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Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?

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07:34 min | 10 months ago

Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?

"We got some interesting things to talk about Zaire Bill. Our friend was invited onto the board of the women's March. She was so happy. Ah I was so happy so happy and then forty eight hours later they kicked off. This is not Zara measor. This is our friends are Balu. Executive Director of the Council of American Islamic Relations in San Francisco's chapter and forty eight hours later woman's March W T.F. You're were instagram and what were your feelings that the woman's March is apparently not for me yeah. The woman's March is saying that we can't advocate for the lives of Palestinians anymore. That's why she was kicked off. I mean like the women's March always has these ridiculous right wing trolls around them that are manipulating all the women that are involved with this but basically what they were doing was they dug into his Arab News Archive of tweets from many many years and Zari Stu tweet extensively and they pulled up all of her Palestinian tweets and they use that as a reason to kick her off the board just so terrible I think like we're just like a we're. We're in this age of culture where people are digging up all these things from past in like you're being held responsible for something that you said a long time ago but it also be like everything's are said is facts you just there was nothing she said that was wrong but because we're in this day and age where it's all about like colliding people's tweets on fire in calling out people. There's no room for reasonable discourse. I mean this goes beyond reasonable discourse of course to me. This is telling me what discourse is period yeah because you're telling me that I can now no longer talk about apartheid existing in Israel which does yeah there are apartheid supporters yeah. You're telling me that I can't talk about that by. Wouldn't you want that kind of diverse perspective on on aboard anyway. That's the whole point of the women's. March is bring together so many radical voices and then have a dialogue and you just kicked a person off the board who is so ready and capable to do that. It's the white women's March. You know that's basically we all know. That's what the subtext is yeah yeah but you know what. I'M NOT GONNA. Give white people that I don't know something about that feels like you don't get to have that. You don't get to like well. I liked about what direction Raja was saying was was that she on her twitter account. You know how they were using the American flag hit job woman as the poster at the women's March okay so you know how on the poster it it said we the people and this is our greater than fear and then one of directions followers edited the bottom and it said submit to fear which is so oh well done well done okay. Here's my beef. There are a lot of women who are white woman who I like an are my friends. I would preferred a label it as the Nancy Pelosi March. It's not the woman's march anymore. It's the Nancy Pelosi March because to me Nancy Pelosi stands as that older generation and that old way of thinking period regardless of what generation you're from that is like moderate conservative trying trying to be Democrat saying things like I'm not GonNa try to impeach Brett Cavanaugh like to me. That's the same person I don't know I think for me. The women's March just seeing everything the taxing hell into starts tour had to leave the women's march on July fifteenth along with two of her supporters Bob Bland and to make a Maori like just the Lynch mob rightly. There's like Internet mob mentality to attack them on the Internet. Get them kicked out of the women's March now they're trying to lake reframe themselves and finally other people to replace them with in Zaire. Bill would have been like amazing perfect there and then they they don't want her because her whatever so it's just like. Zion is being kicked out of the women's. March is like a reason for me to see this movement and say like this isn't for me. This is not a space for me. This isn't a space for Muslim women. Stop fucking using our Muslim women images in your protests. If so clear that you don't want us for our values are if feels like that's what they want. They just want to like a vision of us. They want the symbol of his job and to protect US and save us but they don't actually want us to actually have a voice. I think they want our voice along as it sounds like a moderate conservative would've voice that doesn't support black lives matter that doesn't work against the moderate conservative movement. That's trying to normalize what trump's doing yeah because here's the quote that's making me feel that way. The same article wrote unfortunately Belu's racist tweets do not stand alone. They seem to reflect the views of of most prominent Muslims in America on the left. What the fuck does that mean that human rights violations by Israel against Palestinians Finian's is not okay. That's a left idea. That's a left idea yeah. Apparently that was a stupid article. I mean when you say that like apparently it's not for us. It sounds like that's exactly what they're fine with saying. I don't think that the women's March can really recover from this which is unfortunate because I think like I think about this a lot. In movements we do do so much work to like move people. They really feel like at some point like the women's march was a movement right like everyone showed up on the capital not because of an organization but because they wanted women to be there I think about this about black lives matter and I think about this about the civil rights movement. There's always like you know Oh. Maybe an informant that's like making this shit like fall apart and there's always like government and FBI NCAA and like. I don't want to be conspiracy theorist but there are like it's not a conspiracy when it's like real movements are always being brought down because they don't WanNa see us rise up in. I feel like that's kind of what's happening here and like ah I think we have to deal with that in a real way. Yeah you know because that is of course going to be there tactic. Why wouldn't it? I feel like that's where we are in the women's. March like this is like it's so so clear this organization has fallen victim to this tactic and like I hope that feeling that people had on election day or inauguration day of showing up. I hope people don't like field. He'll dismissed by that feeling that power of being at the protest these are the splits that they're going to continue to try to create is like the question of like split loyalties and you know. Who Do you stand with you know. Are you one of us all the way until they've moved toward fascism yeah dictatorship. This is their job up. This is what they're trying to do. I think we have to be really blunt about that and know that and work really consciously up against it yeah also are we infiltrating in their meetings and like being like saying as they in these this conversation like when you say they the unified dark money right are we going to. They're like men's activist meetings men's rights activists meetings and like being like yeah men's rights and also I wanNA listen to women's sometimes. I don't feel feel like that's my role in this movement but I'm hoping that you know I'm for hire to infiltrate. I don't know if you'll be able to pass us in these spaces. I'll just go with my white husband. Oh yeah well. I mean like literally like you send your husband and your good. No I want to be there. I just don't I don't know you think you won't work. Get Veronica Mars it

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"bob bland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Speaking of hostility towards Israel. The DNC has now dropped out of the women's March. I've been talking to you for for months about the antisemitism of the co founders of the women's March. Now, the DNC offered no explanation and didn't condemn the marches leader leaders or say anything about their anti-semitism. They just said they're no longer a sponsor. An interesting Steed king vote for his own resolution of condemnation apologize. What he says, but the DNC just quietly dropped their sponsorship of the women's March. But does not say why they're addressing why they're dropping the other sponsorship? Now, the women's March has had controversy. Because of their affiliation with Louis Farrakhan in October Farrakhan referred to Jews as termites he says. I'm not Semite anti termite. He also attacked that satanic Jew and call Jews the mother and father of apartheid into quota. When you want something in this world, the ju- hold the door close quote, well, women's March co organizer to make a Mallory defended her pass praise Farrakhan, when she was on the view, she and co founder Bob bland denied allegations that were made in a report last month, it's called the tablet. And here's what the tablet reported that to make a Mallory and fellow organizer named Carmen Perez, quote, allegedly I asserted that Jewish people bore a special collective responsibility as exploiters of black and Brown people. And even according to a close second hand source claim that Jews were proven to have been leaders of the American slave trade in both of these claims are popularizing that idiotic book by Louis Farrakhan, called the secret relationship between blacks and Jews. I told you about the friend I had to change his name to a Muslim sounding name. He had read that book and told me about the Jewish role in the slave trade. I told me it was crap. And I asked them to read Thomas Sowell, find out about the real people that were complicit in the slave trade and how Muslim slavers we're taking blacks out of Africa, hundreds of years before European slavers were continued the practice after the European slavers stopped doing it. So the DNC has now dropped out of the support for the women's March as having a number of other groups some three hundred other groups have also dropped out Emily's list, the southern poverty.

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"bob bland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Politics. You know this. They have this whole hierarchy of oppression in society. Intersection -ality who oppresses who who is the most depressed. What can we do to deal with the oppression between all these different groups, and this in no small measure contributes to a sense of grievance mongering that exists on the left? Now Representative Steve king of Iowa has gotten himself into a whole lot of trouble. Once again for saying things that he or tweeting things writing things saying things all of the above that, he should not have. I think it's interesting though, that when there is an opportunity for the left to really condemn incredibly repeated and vicious anti semitic bigotry when it comes to Louis Farrakhan, they all of a sudden get a little bit mealy mouth. It's a little well and the one. Hand on the other hand, the women's March is a thing you've probably seen them. They're the ones that used to March around with the pink anatomically, correct hats on they claims represent women. Meanwhile, if you're part of the fifty percent of women are so who are pro-life you are not only unrepresented by the women's March. You are not welcome at the women's March. That's right. The choice not to destroy your own offspring in the womb. Somehow, according to the progressive left, and they're intersectional identity politics. Belief means you're not really a woman or in some way, your womanhood is subject to additional scrutiny. If not some degree of skepticism. Well, the women's marches a thing that we should all take a longer look at because there are some people who are associated with it who really enjoy taking photographs with appearing at public events with. And speaking on the same stage as Louis Farrakhan, who is as clear and obvious and in many ways, proud of his antisemitism as anyone could possibly be Muniz guy says things like he's not anti Semite. He's anti termite heat. Just when when you were coming up with textbook, anti semitism and bigotry. The stuff that Farrakhan says could go right in there. All right. And I don't think that's something that any serious person would would contest. Okay, Louis Farrakhan is an anti Semite. If there is such a thing as an anti Semite and Jamaica, Mallory and Bobby bland who are two of the women who are the heads of the so-called women's March. They went on the view today where my friend and the former former host of the show. Megan McCain decided to push her a bit because there is in the women's March, at least some real antisemitism. And and it's worth asking the question. Why hasn't this been fully repudiated meeting that if the association that a conservative could have with any other individual who is a white nationalist or a racist or a bad person is enough that that person should be asked to condemn the association, isn't that true of lives as well? Shouldn't lives. Have to live by their own standards. We know the answer is no because they don't want standards. But you understand what I'm saying. And you to Megan's great credit into to to make Malary's. Well, you can hear it for yourself. Here's how the exchange went. What they I would never be comfortable supporting someone who called. I'm not anti Semite and anti termite. It's the wicked Jews the false dues promoting lesbianism homosexuality. Actually spoke with a journalists from tablet magazine who released an investigation reports on your organization, an impart, they allege that there is a lot of anti semitism surrounding this March specifically the report alleged that you to me and co-founder Carmen Perez asserted that quote, Jewish people had a history of exploiting black people were proven to be leaders of the American slave trade. Now, a lot of people by Lockheed blank me in this thing that you're using your organization as anti semitism in activism, and that you're using identity. Politics, two shield yourself from critiques talking about all women being invited that March. I'm pro-life we were not invited. We're we're not allowed at that March right there on the conservative woman also represent talking about women talking about all women, including Jewish women as well. And conservative now. Bob blend went on to say Bob land is a woman who is one of the heads of the women's March. That that's not true. And that pro-life women are are welcome in the women's March. And and I I'm sorry. But that's not true. But she said it. No, none the less. I had the. What we call it. The professional duty to interview MS bland during the cavenaugh hearing, and she came across as somebody who I'm not trying to be gleyber funny. She came across as somewhat disturbed. So as though she had problems coping with reality. She claimed that Kavanagh's confirmation would result in millions of women dying guy was a quote, and I had to sit there and listen to also lied very brazenly about a position that Cavanaugh. She claimed the Cavanaugh held when it was not in fact, his position it was the position of somebody who was petitioning before the court, and he happened to be a judge when that was happening. Nonetheless, not an impressive intellectual to say, the least but back to Jamaica Mallory here, African American female, she's having this exchange with Meghan McCain about minister Farrakhan and about race and antisemitism magazine. Saying look, you're. Using the fact that you are protected class being a female and being a minority. It seems to escape accountability for spending time with the guy who is clearly a dirt bag and once again, Meghan. I give her a high five from afar, I'll send her a text later. Teller? Thank you as well. She just hones inches. You know, let's just make this really easy. You Bob bland, and she meeker Mallory you two women of the women's March representing progressive activism at its height at its pinnacle. That's what their brand really is. This is all about being a leftist who wants to make the country more accepting of one another they say, but really it's just about pushing progressive left wing causes anti life causes jamming transgender ideology and all the rest of it down. Everyone's throats. But with that Megan says, okay, let's make this release. Simple. Just condemn Louis Farrakhan's words. Here's how that went. When Megan said to Jamaica, Mallory on the view, just okay? We know what Louis Farrakhan has said, we know what he stands for will. You condemn him. Now play that speak for Jewish people. But I think I'm just confused. These remarks are I mean, they goes on death to Israel over and over again, we did not make those. You can't be associating with a man. Wait, what I will say to you is that I don't agree with many of minister Farrakhan statement about Jewish people as I said, I don't agree with may have minister Farrakhan's statements, condemned dummy, I don't agree with these statements at the end of the day won't condemn it. No, no to being very clear. It's not my language. It's not the way that I speak. It is not how I organize, and I think it is very clear over the twenty years of my I would like to tell MS Mallory what is very clear is that she won't condemn the remarks. Right. She can try to come up with as many different constructions of this as she wants. But the fact that matters he's asked a straightforward question. Will you condemn these remarks and her response is I would not use those words that's not a condemnation of somebody who's calling Jewish people termites. That's that's not a condemnation at all. That's essentially a dodge that is trying to avoid the question. And I think that what you see here is once again intersection analogy inherently means that these different grievance groups, whether their gender, racial, sexual orientation nationality, or whatever based, but these different grievance groups will inherently come to blows and consume one another because there is no real standard for who is in a position to adjudicate who is the most aggrieved so who gets away with certain kinds of comments, and who doesn't, you know, the only thing they can all agree on is that white males are bad and need to be put in their place and white male patriarchy's, destroying destroying the world destroying America, all of this. But beyond that, they can't figure out what the unifying principle is of what they all stand for because what they stand for is the. Being angry at people based upon their perceived treatment as a result of gender, sexual orientation, skin color, and all the rest of it. This is where you see that this politics of intersection of I am first and foremost in society to be judged, and we'll judge others based upon my identity group that is toxic. It is toxic. And it leads to this kind of incoherence where you have people who are claiming as they did during this interview to be all about healing and coming together and combating bigotry, and they can't even combat the bigotry in their own ranks because there are special and privileged positions within this hierarchy of identities that allow for greater latitude and leeway than any other person would have in Shane things that are racist famine, Tori, ugly, anti semitic. Whatever the case may be. There is no one single standard because all these standards based on intersectional belief have to be adjusted and readjusted in the in the moment, really based on the petty short-term needs of the movement. So saw break down there. And the women's March is obviously full of people who are really delusional, but perhaps a conversation for another time break your team will be right back. You know, what's smart figuring out who to hire to take your business to the next level in two thousand nineteen? You know, what else is smart start in the new year off strong going to ZipRecruiter dot com slash book to hire the right people..

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"bob bland" Discussed on The View

The View

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on The View

"Gatien's too. Well, first of all, those allegations are not true. That is not how that meeting happened and the women's March to the was lying, the the people that the journalists spoke to did not tell the truth here period, full stop. And I think it's important for us to understand all be very clear in this room that the women's March unequivocably condemns anti-semitism bigotry and Dan fair remarks about Jewish people, and we have repeatedly in statement after statement this year, which are available directly on our website for anyone to read. We condemn any statements of hate and we've actually been working so hard over the last two years to fight this type of hate over and over again, and we're committed to repairing any harm because we understand that the Jewish community is feeling hurt right now. And we want to make sure I don't speak for Jewish people. But I think I'm just conceal. Used these marks. I mean goes on death to Israel over and over. Again, we did not make those you can't. Seething with a man. What I will say to you is that I don't agree with many of minister Farrakhan statement says Jewish people as I said, I don't agree with many of minister Farrakhan's statement, condemn them. I don't agree with these statements at the end of the day. Whoa. Condemn it. No, no to be very clear. It's not my language. It's not the way that I speak. It is not how I organize, and I think it is very clear over the twenty years of my own personal activism my own personal track. Record who I am. And should never be judged through the lens of a man that is actually not what this is supposed to be about. I don't wanna be judged to the lines up something that speaking for all women when you're associated with extreme anti semitism, and you are you comfortable both of you being on stage with a Trump supporter someone whose pro-life someone who is a very, you know, the The cigarette. yes, we are a Trump supporting woman conservative pro-life woman on stage with you guys at the next month. Absolutely, no prerequisite for people coming. The my whole life women. We know this. Who have pro-life women in my family who as a result of the women's March had been engaging in what we call courageous conversations with me over the last two years that have helped expand all of our understanding. We welcome pro-life women. We welcome conservative women to the women's March, the women's March is open, and and so my last question. Is do you understand? Why people feel that use stepping down might put some air between all of this before a conversation can continue. I also Bill of people who don't want me to step down. And so, you know, there's there's both sides of that. There are people who actually support my leadership, and I am willing to lead until my term women's March is okay. Thank you guys for common. We'll be right back..

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"bob bland" Discussed on The View

The View

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on The View

"The first woman's March took place the day after the new guy was inaugurated on January twenty first and it became one of the largest protests and history, and it happened all over the country. You argue Nuys DC. What was your response when you saw? How people were coming out. Well, I mean, it was incredible. You know, obviously, the turn out and also just all of the emotion that went into the planning we actually organized, not just DC nationally and internationally. So it was a lot of work that went into that day. And obviously the the combination of it was great. But many of us particularly the women of color who except in to be lead as we were called to come and be leaders of the March to ensure that the March was diverse we weren't really shocked that people were so angry and had this such you know, such an intense feeling we knew that this country was in trouble. And that it was only a before a moment in history that would come that. We would all need to be called to the table to address it. I just as a new activist looking at one point two million women allies, just in DC alone. I saw that these are the leaders we've been waiting for. And we always wanted to see these women become the face of our leadership and the face of the nation. And I think that's what we saw in the midterm elections where we saw historical outpouring of thousands of women running for office. And in the congress alone over one hundred coming into congress for the first time. Well, there has been some controversy surrounding the the the women's March organization, and and to me you came under some fire for your relationship with Louis Farrakhan, and the nation of Islam now, he's known for being antisemitic for being homophobic, but you do attend his events and you posted I believe a photo together. Calling him a goat, which means the greatest of all time. And you are running an organization that says if fights biggest bigotry, do you understand why your association with him is quite problematic? Now, I think it's important to put the my attendance my presence at savior's day, which is the highest holy day for the nation of Islam improper contacts, you know, as a leader as a black leader in a country that is still dealing with some very serious unresolved issues as it relates to the black experience in this country. I go into a lot of difficult spaces. I wrote a piece immediately following the beginning of this controversy talking about wherever my people are that's where I must also be. So I also go into prisons where there are people who have been convicted of heinous acts, and I am trying to help people to move from wherever they are today and build that unity to bring them to a place where we live in a more fair and equitable society. And I think that that work is not. Easy for everyone to understand. But it certainly worked at I'm committed to and everywhere that I go is difficult. The women's March was very difficult. I met with a lot of women who did not even understand. Why race was important to be a part of the conversation as it relates to women's rights issues. And it was a lot of you know, offensive rhetoric that I heard, and you know, and just because you go into a space with someone does not mean that you agree with everything that they say let me push back a little bit. Why call him the greatest of all tied in call him the greatest of all time because of his rhetoric at called him the greatest of all time because of what he's done in black communities, and I think that. I just interject quickly. I would never be comfortable supporting someone who called. I'm not anti Semite. I anti termite. It's the wicked Jews the false Jews that are promoting lesbianism homosexuality actually spoke with the journalists from tablet magazine who released an investigation report on your organization, and in part, they alleged that there is a lot of antisemitism surrounding this March..

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"bob bland" Discussed on The View

The View

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on The View

"Table with his big new brands for supporting undocumented immigrants getting lots of buzz on a totally different. Look who else does hitting the view Jeb tau, Regina hall, and Don Cheadle FANG with the lady this week on the view on ABC. The head and Oprah edition of year deal and the co-presidents of the women's March taped on the raging controversies casting a shadow on this year's March. We all back with ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. I got the whole thing in this time. So glad we have here for this. So the the missing link for me is how do you go from hearing people on TV saying we've known it's been an agent the whole time to literally the FBI then launching an investigation into a sitting president looking into whether or not he's an agent for the Russians how much evidence do you need for that? And then where does Muller fit into all of this? Well, this is again, this is FBI director, the acting FBI director of the time, Andrew McCabe, and I think what it shows and we've seen through some of the text messages of some of the others involved in this decision including Peter Struck and Lisa page. These were people that data detested, Donald Trump. And now they're running the FBI and they're able to open this counterintelligence investigation. And they they believe that they had solid reason the president with acting in a way. Well, I think I think there are reasons to be skeptical this, but I think the biggest one is what happened afterwards. And there is no indication that Robert Muller picked up any of this. And here's an I'm very. The important point where we are. Now, just I believe weeks away from getting a final report from Robert Mueller. And there is so much anticipation so much speculation about what he's going to show. He has been looking into this whole range of issues, and I am led to believe by people who have interacted with these special counsel that we should be prepared for him to release a report that is anti climatic that on the he's already look he's already done a lot. He's already gotten more than thirty indictments the president's inner circle. His campaign chairman convicted his national security adviser indicted, his personal lawyer. So much is already been there. But on the central question of did Donald Trump or anybody in his campaign coordinate collude with the Russians in their effort to meddle in the twentieth? Sixteen campaign we have seen zero evidence of that. And no, we'll we'll we look Manafort has has been indicted because of his his personal corruption what he has done. And we know there was this revelation that he gave polling data. But there's no indication that Manafort either knew of or helped the Russians in their efforts to hack into the DNC emails, John Podesta's emails, or that that massive internet campaign to undermine public the public discourse here, you're saying there's no indication but Muller has kept this investigation. Harry close to the vest. So there may be no indication right now. But we we don't really know because he's been so very good at that. But to keep the conversation moving my my question is in terms of what? What would constitute spying Mets pretty broad? Right. Isn't it? It could be witting or unwitting an absolutely. And that's what and the amazing part of that of this revelation in the New York Times on this investigation opened by Andrew McCabe is that they actually were looking into the possibility that he was doing wittingly that he knew that he was effectively working on behalf of Latimer Putin. But again, we've seen no indication that that has gone further. But the president's own behavior has given. I mean, how often do you hear people say, you know, how do you explain why he's never been able to criticize Vladimir Putin? He flat. How do you? How do you explain that on multiple occasions? He has basically he has said sometimes that he accepts the intelligence communities finding on the meddling. But he's also said that he, you know, Putin spend very firm very strong in his denials. How do you explain all this? You know, the thing is you have to separate the policy from his rhetoric. And his personal behavior and the policy has been mixed..

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"bob bland" Discussed on The View

The View

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on The View

"Well, we're still good necklace. We are here. All patients. The mayor. So like, you know, we're I know you see John Collins. So we call him because we want some help understanding what the hell is going on is the ABC. Okay. Chief White House. I was just about everybody can do my job. Why am I here? John. Can you just break all this Russia down for explain to us? What exactly is going on? Well, first of all, this is an extrordinary story in the New York Times. This was the FBI in the days after Komi was fired the FBI led by then acting director Andrew McCabe, they'd open a counterintelligence investigation into whether or not the president either. Wittingly or unwittingly was a affectively an agent of the Russian government. It's an amazing story. A couple of important things to say about it won't it reflects the deep distrust total breakdown in trust I would say between the president of the United States and the Federal Bureau investigation. Right that they would actually be investigating the president's actions. Not during the campaign, not the question of collusion. But whether or not he was acting as president as an agent of the Russian federation that said, there's another very important thing, which is an in. Eventually, we got the appointment of. Special counsel, Robert Muller, and there has been zero indication that that has been part of the Muller investigation. There was enough evidence. Make that part of the Russia investigation. So I it says a lot about how suspicious the presence behavior was his meeting with the Russians with the Russian ambassador, the Russian Foreign Minister in the Oval Office. But it also says a lot about the way the FBI leadership at that time all of whom have been or gone viewed the president of the United States. So let's talk about the meeting in Helsinki. Yeah. Because that that's glaring. I mean, he basically took Putin the Russian side against the CIA and the FBI I remember that. And nobody knew what went on there except for the interpreter. And then he took the notes away from the interpreter. So what do we make of all that? I mean we ever going to get those notes. Well, that was the that was the meeting in Hamburg that was a different meeting with Putin. But but but but but the president still in Helsinki I saw that. But nobody was there except the to exactly And there's. here's some important context that this president does something that I have never heard of any other president do he meets with foreign leaders one on one with translators. So we know he's done it with Putin several times with no no with with with no national security advisor. No secretary of state. No, nobody else from from his team. But it's important to point out that that's a total break with precedence. And there's reasons why you don't do that first of all the president's not the doesn't know everything in the world about whatever country, you know. And no matter how brilliant the president is. But Secondly, if you have to follow up or anything coming out of those meetings, you need your national security apparatus to do that. But it's also important to point out. He didn't just do it with Putin. He met one on one with several other leaders he met one on one with Kim Jong Hoon for an hour and a half and Singapore, he met one on one with president Xi of China at mar-a-lago he takes phone calls from foreign leaders in the residents just just him. Which again normally you have your whole team there. So, you know, it's important context. It's not just the way he behaves with. Putin. Stay please. We have more to talk about. We'll be right back. It is Jonathan Clark. Oh on the view, New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio hits the.

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"bob bland" Discussed on The View

The View

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on The View

"When you. Woodcutting when you first heard just that this was going on. I thought. I I was surprised that there was a counter intelligence investigation going on. Because I think we all knew that there was an investigation going on into collusion and an investigation going on into obstruction? But the fact that the FBI opened up a counter intelligence investigation into the president of the United States is a counter intelligence investigation is basically an investigation by the FBI to determine whether or not be acting sitting president of the United States is a foreign spy for foreign power that floored me, in fact, I was driving into work this morning with my mom, and my mom said as she has never she's never floored about anything. She said his possible that the sitting United States president is a Russian spy, and I just said, I don't know. That's the thing though. I don't I don't think anyone has answers right now. I was I was just shocked by it. And frankly of all the things we've talked about it this table. This is by far, I don't even have a word for it. But the craziest because we're now in this place where you either you're going to have a President Trump who wins another four years or he gets ousted from office for potentially or for being an agent for the Russians like we're just in this really strange place as a country. Look full disclosure. I'm sitting here with my dad's the ambassador to Russia. I think he would be more shocked than anybody. If this were true. So they're still a lot that we don't know might not know your father is an ambassador this is covert operations. He may not know what's going on is Trump able though of covert operations. I don't. Honey. That that is a oh. That is a good point. I mean is you know, he can barely run our country, let alone it's hard for me to think he'd be like this like brilliant, espionage spy, but I put nothing off the table anymore, and and in twenty nineteen because I think we're on earth to and there's some parallel universe of earth one where like Jeb Bush is president and I'm happy and like Steph, but I will say the New York Times reported that there's no evidence as merged publicly that Mr. Trump was secretly in contact with or took direction from Russian government officials the problem with the political optics of this administration is when you go to Helsinki, and you look like you're palling around one of the worst dictators of my generation and insistently how in secret, but help people could believe it like Brian Grazer this simple solution. We'll mega that he. He's pulling out of Syria that helps the Russians he they changed the whole policy of, you know, I think again convention. We'll maybe you do, but it helps Assad doesn't it? But yes, but yeah, yes. It doesn't mean that and say. Are in its in in the benefit of the extermination of the west which is what Putin's number one was by far. So at the Republican convention, they changed the platform. So that they now they specically this helping the Russia have pulled it when they invaded Ukraine. We are now not acting. Stop selling them. Well, Kim a ten I wanna say one thing because like sounds on. I r really, and I think most when I we're all Subotica on this. If you're offended by that you should be offended by Tulsi Gabbard running for president. She's the mouthpiece for Bishara al-assad. She went and met with him and came back and spewed his propaganda. It is embarrassing for the Democratic Party at the same time us as Americans should be on the same page about murderous dictator. But she's what a congresswoman and we're talking about the prisoner. But I'm just saying it you should be equally offended probably by everybody. Yeah. Yeah. Friend. But you know, who reacted to the to the report when he emerged from the White House before we went on air this way. And this is what he said I never worked for Russia. And you know that answer better than anybody. I never worked for Russia. Not only did I never work for Russia. I think it's a disgrace that you even ask that question because it's a whole big fat hoax. It just a hoax..

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"bob bland" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Orlands women's March New Orleans women's March say their January event is now off after a dress. Drop-off in support the Washington Times reports. Due to several issues. We have decided it is necessary to cancel the two thousand nineteen women's March in New Orleans, the national organization for women Baton Rouge chapter posted on social media on Friday, though, they did not addition initially specified, the issues that led now to cancelling the New Orleans women's March one of the largest in the country. A further statement indicated a severe drop off in both participation and fundraising after two major exposes in tablet, magazine, Jewish magazine and the New York Times revealed that the national women's March hierarchy was a hotbed of anti-semitism and racism now Baton Rouge. That's the national organization for women Baton Rouge was clear it believes the national women's March leadership, including organizers, Bob bland, tend to come Mallory or to Mika Mallory Linda Sarsour well known. You know, Muslim Brotherhood anti-semites and Carmen Perez should resign. Many of the sister marches have asked the leaders of the women's March Inc to resign. As of today. They have yet to do. So now Baton Rouge statement said the controversy as dampening efforts of sister marches sisters sisters, it's the sister March. So they just discovered years into this. What I've been saying for years, and what so many others have been pointing out for years. It's a bunch of anti-semites they're bunch of lefty racist anti-semites and they've been running the show for two years. And the news media is ignored it, and everybody's ignored it because they're leftists and they lie all the time. And they're not a legitimate news media and another cancelling it all over the place because they're just discovered there's gambling going on on the backs and the back of Rick Kev Rick's cafe American. It's just these people are such a disgraceful. It's astonishing. Hey with all the reports in the news.

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"bob bland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who was an organizer for the March on Washington in nineteen sixty three for the civil rights movement. But first how do the women's March get off the ground? Here's paula. You know, there was traces shook she put her her idea on Facebook because she had this idea and she was angry. She was an organized she'd never organized before in our lives. She lived in. Why she puts it on Facebook. Like, I'm going to watch on March on Washington on January twenty first who's with me, she goes asleep. She wakes up. It's ten thousand people are saying she's coming in. She's like, I don't know what I'm doing. So she connects with Bob bland, Bob bland and connects with a whole bunch of other women white women all of them are white. They're not working and some of them one of them. I don't know who actually says let's let's call it the million woman March. So that explodes on Facebook. Really because of the historical problems that feminism has had with white women and women of color in particular, black women, so that wound, and it's a generational wound. Reopens and those women I have to say those five women were six white women that were organized enough that time realize, oh, well, we don't have any women of color leading this with us. We need to reach out and we need to find women of color. So Vanessa rubble was one of those women she reaches out to Michael Skolnik, Michael Skolnik caused one to beacon Carmen who are the national co chairs along with Bob plan, and they come on board. The damage was done. Right. And what we did what I spent a lot of my time and a lot of the other women of color organizers from the women's March better spend, our time on was reaching out to our community is to say, hey, yeah, they step in the beginning. But now, this is a different this is a different organization. It's it's it's all of us, and we are leading this. And so what I said during that time is look we don't have one woman of color at the at the table. We don't have to we actually have like eight women of color leading this thing. Like, we are at the table, creating the vision the policy the unity principles, what this is going to be if we don't show up now than when are we going to show up and the reality is is that most women that showed up at the women's March at the March on Washington, we're white like that's the reality. But we had a lot of women of color, and we presented an intersectional movement. And we did it in a way in which for the first time on a main stage was happening the United States. We did not come up with that concept. Kimberly Crenshaw did in the eighties. But nonetheless, we said okay here. Here's this idea America run with it, and they have and they didn't and people are fumbling through it and learning and and trying to figure it out. But I don't think that you can say that this movement is a white woman movement because the most marginalized voices have been at the leadership from the beginning. So thinking about the role of art again in bringing more people in to the movement and more women of color into the movement that did art play a role in doing that as well. As making sure that the women who are actually organizing it were diverse. Yeah. Art played a huge role in the organization of the women's March. And we ended up with over one hundred and fifty you know, really well respected while known artists who we leaned on very heavily to lead the charge on this stuff. You know because. We were getting so much pushback. But you know, when America Ferrera or Yara Shahidi or Tracy Ellis Ross posts about their support of the women's March. Suddenly, you know, a whole new audiences opened up to us. We. Pelican speak marvelous. But we partnered with an organization called amplifier and all the most iconic art work that you know, is now so, you know, visually like you're like, oh, it's women's March. You know, oh, that's the resistance that all came out of our partnership with amplifier who we continue to work with our consideration for who was going to be on the stage, which Paolo was incredibly intentional, and, you know, the collaboration that we had with artists, and you know, the work we did on social media and the work that we did in our messaging. I would say were a big part of the success. And I would just say so we had incredible honorary co chairs that were part of the women's March Gloria Steinem was one dollars worth that was another Angela Davis ladonna Harris. And then we had Mr. Harry Belafonte was also one of our honorary co chairs, and we organized out of his offices that was. Women's March headquarters he left us his offices, which was incredible in one night. It was in December knows very cold. Because I remember very clearly I was late night. Mr. be as we like to call him, Mr. be shut up at the office as a surprise. And Mr. be at that time us eighty nine ninety years old. He had recently had a stroke. So he came in with his Walker was a big deal for him to be there in my son happened to be there that night too because I hadn't seen him for a while. So we're sitting at the table at his table in his office. My son's on his lap, Mr. be sitting there, and he. Is just like the most brilliant minds still. And he's telling a story is about time. Am while he organized, a civil rights March the March on Washington, you know, he had Bob Dylan Maher in jumbo says there, and and Lena Horne they're like he got all of the artists there that was his role his job, and he said to us, and this is something that really has stuck with me. And he said it before obviously. But it has been kind of the our northstar my north northstar during this time, and he said when the movement is strong the music is strong. And we see that now where we are movement is very strong, and we see how art and specifically music is being influenced by the movement, you know, again, going back to black lives matter. There is no lemonade by beyond say without black lives matter. Right. Black lives matter. Moved inspired an forced. On Seda tell that record to tell those stories, and we can same thing with Kendrick Lamar like there is no Kendrick Lamar. He's an amazing lyricist. He's an amazing rapper, but what made him great in. That moment was the movement that was happening around him. So where we are today with women. We are starting to see the influence of this new women's movement in the art that is is is happening and is and as stemming from today. This is inflection point. I'm Lawrence Schiller. My guests are artists and activists Palam does a and Sarah Sophie flicker to organizers of the women's March on Washington. We'll be back right after a break..

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"bob bland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So it will just be top line thoughts. Rundown on the news the day that kind of stuff we'll see how that goes. You know, we're experimenting with the best ways to organize the hut. Alrighty, Matthew writes, shields high brother, thank you for asking the tough questions. The interview with Bob bland was hard to watch. Great hearing you asking the hard questions, she she seems like a far left loon keep up the amazing work and the team at the U of the team of the hot produce. We need you out there. Well, matthew. Thank you very much. You know, it's it's hard, folks. And I I've heard from a lot of you about this. I have signed up to do a show that is based upon the premise is that the left and the right can speak and not agree. But can speak about things without yelling each other. That's the premise of the show and. It's not easy for me. I'm sure in some sometimes depending on the guests. I'm mean, I'm always cordial and charming and fun. But depending on the guest, it's not always necessarily that easy for my co host. But as I've said, I mean, the women's March founder was she was she was pretty crazy. And I I would very rarely meet for me to have to take the tone that I did in that interview. And I didn't raise my voice or get well, maybe a little bit. But I didn't. Yeah. Or get personal. But it was only in response to just I mean, it was just it was gross the whole thing other so much that was said that was not true, no answers to very legitimate questions. And it's because the left is is overtaken by emotions on these things. And that's why they'll say insane stuff. Like millions of women will die of Cavanaugh is on the supreme court. That's just that's something. That's so stupid to say out loud that a person a normal person should be deeply embarrassed to say that. And and that's I I did I did as well as I could today with the Bob bland interview. Bob's a woman. Those you don't know Bob land interview. Under the circumstances. And I appreciate that. You write about it. Matthew because it wasn't. It felt gross to have to sit there and listen to some of that stuff. And I if I, you know, some of you will probably see buck. Why don't you just, you know, own the lib crushed the enemy all that stuff? You know, then my co-host is going to be she's gonna feel like she has to defend the person. And and it's gonna I'm working within a different dynamic there. That's why I tell you all listen to this radio. This is me. This is where I just get to tell you whatever I want. I don't have to worry about being polite here with the hill. I have to maintain a certain decorum because it's that is the agreement of the show. Right. It's kind of like I'm sitting at a debate. And we've agreed to equal time. Well, we've agreed to equal time. I can't, you know, run roughshod on the other person and interrupt them and all that stuff. Even if they're lying or saying stuff that I don't like, you know, what I mean? That's kind of where it is. All right jar rights. What else did they wait? Hold on a second two things. I'm a couple of days behind. So I'm sure somebody has answered the grave danger is a few good men. Correct. Jar to you said you're going to start throwing out quotes. And just seeing people catch them saying there's a quote for you doesn't allow that. I think the fact that you changed your inflection and gave to line should have been more than enough to tip the hat that there was a quote be called on shield Cy okay jar, buddy. You know, you what you're the rest of the team gonna put on their big boy pants comes to quotes. We'll we'll see how this goes them. I'm just gonna start slipping a mocking to say that was a movie, quote, you might just be like why did he say that weird thing or maybe you don't notice it at all? Okay. We're we're taking the training wheels off. Now the quotes are just gonna get slipped into the show. And we'll see we'll see who can pick it up pick it out. All right. You're you're asked for Joe you want it. You're going to get it you want it. You're going to get it. Let's get Amy. Who writes question when do the actions of the deep state rise to the level of sedition? What is the difference between sedition and treason, do either apply in the case of our governmental situation? I don't think I can hear about John Kerry getting shot in the but again, he needs to retire. Well, sedition has actually very. Very dark history in our country in the sense that it is it is technically conduct that or speech that would bring people to rebel against the state. So it's you know, if you try to conspiracy to overthrow the government would still be a crime. But but sedition in our history goes back to the alien and sedition acts and people people forget this in this country folks in the early eighteen hundreds there were some folks who are who are locked up just for having policies that were unpopular. Journalists were locked up for having policies that were unpopular with the government at the time because of the alien and sedition acts, and and that was let's just say that we we have veered from the first amendment and pretty dramatic fashion. It numerous times in our past and the alien and sedition acts are certainly a an example of that. So sedition isn't something that anyone's gonna get in trouble for right now. I don't even think sedition I'd have to check. I don't think edition is part of the federal criminal code. I think that I don't think that it is. So there's that let's see what we. We have next year in roll call actually what hold on let me let me check that. I don't I don't want to tell you guys. Bad information. Sedition a crime in the US. I can do this in real time. Brandenburg veal Hieaux supreme court case maintains it seditious speech, including yeah. No. It's not a crime. There you go. But you eighteen US code chapter tree, treason, sedition and subversive activities. Well, seditious conspiracy up. Okay. Not it depends on how you define sedition folks seditious conspiracy under eighteen USC two three eight four if two or more persons in any state or territory conspire. Yeah. This is what I said conspire to overthrow put down or destroyed by force. The governor of the United States were to Levy war against them. Then that's seditious conspiracy. Twenty years in prison. Yeah. So seditious conspiracy. If you're if you're conspiring to take action to take action against the government that can be a crime, but just to say, you hate the government and just to say that you wish the government would collapse. I do not think that I think you're going to you're allowed to say that Brandenburg Ohio, AVI, Ohio, the the sedition seditious speeches allowed. So that was interesting actually, I think we're going to get so deep into that one. And and we did we we did dive into that one quite a bit. Bart a buddy Bart from South Carolina. He's always he's not afraid of Borden afraid of no ghost buck, the type of hysteria that sprung up because the non anonymous op Ed and calling for the twenty fifth is well known to me personally, circa nineteen ninety or ninety one. I was a high school delegate to a regional model. UN representing the United States on the Security Council after long. Heated debate. Will we're talking about your UN Security Council. I mean, you're UN nal. You thing. Okay. I'm going to let this one go for now. Breitbart the bar that's got a little long. And I I'm gonna read it. But I don't read it on their Larry rights book. Shields. I I'm a political junkie and subscribe to several podcasts, but yours is still my favorite will Larry. You're my favorite. I have noticed that the volume on your podcast has got lower recently. Could you please check on that is that right, John or a podcast volumes lower. What's going on? John. Did did you order the code red? Also, one little nitpick you frequently referred to the Democratic Party. When technically it is the democrat, the democrat party, keep up the good work. Larry, well, Larry, actually, I'll tell you something buddy. Technically, it's the Democratic Party. I actually tried to call it the democrat party as a little short hand a little bit of a an extended solitary figure if you will. But they they call themselves. The it is the Democratic Party. It is not actually called the democrat party. So I thought it was worth addressing that one. I don't know if you've got Johnny. I mean, we have a super loud New York New York truck driving past the building right now. I have no idea what that's all about. I mean, are they really can you hear that? Okay. Mean New York New York, the whole thing I could hear it's coming through. This is coming through come to the studio here. But anyway. They're trying to get me all excited about New York. I won't you won't break me. I'm in the swamp for now, New York. I miss you. You stay alive. No matter. What occurs. I will find you New York. No matter how long it takes no matter how far. All right. We're gonna hit a quick break. We'll be right back. Do you have something you want to say, but feel you just can't express it especially on today social media, perhaps it's because you don't have.

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"bob bland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Two thousand ten three hundred abortion restrictions have been passed in this country. Many people are unaware of how restricted abortion has become abortions living, we'll have an abortion in their life. And when I think about how politicized this has become I wonder how did this happen the basis of democracy that you control your own body? The basis of democracy. Folks, that's from a new net flicks movie that Netflix is a is now increasingly becoming a left wing outfit. Just like all all they have total dominance in the cultural space when it comes to Hollywood. And it's it's near complete the left gets to control. What movies are made who who gets a platform who gets funding all of it that was Gloria Steinem at the end. They're saying that abortion is the basis of democracy. And that's really also at the at the heart of why the anti cavenaugh protesters were such a bunch of straight up maniacs this past week. And for those you who didn't have a chance to see which I'm assuming is most of you today on on on TV. They were going to stop calling. It heal dot TV sounds like we're not hip till dot TV. That's why here. You're right it, but he'll TV. We had on somebody who was Ramos Bob bland, and she's one of the founders of the women's March, which is this movement that gets went into get together. And they you know, they will March through the streets and they will wear pink anatomically, suggestive hats on their heads. And they dress in Handmaid's, costumes, and all this stuff and the women's marches is inherently also an anti-trump March. That's how this goes. And the same culture news pop culture media who were silent about Bill Clinton's sexual habits and proclivities. A want us to believe that all of a sudden? Now, they've become particularly prudish when it comes to anything Donald Trump related. You know, Donald Trump is so terrible for four terrible terrible for women. And so I sat down and talked to Bob land today and. I'll be honest. It was tough. It was tough because there are certain people who I think are. Misguided but fundamentally decent. And then I think there are people who are just honestly damaging to the country and people who are abortion extremists are gauging to the country, and our I think engaged in a great evil. And I know that there are there are areas of dispute on this issue. And there's and I talk about this probably to my own. At my own peril in the sense that people generally especially late on a Friday. They don't want to hear a discussion about abortion. Are. They probably wanna hear some guy's gonna come on here. And talk about the the big game or something. I'm not putting that down people need escape, I need escape as soon as I'm done with this show. I'm I'm gonna PLA plot myself down, and I was going to say plump myself down. I think that was Freudian. I'm gonna plot myself down and order some were some Korean food. Actually, I think is what I'm planning tonight and watch them Netflix. But I also think that I have an obligation to tell you about things that that really do matter. And it's it's been just heartening to see this week. Just how brainwashed a lot of women are, and it is mostly women that are that are the true radicals on this issue. You know, there are men who will talk about it. But they because of the the way that the feminists have positioned the issue. They've tried to silence pro-life voices that are male by saying we're not allowed to have any say. And so the you really have the the radicals are leftist females on abortion. I'm not saying there aren't men who were radical to. But, but generally, the loudest voices on this, our our our female, and so I spoke to Bob land today, and she comes out and says that Cavanaugh that Cavanaugh well, first of all before I get to cavenaugh part. She says that if Kevin was elected millions of women will die. And you know, this is one of the first I have my limits. And I'm sitting there on TV. And I have I have very progressive co host as you all know, it's not a it is a delicate dance that I have to do every day. No one else does this folks. It's not. And maybe there's a reason why because it's it's almost impossible to do. No one else. Does what I do with crystal every day on that show. It just doesn't exist anywhere else in meteorite now where you have a real conservative and a real progressive were trying to discuss things without with the understanding that we're not gonna make fun of each other. And we're not gonna try to we're going to exchange ideas and information without attempting to win every argument because when you attempt to win an argument over abortion and sixty seconds. You just yell at each other. It just turns into it just turns into nothing. So you know, we're we're operating on this. It's a tightrope act and some ways, I guess, it's very interesting. But in others, it can be tough and today was one of the tough days because the founder of the women's March. And you can go and not that I'm trying to know. I am I guess pitching the show, but you can go to to heal dot TV slash rising and watch it for yourself. I I had to enforce a boundary with Bob because Bob got outta line at one point. But she said that millions of people will die, and I'm sitting here, I'm thinking, this is this is really a form of evil to suggest that millions of women will die because of Brett Kavanagh who's as we've seen this week brilliant. Honorable decent kind. He's everything that we want in an an neighbor in a friend in an American and they've been trying to trash this guy in every possible way that they can. And what I see what she says, it millions of millions of women will die what she's saying is that because of botched abortions, they're all they're going to die. Over this issue. One. That's a wild overstatement of the facts. Meaning that even when you look at the number of women who die because of abortion related or abortion or related complications from it before it was legal. It's you're looking at a company estimate a couple of hundred a year. And I would just awesome that it's incredibly sad that anybody would put their life in jeopardy in that way to end another life. I mean, it's it's it's a deep the the depth of that despair is really hard to fathom. But millions of people are killed because of abortion and have been killed because it's not a theoretical. It's going on still and it has gone on in the past. And I I have one of these moments were you how how do you try to be civil and and win an argument somebody who not only is arguing in favor of murder. But in arguing in favor of murder is claiming that somebody who would stop the murder is the actual murderer. In this case, the theoretical proposition that Cavanaugh would be a part of of not even eliminating really abortion just truncating it by overturning. It would really be Planned Parenthood v. Casey. But the the left doesn't they don't actually read these things they don't know anything that. Now is it was quite a moment. Folks. I I tried not to do what I I had an inclination to just say. So you're saying there's going to be murders. But you're advocating murder, but then it would have just been it would have just been like rolling a stick a dynamite out onto the table of the TV show. And I I didn't wanna I didn't wanna do that. And it it's I can't help. But notice I don't know if it picked up there's thunder and lightning going on here in DC, and that might have actually made its way over the radio waves. Kinda fitting that lightning and thunder happenings. I'm talking about this. So and then it just devolved a little bit more from there. They said or Bob bland of the women's March said that Cavanaugh believes that all all a birth control is is abortion. And I just said that's a he didn't see he no one says that no one says that a condom is the same as an abortion. There's just I don't know people say that it's immoral to us. But they don't say it's the same as an abortion. That's not that would be unscientific on sound. I mean using a condom is not the same as an abortion. No one no one that. I know makes that claim they make Catholics. Don't believe in contraception. I mean, I'm familiar with the doctrine, but they, you know, they don't say that is an abortion, and this was the claim that the women's March. This is all she's supposed to care about and she made this climate. And I said, I really don't this is just not I I don't know what to say to you. This is not what happened. Sure enough. We just kind of got into a squabble about what was really said. Or not said within. I just love I asked a well. How is this guy? Such an extremist when ninety seven senators voted for him to be on the DC court of appeals. None of them had a problem with him. Then now they all have a problem with him. No ends. I mean, not even though not even a a smidgen of an answer. And and then all this stuff about the all this language. They used by women and autonomy in the body. It's like if if you really think that you are a you are a slave to the state or something if you really think that you aren't free unless you have a medical right for what is often a funded crushing of a tiny fetus and dismembering of it. I don't know your your your your soul has been has been corrupted in in a really profound way. And it's it's hard. You know, I'm not arguing with somebody here over the over what the top tax rate should be that. I know how to do. I'm not arguing somebody over the morality of of of particular military action, or you know, that's complicated. But that I know how to do, but somebody who thinks that murder is life and life is murder is very hard to have a civil conversation with and what having this discussion with the foul. Founder of the women's March. Would it did was just highlight? This for me, and this is not a thoughtful person. This is not a kind person this is a radical and really the synapses in her brain seem to me to be similar to what you'd be dealing with somebody who believes that. Kafar nonbelievers should be killed Islamic radical believes that right that you're you can be your throat can be slit like cattle. If you're a coup, far, it's show outside your perception of what is moral and ethical and right? How do you even start to pull somebody back from that? So while I have done my fair share. I think oh, and I also said what do you think about the people dressed as condoms and Handmaid's tale? Women and all this stuff. And she said, well, I don't know about that. So we'll you're just lie. You're now, you're just making fooling yourself. Here's a liar. So enjoy your lies.

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"bob bland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Since two thousand ten three hundred abortion restrictions have been passed in this country. Many people are unaware of how restricted abortion has become the legislative priority needs to be something that was stop abortions living. We'll have an abortion life. And when I think about how politicized this has become I wonder how did this happen? It's the basis of democracy, you control your body. The basis of democracy. Folks, that's from a new net flicks movie that Netflix is a is now increasingly becoming a left-wing outfit. Just like all all they have total dominance in the cultural space when it comes to Hollywood. And it's it's near complete the left gets control. What movies are made who who gets a platform who gets funding all of it that was Gloria Steinem at the end. They're saying that abortion is the basis of democracy. And that's really also at the at the heart of why the anti cavenaugh protesters were such a bunch of straight up maniacs this past week. And for those you who didn't have a chance to see which I'm assuming is most of you today on on on TV they were going to stop calling. It heal dot TV sounds like we're not hip. You know? Yes. Heal dot TV. That's what I hear you write it. But he'll TV. We had on somebody who is Bob bland, and she's one of the founders of the women's March, which is this movement that gets waiting into get together. And they they will March through the streets and they will wear pink anatomically, suggestive hats on their heads. And they dress in Handmaid's, costumes, and all this stuff and the women's marches is inherently also an anti-trump March. That's how this goes. And the same media figures and news media figures in pop culture, news, pop culture media who were silent about Bill Clinton's sexual habits and proclivities. Want us to believe that all of a sudden? Now, they've become particularly prudish when it comes to anything Donald Trump related. You know, Donald Trump is so terrible for four terrible terrible for women. And so I sat down and talk. To Bob land today, and it was tough. It was tough because there are certain people who I think are. Misguided but fundamentally decent. And then I think there are people who are just honestly damaging to the country and people who are abortion extremists are damaging to the country. And our I think engaged in a a great evil. And I know that there are there are areas of dispute on this issue. And there's I talked about this probably to my own. At my own peril in the sense that people generally, especially I think late on a Friday. They don't want to hear a discussion about abortion. Are. They probably wanna hear some guy's gonna come on here and talk about the the big game or something. And I'm not putting down people need escape, I need escape as soon as I'm done with this show. I'm I'm gonna plop plop myself down. And I was gonna say plump myself down. I think that was Freudian. I'm gonna plot myself down and order some were some Korean food. Actually, I think is what I'm planning tonight and watch Netflix. But I also think that I have an obligation to tell you about things that really matter, and it's it's been disheartening to see this week. Just how brainwashed a lot of women are, and it is mostly women that are that are the true radicals on this issue. You know, there are men who will talk about it. But they because of the. The way that the feminists have positioned the issue. They've tried to silence pro-life voices that are male by saying we're not allowed to have any say. And so the you really have the the radicals are leftist females on abortion. I'm not saying there aren't men who were radical to. But, but generally, the loudest voices on this, our our our female, and so I spoke to Bob land today and. She comes out and says that Cavanaugh. Cavanaugh? Well, first of all before I get cabinet part. She said that if Kevin was elected millions of women will die. And this is one of the first I have my limits. And I'm sitting there on TV. And I have I have very progressive co host as you all know, it's not a it is a delicate dance that I have to do every day. No one else does this folks. It's not. And maybe there's a reason why it's almost impossible to do. No one else. Does what I do with crystal every day on that show. It just doesn't exist anywhere else in meteorite now where you have a real conservative and a real progressive who are trying to discuss things without with the understanding that we're not gonna make fun of each other. And we're not gonna try to we're going to exchange ideas and information without attempting to win every argument because when you attempt to win an argument over abortion at sixty seconds. You just yell at each other. It just turns into it just turns into nothing. So you know, we're we're operating on this. It's a tight rope act and some ways, I guess it's very interesting, but in others. It can be tough and today was one of the tough days because the founder of the women's March, and you can go and not that I'm trying to. No, I I guess pitching the show, but you can go to heal dot TV slash rising and watch it for yourself. I I had to enforce a boundary with Bob Bob got online at one point. But she said that millions of people will die, and I'm sitting here, I'm thinking, this is this is really a form of evil to suggest that millions of women will die because of Brett Kavanagh who's as we've seen this week brilliant. Honorable decent kind. He's everything that we want in an an a neighbor in a friend in an American and they've been trying to trash this guy in every possible way that they can. And what I see what she says, it millions of people millions of women will die what you're saying is that because of botched abortions, they're all going gonna die. Over this issue. One. That's a wild overstatement of the facts. Meaning that even when you look at the number of women who died because of abortion related or version or related complications from it before it was legal. It's you're looking at a company estimate a couple of hundred a year, and I would just awesome that it's incredibly sad that anybody would put their life in jeopardy in that way to end another life. I mean, it's it's it's a deep the the depth of that despair is really hard to fathom. But millions of people are killed because of abortion and have been killed because it's not a theoretical. It's going on still and it has gone on in the past. And I have one of these moments were you how how do you try to be civil and and win an argument somebody who not only is arguing in favor of murder. But in arguing in favor of murder is claiming that somebody who would stop the murder is the actual murderer. In this case, the theoretical proposition that Cavanaugh would be a part of of not even eliminating really abortion just truncating it by overturning really be Planned Parenthood v. Casey. But the the left doesn't they don't actually read these things they don't know anything. Now is a was of quite a moment. Folks. I I tried not to do what I, you know. I had an inflation to just say, so you're saying there's going to be murders. But you're advocating murder, but then it would have just been it would have just been like rolling stick of dynamite out onto the table of the TV show. And I didn't wanna I didn't wanna do that. And it's I can't help. But notice I don't know if it picked up, but there's thunder and lightning going on here in DC, and that might have actually made its way over the radio waves. Kinda fitting that lightning and thunder things. I'm talking about this. So and then it just devolved a little bit more from there. They said or Bob bland of the women's March said that Cavanaugh believes that all all a birth control is of abortion. And I just said that's a he didn't see no says that no one says that a condom is the same as an abortion. There's just I don't know people say that it's immoral to us. But they don't say it's the same as an abortion. That's not that would be unscientific unsound. I mean using a condom is not the same as an abortion. No one no one that. I know makes that claim they make Catholics. Don't believe in contraception. I mean, I'm familiar with the doctrine, but they don't say that economists an abortion, and this was the claim that the women's March. This is all she's supposed to care about and she made this climate. And I said, I really don't this is just not I I don't know what to say to you. This is not what happened. Sure enough. We just kinda got into a squabble about what was really said. Or not said within. I just love I ask him. Well, how is this guy such an extremist one ninety seven senators voted for him to be on the DC quarter of appeals. None of them had a problem with him. Then now they all have a problem with him. No answer. I mean, not even the not even a smidgen of an answer. And and then all this stuff about the all this language. They use about women and autonomy and the body. And it's like, if if you really think that you are you are a slave to the state or something if you really think that you aren't free unless you have a medical right for what is often a taxpayer-funded crushing tiny fetus and dismembering of it. I don't know your your your your soul has been has been corrupted in a really profound way. And it's it's hard. You know, I'm not arguing with somebody here over the tower. What the top tax rate should be that. I know how to do. I'm not argue somebody over the morality of of particular military action, or you know, that's complicated. But that I know how to do, but somebody who thinks that murder is life and life is murder is very hard to have a civil conversation with and what having this discussion with the foul. Founder of the women's March. Would it did was just highlight this for me? This is not a thoughtful person. This is not a kind person this is a radical. And really the shenanigans is in her brain is seem to me to be similar to what you'd be dealing with with somebody who believes that. Cou far nonbelievers should be killed Islamic radical believes that right that you're you can be your throat can be slipped like cattle. If you're a coup, far, it's show outside your perception of what is moral and ethical and right? How do you even start to pull somebody back from that? So while I have done my fair share. And I think oh, and I also said what do you think about the people dressed as condoms Handmaid's tale? Women and all this stuff. And she said, well, I don't know about that. So we'll just a lot. Now, you're just making fools. Here's a liar. In. Enjoy your lies be on TV enjoy your life. But. It was. Hanging almost felt felt dirty afterwards is being the same. And I've been around a lot of bad people in the media business. I worked at CNN, folks. But today was was really something else. But while I mock them, and they're stupid costumes, and there there are obvious political ignorance and the idiocy that's often on display. It was also. It was discouraging. It's discouraging that in this country and this time when so much is going well and so much is going, right? We have this great stain on the moral character of this country and not only is it there. But we have people who will go to any lengths to defend it. And that is troubling. Because when that has been the case in the past it has led us to very dark places. All right..

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"bob bland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"bob bland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hearings started out yesterday for which judge Brad Kavanagh to be confirmed to the supreme court that very first boy, you heard there was Linda Sarsour. She of the the women's March. She's one of the cofounders along with Bob bland, he was there. And he also was arrested yesterday. Also, arrested was actress piper parallel I've heard of. But I can't tell you anything. She's been in. The cavenaugh hearing you remember that. Well, they put that on IMDB that she she was a featured performer in the cavenaugh hearing is she was screaming women in the background. Ultraviolet co-founder Shawna. Thomas Donahue, ultra-violet is either. And then Linda Sarsour, Bob bland, a code pink protesters as well. We haven't heard from code pink. And while they wait for things like this. We have we got a gig. They're very excited. If you need somebody to yell just higher code pink. These shouts the shouting stuff this nonsense every fifteen to twenty minutes. It was just craziness. From the women's March Twitter account. They tweeted out we're disrupting the cavenaugh hearings every few minutes with hundreds of women prepared to get arrested to prevent these hearings from moving forward, and isn't it adorable that they actually thought it would prevent the hearings for moving forward. That I thought that that was and they've got hashtag canceled Cavanaugh because we can't take we can't stay silent as the women's as the rates women fought for generations to secure are taken away. They're making it sound as if he's as if judge cavenaugh gets on the bench women are going to have to stay in their homes. They're not going to be allowed to have jobs anymore. They won't be able to vote. You know, we're we're just going to go back to the good old days is that is that what they think it's the weirdest thing ever all women's rights are going to be taken away. There's no space left for them to go after a truly horrible person other than arson like if you'd have to burn the building down in order to go after somebody, you know, more vehement way they were over the top yesterday the Bork hearings for nothing like this. I saw last night. Fox News was also playing from clips from the Thomas hearings. Yeah. And he'd called it a high tech lynching ever since judge Bork. This whole thing has gone downhill, and it is really it's embarrassing. I think it's childish what we go through. And the fact that we sit here and put up with it in our elected officials behave in this manner to me is just really disgusting. Because it wasn't just the protesters. You you had the chairman chairman Grassley who was trying to to get into this. And literally within seconds you hear Kamala Harris and Senator Blumenthal jump into takeover where the protesters left off. Morning. Hi, welcome everyone to this confirmation. Hearing on the nomination of Mr Chairman Cavanaugh, Mr Chairman to serve as a societas Justice. Before we proceed? Mr Chairman, I'd like to be recognized to ask a question before we proceed the committee received just last night. Let's say fifteen hours ago. German regular pages of documents that we have not had an opportunity to review or read or analyze you're out of order out perceive. We cannot possibly move forward. Mr Chairman, very warm. Welcome. To have a meaning Ashley. We cannot be recognized. I moved to adjourn the American people, and I moved to adjourn directly..

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"bob bland" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bob bland" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Take you down to help with them 'cause that's where you're there hit okay'd the good choose to separate our cells from the satanic jews at at you remember when president trump was shamefully slow when he was in dissociating himself from david duke do you remember that a david do is far less effective far less impassioned far less consistent in his crazed antisemitic to hatred event louis farrakhan as somebody made the point that david duke has about forty thousand twitter followers louis farrakhan has a half a million he also has followers and supporters all democrats who are members of congress of the united states why is that permitted can you imagine can you just imagine if if this had been somebody who was a conservative who was white who are basically made these points how quickly people would drop associations with such an individual one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six this on to make a mallory i she is listed together with another individual who is a poisonous way and devotedly anti israel and borderline antisemitic not as clear as as far akon named linda sarsour those two to make a lot mallory linda sarsour along with carmen perez and bob bland or the organizers of the women's march that worldwide protests that started the day after trump's inauguration and continues as a protest movement and farrakhan went on to have this to say he seems to pretend that he can't understand why he would ever be accused of ju hatred lesson what have i done to make jewish people hate me now i want you could miss have you ever heard they wanted these listen to me how and hung one jewish person if we our hate show us by our deeds what justifies calling us hate when these not one thing you could save truth they done to jewish okay it is a clear that most hate groups are not accused of being hate groups simply because of violence that of course is the most serious form of hatred but there is such a thing as hate speech is they're not and if you're talking about one of the things that he said and his ranted saviors day was jews are the mothers and fathers of apartheid member that uh he said a right there you heard it was so ironic about that is that jewish people were the.

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"bob bland" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"bob bland" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And of course for people who are active in anna why the nation of islam religious called they tend to view louis farrakhan as a larger than life supernatural divine messianic figure and he had this to say by way of uplifting the group growing hear the put on me the government is in my opinion the powerful jew oh my see the jones and couldn't home wctc those agencies of government goal boy the mother and father when you want something in this world did you holds the door white folks going down in satan is going down farrakhan by god's greece has pulled a three here it is trade deal time is you'll world is and the good q you bet us marie from dc pending jews list the q down to hail with them because that's where they hit it okay the good chew two separate our cells from the satanic jews at at you remember when president trump was shamefully slow when he was in dissociating himself from david duke do you remember that a david duke is far less effective far less impassioned far less consistent in his crazed antisemitic ju hatred and then louis farrakhan as somebody made the point that david duke has about forty thousand twitter followers louis farrakhan has a half a million he also has followers and supporters all democrats who are members of congress of the united states why is that permitted can you imagine can you just imagine if if this had been somebody who was a conservative who was white who are basically made these points how quickly people would drop associations for such an individual one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six this on to make a mallory she is listed together with another individual who is a poisonous way and devotedly anti israel and borderline antisemitic not as clear as as far akon named linda sarsour those two to make a lot of mallory linda sarsour along with carmen perez and bob bland or the organizers of the women's march that worldwide protests that started the.

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"bob bland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bob bland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The hundreds of thousands to express outrage the day after president donald trump's inauguration similar protests it's happened throughout the country throughout the world this weekend people will take to the streets again but unlike last year the marquee event is a rally in las vegas and purist leyla fadzil sent this report why las vegas us it's a far cry from the capitol where over a million marchers came together last year and that's why national organizers like bob bland the founder of the original march chose it for the anniversary it was more important for us to create an a van somewhere strategic that reflected the work that needed to be done in two thousand eight team and nevada is an example of a battleground say that went for hillary clinton and went blue for the first time in two thousand sixteen that you're nevada also elected the first latina senator and with midterm elections coming up bland says she and her three cofounders want to highlight that work and go to a battleground state where women are running for local state and national offices they're going to register and mobilise voters and after this sunday they'll had to ten other swing states for rallies around the country we are the leaders we've been waiting for there's no better time than now organizers say they're using the anniversary to harness the momentum of the past year into voter power they call themselves the resistance the resistance to this administration and so many conservative women say they don't feel welcome at these marches and rallies one of the big criticisms was the march in dc was mostly white liberal women this year organizers say they are reaching out to local partners after a year of grassroots work to try to access a crosssection of america from minorities to the disenfranchised to women in low income communities put.

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"bob bland" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"bob bland" Discussed on WGTK

"I have always cracked up this most influential people whist and time and other places i can't think of a more ludicrous list at to put these women that there they the the women organized this march one hundred most in visit in the world in america anyway who it doesn't matter the women's march was the most inspiring and transformational moment i've ever witnessed in politics she wrote you said would you say that that is uh this is in today's new york times by the way would you say that that that is word inflation the women's march was the most inspiring and transformational transformed nation how senator gillaibrand were you transformed where emotion yes where inflation word flation that's a word lation or inflation we just made it a word relation they won with her words relation i would like to ask the senator really i could ask senator gillaibrand one question other than how are you i would like to ask her how did the women's march transform you the most inspiring and transformational bowman i've ever witnessed in politics and it happened because four extraordinary women tamika mallory bob bland while blind as a woman i i gotta read up on them carmen perez and linda sarsour have the courage elio her to take on something big important urgent and never gave up so she then describes this as a writer in the new york times who went on the march uh some of her moral misgivings about these four courageous women i'll be back you're listening to the dennis prager show place placing workplaces dennis prager here let's talk about blood flow for a moment we all know that healthy circulation is critical especially as we get older there's a way to support healthy blood flow and that's by getting enough dietary nitrates into your body to convert into nitric oxide superbeets is the most convenient way to get these dietary.

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