21 Burst results for "Breath Cavanaugh"

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And all and make the changes to get the milk. Because this is this is the problem is that this is the. I mean, the big issue here is this is congress appropriating dollars. That's the problem. Well, we ordered voting at least a lot of people did. Anyway, I I think if you don't look this is this is why I don't trust liberals in my money. They spend it on stupid crap. Like watching Hampshire's fight. Yeah. For years thousand dollar hammers and told the paper, I. I mean, why do I care how they react to each other? Why why does it matter? Right. Where I mean. Really? Why does it matter? It does. Yeah. You're right. Why does it matter? Yeah. I'd like to see a study though, I don't know who could go out there as well. And and you notice it I mean, they've talked about Joe Biden's got a wall around his house. The Obamas have fences and walls and all sorts of security measures around their house. The list of of the people that we're dealing hypocrisy here is through the roof. But it's always been do as I say. Now, as I do I mean, there was a joke that went around that went viral of of take the open borders challenge in it. And it shows a do taking the front door off his house. You know, if I if walls don't matter, and, you know, then then okay? Take yours down. Take your front door off. Take take the Vauxhall your house. Let's see what happens never had. Take it down. I with Jerry democrat to do it. And then let me know what happens in about a month. Let's have a conversation and see how it's done for you having a door no door on your house, no locks on your door. No alarm system. Whatever it is that you want to get rid of because you say, we don't need it. Then get rid of it. Open Bank accounts too. Thank you. John five three five nine seven three two three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. I want to get your phone calls in here. And see what you think about this. Also, we got some of these other numbers in here that I'm going to put these up on Facebook for you. Somebody said been tell me about the transgender women thing again. Yes, the fed actually spent six hundred thirteen thousand dollars. For the purpose of boosting intimacy and trust. Of transgendered women and their male counterparts transgendered women and their male counterparts. That's where your tax dollars are going and Democrats part of this strategy that they're that they're laying out for you. Here is they're using strategy that might honestly work with many Americans are trying to say that Donald Trump and his ideas are evil. In politics. We call this dehumanisation of the candidate, you take a man or an idea you turn it into something that is Solis you turn into something that is corrupt you turn into Sunday. It's evil. This is exactly what the Democrats tried to do with breath Cavanaugh just weeks ago. They tried to turn him in some in some sort of predator. In some of somehow as a perverted person, they tried to tournament do some sort of sick and vile human beings. So that all you could think about was I can't take a risk on this guy. It's part of the g humanizing. Now, they're doing the exact same thing that they did a break Cavanaugh to anyone that supports border wall to the president United States of America personally. You know, you had Mike barnicle on MSNBC. Who actually said on MSNBC this week that Trump is just quote an Mt. Man, an empty human being with no soul. Trump could be and again, he asked this question the roundtable. But also declared a statement Trump could be an empty man, an empty human being with no soul. That's the humanizing process. And part of the reason why they're doing this is because when you cannot beat an idea. On its merits when you cannot beat the idea on its merits of the wall, the security and everything else what you end up doing. Is you make this personal? They understand that the majority of Americans actually want border security, and and I and I would argue over fifty percent of Americans want the wall built. So what they're doing is trying to tell you that if you support the wall, you're somehow immoral. We've heard people talk about India's grabbed that audio of talking about the wall being immoral being wrong and immoral. And what they're trying to do is say that if you support it. You're immoral. You have no soul. Just like they said about Donald Trump. He is a man that is immoral. Are the words that he said Trump could be just an empty man and empty human being with no soul. And if you support him urine empty man and an empty human being with no soul. So what they're doing? Now is trying to tell you that. If you support the wall, you are immoral or have no soul. Think about how sick this is. I want to protect people's lives. I wanna stop illegal immigrants from coming across the border. They tell me I well, the wall won't work. It's archaic, and they just jump over it. They'll they'll climb under it. They'll tunnel. All these other things. Okay. If the border wall stops fifty percent of the border crossings, it would save the American taxpayers sixty four billion from welfare social spending in just ten years. Tell me how that's a giant waste of money. Then they say, well, we just can't we you know, it's not gonna pay for itself. Well, we now know that seventy percent of people that stay in this country that are legals. Are on some sort of government aid. Well, then they say, well, you can't do it. Because the American people don't want it. You'll get the polls the American people want a secure border. Then they say, well, you're a bigot near racist. And I say, no, I'm in favor of legal immigration this country. I'm not in favor of illegal immigration. I'm in favor of people coming here, legally, I'm in favor of the police officer that was murdered. I'm in. I'm in favor of the police officer that was murdered. That sure I'm in favor of. I am. I am in favor of the police officer who came to this country legally who did it the right way who love this country who wanted to protect you wanted to serve this country. That's in favor of. I'm in favor of that. What I'm not in favor of. Is the guy who killed them who came here illegally, and then had his family and his friends who tried to get him out of the country back to Mexico. That's who I'm not in favor of. I'm not in favor of that. I am definitely not in favor of that. One eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three to one and get your phone calls in here. See what you think about this? And a lot of your writing in on this talking about it. Why don't you just had been as far as the border? It comes. You're totally right. I've been watching media coverage. And they've now turn this tried to turn this engine. Nothing more than a race war. They're saying that anyone that's in favor of the wall is a racist. Anyone that is against the wall. Is somehow an American they're trying to turn into if I support this than I am a racist. Carl Bernstein today on CNN's India's get this audio ready because he said the border wall as a symbol that says Brown people, we don't want you. This is part of this race war that I just mentioned to you. Listen to that. Watergate. Journalists Carl Bernstein talking about the wall, and he says this is nothing more than a racist while trying to keep Brown people out this again, this is the classic playbook at the Democratic Party. Here. It is we've never had a president that hate half the country that that really look at what we're talking about. We're talking about a wall here that is a symbol that says Brown people, we don't want you back to Trump talking about rapist goes back to talking about you know, gangs, and rather than looking at a real immigration problem, which we have had for a long time and need to solve and border security is one of those questions, it's complicated. And yet again, he's trying to solve it through misinformation. Disinformation those crossing the border are not are not to threat to to us in terms of national security. I wanna ask you I was having conversation at the top of the hour with Dana bash, Dan Pfeiffer. About of course, covering taking this presidents prime time. In fact, checking how challenging that.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I think those comments were unfortunate. Certainly they are not true breath. Cavanaugh was not proven innocent. In fact, the FBI did investigation that was incomplete. I'm a former prosecutor. I've never seen a background or law enforcement investigation that did not interview the accusers or the person being accused. And if the Democrats flip the house, then the House Judiciary committee will interview the witnesses that the FBI was not allowed to do. So you're you're saying, are you calling for impeachment proceedings? No, I'm calling for an investigation that is complete meaning. We need to interview their accusers and the accused, and we need to do investigations at the FBI was not allowed to do. And that's something that the House Judiciary committee can do. We have oversight over judicial misconduct allegations. What would I mean? What would the goal of that? Because I mean, there's plenty of people will say, well, look, isn't this? This is done. This process is over. He's on the supreme court. Why go back now and revisit it. If in fact the Democrats take the house because anytime you have credible allegations of sexual assault that are not properly investigated than the House Judiciary committee should investigate those claims. And again, did not interview these accusers. I think someone needs to do that. I respect the senators, but senators or now train to do these interviews of the way that House Judiciary staff would or other law enforcement could be back on. I think it was September twenty six. You tweeted and I'm quoting based on the numerous allegations of sexual assault against judge, Brad Kavanagh, including these new criminal allegations by Julie, sweat, Nick, the House Judiciary committee must immediately started investigation into judge Cavanaugh to see if he should be impeached. Do you still believe that the possibility of. Impeachment should be there. It would depend on what Evans shows a. We should look at this investigation and abide by the central principle of any investigation, which is we should take evidence where it leads us and the case of FBI they would not allow to do that. The White House put restrictions on them on who they interview, what documents they could see. And again, if we have to do so we should subpoena the relevant documents interview the relevant witnesses that FBI was not allowed to do for all the talk about the damage this confirmation process did to the country. What did you? What are you in other Democrats calling for further investigations in throwing peach mint of a sitting supreme court Justice into the conversation? Do I mean, how does that help unite the country? But this is not impeachment. This is calling for an adequate investigation, something that most people would agree that FBI was not allowed to do. So at a minimum we need do a complete investigation and then see where the evidence takes us. Also there have been numerous complaints filed. To DC circuit court of appeals. They have referred those supreme court. Those allegations separate from sexual assault. They deal with perjury by Brad Kavanagh. Those should also be investigated, but but you have, I mean in that tweet raise the the idea of impeachment obviously that would be the end result of whatever of further investigation found. Does that set? I mean, do you risk kind of setting the country back? There are plenty of people, I'm sure who think you know what this is done, it's time to move on. At a minimum sexual assault victims have the right to be heard. We deserve to give them that, right. They need to have the ability to have a complete investigation. We cannot move on until an adequate investigation was completed. This was a whitewash by the White House and FBI, and if people want add investigation, they need help us flip the house so that we can do that congressman do appreciate your time. Thank you. Thank you understand or perspective now on the night, and we'll comes after tonight's CNN supreme court analyst. Joan is cubic joins us. Now along with CNN chief legal analyst, Jeffrey Toobin who has written extensively on the court, Jeff. I'm wondering if did anything you hear from the White House ceremony tonight surprise you. Not really. I actually thought it was good to see Justice Cavanaugh pretty much take the high road and he praised a lot of Republicans along the way. But he did say this the the convention, the confirmation hearing is over and he doesn't have any bitterness..

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Talk news hour, we got word on Washington's mall. NFL for Washington comes to talk. I don't like the president said last night. I'm the first person to say I want to hear from Dr Ford thought she was handled. Respectfully. Cavanaugh was treated like crap. Yeah. We'll blow yourself. Speaking of the folks who stepped up in surprise this week Lindsey Graham at the Alantic had been in the TC on Wednesday. We'll blow your cell after a it's funny because here you had Cory Booker, aka Spartacus, and he told us he was having his moment. And then Lindsey Graham like actually was Spartacus at the hearing. And he's continued Lindsey Graham's like the Grinch and a different sense. The grinches heart grew three three times a day. Let's say that Lindsey Graham intestinal fortitude, grew three times. Over the past three months. I believe in. So he's become a new hero in this entire process. Rock-solid Lindsey Graham something else that I don't think many of us necessarily thought would be the case. Couple of things I am very much based on information. The arguments the information that I provide you my opinions all based on information and one of the things I've been tracking from the word go the day after brick Cavanaugh was nominated to the United States Supreme court. Gallup has always tracked on supreme court nominees. And you you may be whatever about Gallup. But regardless of what you think of their polling. It's instructive because if they do it every single day ongoing you can use a baseline to get a temperature temperature. Check of public opinion on any given issue in this case, our views, the brick Cavanaugh. What was interesting and the very first polling done. On breath Cavanaugh after his nomination by President Trump. We had four percent. More Americans say that he should be confirmed. The not, okay. So that's the baseline. That's where we started. Now after we had the first hearing. And we had twenty senators on the Senate Judiciary committee and Spartacus do what they did. Coming out of that four percent. More americans. Don't that breath? Cavanaugh should be confirmed. The not in other words, despite the fact that a couple of months went by despite the fact that they you know, without Spartacus on them. It didn't change public opinion at all not at all. Now is interesting because as consistent as that was we did see with Christine Ford's allegations a bit of a shift. As of Thursday morning yesterday. But a week ago the morning of the hearing we did see public sentiment, according to Gallup shift into negative territory breath Cavanaugh. We saw public sentiment shift to three percent more people believing that he should not be confirmed and should be again prior to the testimony. All right. That's after everything that the media and the politicians did debris Cavanaugh. Where are we today? That's kind of interesting by a forty six forty five margin. Americans believed that Brad Kavanagh should be confirmed. Now, there are two lessons to be learned in this entire process on this information. The I is. Public opinion despite all the emotions all of the emotions the all the nonsense Spartacus, the Christine Ford to gang raping, whatever. Public opinion only shifted by seven percent seven percent top to bottom. That's it. In terms of the opinion about that. Now, what's instructive inside of that seven percent? We bounce back to pretty much where this country is one of the things I find fascinating is when we actually do have representatives in this country that represent us, and in this particular case, the United States Senate is doing pretty much what the American people want to have happen here by a slim margin. Brad Kavanagh ended up receiving the necessary votes to advance to the final vote tomorrow and will end up becoming the next supreme court Justice unin narrow vote just as the American people wanted it. So that part, I think is psycho graphically interesting the next facet of this conversation is where to focus your energy. Because how many people are really persuadable politically? One of the most common questions I ever receive has to do with persuading people, politically, how do you do it? Well, the easiest way is to tell you how not to do it go is it the you are most likely to engage politically. Probably the loudest people in your life that oppose you, right? How's that work out for you? And.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTOK

"Moments during the course of her fifty fifty five minutes speech earlier today, which again was I believe the best be finest. I have ever witnessed a United States Senator delivering. I just incredible incredible. Definitely something worth your while. If you did not catch it early early early earlier today easier for me to say, by the way, I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one. Mark Levin, your friend here in south, Florida. I do a morning show on WJ. No, West Palm Beach, a mid morning show, w I owed e. In Miami and always an honor and a pleasure to be here with you. Now, one of the things about Susan Collins during the course of her dissertation, you might have found some moments where you're wondering spread cabinet are really the conservative. I thought he was you really the constitutionalists. I thought he was an associate. I mean that was how good her depiction of brick avenue was held thorough investigation was all the folks she interviewed. I mean, she laid it all out there just remarkable. And you know, it might raise some some questions about how he would end up rolling on things like say pro-life matters. And there is an important point within the pro-life conversation here as well. Breath Cavanaugh pretty evident being the good Catholic. Boy that he is he's pro-life. Right. But does that necessarily mean that he brings philosophy to the bench, and doesn't doesn't necessarily it hasn't as she pointed out based upon some of what he has ruled on stated previously. And when we're traveling down this process, you're learning things that you never would've otherwise known about Brett about the level of the investigation that took place with Susan. But also, what was not done by seventy other senators, and this is where it's instructive for you with the folks that are in your neck of the woods, your senators. How did they vote? I'm here in Florida. Marco Rubio voted in favor of ending debate. Today will vote for breath Cavanaugh tomorrow Bill Nelson. Voted. No. And by all accounts will vote no again tomorrow. Now, he happens to be up for reelection this year. He's up against our term limited governor, Rick Scott who has been no less than the third best governor during his seven plus years as governor in the state of Florida just remarkable what he's done, but he's in a real horse race against Bill Nelson. Who's already served three terms in the United States Senate? It's gonna be fascinating to see how this cavenaugh thing. Plays out here. What I'm looking at. And I've had a bunch of people asked me this during the course of the week it. I don't know the answer yet. I'm still trying to figure this out is this an inflection point in American history. Everything we're going through right now. So I do these weekly series for my local shows, and it's all about where we are politically based upon historical analysis and for the midterm elections. I'll give you the Reader's Digest version, we tend to be incredibly incredibly predictable in terms of political swings in this country, the issues change the politicians change times change, but we have been incredibly incredibly consistent in our decision-making. I'll walk you back real quick to the presidential election two thousand sixteen. I've done this for years for years going back to the two thousand cycle, but it was most notable in two thousand sixteen when I was able to effectively and accurately depict Donald Trump winning the presidency. Based upon the electoral college, and the way I was able to do it is based upon historical trends, simply put you take a look at history back in two thousand sixteen we had a full term democrat who was president. There has still to this point in American history. Never been a full term democrat who was succeeded by an elected democrat now never after eight years, we tend to have enough the only time it has ever happened that a Democrats to see today old term democrat was trimming after FDR he inherited the office. Yes. He later ran as the incumbent in one. But because of that we tend to be incredibly consistent in all during the primary process, especially here in Florida folks were asking me with Rubio running isn't Rubio more electable Trump's winning. This can't be good this and that to vote for the person you believe in because the odds are the Republican candidate will win. And sure enough. There you go now in the context of midterm elections. You're probably aware that the incumbent president's party loses. Generally. In fact, there have only been three times three times since we had the two party system, which started in the late eighteen fifties. That the incumbent president's party is actually gained seats only three times. And they each happened with an inflection point an American history. The first time was nineteen thirty four FDR was president. We had the great depression. The second time nineteen ninety eight we had the Bill Clinton. Botched impeachment effort by Republicans. Watching point American history. And then the next one came four years later two thousand two George W Bush in the wake of nine eleven. So we took the great depression. Nine eleven. And the botched impeachment of Clinton to bring about the president's party gaining seats, the average outcome in a mid term cycles that the president's party will lose four seats in the Senate thirty seats in the house, if just the average outcome happened this year Democrats regained control of everything. Now, there's no chance whatsoever. Democrats will gain four seats. There's a better chance at this point that Republicans gained four seats than Democrats, do and Republicans are almost certainly at this point going to retain control the Senate maps favorable for them, Heidi Heitkamp has pretty much done herself in and North Dakota. She voted no today, and what we've seen ever since she indicated that she was likely to be a no vote about ten points ten points with what the difference in Jerez, North Dakota. And she was already endanger their Claire mccaskill Missouri voted. No, she already was trailing in the polls likely to end up being a big time. Issue for her. And then Joe Donnelly in Indiana same deal voted, no, these are all big Trump states. Then you did have Joe Manchin of West Virginia voted guess Joe mansion, by the way is almost certainly going to be reelected. I'm back at this. Again, I've been taking a look at formation only in how much this vote meant, and those particular states an average of about ten points or nay because those are pro Trump broke cavenaugh states. So the Senate almost certainly going to stay but still the house you take a walk in. If he check any of the polls. He check the sites you take a look at everything right now does not look good for Republicans. Looks like Republicans are pacing somewhere in the neighborhood of about thirty losses which would be enough for Democrats to take control of the house. But I continually have people say that they just don't see that happening. They don't see it happening. They don't see it happening. My question is and this is what I'm working on. Because again, I base everything off of information. Are we at and then Fletch in point an American history is this number four. Is Donald Trump has a catalyst just him being the disruptor as president of the United States. Then this Cavanaugh situation is that analogous to what we went through and any of those other examples. Not the great depression. Not after nine eleven, but if you're looking for a compu- absolutely could point to nineteen ninety eight right? There's so many similarities right now. Booming economy. What's going on right now? In fact, our unemployment rate is much lower than it was in one thousand nine hundred. And you have the president. Well, he's not as popular as Bill Clinton. But then again, he actually isn't. Specifically the issue here except that they've made him the issue, right? We've had the molar investigation. We've had the get Trump effort since before he even took office. That would certainly though it hasn't risen to the level of impeachment yet because Democrats are not in control the house that could be analogous. You throw cabin on the mix maybe that is too. So this is all something that I'm working on right now. Is there a chance that Republicans really might gain in congress this year? Is this that moment in time that inflection point in American history where things are different? Historically, ninety two percent chance that Democrats win more seats than not this year. But there's an eight percent chance that they don't for a reason. Are we in that window will continue that conversation? Coming up next. I'm Brian Mudd in for the.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A lot of people a lot of people using the hashtag T C N T, most of them smart in friendly. I can't see it right now. Because most of the ones that aren't I've got either muted or blog. Most of them are are type for that are lovely reading habit of reading through the cavenaugh. The the the Senate the Senate right now that the judiciary committee is is looking at the FBI memo on the investigation of breath Cavanaugh at this point, we still we still don't know apart from the White House statement that they believe the Kavanagh's gonna move through. We still haven't gotten anything sort of official about what it says, I'm as each minute goes by more and more confident based off of this fact based off the fact that we haven't heard anything negative at all in regards to Brett Cavanaugh what you read on Twitter is it appears the probe is been curtailed. The FBI wasn't allowed to go and talk to all these people that called in with their complaints about Brett Kavanagh. Well, yeah. Because you know, the FBI doesn't have all the time in the world. To investigate every single claim. When you can't provide them with specific dates specific addresses specific eye-witnesses for them when you can't provide them with any of those things, I don't know what your expectations are. I don't think a lot of people who don't like Brad Kavanagh understand how the FBI works. Like, I don't like him either. I got bad things to say about having talking to me half. The calls are probably like he got really angry last week on Thursday. Do you not see that you I shouldn't investigate how angry he was? No kidding. Can you blame there were there were claims? And those claims can't be substantiated we investigated. Those claims any Yahoo can just call the FBI got a claim. We could call right now. Make a claim. All right. We'll spend a little more time on this later in the show. Joining us now, though, Jim Hagerty, orange congressional candidate just down in the Iraq tester area where the president will be visiting a later this afternoon. Good morning, Jim. How are you? Well, that's just fine. Thanks for having me on. How does one prepare? For a visit by the president of the United States Wendy's specifically coming because of you. I mean, that's got a did you ever imagine? Did you ever imagine? We run as a team and. We're gonna we're gonna win as a team down here coming for the whole party. And we're looking forward to it. I I think he just prepare by eight excited about it and trying to enjoy every minute. We're we're really looking forward to the president says it. What are you hearing? I mean, obviously, there's there's there's a lot of opportunity we've been talking about all morning long. The fact that the president is coming to town is is certainly indicative of that we talked with Martin Mark Lauder from the RNC earlier in the show. And you know, he went back to during the election. When everyone was like, why is the president coming to Minnesota? And we saw the results of that. He almost one. So what are you? What's what's the ground game? Look like right now how much has the conversation shifted over the past few weeks. Well, the the president won this district with fifty three percent. We had forty nine point six sales against walls. It I think the people that voted for Donald Trump still favorite because they want to make sure the country keeps moving in the right direction. They wanted to change that last election. That's what we had told people if he didn't he didn't win in two thousand sixteen we lose the country because Hillary Clinton was gonna stack the court with radicals who are going to take away our basic liberty. So he we lived to fight another day. And here we are. We're basically in a miniature national election, and I think people are going to be excited to hear his message and his vision for our country. Well, we talked to you before we talk to you out at the fair, and we've talked to other people running for office, and and a lot of the things that get focused on when when you know, one of the frequent questions we like to ask is what are you hearing? What are you hearing on the ground, and how different is it from what you're seeing in the mainstream media and consistently? You know, the answers have been things healthcare and the economy. Me in me. And we were talking earlier about how. Well, the economy actually is doing. I am curious. However, if that has changed in recent weeks, how much has this circus with with Brad Kavanagh, and then the supreme court nomination, and the and the hearings on how much of that has sort of permeated into into what you're hearing as your talking to the electorate potential constituents throughout the district. Yeah. People are concerned about what they saw. I think the concept of a two years of a circus. Like, the the Senate Democrats put on last week against Mr. cavenaugh with it's not something that they want for the country, and and frankly. You know, what the cavenaugh hearing and confirmation offers us an opportunity to have a strict construction on the supreme court, not somebody not a liberal who's gonna make the law behind underneath a black robe, but somebody who's going to the constitution. So from that standpoint, it's a it's a little bit of a a defining moment that helps people kind of look at the election and decide what do we want to go? Do we want to go back to those Obama waste? We want to give the Democrats power. So they can resist and try to replace the President Trump or should we keep moving in what I'd say is the right direction. And so it's a it's a clear and contrasting election, and we're excited about it. We put in a lot of work and now with the president here. It's kind of a galvanizing moment for the campaign. I haven't heard anything from your opponent on this issue has he has he stepped up as as he said anything regarding regarding this this whole cavenaugh circus. Are they coming today? I doubt it. I haven't heard anything about the cavenaugh circus. But I'm looking forward to resolution on that we need another excellent Justice on the court and to make sure that we protect our God given rights, you know, that's the big difference. Democrats want to take them away running against the guy named open borders. He wants gun control. You want socialized medicine? Socialized medicine in the district. That includes the mayo clinic that just doesn't make any sense would be devastating here for the city of Rochester. All the people in southern Minnesota. You know, we're on the other side we want to protect the right to life the right to keep and bear the right to religious freedom. And it is a clear choice voters in this election. We we know that tonight starts around six thirty in in Rochester with the president speaking. What's your what's your schedule? Like for the for the rest of the day. Can you provide a little bit of a little bit of insight into into what what your involvement is going to be? And what what you get to what you get to do. While this morning, we're in Rochester. We're gonna go out and free. Some of the folks that are waiting in line. That's gonna be exciting. 'cause with with our with our people from southern Minnesota. And then we'll be heading up to Minneapolis the president's going to hold an event for the Republican party to help. I think raise funds for not only our race, but all of them, including. Jason Lewis, and that's the whole gang. And then we'll won't be coming back down here to Rochester for the for the big moment when he takes the stage and talks directly to the people, and I can just tell you. There's there's a lot of energy people are all already in line down there yesterday waiting for him at people are just excited attack that Donald Trump's coming southern Minnesota. Yeah, it's great. It's great to see the state of Minnesota get so much attention from the administration. This is obviously Trump's second. Visit since he's been president third. Visit since he became a candidate Pence has been here a few times, this has got to be a real boon and a real a real boost to your campaign. So congratulations. It's all due to, you know, the hard work that you're putting in down there. And and we appreciate it and continued good luck. 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Prosecutor questions credibility of Christine Blasey Ford

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Prosecutor questions credibility of Christine Blasey Ford

"Rachel Mitchell. The prosecutor for Maricopa County brought out the question Christine Ford wrote a five page memo Senate to all Republican senators and said, I would exonerate basically, I would exonerate this letter exonerated breath. Cavanaugh she said there were a lot of week things in the testimony of Dr Ford no prosecutor would ever bring charges against him. Never would not do. It would not do it. She said, it's a he said she said case it's incredibly difficult to prove plus the witnesses. She named either refuted her allegations or failed to corroborate them. She would never bring this case on evidence before the committee. No reasonable prosecutor would. I put it on my Facebook page. Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio check it out for yourself. It's

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Breath. Cavanaugh supreme court nomination is moving forward. Despite President Trump's decision to authorise enough b I investigation into sex assault accusations. Republican majority leader Mitch McConnell spoke on the Senate floor this afternoon calling for a cloture vote to our colleagues on the committee for sending this impressive nominee here to the floor with favorable recommendation. Now, we will keep the process moving. The full Senate will begin considering judge Kavanagh's nomination. The move came earlier than some of McConnell's colleagues expected still appears the next Senate vote on cavenaugh would be next Friday news brought to you by Mike diamond, the smell good plumber governor Brown vetoed. A couple of bills. That would have helped illegal immigrants one of the bills would have allowed illegal immigrants to serve on state, boards and commissions. Brown says citizenship is a better option for public service. He also shut down a Bill that would have banned ice from making arrests in courthouses, but he did sign a Bill yesterday that blocks hotels and bus companies from sharing personal info about their guests that was in response to motel six working with ice it a couple of other states answerable in Beck KFI new drift. Nets. Have drowned governor signed a Bill that would make it illegal for fishermen to use these wide. Nets to increase their hall, and advocacy groups have wanted them banned for years. The reason we've been working hard on this issue is to protect ocean wildlife from being caught and killed Cassie birdie shells with turtle restoration network and says funding was a key part of this Bill to help the industry transition. There's a million dollars from the budget of California. And there's a million dollars that will be from the nonprofit community department. Official wildlife will now set a timeline to phase out drift. Nets the process could take years. Monica Rix, KFI news..

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"More anonymous allegations of sexual misconduct of come out against supreme court nominee breath. Cavanaugh who denies them the night before Senate hearing on the first claim later today. President Trump as a meeting today schedule with the deputy attorney general overseeing the special counsel Russia investigation, whom the president says he would rather not fire, but the president did tell world leaders he will keep firing at China accusing them of going after the US voting system, and because of the trade war with China more American companies speaking out about how it's hurting their bottom line sports Yankees lost to the Braves. Eight seven Mets shut out the Braves three nothing and NYC FC made the playoffs shutting out Chicago. Sixty five degrees morning. I'm leave on Putney CBS news update, the very public supreme court nominee confirmation showdown between nominee Brett cavenaugh and his first abuse accuser will begin ten AM eastern time before the Senate Judiciary committee, of course. Respondent Steve Dorsey, Christine Blasi Ford accuses cavenaugh of trying to drunkenly ripped off her clothes and Raipur at high school party more than thirty five years ago. This will be the first time we'll hear her speak publicly Ford was the first woman to accuse cavenaugh of sexual misconduct in prepared remarks Kavanagh's expected to say he categorically and unequivocally denies Ford's allegation and as in sexually assaulted anyone. Most of the Republican questioning will be done not by the eleven male senators, but by our Zona sex crimes attorney, Rachel Mitchell. CBS news legal analyst Rikki Queen. She is a prosecutor remember the person they really needed. Here was a criminal defense lawyer someone who cross examines accusers and props up the shoes. CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. It's four thirty two. President Trump talked to reporters yesterday about today's schedule meeting with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, overseeing the special counsel mother investigation into Russia and the Trump campaign, and who is also. Accused of trying to talk cabinet members into invoking the twenty fifth amendment to get rid of the president. The president says they already had a good conversation on the phone. He's looking forward to meeting with Rosenstein, adding that it is his preference to keep Rosenstein as his deputy attorney general. But he also said he would fight back, and you wants to get to the bottom of whether or not Rosenstein made those remarks in memos that were documented by Andrew McCabe CBS news, White House correspondent we shall Zhang at the United Nations General assembly where President Trump talked to reporters and two other world leaders about China as he held the gavel leading a meeting of the UN Security Council. The president accused China of interfering in the midterm elections claiming Beijing doesn't want Republicans to win because he's been challenging China on trade, and we are winning on trade. We are winning at every level. Mr. Trump didn't elaborate on his claims or say what he might do. In response. This is not the first. Time the US has adjusted actors other than Russia have interfered in American elections. But it did Mark. The first time the president offered a motive on China's part. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the United Nations. Economists expect it and got word from the Federal Reserve Wednesday that it is raising interest rates for third time this year. But when it comes to the trade war with China Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell says negotiations will help if the end place, we get to is is lower tariffs. That would be good trade generally supports productivity supports higher. Incomes and Fairtrade under internationally accepted. Rules can be a good thing. I think if this preps inadvertently goes to a place where we have widespread tariffs that remain in place for a long time. I'm more protectionist world that's going to be bad for the United States economy and for American workers and families like workers and families connected to American companies like Ford the latest round of US tariffs on two hundred billion dollars. In Chinese imports is expected to start hitting consumers in the wallet. But the earlier rounds have already been impacting industrial firms Ford CEO, Jim Hackett tells Bloomberg that the tariffs on steel and aluminum have chopped about one billion dollars in the company's bottom line. So. Far adding that it's ironic since four gets most of its steal from American firms. Now other automakers have also opposed the tariffs and Hackett says they're trying to get the administration to reach agreement quickly with China and Europe CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks. WCBS news time four thirty four tourism, obviously, a huge deal in New York City. But so is traffic flow and city council is trying to stop one from impeding. The other the measure sponsored by speaker. Cory Johnson gives the department of transportation the authority to approve stops for the double decker buses based on traffic flow, public safety and neighborhood opinion, and the department of consumer affairs the power to enforce if a company strays from their proof stops DA can issue a violation. And if it's a continued problem they must suspend or Volk, the sightseeing bus companies license to operate in the future, the reason for the tightening of the regulations, we hear complaints all the time. I heard some this weekend when I was at some local. Street fairs about these large double decker buses don't have a particular route or designated stops. So they go down quiet side streets there good on cobblestone streets in the west village. Another measure requires a closer examination of the driving records of those behind the wheel of the tourist buses at city hall, rich lamb WCBS, News Radio eight eighty the NFL Super Bowl ticket pricing system will be questioned starting today. New Jersey state supreme court where justices hear arguments in the case of a man who says the two thousand fourteen Super Bowl at MetLife stadium proved the league violated state consumer fraud laws, Josh. Winkelmann filed the lawsuit saying he had to pay more than double the eight hundred dollar face value because he argues the NFL only made one percent of the tickets available to public Finkel men going for class action status. And they're the state supreme court allows it to go forward, then then be taken in federal court. It is four thirty six. We'll always be on the radio at eight AM. But now the only place to stream WCBS on smartphones is what the radio dot com app. It's free downloaded favorite us in listen anytime, anywhere. Phil Simms and boomer size.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WJR 760

"Fifty thousand watt voice of the mid west. This is news talk seven sixty WJR Detroit. At the UN Cavanaugh interview. I'm Elliot Francis. President Trump will be on the world stage this morning and New York City as general debate gets underway at the seventy third session of the UN general assembly. Steve kastenbaum. Is there? The president said he and Kim Jong UN would meet again sometime in the near future. But he was short on details. There's no hurry. We got facts three months ago, or so we've made more progress than what he's made in ever breaking with regard to after meeting with the leader of South Korea. He announced that he and president moon had reached a deal on a new trade agreement workers in South Korea in America will find new customers and new opportunities to expand and grow. He said the deal allows for US automakers to double the number of vehicles. They sell in South Korea each year. Steve Kastenbaum at the UN in New York and Dallas a white police officer who fatally shot her black neighbor inside his own apartment was fired Monday. It's the same day the man was being buried in his Caribbean. Homeland. Police chief Rene hall dismissed officer amber Geiger during a hearing Monday. College charged with manslaughter in the September sixth shooting that left twenty six year old both John dead. She was fired because of her arrest. President Trump's nominee for these supreme court breath. Cavanaugh says he has not going to step aside in an interview Monday with Fox News Cavanaugh said he did attend parties as a high schooler parties and the drinking age was eighteen and yes, the seniors were legal and had beer there. And yes, people might have had too many beers on occasion and people generally in high school. I think all of us have probably done things. We look back on in highschool and regret or cringe a bit. That's not what we're talking about. We're talking about an allegation of sexual assault. NBC's top entertainment executive is calling it quits, and it's being replaced by two officials who worked for him Robert Greene bladders leaving as NBC entertainment chairman after nearly eight years, I'm Elliot Francis. Are you behind on your federal student.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on The Young Turks

"A member, sport home, progressives get all were programming, including griss progressive or we're gonna break some news tomorrow old school by the way Tereza going to join us on old school right before politic on. So can I see this thermometer real quick? Yes, thirty one nine twenty three. All right. Going up nicely. Let's see. We have thirty two thousand by then today. Let me read some member comments for you guys. Alex writes in, and I'm not sure that he was saying this are cast or not, but he says it's weird that they push a bad person for such a high office instead of doing the right thing and getting cleaned, pick there. Are you familiar with the Republican party push a bad person for such a high office? I think you're being sarcastic because pretty sure that they already did that for the presidency Democrats. If someone came forward with allegations that. Democratic supreme court pick littered one year, like gun guy. Conversation. It's over that person's gone. I mean, they are you that, hey, these women are Democrats, and so they're not to be trusted. The first person that came out with allegations against Al Franken, worked at a conservative talk show. Again, it's always projection right anyway. WVU Libby seventy-one rights and in the member station. I'm so sick of hearing seventy two year old man say unfair over and over again like a five year old here here totally with you on that. Libby math mass seventy. One says when did not being on the supreme court means someone's life was ruined. Okay. Fair point. And then Tisch. ACP writes in is that twelve point advantage for progressive women too, because we've got several strong ones running in November. No, the twelve point advantage is generic democrat versus generic Republican, who do you want to control congress? So it it is not based on particular congressional seats nor the ass based on males or females, or it's just generic democrat Republican, but does that translate over to women? I who are candidates in my experience in the primaries more so yes. So for example, as I sell those numbers, Kevin Yoder in the Kansas third district running in St. David's. China gone gone. So those female candidates are getting even more female voters to turn out. So let's see what happens. This Forty-five, our little less than forty five days left, but I think they're in a world trouble. All right, and it was all right. How do Trump voters feel about the allegations against supreme court? Nominee, Brad Kavanagh? Well, Emma Viglen. One of our reporters went to a Trump rally in Springfield, Missouri to speak to the voters, and we're going to hear from them in just a minute, but before we do so the conservative media has gone out of its way to smear the accusers, and there are two as of now we have Dr Christine Blasi Ford who initially had the allegations against Brett Cavanaugh groping her without her consent and allegedly attempting to rape her when they were both in high school. And then later a Yale student who was a freshman at the time, accuses breath Cavanaugh of pulling his pants down and thrusting his penis toward her face. Now, Steve, Crowder is. A gross Verson. I mean, that's my bias against him, but you don't need to believe me. You can see for yourselves. Here's the way he covered the bread Cavanaugh allegations and how he referred to Dr Blasi Ford still talking about the alleged attempted rape accusation, Dr Christine, by the way, no longer going to be calling. Dr. Christine, Christine. Christie, Christie food you. Christie, let me just say this. Of course it's possible, but the accusations here could be accurate. Right? And we're not saying that all accusations of attempted rape or false. You have to balance the scales of Justice between as an attempted rape, some thirty, something years ago that someone doesn't know when that happened. While you stopped mid rape, possibly drunk and passed out. We're going to present the evidence to you and you decide, yes. By the way. I know you're saying just me no one else in the I labeled her lying hor without proof granted sheet at the same. But with attempted rape. Pissed. Okay. So we called her allying hor and he also accused her of calling someone rapist with no evidence. She did not call anyone a rapist. She accused attempted rape, those were allegations. But more importantly, there was evidence..

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTOK

"Mark Stein in for rush. I understand the negotiations. They've now got a new the there's a new offer who's made the offer which which which side is it one of the one of them's made a counter offer of the terms for this thing, the GOP's made account j GOP's made a counter offer to to see a the professor on Wednesday on that very subject. Let us go to Joe Concha from the hill because Joe has an excellent call call them today called media, MS highest standards for reporting career, ending accusations. And and Joe right now, they don't seem to have any standards at all really. I mean, I I don't know if you're a surprise Mark anymore, by the way, our media conducts itself what basically every political story, and I'm not talking about local media. I still think that's pretty good. When I get my local news. And I got my sports. I get my weather, and I hear about who rob this or who ran over this person, or whatever, I I'm I'm keeping them out of it. I'm keeping international reporting out of it as well. Because I still think that's pretty strong as far as what what goes on for more zones problems. We never see that kind of reporting anymore in the US. It's it's all Trump Trump Trump all the time because that's what that's what rates, but in this case with capital. I mean, have you ever seen the media take one side as much as they have? And it's all under the premise of you are guilty until proven innocent Brett kennel that is the theme that they're going with. And and you make the point that the the media com be as stupid as they appear to be because you you bring up. For example, someone who purported to be an old school friend of the accused who was at the same school, and who appeared to confirm the story, and then it turned out. No, she didn't actually know how it all. That. In fact, she has no connection to the accuser. No, no. It's called vetting right in journalism, where if somebody just says, yeah, I I know that this happened between breath Cavanaugh, and Catherine Ford, and I as she puts it up on her on our Facebook page, and then suddenly the thing goes viral instantly. But then it it's discovered not too long after that by her own admission that she doesn't know Catherine Ford that she doesn't know whether it happened, and she just kind of simply opposes breath Cavanaugh because he's a Trump supreme court nominee. What's the story for hours? And the problem is ally can go billion times around the World Social media before the truth. Ever gets its pants on. So even when they finally correct, you know, and some subsequent tweeter or a clarification the lie is already out there. The whole problem. So that was one example that I found I couldn't believe that that even got to air in the first place. Well, what is the what is the issue here? Because I said I can't believe that these reporters that stupid. So therefore in a sense, there's a lack of good faith in in how they covering the story, isn't it? You're exactly right about that. When we hear when I hear from other reporters that say, well, we're human we make mistakes. So you know, it's going to happen once in a while. Yeah. Of course, they are. That's fine. But these aren't dumb people like you talk about these are people there calculating again. I don't wanna use broad brush is an all media members all one network, you know, there's still some good people out there. But but the problem is that it is so intentional and it's so transparent. What is going on here? Right. I mean, for instance, Jim shoot. All right who worked in the State Department. He's a smart guy and he worked for ABC before that. Now, he's an anchor at CNN. He actually had a story yesterday or tweet yesterday where he said that Chuck Grassley who runs the Senate Judiciary committee is a chairman had only offered Catherine Ford the option to testify in Washington in front of the Senate with all the cameras rolling, and it was blatantly untrue because Grassley is office even had to respond to the tweet saying we offered her. The ability to testify in private or we'll even go out to California at her home or wherever it had to have known. This so Grassley office response, you know, how long it took Shudo to then send out a correction tweet to say. Oh, yeah. There are other options twenty hours, right? Mediate should take twenty minutes. Mark. No, no. Then people the first week. I retweeted seventy six hundred times and shoot correction tweets like something like ninety. So again, the lie got out there in the correction came no one cared anymore because the lie was to juicy if you're anti Trump, and it's a bit like a lot of this stuff is like Chinese whispers, if you can if you can still use that expression because you quote, a guy in here saying that basically damning Brad Kavanagh because his fraternity at Yale. He posted a picture of Kavanagh's fraternity at Yale waving a flag woven from women's underwear. There's no Kevin is and in the picture. These are a bunch of guys who we don't even know whether he's ever made any of these guys were waving the underwear flag around the let's take the underwear flag and hanging around Kavanagh's neck. I mean, that's that's not even guilt by association that's guilt by association with somebody's novelty flag made from ladies underwear. I don't even get that part. Is that the report is the Washington bureau chief for the Washington Post? Okay. This is a very big deal right at any tweets tweets that out. And so then when people start calling him on it like, wait a minute Kavanagh's, not even the pitcher. Yeah. Point. Well, if I wasn't clear in my first tweet, I was trying to say that this was reflective of the culture fraternity that.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The hour on NewsRadio eight ten one three one WTY. Hochstein in for rush. I understand the negotiations. They've now got a new the the there's a new offer who's made the offer which which which side is it one of the one of them's made a counter offer of the terms for this thing, the GOP's made account j GOP's made a counter offer to to see the professor on Wednesday on that very subject. Let us go to Joe tonsure from the hill because Joe has an excellent call call them today called medium ascent highest standards for reporting career, ending accusations. And and Joe right now, they don't seem to have any standards at all really. I mean, I I don't know if you're a surprise Mark anymore, by the way, our media conducts itself what basically every political story, and I'm not talking about local media. I still think that's pretty good. When I get my local news. I got my sports. I get my weather, and I hear about who rob this or who ran over this person, or whatever, I I'm I'm keeping them out of it. And I'm keeping international reporting out of it as well because I still think that's pretty strong as far as what what goes on for more zones problems. We never see that kind of reporting anymore in the US. It's it's all Trump Trump Trump all the time because that's what that's what rates, but in this case with capital. I mean, have you ever seen the media take one side as much as they have? And it's all under the premise of you are guilty until proven innocent Brett Cannell that is the scene that they're going with and you make the point that the the the media com be as stupid as they appear to be because you bring up for example, someone who purported to be an. Old school friend of the accused who was at the same school, and who appeared to confirm the story, and then it turned out. No, she didn't actually know how it all. That. In fact, she has no connection to the accuser, it's called vetting right in journalism, where if somebody just says, yeah, I know that this happened between Brad Kavanagh, and Catherine Ford, and I is she puts it up on her on our Facebook page, and then suddenly the thing goes viral instantly. But then it it's discovered not too long after that by her own admission that she doesn't know Catherine Ford that she doesn't know whether it happened, and she just kind of simply opposes breath Cavanaugh because he's a Trump supreme court nominee. What's the story for hours? And the problem is ally can go a billion times around the world resources media before the truth ever gets its pants on. So even when they finally correct, you know, and some subsequent tweeter or clarification. The why? Already out there. Whole problem. So that was one example that I found I couldn't believe that that even got to air in the first place. Well, what is the what is the issue here? Because I said I can't believe that these reporters that stupid. So therefore in a sense, there's a lack of faith in in how they covering the story, isn't that? You're exactly right about that. When we hear when I hear from other reporters that say, well, we're human we make mistakes. So. Six hundred happen. Once in a while, you have course, they are. That's fine. But these aren't dumb people like you talk about these are people are calculating again. I don't use a broad brush is an all media members. And this is an all one network. You know, there's still some good people out there. But but the problem is that it is so intentional and it's so transparent. What is going on here? Right. I mean, for instance, Jim shero right who worked in the Oman State Department. He's a smart guy. He worked for ABC before that. Now, he's an anchor at CNN. He actually had a story yesterday or tweet yesterday where he said that Chuck Grassley who runs the Senate Judiciary committee is a chairman had only offered Catherine Ford the option to testify in Washington in front of the Senate with all the cameras rolling, and it was blatantly untrue. Because is office even had to respond to the tweet. We offered her the ability to testify in private or we'll even go out to California. Wherever it had to have known. This. So Grassley office response, you know, how long it took shooter. Then send out a correction tweet to say. Oh, yeah. There are other options twenty hours, right? Mediate should take twenty minutes. Mark. No. The first week. I retweeted seventy six hundred times, and then shoot of correction tweets like something like ninety. So again, the lie got out there. And when the correction came no one cared anymore because the lie was to juicy if you're anti Trump, and it's a bit like a lot of this stuff is like Chinese whispers, if you can if you can still use that expression because you quote, a guy saying that basically damning Brad Kavanagh because his fraternity at Yale. He posted a picture of Kavanagh's fraternity at Yale waving a flag woven from women's underwear. There's no cabin is. And in the picture. These are a bunch of guys who we don't even know whether he's ever met any of these guys who were waving the underwear flag around the let's take the underwear flag and hang it round Kavanagh's neck. I mean, that's that's not even guilt by association that's guilt by association with somebody's novelty flag made from ladies underwear. I mean, I don't even get that. The best part is that is our report is the Washington bureau chief for the Washington Post. Okay. This is a very big deal at any tweets. He tweets that out. And so then when people start calling him on it like, wait a minute Kavanagh's, not even the pitcher. Yeah. Point he says, oh, well, if I wasn't clear in my first tweet, I was trying to say that this was reflective of the culture fraternity.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Mark Stein in for rush. I understand the the negotiations. They've now got a new the there's a new offer who's made the alpha which which which side is it one of the one of them's made a counter offer of the terms for this thing, the GOP's made account j GOP's made a counter offer to to see the professor on Wednesday on that very subject. Let us go to Joe Concha from the hill because Joe has an excellent call them today called media, MS highest standards for reporting career, ending accusations. And and Joe right now, they don't seem to have any standards at all really. I mean, I I don't know if you're a surprise Mark anymore, by the way, our media conducts itself what basically every political story, and I'm not talking about local media. I still think that's pretty good. When I get my local news. I got my sports. I get my weather, and I hear about who robbed this or who ran over this person, or whatever, I I'm I'm keeping them out of it. And I'm keeping international reporting out of it as well because I still think that's pretty strong as far as what goes on for more zones problems. We never see that kind of reporting anymore in the US. It's it's all Trump Trump Trump all the time because that's what that's what rates, but in this case with capital. I mean, have you ever seen the media take one side as much as they have? And it's all under the premise of you are guilty until proven innocent Brett Cannell that is the theme that they're going with. And and and you make the point that the the media com be as stupid as they appear to be because you you bring up. For example, someone who purported to be an old school friend of the accused who was at the same school, and who appeared to confirm the story, and then it turned out. No, she didn't actually know at all that. In fact, she has no connection to the accuser. It's called vetting right in journalism, where if somebody just says, yeah, I I know that this happened between Brett Cavanaugh, and Catherine Ford, and I as she puts it up on her on our Facebook page, and then suddenly the thing goes viral instantly. But then it's discovered not too long after that by her own admission that she doesn't know Catherine Ford that she doesn't know whether it happened, and she just kinda simply opposes breath Cavanaugh because he's a Trump supreme court nominee. What's the story for hours in the problem is ally can go billion times around the World Social media before the truth ever gets its pants on? So even when they finally correct, you know, and some subsequent tweet or or clarification the lie is already out there. The whole problem. So that was one example that I found I couldn't believe that that even got to air in the first place. Well, what is the what is the issue here? Because I said, I can't believe that these reporters are that stupid. So therefore in a sense, there's a lack of good faith in in how they covering the story, isn't that? You're exactly right about that. When we hear when I hear from other reporters that say, well, we're human we make mistakes. So you know, it's going to happen once in a while. Yeah. Of course, they are. That's fine. But these aren't dumb people like you talk about these are shrewd people there calculating again. I don't wanna use a broad brush is an all media members. And this is an all one network. You know, there's still some good people out there. But but the problem is that it is so intentional and it's so transparent. What is going on here? Right. I mean, for instance, Jim, Cheryl, right who worked in the State Department. He's a smart guy and he worked for ABC before that. Now, he's an anchor at CNN. He actually had a story yesterday or tweet yesterday where he said that Chuck Grassley who runs the Senate Judiciary committee has a chairman had only offered Catherine Ford the option to testify in Washington in front of the Senate with all the cameras rolling, and it was blatantly untrue because Grassley office even had to respond to the tweet saying we offered her. The ability to testify in private or we'll even go out to California. It had to have known this. So Grassley is office response. You know, how long it took Shudo to then send out a correction tweet to say. Oh, yeah. There are other options twenty hours, right mediate gesture. Take twenty minutes, Mark. No, no. The first got retweeted seventy six hundred times and shoot shudo's correction tweets like something like ninety. So again, the lie got out there. And when the correction came no one cared anymore because the lie was to juicy if you're anti Trump, and it's a bit like a lot of this stuff is like Chinese whispers, if you can if you can still use that expression because you quote, a guy saying that basically damning Brad Kavanagh because his fraternity at Yale. He posted a picture of Kavanagh's fraternity at Yale waving a flag woven from women's underwear. There's no cabin is. And in the picture. These are a bunch of guys who we don't even know whether he's ever met any of these guys who are waving the underwear flag around the let's take the underwear flag and hanging around Kavanagh's neck. I mean, that's that's not even guilt by association that's guilt by association with somebody's novelty flag made from ladies underwear. I don't even get that part is that is our report is the Washington bureau chief for the Washington Post. Okay. This is a very big deal right at any tweets tweets, set out. And so then when people start calling him on it like a minute Kavanagh's, not even the pitcher. Yeah. Point. Oh, well, if I wasn't clear in my first tweet, I was trying to say that this was reflective of the culture fraternity that brek habit all belong to. I don't know Mark. If you've ever seen animal house. No, no, no. I know. Fraternity. I'm telling you that's very benign compared to some other rituals that go on at frat houses across the country. So to say, it's reflective of the culture of Kavanagh's fraternity. And that's again, that's somehow a story come a democrat, Merrick garland, Mark could you get any of this stuff happening? Of course. Not. No, no, this that you're you're you're absolutely wise. Re reflective of the reflective of the culture. Yeah. Try try try taking that to a county courthouse in getting it in under the rules of evidence. It's a great piece Joe and Allison's can read it in the hill, a medium set highest standards when it comes to reporting these career ending accusations..

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Understand the the negotiations. They've now got a new the there's a new offer who's made the offer which which which side is it one of the one of them's made a counter offer of the terms for this thing, the GOP's made account j GOP's made a counter offer to to see the professor on Wednesday on that very subject. Let us go to Joe tonsure from the hill because Joe has an excellent call call them today called media, MS sent highest standards for reporting career, ending accusations. And and Joe right now, they don't seem to have any standards at all really. I mean, I I don't know if you're a surprise Mark anymore, by the way, Armenia media conducts itself what basically every political story, and I'm not talking about local media. I still think that's pretty good. When I get my local news. And I got my sports. I get my weather, and I hear about who rob this or who who ran over this person, or whatever, I I'm I'm keeping them out of it. And I'm keeping international reporting out of it as well because I still think that's pretty strong as far as what what goes on for more zones problems. We never see that kind of reporting anymore in the US. It's it's all Trump Trump Trump all the time because that's what that's what rates, but in this case with capital. I mean, have you ever seen the media take one side as much as they have? And it's all under the premise of you are guilty until proven innocent Brett cannon that is the steam that they're going with and and you make the point that the the media com be as stupid as they appear to be because you you bring up. For example, someone who purported to be an old school friend of the accused who was at the same school, and who appeared to confirm the story, and then it turned out. No, she didn't actually know how at all that. In fact, she has no connection to the accuser. No. It's called vetting right in journalism, where if somebody just says, yeah, I know that this happened between Brett Cavanaugh, and Catherine Ford, and I as she puts it up on her on our Facebook page, and then suddenly the thing goes viral instantly. But then I it's discovered not too long after that by her own admission that she doesn't know Catherine Ford that she doesn't know whether it happened, and she just kind of simply opposes breath Cavanaugh because he's a Trump supreme court nominee, right? What's the story for hours in the problem is ally can go billion times around the World Social media before the truth ever gets its pants on? So even when they finally correct, you know, and some subsequent tweet or or a clarification belies all ready out there. Yeah. Problem. So that was one example that I found I couldn't believe that that even got to air in the first place. Well, what is the what is the issue here? Because I said, I can't believe that these reporters are that stupid. So therefore in a sense, there's a lack of good faith in in how they covering the story, isn't that? You're exactly right about that. When we hear when I hear from other reporters that say, well, we're human we make mistakes. So you know, it's going to happen once in a while. Yeah. Of course, they are. That's fine. But these aren't dumb people like you talk about these are people there calculating again. I don't wanna use a broad brush is an all media members all one network, you know, there's still some good people out there. But but the problem is that it is so intentional and it's so transparent. What is going on here? Right. I mean, for instance, Jim studio right who worked in the State Department. He's a smart guy and he worked for ABC before that. Now, he's an anchor at CNN. He actually. We had a story yesterday or tweet yesterday where he said that Chuck Grassley who runs the Senate Judiciary committee chairman had only offered Catherine Ford the option to testify in Washington in front of the Senate with all the cameras rolling. It was blatantly untrue because grizzlies office even had to respond to the tweet saying we offered her. The ability to testify in private or we'll even go out to California at her home or wherever shooter had to have known this. So Grassley office response, you know, how long it took shooed then send out a correction tweet to say. Oh, yeah. There are options twenty hours right mediate should take twenty minutes. Mark. No. The first week got retweeted seventy six hundred times, and then shudo's correction tweets like something like ninety. So again, the lie got out there. And when the correction came no one cared anymore because the lie was to juicy if you're anti Trump, and it's a bit like a lot of this stuff is like Chinese whispers, if you can if you can still use that expression because you quote a guy in here. Saying that basically damning Brad Kavanagh because his fraternity at Yale. He posted a picture of Kavanagh's fraternity at Yale waving a flag woven from women's underwear. There's no cabin is. And in the picture. These are a bunch of guys who we don't even know whether he's ever met any of these guys who are waving the underwear flag around the let's take the underwear flag and hanging around Kavanagh's neck. I mean, that's that's not even guilt by association that's guilt by association with somebody's novelty flag made from ladies underwear. I mean, I don't even get that. The best part is that the report is the Washington bureau chief for the Washington Post. Okay. This is a very big deal right at any tweets. He tweets set out. And so then when people start calling him on it like, wait a minute Kavanagh's, not even the pitcher. Yeah. Wasn't clear in my first tweet. I was trying to say that this was reflective of the culture fraternity that brek Cavanaugh belong to. I don't know Mark. If you've ever seen animal house. No, no, no. I know. Yeah. Yeah. A fraternity I'm telling you, that's very benign compared to some other rituals that go on at frat houses across the country. So to say, it's reflective of the culture of Kavanagh's fraternity. And that's again, that's somehow a story. Or a democrat were Merrick garland. Mark could you any of this stuff happening? Of course, not. No, no, you're you're you're absolutely wise, re reflective of the reflective of the concert. Yeah. Try try try taking that to a county courthouse in getting it in under the rules of evidence. It's a great piece Joe, and our listeners can read it in the hill, a medium highest standards when it comes to reporting these Harir ending accusations. Thanks a lot Joe conscience. Open line Friday on the Rush Limbaugh show one eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two you don't have to talk about Cavanaugh. We can talk about anything that is on your mind. Any subject you want to talk about it's yours..

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Kavanaugh accuser has Friday deadline to decide whether to testify

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00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser has Friday deadline to decide whether to testify

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So she says she's asked, you know, you're one of four women who are on the committee. How does that impact? These these things here's her answer. Of course, it helps set there women on that committee. But you know, what I expect the men in this country and the men in this committee, and many of them believe me because we all signed onto this letter to demand and FBI investigation. But really guesses perpetuating all of these kinds of actions. It's the man in this country. And I just want to say to the men of this country just shut up and step up. Do the right thing. Okay. I'm a little upset by this. You know, the fairness of she's a little upset by donkey now. She just told the men to shut up that the men perpetuate this your father. You have children. Let's say you have sons, and here's a Senator. Who just told the men to shut up and lumped all of them into the category of guilty. The article be up momentarily at WBZ dot com. I wrote a I wrote an Email to the boys of America from fathers all across America. The subject line is don't date women like maisy Harouna. Boys. Listen, we know we've had the talk, and we're not trying to have that conversation all over again. But feel free to come to us with questions. But there is something we the fathers all across America forgot to mention as you get older, and you date, you'll date girls, and some of you will date other boys, and we can handle that you might not think we can handle either. But we can work tougher than you think. But the one thing we cannot stress enough you do not date women like Hawaii, Senator maisy Hirono. Oh, sure. There's nothing wrong with dating strong successful women. We like strong successful women. But that's not Senator Hirono seriously. Don't let the title fool, you Hillary Clinton had lots of titles Floridas first lady Senator secretary of state, but none of those changed what she is a liar a criminal and a neighbor of a sexual abuser. Who was supported by other supposedly strong women like Senator maisy Harouna? You do not date women like Senator maisy Hirono. Here's why she's all over this allegation against Scotus nominee breath Cavanaugh, and it's a serious allegation from Dr Christine blazey Ford that Cavanaugh seventeen held her down when she was fifteen and tried to take off her clothes at a party. It's an ugly accusation, you never treat a woman that way, but there are real questions, including why she doesn't remember who's house. It was. A near specific date. It happens or even who was at the party. There's even a debate about who was at the party. That's not a complete story. And so we're clear boys. Men don't force themselves on women you ever tried to force yourself on a girl, and we'll beat the crap out of you, and your mom will do far worse. So we think paying attention to these allegations make sense enough. But you heard what she just said, boys. This is why you don't date women like Senator Haruna. I she's a liar. No all men do not perpetuate all these kinds of actions. Anyone male or female who tells you that or tells you that masculinity is toxic is someone you should stay away. From anyone who tells you that all men are rapists, you run away from them? Same for any woman who wants to lump all men some horrific category. These are liars and dangerous liars. At that. As we've always taught you being a man is good. And being a man is important second. Don't you ever? Let anyone tell you to just shut up who the hell is she she doesn't know you. She's lumping you in with our straw, man. Sexual abusers women like that who think they're all about social Justice by tearing you down by the meaning you aren't worth your time, your love or your attention. You want to be in a relationship with people who will build you up like you will for them not viciously attack whole group that humanity based on crazed ideology. Women like that thing are being brave. They're not bravery is when a woman who has been abused comes forward. Bravery those who wear the uniform of our nation. Bravery is not a Senator screaming that all men are guilty. That's not bravery. That's disgusting. Oh and never take life advice from someone who supports Hillary Clinton. There's a lot more. But it's an Email. We'd rather have the conversation face to face just know that you're not a bad person because you are born a man just like a woman is not a bad for being born a woman Senator Geraldo said something disgusting and dangerous boys. She lied, and if she believes it, then she's a bad person, you are too valuable and your time too important to waste around bad people. And that's why you don't date women like Senator maisy Hirono. We love you. Call your mother signed fathers all across America.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good for America, ending up with someone worse is that a winning endorsement breath Cavanaugh. Well, it's realism. So you have to try to figure out. Whether at the end of the day, you're going to be better off or not be careful what you wish for what people don't quite understand the rules of the game. The president is the first mover. So if you defeat his first nominee, if he's a clever president or even a vindictive one he will serve up someone the second time around that you're not gonna be able to stop and you're gonna like even less many Democrats don't think can really answered whether or not president could be subpoenaed or pardon himself. Do you feel like you could now spell out how cavenaugh views the scope of the president's authority? Just like anyone else in your audience read what he has said he's delivered speeches on this topic. He's participated in various events, people need to understand that folks change their mind capital himself has changed his mind on executive power over the years. So Cavanagh declined to really give any hints beyond his previous, writings and statements. I'm not sure that those are the sensible rules of engagement for confirmation process. But they have been the rules of engagement in years past nominees have basically not made promises on currently contested constitutional issues and your vision, how well did the Democrats handle these hearings? I mean, you urged the Democrats to ask fair questions of Kavanagh. Did they they're entitled to ask all sorts of questions? We have to try to think about what game they're playing the could be simply playing the election game. They gotta get there. Folks out. I was our folks I'm a democrat to the polls in November. And if that's the game, they're playing I think they may have mobilized people to understand what the stakes are because presidents and senators pick justices and voters picked presence and senators, but if instead they were actually trying to block Cavanaugh and not sure that they actually succeeded at all because I didn't see any Republicans who were defecting if the game was to defeat taverna. I'm not sure I'm seeing it. If the game is to get the troops out November. Maybe the Democrats achieved what they were trying to. Now, if Cavanaugh is confirmed, which seems likely this will really change the makeup of the court as a self professed liberal Democrat. How worried are you? I actually think Brett Kavanagh is good. I think he's the best sitting federal Republican charge under age sixty. I'm gonna pony. Of the Trump administration. This is the one most sane most sober most classy thing that the administration has done. So I'm participating in the game. Because that's actually our constitutional system wants the Republicans won both the presidency and the Senate they get the court. I kill read Amar is a professor at Yale Law School. Thank you very much..

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on KGO 810

"Zero eight one zero happy Wednesday breath Cavanaugh is getting grilled right now by Senator dick Durbin. So let's get the latest what the heck is going on with these high drama Cavanaugh hearings. Washington Post senior editor Mark Fisher joins me on the phone right now. Mark thanks for coming on the show today. Good to be with you. So where do we begin? This thing is this is the most heated supreme court hearing in my memory. I think I was a kid when the Bork hearings were going on during summer vacation. And this seems to be maybe even more dramatic than that. Well, I don't know the differences of the Bork hearing was really a two-way spectacle, senators grilling him, and he was giving back every bit as good as he got in. This case, though, we have this different scenario where Kevin all like other supreme court nominees in recent history is trying his best to avoid giving any clues about how he might rule in any case. So you have tough questions coming his way and not a whole lot of answers. You have the spectacle of him again. And again, saying I'm not going to answer that question. And so that's the no forecasts. No hints rule that they sometimes call the Ginsburg rule because spader Ginsburg started down this path. When he was nominated. So the hearing have become a very one way kind of scenario. So a judge breath Cavanaugh is testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee right now. Washington Post senior editor marks Fisher joins me on the phone. One of my concerns in all of this is the idea that there are hundreds of thousands of pages of documents from Cavanaugh was in the Bush White House. And there is even I had not even heard this. When I heard Pat, Senator Lahey this morning talk about stolen materials, I had forgotten about that scandal and cavenaugh got grilled. Where are we in terms of understanding what these documents are that got dumped late, and we'll how all that is playing into this. Well, it's become a big point for the Democrats to use as a cudgel against Kevin on fact. One of the senators was just grilling him about the question of. He involved in the decision to withhold. These documents Cavanaugh says he not only wasn't involved you need to know about it. And the Democrats weren't really buying that. So it's become a useful tool for them in trying to set up this confrontation. But is it going to go anywhere? No. I mean, th th there's they're not going to get the additional documents during the course of these hearings. They have what they have. And the rest is is buried under this cloak of executive privilege. The idea being that wind capital work, President Bush that was work product involving the decisions of the president and his aides. And therefore, they say that's not eligible for being divulged to the public in this way. So we'll eventually see those documents. But it may be years down the road. Of course, by that point, judge, then Justice Cavanaugh will have a lifetime tenure on the supreme court. Yeah. Exactly Washington Post senior editor Mark Fisher is joining me on the phone now. Reagan set the precedence. Though that I thought that in the case of William Radin Rehnquist under pressure. He released those documents that had executive privilege and bureau under the Nixon administration when Rehnquist worked for Nixon. Why is that not being applied? This time. The. Yeah. The precedent that they're using that the Republicans believe using is the one that was set by Democrats went Elena Kagan, then the dean of Harvard Law School, but previously the solicitor general the United States the they set the president. And they've been throwing the Democrats quotes back at them, including Senator Leahy. He's quote saying that there would be no disclosure of those records because they were under executive privilege. They were involved our communications with the president. And so when she was up for supreme court position, those documents were not divulge. And so now that the foot is on the other foot a different party. That's defending the failure to disclose these documents. They're saying, hey, guys, you guys. Did it this way? When it was your person that we're doing it this way as well. So that's the game that we've been watching over the last couple of days that'll continue through these hearings there. I mean, luckily. There's been some movement toward actual discussion of legal issues and some other kinds of social issues that come before the court moved a little bit back towards substance today, but the document. The debate continues through much of this as well. And ultimately Mark Fisher, Washington Post senior editor joining me on the phone right now alternately I mean, unless to Republicans are planning on switching this is all an exercise in partisan politics for TV cameras in newspapers. Because the Democrats don't have the votes to stop it. Anyway. Well, that's exactly right. This is a foregone conclusion, you know, the Republicans can that they've changed the rules and allowed a supreme court Justice to be approved by a majority vote. They hold the majority came over it was so why are we doing this will it? It's important to understand. We're supreme court justices are coming from how they make their decisions. And there were to be some big bombshell. You could conceivably see a couple of Republicans peeling away. The you know, the calculus the dynamic good change at that point. But there's no sign that that's happening in this case. And so it is as you say a bit of theater, it's a it's a classic Washington ritual. And it does reveal something about our politics to see. And partisan. This whole exchange has been more. So than perhaps at other times in the past. And that that tells us more about the Senate and the nature of the partisan polarization in the country that it does about the supreme award, or this particular dominate Washington Post senior editor Mark Fisher is joining me on the phone, Mark. What are your thoughts? I listened to Lindsey Graham the other day, I guess it was just yesterday. Wow. There's been a lot of hearings and a lot of news going on. What did you think of what he said because he kind of picked on the partisan nature of what's going on in these hearings. What were your thoughts about what he had to say? Well, he certainly absolutely right that it was a very short time ago when for example. Lina Kagan or bitter Ginsburg were. Approved for the spring court. You saw north of ninety senators voting for these nominees, even if they were from the opposing party, even if they had a completely different traditional philosophy. Then the Senator says so there was a tradition of voting for whoever was deemed to be highly qualified judge with a strong legal background whether or not you agreed with them. And now it's like so much else in our politics. Become the question of which team are you on whose tribe? Are you a part of that is a shift in the nature of the hearings process and the nature of the vetting of candidates? I would argue though that we go back to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and say this really isn't as new we just haven't seen it in recent years. And the reason why is like if we look at the dean Shimransky here in Berkeley school. Law bolt he wrote and a really nice piece in the journal breaking down what changes with cavenaugh versus Kennedy, and these are major issues for people everything from abortion rights. Affirmative action LGBTQ writes, the exclusionary rule for evidence punishment in criminal cases, disparate impact liability. I think that you know, cavenaugh, maybe shifts, and maybe that's part of the reason why we're seeing such a very partisan nature to these hearings. All of the nineteen thirties was maybe the last time we saw to this degree will Franklin Roosevelt record. We had nine supreme court nominations. Every one of them was approved and seven of nine we're approved by a voice vote. They were so noncontroversial that the hearings barely got into any detail at all. And it was your classic rubber-stamping. And so you had people from both Roosevelt's party and the opposition joining together in a voice. Vote to approve his nominees. So it was a very different approach that the Senate had to its duty to advise and consent on supreme court nominees from the advising consent standpoint. But from he remember he threatened court packing. And that's how we ended the Lochner era, for example, because states kept passing laws on everything from minimum wages in the supreme court kept shooting down. So you right from the actual hearing and confirmation process, but in terms of the drama of what was happening at the supreme court, and what was at stake at the supreme court. That's where I see a parallel. Oh, absolutely. I mean, certainly when it comes to the role of the court we had yesterday, Ben Sasse, the Republican Senator from Nebraska, arguing that the court downplays outsize role in American politics, and he attributed that to Congress's inability or unwillingness to consult the big issues facing our country. And so they those issues get you fronted over to the he may be right? And in the case of some of those issues, but that's not what. It's happened over the course of history the last seventy years as you point out that was happening under Roosevelt and subsequently as well. Certainly that the criticism of the Warren court, and then I was very much around that that issue. So you're right. As far as the nuts and bolts, the substance of what the court takes on the role that it plays in our politics. But on the confirmation issue, that's where you really have seen shift at a shift toward partisanship. And a politicisation of the process. Yeah. Absolutely. Really? Appreciate your insight. Washington. Po senior editor Mark Fisher. It's always great to talk to you. Thanks for your time. Thank you. Absolutely. And coming up in just a minute from politico, California playbook Carla Marinucci for one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Ethan Bearman on cagey L A. Ten.

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Florida, Croatia and Joe Manchin discussed on Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Florida, Croatia and Joe Manchin discussed on Dana Loesch

"Florida grown pc this is news ninety six point five wdbo the danish show song by simple minds this they didn't even like this song that they did which is crazy because i think it's they're fast i can just listen to this all day is my favorite song and then i think the call i think she's still centuries me i that's the thing and then we have simple nights anyway sure it let's kick it into some click five for data's quick five croatia took an extra time they're going to advanced to world cup final and then all the british people through their beer a new tom petty song has dropped according to variety that's a box that track list and american an american treasure two box set the track list was revealed a new song is coming out of it called keep a little soul that's the new tom petty song joe manchin says breath cavanaugh has quote all the right qualities oh man that democrat resist on to kavanagh's totally following falling apart american service member was killed on joint combat operation with afghan forces according to us officials it's the second american servicemember killed in action there since saturday four omit us service members have been killed in action in afghanistan this year eleven in twenty seventeen awful and as always your thoughts and prayers are with our military family members and friends this let's see here papa john's is in trouble there founder reportedly used a racial slur will he said he did he admitted it during a conference call he quoted someone who used a racial slur and now he's gone i feel like this is an onion story but it's not we have a lot more on this and other.

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"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"breath cavanaugh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"To me there's a lot to go over as far as brek cavanaugh and how he feels about various things and you know that a lot of these folks on the left i mean they are really looking into this guy's entire life and everything that he's ever done everything that he's ever written everything that he's ever said anything that is on the record or off is going to be out there for we the american people to mull over now the big question is with all of these three hundred or so writings plus all of the other writings that he's done is there a little something there that the democrats would be able to hold on to try and keep this guy off of the supreme court but the bottom line is breath cavanaugh at least for me you know the republicans have the the nuclear option and we can use this here to bring this guy to the supreme court with a simple majority and so if you folks on the left or angry again as i said in the open don't be angry with trump he's doing what conservatives do he's doing what republican president does he's nominating a conservative judge and again obama said and others on the left said elections have consequences you're absolutely right you're absolutely right elections do indeed have consequences it was the democrats as we all know that that introduced the nuclear option back in two thousand thirteen so the democrats have no one to blame but i feel like i should thank the democrats as a matter of fact thank you democrats for running a a horrific presidential candidate in hillary clinton seriously flawed presidential candidate in hillary clinton in two thousand sixteen at thank you to barack obama for leaving the dnc in such huge debt so that hillary would be able to pay off the dnc's debt so that she and the dnc could work together to marginalize bernie sanders which is now left the party their party the democrats in such huge disarray thank you to hillary and obama and the dnc and the media for doing everything you can't you could do in while trying to win the presidential election which you really managed to do was demoralized your base to the point where they didn't even want to come out to vote and that led to other things that led to the victory of one donald j trump so as difficult as it is for me to say and of course i'm saying all of this rather tongue in cheek like thank you to the democrats for all that you've done to damage your own party because we have a what looks to me like a pretty good choice in brad kavanagh for the united states supreme court.

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Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court: source

24 Hour News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court: source

"Talking president murphy here in fort lee president trump is said to have narrowed his list for the supreme court correspondent karen travers reports the announcement is scheduled for monday isn't and trump is spending a long weekend at his golf club in new jersey meeting with senior staff to make final choice on a nominee to be the next supreme court justice sources tell abc news that the three frontrunners are breath cavanaugh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic all federal appeals court judges staffer prepping material for each contender but one source tells abc news that this weekend is going to kill us suggesting president trump will likely change his mind multiple times emigrants meantime are reportedly bracing for a battle to try and block the nominee word is they will focus on the threats to abortion law and the affordable care act as a way to try and force moderate republicans including susan collins of maine not to back the president's pick wins news time at ten thirty six a legal victory for conservative leaning professor at marquette university there was consonants state supreme court says the school should not have fire john mike adams who was let go for a blog post criticizing student instructor who he believes shutdown discussion about opposition to gay marriage mcadam sued the private catholic school in two thousand sixteen arguing that he lost his job for exercising freedom of speech the school said he was let go because he named the instructor gave personal information about her and linked to a personal website the court has ruled that he be immediately reinstated seventy five degrees cloudy skies we're headed up to eighty three today in mid town we are looking at showers and some heavy thunderstorms wins news time ten thirty seven as a.

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