporting him you ought to be ashamed of yourselves. Your forefathers Rochet Abraham's rolling over in his grave, Moses Isaac Jacob. I'm ashamed. Better start thinking about what it is. You're setting this country up for..

democrat party Andy Gillam Israel Andrew gillum Rochet Abraham Moses Isaac Jacob Everybody magazine reporter
"andy gillam" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

36:50 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Cared about this do it really affected her and she's trying to deal with this oh that you know the you know he's gonna be at least one one common in in here this say we're not bias you know they're gonna say they're gonna lay your in our bias about about the situation this i mean this CNN fox news i go ahead ready for this y'all are really not ready for this a church prior to that a black church prior to that and then so so yes oh man just just be careful everybody author man days and he comes back folks yeah it's crazy times man like these people you going nuts and strip clubs investment here in georgia so there's a lot of folks you're going on here in georgia the SAD is voter suppression water pressure on own ten hand like out and vote yes and and you know a lot more has has happened but i mean they've got me energized i'd say that brian kemp is out there you know using the exact match law which basically in a nutshell says that if somebody mistake entering your name into a database and it don't match your ID you came vote and it was like a hundred thousand people or something affected he was on tape speaking about his concern about winning the election they pulled over a plus of people going to vote early which means somebody that worked at the place put that thing together leak that too brash him missing something to be what else i posted on his facebook page because i'm telling everybody like if i'm going to definitely vote for stacey abrams seen or heard us speak a couple of times to walk away from his own i want to say i got you know more but but i wasn't like campaigning so to speak for her but until seeing this i'm like okay y'all y'all on some bullshit so you know facebook twitter vo early whatever i don't let this happen because they didn't even like where i'll stay out there henry county like they didn't even know where we can go vote early as a matter of fact i didn't even know early looking for any day now there'll be like here's where you can go for early we got we asked we finally got one but it stacey people stop by they didn't know that contest them and i'm okay with two or three tests today yeah okay tex for naomi they hit me thinking i'm naomi the thing is i call call them i was like yeah man i'm you gotta vote on we'll go vote for asked me volunteer but i said i can definitely you know help out where i can tell other people but yeah and i told him yes i'm voting yes voting early and they still keep it up though i got one where it told me like it sent me a text i don't know who this is from but it was just like early voting is easy and convenient go to vote dot org reply early for early voting hours and locations near atlanta replied early and they told me then i got the absentee thing in the mail which i didn't even ask what i did ask for it in my life i did ask for it they text to me talk about this is colleen i'm a local mom and volunteer and public records show you've received or absentee ballot but haven't mailed it back and i was like hey yo i didn't get my upstate values got worry it came the next day these motherfuckers are on it go here you're and i i appreciate getting a lot of texts me i'll take these these are the things that concern me because i think they were oh the other thing they were doing and be sending me all this shit by the way i saw it will be every kennedy up to some folks be was the first person that put me onto this shit because he just he tweeted sunken area since i voted early i've just been seeing so much going on man he was like you heard about your boy and i was like what about know what and so when i finally got the work i looked it up online oh so i and every time amy some shit so the other thing that they were doing is that if you haven't voted or if you didn't vote in the last few elections or last election they would take you out you bro i got on their kids to make sure that i was still reading like because they crazy crazy man if you stay in georgia please vote find out where you vote it in boat this has become a national thing we're talking about georgia interesting yeah there's some people in michigan mentioned was talking about i'm like wow i is it got that far spreading out that far now i'll you know they're they're definitely a very aggressive and and i like this receive in national headlines you know is i mean if if he wins and if he wins he's clearly obviously trying to suppress the vote authorities in those alike fucker man he really is crazy evil and it's three in court the supreme even though supreme court supposed to be uh non-partisan but and i swear i listen to talk about too many shows about politics but new new and gingrich i think even says something about if they try to subpoena trump's tasks returns that if it goes supreme court will see if the the seating of brick kavanag turns out in our favor or something like we still talking about his taxes yeah let that go they are it was it was just something i don't know who has eh but either either way but but yeah i'm glad that it's receiving national headlines because it was the supreme court decision that allowed him to make some of these amen you know most of the voter rules and regulations i think are you know interstate seems like i don't know if it's because we live here but it just seems like this state running for governor in florida's is like getting most national attention like because historical data thing because i think they both win if they see an andy as an andy gillam andrew gillum yeah if they both win it'd be the first to be african american and for her for stations should be the first woman anivers- african black person i think for him he'd be the first black person be governor of a state so yeah like that's that's not stays right yeah so that's another reason it has been a a black governor before she not here but but i'm just saying shit they should she will be the first black woman lie ever in the united states has to be governed i think that's i mean that's right so i think at that and the fact that she'll be the first black person in the state of georgia to be governor that s like huge that's like a double whammy so you're saying there's never been a woman governor i know that woman at all of that shit together jingo go ahead because of our role let me know i don't care go back it's been a woman i think michigan had a woman governor not known i think about it was the black moment not white okay dan the delete that shit candidates alita there's still podcast is part of the data and podcast network catch this show along with our other shows on in cast dot com i know a lot of people take issue with my beliefs i'm why i'm a caucasian because everything about me as differ from african american i have naturally straight hair my hair isn't nappy doesn't require we my nose is not giants like african americans my lips are 'perfect they're not too big and they're not too small they're just perfect my ears i don't have people ears because they're really giant most african americans speak ghetto but when it comes to black people i think they're all ugly and have nothing in common with them i'm different from africa erkin because i'm white my fingers just like him crashing and she's a wonderful role model act and i think like a white person instead of a black person i believe that i'm tweet me and utterly better than them like we're on two different levels like okay african americans are here i'm here white people act and think just way more mature than african americans black people they think an criminal way when i think about african americans i feel like asking them what is wrong with them they're really entrance and for african american is on the same street as i am across the street to avoid their chaotic sluggish wait are you okay i'm irritated on sorry i just i know that i'm white i mean she might not know that i'm white but i know that i could feel it through my veins filter my blood i tell my mom i'll never be like any of those negroes i tell her she's just ignorant there's nothing wrong with my views or beliefs because at freedom of speech and everything i'm saying is true i can't take like to see when i started i'm just lying so that that that was a clip from this interview that's been certain own dr phil that's been circulating all across the internet wife i sent to me and i saw the headline all i saw was on facebook when it comes to black people i think they're all ugly says a sixteen year old african american correal even think that i'm just like this the same real that paid not real etcetera actress right and i think because so you're you're basically regurgitating a lot of negative stereotypes talking points things that had you've been said about the african american community it doesn't sound genius isn't like sincerely think on white and it never came off that way it's just like like hot hot takes you know what i'm saying like that's what it sounded like right it's like yeah so then i found out that threw me off is like there's no way you can think you're white like i'm just like how do you think you're white and how how are you that definitive about coming to find out that her mom was married to a white guy and she misled her kids into thinking that they're the white guy was their father biological father and also where where where where they grew up so like in that clip that you played the mom didn't talk at all and also she didn't talk about like where how she grew up 'cause they originally grew up in the suburbs in a very affluent area which that's why she simulated with the white people in and what stereotypes why you gotta black mom so you think you're biracial yeah i'm not i'm not excuse for the late let i'm not making an excuse for the young lady then however they after they separated they moved to the city or they died or was he thank you lost her all i i i don't know however he had expensive jeans that's what it was go but you know they moved to the city and they were talking atlanta attorney's gonna say in the perimeter but they were in the inner city and you know you're around more people and she just didn't see herself in that way you know so i thought it was very interesting because i i i'm like this high stubby faked there's no way somebody is this delusional like how can you look at johann right at the top of your hand and be like i'm white but if you think your dad's white and you just got your mom's gang colour look i know y'all looking at me crazy i'm just gonna give.

"andy gillam" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"I got you. Don't worry. But but I wasn't like campaigning so to speak for her. But until seeing this I'm like, okay, y'all y'all on some bullshit. So Facebook Twitter vote early whatever, I don't let this happen. You know, because they didn't even like where I'll stay out there Henry county like they didn't even know where we can go vote early. As a matter of fact, I didn't even early voting was open. I remember you hit me up and said that you already voted and tvos in the on that shit. We didn't get ours. Ours. Waiting for the information that come out, right? I wasn't looking for when I'm like any day. Now, they'll be like here's where you can go early. We got we actually finally got one, but it states Abrahams people stop by no contest them. And I'm okay with it. But I think I'm getting two or three tests the Dave for Fennell. They hit me thinking, I'm Naomi. Call one call answer wasn't him. I was like. Yeah. Man. I'm I'm a vote 'em. Go vote for asked me volunteer. But I said, I can definitely you know, help out where I can until other people. But yeah. And I told him. Yes. I'm voting. Yes. On voting early. And they still keep it up though. I got one where it told me like it sent me a text. I don't know who this is from. But it was just like early voting. It's easy and convenient go to vote dot org. Reply early for early voting hours and locations near Atlanta. And I replied early, and they told me, then I got the absentee thing in the mail, which I didn't even ask why I did ask for it in my life. I did ask for it. They texted me talking about this is Colleen I'm a local mom, and volunteer and public records show you've received or absentee ballot. But haven't mailed it back, and I was like, I didn't get my. Yes, got worry. It came the next day. These motherfuckers are on it go here. And I appreciate it. I don't like getting a lot of tax. I'll take these these because I think that they got that concern me because I think they were oh the other thing they were doing and be sending me all the ship, by the way. Fulbe lay everyday can't help to some folks be was the first person that put me onto the shit because he just he tweeted sunk and ever since I voted early. I've just been seeing so much going on man. He was like you heard about your boy. And I was like, no what about know? What? And so when I finally got the work. I looked at like, oh, hey, so I and everytime me some shit. So the other thing that they were doing is that if you haven't voted or if you didn't vote in the last few elections or last election, they were taking take you out yet, bro. I got on there. Got owned. Make sure that I was still ready like 'cause I, you know, they going crazy crazy, man. If you stay in Georgia, please vote find out where you voted in vote. This has become a national thing. We're talking about Georgia interest people. Yeah. There's some people in Michigan as mentioned, you know, talking about I'm like, wow. I is it got that far. It spread not that far now, but I definitely very aggressive. And and I like this receiving national headlines. You know, I mean if if he wins, and if he wins, he's clearly obviously trying to suppress the vote. From an Oregon those alike fucker, man. Evil three in court, this why those even though supreme court supposed to be, you know, a non-partisan, but. I swear I listen to too many shows about politics, but new new Gingrich. I think even says something about if they try to subpoena Trump's tax returns that if it goes Sabrina court will see if the the seating of bread Kavanag turns out in our favor or something like that. We're still talking about his taxes. Yeah. Let that go. They are. It was just I don't know who asked about it. But but either either way, but, but yeah, I'm glad that it's receiving national headlines because it was pre- court decision that allowed him to make some of these changes, and, you know, most of the voter rules and regulations. I think are you know, understate seems like I don't know if it's because we live here. But it just seems like this state run for governor in Florida's just like getting the most national attention like and historical that because nothing if they win if they see an Andy is in Andy Gillam, Andrew. Elam year. They both win. It'd be the first to be African American and for her station. She'd be the first woman, Anna, I African black person to be a governor. And I think for him he'd be the first black person be a governor of a state, so yeah. Like, that's that's. Stays right. Yeah. That's another reason has been a a black governor before I think she night here. But, but I'm just saying shit think she'll be the first black woman like ever and United States to be governed. I think that's I mean, that's right. So I think at that. And the fact that she a first black person in the state of Georgia to be governor that that's like huge. That's like a double whammy. So so you're saying there's never been a woman governor woman the black woman at all of that together. One. One. Chinga go here. Let me go back. It's been a woman. Michigan had a woman governor not. But I think about it was the black woman in white. Okay. Dan. King candidates. There's

Georgia Michigan Facebook Henry county Andy Gillam Abrahams Colleen I United States Oregon Fulbe Atlanta Gingrich Dan Dave white Florida Elam Trump Anna
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It's pretty pretty outrageous. A really is. And then and then all I got all I get to here is the. The leftist actors and actresses like I'm gonna get care. What I'm gonna vote however share tells me to write they'd say, we're young, and we don't know won't find out onto we well now, she's seventy two years old and she's a stupid as a brick Jodie Foster directing all female ad. Encouraging women to vote. Well, good. I hope women vote because I know more women think like I do at this stage than women who think like share or Madonna. Okay. We most of us cannot relate to them at all. The now, of course, breaking news. The FBI is investigating claims that some women were offered money to accused Robert Muller of sexual harassment. Isn't that convenient than that story breaks on the same day that Whitey Bolger? Gets killed in prison. Just saying. Just saying. Oh my goodness. And now, you know now now. Andy Gillam says that never wrestle with a pig. Talking about the president. But he's being he's being accused of racially charged rhetoric against Gillam. Well, let me give you some racially charged rhetoric against sandy Gilliam. I'm gonna do it. It is racism to vote for the man simply because he's black. You.

Andy Gillam Whitey Bolger Jodie Foster sandy Gilliam Robert Muller FBI harassment president seventy two years
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Except for Bill have him on this week. She's killing something. What does he killing the SS? This time. They're not doing as well. Now that he doesn't have that QVC show. No, it's difficult. You know, I I'm telling you, I look at all of the books that have been written about Donald Trump. You're one of the first ones. And since you what is like twenty five thirty books about Trump. Lisa breakdown for me is more writing your own book putting out a piece of ghost-written crap because you have Q show. I mean, some people you know, what it's like having a daily radio show can. And I know you can't do it. I know what happens to you and your writing to. It's like off the grid goodbye. Or you can ride a crap ass book, I suppose, but why bother even doing that yourself? You can get an intern to do that for you. Do you get concerned? I mean you, and I have certainly had a number of threats made against us over the years. And I'm watching what's going on now. And I feel like there's so emboldened now to come at people in public places, I feel more nervous than I've ever felt before. I've been getting this for fifteen years. What I kind of like about it is I'm I've been advised not to talk about it because it inspires copycats. So I've mostly kept it very very private. I kind of liked it. I mean, I want people to know that it's happening, right? I'm glad I'm not it doesn't have to be me the one happening too. But so it's weird. You know, it's like misery loves company. I'm actually kind of happy that people are finally seeing what the left is like I'm sort of shocked. That Brian Kilmeade story him being comedians were following. That's the first time that's happened to him. Yeah. Gosh, I have to arrange my life anticipating things like, absolutely. And and you know, he wasn't on TV. He was so stressed out by it this morning like like I have to go on the air even the day after or the day. It's very it is what's frightening about it is unlike I say, I have I have little tricks and stratagems to protect myself. But what's frightening about it? Most of all is these are crazy people so sad. You never know. What a crazy person. We'll do. So someone who has not been subjected to it has no idea. I mean, I've been with large strong man, and they're totally freaked out by it. I mean, it's happened enough to me now when I was doing shark NATO the the writer catch trying to scare me just sneaking up, and I'm utterly impassive movable scare and at least when I'm out in public like Houdini. My stomach is always ready for that punch. I relaxed when I'm at home. Well, but I I watched these grown men get so intimidated, I do not allow myself to be intimidated like you, you would not know that I'm reacting at all when this stuff happens as a matter of fact, I generally turn it around on them. But that's because I'm armed for the most part, I'm not reluctant to say it. That's another reason you all have to vote for Ron to Santa's we have excellent second amendment laws. Do we have we have jobs? We have lots of things in the state that will disappear if Andy Gillam becomes the governor of this day, first and foremost, you know, I love these ignorant, socialists. You know, they don't know anything about how government works yesterday with the Cossio Cortes talking about the electoral. And I she where everything she said made. Absolutely, no sense is not relevant. I listened to this Elena Marconi, whatever talking about how this is breathing life into a democracy. No, this is breathing life into a mob. Yeah. This has nothing to do with this Republican. We have a legitimate way. You were here. I was here when the tea party was founded, it was a direct response to Barack Obama's Affordable Care, right? And to this. Government. That's it. We did it the right way. Yeah. There was no screaming. There was no running to the barricades. There was no throwing stuff are smashing. Starbucks windows. That is petitioning the government getting together and organizing know what they're describing as as described in great detail in my book demonic about mobs. No, this is from it started with the French revolution. Versus the American revolution was a revolution. Ours of ideas, and it was Christian at heart. The French revolution was like setting the Charles Manson gang loose on Paris. Having black masses at Notre Dame. Smashing the cathedral guillotining all Christians killing their parents. It was it was like the Waterman. Actually, it was a lot like the weatherman inspired communism in the Soviet Union Pol Pot. The French revolution. American revolution is what divided at all. And the left has always been the inheritors of the mad mob, the French revolution. And conservatives have always been. No, the intellectuals we're going to explain this to you will write a pamphlet will write the federalist we will give Christian sermons explaining why we're going to separate from in that way, and we're really seeing Nolan, and that's the only good thing is that you can't hide it. Because the the media seems to think that if they show these protests, it's going to move the public in that direction. And I'm sitting there I was sitting in a in a public place the other day, the TV came on and this very democratic crowd that I was sitting among and your family. Yes. I knew they were Democrats all went. Oh my God. That's horrible. Yes. Look at what they're doing. That's not right. That's not how we get things. And I'm like, okay. This is just like Ferguson melgen up the mentally ill more the angry, the dispossessed the chubby girls for their electoral victory, and then take no responsibility for what happens. Right. Well, listen, Steve Scalise is the first example that we saw in this movement as they call it. And I still I'm I'm fearful for for fearful for Donald Trump. Yes. I mean, he is the big the big Kahuna. And and they they just I they can't seem to penetrate his his she'll right? And it was one of the first things I told them when I introduced him at a rally in Iowa a couple of weeks after he announced I two points of advice. One, of course was on immigration. The details aren't important basically keep it up don't drop it very popular. And the second one was you gotta start wearing a bulletproof vest. Yeah. Yeah. And listen, he's he's also not going to limit his amount in the public eye. The he thrives on that. Does it? Yeah. It's like a ten thousand person focus group, by the way, watching these rallies. Somebody's in there. Trying to jam the build the wall chant have you noticed that you can't hear what the chances? Okay, notice that the next rally they'll start chanting build the wall. But then there's like some other faction. I think brought on by the never Trumpers who are working in the White House secretly trying to undermine. And there's handing something else. So that you can't make out. What's being said lock her up? Vote.

Donald Trump Trump Bill Brian Kilmeade Lisa Barack Obama Cossio Cortes Steve Scalise Starbucks intern Andy Gillam Charles Manson Soviet Union Pol Pot Elena Marconi White House writer Notre Dame Nolan Iowa
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It's barsky. Check out today. Video up different type of counts. I'll just leave it at that check out that video as well as the budget, others eight fifty W F T L. Except for Bill. I have him on this week. She's killing something. What does he killing the SS? This time. But they're not quite doing as well. Now that he doesn't have that QVC show. No, let's say it's difficult to know. I'm telling you, I look at all of the books that have been written about Donald Trump. You're one of the first ones. And since you what is like twenty five thirty books about Trump. The breakdown for me is more writing your own book putting out a piece of ghost-written crap because you have a QVC show. I mean, some people you know, what it's like having a daily radio show. And I know we can't you can't do it. I know what happens to you and your writing to. It's like off the grid goodbye. Or you could write a crap aspirin, I suppose, but why bother even doing that yourself? You can get an insurance to do that for you. Do you get concerned? I mean you, and I have certainly had a number of threats made against us over the years. And I'm watching what's going on now. And I feel like there's so emboldened now to come at people in public places, I feel more nervous than I've ever felt before I've been getting this for fifteen years. What I kind of like about it is I'm I've been advised not to talk about it because it inspires copycats. So I've mostly kept it very very private. I kind of liked it. I mean, I want people to know that it's happening. I'm glad I'm not it doesn't have to be the one happening too. But so it's weird. You know, it's like, MS. Serie loves company. I'm actually kind of happy that people are finally seeing what the left is like sort of shocked by that. Brian Kilmeade story being comedians were following. That's the first time that's happened to him. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I have to arrange my life anticipating things like X. Absolutely. And and you know, he wasn't on TV. He was so stressed out by this morning. Like like, I have to go on the air even the day after or the day. Oh, it's very it. Is what's frightening about it is unlike I say, I have I have little tricks and stratagems to protect myself. But what's frightening about it? Most of all is these are crazy people so sad. You never know. What a crazy person will do. So someone who's not been subjected to it has no idea. I mean, I've been with large strong man, and they're totally freaked out by it. I mean, it's happened enough to me now when I was doing shark NATO the writer kept trying to scare me just like sneaking up, and I'm utterly impassive movable scare and at least when I'm out in public. I'm like Houdini. My stomach is always ready for that punch. I relaxed when I'm at home. But I I watched these grown men get so intimidated, I do not allow myself to be intimidated like you, you would not know that I'm reacting at all when this stuff happens as a matter of fact, I generally turn it around on them. But that's because I'm armed for the most part. I'm not reluctant to say. That's another reason you all have to vote for Ron to Santa's we have excellent second amendment laws. Do we have we have jobs? We have lots of things in the state that will disappear if Andy Gillam becomes the governor of this day, first and foremost, you know, I love these ignorant, socialists. You know, they don't know anything about how government works yesterday with the Okasha Cortes talking about the electoral college. And she where everything she said made. Absolutely, no sense is not relevant. I listen to this Elena, Marconi, whatever talking about how this is breathing life into a democracy. Breathing life into a mob. Yeah. This has nothing to do with this Republican. We have a legitimate way. You were here. I was here when the tea party was founded, it was a direct response to Barack Obama's Affordable Care, right? And to this. That's it. We did it the right way. Yeah. There was screaming. There was no running to the barricades. There was no throwing stuff or smashing. Starbucks windows. That is petitioning the government getting together and organizing know what they're describing as as described in great detail in my book demonic about mobs. No, this is from it started with the French revolution. Versus the American revolution. One was a revolution. Ours of ideas, and it was know Christian at heart. The French revolution was like setting the Charles Manson gang loose on Paris, where they're having black masses at Notre Dame smashing the cathedral, guillotining all Christians killing their parents. It was like the Waterman actually it was a lot like the weatherman inspired communism and the Soviet Union Pol Pot. The French revolution on American revolution. Is what divided at all? And the left has always been the inheritors of the mad mob, the French revolution. And conservatives have always been. No, the intellectuals we're going to explain this to you will write a pamphlet will write the federalist we will give Christian sermons explaining why we're going to separate from England. It's always been that way. We're really seeing Nolan, and that's the only good thing is that you can't hide it. Because the the media seems to think that if they show these protests, it's gonna move the public in that direction. And I'm sitting there I was sitting in a in a public place the other day, the TV came on and this very democratic crowd that I was sitting among and your family. Yeah. Yes. I knew they were Democrats all went. Oh my God. That's horrible. Yes. Look at what they're doing. That's not right. That's not how we get things. And I'm like, okay. This is just like Ferguson. They'll gin up the mentally ill more the angry, the dispossessed the chubby girls for their electoral victory, and then take no responsibility for what happened. Right. Well, listen, Steve Scalise. Is the first example that we saw in this movement as they call it. And I still I'm I'm fearful for for. I'm fearful for Donald Trump is yes. Yes. I mean, he is the big the big Kahuna. And and they they just they can't seem to penetrate his his she'll right? And it was one of the first things I told them when I introduced him at a rally in Iowa a couple of weeks after he announced I two points of advice. One, of course was on immigration. The details aren't important basically keep it up don't drop it very popular. And the second one was you gotta start wearing a bulletproof vest. Yeah. Yeah. And listen, he's he's also not gonna limit his amount in the public eye. The he thrives on that. Does it? Yeah. It's like a ten thousand person focus grow, by the way, watching these rallies. Somebody's in there. Trying to jam the build the wall chant have you noticed that you can't hear what the challenges? Okay. Notice that the next rally they'll start chanting build the wall. But then there's like some other faction. I think brought on by the never Trumpers who are working in the White House secretly trying to undermine. And there's handing something else. So that you can't make out. What's being said lock her up? Hello. This.

Donald Trump Trump Brian Kilmeade aspirin Barack Obama Steve Scalise Starbucks Charles Manson Andy Gillam Okasha Cortes MS. Serie White House NATO Soviet Union Pol Pot England writer Waterman Nolan Iowa
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Be chosen each day. This station's website. You know? Don't know why people tend to destroy other people. When they have so much baggage. You know, it's like what do they say? Don't throw stones. If you live in a glass house. Right. So you have the accuser, and as I said before I wanna hear her letter under oath, and let's hear what she has to say. But when you look at some of the stuff that's now coming up, first of all she scrubbed Oliver social media. Over the weekend. Why because she is evidently a far left activists who has participated in the marches against Trump signed all kinds of document petitions against Trump. And and then the, you know, he just you don't realize how much power there is in the internet. There's a website. That's called rate. My professor, she's a professor at a college in Palo Alto. Which is the most liberal places where my kid my daughter went to school in Stanford is in Palo Alto. But she's not at Stanford. She's at another university their college there. And so they do these online performance evaluations of teachers. You know, I had a very brief career myself as a professor when I first moved down here. And I really I it was awful. I it's not for me. You know, I'd much rather teach five year olds than nineteen year olds. But be that as it may, you know, some people are uniquely gifted when it comes to being university professors. I had some professors who were amazing challenged me helped me just amazing if I had a website. I mean, we didn't have an internet back then. But if I had an opportunity to rate, my professors, I had some incredibly good professors, and I was at a few of the run of the mill professors nothing spectacular. And then I had a few really awful ones apparently Christine blazey falls in the really awful category. According to her ratings on this rate, my professor website. The student reviews are brutal, and they suggest that she has severe psychological problems. Emmy, listen to this his one Christine Ford is the worst educator. I've ever experienced avoid taking her class at avoid any interaction with this person. I feel like she has something wrong with her. And I am surprised. No one. Has caught this also avoid Fullerton MSW program as long as she is there. Then we go to professor Ford is unprofitable lacks appropriate filters. And I am honestly scared of her. She's made comments both in class, and in emails, if you cross her you will be on her bad side, I fear to think of the poor clients that had to deal with her while she got her MSW, enter LCS w absolutely the worst teacher. I ever had. Here's another one do not take her class. She is unclear with directions. Hard grader and talks for two hours and Forty-five minutes without giving a break. She is the exact opposite of what she teaches empowering not at all. This one's great take glass, and you will take anti-depressants start smoking or drinking again and gain twenty pounds at your risk. And these are not recent. It's not like, you know, the the right went up there and posted these things these are over a period of years. And they're all pretty awful. Mean our average is a out of five she averages two point one. Yeah. To be not so good. You know? And and I know there'll be a well, she's probably a hard grader, maybe. But that doesn't explain the avoid any interaction with her parts or the you're gonna end up taking antidepressant parts. So we'll see. And of course, then her parents involved in a foreclosure suit, which judge Kavanagh's mother was the presiding judge over and ruled against them. And then of course, there's also her lawyer. I'm sorry. But sometimes. You know, sometimes you just have to look at somebody to know a whole lot about the case, you know, like Gloria Allred. I have an immediate reaction when I see her daughter representing a woman that reaction is how much money is it in this for them. And if you see the attorney who's representing the cavenaugh accuser. She's a big democrat party donor. And she looked like a man. Say she look like a man what was that? That was was that from second city or Saturday Night Live. They had the little Asian a little plump Asian girl who. Would always use that comment when somebody was not nice Toshiko, man. Kavanagh's lawyer. She looked like a man anyway, the judiciary committee is going to have to make a decision. I think they should bring her in put her under oath. I think they should bring Brett cavenaugh back put him under oath. And let's call it a day take the boat on Thursday. It's either he wins or he doesn't. But but if he doesn't get confirmed, they're still enough time. No matter how this November election turns out, there's enough time to nominate someone else and to begin that confirmation process and have a vote before the end of the year when the Senate would turn over by the way. This is terrible to say saying anyway because on the one radio personality that will admit that if they don't start to play by the same rules that the left plays by the right or conservatives or Republicans or whatever you call them has no chance of winning. So what they're going to have to do is. If he does not get confirmed. They're going to have to use that as a rallying point for all of the elections taking place across the country and say if you do not get these Republicans reelected, or if you do not defeat these vulnerable, Democrats, you are not going to be able to get a supreme court Justice confirmed period end of story. And that may that may work for them. That's the kind of stuff the left has been very successful. At maybe it's time to take a page out of their book. Guess who supporting Andy Gillam, not just supporting him? One of the hosts of a big fundraiser hand Broward County, if you're out there seeking endorsements would you seek sheriff Scott Israel's endorsement, I'm just curious like, you know. No sheriff Israel's been under fire from national hosts from a local hosts from the local newspaper as attack the sheriff's performance and his staff's performance thing the Marjory stoneman Douglas shooting. I mean, he's been attacked relentlessly basically disappeared from the political discussions for months. And now all of a sudden he's headlining a fundraiser for indie Gillam, if I was mayor gone. I'd rethink this. Really? You know, there's twenty two county and city elected officials are going to host this fundraiser. And sheriff Israel is the biggest name on the list. Ouch. I'm just saying he's a little too controversial for me to believe that that's a good thing. Listening to the rest of these was this like a who's who of of Broward crap is what it is. You got Brenda Forman the clerk the courts he got by the way, she's clerk of the courts because her husband Howard, Forman was clerk of the courts for years. So I don't know I guess they'd be que- to or I'm not really sure you have all eight democratic county. Commissioners, Barbara Sharieff who was the former mayor of Fort Lauderdale or Broward County, whatever she was mayor of Dale wholeness Michael Udine beam for is that his name beam. For what kind of name is beam for. Sounds like a character on Sesame Street come on over here. Beam for everybody. See your red for. I'm sorry. We should make fun of the man's name or the woman's name. Do we know who beam for is? Mark bogan. Steve Geller, NAN rich, and Tim Ryan also participating and good old. Rosalyn osgood. Dot there is good and Patty good from the school board mayor Hazel Rogers of Lauderdale lakes, Mike Ryan of sunrise. Walter skip Campbell of Coral Springs is a who's who dean TRAN tell us a who's who of. Well, let me just say it is clearly as I can democratic puke in Broward County also involved in the fundraiser are political activists Lynda bird lawyer lobbyist, John millage and former Browett democratic chairman Mitch. Okay. I'm gonna take a break now in barf into this little bag over here into my garbage. Can I'll be right back?.

professor Broward County judge Kavanagh Israel Trump Stanford Emmy Oliver Gloria Allred Palo Alto Christine blazey Walter skip Campbell Senate Rosalyn osgood Andy Gillam Christine Ford Fullerton
"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"andy gillam" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"This is it. We'll be chosen each day. This station's website. Kind of interesting that are contest is called campaign bribe, and they're trying to bribe a Senator in Maine, I probably should run that by my friend. Ann Coulter who among all the other accolades who could say about her. She's also an attorney no fault of her own. How you doing an, thanks. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. I I'm just using the dossier as toilet paper these days as apparently everybody else's. I love your headline. Thank you. It's clear in my book resistance is futile. How every one of these alleged building blocks of the Russian collusion. They all turned out to be nothing. But but the last resistance the media will never say, oh, yeah. We got that one wrong. You can forget about Jeff Sessions perjuring himself or Carter page being the centerpiece of the Russian collusion story. No. It's always. Yeah. I don't remember what happened with that. It was rained down. And so they just keep wheeling them out. They'll what you think. Okay. Finally, we're done with, you know, the GOP changed platform, for example, which Byron York is explained one million times the platform wasn't changed. It was some nutty woman from Texas who visited Ukraine wants. Walker of an amendment which the delegates quite reasonably cut down and the dossier. What was interesting, and what was fun about writing? My book is that because I am swimming in liberal media. I just I started to notice things, and when I go back on nexus to see what the exact same people were saying about the exact same issue scandals in this case dossier while one hundred and eighty degrees, which the dossier was the funniest funnest one. Because for the first ten months, that's the sleazy Russian dossier compiled by a foreign agents using being paid by Hillary Clinton to do so on gather gossip and dirt on Hillary Clinton's political opponent from current and former Russian officials, so we we found our our Russian collusion gentlemen, we have it right here. But for the first ten months people tend to forget this because you just go with the flow of. The news. The first ten months after the dossier came out, we didn't know who would funded. That's right. And in point of fact, the media was aggressively. I would say lying at least misleading us about who had paid for it. Remember, all that the Republicans. Did it? It was a Republican donor. Oh, it was just a concerned citizen. Nothing nothing to see here until for the first ten months apparently many in the media. In fact, did not know that it was nothing, but Hillary Clinton DNC funded op research, and I might add and Russian collusion. So they kept trying to they wanted the dossier to be true. They wanted it to be true. They could they could taste that they dreamed about it. So so they would try to bootstrap the FBI's use of of the dossier the dos gays used to get warrants on on Carter page and someone until fourth into to prove the credibility of the dossier. Consequently at the end of ten months so just dropped like a hot potato end up. I don't know why you people keep talking about the dossier. Why do Republicans think the dossier? Was used to get a warrant on Carter page. Well for two months that was the headline breaking news on CNN. They thought it was great that the dock gate with us together. Dasa a Fiso warrant on Carter page that in order to prove of the dossier was Chris Cuomo and. Rachel, maddow. And and and and Chris Matthews all the rest of them saying well FBI believe the dossier urinating prostitutes story must be true. This shows it's crowded, then we find out Hillary Clinton opposition research on the FBI is running away from it saying we didn't rely on it all we have no idea where you got this idea. You're crazy Republicans. So the side by side quotes in that chapter are a lot of fun. Yeah. I'll bet they are. Well, look, you know, when you talk about hypocrisy, I be sitting here, you know, like you. I look back and see what's being said at different times. All I heard during the initial stages of this investigation was that Michael Flynn violated the Logan act and yesterday, I'm forced to watch John Kerry on multiple television programs talking about how he met four times with Iranian officials after he left office. And when secretary Mike Pompeo was actually the secretary of state. So that's a direct violation of the law Logan act. Have you heard a single member of the media talk about it? No. It was hilarious. When Michael Flynn violation of the Logan act. I came up, which is preposterous. He's working for a a president elect Obama would've wanted him to talk to the Russians during that period. Of course, of course, the president elect a man who's about to assume the office of courses underlings era. There was nothing illegal about it. But it was hilarious. Watching all these bubble had angers after you know after quickly checking on Wikipedia had always known about the Logan act or precious Logan act. It was it was probably from James Madison's pen. The Logan act. Oh, good grief. How about Jesse Jackson flew to Libya or something to get some hostages out and teddy Kennedy book, but you can't mention it often enough he colluded with the Russians drop to oppose Ronald Reagan. That's right. He did collude with the Russians. But no mention to be made of it. Well, that's why it's fun to have nexus. Yeah. And and believe me, I don't have the greatest memory on earth. But I certainly sat there watching John Kerry, and all I could think of was the testimony that he gave in front of congress back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one or seventy two how he sat there and and both face turned his back on every member of the military. And now I'm watching him talk about how he thinks that he has a right to go over to meet with Iranian. Like, can we take away his passport or something? I suppose we could though it would be far less entertaining. And that's principally. What we're getting out of the resistance these days. I guess, but you know, I I had a guest on from facts earlier in the day. They have a crowd source funding page to bribe Senator Collins in Maine, that's you know, they do that was a great point. You may. Yeah, that's illegal. That's that's a really good point certainly under the Trump era standards of criminal law. There's no question, but this is a bra. I mean, this what what what you're describing is kind of the equivalent of the Russian dossier. We got something on you. We're gonna we're gonna punish you. If you don't do everything we say, yeah. And the collinses standing strong, the real the real battle royale that will make World War Two. And even the what is it a seventeen year, Afghan? Anistan war. Look like a walk on the beach is going to be when Ruth Bader Ginsburg goes and Trump gets to replace or whoa. For that one up supplies. We'll be going to the mattresses on that one. Yeah. Well, I'm hoping that, you know, the the the Republican party in spite of itself has managed to hold on to these houses. Because you know, I know I know it's it's it's bad. It's bad. I mean, look at my guy look at my guy here, you know, you, and I were all gung ho Rhonda Santa's Gabby Abby ABA. I did everything I could to get this guy. You know, the nomination. About him forever forever. And then he picks genetic Nunez to be his Lieutenant governor. Here's a woman who you know, championed and finally got past an in state tuition act for legal aliens. She's an open border with you when not passed you. Remember, we were to tea party made. Yes, we were. And now this is who he selects. I mean, I don't know how to win. They could have victory within their grip pointing it's very disappointing. Because as I said, how do I motivate voters, you know? This is the most frustrating thing is now looking like, we're not getting a wall. The one thing we ought to be able to get out of Trump. Well, as I say in resistance is futile a total destruction of the mainstream media. And now that that would be fantastic. But the other thing is it ought to be a prototype. The he's two thousand sixteen campaign. There's so many lessons. Well, two big ones. Actually, what one big one that can be stated in one sentence. You don't need money Republicans, you need popular idea. Exactly. All Trump had. He never backed down. His genius was choosing choosing policies that would drive the media, absolutely bananas. So they talk about it nonstop as well case closed one can be for him now that he's come out for a Muslim ban. And then it turned out that the vast majority of the voters support. So the media gave him Trump massive coverage for Florida's popular policies because they were unpopular with a very small group. Of people the media. That's right now. Well, that's why I say, you know, and instead of turning to the ones who brought onto to the dance in the case of Rhonda Santa's and other elected officials in Florida. They go running up to Washington to get advice on how to win a campaign down here, and they blow it completely Andy Gillam is now four points ahead of Ron Santa's. We're talking about a guy who couldn't run the city of Tallahassee. Yes. No, this is very depressing. Please, please. Remember, Rhonda Santa's whenever whenever the media. The Trump was going to be wiped out with Hispanic voters. This latest thing I'm sure you've talked about, but but their latest attempt to throw open our borders and ruin the country with the oh children are being separated from their parents through that whole period. You don't have how they just dropped it. Parents are still being separate because not only Trump's approval ratings go up. They won top monthly. Hey, listen. You know, I'm convinced you gotta do, you know, you gotta speak to people. To where they are in their economics. And where they are socially. That's the that's the environment. We're in. Now, we don't have any big looming threat. I know Russian collusion is an obsession for the media. But for the most part not a single voter is worried about Russia today. They are worried about their mortgage and sending their kids to schools where they can't learn because English as a second language. Yes. That that affects the voters, but I can't seem to get through to these guys. We just keep trying, you know, look at center for immigration, Lucy and the football. We are looking at Charlie. They're they're they're losing the football. Yeah. You're right. You remember all the people we were up with last week in Washington from the center for immigration studies. Did you see the Twitter doesn't allow them to send out anything that uses the term illegal alien or criminal alien? It's hate speech. It's actually illegal term. Law out statutes are written. Yeah. Yeah. Well, the don't don't confuse them with with facts. Well, anyway, always a pleasure. You'll come in down for November second, we know a big book signing at Aaron's table. He's a former chef from the, you know, the mar-a-lago. So at least we know the food will be great and certainly meeting and getting her book will be great. So we got more information on that coming up. Thank you. And it was fun hanging out. Good to talk to you talk to you soon. All right. Let's take a break wrap this up. For.

Hillary Clinton Trump Rhonda Santa Carter FBI John Kerry Maine Washington Ann Coulter Michael Flynn Senator president Florida attorney Logan CNN Texas Twitter football Byron York