35 Burst results for "Brett Cavanaugh"

Florida Governor Sends Migrants to Martha's Vineyard

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | Last week

Florida Governor Sends Migrants to Martha's Vineyard

"It started out a few weeks, a few months ago. As governor Abbott says, I'm going to take some busloads of migrants and send them to muriel Bowser's front doorstep there in D.C. to Eric Adams in New York that went well. And then to Lori Lightfoot's neighborhood in Chicago, where she promptly schlepped them over into conservative suburbs with Republican mayors. Cry more, cry more. And then Ron DeSantis, I guess day before yesterday, came up with the idea in Florida that says, let's have areas right there on screen and Salem news channel. Watch the entire proceeding zero in the Salem news channel. Let's take some migrants and let's send them to Martha's Vineyard. And then I can imagine governor Abbott there, the governor's mansion in Austin saying, hold my beer, I am now going to send a couple of bus loads to observatory circle in Washington, two Kamala Harris house. Now, this is an important distinction. I have often said, you remember when they were protesting at Brett Kavanaugh's house where they were protesting at Amy Coney Barrett's house, Supreme Court Justices, et cetera. And whether it's a national issue or a local issue, I am the guy who's always said in terms of protest, stay away from people's homes. Go to their offices, their workplaces, stay away from people's private homes. Ha ha. They're in lies the meaningful adjective because observatory circle is not a private home. That's

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Kavanaugh Dinner Targeted by Abortion-Rights Activists

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Kavanaugh Dinner Targeted by Abortion-Rights Activists

"I'm still very curious. As to an argument and I want to, is there anyone who listens to my radio show that is willing to argue the validity of abortions, I don't see that it makes sense. Just recently, AOC, which the book chief bandit, I don't know why she's celebrating the fact that Justin Brett Kavanaugh literally got protested out of a restaurant, Morton's steakhouse, in downtown Washington, because he was one of 6 Supreme Court Justices who decided that roe V wade or abortions should have never been a constitutionally protected. I don't understand as a woman. And I'm not a woman, but I'm married to a woman, and I came out of a woman, okay? Who came out of a woman who came out of a woman. You get the drift. I don't understand how a person can feel that their rights have been taken away from them, and they have been disenfranchised in this country because they can not have abortions.

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Poor Brett Kavanaugh Can't Make Decisions About His Own Body

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Poor Brett Kavanaugh Can't Make Decisions About His Own Body

"So I'm sure you have no thoughts on Brett Kavanaugh being forced to did he have to use a back alley? Is that what happens? Steakhouse, he was yes, he exited a Washington D.C. Morton's through the back door. So like a back alley, that's terrible. Yeah. Was that his only choice? Was it someone invaded this? Protesters showed up out front called the manager calling, I called the manager to tell him to kick Kavanaugh out later, tweeted that just as the justice was forced to exit through the rear, first of all, he never even saw them or came into contact with them, right? I mean, imagine being punished for a decision you think you have the right to make. Right. Right. How dare anyone invade his privacy? That's right. Yeah. And you know, first of all, Morton's really. And secondly, they call them Morton's the steakhouse. And that's just annoying on the Ohio State university. Morton's this takeout, cage, the elephant, Portugal, the man. Oh my God. I mean, people were all over it on Twitter, but Jay said, I feel terribly for justice Kavanaugh. He tried to make a choice, namely where his body should be and what should be inside it, then a small group of people, unrelated to him, showed up and made it impossible for him to make that choice. I mean, I mean, I just love, I just love all the people on all the Democrats saying, yeah, people show up in protest where I am all the time. They do it all the freaking time. Oh my God. I'm not a whiny baby about it. I just have my meal and go about my

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We Must Acknowledge Trump's Role in the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 2 months ago

We Must Acknowledge Trump's Role in the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

"We need to make sure we understand it. If it wasn't for somebody else, this would not have got done. And I know everyone has different opinions of this individual, but this is a fact, and you don't have to like one about to say. You don't have to like it, but if you like babies and you like the unborn, the misses a fact. How do I put this? Someone who lived a colorful life from New York City, who was once pro choice himself who once supported Planned Parenthood, God had a call on his life. Or maybe just one or two or three reasons. But to go down a golden escalator and win an election, he was not supposed to win. And again, you don't have to like the guy. I'm not saying you have to like it. It's a fact of life that God can use anybody for any reason. And he did a highly suspicious thing. He actually did what he said he was going to do. I know we're not used to that. Makes us all very freaked out, right? And we got Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. And I want to say, Kavanaugh's ruling on immigration was somewhat disappointing, but if you survive an assassination attempt on your family and you still rule correctly on roe V wade, that's worthy of appreciation and applause. It really is. That's courage. So it's a big moment for the church. We must now step into this and help the people that need our help and see this as a great

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Protesters Force Supreme Court Justice to Leave Restaurant

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Protesters Force Supreme Court Justice to Leave Restaurant

"We have another story for you. Supreme Court Justice. Brett Kavanaugh, went out to dine and a Morton steakhouse in Washington, D.C., and thugs of the pro choice movement, not everybody on the pro, so I saw it as a thug. But thugs on the pro choice side told Morton's to kick him out. And so harassed him that he sneaked out of the restaurant through the back entrance. This is from mediaite Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh forced to escape D.C. steakhouse. Through back due to protesters, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh exited a Washington D.C. steakhouse this week through the back door due to protesters reported Politico. The outlet's playbook newsletter reported on Friday that Kavanaugh was called dining at Morton's downtown D.C. location as protesters soon showed up out front, called the manager to tell him to kick Kavanaugh out and later tweeted that the justice was forced to exit through the rear of the restaurant.

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Dan Bongino: If Libs Want to Pack the Court, Conservatives Will Play

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Dan Bongino: If Libs Want to Pack the Court, Conservatives Will Play

"Didn't work out well for the Democrats last time Taught him a lesson They wanted to dump the filibuster We said okay dump the filibuster Here's Amy Coney Barrett Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh How do you like them apples You want to make the Supreme Court 12 Let's make it 36 And we'll nominate well nominate 20 more You want to make it 36 We'll make it a 136 Next thing you know what it looked like a parliamentary system in the UK We can do that too I'm warning you now I will use every microphone and video camera in my power I'm not suggesting my word isn't any way dispositive I don't have an inflated sense of self worth But as I said in my podcast earlier and I'll say again now I've got a lot of friends and conservative media that agree with me some don't Many do I will make sure that if you decide to pack the court that all of us press every single person in a Republican or orbit from the activist space up on The donors and everyone else to press every single Republican to nominate three people for everyone they nominate back You may not like what you see after that Make it a national right to school choice You may get national pro life legislation codifying the right to life you may get a flat tax You may get a fair tax You're not going to like any of that You may get a balanced budget amendment You're not going to like any of that

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Man pleads not guilty to trying to kill Justice Kavanaugh

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Man pleads not guilty to trying to kill Justice Kavanaugh

"A man pleaded not guilty to trying to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Nicholas Rossi from California was arrested outside Kavanaugh's home near Washington an FBI agent's affidavit said he was armed with a gun and a knife and was carrying zip ties and was dressed in black and also called local police to say he had traveled from California to kill Kavanaugh After his arrest Rossi told a police detective he was upset by a leaked draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court is about to overturn roe versus wade The landmark abortion case and was also upset over the school massacre in uvalde Texas and believed Kavanaugh would vote to loosen gun control laws Rossi remains in custody a tentative trial date was set for August 23rd Ed Donahue Washington

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Caller Defends Nancy Pelosi for Not Condemning Violence on Churches

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Caller Defends Nancy Pelosi for Not Condemning Violence on Churches

"I'm great. Go ahead and tell me why Nancy Pelosi is worth defending on this subject. Fancy Pelosi has a speaker in the House, is putting out a generic statement. Now, when she says she's a real Catholic. Camp the Catholic Church takes a real strong stance on violence, destruction, abortion. We're based on scripture as all faith I believe are. But she doesn't say go and burn down buildings. Go and attack. She just is not saying anything because she doesn't support it. But when you're being watched by the turtle because I believe she has lost the right to take communion. She is now, you know, with all due respect, you sort of merge the two topics. On the issue of abortion, she is asked, how do you reconcile your Catholic Church, your Catholicism with being pro abortion and her answer was, I'm a very I'm very Catholic. Then on the subject of the burning of pro life pregnancy centers, she was asked, why don't Democrats condone it? And she said a woman has a right to choose. Those are two different things in two different specific answers.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"But we were talking about the state of affairs and Dennis talking about Joe Biden's inability to be a decent person. I don't know if that's what this is all about or not, but listen to what he said to the CEO of Joanne stores who again, her husband passed away. This is how the consoler in chief. That's what they like to call him. The consoler in chief, check out how he consoled her. And by the way, my sympathies to the family of your. You CFO, who are drop dead very unexpectedly. And my best of their family is tough stuff. Oh boy. Oh boy. When you're saying you're sorry that your husband died, you might want not want to say he dropped dead. To the grieving widow, that's our president, yep, now it goes from that gaffe, I think it's a gaffe. I mean, you need me to tell you not to tell somebody. Sorry your husband dropped dead. Play that one more time. You're just in case people missed it to recognize the mood we're all in and the apprehension we have over this befuddled infirm out of touch addled president one more time. And by the way, my sympathies to the family of your. You CFO who up on drop dead very unexpectedly and my best of their family is a tough stuff. Yeah, that's tough stuff all right. What's tough is you describing the unfortunate untimely unexpected passing of the husband of the CEO of Joanne's as having dropped dead. Now, it gets worse. Nancy Pelosi with a disastrous press conference yesterday over some real important fundamental issues like life or death, issues about the evil of this explosion of violence that's being committed against pro life pregnancy centers and pro life churches. First on the issue of abortion, I want you to hear how the Speaker of the House responded to a question about the inevitable conflict between being a Catholic and being pro abortion. I'm a very Catholic person and I believe in every woman's right to make her own decisions. I mean, are you kidding? That's your answer? To the question why in the world, how does a Catholic like you take such a staunch pro choice position? But I got a better one for you. If that isn't bad enough, I'm a very you're a very Catholic. What does that mean? It's not like you're a little bit pregnant. What did you think that people thought you might be sort of Catholic? No, no. She's very Catholic. I am very methodist. I proudly proclaim I'm a very methodist person. These people are so embarrassing. It's so bad. And then it gets pretty evil. Now we get into the territory of not right or wrong, but GERD versus evil. It is a fact that pro life buildings are being targeted by these radical leftist groups, I don't even like to say their name because they make my blood run cold. But listen to what Pelosi said when asked about the Democrat silence over violence against Brett Kavanaugh, we still haven't heard any condemnation or even a reference from Biden over the assassination attempt on justice Kavanaugh's life. They charge that guy with attempted murder. He was formally indicted this week. This was not some, they are convinced, had he gotten through, he was going to kill. He would have killed Brett Kavanaugh and maybe his family. Surely they're going to condemn that, right? Have you heard any Democrats condemning that? What do you think they'd be saying if a liberal justice's life was threatened this way? What do you think they'd be saying if there was an assassination attempt on the life of a Supreme Court Justice who swings to the left? Rather than the right..

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Joe Biden Offers Condolences, Saying Jo-Ann Stores CFO 'Dropped Dead'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden Offers Condolences, Saying Jo-Ann Stores CFO 'Dropped Dead'

"But we were talking about the state of affairs and Dennis talking about Joe Biden's inability to be a decent person. I don't know if that's what this is all about or not, but listen to what he said to the CEO of Joanne stores who again, her husband passed away. This is how the consoler in chief. That's what they like to call him. The consoler in chief, check out how he consoled her. And by the way, my sympathies to the family of your. You CFO, who are drop dead very unexpectedly. And my best of their family is tough stuff. Oh boy. Oh boy. When you're saying you're sorry that your husband died, you might want not want to say he dropped dead. To the grieving widow, that's our president, yep,

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Democrats Are Bad, Evil People

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Democrats Are Bad, Evil People

"Maybe Dennis prager is right. And I've heard the great Sebastian gorka say similar things. These people aren't just politically in the wilderness. They're bad people. They're evil. And if you're unable to condemn the attempted assassination of and Dennis said it last night. It's because they wanted it. If a conservative got murdered, Biden could put a liberal justice on the court on the bench. And you know, he said that and it gave me, it gave me, it made my blood run cold. Because I don't want to admit that. I don't want to say that. But I think it must be said.

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Nancy Pelosi Refuses to Condemn Violence Against Churches

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Refuses to Condemn Violence Against Churches

"Because if I told you the Nancy Pelosi. Ripped up the speech, the State of the Union address right in front of Donald Trump, you wouldn't have believed it. You'd say that's right out of an episode of veep. She's not that maniacal. She's not that nefarious, which she did it. Remember? Will you ever forget the image of Nancy Pelosi ripping up the text of president Trump's State of the Union, ripping it up, seconds after he completed the speech? Has there ever been a more despicable act by a public servant in the history of America? Yesterday, she was asked, why aren't Democrats condemning? The firebombings, the violent attacks on godly pro life pregnancy centers and churches all around America. We've made sure in context you can hear the question and the evil evil answer. Abortion case is concerned. On churches on crisis pregnancy centers, Republicans are going after Democrats for not saying anything and they're saying that your rhetoric is contributing to the tax on these prices. Well, let me just say this. A woman has a right to choose to live up to her responsibility. It's up to her. Her doctor, her family, her husband, her significant other, and her God. This talk politicizing all of this, I think, is something uniquely American and not right. Can you believe that? Can you believe, can you believe that's the answer to the question? A woman has a right to, hey, madam speaker, what do you think about churches being firebombed? A woman has a right to choose, it's like it's like Tourette syndrome.

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Joey Hudson Bullies Mike Gallagher to Sing the National Anthem Live

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Joey Hudson Bullies Mike Gallagher to Sing the National Anthem Live

"Me in advance. I'm going to apologize if this sounds crappy. He gave me no notice. I did not warm up. Thank goodness I remembered the words. Thank goodness I remembered to hit the notes because I was nervous as heck with about 5 seconds notice that here's my rendition of our national anthem last night at the 94 5 the answer patriots for America event with Dennis brager Mike Gallagher and my treacherous friend, Joey Hudson. Paul Jose, can you see by the dawns early light what so proudly we hailed at the twilight last gleaming whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight or the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming and the rockets red glare the bombs burst gave proof through the night that our flag was still there oh say does that star spangled banner yes. Or the land of the free and the home of the great. Wow all right, so a little pitchy started probably too high a key. I mean, you have no idea there's no key to start. There's no note and there was Joey Hudson just grinning like the Cheshire cat that he is throwing me that curve ball and having me sing

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Expect to Be Frugal at Joey Hudson's Home

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Expect to Be Frugal at Joey Hudson's Home

"I was with hundreds of people last night. You know, it's funny story about being here in the upstate of South Carolina with my pal Joey Hudson and his wife peg and we're broadcasting from the luxurious Hudson compound, the guest quarters I had fun last night making fun of Joey with the tiny little bar of soap that he left me upstairs in the bathroom and the tiny little roll of toilet paper. It's the smallest roll of toilet paper I've ever seen in the history of toilet paper. I don't know how he does it. Joey is so the nice way to put it is frugal. The more direct way it is to point out that he has the first dollar he ever made. He gets so mad at me for and he's my business manager. So when all the money that I spend goes out the window, he just shakes his head. He gave up trying to talk me out of my stupid extravagant spending habits. I just like to spend, you know? Thank goodness I've got a decent job that makes gives me a good living and I can afford some things that I probably shouldn't be spending money on. And I tried very hard to be as charitable and as giving as I can, but God has been good to me and God is blessed me and so Joey tries to remind me constantly that I should be more frugal. So that's why you should see the little bar of soap. It's like you hold the soap between your index finger and your thumb. And this is the bath, that's your body soap upstairs in the bathroom. Here at the Hudson farms. So to wash your like your left shoulder, that's the end of the bar. You need like 6 bars of soap to cover your body.

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MyPillow Products Are Perfect for Father's Day

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 3 months ago

MyPillow Products Are Perfect for Father's Day

"But in the meantime, as we kick things off, it's a Friday, June the 17th. First of all, let me thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the love you gave Mike lindell and my pillow yesterday with purchasing my pillow products after the news broke that Walmart has canceled my pillow. It's going to be a tough, tough blow for the my pillow family. Walmart is woke like Disney like AmEx, like Major League Baseball, like all of these corporations, job creators network is fighting back. They got a big billboard, a new billboard on Times Square, go woke and go broke. They're fighting back against these woke politically correct cowardly corporations, but I said to you, if you go to my pillow dot com and click on the mic Gallagher radio specials box and click the promo and enter the promo code Mike G and you'll save a bunch of money on the slippers in the bathrobes and the doggy beds and the pillows. You're going to be supporting my pillow at a time when they really need it. A lot of people I met last night here in South Carolina told me they did just that yesterday. I saw the sales numbers tens and tens of thousands of dollars of orders. Let's keep it going, please. Go to my pillow dot com. Let's show Mike lindell and my pillow. How much we support them and love them. And we don't give a rat's rear end what Walmart does. Shame on Walmart for caving, shame on the politically correct crowd being afraid of the woke Twitter mob. So support my pillow. Be a great time. And here's a great Father's Day gift. I know Father's Day is this weekend. You won't get the slippers in time. Dad's gonna love these slippers. Dad's gonna love the bathrobe. Dad's gonna love the loungewear. Here's what you do. Or order the slippers or one of the great MyPillow products for dad for Father's Day, and then print it out on your printer. Print out the sheet from your confirmation form, put that in a box, give it to dad for Father's Day and then he'll get the slippers very

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Joe Biden's Example of 'Evil'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden's Example of 'Evil'

"Not going to be overturned. Abortion will still be legal in America. It will simply be decided by the states and inevitably blue states will be pro abortion, red states will be pro life. Maybe some red states will be pro abortion. I don't know, maybe they'll be an outlier and a blue state that will be pro life. But it's not a federal decision. And the court is probably going to strike that down. But as we know, the homes of some of the Supreme Court Justices conservative jurists have been targeted for protests, led by the Democrats. Who don't seem to condemn it. Oh, the irony of the January 6th select committee. Where right now Liz Cheney is leading her Mary band of witch hunters? In trying to make the case that Donald Trump and the Republicans and the conservative media incited violence on January 6th. Well, who incited Nicholas John Rossi? You want me to play the list of Democrat? Officials? Even Joe Biden? You want me to you want me to point out? That the harsh, vile rhetoric, directed to the Supreme Court over this issue? Could very well have incited an assassination against a supreme justice and yet Joe Biden is utterly silent about it. His silence isn't politics. I'd submit to you that that's evil. I would submit to you that that's an example of evil.

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Joe Biden Still Silent on Attempted Assassination of Justice Kavanaugh

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden Still Silent on Attempted Assassination of Justice Kavanaugh

"Last night, here in the upstate of South Carolina, we had an event with hundreds of people that the radio station presented, and one of the issues that came up at this town hall forum was whether or not the Democrats are just misguided and delusional and wrong on policy or are many of them evil. Is there an evilness to the silence of an American president over an assassination plot against a Supreme Court Justice? To this day, Joe Biden has failed to say anything at all about the man who has now formally been indicted for the assassination plot against justice Brett Kavanaugh. You don't need me to tell you what Biden would be doing if that assassination plot had been carried out against a liberal justice. You don't need me to tell you what the media would be doing. If some lunatic evil monster tried to assassinate a liberal justice on the court, but this week Nicholas John Rossi from Simi Valley, California, who is in federal custody, is facing life in prison, he was indicted and formally charged with the attempted assassination with the assassination rather of Brett Kavanaugh. He planned to kill him, he told an FBI agent that he wanted to give his life a purpose, he wanted to kill justice Kavanaugh because he thought he would rule in favor of gun rights after the mass shooting and Yuval di. He was also targeting justice Kavanaugh because he was angry that the court was about to overturn abortion

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Biden signs bill to protect Supreme Court justices into law

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Biden signs bill to protect Supreme Court justices into law

"President Biden has signed a bill expanding security protection for the families of Supreme Court Justices U.S. Marshals already protect the justices themselves around the clock and their families will now get the same protection The president signed the bill 8 days after an armed man who threatened to kill Brett Kavanaugh was arrested near the justice's home The bill's backers said threats to the justices went up after the leak of a draft court opinion that would overrule roe V wade and the Senate unanimously passed the legislation shortly after It was held up in the House while Democrats sought to include protection for the families of court employees That ended up not being in the Bill and Democrats say they will work on it later Sagar Meghani Washington

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The Disconnect Between Democrats and Law Enforcement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:32 min | 3 months ago

The Disconnect Between Democrats and Law Enforcement

"Them. My mother in law sent me an article about the border patrol agents that were mounted, they were all mounted horses, and they were using split reins, but you know, they were accused by these crazy liberal lunatics. They were accused and said that they were whipping people. Now we're going to talk about that later. Shout out to my mother in law for giving me that story. However, the Democrats, 27 Democrats voted against protecting the Supreme Court justices. Why do you say that, mister Tatum? After Brett Kavanaugh, a person literally showed up to his house to kill him. Okay, can you imagine this? A person showed up to a Supreme Court Justice house to kill him because they disagreed with the position that he may take on roe V wade. The stances that he may have taken if the gun law legislation was brought to the Supreme Court. Show her to kill him. And immediately, Republicans asked for there to be protection for Brett Kavanaugh. Now in the credit of Democrats and Republicans in a bipartisan bipartisan measure in the Senate, all 100 senators voted, yes, to have the Supreme Court Justice get more security 24 hours a day. They're immediate family is I'll read the details of it. But to get them more security, the beef of the security is so they will be protected.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"2022 and then the colon will be a night to remember Welcome back in clay Travis buck Sexton show appreciate all of you hanging out with us as we roll through The Wednesday edition of the program and buck as we went to break I was talking and we were talking obviously about the attempted assassination of Brett Kavanaugh tempted murder however you want to classify it A man was arrested at one 45 a.m. outside of Brett Kavanaugh's home in Maryland and evidently told authorities that he was there because he supported roe V wade being law and unfortunately his thought process is if I kill Brett Kavanaugh before this opinion becomes law then there wouldn't be 5 votes at least based on the leaked Supreme Court data which is why we have said so much danger was put in place by that leak that whoever leaked that nearly had Supreme Court Justice blood on their hands thank God there were security there There were armed security guards who were able to take care of this armed would be assassin And I don't know if anybody inside of the Supreme Court listens to our show or ever pays attention to it but as a lawyer I know that chief justice Roberts cares desperately about the legitimacy of the court And if he truly cares about the legitimacy of the court and the sanctity of the court he needs to join the majority opinion here and make it 6 three Because the incentive structure and I hate to even have to talk about this but if it's a 5 to four decision until it comes out all the Supreme Court Justices in the majority are in grave danger And also once it comes out if it comes out as a 5 to four decision someone in a twisted mind could make the decision I want to kill one of these justices in the majority Biden would appoint a new one and it would flip back the other direction I mean it needs to be a 6 three decision The threat is only to the conservative constitutionalist justices as we all know That's right That is who the threat is to The threat That's what the league did The threat is only coming from Biden voting zealot lunatic pro abortion individuals That's actually where the threat is coming from And that is the reality of this political moment and we all know it but you're gonna see a lot of CNN a lot of MSNBC oh the general political temperature is really gone up recently No no No no you have one side that's saying let's protect babies and actually adhere to the constitution and the other side saying you better keep our crazy constitutional right of abortion or else That's what's going on It's scary And this is why I was so angry and still am so furious about whoever leaked this draft opinion and got it out into the public because it put a direct target that this guy tried to act on on Brett Kavanaugh and then the continuation of publishing their addresses and everything else in the protest has continued that threat We'll talk next with our friend Carol markowitz who broke a lot of this story.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:08 min | 8 months ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Like they really hit the gas on this. So I just don't understand how they could have done it quicker. And even if they could have done it quicker, like, if 9 months is too long of a window, why is it Ted bonds? Why is it 15 months? I mean, I just don't understand what we're doing here. And did any of the other justices? You know, break out their counters and go wait a second, Brett, we've got 9 months here. Well, the liberal justices and Roberts disagreed. It was a 5 to four decision. Roberts. Yeah, Robert, and Roberts is not a fan of the Voting Rights Act. No. Chief justice John Roberts asked if the government believed the citizens in the south are more racist than the citizens in the north. You know, he wrote that Shelby county decision. In the nearly a year since the Supreme Court struck down a key portion of the Voting Rights Act, 5 states have tightened access to voting. And even he said this went too far. But to answer your question, only one other justice joined Kavanaugh's opinion that was justice Alito. But Kavanaugh is the median justice on the Supreme Court. Like in these sorts of politically charged cases, they're typically for justice to his right, they're typically forge justices to his left. So if Kavanaugh says something, like, it's just really hard to find 5 votes to say, no, no dude, I'm sorry. You don't get what you want. And this is apparently what he wants is this extraordinarily wide per cell window. And I should say that Kavanaugh did have one caveat in his opinion. He did say, well, even if it's close to the election, if the answer is really clear cut. Like if it's just obvious that the plane if should win, then maybe this like you can't do anything close to an election rule doesn't apply. The problem is even Roberts wrote it. Like Roberts's descent said, dude, this one's clear cut. Under existing law, there's really no question here that the plaintiff should win. And no Alabama's argument that you can't take account of race when you're drawing the maps where you have to engage in a race conscious inquiry in order to draw the maps. I hope I'm not being a charitable here, but this opinion this decision makes no sense. Does this mean that the Supreme Court basically doesn't have a bar when it comes to voting rights or if it doesn't, where is the bar now? I'm struggling to understand it. Well, this is what scares me. So the Supreme Court in the last ten years has handed down before this Alabama case. They handed down three major decisions, Shelby county, Abbott V Perez and and C each one took a massive chunk out of the Voting Rights Act. I mean, after the last of those three decisions, I mentioned a lot of voting rights scholars whose work I really respect said, yeah, I don't think there's much of a Voting Rights Act left. If there is any Voting Rights Act left. The Supreme Court allowed partisan gerrymandering to happen without any check by the federal government, chief justice John Roberts, writing the opinion, saying there is no way to properly test and decide whether district lines have been drawn for partisan reasons. They've said that states can pass walls to attack imaginary problems. You could pass a law, claim it exists to fight voter fraud, even if you can't even prove that there's any voter fraud in your state. By a 6 to three vote, the conservative majority on the court upheld two election laws in Arizona. One criminalizes the collection of ballots by third parties. The other requires election officials to throw out ballots cast at the wrong precinct. The Supreme Court has been extraordinarily hostile to voting rights and part of the reason I keep bringing up how weak Alabama's legal arguments were in this case, is because this would have been a good opportunity for this court, which is catching a lot of flak because people think they're being too partisan to say, okay, Republican Party. You're asking for too much here. This lawsuit is too silly. And if they're not willing to say that in this case, I've just really.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:18 min | 8 months ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

"So what is the map that Alabama ends up with look like? The one black majority district, that Alabama drew has kind of this weird U shape that encompasses both Birmingham and Montgomery. And also include some of the black belt. So that packs a whole lot of black voters into one district. You know, if you have a district that's 80% black, you only need 50% plus one to elect someone and then every other vote is a wasted vote. And then the black belt is cracked up into three or four different districts. And so the black voters who don't live in Montgomery and Birmingham don't live in that one majority black district. Wind up getting split up into several districts that a majority white. So in effect, their vote doesn't count. And so some people in Alabama get together and challenge this map. That's right. Two new lawsuits have been filed over the state's legislative and congressional district maps. The maps were so there were several lawsuits, one was brought by a democratic state senator who is black. One was brought by a bunch of community and civil rights groups and they all basically made the same argument. A state that approximately 40% Democrat. With only one representative out of 7. I mean, that speaks for itself. In Alabama, black people make up 27% of the states, they are coherent. They are packed together in a small area of the state. It is very, very easy to draw a map that has two black majority districts. And the Voting Rights Act does not permit the state to draw maps that maximize the power of white voters at the expense of black voters. Their argument was that under the Voting Rights Act, they have to draw a map that doesn't crack up the black belt so that it minimizes the influence of those black voters. And this is where a couple of Trump appointees and a Clinton appointee, I believe, take a look at this and say, yeah, you're right. That's right. I mean, this was a really straightforward case under existing law. So under existing law, there's actually several factors that courts have to look at, but the two most important factors are is it possible to draw geographically compact districts that have, however many black majority districts for the plaintiffs are asking for. In this case, too. And then the second question is, does the state have what's called racially polarized voting? So like, in this case, almost all the white people in Alabama vote for Republicans, almost all the black people in Alabama vote for Democrats. That means that if you have a district that's like 60 40, then whoever's the 60 is going to win. And there's a bit more complications here, but generally when you have both of those conditions where you have a geographically compact group of racial minority voters. And you have that sort of racial polarization. States are required to draw districts in ways that at the very least do not dilute the influence of the minority voters. We'll go to the Supreme Court in a minute. Before we parted ways there, this Alabama election map business was about to head to the Supreme Court of the United States the highest court in the land. Let's pick it up right where we left off with vox's Ian milhiser. Right. So after the state lost in the lower court, it then brought this case to the Supreme Court. And it brought it under a really silly. I mean, I don't know why Alabama paid this lawyers to come up with this theory because it's really dope. Yeah, that's not nice. I mean, it's a dumb theory. Okay, so let me go a little bit into the weeds here. So when you bring this sort of case challenging a racial gerrymander, the very first thing that you have to do is you have to produce a sample map, which shows that it is possible to basically get the outcome that you want. So the plaintiff, in this case, we're asking for two majority black districts. So the first thing they had to do was draw a sample map that actually has two black majority districts in it. Because if it's not possible for them to win if it's not possible for them to get the relief they want, then there's no need to have a lawsuit. So the plaintiffs produced quite a few sample maps. They hired a mathematician to draw several of them. And the sole purpose of these maps was just to prove that it was possible to have two black majority districts. It wouldn't take the entire county of Montgomery, but a portion of the county of Montgomery were flags of concentrate. The states argument, and like this is going to sound really dumb, but it really is this dog. The states argument was that what it drew the sample maps whose purpose was to prove that it is possible to have two black majority districts. The plaintiffs took too much account of race. One of the things that the reapportionment committee was working very diligent on was to not draw lands according to race. It was about numbers. You're not allowed to think about race when you're doing the thing to discuss race? Exactly. Yeah. It's like trying to draw a picture of an elephant when you're not allowed to ever see what an elephant looks like. I mean, the whole point of these sample baths is to prove that there are enough black people who are geographically compact that you could have two districts. I don't know how you could do that if you don't think about race. It's just not an easy task. There's no way that argument would carry any water at the highest court in the land, right in. I mean, you would think so. How? Did that argument carry water at the highest court in the land did? You know, if I could get inside the beer rattled brain of Brett Kavanaugh. I liked beer, still like beer. At figure out how he came to this conclusion. Because he wrote about it. What did he say? He said two things. So the first thing that he said, and again, this is just as silly as everything that I said before. There's a case called Purcell. And said that when an election is close, court should be very cautious about handing down decisions that change a state's election rules because you don't want people to be confused because they don't know what the election rules are. When's the election, isn't it in November? Yes, the election is a November. You have already spotted the problem with Brett Kavanaugh's opinion. So apparently this Purcell window where we're too close to an election for courts to be able to do anything is 9 months long. That's a whole pregnancy term. I mean, I feel like if you're gonna challenge a flawed election law based on a new map, this is exactly when you would do it, isn't it? Yeah, like when else, Alabama is the state legislature passed the law and acted these maps in November. In the lower court, there were 7 days of testimony. There was a 2000 page transcript of all that testimony. There was a thousand pages in the record. I mean, there's just a massive complicated case. The opinion that the lower court wrote was 225 pages long. And they handed it down. I think on January 24th. Now, that's just a difficult task. If you're gonna get three judges to agree on a 225 page opinion, the fact that they were able to get it done by January when the law was passed in November..

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:57 min | 8 months ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Today explained episode 996 for what it's worth, I'm Sean ramis foramen on the show today. We're gonna talk about Brett Kavanaugh's potentially transcendent philosophy of time and space, but before we get there, a refresher on the state of American democracy in this midterm election year. States across the country are rewriting their election maps, the maps that determine which voters get grouped together to pick which candidates for office and long-term listeners of the show will remember that there's been a lot of controversy over the last decade about how these maps get drawn have districts been gerrymandered are politicians picking their voters and not the other way around. Are the maps diluting the political power of urban voters or rural voters or Democrats or Republicans white voters not white voters, the Supreme Court once again weighed in on these questions on Monday. The story starts in Alabama. In this case, Alabama drew a map and there was a very, very strong legal argument that the congressional map that Alabama drew was an illegal racial gerrymander. Ian mohe, vox. It illegally denied black voters representation that they lawfully should have gotten. In fact, the argument that this was an illegal gerrymander was so strong that a panel of three judges, two of whom were appointed by Donald Trump. Said, yeah, that's an illegal gerrymander. You can't do that guys. Federal judges blocking the state's newly drawn congressional districts just months before the primaries. And the Supreme Court halted this decision by these two Trump judges. They said that Alabama can use the racially gerrymandered math that it wants to use. They strongly implied that they're going to let Alabama do this forever. And they also suggested that they are going to permanently change the law governing racial gerrymanders to make it much, much easier for states to draw a lines that maximize the influence of white voters and minimize the influence of non white voters. Okay, let's dial it back and talk about the background of this case. What's going on in Alabama? Why are they redrawing their maps to begin with? Give us the deets. So as a constitutional matter, every state is required to redraw its districts every ten years. That's to prevent a situation where you have districts that stay in place forever and people move and suddenly you have one district with a million people in it and another district with like three people in it. You don't want that. So every ten years states have to redraw their districts, using the new census data. Alabama will hold on to all 7 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, a big win for the state's future. So Alabama just got its 2020 census data. It drew maps that are fairly similar to the maps that it's had in the past, which only had one black majority district. That means that black people will represent about 14% of the state's congressional delegation, but black people now make up 27% of the state. And that's the reason the judges say they are throwing at the map, they're demanding state lawmakers draw up two districts where a sizable portion of the electorate is made up of black voters. And the idea here is that those numbers should be as close to each other as possible. The representation that black alabamans have in Congress should sort of equal their population of Alabama? Normally, yes. I mean, there's a few other factors that go into it. It matters whether black voters are geographically compact. You know, you can imagine a situation where if black voters were evenly divided throughout the whole state of Alabama, then it would be really hard to draw a black majority district because like you just don't have a coherent grouping of black voters that can be brought together into a single district, but that's not the case here. You know, black voters in Alabama typically live either in one of a handful of major cities or they live in what is called the black belt. The black belt of Alabama named for its dark rich soils contains counties in the central part of the state. But because the soil there is so fertile during slavery, many black people were brought to that area. During the 20th century, Alabama's black belt became a main stage for the civil rights movement, including the Montgomery bus boycott and the Selma to Montgomery march. And there's still an enormous number of black people living in that black belt area. So like the reason I described the geography of the state is just to make the point that it's actually very easy to draw maps where black people have congressional representation that's more or less proportional to their population. It would be very easy to draw maps with two congressional districts that are black majority, and that would mean the 27%.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court justice what they did to Brett Kavanaugh. Insane. Will they give the bread Cavanaugh Obscene people remembered. People got angry. I think to extent they do remember Still, even though long term memory is not what Americans are our best that But watching this the president's krone virus and you're going to laugh. By the way, the joke that's going on out there. Even even Corona virus doesn't choose Biden. Spring a joke every good joke, right? If you're gonna make a joke, that's that's solid, and I appreciate it on Twitter got brought up to me over over the weekend. Pretty pretty good joke. But you're this is what this is. How low end low rent indecent You are The president shows up to the to pay his respects. Truth, Bater Ginsberg and the crowd boos him and screams. Vote him out. He gets Corona virus They wish death on him. People are going to say Yeah, I don't think I want those people in charge. I don't think I want those people deciding my future. Now, depending on what state you live in. You are very close. If you're not already there, Tio the last day of registration or not even being able to register to vote, But if you're registered, Yeah, I think you're coming out. I think people are sickened by what they're seeing. Flat out sickens. By this There's a second one that wasn't brought up to me by someone who I was talking with. It was off the record, but I'll share the story but not the person. They said one of the things that this does Is this gives Trump A very personal conversation with America. Okay, That's interesting. Right. You had some symptoms. You can talk about it. You heard President Trump's there. Say I get it. Oh, I don't know what he gets. I'm assuming we're going to hear this from some kind of a dress that the president's going to do from the Oval. Made maybe a press conference. But they're going to say, Well, did you really have coronavirus in? Did you make it up? That's actually Ah theory being floated out there that the president made it up. Hey. What am I supposed to dio? What's to gain? What's the game? Well, he got Corona virus and then you know he's fine and therefore he lessens people's worry about it. And people feel more confident and helps in the reelection bid. You're gonna pull a muscle from reaching that hard. I'm telling you. What they're saying is that is that is Whoa. Joy Reid. That's what she's saying. No, no, that's that's not what happened. However, I will say this If the president is back at the White House today. People are going to say. Okay? We can get through this. Now. The weird thing is that the people who have had a harder time with it. It's a virus. It affects people differently. Some people get the flu. Some people don't some people got Corona virus. Some people didn't some people were asymptomatic. Some people had serious symptoms. How's the first lady? That's my question. Chris Christie. Got it. Kellyanne Conway got it. Senator Ron Johnson, Wisconsin got it, Senator Tom Tillis of North Carolina got it. How are they? Everyone reacts differently. No one deals with the devil. Their bodies handle things differently. Right? But I think seeing the president after three days being back at work, and being up is going to make people say if that's 70 year old fat bastard to do it, So can I. I mean, that's how they're going to say it right? That's 100% how they're going to say it. If that at a shape McDonald's eaten Diet Cokes Wiggin fool couldn't do it. Me too. I think that it does have an effect. Of Holy cow. This guy can actually do anything. Or holy cow. We can really get through it. I don't. Maybe I don't have to worry about as much. Maybe I don't have to panic about it as much. But if I'm President Trump I'm also talking about make sure you watch your hands and there's nothing wrong with wearing a mask. I think you're going to hear some talk like that. Now, remember something about masks? Masts were about reducing the spread to not overwhelm hospitals, right. Everything we were doing was about flattening the curve. That's why I was shut down society. Flatten the curve. Isn't that also part of the whole mass conversation or his mast? Move us into another conversation. This is how it spreads. We don't want it to spread. Maybe that's not the right answer. Now again. If you want to wear a mask, wear a mask. When we go back to the beginning of this one of things that we talked about is maybe culturally. America will change Asian cultures. They wear masks when they're sick. Maybe it's not the worst idea in the world Notice. I said, when you're sick, as opposed to mandate, saying, everybody has to wear a mask. I don't believe anybody should be forced to wear one. I don't think there's anything wrong with leadership being proactive in supporting the concept utilizing the bully pulpit. So maybe President Trump now is going to start doing something like this. I don't actually know. What I know is the left overplayed their hand through their outright insanity. They cannot control this themselves. They cannot in day engaged decency. They can't do it. Rick Wilson so called Republican part of a Lincoln Project. A scumbag. I want to be quoted. His tweet from October 2nd. I don't think his story is going to have a happy ending. Then you've got another tweet saying, Guess we'll find out just how close Trump and hope are, if you know what I mean, Meaning hope Hicks, who supposedly gave the President Corona virus right, because the president's having sex with her or something. Then George Conway. Wife, husband of Kellyanne Conway. He failed to protect the country. He couldn't even protect himself. Kellyanne Conway now has grown a virus. Overplaying the hands and the people are going to respond. That's my take. That's where we're at. That they can't figure out how to be decent. And even when Joe Biden is leading the charge on being decent, the rest of party says, Yeah. You see, Joe Biden had it right in the debate. He.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Leaning justices Brett Kavanaugh trump's other appointee voted to descent along with Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito junior now the latest traffic and weather together accident reported Harrison west of Roberts Avenue now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW clears by our Tuesday morning along with fifty nine the rest of the day mostly sunny and a high of eighty degrees at night mostly clear in down to sixty from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW radar showing a mostly sunny sky our current temperature seventy five degrees the village of Bethel under curfew tonight beginning at nine o'clock this afterlife matter demonstrators and counter protesters been again today with words being exchanged in three arrests being made but an otherwise peaceful demonstration for the most part on Sunday the two sides clash the police are still looking for suspects one video on Twitter showed a black lives matter protests are being assaulted in front of an officer both about the police in Clermont county sheriff's deputies have been keeping the two sides separated throughout the evening Betul today reporting that two of its workers of that's a positive for the corona virus an operator and maintenance worker they're both quarantine at home right now but your says it has conducted contact tracing to notify other employees they may have had contact with those two for riders who were on the route seventy one kings island express between two thirty and six thirty Tuesday June ninth in the route thirty two price hill Glenn way crossing route from six AM to two PM on Thursday the eleventh should monitor their symptoms especially for those who had close contact with the driver but you're also giving out free face masks in governments where later this month the first day will be next Wednesday June twenty fourth from one to three PM June twenty six from two to four and Monday June twenty ninth from seven to nine AM it's another cancellation due to the corona virus pandemic bellwether music festival announced today it'll be canceling the twenty twenty event but ready to return in August of twenty twenty one the alternative music festival was originally scheduled for August sixth through the eighth at renaissance park in Wayne felt the festival's co founder says that the health and safety of the guest artists partners and staff our first priority if you did already purchased tickets you'll receive a refund on the credit card that you used to purchase within the next thirty days I'm Sarah least news radio seven hundred WLW aren't accepted as a nine o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW seven hundred WLW Cincinnati available everywhere with you I heart radio apps one seven hundred WLW and I heart radio station people ready for hair that doesn't look like it was cut with a lawn mower and work as the don't involve two bags of flour they're ready for a grand re opening for small businesses to do what they've always done get out there and power to Connie one appointment one card swipe one customer at a time inspector business is helping to make that happen because we understand that it's never been more necessary to have fast internet reliable phone services and that's why we're proud to offer spectrum business internet voice and TV services for free for one month when you switch the light at the end of the tunnel is nail salons and pet groomers dentist CPA's it's you and your small business turning your community and the country around small businesses coming back to help we're offering new customers one month of spectrum business internet phone and TV services for free we switch spectrum business we're here for you because you're here for all of us call eight four four nine nine five zero four zero five restrictions apply call for details does your church shopping center business parking lot seen better days call the experts at chili's hell as Holden ceiling company we could pay tax strike your parking lot our knowledgeable staff will help you determine what you need culturally as hell as golden ceiling at four six seven nineteen eight or how asphalt dot com your checking account should be more than just a checkbook right Kim is in V. P. checking provides much more for only six dollars a month you can save with local merchants get cell phone protection and you're covered with roadside assistance we took the things you're probably already paying for and combine them into a value packed account start making valuable purchases.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Independent thoughts independent life this is Chad Benson there is going to be an election issue it will be trump versus most likely Biden but you never know you never never right right a little bit longer she guy named Brett Kavanaugh and Christine glossy Ford member her so there's an allegation against him happens some forty years earlier by a woman who really couldn't recall exactly what took place at the house that it took place at it was at best throw against the wall I felt bad for her because I felt like the Democrats used during the minute they were done whether they threw away and I don't discount anything that that happened but it was at but there's no court in the land that would convict him on any of this but at the time it was you gotta believe all women and I said now you have to hear all women you don't believe everything you have to hear it you don't say I believe you before you've even heard Joe Biden for the last several weeks this has been a public coronavirus has stolen everything standard let's be real every things thunder has been stolen by said coronavirus that's twenty four seven nonstop but politics still going on it's not going anywhere there will be an election in November and Joe Biden whose let's be real bit handsy we already know that Virat has never we already know that has heard the rumblings of this and the media is largely ignored it when they have talked to him it's been you know basically get the best of the greatest can you defeat this evil monster in the White House I don't know if the allegations are true right I don't know everybody you know trump's chiming in about what's going on your campaign surrogates going after him pretty hard with regard these allegations from terror Reid what do you say to I don't know anything about it I I don't know exactly I think you should respond you know so it could be false accusations like know about false accusations had been falsely charged numerous times and that there is such a thing they could make I don't know if what she's saying is true because we haven't heard the story the media is largely ignored the story which is very hypocritical of them based on what took place Kevin Cavanaugh there's an outstanding man he was falsely charged what happened with him was an absolute disgrace to our country and I guess three of the four women have now admitted that and of the force give me a break but I don't know I can't speak for but I can only say that I think you should respond I think you should answer them the other day he was at a women's foreign nobody asked the question so you have a woman sorry who in nineteen ninety three accused him of doing something she told her brother she told her next door neighbor there has been more than a few people the so yeah yeah yeah she told me exactly what happened and and and who it was so today finally because I think enough people said you've got to address this because the Huffington post is starting to ask questions pretty left leaning Hayes the other night started asking questions don lemon has asked some questions as well because that's what you're supposed to do in this kind of situation I'm not saying you did anything because I don't know I wasn't there she could be the lighting she could be telling the truth please tell our viewers please excuse the graphic nature of this but I want to make sure that there is no question as to what we're talking about she says in nineteen ninety three Mr vice president at U. Pendergast the wall and reached under her closing and penetrated her with your fingers would you please go on the record with the American people did you sexually assault Tara Reid no it is not true I'm saying unequivocally it never never happened it never happened okay never happened never never never ever ever ever ever happened that's what he sent in a quickly we live in a world where innocent until proven guilty I don't know if it happened or not I don't they're gonna be other women that pop up it's a possibility he wasn't finished when we are to be believed given the benefit of the doubt if they come forward and say something that isn't that they said happened to them the start of the presumption of telling the truth then you have to look at the circumstances and the facts and the facts in this case do not exist they never happened and.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"You believed Brett Kavanaugh's accusers you have no evidence against him this woman at least has a decent amount of contemporaneously evidence against you should she not be believed and if not why not tell these very difficult questions were put to Joe Biden have a listen to his response I don't wanna make too much light of this because it actually makes me angry but the crickets choke it's just a way of illustrating not only has Joe Biden said nothing about this allegation for which new evidence has continued to emerge he hasn't been asked directly about it still still he's running for president to put out there for a month it is inconceivable that someone on the other side of the spectrum would be treated this way by the press completely inconceivable The New York Times finally wrote like three weeks after the original complaint came out in the allegation came out publicly they finally wrote a piece they softened it up in the air brushed it in terms of their verbiage because the Biden campaign pressure them to do it and they did they changed it and they presented that pieces sort of their comprehensive look at the allegation against Biden G. you know it's really not that much there what wasn't that comprehensive because we've had multiple people come out since fortifying the claim that the new York times didn't find didn't on earth think about all the journalists that were deployed to on cannot for even deployed up to was still Alaska to dig through the library that Serra Pailin you may have attended when he was mayor some stories are just of more interest to the mainstream media I can understand the absolute partisan hack free of Democrats that's to be expected but right now the media is acting not as loose allies in the Democratic Party but as the praetorian guard as the defenders shielding the lead Democrat from a very uncomfortable story and that is the opposite of the mission statement of journalism at some point I think this whole disgraceful episode is going to be unsustainable and untenable and the question is when the questions finally start to get asked of Joe Biden what on earth is he gonna say given his own standard his own words that we just played you stay tuned well see it's gonna happen eventually it's insane that it's already taken this long and the clock is still ticking we'll break and come back if the guy doesn't show three three four five six thirteen hundred you're listening to in so for ninety five years saya LTL freight to deliver the goods key businesses and communities moving now in this uncertain time we will stop going that extra mile because at the end of the day all this together the long delivery driving stability safety support string visits dot com S. A. I. A. dot com I've got a snack that will add a little cookbook into your keto diet or would that be keto Bulma either way southern recipe small batch for cried that the bold flavor that.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Supreme ambition Brett Kavanaugh and the sick conservative takeover this is from the prologue Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy had a request with president trump have a few minutes to speak privately it was April tenth twenty seventeen a sparkling spring morning in Washington and Kennedy was at the White House to preside over the ceremonial swearing in of the new to newest this Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch first time in history that a sitting justice and sworn in one of his former law clerks to join him on the bench just eighty days into trump's chaotic presidency the confirmation of Gorsuch represented a rare and welcome victory for the beleaguered new administration reeling from court defeats of its travel ban and despite controlling both houses of Congress unable to repeal president Obama's signature healthcare law perhaps most important as the conservative as the prominent conservative lawyers activists and judges assembled in the rose garden that they understood gore scissors Gorsuch is an addition was just one step necessary but not sufficient in the three decades long conservative bid to cement control over the High Court is ever had been as frustrating as it was lengthy seeming opportunities for dominance repeatedly slipped away with the Republican nominees including Kennedy himself turning out to be less reliably conservative than advertised but Republicans and learn from these costly errors assembling a farm team of potential nominees whose judicial records could be carefully scrutinized to this day to detect any risk of ideological deviation Gorsuch was among those who came there in the seal of approval of the federalist society the conservative legal group that it made itself the central actor in this court shaping exercise and was playing an even more outsize role in the new administration trump took pains to sing single out one man who is not in the rose garden that day Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for all he did to make this achievement possible courting trump indeed everyone present knew the McConnell had been the indispensable man leading to that moment at it not been for McConnell president Obama would fill the vacancy created by Justin and justice Antonin Scalia sudden death in February twenty sixteen and just as Merrick garland would be sitting on the High Court anchoring a newly fortified liberal majority McConnell with his audacious announcement of the opening would not be filled no matter that Obama had eleven months remaining in his term and avoided that fateful outcome is intervention mentor Gorsuch not now occupied Scully is see a conservative for conservative swap the next vacancy was almost certain to be far at the far more critical one shift in the court's balance instead of a for a minute on that score all eyes were on the eighty year old Kennedy than serving his third thirtieth year on the High Court and by dint of age years of service and political allegiance the most likely to depart the swing justice center already conservative court Kennedy was pleased about Gorsuch but yet another former law clerk in mind as he ushered as he was ushered into trump's private dining room for an unusual session with the president and White House counsel don McGann justices are routinely invited to the White House for social events state dinners and holiday parties but at least until trump took office such one on one meetings were rare in the modern era it's finicky notions about preserving the appearance of Jr judicial independence unlike the relaxed days when justices did double duty as private counselors to presidents such as Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson in the chronically leaky trump White House aides took pains to keep the trump Kennedy meeting in secret there were no public reports about the session and only a few senior officials ever learned what Kennedy said to trump that day the justices message to the president was is consequential as it was straight forward and it was a remarkable insertion by a sitting justice in the distinctly presidential act of judge picking as a candidate trump up ended tradition by issuing a list of judges it alternately grew to twenty one including Gorsuch from which he pledged to pitch his his Supreme Court nominees now Kennedy had a recommendation for trump's list you named one of my former clerks Kennedy told trump you should think about another one right Cavanaugh Anthony Kennedy spoke the trump White House listened with good reason during the campaign when trump against all expectations emerged as the Republican nominee and ultimate Victor over Hillary Clinton issue judicial selection had been a utilitarian means to an electoral and the socially conservative and evangelical voters trump needed to win were deeply understandably suspicious of the thrice married once democratic New Yorker they were particularly dubious about how trump would approach the critical task of shaping the federal judiciary especially the Supreme Court the list of High Court candidates the trump produced with the help of the federalist society up ending convention with typical Trumpy in bravado was explicitly aimed at calming their concerns and is succeeded beyond the wildest expectations of its creators final action day more than a quarter of trump voters identified the Supreme Court as the critical factor in determining their vote white evangelical born again Christians broke eighty one percent for trump to sixteen percent for Hillary Clinton meaning the trump outperform previous Republican nominees Mitt Romney John McCain and George W. bush among such voters in office trying Donnelly keenly understood the politics of judicial selection and it's important for us for his reelection he also gained a new appreciation for what the Supreme Court meant to a president's legacy thanks to McConnell's ruthlessness trump had inherited.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on AP News

"Its twenty twenty docket AP correspondent my camp and reports the justices will consider a Louisiana law that could leave the state with just one abortion clinic they'll hear arguments during the winter with a decision likely by the end of June in February the High Court agreed to block a law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital the Louisiana law is very similar to a Texas law that the Supreme Court struck down in twenty sixteen that decision came before president trump's two packs justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh joined the hike my camp in Washington there's a new way to measure the games athletes are making at the world championships this year and it involves swallowing red and white capsules that contain data transmitters about two hundred runners have volunteered to take the pills it's part of an I. A. F. research project on the effects of heat and body core temperature's they couldn't have picked a better time or place in Doha Qatar where the temperatures reach one hundred degrees every day and less than a year removed from the Olympics in Tokyo where conditions are expected to be every bit as stifling this is how it works about two hours before the start runners in the study are asked to swallow a capsule that contains a transmitter and battery the capsule works its way into the intestines by race time in the medical staff takes it from there with equipment set up to sync with the transmitter after an athlete finishes the I a AF medical team focuses on body core temperature if that number runs too high it could be an indication of things like heat stroke as for how the devices dispelled well nature simply runs its course Pelosi on impeachment I'm in to Tim acquire with an A. P. news minute house speaker Nancy Pelosi in a speech tonight the South Carolina Democrat says.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L. W. Mike Allen Saturday midday we're talking about the continued. demonization of Brett Kavanaugh a year after he was confirmed. to the United States Supreme Court here's a couple other things that again you're not gonna find this in the mainstream media. at this at the end of the book that these two New York times reporters wrote. they do acknowledge that. they're in a bit that Christine blouse it Christine blase forge a lifelong friend you might remember the name label and Kaiser. did not believe Christine blase forge tale of a sexual assault at a party they both supposedly attended now that was in contradiction to what was said at the hearing and for the first time. Kaiser spoke out for the record and you might recall again because it was named by Ford as a witness and of course she was one of four witnesses who denied any knowledge of the event in question and here's what ms Kaiser said on the record quote I was told behind the scenes that certain things we could be spread about me if I didn't comply. certain things could be spread about me if I didn't comply so I mean you couple that with everything else and again at the end of the day it all comes down to the beloved roe versus Wade. and there was another book written about this that I read it's fantastic book it's called justice on trial Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino wrote that it they report not the book but in a previous article forge father Christine blase porch father actually backed Kavanaugh's nomination and what they write is within days of Kavanaugh's confirmation of the Supreme Court a fascinating encounter took place Brett Kavanaugh is father was approached by Ford's father at the golf club where they are both members. Ralph blase Christine blase Ford's father went out of his way to offer ed Cavanaugh Brett Kavanaugh is dead support for his nomination to the Supreme Court and that's according to multiple sources and multiple people who actually heard this conversation take place at the burning tree club in Bethesda Maryland and. his father Brett kennels fathers quoted as saying I'm glad Brett was good now I'm sorry Christine blase ports father said I'm glad Brett was confirmed Ralph blase told ed cabin all shaking his hand and blase ended that the ordeal of been tough for both families you know I have you read about that anywhere in the mainstream media so much of this stuff if it doesn't fit in their narrative. they won't reported or if you like the New York times you just make it up I'm going to the phones here let me go to Emma good morning Emma. morning thanks for taking my call. I listen intently to your description of the knife delegation and I can tell you why in the fall okay. because I don't know any guy drunk enough that with another guy. in a woman's hand. you cut right to the chase their Emma but well you certainly have a point I mean you really do and that's kind of what I thought when I read it too but it's similar to the the basis allegation that was made by Deborah Ramirez that of course nobody can back up it's just one thing after another with this when are they gonna let the guy go. well this is just me a lot it doesn't make sense none of it makes sense and I I think we're just being held captive by the liberal media and you have people have to start thinking for themselves and reading both sides and. you know. I I read a lot and. I think I'm an independent but I do look at both sides and I think I don't know how these people live with themselves you know all of the thing I don't either I really don't Emma but would you agree at the end of the day at least ninety five percent of it all comes down to. their beloved roe versus Wade and they're going to discredit Brett Kavanaugh even when he is on the United States Supreme Court any way that they can in an attempt to intimidate him and some of the other right leaning justices do you think there's anything to that Emma. well I I feel like he did a great job defending himself I don't think that I mean he's he's on the court I don't think that he. in the case yeah intimidated at all. no I don't think so either night they tried to do that the Clarence Thomas back when he was confirmed he still getting all kinds of grief for that but I don't think you you're not going to intimidate Clarence Thomas and I don't think you can intimidate Brett Kavanaugh I sure appreciate that call was a good call and she does make a good point. if you listen to the lurid allegations on this later one yeah it is kind of hard to imagine I've got high witness hand on you know what in doing that and frankly I didn't even think about that but she makes a very very good point and again it's all about roe versus Wade the left is so worried that there could be a fifth vote to finally overturn it that they'll do anything anything to assassinate the character of a judge that they think may vote to repeal it. at any rate we're gonna go back to the callers after we get back from the news a lot of people interested in this topic Mike Allen newsradio seven hundred W. 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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on The View

The View

13:47 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on The View

"You'll love as the one year anniversary of Supreme Court Justice Brett calf confirmation process a new allegations of sexual misconduct in the book. The Education of bread cavenaugh have renewed calls for his impeachment but the book's authors are under a little bit of fire from critics who say they left out some crucial information and you here today to tell us what everyone's talking about so please welcome. Robin programming. Yes yes I did it have Abed okay. I'll get it right at the hands all the time and Kate Kelly while we're going to get into the details of the book in a moment but we just have to start out with the controversy. That's making headlines. Right now so oh try and make this as clear as the New York Times ran an excerpt of your book over the weekend in the opinion section that included a new allegations of sexual misconduct against Brett Cavanaugh but you guys left out a key detail that the alleged victim who you name by name in the book but you're not going to name her here on the show quote refused to discuss the incident and quote several of her friends said that they do not recall it happening she so she doesn't recall it happening. I think this is sort of ground zero for why so many people mistrust is the media why the New York Times nickname for New York slimes with many people in Conservative circles the Times actually had to run an editor's note following up. How did this vital vital fact get left out. Okay thank you so much for the question. I were eager to clear the air on this first of all. There was no desire to withhold important information from our readers. We have all of it in the book and the essay is an adaptation of the book that of course we had to edit it for length and clarity the thrust most of the essay was about probably about to the point of the essay was about Deborah Ramirez a woman who had gone to college with justice cavenaugh and had this experience where she alleged that he exposed himself to her and it was a very troubling event and we lay out all the reasons why that was not just the moment itself but the experience she was having at Yale being very difficult within that. We talked about this new as yet reported allegation because we thought it was Germane. It was a similar type of situation to the Ramirez one. During the editing process there was an oversight and this key this key detail about the fact that the woman herself has told friends she doesn't remember it and has not wanted to talk about it got cut and it was an oversight and the Times adjusted. It and we're very sorry that happened. I understand that the woman didn't want her name out. Publicly not not wiser name in the book. Her name is in the book because we think it's relevant information we think it's accurate and we know that her name was provided to members of the Senate and the F. B. I buy a witness named Max Dyer. Who is a good governance activist in Washington. Who's respected figure and he provided this name? The name is in documents in a letter he did at one point. I understand do work for Williams and Connolly on that in the piece. That is if if we're talking about credibility right I understand it's it's relevant background. In this case it was a very short mention and we only talked in brief terms about what he's doing right now so we didn't see all of that context. It'd be necessary theory but I understand what you're bringing it up and I think it's fair. Will you also sort of through the New York Times Opinion Board under the bus a little bit saying that they chose to omit it. I've written opinion pieces in the New York Times in my experience. I get the final say on what runs at least that's what happened with my reunion. So where was the team at the New York Times. We have the processes in place we we wrote this. It was edited there was back and forth there always is it's kind of a team effort frankly to make sure that everybody's comfortable with vinyl product and there was just an oversight here. So did you guys just miss it did did you did you miss. That was so important what you are the authors of the book. Did you just moments. It's in the book and we miss it. In in the New York I mean I had it in the peace and so it's about an editing process which is iterative. It has a lot of different drafts and you know I think actually way it happened was the editor is being concerned about naming her because the Times has a tradition of not naming the victims and really has to deliberate whether or not to do that in that sentence that had her name it also had that she doesn't remember it they took out the whole sentence and in removing her name in order to kind of protect her and make sure repeat weren't sort of sending people to her door. We also took out the fact that she didn't remember that you read it right before it went to print. I thought we had yeah and as soon as we realized this corrected it and they wrote an editor's note and they restored it. Didn't you realize that because Mollie Hemingway made the correction and I just I just want to know blankly. Can You understand why so many people think I actually think that's a good point because the reason we did this book in the first place was that this was such an incredibly polarizing event in our our country's history. Everyone saw in it what they wanted to see. It was used for political purposes at the time. It's being used again yeah of that right now in Mrs. Writ Large. I mean people have seized on details in our book. The reason we did this was to revisit these events with ten months of reporting to give an in-depth portrait frankly eight to actually look more closely at Brad Kavanagh and who he is what kind of person he was as young as a young boy through high school through college what kind of professional he was what or hit twelve years on the court before he got to the court which we actually found that he was you know we have found that we corroborate these stories of Deborah Ramirez and Christine Blasi Ford but the thirty six years since Brad Kavanagh has been a better man whether he realized the Arab his ways whether he consciously reformed himself or he grew up and simply matured matured. He has been an exemplary judge. Everyone we talked to set couldn't speak more highly of him on both sides of the aisle and he actually has a much more nuanced view. kind of position on on the court is not a right wing ideologue either. He's actually establishment conservative who has promoted women on the court so that's something else we wanted to get across here. which is you know so everybody can kind of demonize him and everyone can kind of demonize these victims and the reality is somewhere in between considerably more complicated considerably more nuanced and that's what we're trying to portray in this book and it's well done by the way thank you? Thank you read it yesterday ABC News spoke to this woman in the recent allegation outside her home home. She told ABC she was not interested in speaking to reporters because she was involved in the recording last year during the confirmation process and she can't do it again. That's a quote but when she was asked if there were other sources who could speak to this story she told ABC all I can say is ask Brett cabin on now. Your reporting also shines a light on how flawed the FBI investigation into Cavanaugh was which I have said many times in this case Max Sire Oh you're who you mentioned a former classmate of Kavanagh's at Yale told senators and the FBI during the confirmation process that he saw justice cavenaugh with his pants down at ETA drunken dorm party and that friends pushed his genitals into the hand of a female student now that echoes very similar allegations made last year from Yale Classmate Estimate Deborah Ramirez who says he also exposed himself to her at a different dorm party which in my mind establishes a pattern which makes this very important the neither were properly investigated before Cavanaugh was confirmed now we also know that senator coons wrote a letter to the FBI director and to the leaders of Kavanagh's hearing asking them to interview Max Star but he was not interviewed why why robin could probably speak a little bit more this but essentially the FBI investigation was very truncated. It was very limited in scope the way it came about of course was by this bipartisan partisan agreement from Senator Coons Democrat and Senator Flake a Republican who has since retired and together. They decided let's try to help. Put our own minds at ease. Put the American public's minds at ease with a little more information gathering here this process. These allegations have roiled the nation. People are very upset. They they want some answers. They want some enclosure so let's do this but it could only be a week and there was a rationale there that the Anita Hill investigation was four days and it would be limited in scope now these senators senator got together with a couple of other moderate. Republicans and talked about who should be interviewed they brainstorm names they got well into the double digits in terms of names but at the end of the day the White White House was the client in this case the White House was directing the FBI investigation corrupt and they wanted to keep it limited but Max dyer was never interviewed. Never enter win and there are like twenty five witnesses that Deborah Ramirez lawyers gave to the FBI and they were not interviewed in another score that Christine Blasi seaports lawyers gave to the FBI as well including the woman that we're talking about and not naming so hold on don't say anything else because we're GonNa talk some more with with the two of you when we come back sure love watching the view but my God I love it is trust me on this but during commercial breaks you only what happens because we love our audience that mud and anything goes you chance to experience the fun. You'll know one iota dot com for free not again. We're back with the New York Times Authors Robin. Okay Pogrebin yogurt just any Robin Robin and joy okay so trump is standing by justice cavanaugh surprise surprise he tweeted it reaction to your reporting putting the cavenaugh should quote sue for libel or the Justice Department should come to his rescue as it is the last night he called for the resignation of everybody at the New York Times Breezy involved in the Cavanagh Smith story response. Our response is that we appreciate that the president the United States is paying attention to our book but you know I think what's been lost in all of this discussion. Is that what we tried to do is kind of what we always do is reporters orders which is seek the facts and put them out there and let people come to their own conclusions and what we've seen and. I don't think we even anticipated to this degree. Is that people we'll have seized on certain things and magnified them for their own purposes. you know frankly you know it's fine to have a series of Democratic candidates calling for impeachment but that that was before the book came out which is today and you also have trump kind of jumping on on things as if we have an agenda which that was not our intent and our intent is to revisit these fax ax with detail and depth and then kind of have people open their minds China's story though because if emerged himself when he was testifying under Oh that he that's an impeachable offense correct perjury. Yes that would be awesome. Here's my question. Has Anyone actually read the book anybody that has any the folks who have been a good question because out today today Fargo till today okay you know those. Yes yes of course we love those Kansas to read it and then come back and they can still have their stance. The full picture of what would you guys is road rush to judgement and I feel like we're living out right now right here at this table version of the kind of the vortex in the problems that we're writing about speaking of that astier rushing shing to judgement yet has the New York Times social media team also got a lot of blowback for tweeting that the alleged sexual assault quote may seem like harmless fun they then I had to delete the tweet and apologize for it and Politicos now reporting Robin that you wrote that tweet you can see how whoever wrote it it could be tough for people that have been sexually assaulted said to read a tweet like that was it you that wrote it and if so why not just say it was me and it was wrong and okay. Let's move on now on the view. I am going to put this matter to rest makes news right here kidding. It was a tweet but what happens at the Times. Is You know the reporters. Owners are asked to draft tweets. We also asked to draft suggested headlines. They don't always get used. They don't always get sent out. They often don't I drafted this with this. In Mind Wind have actually the opposite effect which is to anticipate those who would say a guy pulled down his pants at a party when they're drunk is on the spectrum of sexual misconduct conduct. It's not sexual assault. It's not rape what's the big deal and to try to put in context Deborah. Ramirez is experienced say actually it was a big deal and that this candy. NBA Quite meaningful depending on what you come from. Maybe for me New Yorker. I would get that out of my face. You know she was coming from a very sheltered Catholic upbringing in L. lower income kind of community and she was a person of color and she felt like she didn't deserve to be at Yale in the first place and so having that happen to have people laugh at her and target her was actually hugely meaningful and made an impact on her life for the rest of her life so for those who minimize it and dismiss it. I was trying to help them understand that had the opposite effect fact and it seemed to undermine and that's what the book a lot of the book is about explaining the culture that she encountered yes when it's something some people experience even now six years ago but that's why we actually used that excerpt..

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on The View

The View

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on The View

"SNL just fire new cast member Shane Gillis after video of him making racist and homophobic slurs podcast will found online SNL L. Apologize for not vetting him better some standup comedians and saying he shouldn't have been candover this. What do you think we talk about so much on the show the canceled culture should people be fired. Where do you draw the line. I think everyone's trying to figure out what that line is for me. It is racial slurs. I think I'm someone that struggles to get past sister. WHO's from China. I've seen her at times. Get emotional when things have been said and it's heartbreaking he also said he called hit it Nice racism and he kind of gave a non apology apology. I think if you know that you've said something in the past that could be offensive. Get ahead of it if you WANNA be on. SNL Go to people and say I said this before. I didn't mean it I Apologize Ford. I want people to know and if you hire me. This is going to come out. I think we're all tired of people getting these gigs or tweeting something. Maybe I know he did anything wrong. He didn't think he said anything wrong. That's the problem I think we know in today's culture like if you say you go he should've of known by them two thousand eighteen yeah it was in a podcast from two thousand eighteen but just get out practical forgiving but just get out in front of it and say this was wrong. I didn't mean this. I know it's GONNA be offensive to people but give me a chance you know forgive me. I guess Dave Chapelle not going to apply SNL because of his his netflix especially to ask him to host though how calm that would be a double standard wouldn't it. I mean meantime hosted and I mean that sounds like a double standard to me. They leading this guy not even get the job Dave Chapelle. WHO's a big moneymaker now. They'll put on and he's been you yeah. A lot of people felt his netflix very offensive. I'm not saying I do. I'm just saying that it's a double standard yeah. The other thing is that the show's been on for fifty years the first time they've finally have an Asian comedian in the folds gusty and he has to sit and listen to be with this guy. Maybe it's uncomfortable for him him and they decided this is going to cut their losses and get somebody on the case. Billy Bush. There's always another one behind him for what it's worth. Andrea said it should be fired and I think they're yeah yeah. They become suddenly with each other I just I don't know how I feel about it because I don't like this. Cancel culture this going on you know someone is immediately cancelled for something they said last year five years ago and then I think about what happened with Kevin Hart having to you know he he chose step down from the Oscars because every time time he apologized people felt that he didn't go far enough where he wasn't apologetic enough and then you think about Trevor Noah who also had some issues with some misogynistic tweets years a years before and had he been canceled from taking over the John Stewart we would I think have really missed out on a brilliant genius and he you know how long the way apologize yeah. How how do you know trevor. I just want to say trevor apologized for for his jokes and he said that he he changed his mind and he grew and this this. Gillis have an opportunity unity. Two D was even given opportunity to apologize or or reflect I I just I don't know but I and I don't. Oh find racist jokes funny. I don't find homophobic jokes funny but I also some proponent of free speech and I think comedians are there to be provocative and push and push. We've heard comedians roast people and you know they're supposed joy to China I. I don't know how I've come down on it. Yeah I mean I think you know. It's a joke when it's funny and his jokes weren't funny. They weren't fun. I think Dave Chapelle jokes. I watched a special really funny. I just watched bill burs jokes very don't don't watch if you're a PC person and you're easily offended very funny. I also have issues with cancel culture. I also think if you're the first Asian American cast member on SNL which by the way fifty years ended forty forty five years on their whatever that's really long and I can understand how you would maybe feel uncomfortable but it could have been a teachable moment we the two gentlemen on here have a discussion about comedy free speech and I think there should have been more conversation in the media and I would love to have the opportunity to talk to quite frankly both of them yeah I am just frustrated across the board that there aren't more women and people of Color in late night comedy in general. I don't understand it. I don't understand what I have to do to get like a woman in regular primetime time to host a late night show. I hope it happens. Nothing you can do. Great women have been trying. They have the feeling that I will say. Is You know I know it. I'd say this all the time but pc culture is PC culture when it is into and so I have to. I don't like when people get canceled because I've been thrown out for saying stuff political. I don't think it's a good thing but I do think it's respectful of SNL so now to say. How do you feel about this yeah. Are you okay with this because they also felt. They dropped the ball because they didn't they you. You know they would've found that. Maybe you know maybe they they were so excited and it got to just keep in mind. Cancel culture is cancelled culture culture when it's other people and late night television is run by men. I've done more pilots than American Airlines. Okay I UH-HUH. I never got the job at the we're just GONNA leave that. Let you think we'll be right back there the authors of the bombshell book with a new sexual misconduct allegations allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brad Kavanagh. How do they answer critics calling it a politically motivated hit job that leaves out key facts there live on the view. Get cash back for shopping..

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I believe Christine Blazey Ford of course the party never actually the four people that she said these four people at the party with me Brett Kavanaugh raped me. did these four people were there and the four people. before people said the party never happened. is broads got some kind of credibility doesn't she yes she does and again we have I Anna Presley a Congress so many Democrats stand with clay bin Omar. what's the other one I millions name doesn't matter. tell a male C. L. A. O. as there are no job a see you're standing here I'm gonna it we're gonna I mean interest resolution would call for an impeachment inquiry to be open against Brett Kavanaugh omegle don wants all you're doing is dividing the country you know what this is a piece about some of the country divided but you know this is good for public is when one cabin was getting attacked in the the country saw all the independent shifted to the Republicans because they said this is garbage N. as Abby who is my wife is saying like you know I hope so my Democrat friends she's just aggravated. some of our Democrat friends women have sons and she's like I hope that they realize when their son goes to college she could be accused of a sexual misconduct rape without even doing anything and what I did my wife is worried about that that our sons are gonna be accused of things they didn't do. and it gets believe right away in a room in your life. not good. not good at all. six twenty five. no one can S. T. aim seven ninety. if I actually play one more play the the next one real quick. let's wrap this up okay it is a one thirty eight Ryan one thirty eight and this is how Jan Crawford ended her CBS news piece here we go today both the.

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"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"brett kavanaugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Latest tweet. this latest we all on this subject how did the New York times phrase it. having a **** thrust in your face in a drunken dorm party may seem like harmless fun. but when Brett Kavanaugh did to her jabber mera says it confirmed that she didn't belong at Yale in the first place. what heartburn well the New York times just told you that having a **** dressed in your face it's just harmless fun. well. hi I'm. do you know the **** in question. may maybe maybe familiar **** yes. maybe straight no. don't tell me what the hell pretty sorry this is the New York times all I'm doing is quoted in trying to understand them they deleted the street. three times in the past thirty days The New York Times had to delete their tweets The New York Times archives The New York Times The New York Times opinion. because they just can't figure out how to engage story and how to be honest about a story and how to not in any way shape or form look like morons with the story. but I but the in the printing of the story proves they're not even interested in journalism. don't trust them. don't listen to them. but we'll keep pointing out when they fail. they're no longer all the news that's fit to print they have no right being the paper of record that has to end. so does their inability to.

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