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What You Get With Democrats in Power

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

What You Get With Democrats in Power

"Give Democrats unfettered control with no obstacles and this is what you get You get massive amounts of illegal immigration You get an exploding drug crisis fentanyl killing our kids sanctuary cities all over the country exploding inflation and international crisis due to poor leadership I'm not again I'm not sitting here telling you that Republicans are going to be some you know Athenian godlike figures that are going to come in tomorrow and boom and snap their fingers and fix all these problems Unfortunately we got slubs on our side too The difference is the slums on our side have an emergency break And you know what that emergency break is Awesome Us Because we're the ones in primaries that get to pick these people and they're afraid of us Ladies and gentlemen you can't have it both ways okay There are people I'm not voting for the Republicans They don't do anything Yeah a lot of them don't point stipulated you win But some of them do And you can't say oh AOC and Cori Bush and the squad they control the Democrat party and control Biden and did all these bad things to me Yeah you know we can do the same thing folks Except AOC and Cori Bush and the squad and Bernie Sanders right Their ideas are destructive And our idea is actually work We can do the same thing If the power of numbers and the power of crowds works for the Democrats we're a small minority the Democrat party has pulled the Democrats to the far left and then made it an actual majority over time that why can't we do the same thing for conservatism Again I'm just asking questions about trying to be a smart ass

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Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"This Saturday. Young Pierre says that shippers need assurance ahead of next Friday's strike deadline. This morning Washington Post live anchor Lee Ann Caldwell with her take. And the fact that President Biden wanted Congress to enforce this so called tentative agreement from late this summer, despite some of the unions wanting more, wanting paid sick days. It was a big blow to some of the unions and brought a lot of consternation among some Democrats, but Biden and speaker Pelosi realized and factored in the impact on the economy and they sent a message. We support paid sick days. We hope you keep working toward this, but for the time being, you guys have to come to an agreement and not let this strike go through. Any trouble expected in the Senate The Senate is supposed to take up this legislation as soon as possible. They want to pass this as soon as possible as much time before December 9th, but there's still a lot of negotiating going on. There has been no plan that has been released in the Senate. And when that happens, that means they are still working through all of their members to determine where everyone stands and to see if it would in fact pass. So there's still a lot of work to do. Senator Bernie Sanders says that he will block it unless he gets a vote on paid sick leave. So we'll see. There's a lot of negotiations happening behind the scenes right now. When you look at the fact that Congress has to intervene in matters like this, does it tell us something bigger about the state of the American worker or unions or anything like that? So I think that it doesn't only because Congress is intervened 18 times in the past 60 or 70 years to ensure that a rail strike does not happen. And a law was passed in the 1920s because so many rail strikes were happening and unions and rail companies couldn't agree. And so there was major disruption to the economy back then. And that's why the law was passed to enable Congress to intervene to prevent that. And so this is actually something that has been happening for many, many decades. And so right now we're just

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'My Son Hunter' Is Not a 'Red Meat' Conservative Film

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | Last month

'My Son Hunter' Is Not a 'Red Meat' Conservative Film

"There's something going on in America. It's taken us a long time for people with conservative traditional values. People who care about truth, beginning to get involved in the media to make films that are not just our version of propaganda because the left is doing that all day long. But that's real art. And when I interviewed Lawrence Fox who stars as the autonomous, I want to use that word hunter, my son hunter. Isn't that a Greek word, eponymous? Eponymous wall words are Greek alternately, including the word word. No, that's not true. Word is probably Anglo Saxon. But the fact is that to tell a story truly so that it doesn't become just, you know, conservatives will go see it because it's kind of, you know, it's our film or Christians. We'll go see it because it's a Christian but no, this is art. You are telling the story from the inside. It's multi dimensional. And this is the key to winning over those in the middle because there's so many in the middle that they will not go see a red meat conservative film that's airing here or here or here. They won't even hear about it. This is a film that I think everybody could see. And so I want to thank you for bringing your careers worth of experience to bear on the script and on shaping this and on directing it because it's important that we step up our game and telling the stories. Absolutely. And I'm proud to say that I have friends of mine that Bernie Sanders supporters say. And they saw the film and they texted me the impressions of it, which were highly positive and complimentary. Not what they expected. And it was so interesting to see that and that's exactly my frustration with the conservative filmmaking and conservatives when they deal with culture sometimes. It's not, it's not taking an overall. Over pressing a cliche.

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The Left Media Never Cared About Violent Attacks on Conservatives

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | Last month

The Left Media Never Cared About Violent Attacks on Conservatives

"The past several months now. We have been bringing you stories of conservatives of Republicans, pro lifers who have literally been under assault. So we've been telling you about the church as well over a hundred churches that have been firebombed and vandalized in the aftermath of the roe V wade decision. We've been telling you stories about the pro life lady who was shot in her arm, the elderly woman. We told you about the teenager in the dakotas, who was literally killed. He was run down in the streets because of his conservative beliefs, and none of these stories have made national news headlines. None of these stories have generated outrage in the mainstream media. None of these stories has caused the Democrats to rise up and denounce the violence within their midst. Not once, has that happened. Not once. Going back to senator Rand Paul, who was nearly beaten to death in his yard. Senator Paul, who is still suffering medical issues as a result of that beating and yet he was mocked and ridiculed and quite frankly his attacker was celebrated. Celebrated for nearly beating a Republican lawmaker to death. Then we look at what happened with congressman Steve scalise and what quite frankly could have been a massacre. When a Bernie Sanders supporter opened fire at the baseball practice, that was that featured a number of Republican lawmakers. Congressman Steve scalise nearly lost his life. He was gunned down. Others were gunned down as well. It could have been a massacre. And yet that story did not generate massive outrage.

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NY Times: Biden Tried For a Secret Oil Deal With the Saudis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

NY Times: Biden Tried For a Secret Oil Deal With the Saudis

"Was talking about this New York Times story Shocking New York Times story that's actual journalism no no not really kinda sort of But New York Times story exposing this secret deal Joe Biden sacrificing our national security posture for an election year mid right before the midterm deal to get the Saudis to pump more oil to help him lower the price of oil before the election and then the Saudis were free to do whatever they want even a cut production afterwards Now if that sounds to you like a sleazeball slime bag deal well yeah that's the kind of thing Joe Biden and hunter do I mean his kids on tape smoking crack knocking boots with hookers and stuff like that You think all of a sudden like oh no we can't do a deal with the Saudis for oil to alter an election result Come on Pretending this guy is any dignity Is your first mistake if you believe any of that Let me disabuse you with that notion immediately So the times exposed this secret deal with the Saudis it fell apart The Saudis were supposed to produce and start pumping more oil to help Biden get through the election even though he's attacking oil workers here and costing you your jobs Him and fetterman and others attacking the entire oil and gas industry which provides high quality good decent paying blue collar American jobs White collar jobs too They don't want that They hate that They believe in combating cow farting Green New Deal future alignment with AOC Bernie Sanders and Pocahontas So they got caught They got caught trying to cut a deal The New York Times caught them Now let me be clear about why this happened The New York Times isn't doing this because they're even remotely interested in doing actual journalism They're doing this because what's about to happen in 12 days I'm going to make a prediction here and I hate predictions But it's a big kind of high level one It's not granular I think what's going to happen in 12 days in these midterm elections is going to be absolutely brutal for the Democrats

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John Zmirak: We Have to Copy Democrat Tactics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last month

John Zmirak: We Have to Copy Democrat Tactics

"When we're talking about people like McConnell and McCarthy, I mean, again, I'm not impressed by McCarthy, you know, that's putting it mildly. But I think the question is how do those who understand we're facing evil? What do they do about it? I mean, you've got so many, how did the Democrats extremist control the party? I'll tell you how. They make it clear they're not going to play ball. They're going to tear the house down, like Samson. They're going to tear down the temple unless they get what they want. So the democratic moderates go, well, I don't feel that strongly, but okay. So we have to imitate them. So Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders, they have captured the Democratic Party. Their tactics worked. Their tactics are not intrinsically evil. We're not talking about poisoning people. They were simply intransigent. We have to be intransigent too. No. We're not going to vote for corporate tax cuts unless you build us a wall. If we had said that in 2016, guess what? We have a wall now. Instead, we have nothing. A couple of companies got some tax breaks. President Trump hired appointed a bunch of people like this on the advice of Mike Pence. Mike Pence is the guy whose fingerprints are on the likes of Nikki Haley at the UN and the masters and all the other empty suits who betrayed Trump and basically Trump was a lame duck for four years. He was not Hillary and that was great. He was not Romney, also great. But sadly, he wasn't really Trump because

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Blake Masters: The Two Faces of Mark Kelly

Mark Levin

01:30 min | Last month

Blake Masters: The Two Faces of Mark Kelly

"I mean this guy is spending a ton of money A ton of money is being poured in mostly from out of state dark money billionaires and dark money groups are pouring it into the state They're trying to protect this seat Now my sense of your opponent is he woke up about 60 days ago and realized he has a race on his hands and now all of a sudden he's tough on the border He's concerned about the price of gasoline and all the rest As he voted for every damn Joe Biden Chuck Schumer bill that comes across the table That's exactly right There's two Mark Kelly's There's campaign Kelly which is what we're seeing a lot of now He pretends to be a center right Republican All of a sudden he's been focused on the border He's concerned about inflation No no no Then there's D.C. Kelly and when Mark Kelly's in D.C. he just gives Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden whatever they want He lyrically votes to the left of Bernie Sanders So yeah look Mark Kelly's got a lot of money He runs a lot of commercials TV ads that lie about me TV ads that lie about his own record but I think people are seeing through it because Mark Kelly can lie all he wants doesn't change the fact that we've got a wide open southern border We've got crippling inflation the highest in the greater Phoenix metro in the country and officially 13% And we're seeing violent crime just rise under this democratic administration That's why people are going to be looking to make a change big time in November

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Masters Closing Gap With Kelly in Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:58 sec | Last month

Masters Closing Gap With Kelly in Senate Race

"Well, Blake, I know that your opponent who apparently was an astronaut. I may have heard that once or twice. Mark Kelly, is besides being a 96% of the time Joe Biden supporting a senator. He also had some like what was it $80 million to use against you? That's right. Well, they've spent 80 million already. As best we can tell about 30 million of that has just been attacking me lying about me trying to vilify me. The other 50 million apparently is just going to prop him up and lie about his record. You know, this guy votes just like Bernie Sanders in the United States Senate to the left of Bernie, actually. But then come election time, red campaign Kelly. He campaigns as a moderate. He's an independent, always pretending to be John McCain up there. You know, he's a rubber stamp for Joe Biden's agenda, and the only chance that Democrats have to even come close to winning this election is just to lie. They've got a lot of money to do it. I just don't think it will work out for her. Well,

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There Is One Proxy War That Charlie Can Get Behind

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last month

There Is One Proxy War That Charlie Can Get Behind

"Now there is a proxy war I could get behind. There is one proxy war I think that we conservatives should be enthusiastic about. The proxy war we should get behind is reminding the Democrat base that they used to be anti war. Like hello. You guys used to not like sending arms halfway around the world to try to escalate things towards nuclear war. Now they're all neoliberal warmongers. I was at the campus of University of Texas Austin yesterday, as I've said a couple of times. And the issue of Ukraine came up and it's amazing. Deep down, they all agree with the Tucker Carlson position with our position, which is to ask questions. Why are we giving money Ukraine? What does success look like? Why are we doing this? And I say, why is it that all your elected officials are pushing arms to Ukraine? And one of them says, oh no, no, no, they're not Bernie Sanders standing up against and said, no, he's not. I said his AOC is Rashida Tlaib's Elon Omar. They are all part of the war machine now because we stand with Ukraine. It's the only voices that are dissenting are actually on the right bizarrely enough. This is exactly why Tulsi Gabbard left the Democrat party. The Democrat, this is what there is a massive fault line. There is an internal Democrat revolt waiting to happen. And the proxy war that we should support is not the war in Ukraine, it's not the war in Yemen, the proxy war we should support is the proxy war of Democrats rising up against their elected officials and saying, hey, we sent you to not let's just say embroil us in more conflicts. The Democrat base, the infrastructure that put Barack Hussein Obama into office was an anti war movement.

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Blake Masters Destroys Mark Kelly in Arizona Senate Debate

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:34 min | Last month

Blake Masters Destroys Mark Kelly in Arizona Senate Debate

"A few weeks ago, when the federal government cut, Arizona's water allocation. 592,000 acre feet for all you water nerds out there. That's a lot of water. That the feds cut. That's our water. Guess how much California had to cut? Zero. Guess what Mark Kelly did about it? Nothing. I am tired of senator Kelly acting like the third senator from California. We need someone in there with sharp elbows who's going to fight for our water. All right. Number one, that wasn't the election. You know, a lot of people don't talk much about water in Arizona, but everybody in Arizona knows about water. That won the election. But Blake masters isn't done with him. He goes right at abortion. Cut 25. I'm pro life. And that means I believe in limits. Now, I support exceptions because I don't believe in being extreme on this issue. Senator Mark Kelly is the abortion radical. Senator Kelly, in Washington, he voted, you know, actually he sponsored. He didn't just vote for it. He sponsored a bill. That would have mandated legal abortion nationwide, get this. Up until the moment of birth. Take a second to think about how truly radical that is. Mark Kelly says any abortion is okay for any reason. All the way up until the moment a baby is due to be born. He wasn't the only radical who voted for that Bill. He was joined by Elizabeth Warren by Bernie Sanders, AOC voted for this in the house, and the only countries in the whole world that support senator Kelly's preferred, no limits, extreme abortion policy, are China and North Korea. All right,

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What Will People Vote for in 43 Days?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 2 months ago

What Will People Vote for in 43 Days?

"Thinks it'll be a big political tsunami, a big red wave. The polls are split with control of Congress hanging in the balance, registered voters do give the Republican Party the advantage on inflation, the economy and crime, Democrat candidates get the advantage on abortion and climate change. So what are people going to vote for in 43 days? That's what it boils down to. I mean, in our world and I'm the first to admit this, maybe tone deaf, I try to put myself in other people's shoes in my world if you were to actually go to the ballot box because you're revved up about climate change, wow. I gotta pray there's more of us than there are of you. And I don't say that to be dismissive. I just hope more people are concerned about the things that seem to matter to most people. Honest to goodness, think about that. Can you imagine saying, I can not wait to go vote for the Jane Fonda endorsed candidate. I want that Bernie Sanders endorsement endorsed candidate for the House or the Senate or gubernatorial. I'm worried about climate change. They're worried about climate change in Florida. Oh boy, there might be some climate change going on in Florida.

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Dr. Oz: John Fetterman's Reality Is Embarrassing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Oz: John Fetterman's Reality Is Embarrassing

"It's a Pennsylvania race in the sense Obviously on these citizens of Pennsylvania can vote But it's not I mean you could be the 51st vote on everything from immigration policy to tax policy to an extension of the Trump tax cuts I mean this is a pivotal race and the problem here is that this is in marginal differences Doc It's not like wow it's a Kirsten cinema Joe Manchin type versus that's not what's going on here You have a guide to the left of Bernie Sanders and fetterman who's never had a job in his life Running to be the U.S. senator who could be deciding U.S. national policy This is a national race Well you're into the reality of his life It's a little bit embarrassing that he would be the potential Senate candidate from the Democratic Party Forget about from the Commonwealth The Democrats didn't want them They tried to block them and they were one vote short of endorsing his opponent who was a more centrist Democrat but this guy said if you like Joe Manchin don't vote for me because I'm not working with the moderate Democrats I definitely am not working with Republicans He is AOC on steroids Bernie Sanders by the way of endorsed each other called each other the two most progressive candidates in America Once the destroy all private healthcare But I don't even talk about that Because the main issue that's come up right now is the fact that he is advocating for anyone who takes the law pretty much The fraternal order of police endorsed the unanimously because they do test them so much He went through at least one third of all prisoners from our jails He believes in legalizing all drugs and then I'm going to tell you why that's important in a second He once also by the way open borders sanctuary cities All of the predictable things He really drew mentioned was wrong to hold back Joe Biden and they should have spent recklessly billions more which would of course worsen the 40 year inflation in all of us are suffering from But in

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Ali Velshi Discusses CNN's Center-Right Swing

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Ali Velshi Discusses CNN's Center-Right Swing

"Can you explain your former network CNN? Apparently deciding to move to the right or more to the center, whatever they're calling it when it looks like we're in the midst of a blue tsunami, not a red wave, as everyone's been predicting. The intent, if the intent were to say, there are lots of viewpoints out there and we should represent them. I'm okay with that. If the intent were to say we should have better debates between people with different political views, I'm okay with that too. The problem is the election dies. The problem is the democracy, the people who are adverse to democracy. They have to have a very serious checking system on CNN to say, these people don't get equivalent airtime. You actually can't come into a democracy and decide that the very few shared values that we have are now up for debate. Because someone there's a political party in this country that has been working against some very basic things and they're doing it because they hide behind the idea that I like conservatives. I don't like the left wing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a nut and Bernie Sanders is going to put communism on us. Except one party is not talking policy at all. There is no Republican policy. They are advertising chaos. Their whole idea is we come in, we'll take the voting machines away, we'll overturn elections. We'll take rights away from people and state secretary secretaries of state. We will bring you chaos.

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Trump-Backed Anna Paulina Luna Is the GOP Primary Winner From FL-13

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Trump-Backed Anna Paulina Luna Is the GOP Primary Winner From FL-13

"Just had some elections last night and we are so honored to be able to bring on someone who not only was involved in the election, but actually one per election down. It was part of 13 district. This is Anna paulina Luna herself and alumnus of turning point USA and thank you so much for joining us today. So happy to be back, Jack. So tell me, what do you attribute your victory to? And this is Chris old district. Is that right? Yeah, it's been redistricted. So we are now in an open Republican seat, the rating is an arc of 7. But really, I think that I attribute this to hard work and the grassroots. You know, a lot of people, when they get involved in politics, they don't want to do the door knocking and by the end of this election, my team of about four people and myself had knocked over 14,000 doors, we made over 38,000 phone calls. And when you see the amount of money that they poured into, they spent about two point something $1 million. And these attack ads, they were vicious. I mean, you want to talk about clipping segments. By the end of the race, they were saying that I was a far left Bernie Sanders supporter, which is totally crazy. But nonetheless, you know, we were able to directly interact with voters and really brought home the win, but it was a brutal race. It was probably one of the nastiest races in the country from what a lot of people were saying and we made it through by over ten points.

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Liz Cheney for President?

The Trish Regan Show

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Liz Cheney for President?

"To Liz Cheney. So Liz Cheney is saying, okay, she might consider this whatever she does. She certainly wants to make sure that she is able to defeat Donald Trump in 2024. However, that may be, it's going to be tough. At least in terms of the Republican primary, because I think that's probably a layup for him. That said, you know, if he's running against Joe Biden, I don't know, I mean, we'll see. I think Donald Trump in all honesty is going to have his challenges before him for just a host of reasons a variety of reasons. He's not popular with independence and I'm a big believer that you got to get the independent. You've got to get the independence in order to win on a national stage. Could she get the independence? No, I don't think so. I don't think she can get them because I think that her conservative values actually won't mesh enough with a lot of independent values. So she's kind of in no man's land. He's got the base and we're setting ourselves up as a country for what could be a real splintering of the Republican Party. Heck, maybe we'll get three parties out of this. Maybe we should get more. You know what? Bernie Sanders deserves his place in the sun too, right? Maybe we just need more parties. Maybe that's the answer to it, because this system is obviously so messed up. And

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Charlie Welcomes Dave Bahnsen to Discuss the 'Inflation Reduction Act'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Welcomes Dave Bahnsen to Discuss the 'Inflation Reduction Act'

"Inflation reduction act, the hiring of 87,000 new IRS agents, it didn't really get a lot of coverage. Joe Biden signed it into law yesterday. With us right now is someone who I really respect, and he's an expert of all things economics. David bonson is the founder and partner and chief investment officer of the bonson group and author of the book. There's no free lunch 250 economic truths and he just launched a free online video series economics one O one at von San dot com. Dave, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me, Charlie. So Dave, tell us about the inflation reduction act. Will it reduce inflation or is this another orwellian curveball thrown by our politicians? Yeah, it's a good thing the bill doesn't have anything about false advertising because this is really as Bernie Sanders said. Absurd to call it an inflation reduction act. I'm not one who thinks there's a whole lot it's going to be doing to make the inflation worse because it really almost does nothing at all except for ad IRS agents. It's much more of an orwellian bill than it is economic. Even the climate issues, there is about 304 100 billion of corporate welfare to green energy companies, but Manchin to get his vote also agreed for more permanent approvals for oil and gas companies. So even the greenies in the Democratic Party proved to be a cheap date. It's really a disaster of a bill and the IRS agent issue is the primary thing stayed in it.

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Republicans Have Decency, Unlike Democrats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Republicans Have Decency, Unlike Democrats

"Trying to weaponize what this guy in Cincinnati did yesterday is the same as saying, all right, a Bernie Sanders Democrat tried to assassinate a bunch of Republican congressmen so you Democrats are never allowed to criticize a Republican again. You can't say another thing about Republicans because you guys are capable of murdering Republican congressman. We didn't do that. We wouldn't do that. That's because we're normal. That's because we've got some decency. And they don't. That's the difference between us and them. We didn't blame Bernie Sanders for the guy who wanted to assassinate every Republican congressman he could. But they're going to blame us for this imbecile in Cincinnati, Ohio. Well, it isn't going to work. It isn't going to work and the American people are onto them. And I think we smell a setup. We smell traps. We smell, we see the landmines that are all around, and we're going to step gingerly through the landmine field, and we're going to win big.

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Bernie Sanders Is Upset About the Inflation Reduction Act

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Bernie Sanders Is Upset About the Inflation Reduction Act

"Here's an example of the Democrats failing to unify. Here's Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders bemoaning the inflation act, the inflation reduction act yuck yuck. First he said the other day, it isn't going to appreciably impact inflation at all. Now here's what he's saying about the Democrats boondoggle as it applies to healthcare. I will tell you, given the enormous economic problems, facing working families in this country, I was very, very disappointed that we did not go further and addressing the realities facing the average American. We got a healthcare system, which is dysfunctional. We pay the highest prices in the world for our healthcare and our prescription drugs, and we really did not make any significant progress in making healthcare affordable housing, home healthcare expanding Medicare, all the needs of the American people that they wanted us to act on, unfortunately, we were able to go forward. Oh, here we go. That's what I mean. So there's some trouble in Paradise. On the Democrat machine, the beast is restless.

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Even Bernie Sanders Thinks the Inflation Reduction Act is a Joke

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Even Bernie Sanders Thinks the Inflation Reduction Act is a Joke

"They call it the inflation reduction act, polls show that less than 12% of voters actually think it's going to reduce inflation, of course it won't. Want to play a couple pieces of tape here, let's start with cut 8. Bernie Sanders admits that Biden's inflation reduction act won't actually reduce inflation, play cut 8. I'm going to take a moment to say a few words about the so called inflation reduction act that we are debating this evening. And I say so called, by the way, because according to the CBO and other economic organizations about study this bill, it will in fact have a minimal impact on inflation. Bernie's right now, Bernie's critique is probably that it doesn't confiscate enough money and clobber enough businesses that it doesn't go too far enough I should say.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"David workers got across the board wage increases and enhanced benefits also future cost of living adjustments That's a big one because of inflation The union also chipped away at a two tiered wage system which was a key point of contention The system had workers that had been there a while on one wage and benefit scale and new hires on another and the workers said that wasn't fair In fact they rejected the previous agreement Kellogg reached with their union because they said their concerns over the two tiered system were not addressed to their satisfaction This time around the workers accepted the deal What was this nearly three months with this strike President Biden and senator Bernie Sanders had spoken out about it What is Kellogg's taught us about the bargaining power workers have in this economy Well it suggests they have quite a bit of it after the workers rejected the last deal Kellogg said it would begin hiring permanent replacements That drew a rebuke from President Biden but he probably needn't have bothered David because labor experts doubted Kellogg would be able to effectively replace all the striking workers and clearly it didn't The workers got a lot of what they wanted and maybe everything is the union contends and it's not just Kellogg last month we saw striking workers a deer and company get a significant pay bump same thing at nabisco so workers are flexing their bargaining power All right nova thank you We have more details on the half a billion home test kits for COVID that President Biden is now promising will be sent to households amid the present shortage of testing capacity and parts of the country We know that there will soon be a website where people can register for these and the freebies should start showing up this coming month Marketplaces Samantha fields has more Sending free COVID tests to people at home is a big step in the right direction says doctor kavita Patel at the brookings institution But we need a lot more than 500 million For rapid tests to really be useful she says people should be able to take them pretty much every day Back around for what math we're talking about billions of tests But those 500 million tests are just one part of a bigger strategy to increase access to free at home testing The administration is also making home tests available for pickup at places like community health centers and requiring insurance companies to reimburse people for tests they buy Taken together that set of changes is a pretty dramatic difference from what we saw just a few months ago Until recently Lindsay Dawson at the Kaiser family foundation says the federal government really wasn't investing much upfront in home testing It actually impacted manufacturers willingness to produce tests at a large scale for the U.S. Biden says his administration has invested $3 billion to increase the number of at home tests I'm Samantha fields for marketplace Now this chapter in a market volatility.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Almost none of that. Two trillion dollars tax cut was paid for just ballooned the federal deficit. Okay so here's the thing that has been driving me nuts about the discourse on this bill. The cost is just one part of the ledger of the bill right. I'm not crazy here. It's the cost part. And then there's a revenue racers part and people talk about the cost. Part like there are right that you couldn't pass it the reconciliation. If we're just to charge it to the deficit. I lost the plot ear. You could actually you could but we're not going to do that. I mean what we intend. Look the bill. Is you get rid of all these tax raises the oligarch stone passes thing and charge it and come back the next day but we wanna do is in fact pay for it we i. If i had my druthers i would pay for every nickel of it by demanding because the president joe said that we end the absurdity of large corporations making billions and in a given year pay nothing in federal income taxes. Some of the wealthiest people in this country. Elon musk i think. Jeb basil's in a given year do not pay a nickel in federal income tax. I didn't think that that is vaguely saying it is not so what we can do in one way or another. We're in a variety of ways. Raise the revenue that we need to pay for this. And by the way. Chris your point about you know. Take a look at what we are trying to do. The evidence is overwhelming that when you invest in childcare when you invest in education when you invest in children you get that investment back many times over in terms of climate. What are we supposed to say. How do you deal with the decision. How much is too much when you're talking about saving the planet. The planet goes down and fifty years. Well gee whiz. How much should we spent a lot spent you know. It's pretty crazy stuff. Even every economists understands economic output declined precipitously because of climate not to mention. The huge amounts of money was spent trying to repair the damages of storms and floods. So the president in my view again. I said this before deserves credit for with no margin in the senate fifty fifty three vote margin in the house. He understands i understand. I think the majority of the american people understand because what we are doing is enormously popular. The american rescue plan was popular. This is popular. The american people. Want us to address the crises facing working people and have the guts. Finally the stand up to the big money interest on the united states congress. You name the most difficult part of this which is unanimous. Vote and unanimity tough. You come out of some universe of old left unanimous consensus groups. You know in a basement trying to get people to agree on something. It's not easy. It is very difficult. And i hope people appreciate that. I mean if we had sixty or seventy votes it would make life a lot easier. We zero boats. He got fifty votes in the senate and nancy pelosi as three volt budget in the house. So this is really really tough. And it's going to be a lot of debate of discussion going on. Trust me end the day. I i think we're going to do what the american people want and pass the most consequential legislation in a very long time senator bernie sanders. We will have you back again as this goes forward. That does it for all in you can catch us every weeknight. At eight o'clock on msnbc don't forget to like us on facebook. That's facebook dot com slash. All in with chris..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"To those hit hardest by the downturn. Yes that was her campaign promise to take on drug and insurance giants and now that she's been elected she's instead doing the opposite. She's doing what the drug giants want by blocking a proposal of her own party. That would lower the cost of prescription drugs. Which is perhaps why as dave day and writes in american prospect. Activists are concentrating all their attention on rice in attempting to persuade her to flip and support the drug price reform and the aforementioned executive editor of the american prospect day. Enjoys me now. I just talk about the proposal itself. I mean it is a version of the much often discussed right medicare negotiating with pharmaceutical companies to use their purchase power to bring down prescription drug prices and this is something that democrats actually started fighting for in two thousand six. This was in the two thousand six proposal to take back congress So for fifteen years. We've heard about this in two thousand nineteen. There was a bill called. hr three that is essentially. What's in the reconciliation bill and it was passed by virtually every democrat in congress including schrader peters and rice. They all voted for this bill. Two years ago and it was It was actually a compromise between progressive elements and speaker pelosi on how how many drugs would be covered and how it would go about and it was considered compromise that we spent all of twenty nine. These members voted for then and scott. Peters a few months ago was quite honest about it. He said i only voted for that. Because i knew it wasn't going to pass so presumably now that he knows that this actually has a chance of becoming law. Now he wants the breaks up. Yeah it's a really good point that this is there is already like horse trading and compromise. It happened like this was what the party came to consensus on. It's the biden is proposing speaker pelosi all democrats of an online except for the three and they're on the energy and commerce committee and they're flipping their votes at the last minute surprising. Everyone meant that. It didn't make it into the bill out of committee. That's right. I mean it made it into the ways and means committee which also has jurisdiction over this and they put it in later but really what they're saying. These three members is if if drug price reform goes in. We're not going to support this bill and of course three members is enough to to potentially if they get one more. Hold up the entire bill in the house and the thing is there. There's a stereo type of swing district house member who has a lot of conservative constituents and and just has to turn their sales and vote against the party every so often. That's actually a fake picture of what goes on in washington. The frontline members in off districts. Very much support. This bill heaters and rice are in safe democratic seats. These are not swing district. Democrats their corporate democrats who sold out their constituents for campaign dollars or for the promise of future job or just because they hear more from lobbyists about how lower drug company profits will stifle innovation. Which isn't true then. They hear from a single mother who a skip medications to keep your family at. This is such an important point. I mean the thing polls at ninety percent. It's very popular. Here's a letter in july. A group of democrats swing seats saying we right today. Urge the next reconciliation. Bill brought before connors include giving medicare the authority and the tools to effectively negotiate prescription drug prices. You already have swing state frontline members on swing seat from members on board and then. Here's the other thing. This is peter's and rice with their explanation. I wanna read from it because it it actually is not substantive it's totally procedural. We must garter. Bipartisan bicameral support with buy in from a majority of americans and stakeholders in the public and private sectors. If this pandemic has taught us anything. It's that we all truly must be in this together. You yeah i mean. I guess that sounds better than we wanna protect drug company profits. And so we don't want to hit them too hard. I mean the the. What rice trader and eaters would say. We have our own bill. O'reilly ever own idea out to make stuff cheaper. But their bill only allows negotiation medicare on off patent drugs drugs. That still have a patent. That don't have a patent monopoly. Any wow that's the. This would not affect the ability for drug companies to charge. Whatever they want no competition for a period of your all right dan. This was excellent eliminating and thank you for making time tonight coming up. You know what. I keep thinking of when i hear people talking about the three point five. Trillion dollar reconciliation. Bill exciting sixty five. Why that keeps running through.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"And threatening to derail a key part of the biden agenda. That's next one of the key. Provisions of the proposed biden reconciliation. Package is a plan to lower prescription drug prices and it's particularly important because it's both wildly popular but also save the government money and those savings help in the very complicated budgetary math. That makes up the whole bill. So if there's no agreement on the drug provision then that takes money away and it threatens the entire bill and thus the entire biden agenda last week the administration endorsed proposal that would allow the federal government to negotiate with drugmakers directly to lower prices for prescription drugs specifically medicare. It's something that most americans are in favor of. In fact a recent kaiser family foundation poll found that nearly nine in ten people favor allowing the federal government to negotiate for lower prices on medications including three fourths of republicans but republicans are not the real problem here although they are all basically opposed to it on tuesday. Three democrats said they would oppose. The party's plan to lower drug prices. They are scott. Peters of california. Kurt schrader of oregon and kathleen rice of new york. Now i want to single out congresswoman rice here just for a second because this was her in a campaign at last october when she wanted people's votes bragging about how she would take on the drug companies. In times of crisis you see what really drives someone for kathleen rice. It's always been the health and safety of the long island. She loves meeting the moment of this pandemic by securing billions in aid for testing and treatment in new york taking on the drug and insurance giants to lower costs and restore coverage.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Haven't falkiner loses like he like your party doesn't want your dude. They don't they don't. That's not what they're interested. That's not what sells like. I'm just telling you man plain as day like there could be sure it could have been longer. He could have been vetted. It's not what the republican base wants. They want the larry elder of the world look we. We have to have a conversation within the republican party about whether or not we want to win or whether or not. We just wanted to have arguments. And there's a model out there in states like maryland massachusetts and vermont. All three states east coast states heavily democratic in massachusetts democrats outnumber republicans by three to one maryland is overwhelmingly democratic run by baltimore and then the washington dc suburbs. And yet larry hogan and charlie baker. The governor of massachusetts are consistently not only republican governors and democratic states. But there are among the most popular governors in america we have a republican governor and bernie sanders own state of vermont. So it can be done but we have to have a conversation about what it really takes in order to win in the state that we live in the state of nineteen seventy not the state which ronald reagan one For governor of the state of california as it is today which has an enormous suburban population which is where the republican brand national. Republican brand has really taken a beating and a large latino population. And unless you have a candidate who was gonna win the suburbs and do very competitively. In the latino community we will not win a head to head race in california until that happens. I agree with that. Th there's also you mentioned voter suppression on your suppressing your own vote and i think there's a reference to now. I will say elder conceded to his credit. But you know you had him talking about shenanigans. There's all this nonsense. The ex president's spokesperson tweeting out. About how after it's called to one like obviously it was a whipping there was no like shouldn't atkins it causes outcome. You have the ex-president's Person talking about this elder elder on monday appealed money to his supporters. Use an online form to report fraud which claimed it had detected fraud in the results of the california recall. Election resulting in governor gavin newsom being reinstated as governor off monday when the link was live on elders campaign site. The election hadn't happened yet. No results had been released. I mean i guess the idea here. And i think that ron mcdaniel thought this in georgia is that if you tell people is going to be rigged not the greatest motivator for them to go out and vote. No absolutely not. This is the greatest cell phone in twenty years of california politics. That i've ever seen in that larry elder's website said that the election had been stolen. That gavin newsom had one and it said that on monday the day before the election And and that's just an extraordinary statement to make it as the opposite of get out the vote. It is suppressing your own. Voters from turning out and voting. Because you're telling them that the election already been lost. Its it's monumental political malpractice To do that and And and but this is what happens when you have a candidate who i don't think was running for governor running to be an influence her well ron. You know who the big winner of california three election. Think you're gonna tell me what your opinion is on that. The big winner is a political consultants of california who've got handed a three hundred million dollar race in an off year. So everyone did all right in the end I'm glad that we have. What catas- ron nehring. Thank you very much. Thank you still ahead. The three members of congress who are standing in the way of lower drug prices.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

The View

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

"On right now. I think the folks in the progressives in the house doing a very good job standing up for working families. It's not my job to comment on everything than any member of the house of anymore. It is that the comment about roy. Sir okay our thanks to senator bernie sanders for always fighting the good fight. We'll be right back so someone just wrote onto slates advice column i. After they found that their friends spouse was on a dating app. Oh so sunny. Let me start with you. If you spotted your man on a dating app pissed the question would you strangle him. Poison him my man. Oh i thought this was the best. Somebody else's has been on the act. I'm chris exactly exactly slowly. Not best positive. Real question is but the real question. The real question is would you snitch. Like if you saw that your friends spouse was on this dating app on whatever it is tender whatever it is would you tell your girlfriend. Would you tell her. See what i would tell you. Would i would tell if 'cause i wanna know i would want to know so i would tell me. Yeah i'm a teller. All right how sure. How about you meghan. would you tell mega. This actually happened to me. But it wasn't a close friend. It was like a like a work acquaintance and her husband was on tinder. And let me tell you that. Got screen shot and send around our whole group of friends and they certainly present themselves on social media like they have a perfect marriage. I did not say anything. Because i don't want to get into any messy stuff. That's not a very close friend of mine but be careful about tinder. And all these things a lotta people who are on them and i saw the screen shot and it i don't i don't mess with them anymore because for lot of different reasons but they don't have a perfect marriage always bueno. Noah's boy no and they might be in a threat. They might be in a couple very guy on sarah. That's true i'm sorry going. I think it depends on how close i am to the friend. When i imagine like my best friends. I would be calling while jumping in a train. A car an airplane to get to them. Because i can't imagine actually dealing with this if it were an acquaintance or someone a little further out. I think i would stay out of it because you never. You never really know what's going on. But if it were a close friend you know i would be showing up like pull nearing zoff getting ready like i would be right there. Yeah how about you. I don't think i would tell my friend. But i call him and i'd say me they got al seem better wainscott. This is we're going to do. And i'll also tell you this if it was manny hossen. I'd offer him witness protection and political happily. hell no. Don't get involved in other people's gotcha that would be dead. Where shares sunny death wish. Everybody's got you a number sunny. I helped manny is protected from you. We've all heard.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

The View

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

"Again senate. Republicans have signed their names in the ledger of history along donald alongside donald trump. The big lie and voter suppression to their enduring disgrace. But i want to be very clear about one thing. The fight to protect voting rights is not over so that was majority senate. Majority leader chuck schumer refusing to wave the white flag on the subject of voting rights after republicans. Shutdown vote yesterday on the for the people act joining us now to shed. Some much needed light on this. They always candid and delightful senator from vermont and senate budget committee chairman bernie sanders. Hello bernie how are you. It's so nice to see you. We love having you here. Yes thank you very much good to be with you. Yeah so so last night. Republicans unanimously block this key vote on democrats sweeping voting rights bill. They refused to even debate this legislation. So much is at stake here. I mean our own democracy. Maybe but if you can't get the republicans on board and you can't break the filibuster. What happens now. Is there any clear path forward. Well let me just say this. I think what republicans did. Yesterday is a total outrage. All over this country look we can disagree on issues on healthcare education climate but we should not disagree whether or not americans have the fundamental right to vote. Whether you're black with young latino whether you're disabled and what republican legislatures and governors doing all over this country in a totally cowardly way is making it. Hard up people to vote tell. They think they're going to win. Elections dots and outrage congress has got to act now. My own view is we got fifty votes yesterday on an important proposal to protect voting rights. I do believe we should initiate an end to the filibuster on that bill and with the vice president we can have the fifty one majority votes that we need in order to protect the rights of american people to participate in a democratic political process. Senator you tweeted yesterday. That now is the time for majority rule in the senate we must end the filibuster pass leaping voting rights legislation and protect our democracy. You would have fifty one votes to do that. If you could get joe mansion and kristen cinema onboard with ending the filibuster even given what happened yesterday. And you see the republican obstructionism. That's happening. How do you convince them to get on board. Well it's it's not just me having to convince them. I think you're seeing people all over this country making the case. Look this is not just another issue. This is the bedrock of american society and this is whether or not people can participate in the political process. And what we're seeing is. Republican governors and legislatures are undermining american democracy from one end of this country to the other not as unacceptable so there is pressure grassroots pressure being on both mansion and cinema and i hope that they will end up doing the right thing and supporting those of us who understand that we've got to act decisively right now senator as the senate budget chairman. You're working on your own. Massive spending package on everything from human infrastructure to medicare expansion to immigration and climate change but the price tag is an estimated six trillion dollars. Now that's causing some sticker shock even among members of your own party and you'll need every single democratic vote to get this done. These issues are all so important but can we really afford to spend that much right now. Well are we cannot not spend up money. Look let's recognize where we right now where we're at right now. We pass the american rescue plan at a time when this country was facing the worst pandemic at one hundred years in an economic meltdown. Legislation went a long way to easing the anxiety. Putting fourteen hundred dollars a person fifty six hundred dollars for family for it. Help them through this very difficult time. We expanded the child tax credit. We extended unemployment and so forth. It was a success and it helped us move the economy forward right now. What the president wants. What i want is for us to begin to deal with the structural crises that this country has ignored for many many decades. What do i mean we got an infrastructure that is collapsing. everybody knows roads. Bridges water systems. We need massive amounts of foldable housing low income housing to be built. We're the only major country on earth not to provide paid family and medical leave the only major country today there were women who give birth and have to go back to work a few days later. Because i don't have any paid time off. Our childcare system is an absolute disaster. We have kids who cannot afford to go to college or graduating deeply in debt and then on top of all of that. How do you saw the incredible destructive threat of climate change which is ravaging our country in the entire world so these issues that cannot be ignored now. What i am proposing is that we pay for all of the ongoing programs that we want to develop and that means continuing the child tax credit which is so important to working families helping them raise their kids fully funding and paying for childcare paid family and medical leave et cetera. But right now is also a time to invest in infrastructure because interest rates are at historically low rate. So if you want to rebuild. Bridges and roads deal with climate. Now is in fact time to do that senator sanders. You have been a vocal critic of certain israeli policies which still acknowledging and sometimes even celebrating. Israel's right to exist as a jewish state but some of your surrogates and supporters have taken things any different direction calling israel. An apartheid state public pronouncing themselves as anti zionist and implying that israel is akin to terrorist organizations. Do you agree that. This kind of extreme anti israel rhetoric and i want to make it clear again i am not talking about criticizing specific. Israeli policies has contributed to the rise in attacks against jewish americans. Because i i interviewed joseph origin who is the victim of anti semitic attack in new york city and he is deeply dissatisfied with response from democrats. Look anti semitism is a serious and growing problem not only in this country and around the world and it is obviously unacceptable and we have to combat it in every in every way My own view in terms of american policy toward the middle east israel and the palestinians is that we need an even-handed policy. It cannot simply be one hundred percent pro israel that we have to understand that in gaza for example you have sixty percent youth unemployment. You have a horrific horrendous situation which was only made worse by the recent war. So what i want to see. Is our country. Play an even-handed role. Wanna see the united states work with other countries to try to bring the israelis and the palestinians together to bring about some peace in that region..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

The View

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

"Out Crime steadily decreased in the united states every every president since clinton inherited a basically declining crime rate and then continue continued to decline until trump came along because trump recited over the greatest crime rise in modern american history. The murder right shot up twenty six percent and mass shootings spiked hate crimes spike. More than twenty percent during his presidency. Now i don't want to lay the whole thing and his feet but he did create four years normalizing crime. They consider themselves a law and order party. But all i see is more crime coming out of that administration where seem to let everybody off the hook so i think it should be considered certainly in this discussion. Sarah do you think anti police sentiment is a factor here and all. Yeah actually do. I think that we're seeing Less police officers across the board. We actually had a recruitment down as much as fifteen percent fifty percent in some cities retirement or up. Nypd saw seventy two percent increase in police officers retiring People aren't wanting to become police officers right now. You know there was a time where it was a revered position and i still revered the people that are willing to do our law enforcement and put their lives on the line but with everything that's happened in the last couple of years it doesn't carry that same appearance right now which But i i think it's also sadly going to affect the most low income areas a across this country because right now they're pulling back on a lot of quality of life violations like Enforcing those which are like carrying open liquor bottles public urination gambling panhandling. And now they're retreating. They're asking their officers not to pursue those. But in the article. I read someone said the problem with that is people. Were doing it not at the fear of going to prison but that they would be caught and now they're not gonna catch those people so those crimes are going to become cycles in certain areas. We're also seeing a massive influx and guns which we keep talking about. But i think anna actually said it best that each side of this each party is taking a look at what they want to see and not the rest and i think it's so much more layered and comprehensive in one of the things that comes to mind is the local communities representative vow deming said yesterday how when she was in charge in florida. She was big about being part of the community. It wasn't the please someone side the community on the other. I'm hoping that areas like boys and girls clubs. Ymca church leaders. I really think we're going to see the change if we take it on grassroots community level in all of these areas because it varies so entirely as you cross this country. Okay all right. We'll be right back. We're going to take a break. We'll be right back. stay right there. The hottest is using. Daytime are happening right here. We talk about things on this. Show that people don't talk about bad. I can't wait to say honesty sprung strong women. We need all hands on deck and we need it right now. This is the time to speak out unafraid. To get real. Were not gonna agree on everything. We're all differently. And that's the beauty of the field and that's why the most watch number one time talk show is abc's the view. Still ahead. senator bernie sanders on whether he thinks the left is taking the right approach on gun reform voting laws and rebuilding america as the united states fall short of vaccination goals in the deadly new delta variants spreads. The question remains. How do you handle americans who still refused to get vaccinated. This is a problem in a lot of red states right now. Why won't they get a shot. Anna what is the problem. Look i think vaccinations. Much lag masks have become politicized. I think a lot of people Didn't want joe biden to reach the seventy percent goal. They wanted him to fail. They don't want him to have that win they. They didn't see it as an american goal. They saw it as a bite and win. And so we're not gonna hit seventy percent mark by july fourth. We're gonna come very very close to it. And the efforts are not going to stop and should not stop we are hearing about this delta variant which is more contagious and more deadly. We've seen the havoc. The tragic havoc wreaked in places like india and brazil. And i just go back to saying it should not and cannot be politicized. I applaud the biden administration. Jill biden kamala harris doug and hoff who day after day are going to different states red states even trying to get people vaccinated and i applaud republican governors. Like larry hogan like the wyan ohio. Like hutchinson in arkansas who are actively participating in trying to get their constituents to get the shop because this is not republican or democrat. It's about safety and really are mental health. Our economy and god forbid my waistline cannot go back into lockdown. Right right. sarah could've vaccine mandate ever really work here. Sarah do you think because you know they're doing that in the philippines we're reading today. It's the government is saying you have to be vaccinated or else they're going to basically kicked out of the country i think. Could that have a work here. I don't think the government needs to mandate. I think it here in the us. We're gonna see plenty of private companies whether it's travel industry that their survival depends on people being vaccinated businesses that need to ensure not only their workers are safe but they're their consumers Their patrons are safe. I think we're gonna see enough of that. Also big areas whether it's Games or stadiums concerts. They already do that now. You have to be vaccinated. You have to show proof so if you choose not to get it. There are consequences. I also think we're gonna see another wave of people take the vaccine when it's fully approved without the emergency approval because i think there are some people with legitimate concerns about This vaccine again. i'm vaccinated. I want to take a minute to say. Thank you to everyone that that was able to take. That did take it because we have reached fifty. Six percent of this country are fully vaccinated and sixty five percent. Have one shot. So as anna mentioned we didn't reach the goal. But we got really close..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

The View

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

"About whether democrats should bother with bipartisanship after senate republicans shut down the voting rights bill. Or if there's still hope for compromise here come hot topics with whoopie. Sarah haynes joy behar sunny halston meghan mccain and ana navarro. Now let's get things started. Hello and welcome to the view. So we'll be is out today. Unfortunately but fortunately is here. So let us perceive. The pandemic isn't the only threat. America is dealing with right now later today. President biden is laying out his plan to take on the spike in gun violence and crime across the country. Which has also led to an increase in black-americans army themselves for protection. According to a report from san n watch. I feel like in this country and this climate. If you don't know how to take care of yourself yeah the disadvantage. See why we can't. It's his second amendment rights. If everyone else can't why can't we so sunny more guns morgan's why do you think more black americans in particular buying guns and that that will lead to gun control. Well it certainly lead to gun control When the during the sixties and seventies when the black panthers started open carrying and california definitely reagan responded and other politicians responded by cracking down on Guns and certainly. I think that would happen here. And i i will say anecdotally. A lot of my friends and family members have begun to purchase guns gun gun training. And i think a lot of it has to do with the increase in violence against black people. The crackdown against black people. I mean if you listen to the fbi. Statistics we had fbi director. Ray testify that the greatest threat in the united states is white supremacy and who are the victims of white supremacy generally bayer african americans. And so. I really believe that. That is why you are. Seeing african americans now buying buying guns and arming themselves and protecting themselves. The second amendment is for everyone. What concerns me. The joy is what about people like philander castille. He was a gun owner. He had a licensed to carry a licensed to carry concealed weapon and during just a traffic stop he was he was killed and he. He was murdered in front of his family. I'm concerned about the effect of the effect is this will have on african americans right so meghan. There many elements that impact crimewave economics social climate and plenty of other factors. But i use surprise that the increase increases happening now. No because you're seeing this crime wave across major cities according to the new york times homicide rates have spiked thirty percent since last year and twenty four percent from the beginning of this year. Also anecdotally My brother-in-law runs a gun range in north carolina and he had an incredible year of business in the past year and a half and a lot of people that are coming to his gun range to learn how to arm themselves are people who have fled these cities and moved to north carolina and a lot of new gun owners and not just black people but different ages like whole new set of demographic coming to him than he had ever seen before California and new york both lost congressional seats. You're seeing this exodus of people outside of these cities and when there's this messaging coming from democrats talking about defunding the police and reimagining what police reform as and not penalizing crimes in san francisco. They're having problems in places like walgreens and convenience stores where you're basically allowed to loot and they're going to be gluten steel. Excuse me and they're going to be an shoplift and there's no ramifications for it and it may be something that flies in in college philosophical classes where you can have a conversation about what peaceful protesting peaceful crime is allowed in okay but when it comes to average americans in these places. Politics isn't always complicated. People just want to feel safe. They don't want their businesses to be robbed and they don't wanna have violent crimes on the street and be scared to bring their children to the park or go for walks. And i think a lot of these people who have been running for office. We just saw this in the mayoral race in new york. Last night the candidate who won was the one who ran online order and the people who ran on defunding. The police have come in very low so far. So i think you're gonna see a lot more people leaving these cities i think in less Joe biden and these officials in the states get it under control or at least send a message that they want to get it under control. There's gonna be a real problem in the midterms and just one final thing. Another fascinating statistic is about hispanic voters specifically middle class hispanic voters which we saw a i signal invest in the last election. But i think into midterms. It's a demographic that does not buy into statistically defined the police or socialism. And i think this is going to be the messaging going to the left it is definitely something that republicans if we if we are smart and player messaging right has the capacity to pick up in the midterms. All right. let me just say one thing about that. Because biden ever supported the from the police movement and laura cooper of the major cities chiefs association. Which is an organization of police executive said quote. There has not been a universal de-fund movement across major cities. I think there was a bit a little bit of retooling of department budgets. But i can't say that de-fund is actually played out so this may not be an actual thing that's happening anna. Why is this happening now. This spike in crime. And what do you think Biden should be focusing on so i think We already had an uptick in crime. And i think being locked up for fifteen months only made it worse people. There had been no mass shootings because perhaps had been no mass gatherings and now people are out the numbers. We are seeing a really scary two hundred ninety six mass shootings and this this year alone. And we're only in june nine hundred nine thousand five hundred deaths from gun violence. That is very scary. And i think you know for a long time. People have thought you're either on one side or the other of this debate And this is not gonna happen to me. But i'm here to tell you as somebody who lost a family member at pulse it can happen to you. It's happening in churches. it's happening and shopping malls. it's happening in theaters. it's happening in supermarkets. Nobody is safe. Regardless of where you live in america regardless of whether you have a gun or not and i think the problem is joy that too often when we talk about this. It's either. let's just focus on mental issues. Let's just focus on black on black crime. Let's just focus on what's happening on the urban areas and the big cities and you don't talk about gun reform and on the other side you don't want to talk about enforcing the current laws and the mental issues. It has to be a comprehensive approach. I'm very happy to see that. Joe biden is addressing this because it is an epidemic. It's not happening anywhere else in the world. Americans need to look at themselves and say. Why is this happening here and realized that a needs an all hands on deck approach and that it needs all sorts of comprehensive strategy attacking and addressing multiple aspects which. I think you're going to hear today from the president. Well you know. I'm old enough to remember many decades. Where crime spikes and i was afraid to. You know go out at night and you were scared you. We're going to be mugged in new york city and then and then I have a another statistics. That's interesting because from nineteen ninety. Three to twenty nine and that is a period that i was not scared to go.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

The View

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

"The worst pandemic and one hundred years in an economic meltdown and that legislation went a long long way to easing the anxiety pudding. Fourteen hundred dollars a person fifty six hundred dollars for family for it helped them through this very difficult time. We expanded the child tax credit. We extended unemployment and so forth. It was a success and it helped us move the economy forward right now. What the president wants. What i want is for us to begin to deal with the structural crises that this country has ignored for many many decades. What do i mean we got an infrastructure that is collapsing. everybody knows roads. Bridges water systems. We need massive amounts of forcible housing low income housing to be built. We have the only major country on earth not to provide paid family medical. Leave the only major country today. There are women who give birth and have to go back to work a few days later because they don't have any paid time off. Our childcare system is an absolute disaster. We have kids who cannot afford to go to college graduating deeply in debt and then on top of all of that how do you nor the incredible destructive threat of climate change which is ravaging our country in the entire world so these issues that cannot be ignored. Now i am proposing. Is that we pay for all of the ongoing programs that we want to develop that means continuing the child tax credit which is so important to working families helping them raise their kids fully funding and paying for child cow paid family and medical leave etc but right now is also a time to invest in infrastructure because interest rates are at an historic low rate. So if you want to rebuild our bridges and roads deal with. Climate now is in fact the time to do that senator sanders. You have been a vocal critic of certain israeli policies which still acknowledging and sometimes even celebrating. Israel's right to exist as a jewish state but some of your surrogates and supporters have taken things in a different direction calling israel. An apartheid state publicly pronouncing themselves as anti zionist and implying that israel is akin to terrorist organizations. Do you agree that. This kind of extreme anti israel rhetoric and i want to make clear again. I am not talking about criticizing specific. Israeli policies has contributed to the rise in attacks against jewish americans. Because i e i interviewed joseph origin who is the victim of an anti semitic attack in new york city and he is deeply dissatisfied with response from democrats. Anti semitism a serious and growing problem. Not only in this country around the world. And it is obviously unacceptable. We have to combat it in every in every way. My own view in terms of american policy toward the middle east toward israel and the palestinians is that we need an even-handed policy. It cannot simply be one hundred percent pro israel that we have to understand that in gaza for example you have sixty percent youth. You have already situation which was only made worse by the recent war. So what i want to see is our country. Play an even-handed role. Wanna see the united states work with other countries to try to bring the israelis and palestinians together to bring about some peace in that region. We never have never have enough of you. So we'll have more with senator bernie.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

The View

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The View

"How does senator bernie sanders. Say his human infrastructure. Bill will make your life better. And how does he respond to the sticker shock over its six trillion dollar price tag. He's live on the view next senate republicans have signed their names in the ledger of history along donald alongside donald trump the big lie and voter suppression to their enduring disgrace. But i want to be very clear about one thing. The fight to protect voting rights is not over so that was majority senate majority leader chuck schumer refusing to wave the white flag on the subject of voting rights after republicans shutdown vote yesterday on the for the people act joining us now to shed some much needed light on this and a host of other the host of other pressing issues they always candid and delightful senator from vermont and senate budget committee chairman bernie sanders. Hello bernie how are you. It's so nice to see you. We love having you here. Yes very good to me with you. Yeah so so last night. Republicans unanimously blocked this key vote on democrats sweeping voting rights bill. They refused to even debate this legislation so much is at stake here. I mean our democracy may be but if you can't get the republicans on board and you can't break the filibuster. What happens now. Is there any clear path forward. Let me just say this. I think what republicans did yesterday as a total outrage. All over this country look we can disagree on issues on healthcare education climate but we should not disagree whether or not americans have the fundamental right to vote. Whether you're black with your young latino whether you're disabled and what republican legislatures and governors doing all over this country in a totally cowardly way is making it harder for people to vote tell. They think they're gonna win. Elections outrage congress has got to act now. My own view is we got fifty votes yesterday on a an important proposal to protect voting rights. I do believe we should initiate an end to the filibuster on that bill and with the vice president we can have the fifty one majority votes that we need in order to protect the rights of american people to participate in democratic political process. Senator and you tweeted yesterday. That now is the time for majority rule in senate we must end. The filibuster pass sleeping voting rights legislation and protect our democracy. You know you would have fifty one votes to do that if you could get joe manchin and kristen cinema onboard with ending the filibuster even given what happened yesterday and you see the republican obstructionism. That's happening. How do you convince them to get on board. Well it's not just me having convinced them. I think you're seeing people all over this country making the case. Look this is not just another issue. This is the bedrock of american society and this is whether or not people can participate in the political process. And what we're seeing is. Republican governors and legislatures are undermining american democracy from one end to this country to the other and that is unacceptable so there is pressure grassroots pressure being put on both mansion and cinema and i hope that they will end up doing the right thing and supporting those of us who understand that we've got to act decisively right now senator as the senate budget chairman. You're working on your own. Massive spending package on everything from human infrastructure to medicare expansion to immigration and climate change but the price tag is an estimated six trillion dollars. Now that's causing some sticker shock even among members of your own party and you'll need every single democratic vote to get this done. These issues are all so important but can we really afford to spend that much right now. We cannot not spend up. Looked recognize where we right now. Where we're at right now. We passed the american rescue plan at a time when this country was facing.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Bernie Sanders mean that went viral after President Biden's inauguration and artists now a two key turned it into a salad. Gave us and Chad couldn't wait to share how she made it. Do you want to eat Bernie Sanders or something that would interest you like some of this? It's fantastic. What is it? Crackers. That's all everybody gets. Crackers, Bernie Salad and our Tokyo. Remember this. The images of Bernie Sanders at the inauguration wearing those big wool mittens and sitting down with his legs crossed or his legs crossed, led to countless means on social media. So we're hearing from an artist in our Tookie. Whose own creation has now gone viral, another viral. She makes food and it looks pretty and this is it's Bernie Sal Andrew Marshall turned Vegetables. What, but she's been creating food, art and paintings. For years, More than three million people have now seen her her latest one, which is the Bernie Food Art. I don't want to eat anything That looks like Bernie saying Now I'm gonna get that. What happened to appreciate that hard pass hard? No, she posted on Facebook. Marshall thinks the senator from Vermont may have seen it by now. That would not be exciting. She describes how this all came to be. I can't wait to hear this Bernie salad and our two key. I opened up my refrigerator. I had these little potatoes, and I said, that's Bernie's head. And then I had a piece of collie flower. Now what? What do you want? Perry, Bernie's head, So the potato is very another kind of potatoes. The potato is, Bernie said, What's the cauliflower? Is that body? Is that the little mole that he is on the left side of his face? Is that Is it his hair? The collie flower I used for the little mask. And then that was the green part and then little collie flower hair. Picking out little teeny, tiny, but it was just our dip. What we're talking about very ingredients that I had planned. Now that is talent and creativity on a whole lot of time on your hands says so, Marshall says she just finished a Children's book of Bernie Sanders food. Food art to help kids recognize where their food comes from. Have you ever eaten a vegetable that looks like someone? No. All right. I'd like to go around the room here. Pablo, would you eat a Bernie Vegeta vegetable that looks like Bernie Sanders. Yes. Why is it goes vegetable Scott butter on it some salt, But my My point is most of times when people sees images on food, it's like Jesus or an image of something right? Like Mary Robert. Mary, Come on, Mary always married man. Jesus, Mandy, are the producers, would you Would you eat a vegetable that looked like Bernie Sanders? No, because it's almost too cute to eat too cute, But, yeah, it's so cute. He's so cute. I would wrap it up in Saran Wrap and keep it in my French forever. Becky Lin, Would you eat a vegetable that looks like Bernie Sanders? Would you feed it to your dog? I would totally eat it. Why would you eat it? Because Yum. Aren't you hungry? It's almost dinner time. You can hear more if you just download the K T A R AP and just subscribe to the Gato said Chad Show podcast. It is 6 52. There will be fans in the stands and Phoenix Suns Arena tonight as the Sun's host. The Cavaliers are Syracuse. L has all the details from the Parker and Sons, heating cooling, plumbing and electrical sports desk. The Phoenix Suns host the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight in downtown Phoenix. Now the Cavs have lost five of their last six games, which Works in the sun's favor as they will be very shorthanded tonight. Five players out for Phoenix, Chris Paul Jae Crowder, Abdul Nater Campaign and Dario Shar itch. This will also be the first night that Phoenix Suns arena is open to the general public 1500 fans allowed in the building after the Sun's hosted health care workers. Yesterday's game against Boston. That is a seven o'clock start over on 98. 7 FM Arizona Sports station Hell, No, I ain't going anywhere. I'm coming back. Try to get to That is Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians, confirming after yesterday's Super Bowl win that he is not retiring just yet. The former Arizona Cardinals coach wins his first Super Bowl ring as a.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter Show. I welcome John Fund of the National View Online to introduce us to the man behind the man behind the man in the Biden administration. He's a recognizable figure. A man who is celebrated in the Democratic Party is a folk hero. His name Senator Bernie Sanders, John. Ah, very good evening to your story in the National View Online is a revelation to me because I hadn't put all these moving pieces together. Mr Biden is the nominee and the president of the Democratic Party, because, as I recall before the pandemic changed the story, it was presumed that Sanders was on his way to an easy victory over the field. And then there was an intervention. I think that's a polite way to put it. And it was Mr Biden. What does Joe Biden Oh, Bernie Sanders. And what does the Democratic Party Oh, Bernie Sanders. Good evening to you. Well, thanks, John. Remember that in 2016. When Bernie Sanders lost the nomination, Hillary Clinton, he gave a very backhanded endorsement was rather grouchy. And a lot of Sanders voters are there sat home in November, or some of them even voted for the Anti establishment Donald Trump. So Joe Biden wanted to avoid that. So he conducted the peace treaty with Sanders after you won the nomination. Sanders was not gonna with beat Donald Trump. And that's why the Democratic establishment turned to Joe Biden at their last bulwark against having the Socialist Sanders on the ticket and the treaty was that Sanders would take seriously. But it would take seriously Sanders his position on issues in the point people that Sanders would like to keep positions. Sanders presumably is still a socialist. He was when he was a younger man. How does that translate immediately into what we're seeing Joe Biden do. Do you see it yet, John, Or is it to come? Well, I think Biden is the ultimate transactional politician. Untold Irish Paul from Wilmington, Delaware, by way of Scranton, and he likes to placate all of the wings, the Democratic Party, so the foreign policy wing is pretty much establishment. The Labor Department's being run by the unions. The environmentalists got the killing of the Keystone Pipeline, the racial Justice warriors. They're getting a lot of the sub cabinet positions, but a lot of the top positions like Attorney General and Department of Education are going to relative moderates. So Sanders is basically the Bidens basically the broker All of these factions, But the Sanders faction is probably the biggest of them all individually, and he's giving them the most individual portion of the pie. Mr. Sanders is emphasizing That in 2017 2018. He was against using the Senate majority to pass a tax laws, which is how the trump people did it. Is and you're a piece identifies the fact that Sanders is now ready to use the protocol that he denied in 2017 2018. How does it work, John? Crucial is traditionally have always decide that the interest by the names and if you're going to get to the socialist utopia, you have to break a few eggs. And so, Sanders says, Well, it was unfair and ridiculous and horrible that the Republicans And, uh, I didn't ask for 60 votes to pass their program. But that was when it was benefiting the rich. Now that this program is going to benefit the poor, we can go do it. So he Sanders as head of the chairman of the Budget Committee, which is a very powerful post in the Senate. Is going to try to run roughshod over the Republicans and passes much of his social welfare legislation and health care expansion, as he can using just a simple majority, But of course Just one senator of Joe Mansion or West Virginia or Christian Cinema of Arizona can put a halt to that is, is Bernie Sanders, old fashioned left, John or is he Is he Church of woke left, Do we? No. Well, he's adapted to the Church of Work left, but actually, you know the Bernie Sanders, who first got elected the 19 eighties, um, was on old style Industrial union Democrat. By the way, opposed gun control in the Vermont of the 19 eighties because, as he once told the constituent how we're going to have the revolution if they're armed, and we're not So what we're looking at, then is a man who's mixing his positions over many decades. Do you expect this to extend into other legislation besides the redistribution, mouth? The socialist care about do you expect to see Aggressive progressive politics, not just socialist politics, but progressive politics. Well, it'll be interesting how they handled the environmental issues because you know Biden's canceling of the power permits for the Keystone Pipeline. John cost 11,000 Union workers their jobs 11,000. And these air pipe fitters and bricklayers and all kinds of good union jobs, and they've been promised to be retrained for a job somewhere else. But of course, the federal government is a horrible job, job retraining, So I think there any standards And the radical fringe of the solar power. Wind turbine environmental left May have. Shall we say a bit of a conversation or reckoning in the future because their goals may not be heading in the same direction. The sender's go along with the idea of no more fracking. Now I know Biden keeps Twisting that around. But banning fracking on federal land is a predicated for banning fracking or restricting it completely. Just Sanders care about that. Not particularly, but I think that he goes along with the environmentalists, because, you know, they scratch his back. He scratches their back. But in the end, you know, fracking. Creates a lot of union jobs, and I think I think they're going to be there. Fissures and tensions within the Democratic coalition that will come out now that their governing and not just campaign does Biden object to the fact that Sanders is agenda is now his agenda. Is that okay with Joe is he just he share the wealth. You know, I think Sanders is agenda is bides agenda on Tuesdays and Thursdays and on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, Budden has a different agenda. Biden is not a moderate. He's not a liberal. He's not a radical. He is a transactional politician. And no one is going to be completely satisfied with him. And no one is going to be completely mad at him in the Democratic coalition. I've saved the best till last. The mystery of Bernie Sanders Mittens. Everybody seen him sitting there listening to the Festivities for the inauguration. John, you've you've tracked down the origin of the mittens. Explain, please. We have about a minute. Well. Jim Harris is a very nice public school teacher in Essex Junction, Vermont. She had a mitten business. She gave Bernie one of the her pairs of mittens because she liked Bernie and his policies. But it turns out that when Bernie made her mittens famous, she didn't have any mittens to sell because she's going out of business because high taxes and federal government regulations distort your business, and she's very bitter about it. So the mittens that we see Bernie wearing their collectors. They're eBay items Now they're not. They're not to be ordered from Amazon tonight because of the confiscatory taxes of the future. Well, John, you've heard of last of the Mohicans. I guess that was the last of the mittens. John Fund tracking down the important stories. Where did the mittens come? From? John Fund of the National View Online. I'm John Bachelor..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"To 1 to four. 2 to 7 Gregg Allman coming up here in a second from the athletic, he covers the tape of eight bucks for them. Um, I'm hoping by the start of next week, we're going to have enough of the Bernie Sanders means Right from the from the inauguration. He's been put everywhere now. We were possible. Can they put him at Lambeau today? Can they put him in Kansas City will be at the Super Bowl in two weeks. I'm sure he will. But you can't go five seconds without look going on social media Whatever you like, Instagram phrase Facebook and Twitter without seeing a Bernie Sanders mim. So hopefully they hopefully we get it. I'm I thought it was funny. First day second dancing, All right, It's funny. The third day. It's like I was still doing this to buy today. The people that are trying out today that are like like, Oh, you see this Bernie Sanders like, Yes, I saw that scene. The Bernie Sanders means So you can follow me on Twitter. It's at John Marks Media at J O N M a. R K s media. But let's check in down with the Tampa Bay bucks and talk to the ace who covers the bucks for the athletic. His name is Greg Allman. And he joins John Marks on CBS. Sports Radio, Greg Thanks for a few minutes. How are you? How you doing? Fine. Hope you guys are doing well doing okay? Um, so great before before we start with with through the game stuff. Would you say the Tom Brady coming to Tampa Bay this year is the biggest reason why that they are where they are right now from this from this aspect, because we know that the team has a ton of talent on offense. They're talented on defense. Was he a culture change? Or did he come down the Tampa Bay and bring the Brady way down there with him? Yeah, No, definitely that and 24 fewer turnovers than last year. That helps a lot. Yeah, I guess. J Mrs 30 Interceptions didn't help as well. How good is he been for for our listeners who haven't necessarily zeroed in on how well well, Tom Brady's played this year What he's doing it 43 is. I mean, I've never seen anything like it. Is he still considered one of the universe season to be considered one of the top five quarterbacks in the league? I think if you put it to five, he should be there. I mean, 40 touchdown is seven, more than any other quarterbacks ever had. At any age in Buck's history. Wow, you know, back to back play. I mean, if you weren't sold on the success of being 11 and five is a wild card having to road playoff wins, perhaps a third today. At any age. That's impressive Lot was made with his relationship with with Bruce Arians, his head coach, was that overblown and how was their relationship in their chemistry right now? Yeah, I really think itwas I don't think a lot of Tom Brady people are used to hearing a coach bee is honest and blunt. As Bruce Arians is that kind of hope, bruises. I think Tom knew it going in. You know, I mean, I don't I don't think they always Got everything they wanted. They've lost him games. They've had two interceptions. But this is probably the best season ever for Bruce Arians quarterback too, So I mean, I think Within this system. He's done outstandingly well. Injuries. How healthy are the Buccaneers right now? There's no Antonio Brown. He's out with a knee. The big question mark here in the next hour or so. Is Antoine went to their rookie safety. He went out and tested his ankle here in pregame is kind of hard to get a read coming off the field, whether it was feeling good or a feeling downtrodden, but He's a major question. Mark it he can't kill. There's another guy named Mike Edwards will plug in its safety and hope they can hold that there and Winfield's could have been a playmaker, especially towards the end of end of the season. You know Scotty Miller. It's amazing. The depth and signing Antonio Brown was great. He was really starting to come on. Guy like Scotty Miller, who really started to excel as the season went on. He'll just step right in for Antonio Brown. He looked really good this year, too, so that plenty of death on the offensive side, right? Yes, Scotty was leading the team in receiving yards when they signed Antonio Brown. So wow, so they definitely I mean not is proven. I mean, obviously doesn't have the playoff experience than Antonio Brown has He's made plays. The other receiver to watch is a rookie named Tyler Johnson had a touchdown in the first Packers game. He's a guy that's really shown flashes as well. While Greg on Twitter. It's Greg a U M A. N Allman and he covers the Bucks for the athletic and he's giving us a couple minutes here, and we're very appreciative of it. How will they run the football today? You know, we've seen Ronald Jones. The bell cow. Some weeks we've seen letter for net step in there. How will they run the ball today? I think it will be a pretty even split early, Leonard Fournette said. To start the last couple weeks, they both went over 60 yards this past week. I think once you get through about a half, they're just giving it to the guy that's moving the change more consistently. Their defense. We know the top balls is one of the better defensive coordinators in the league. We know there's a lot of talent on defense. How good has the defense been because they're going to need it today against Aaron Rogers and company Yeah, they've gotten interceptions against quarterbacks. Adult troll interception. I mean, they got three against freeze..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Never occurred in the history of the country for a reason. That it's unconstitutional. It sets a bad president for the presidency continues to divide the nation. Yeah, I think one of the things Twitter you don't think about this E thought it was kind of outrageous to Twitter Band Trump or kicked him off their platform, but they may have done. I did him a favor here because Schumer and McConnell are now talking about a two week delay. So everybody get their ducks in a row. I think that's really what it's gonna do is, you know now that Twitter is shut Trump out. He doesn't have Time to stir the pot. I think some of those never trump Republicans. I think there's only gonna be a few of them that actually vote. What do you say they need 17 or 18? 72 3rd majority, which is 66 67. Senators. You got 50 Democrats you probably have about Let's say five or six Republicans that would definitely vote for impeachment but show gotta find another 10. And so my question is. Why would she Would Chuck Schumer. They're talking about this. This Senate the mistrial in the Senate, but they are trying to concentrate on getting Biden's nominees. Um, um, no confirmed by someone he's confirmed. It is in times and covert 19 relief. Now I could see a point where where she was probably got the thought process in his head. It's like OK. This isn't going to happen. But I need to call the vote anyway, so I can just get it done and get it out the way and like, Hey, we try we we deal we could. We voted to impeach him and remove him, But it didn't go through. So now we're My hands are crazy, So it's just a show, so they know they don't have the votes. They're still gonna go through with it anyway. Won't waste the taxpayersmoney. I could see that being part of Schumer's logic. My fee. Sydney we have we talked about the Bernie Sanders mean on the year. I don't think so. The name of Bernie Sanders like him sitting with his legs crossed that inauguration. Yeah, because arms crossed with the mittens and the math exam. Put one up on my Facebook page. I do I do. A show called Indiana issues. It's a television program and we tape at edge media studios that their teeth and bears and so a friend of mine sent me a picture of that today with Me in my chair and then ready with his mittens and code on right next to me, and I said to the guys just like, Oh, my God. This looks like he was actually really here. I retweeted that picture. There's a picture of murder. Basically, we haven't seen it and go toe at hammering Nigel on Twitter. The picture. There's been so many there's been thousands of Photoshopped pictures of Bernie Sanders, with his mittens on his arms crossed, his legs crossed outside, freezing cold and the inauguration. He's got a mask on, but you could tell the look of it Tastes like Let's get this over with. I'm crazy. Let's get it over with. I mean to say, Look, I have in my face every time my wife go shopping, you know, anthropology of the fashion ball of sitting out there on the couch in the hallway just like come on. So there's a mean going around Bernie Sanders sitting at the inauguration, and just in case you've missed having funny friends send it to you. For the past few days, you could actually now own the image an actual statue forever. There's an accident..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I couldn't have done I'm done it without you. So just a good bye. We love you. We will be back in some form. No, thank you said almost party. No, no. Well, there is talking. That's so now we can shift. I think What he didn't want to do is acknowledge that he was a loser. He hates this idea of losing anything. And so I think this way he can still leave. He's still the president. And he doesn't have tol face it. So now yeah, whether his future Well, I do think I feel like I need to caution. Both Democrats and Republicans who don't like trump or are think that Trump you know, is better outside the Republican Party that we we in the press. I was a young kid of the time, but we always kind of dismissed Richard Nixon when he lost the gubernatorial race in California as well. At least you won't have Dick Nixon to kick around anymore. And son of a gun of eight years or six years later, he was president. I think that too, right? Donald Trump's political obituary today. I think is way too soon. Now, what could he do? It is true. I think it's unlikely given what happened in general six that he'll actually run is the present. But I do think he can still be something of a king maker or a king influence in the Republican Party. But there is talk now that he is Thinking about forming his own party. He'd like to call the Patriot Party, but everybody around him who knows him says Yes, that's his. That's his sort of emotional instinct. But he doesn't have the organizational interest to pour all of that energy into actually creating a new party. So they say that Zamora aspirational in that than actual, probably Well, where do you could do Well, he would he could do time on that is you could create a third party, gather up enough power and then be able to say Okay, You know what Now I'm going to start to be a little bit more of a deal maker in this I'm at the table, You know? Like Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders never released all of his delegates until Joe Biden basically bent over and Bernie wrote whatever. What he needed and then injected it into Joe Biden, the oldest president we've ever had, so you could trump could gather up. I don't think he has. The doesn't care about details, but he could get enough people together to help get this thing going. You got to state and local, really? Get the grassroots on get enough people because what you want to do is gonna keep conservativism. And populism together. You have to combine the two because the Democrats are able to separate those two. Then they could reach in there and start to, you know, tearing apart. But if you keep conservatives and populism together in one big chunk, it's gonna be pretty hard for them to defeat. So a strumpf steps out. He still has. I don't know if 30 some percent of his base. Still likes him on. Those are trump true blowers. I think they're wrong. They're nuts. But 20. If you have 28% of Republicans feeling that way, you know, even even Trump is now trying to distance himself from what happened on that. Under six that there is there is a basis..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Com you can see this video project Karatas. They have undercover video. Bernie Sanders campaign staffers saying that they wanted to throw Trump supporters into the Goldilocks. You've got AOC out there, saying that she was to compile some sort of a national database. People who support the president. People who served in the administration and then today you have Eugene Robinson Ah, very well known prominent columnist for The Washington Post. Saying that all of you Trump supporters have to be de programmed. Take a listen. There are millions of Americans. Almost all white, almost all Republicans who somehow need to be be programmed there. It's as if they don't they? They're members of a cult. The trumpets cult on Do we have to be d program? Do you have any idea how we always start that process see, much less complete it? Yeah, I don't know. I'm a journalist. I certainly don't know how we can stop people. I know we can look to history, though. What ultimately breaks that power structure in the South is enforcement right? There has to be consequences on then. Once you get those consequences, I think that people have to take a second look at their actions, and they have to be much more. Afraid to do the types of kind of violence that we saw is week last week, the violence that we've seen building you know, with what happened in Michigan that violence is being I'm done with that. I'm done with that. Somebody So you heard a couple of important pieces of news here. First of all that. Very high profile Washington Post columnist thinks all you people out there who support Trump should be de programmed, but they are other part of it is that there should be a penalty for believing the way you believe that's that is that's why they're trying to shame you. They want to shame you. They want conservatives to go into the closet. Remember? There was a time when if you were LGBT Q. I A or whatever. If you were an alphabet person. You were not able to go out into public and profess your particular letter of the alphabet. Well, now the left. They want to do the same thing to conservatives. They want to shove you in a closet. And they want to shame you they want to make you think there's something wrong with you for believing the way you believe. You need to pay very close attention to this. And if you have a child or grandchild, and they're in a public school, you better really pay attention because this is where this is where they're going to turn Children against moms and dads and Grandma and grandpa that that's how this is going to go down. All right, let's get to the phones here. 844747 88 68 our good friend Joe from L. A. J is with us, Joe. Thanks for holding on Hi. Do you have a great show? And I just want to say that two of your great supporters, Marjorie Green and also, uh, Jody Hice. They're getting a lot of national exposure on one American news and also Newsmax and I've endorsed Marjorie Green for president to me next time. She's a female trump. She's very intelligent. He was successful business on her. But I just want to say that both Jody and Marjorie who you know who were strong, Trump started supporters. They are really getting a lot of published and I think they're I think they're for real and puts both of them belong to the powerful Freedom Caucus along with Jim Jordan. Todd, we got the $27 trillion debt. We got two people got to get people elected like that It will cut spending because that death is not going to go away. I don't think, do you, Joe. I think the debt's going to get worse. And I think one of the big problems with the Republicans and regardless of what happens. Republicans have a big big challenge on their hands. You know, they advertise themselves as the party of fiscal responsibility. And yet even and look, I get we've had a global pandemic. But even before the pandemic, we were spending like we were, You know, drunk Democrats, Joe and I think the Republicans need to have a need to have a come to Jesus moment. To figure out what the heck is, you know who are Republicans? And what is the party actually stand for? Your You are exactly right. And but Todd one good piece of good news. I think the book the shutting down the Conservatives is gonna help the talk show industry because Far as I know that conservatives on the talk shows in that with people like you inanity. Well, Joe, I mean, look, I appreciate you saying that, but but in all honesty, I mean yesterday Cumulus, one of the second largest talk show Radio Network in America. They told their supporters Joe or told their talk show host that they were not allowed to talk about these controversial controversial issues anymore. So they're shutting down talk radio. I can tell you they're not shutting down me. We're going to keep telling the truth. That's all I know to do, and that's you know, Look, we own our own radio station. So we're not going anywhere. But I hear the sentiment, Joe, but we are heading into a dark, dark period of American history. Joe, I hate to this. We've got to skedaddle. Thank you for your great support of this radio show, and we love all the great folks there in Ella Jay, Georgia. I got to take a break Your 844747 88 68. This is the Todd Stern Show. It's the top Stars radio show on the next morning Drive with Casey and.

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