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Fresh update on "bernie bernie sanders" discussed on Sean Hannity
"For launching those weeks one and two number one in the country. 809 for one, Sean, if you want to be a part of this this extravaganza Amazon, by the way, and Costco's of mall Martin and and target Barnes and Noble. All of discounts. Now on Amazon dot com is 40% off. And if you can share with a liberal friend, and you know what, we gotta win this election because otherwise if they implement these stated policies Yeah, well, we can't have health insurance. Kamala Harris. Great Medicare for all new Green deal the most radical ticket ever. This is even worse than when I first conceived the book. And it really is the working title in Latin at the bottom. Live free or America will die. There's we don't recover from what they're going to do to the country. It is the most radical extreme positions ever taken by any major political party and the mob is lying to you and covering up how radical they are. And, frankly, how weak and frail Joe is. It's sad anyway. Hannity dot com amazon dot com Costco's bookstores everywhere. Barnes of normal, you name it. I last night had a chance to get the first reaction from the president, as relates to Kamala Harris. Let's goto that. Let's start with the big news today. Kamala Harris, your that your initial thoughts. Well, Have you read the various political pundits? He would have said that Maybe that would have been the one. A lot of people think it's a dangerous choice. I think you know, she's the most liberal person. Supposedly in the Senate. That's pretty liberal, but she's supposed to be the most. I'm not sure that's what the country wants. They think of it is we've got problems, but I would be surprised if it is he Wants to raise taxes. She wants to get rid of your second Amendment. No guns for protection. No, nothing. She's a very strong in the second Amendment, getting rid of it and very bad to the military. She wants to cut the military. She wants to Cut spending for the military and the vets. And, you know I don't quite get the choice but we'll have it out. We have a great vice president named Mike Pence and he will Take care of business, just like hey, did the last time against a different candidate vice president Pence by the way will exclusively join us on this program tomorrow. Let's go through some of the specifics. She was one of the first Democrats to co sponsor I call in Bolshevik, Bernie Bernie Sanders, who used to be an outlier in the Democratic Party. On DH way outside the Democratic mainstream she co sponsored is not only a single payer Medicare for all, which would be anywhere estimates from 32 2 $54 trillion. She wanted to eliminate private health insurance. Even for Americans that like their plan. That sounds extreme, sir. Well, that's 180 million people and they love their plan. Not like it and they don't want to take it away. And if you go into socialized medicine, which is what she wants and support strongly, And it's what Biden wants. Ultimately, they not gonna have a choice because his party wants it. The people that really control the party. He will never control the party they wanted. That means you're destroying. Something that 180 million people love. They have a plan that they really like that. That's a very hard thing to do very hard thing to do. And by the way, I have to say Larry And Leo, then Janine, and your great Senator John Kennedy is fantastic. And Karl Rove, who has been so great, lest you know, Carl and I had disputes previously, we like each other. A lot has been great. That call was great tonight and I will say that was some little pre cast I had on. That was very impressive. Thank you. That's I guess that we call that the opening act the president. Um, things were good. I've talked a lot about this. And when you were a candidate, I asked you many, many times about the need for America to become energy independent. And you went forward with the Keystone XL pipeline. The Dakota pipeline you've opened and war and for the first time in 75 years, America's now energy independent, and we're now also In a longer period of time. The largest producer of energy in the entire world. She was a co sponsor in the U. S. Senate of this radical green new Deal. Joe Biden is already pledged trillions of taxpayer dollars for for that plan. Um and All I see is that would eliminate you know the lifeblood of the world's economy. America's economy in In the next 10 years, according to the original plan that she again was a co sponsor of How do you see that? In terms of the geopolitical strategic Even defense of this country, because that to me is a crucial program that eyes scary. You know to go backto energy. Independent dependence is scary to me. Well, we are now Energy independent for the first time my guests ever and we're very powerful on energy. And we when we had the pandemic hit us from China, which should have never happened. They should have never let that happen. But there was obviously a lot of energy around and we saved it. I saved it. We called Russia President Putin. We called the king of Saudi Arabia. They cut 10 1,000,000 barrels of oil a day and we save the energy and now we're at $41 a barrel. But more importantly, for the people driving cars were around $2 even less. A gallon and it's fantastic. She's against Petroleum. She's against fracking. So is Biden. And that means you can't win Texas. You can't win. Pennsylvania can't win Oklahoma, North Dakota, many of the states And it also means your electric bills would go up literally by 10 times. You wouldn't It wouldn't be even sustainable And if they went with this crazy Grune, it's It's like child's play if they went with the so called Green New deal you talking about Ah, a catastrophic for the country's probably have to close 20 to 25% of your businesses even to qualify and they wouldn't function properly because we don't have that kind of energy. It's crazy. This can't they can't power mess if we have these massive plants, some of which in many of which are being built under me, the car companies are moving back from Japan and from Other countries coming in from Germany. They're coming back to America first time in 42 years. And you can't even think about firing up those plants with the kind of things they're talking about. Let me go to you know, I played at the beginning of the program..
New York Board of Elections Cancels Democratic Presidential Primary
"New York state will not hold a democratic democratic presidential presidential primary primary members members of of the the board board of of election election made made the the unprecedented unprecedented decision decision today today the the congressional congressional and and local local primaries primaries will will continue continue as as planned planned June June twenty twenty third third the the Bernie Bernie Sanders Sanders campaign opposed the move after he dropped out of the race the Vermont senator said he had hoped to continue to gather delegates so he could have an impact on the party platform
Breaking Down Super Tuesday's Results
"Have Texas called in the last five minutes by the Associated Press Four Biden which was a slight surprise. I mean this was something where it was looking like a sanders victory up until a few days ago the polls were deadlocked and what happened is in the last three or four days Bernie Bernie Sanders Lost a lot of states that he was slated to win and Joe Biden consolidated a significant chunk of the Democratic Party. So is this a two-horse race? Yeah I mean I think the question is is it a one horse race There there is a possibility that Biden will create an insurmountable lead Going into next week Because one thing that's also very striking if you look at the results is that Biden performed everywhere except for the places that had high proportions of early voting in other words. Four people voted before south. Carolina's results were known and the narrative was that Biden's candidacy was flailing and Bernie was ascendant. So in in everywhere else Biden really over performed in a big way. The other thing that's very important to note is that Sanders argument throughout this campaign has been that. He brings new voters to the table new voters to the ballot box and that simply hasn't been shown by the data and in fact last night everywhere where turnout was up dramatically and it was up dramatically in some key states biden one big so for the narrative that we need a large coalition to beat. Donald Trump in November. The data is showing. That Biden is doing that and Bernie is not and if you're Bernie supporter. I can understand that it's something that's a difficult pill to swallow but it's what. The empirical evidence is showing through these Super Tuesday results. I mean because sound is slightly scary for some voters because of the socialist labeled but he's not really socialist in the sense that we would understand it. That's right I mean. I think the when you think about this from a UK perspective. There's a lot of Corbin. Comparisons Bernie is not Corbin. He's not nearly as far left as Jeremy. Corbyn but the US is not as far left as Britain. The US is right of Britain. And I think what's also crucial to keep in mind here is that the twenty twenty race is going to be decided by six. Maybe seven swing states. And when you look at which ones those are. You're talking Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Arizona. Florida Georgia those states have very little in common culturally. The one thing they have in common is that they're ideologically moderate and so when you look at places like I'm from Minnesota which trump lost by one and a half percent whether Bernie is socialist or not. That label is highly unpopular in the mid west. It's highly unpopular in places that are ideologically moderate. And so I think that you know Bernie was going to face. Some serious roadblocks to winning in November against trump with some of those label. Some of his comments from the past. That wouldn't have played well in the sort of you know bread and butter mid West Swing State voters who are ultimately centrists so Tuesday was going to belong to Bloomberg if we believed Bloomberg. That clearly isn't the case. Is he still in with a chance? And if he's not might he take those vast funds and place them behind some other candidate? Your answer great question. I think this is one of those things where you know for Democrats who have divided opinions on the candidates. I think the last night in America was a victory for Democracy with a small D. Because it showed that money can't buy elections. He spent a half a billion dollars. Five hundred million dollars and lost everywhere except for I think American Samoa. An overseas territory. So what Bloomberg is likely to do. I mean I've seen reports who knows what will happen by senior ports. He's going to reassess his candidacy tomorrow. if he's smart and his advisors are smart. He'll drop out Wednesday morning. Us Time and throw his billions of dollars behind whoever the Democratic nominee is and I think just to you a scale of how rich Michael Bloomberg is. I did the math on this if I gave you. Five thousand dollars a day every day. Three hundred sixty five days a year. I would have had to start doing that in thirty two. Thousand B C Twenty. Two thousand years before the woolly. Mammoth went extinct for you to have as much money as Michael Bloomberg today so he has a lot of cash and that cash is going to go very likely behind. Joe Biden's candidacy in the coming days and very much the sharp end of the Spear Against Donald Trump going into the general election. So before we get onto what I suspect is really very good news. Just a quick chat about the other candidates Elizabeth Warren and you'll see above who are still in the race. I mean seem not for much longer. Yeah I expect. Warren will probably drop out tomorrow. Tulsi Gabbard Should have dropped out months ago. Chelsea Gabbert has a constituency of exactly one person in that person's name has Tulsi Gabbard But you know Warren Warren I. I've been surprised by. She ran a formidable campaign. She's extremely smart and has done a great job in exciting of voters about her plans. So I would expect that there will be a push to get her endorsements For either Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden. I also think that the the Democratic nominee would be very wise to pledge to bring Elizabeth Warren at at a minimum as a core adviser for the campaign the administration And possibly as vice presidential candidate or a senior adviser in the I also I mean the piece that I'm writing for the Washington Post. This morning is going to call for Biden to come out with a vice presidential pick now and I think the reason for that is because the party is divided between the sanders farther left wing and the Biden more centrist moderate wing and binding could go a really long way if he announced somebody like Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris Stacey from somebody who fires up the Progressive Wing of the Party And and causes who are a little further left of bite into say you know what he understands us? He accepts that were part of the coalition to win and he's going to be running the candidacy that speaks to us. Not just to the moderates and of course the bottom line is who can beat trump. And you're of the opinion. That could be done. Yeah I mean I think this is something. Where were if you look at the swing states? That matter in November Biden is somewhat tailor-made for those states And there's been this narrative since two thousand sixteen because the political class so to speak was surprised by trump's victory that there's the secret sauce. That trump has that. He'll win no matter what but if you look at the polls. I mean most of the national polls have Biden up by eight points to nine points against trump and keep in mind. That trump was so worried about biden beating him that he able to get impeached over it. Dry trying to trying to damage Biden. And if you look at trump's tweets he is trying to say you know so. Division on behalf of Bernie saying the Democratic Establishment is trying to Rob Bernie Sanders supporters of their victory. Simply because he thinks that the way he wins either with Bernie candidacy over the divided party. Keep in mind that the the Democratic Establishment did not rob Bernie Sanders of the voters. The voters robbed Bernie Sanders the voters in this time because You know he he. Simply he lost the race You know ran I think fairly squarely one thing. That's very interesting to note going forward if Bernie decides to stay in the race. Even if next Tuesday's results are not favorable for him is that in two thousand sixteen when Bernie Sanders was trailing the delegate count. He said that it should matter. Only if you get a majority of delegates not a plurality he was going to fight to the convention and try to say though pick me as the nominee even if I don't have the most delegates this time around when he's had the most delegates when he's been the lead he said the exact opposite he said. If you have a plurality of delegates you should be the nominee will. We're headed for a scenario? After last night in which Joe Biden goes into convention potentially not with a majority but with a plurality and Bernie Sanders is on the records. Now saying that person should be the nominee so he may end up regretting Those words but it is. It is something that sets a precedent by which even if Biden does not get over the fifty percent threshold. That the rules say you have to. You could have his main opponent on camera many many times saying that effectively. If he's got the plurality he should be the nominee. I mean. A gamer of then Biden may yet beat trump. But we're assuming that this will be a fair fight and of course. There's nothing that you can see him about trump. We do not know how how badly he may try and ski this race. Yeah I mean this is why prognostication is a very dangerous game in In Two thousand twenty is that you have a lot of things that trump is going to be willing to do to break the rules. We we've seen that. I mean he was impeached because he tried to use US foreign policy and hundreds of millions of dollars to get a foreign government to investigate a political opponent in two thousand sixteen. Of course he called to jail his uplift his political opponent And and of course there's going to be the wildcards of Russian interference information more at CETERA. But there's also the wild card of the corona virus and how that's going to affect the race which causes some serious uncertainty forecasting months if not weeks into the future and we don't know how that's going to shake out but yes I mean I think if you're looking at places where trump is vulnerable and where he needs to win. Joe Biden is the candidate who is more like voters in those states than Bernie Sanders. I mean is something where you know in Minnesota where I'm from a neighboring Wisconsin. Both States Democrats need to win if they WanNa win and twenty twenty. Those states are not the ones calling for a socialist revolution outside of potentially progressive core in the urban centers. And what Biden did last night. Was He brought suburban voters to the polls and those people are the people who propelled the Democrats to the twenty eighteen victory in the house. So you know it's about building. A coalition of Progressives ideological moderates and even some Republicans who thank you know what trump is not a safe pair of hands to have when the country is facing a crisis like it is with corona virus. I think that might be the argument going forward. Brian. Thank you very much indeed. That's Brian Class in. Incidentally it's the first time I've seen him smile since two thousand and
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Sanders wins big in Nevada; fellow Democratic candidates not giving up
"Another another big big win win for for Bernie Bernie Sanders Sanders as the Vatican office goers threw their support behind his candidacy correspondent Jim Roope reports Sanders opponents in the democratic presidential race aren't giving up senator Amy Klobuchar's saying her campaign in Nevada exceeded expectations former vice president Joe Biden saying he's poised now to move in a direction he wasn't able to before this second place win here and former south bend Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg saying this is your night this is your camp senator Elizabeth Warren saying since Wednesday's debate a quarter of a million people have contributed more than nine million dollars to her campaign
Klobuchar, rising in New Hampshire polls, hopes for surprise ending
"Campaign twenty twenty the New Hampshire primary the primary results are still being tallied up up but but as as of of right right now now Bernie Bernie Sanders Sanders projected projected to to be be the the winner winner he's he's got got twenty twenty six six percent percent of of the the vote vote behind behind him him former former south south bend bend mayor mayor people people to to judge judge with with twenty twenty four four percent percent the big surprise tonight Amy Klobuchar the senator got close to twenty percent more than doubling her support verses Elizabeth Warren to more than double the votes when Joe Biden the former vice president left early for South Carolina he held the campaign event there tonight he says he's not going anywhere together we will insure in our time that we deliver the day when your race has no bearing on your health or your well your access to education we deliver that it's Pete booted judge talking about unity here's Joe Biden talking about staying in the race inane over man we're just who has for Elizabeth Warren as mentioned not a strong night for her but she is still trying to stay optimistic if we have the courage to fight hard we are going to win coming up next we have two nominating contest we have no data and South Carolina two debates to one before each one of those events so again Bernie Sanders the winner tonight in New Hampshire with twenty six percent followed by people to judge with twenty four out almost twenty four and a half and then Amy clover chart in that third spot we had two candidates drop out tonight Andrew gang and Michael Bennett Tulsi Gabbard addressed her supporters say she's not dropping out and devol Patrick according to CBS news expected to suspend his campaign tomorrow lot of moving parts will keep you updated throughout the night it's eleven forty eight A. W.
4 years later, New Hampshire's opioid epidemic still rages on
"We're in New Hampshire for today's presidential primary. At the primary four years ago. We reported here one of the big stories of the decade. No it wasn't how badly Bernie Bernie Sanders. Beat Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump's win. It was the OPIOID Epidemic New Hampshire then second only to West Virginia and overdose deaths life. Life expectancy was down for the first time in seventy five years and this was the first time many in the national media saw this all close. So where are we now while the number of deaths is down but that's attributed to advances in saving people from overdoses. New Hampshire launched a safe fire station program instead of people heading over newborns born they handed in themselves. There's also a two one one emergency line to get help it so-called doorway hospitals those on the frontlines. Say there's still much more that needs to be done John but there's also a story that offers a glimmer of hope for pregnant MOMS battling addiction to tell that story. We had to Rochester New Hampshire capture. How are you good? I'm Kerry Norton. It's nice to meet you. Thank if that's a good word for it. I mean they. Every bit of Space Work Carey is a nurse. She cofounded hope on Haven Hill in this rambling. Eighteen fifty s Greek Revival Country House for moms with substance abuse issues. Trying to stay sober can beautiful. It just looks like an wonderful old country kitchen with a big table for. Everyone wouldn't sit around. We see babies into the living room. So this is our living room The other area is our baby changing changing room in another little space for babies to play with your toys but also social workers therapists. This is a medical treatment facility. Women have to be sober. Some of them are on Methadone. All help each other stay sober by attending support groups cooking meals together. Learning bonding ending skills. Some are about to give birth some already have. How old is this little guy? He just turned eighteen months. Looks like a newborn over here. Yeah we have a little newborn over here upstairs. The bedrooms this old house was once part of the underground railroad today. Shelters eight women at a time and they can bring other children under five as they welcome a new one. So every room has cribs fasten. That's changing tables rocking chairs. Everything a mom we need. Imagine for some of these women. They've never seen anything like this. We're taking care of women who are homeless imminently homeless and a lot of them are generational e so oh I've had more than more than two or three women have said they haven't even had beds in their lives. We have women coming from actual. It's not couch surfing. It's actually they're homeless on you know in a tent or not outside. The women are encouraged to be honest. Honest if they're struggling if they relapse told her ask for help we give women support with so much dignity that even when things are hard and not going well they know they can reach out immediately so many do and you know someone listening might say you know what when somebody is an addict and using heroin. This isn't just about the young women it's about children. What do you say to those people who really don't trust this terrible addiction and worry about the effort put in to who a mother? Reuniting with child or having a child shore so for me it's a chronic healthcare condition that should be treated just like any other healthcare condition that a woman might have throughout her entire life span and we should treat it. It is heartwarming and hopeful. Just like the story of how this all started. I want to talk about the beginnings wings. I understand you came across a young woman who was eight months pregnant. And you were calling around. You couldn't find the resources in I. Did you send out a late night. Email asking asking. Does anyone know Oprah or Ellen DeGeneres. It was a facebook play. Her name was abby and I had just brought her to the one place in New Hampshire that after and we call it five acts of Congress an entire team of people for two weeks worked together into this place. I brought her there and on my way home. My mind is blue and so I put up on facebook facebook. Does anyone know Ellen Oprah or somebody rich because we need to do this in our community. We need to do it now and when I woke up I had a lot of people responding. Including In my co-founder colleen. WHO said I have a house? She doesn't know Oprah Ellen or she wasn't Richard Self but she had a house. That was just the perfect fit for what we needed to do. And we are sitting in that house and this is where. That story gets heartbreaking abby. Young pregnant woman who inspired this project had her baby became sober but experts spurts no the most vulnerable time for mom. Battling addictions is right after giving birth. There's little housing that safe. No treatment no work Abbey became an activist lobbying lobbying lawmakers her sister had died of an overdose but soon abbey did as well the woman behind hope on Haven Hill mobilized they opened a second concentre called it. Abbey's place women from Haven Hill transition there to stay sober find jobs be part of a community. Carrie wells up over the memory when he she has a legacy you know. I always have to remember like not to stop. Because she didn't stop when she rallied was doing great and when she had slips and wasn't doing well she put herself out there. She put herself out there to Eddie. You know legislator any person that would listen to talk to say. This is the problem Tom. This is what's going on. I'm this is how I'm having a really hard time. You know. Women deserve to have this health care treatment and then support and and if for some reason they have a recurrence. They deserve the chance to have this. Chronic illness immediately treated again as needed and they deserve to be MOMS. They deserve to have their children. They love their babies and they are great. MOMS the flip side is I know. She's cheering us on. Because what we get to do. Every day is watch. Women Thrive one of them. Thirty two year old Lauren Phillips who sits with her talkative pink cheeked eighteen month old toddler. Rory she and rory started at hope on Haven Hill will now they live at Abbey's plays Lauren has a job. She's been sober for six months. But it's a rough road. She clings to rory now. But he's been in foster care she. She shares her story to help other young moms. I went into my first inpatient treatments under when I was nineteen years old from that time about fifteen years ago until November two thousand seventeen I was just in and out of treatment centers. I did Three years in prison prison. That's when I got out in November and I got pregnant with this little guy pretty much right away take us back. How did you start? What happened my drug of choice is heroin and cocaine? I grew up in like Upper middle class family. My mother passed away when I was young but my dad was like to say he is an amazing man. Doesn't do it justice. How old were you when you started using heroin? I started using heroin and I was sixteen. How'd did you get an ex boyfriend? At the time it was like Oxycontin and stuff like that by the time that I was educated on it was too late. You know. So how do you get to jail. I ended up stealing from my family stealing from my father's business. I sold drugs and had to sales charges. Once I got into a using. That was just number one. You got pregnant well it would have to be about eighteen when I got out of prison. I was sober sober at that time because I had just gotten out of prison and I- paroled to a sober house for women in Nashua so I was able to stay sober shortly. After after he was born I Relapsed proved to myself the hard way at that point that like my love for him is not as strong as addiction. And like I needed that. This disease is stronger than anything. A call is me to DC Y. F.. And they showed up at my house. I had to get into a program of some sorts and if it was a program that would allow me to take him then. I could take him with me. I ended up by the grace of God at Hope Uneven Hell. I got so much out of this program. And in being a mother to him I realized what was lacking before I guess now. I can say that I wasn't willing to To change everything about my life and Out of fear you know. I had been with his father for a long time. I didn't want to give that up and it led me to a relapse and at that point I felt hopeless at that time but the women that worked here they believed in me at that point and then he ended up going into foster care July. How hard is that? Yeah I needed to get myself better before it could be there for him. I ended up going to a twenty eight day program and you know I. I knew that I wanted him to be happy. And just have a good life and I loved him so much but I think at that point. I still didn't think that I was going to be in that equation. God had other plans for me. Thank God and and stay in touch with Kerry and they were planning on opening Abbey's place and and it has just been amazing and I share my story with anybody who will listen because I know today that it's possible missile. You haven't taken your eyes off him one second. What happens when you look at him? I just GonNa make me cry now. Now I mean he was looking. He's just perfect. I get this feeling looking at him and knowing how perfect he is but I also know that my diseases seizes stronger than that. Like I have to rely on God. I have to rely on the women in the program that have walked this journey before me and that then show
New Hampshire primary underway as 2020 Democrats tussle for voters
"After the chaos of the Iowa caucuses there's hope that today's New Hampshire primary brings more clarity to the democratic presidential race the candidate the president trump calls crazy Bernie was at the top of the polls voted for Bernie Bernie Sanders was this a hard decision now was an easy decision some voters didn't expect to make a decision until they got to their polling place one time front runner Joe Biden says he remains mildly hopeful about today's first in the nation primary South Carolina night we got a look at the mall really good about that CBS is but where since as Biden is planning an early exit from New Hampshire hoping to find friendlier territory down south Joe Biden his campaign announced
Race Still to Close to Call in Iowa
"Been nearly a full all day since the start of the Iowa caucuses and we still don't know who won partial results show former south. Bend Indiana Mayor Pete. Buddha judge is leading with about twenty seven percent of the state's delegates followed closely by Vermont. Senator Bernie Sanders with twenty five percent and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren trailing with eighteen. MM Percent Party. Officials said the delay was due to a bug in the APP that was being used to report the caucus results last night. Prompting officials to tally up the results manually Democratic Party chair troy price addressed the delay late Tuesday. Now the fact is is that as we started doing this Last night it took longer longer than we expected and so but the my paramount concern is making sure that these results are accurate and reflect what happened last night. In Caucuses across the state. We're going to do just that. And that's we're GONNA take the time we need to joining me now from Washington with more details on just what happened and how it's going to affect the rest of the twenty twenty race and his Wall Street Journal reporter Chad Day Chad. The candidates are already focused on New Hampshire which holds holds. Its primary next Tuesday. How has the delay in results from Iowa impacted their momentum? I think what it's done is it's basically allowed. It's actually given in a big boost to candidates who maybe didn't perform that well in Iowa. It's allowed them to be able to have an entire night where each one of the candidates are able to go out and have a victory speech. And then say we're going on a New Hampshire without. They're actually having been results. Come out and so you know in terms of momentum it actually is robbed You know the winner of the of the caucus from having that spotlight and and you know really what. The Iowa caucuses always kind of serve as is a way for people to kind of pick up momentum going into the next states. And maybe that's not going to happen as much here because every single one of the top candidates was able to say. We're on New Hampshire sewing new last night that these votes are going to be delayed. What is the latest Info you can tell us about the cause because of the delay in results? What more have we found out about the APP use to report the results in what went wrong last night right? So what we're finding out dribs and drabs are coming out out now and I think we still don't know everything that's happened But what what happened was that they were rolled out this APP to be able to tabulate the results and they were trying to do this so that it would be a lot faster to get the results out. Obviously that didn't go the way that they wanted to instead There were problems on one end where people were not properly trained with. The APP didn't know how to use it and then on the other end it's that win. Vote tabulations were being put into the APP. They were actually collecting that information correctly but they were not reporting out correctly. And so whenever I W- Officials noticed that and and saw that problem. They basically had to revert to the backup system and start going through a you know reviewing each one of the paper trail of each one of the caucuses and so that is obviously taken a lot of time and resulted in there being almost a twenty four hour longer delay in seeing any kind of results and how about the logistics of what's been happening overnight tonight and for much of today confirming vote and checking the accuracy. How did that work well? So what they're doing is they're making sure that there that the vote tallies that are actually in the computer system matchup. What's up with the paper trail that they had at the different caucases seven more than seventeen hundred caucus sites across Iowa? And you know one thing that kind of has gotten missed in this is that yes you know. We didn't see results last night. There were expectations that they were gonNA come out. There was a problem with this APP. However you know th the backup system that was in place Appears to be working you you know. They didn't release any results. That were Ronan instead. It appears that the party is trying to make sure that you know they're getting it right and so I would urge you know a little bit of caution in is we're looking at this as you know it was kind of a disaster. An embarrassment for the party. Yes it was. It's not what they expected to have happened. But in terms of actual votes being manipulated or actual votes. What's going out to the public That were Aronie issue. No that did not happen and importantly the party. The Democratic Party in Iowa has confirmed that there was no security breach or anything like that you know. I think what we can say is that the party has said that they have not seen signs. There was any kind of security breach. Hack it's very difficult to make that determination I would. I'd say what it does appear in. What they have pointed out is that there was a bug in the software for the APP that resulted in problems? And so You know I think what's going to kind looking forward. There's going to be a lot of questions about. WAS THIS APP properly. Tested that have enough review from people who are qualified security researchers or people who do this for a living thing you know and so those are all of the questions that were kind of digging into right now is how did this happen and You know how can you prevent from happening in the future. Yeah certainly a lot. The questions coming out of this and what happened last night is also raising questions about Iowa's role in kicking off the nation's nominating contests and fair to say questions about faith faith in the system. I think that's right. I think you know when voters see this where they see you know irregularities and problems you know that that's going to undermine their faith and so already you have a Democratic Party right now where a large part of it is very suspect of establishment candidates. Very suspect of the DNC and you have a lot of supporters of Bernie Bernie Sanders some of Elizabeth Warren. As well who say that you know this is a Democratic Party needs to be shaken up. And I think that this further you know reinforces some of the our thoughts that You know their suspicion with the voting system. There's suspicion with the Democratic Party and the process. And you know anytime that you have something like this whether it is eh appears so you know right now to be a situation where it's either incompetence or You know mistakes were made and not something where there's a grand conspiracy see. It is going to undermine people's faith in it and that's where in the in the vacuum of information that we've had over the last little while that's why you've seen that kind of bubble up on social media and looking ahead Nevada has now said it will not use the APP that was used last night in Iowa for its caucus which are coming up later this month. Yeah that's right and I think that they basically didn't want to be Iowa you know they saw what happened last night and said you know maybe we should go back to the system that we've used before I also also think that what you'll see from states going forward is that ahead of Iowa's caucuses. They were talking about you. Know setting expectations very high saying that results. We're GONNA come out very quickly quickly saying that. They had instituted all of these kinds of you know a new APP and things like that And that set people up to be expecting things to come out last night. I think you might see other other states. Say you know we're GonNa take our time and you'RE GONNA get results after we verified them And try to set a little lower bar that way people are not you know basically writing on very very high expectations and then very disappointed whenever they don't see results almost immediately president trump of course did criticize the process calling what happened a quote unmitigated Disaster Democrats have also faced calls for greater transparency. Where does this leave us? You know it's really hard to tell because of the way the news cycle goes right now. Everything is so fast paced. And I I think you know one of the things that The candidates hurt the candidates because they kind of missed their window here. We're now going to have a state of the Union we're GonNa have pretty much assured acquittal in the trial and so you know and then all the candidates are looking at New Hampshire and so you know the news cycle is already kind of moving on and so you know whether or not this will have some kind of lasting impact. I'm Allenby something that turns into talking point that Republicans see that they can use it against Democrats or you know whether or not Democrats will look at this and say you know. This was a warning shot. We really need to get things in order in terms of our infrastructure around different caucuses. And maybe we need to rethink Iowa. I think that time will tell right now. It seems very fresh but just given the way that the news news cycle goes You know we'll see if we're talking about this in three weeks and we of course here at the Wall Street Journal. We'll continue to follow that Wall Street Journal reporter Chad Day joining me from Washington. Thank you so much for having me
Bernie Sanders endorses Georgette Gómez in race for the 53rd Congressional District
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Democratic debate revives clashes over 'Medicare for All'
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"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Carlene I'm hearing McNamara eight six six nine the right I coming up following the the top of the hour more your calls and comments today about so we're story Bernie Bernie Sanders talking about the fact that housing is right and we'll hear from Devin newness represent Devon Nunez who was asked to comment yesterday on the latest Ukrainian allegations and somebody who has followed the Russian allegations and talks about the similarities about well it's always the same. damn right some of the things that we that we have said you know an accusation is is is is made it's a general at allegation nobody can tell you specifically what it is and then it starts crumbling as you find out more about it yeah as the days goes on days go on yeah it's some again eight it did it begs the question why do they keep jumping on to these stories. you know it seems. it's just been a fruitless effort the whole time you would you would think after the whole collusion thing I mean look at how much they invested in that. look at how much went into that effort. and what a big zero nothing it was. and we we know what. we knew it. what there was a lot of energy I mean by the media. carrying that for two. years yeah. that's pretty amazing you would think that alone would say okay you know what let's let's hit the brakes here. you know we may not like the guy. but. it's just the one guy that let the Democrats defeat him next November or or not. he won let's move on but they just can't get past that no they can't they really can't. is there really still struggling with November twenty sixteen and this isn't even the Democrats this is a media. yeah..
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And rob we start with the old man Bernie Bernie Sanders the crypt keeper himself tweet over the weekend quote cash bail must be abolished we should not have hundreds of thousands of people in jail simply because they could not afford bail you think Bernie understands a what bail is and be why it exists I think he understands what it is if that second party might be a little up in the air on see the premise of bail is you have to have a reason to come back to court and if you just let everybody out why would they ever come back similar to the immigration situation when you just let people in and say alright now promise you're gonna make this court hearing okay I struggle hammer with whether he's really that stupid because I've seen Bernie Sanders any might actually be that stupid or this is just political pandering lesson we live in a nation right now were prison reform is a hot topic and look I'm on the side of if you've been busted with read it shouldn't ruin your life you know we should mean that you're locked up for a long way if you've got a do you why and nobody else was harmed I don't think that should ruin your life now maybe it's a hit on your driver's license maybe you don't drive for a little while but you should be locked away for there's no other victims involved however when you look at the guy that shot everybody up in Philadelphia the officers that guy had a handful of violent felonies that guy needs to have bail involved and you know what honestly maybe at this point we need to start having tougher sentencing for repeat offenders and you know me hammer I'm on for weed legalization I think it's a victimless crime but if you're if you did something where the bail is so high the cash bail is prohibitive for you there's a good chance I don't want you on the street prison reform is one thing but you have to have some accountability for breaking the law I mean if you can't afford to pay the bail then maybe you should not have done the crime well we now go to a legal expert Jim Carrey you can't afford the bail don't rob the store you can't afford the bail don't assault somebody it's that simple if you have a do you why are charged with the do you why your cash bail is not prohibited from you getting out you have to do some pretty heinous things or be a multiple multiple offender to have a bail so high were cash bail is prohibitive for checking in with the twenty twenty candidates Beto trying to keep his campaign alive by speaking to a rowdy crowd of about a hundred and fifty to two hundred and some bar articulate and debate plan the heads.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Bernie. Bernie sanders. Let's go to cut seven Mr. producer go today on the four hundred anniversary. Bursary that we're proud of. But an anniversary of the first Africans. Bring bring being brought to this country and slavery. The average black family now has one tenth the wealth of the average by family the truth is I don't know what these pistons main. I don't I don't know what he's. What he's talking about. Neither do you. There are people who have an ancestry in this country that go goes way back and then there are people who just arrived in this country. Also, quite poor. I don't know what we're talking about here. Seriously. Are we talking about people who've been here for one hundred and fifty years their ancestry their bloodline? We're talking about people who came here three months ago. What are we talking about? But this isn't what we should be talking about at all. What we should be talking about is. How do we improve the lot of all individuals in country? The cities are run by leftist Democrats, virtually every major metropolitan area. It's not working. We've had a new deal. Great society a square deal fair deal. We've had Obama we've had all this stuff. It's not doing what they said. It would do. When's the last time we fully embraced capitalism of this country really during the industrial revolution. And what did it do? We'll look around you, even though the progressives who write our history, the progressives who spew the news. Attack the industrial revolution talk about a handful of Robert barons. Those so-called robber barons created what Marx would call the middle class in the United States. Assembly lines, the blue collar worker. And they improved the lifestyle virtually all Americans in the long run. Didn't they? Many of the convenience luxury. You enjoy today came out of the industrial revolution was the greatest growth.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Shortcut. So we'll see how he does get a lot of people running. But only one person's going to win. I hope you know, who that person is for by everybody. By everybody out of my office. I gotta get back to work. I gotta get back to work. I think he wants to face Bernie Bernie Sanders that would be his choice. Yeah. I think you're I think so I think so gosh, that'd be fun to watch. Well, you know what let's sit back twelve minutes past eight o'clock. Let's make that thirteen minutes past eight o'clock right now in case if oh couple of the other stories that we're looking at we'll get into because you wanna talk about these first of all we'll get back into the sugary drink tax. This is where they're going Sacramento. It's just all about control. And I know so many of our listeners what a pop off. Plus we throw this out earlier, but there's a time right now in this eight o'clock hour for you to jump in on it. And that is the little gal from Alabama. Little Muslim gal from Alabama decides that she's going to she's going to not just support ISIS, but she's going to go over there fight with them. And she becomes what are their chief propaganda? Well, she did it at a time when this is five years ago when the caliphate was huge under Obama, they were gaining ground. Didn't look like we wanted to do anything about them except allow them to grow. Then you get this new sheriff in town who says, no, no, no, no, no, no rules of engagement change. You guys you're going to go out there and decimate them, and we have now they're down to one little sliver of territory in Syria. And she sees that her days are numbered. So what does she want to do? She wants to come home. She wants to come home. So what do you think we should do with this little lady? We'll talk about that as well here on the case for morning show, four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred that's our number. All right here we go traffic.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KTOK
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"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KGO 810
"Francisco based chiropractor. He's got an incredible website called condition health news that matters. And he's been taking a look at a rationale for a single payer healthcare system. Dr. Thanks very much for joining us today. Good to speak with you, Michael. So let's I guess we need to begin with a confusing state of where we are today. Obamacare may or may not be on its way out certainly been major changes to it. It's a complicated program to begin with have. I stated at right. It is complicated. And one of the things that I'd like to say is that I wish that people would stop calling me at ObamaCare. You would you call it the ACA deportable character? I call it Trumpcare at this point. Because at this point what's going on is that they're tinkering with it. The Republicans are doing their best to undermine its with lots of different strategies and. Let's call. What is split stick with the ACA? But at any rate. In my view was a step that was necessary that Obama's hook in order to move us along moving towards a system where there is universal coverage. The problem with the which is really a problem that is. Is is really with all of health insurance. The cost of healthcare is increasing at a pace Wadey on the the the rate of inflation and has been years. It's been doing that before before you ata, and it continues to do. So so we're we're in a state extremely people's healthcare is very precarious and middle-class people especially finding that it's almost impossible to to afford healthcare. And so everyone knows that the system is not sustainable something needs to be done about it. And where we are right now is you've got Republicans on one side trying to dismantle it. And then you've got the Democrats people on the other side that are trying to come up with an alternative in one of the one of the rallying cries that sort of been led by by Bernie Bernie Sanders is Medicare fault. So where all this is going to land that's unclear but the the division lines are are clearer and clearer. So you've been taking a look at the idea of Medicare for all and can't at work. And should we want it or not? So what have you found? Well, in my opinion. A single payer system is a very good goal for us to have. However, the transition from what we have right now to a single payer, which is really what Medicare for all is. Right. I think would be too too radical to unsettling for the overall healthcare citizens and our economic system as well. I mean, if you think what how central the insurance industry is to the economy to just suddenly say, okay, we're now going to everybody. Signed up for Medicare pay your taxes and the rest of the insurance industry can go away. I think that's that's unreasonable from an economic standpoint. But also from a cultural standpoint. Americans want sources, they liked choose and say, okay. This is what you're going to have. I think would not sit well with the American public at large. And so I think that's the step to take towards single payer would be what people call the public option, then the public option is giving people the the.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"So it's going to be it's going to be chaos, which I think is what's going on. Now. You can go to Bernie Sanders Bernie Bernie Sanders. Where? The rally rally Trump rally or whatever the case, right or left both extremes. And you're gonna find people in the crowded randomly interview. And you're gonna have some stupid people that you're going to interview the case. Yeah. Okay. So I agree with you that you can if you've got a rally with a thousand people, you can find people who don't know anything no matter what the rallies for and you can make them look, really bad. The only thing I would disagree with you about is that I don't know what extreme ideas Bernie's presenting at the rally. I'm sure you can find people at the rallies who have some extreme ideas. But most of Bernie's ideas are like totally mainstream northern Europe. Right. No, no, no. I wasn't associate his idea. I'm just saying, okay. Extreme far extreme station just just left and right opposite ends of the spectrum. And and like the you'll you'll see people like you said that are uninformed. And I think that's that's the issue. Now is there's so much misinformation. And it's why I'm grateful for people like yourself who are who are honest in their. Reporting and honest, and they're delivered a message because I really think you're you try to be objective. I don't think you try to do a lot of clip bait. I don't think you try to do anything dishonest. I think you try to really give people an honest. Calculation of the events as you sit. And exactly yeah. It's what I call. I just I come at in good faith. So like you can disagree with my conclusions. Or you could tell me my priorities are wrong or you can tell me that. I just don't understand an issue, but I'm not deliberately distorting the facts on which base my opinion. Like, we let's debate whether I'm coming to the right conclusions or not, but I'm not arguing in bad faith, which unfortunately, a lot of people do because in a way, they have no choice, if you're defending the indefensible, you kind of have no choice, but to argue in bad faith, and that's that's one of one of my big. If anybody wants to. Kind of present themselves as a rational thinker, one of one of your tools is exactly that just being honest with yourself and not and not doing your best not to live inside of the echo chamber that you create because nobody there's nobody mandating you follow any anybody or anything that you follow like, so you have to you have to cognitively seek out things that you disagree with and see if it still fits your narrative or your if you're comfortable in that world view, one of the best things you can do is just say, okay. Here's my opinion about this issue. What is the best argument against it was the best possible argument? Not that I believe it. But like what what are you could someone come up with that would be the most dangerous to what I now believe and then figure out if you can argue against that best position..
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"So we have this, you know, it's like now considered a deep red Republican state, but even eight years ago and in two thousand ten, it was a very blue state for ever. I mean for centuries literally, it was the democratic politics were were the standard in West Virginia in. In fact, even still we have twenty five thousand more registered Democrats in the West Virginia I district than we have Republicans. So it's not actually so much a Republican district or Republican state as much as it's a state that's really tired of status quo politics. And there was a sense of, you know, we're done with and Democrats were in control for years, and I am a democrat, but I see the flaws of what was happening in our particularly our state government where people are really, really struggling and felt like we're not getting anything done that we want. We need to change. And so this, I think that the change in in twenty ten in congress from from democrat to Republican and the state legislature switching over to is not so much necessarily people being drawn to being Republicans and. West Virginia. It's people rejecting what they saw as the status quo. So it's it is our plus nineteen in my district, but I don't think that's a very good indication of how people will vote this time and you can actually see that all fifty five counties in West Virginia voted for Bernie Bernie Sanders in the primary in two thousand sixteen. And in fact, he outperformed Trump in three counties in my district, you know, not head-to-head, obviously, but each of them in their own primaries, Bernie Sanders outperformed Trump in in several places in West Virginia. So I think we're kind of misunderstood and some ways. Of issues that the people in the district are really concerned with. What are you hearing is you're talking to people. One of the most difficult things that we're facing right now is we have an opioid addiction crisis that results in twice as many overdose deaths as any other state in the country. And so we're hard hit like a lot of rural states particularly when it comes to drug addiction, but it's not just that we have a drug addiction challenge. It's that people are dying at much higher numbers here, which, you know there are lots of reasons perhaps for that. But I think one of the main reasons is that our communities are struggling so mightily that there's not a lot of engagement or connection in those communities for people anymore. There aren't jobs, people are moving away. The infrastructure is literally crumbling in the state. And so there's a lot of physical and meant through mental pain that's happening in West Virginia. And I think that is contributing to the high overdose death rate that we have, but it's a bigger problem actually. I mean, it's it's a problem. It's manifesting in. In this drug addiction crisis. But I think it's a longer term problem that our communities are just really struggling right now. What are some more issues the people are talking about. I know that this sort of ties into the opioid epidemic, but healthcare is a really big issue for a lot of people in the country right now. Wondering if you could talk a little bit about sort of what the things are that people are struggling with in terms of health care, other than the opioid epidemic is premiums is access. You know, it's everything. The challenge in rural state like West Virginia is access always. I mean, people live in in faraway places and tucked up into little hollers and it's not easy for people to get to the doctor, but really are, you know? So many of our struggles in West Virginia are related to healthcare because so many people in West Virginia work in jobs that do not provide healthcare and and people work hard jobs here..
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"The socialist i agree i totally agree thank you for that i agree with the points and absolutely leadership is you're right it to me rooted in an ideology and the right ideology because there is truth right and then there's the skewing of truth and and so you know i was thinking about leadership qualities and i was kind of thinking about what makes a leader a leader but i'll take this caller real quick i call her welcome to the show real quick response hi i just have a quick points make i think a lot of with bernie bernie sanders the millennial he came off as everybody's yeah energetic jeffrey medicare i think about thank you life really easy yeah for sure thank you appreciate that yeah you're right because i was asking the question why are you why do the youth get sold on the government distributing equality ouch okay so so if if the youth are led by bernie how then how can we lead the youth and what's gonna make them gravitate toward a message about the constitution about the importance of the ideology behind our constitution what george washington vehemently fought for in was and wanted people to understand the reason that he was unanimously voted in as president and then again for a second term why does he got it and people gravitated toward that at the time so how far off have we gotten and how did we get there if the youth today will gravitate toward a bernie sanders message when i know that when you hear truth you can recognize it it's just that it's really easy to hear a message about how easy your life will be and how much you're promise without having to work for that's a really easy message it's.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"You waited too they had an issue that matter to you so when it came about guns and it matter to you then you want to go talk to kill a mike then you wanna hear what he has to say then you wanna read tweet him then you want to praise him he has been doing this for years but he's a rapper so you don't wanna talk to he's he's thuggish so you ain't got nothing to say to him he don't come in your suit intact so you let this man a brilliant men that is based on economics entrepreneurial ship rebuilding a black structure to own economics and protecting with our gun rights holding all of our constitutional rights as not just the second amendment that he holds a high regard he owes a first amendment of how regard he also fourth amendment that how regard so it's not just it's it's everything conservatives them is supposed to be you would ignore him ostracize him that him become a bernie bernie sanders porter tendencies dole land with democratic socialism they land out what conservatism but you don't want that though right is very simple concept to follow i mean if conservatives are always saying about how our neighborhoods research violent shit holes all these things he wants to be able to carry his gun throughout sid violent shithole and build it in the process like which also falls in the line of the bootstrap argument rebuilding on our own without their help but not likely going to happen anyway nobody wants to talk i said that i said it's happy with without you you better you better understand that people share the same print which is the reason why i point them.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Ten years i think within about ten years we're going to have pretty much the same healthcare system miss candida germany and all of these other socialized medicine countries as i sat there day and i watch senator bernie sanders and reminded myself right what is bernie what is bernie bernie such as the funny fao guy with with uh with crazy hair uncle bernie bernie sanders is a socialist and we say that as if there are some big difference between being a socialist and communist that's who bernie years bernie's the communist bernie sanders a united states senator who if if if the democrats and screwed with them if the democrats had rigged the game for her for hillary bernie would have been the democrat nominee and out in out socialist an out and out communist if the democrats had played fair like the republicans played fair with very nomination process but you know you remember the democrats rigged the game they rigged the rules they rigged the delegates to make sure that she got the nomination but if the democrats hadn't done that bernie sanders in avowed socialist a communist would have been the democrat nominee for president of the united states of america a country founded upon freedom and very very very very very limited government isn't that something two hundred thirty some years we went from that to heaven just about sugar a water a socialist as a as a as one of the nominees for president and again i don't wanna bring you too far down but if it's bernie sanders against donald trump last year i don't know who wins that me hillary socked hillary was the most unlikely will kim that we've ever had nobody likes hilary bill doesn't like hillary nobody likes hillary if it's bernie against trump i don't know who wins let's him scary stuff right there but i'm watching bernie sanders today present his planned today his bill again today four single payer government run health care poet the government in charge of all of our healthcare there's bernie tit day putting it out there today i'm thinking to myself it's almost tier it's almost here hell we got obamacare seven years ago what is obamacare obamacare's one giant step toward government run health care for everybody wore almost here i think were ten years away from having government run healthcare from having socialized medicine remember bernie sanders two years ago introduced his bill for socialized medicine single payer.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"The epa goal but later you were quoted in one interview about your book as saying quote i found no instances that the party rigged the process and i wanted to make sure bernie bernie sanders and his support understood that uh regardless of whether hillary clinton won fairly and squarely as you say is she did that but it does appear that just by virtue of the clinton campaign bailing out the democratic national committee more about which in a moment that they bought in exchange for that uh pretty much uh carte blanche to to run the process and and certainly the appearance if not the substance is certainly would indicate a certain amount of rigging or at least an attempted rigging gamay no one who stepped down as cochair the rules and by laws and committee back and 1999 when i became campaign manager foul gore i have a pretty good idea how the primary process work remember uh this was not my first uh uh uh my running the party all knowing that a little bit about campaigns what i sound and in terms of the division said they took over the or the department a one in in in in particular research but there was no research uh what so ever done on bernie sanders i found nothing uh in the files all the data or any of the other materials that was not corrupted by the russian hacking that indicated that day uh the staff had any role whatsoever and determining the primary process or counting votes and so i found no evidence that that and that's why i reported to bernie i found the cancer but i won't kill the patient the patient of course was the party to we're the democratic national committee and wow i applaud secretary clinton uh and others who help us get out at a tremendous amount of debt that we were under after the two thousand fourteen midterm election i still believe that that agreement that was me between the staff of the dnc in the staff of the clinton campaign went beyond the pale and they prevented me from doing my job is chair magic we have a job with drew i mean the name did you i mean it it seems as though from your book acts that the that almost anything you've tried.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You see how important this you can't gang up and just assume their all true i don't care who it is i can tell you that in louise see case case it's more believable than roy moore's based on what louise c k professes to be in what roy more professes to be how louis k has spent his life and work and how roy moore has how louise decay was silent or more and more immediately says this is true and by the way it's not even consistent with perversion gene most people aren't going around legal souls as kissing bandits of kids but sexual debauchery in hollywood and the entertainment industry very consistent harass uh very consistent you have a casting couch to get a job in movies not to get on a jury pool but look how quit bernie is throwing them under the bus let me tell you something i think bernie bernie sanders reaction is as outrageous uh uh as the cassation but he's a socialist so it shouldn't surprise you however unfortunately when we go to cut two you'll get a republican senator david perdue cut to well it's early we don't know all the facts obviously but thai that these allegations are very serious and hip their true then in my opinion he should step down in which all from the race well let's see what happens on the facts and and and how a judge more reacts to it tom i haven't seen that yet but yeah that's one of the possibilities that is being talked about right now is that uh senator strange would step in impotence do that in we did see that in alaska of this last time so it's not impossible well actually i think it is because we're past the point of right ends i mean you buy right in would basically just give the race to a democrat split the vote you can't take him and replace them off the ballot it's too late so what you have is what i think a political attack and i think they revealed that it stinks his bad on both sides republicans want their establishment candidate and they don't care whose life they ruined to get it and democrats certainly want their democrat candidate or they'd rather the establishment candidate and they don't care who they.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And by the way it's not even consistent with perversion most people aren't going around legal circles as kissing bandits of kids but sexual debauchery in hollywood and the entertainment industry vague consistent harassment very consistent you have a casting couch to get a job in movies not to get on a jury pool but look how quickly bernie is throwing them under the bus let me tell you something i think bernie bernie sanders reaction is as outrageous the accusation but he's a socialist so it shouldn't surprise you however unfortunately when we go to cut two you get a republican senator david perdue cut to well it's early we don't know all the facts obviously but they use these allegations are very serious and if they are true then in my opinion he should step down and withdraw from the race well let's see what happens on the facts and and how a judge more reacts to it tom i haven't seen that yet but yeah that's one of the possibilities that is being talked about right now is that uh center strange would step in and potentially do that as a right and we did see that in alaska of this last time so it's not impossible well actually i think it is because we're past the point of right ends i mean you've are right in would basically just give the race to a democrat and split the vote uh you can't take them and replace them off the ballot it's too late so what you have is what i think a political attack and political reactions and i think they revealed that it stinks his bad on both sides republicans want their establishment candidate and they don't care whose life they ruined to get it and democrats certainly want their democrat candidate or they'd rather the establishment candidate and they don't care who they ruin look at his statement well it's early then shut up i'm getting paid to fill in for dr savage so i have to but if you walked up to me in real life and said well you think a roy more i think he's been a courageous judge i think he was seen and i think he's got a great chance of winning a senate race no no no what do you think of these allegations while i wasn't there are nineteen 75 i have no way of knowing.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Ruth bader ginsburg with a new book on her exercise unbelievable i love ours i love her i've known her since she first started emerging on the scene and she is unreal she lifts weights i know it oh i doubt gallon to apple please i said i opened my free to get the ice cream that's my main arm exercise let me ask you about bernie bernie sanders not even a real democrat and there were a lot of moments when we thought okay he's okay he was going to be all right with you but he stills dividing the party and do you think the party can unite if he continues to go its own way well as you rightly said it's not a democrat that's not a clam on on that play peasant round i you know i did him in a landslide in the democratic primary i was very pleased by that uh he took a long time to really uh endured may i'm like what i did when i had a really great for akko bomb amah and immediately endorsed and worked for me out now i don't know what he is i don't know what his rail now objectives are obviously he is most likely going to run again uh but i think the democrats need to be very clear where we stand and what we would do and if you want they whatever he says let him do it but i think you know that that means that democrats have to be as passionate about what we wanna do will they let me ask you to instruct bernie will probably wanna run again most of the people who we are thinking of download the party's talking about will be well in their seventies by two thousand twenty warren and bernie and biden and.
"bernie bernie sanders" Discussed on WGTK
"That in all of this gun control we're combat that we must fight tooth and nail we much fight you nail but told me just gonna go round it he's gonna go round with grant and you know what that grand looks like he just go right around it and it just freedom and so i like it made me think of that because when i hear you all paul it goes back the conversation united mark that right now right now a gun registry right now because call it as we go through a background check by retail they've obviously key they're obviously keeping the database though sales because after a shooting they'll come out how how did they come out and tell us that all four gone in the antioch church shooting words were purchased legally be a background check how could they do that unless they have a less than we can't we so dumb that we don't realize as analysts say the delay is already there the database is already being built and any tweet gift right here will turn into a mile of gun registration pwr when a move quickly to one more topic with you to cover a a headline that you rub because i'm looking at the photo in you have a photo of nancy pelosi that is one of the most frightening which i've ever seen it is absolutely offer of you ever want to know a reason not to vote for a dopey liberal this is it check it nancy pelosi we must defeat suppressor deregulation because an angry progressive shot steve's louise you've got about thirty seconds go for it what do you think the bernie bernie sanders supporters shot republican because he was my republicans he opened fire on them with beyond that he acquired legally be your background checks and so what is she did he didn't have a suppressor you have all of.