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"brian campeau" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"I'm just all caught up on Stacey Abrams because I loved her response to the state of the union, she's, and she should have one in Georgia. The guy Brian Campeau is now the governor over there. There's a reason that he's passing all this ridiculously crazy antiabortion legislation Neo he barely won. And he shouldn't have been in the first place because he. In charge of the voter roll, and he purged tens of thousands of oats, the vast majority, we're gonna going to Stacey Abrams, so she should be governor right now of estate, and honestly, she was she said, no to running for Senate, or basically said, no, I don't know. I'm hoping even if it is, you know, even if it is a Warren on the top of the take, I'd just like Stacey Abrams, and she's not running for president. So the closest I can do is get on as BP for anyone, and I, but I'm actually, you know, it's funny a lot of people have been a little bit exhausted by already. But I think the democratic candidates, the Democratic Party is actually, doing really, really well, everyone's going to coalesce under one person whoever that might by and you know as name start to drop off. Maybe Elizabeth Warren does start to see an uptick, you know, or maybe, maybe Bernie takes that she's second right now. She's like she's in the so we got a lot of got about eighteen Pete moved about twelve people. I think he's very the seven nine percent eight percent. I didn't. Enters and the war on, I think it could be that, you know, again, the third kind of beta bait Beddoe is gone. He's just a horrible job. You know. But I like the message of Andrea. And I think that they could add some if he doesn't go far far. I mean who knows people vote and early. It's still very early. So it's really exciting them, as you can tell him, I think this is going to be the most exciting election, we've had in my lifetime. And if it is, if it does end up being Biden, that's one term, as far as I'm concerned and we right now. I think we just gotta get this country, just we gotta go just even even if it is just need to get a closer slightly to a humane principles principle. That's all. So I understand would've thought I know MS after Obama, you would think you would have another exciting election coming up. Yeah. Well, it's been exciting for sure. But anyway, so yeah, we can have to come back and, and talk. When closer to the election, after we after we whittle this down a little bit. But maybe we should just viewing party, we should get together. Sounds in June and watched the first debate. All right. Everyone will. Thank you all so much for listening. That is Simone are Bobby appreciates. You check it out the show. Thank. Thank you, buddy. Okay, everyone. I hope you guys have a great day gray weekend. Great week. Find me on Instagram. Ben Kissel, one and on our Bobby. S. A. M. A. N. A. R. A. B I. S Amman are Bobby on Instagram and you can see exactly what he's talking about. I have to have to hit Google translate. And I don't think Google translate. Does a very good job. Yeah. Sometimes I forget to put English translations on things, but I should. Yeah, I think is so complicated. It's not even worth it. But I remind all alright. Everyone listening hail yourselves. This show is made possible by listeners like you, thanks to our ad sponsors. You can support our shows by supporting them for more shows like the one, you just listen to go to last podcast network dot com..

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Georgia, Brian Campeau And US discussed on Larry Elder

Larry Elder

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Georgia, Brian Campeau And US discussed on Larry Elder

"Reporting. Georgia lawmakers gave final approval Friday to a heartbeat abortion Bill similar legislation also making its way through legislatures in Kentucky and Mississippi. The proposal now has to the desk of Republican governor Brian Campeau backs. It if enacted it would be among the strictest abortion bans in the US. The ACLU of Georgia says it will challenge the law in court if it

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"brian campeau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"From Washington to Wall Street. I do with Matt. Good Wednesday morning. America's First News continues on this January second thirty four minutes past the hour. And President Trump huddles with top congressional leaders today at the White House for a briefing on border security. Of course, it comes amid the partial government shutdown which is dragged on over funding for a border wall. President Trump tweeting yesterday, let's make a deal. House majority whip Steve Scalise told Fox News it shouldn't be seen as caving. If President Trump decides to meet Democrats in the middle somewhere between the one point three billion dollars offered and the five billion dollars, President Trump has requested. There's a lot of different items that relate to border security that we can negotiate about. Let's I recognize this is about securing our border and the president's been very clear about what he wants to do to keep America safe. And he campaigned on it. He was elected on this. And so again, if there's a better way that Chuck Schumer can put a plan on the table to keep this country safe. I want to see it if he's okay, by the way, what those thousands of criminals that we stop every year. How many thousands do we not stop because we don't have a secure border. That's what this fight is about. And is he okay with those people coming across illegally who are criminals. They just caravan. There's over six on your criminal just trying to from you congressman how how much you would support the president caving on some of those initial demands such as the five billion dollar Mark Louie Gohmert, the house freedom caucus, urging the president to stick to his initial demands saying he needs to hold the line till hell freezes over. I if we did see the president cave on any of his demands, I just wonder how you think that his base and his biggest supporters would respond. Well, sandra. I don't think it's about caving. And frankly, I don't think it should be about personalities. Let's remove the personality. Again, Chuck Schumer was four wall before it was Donald Trump asked. For the wall. So if he removed the personality from it, let's get to what it's gonna take to secure the border, and I'll give you one example Sandra in law today. There are prohibitions that stop the president from building the wall in certain areas where frankly, we have the most poorest parts of our border. We need to remove those legal limitations. There's also limitations that stopped him from building the wall in certain ways, there are cheaper more cost effective ways of building a wall. And the president can't do that today because the law blocks of how stupid is that the law actually says if there is a lower cost and more effective way of securing the border the president's legally prevented from doing that in our Bill we passed by the way, just a few days ago, we remove those legal limitations. So the president can keep this country safe and the best and most cost effective way possible. Today's meeting at the White House comes a day before the new congress. It takes over incoming Democrats in the house have already introduced a couple of bills to reopen the government with just one point three billion offered. For border security US-based, Roman Catholic bishops will gather today for a week long retreat near Chicago on the church sexual abuse scandal that organizers say we'll focus on prayer and spiritual reflection not formulating policy. Now the retreat begins after it was reported at the Vatican blocked US bishops from taking measures last year to address the sex abuse scandal because US church leaders didn't discuss legally problematic proposals with the Holy See enough beforehand. The retreats also a prelude to a summit of the world's bishops at the Vatican next month to forge a comprehensive response to the crisis. That's rocked the church. Facebook is apologized for temporarily banning North Carolina evangelist Franklin Graham from its platform over a twenty sixteen post about the state's bathroom Bill. The Asheville citizen times reports Facebook apologized on Sunday Graham said last week that the platform banned him for a day in December saying the. Post violated community hate speech standards, Graham said the post focused on the now repealed house Bill two which required. Transgender people. Too often use restrooms matching their birth certificates. Georgia's outdated election system has drawn criticism from cybersecurity experts and voting integrity advocates and now commission tasked with examining potential replacements is preparing to make recommendations to lawmakers. Of course, the system was closely scrutinized during last year's nationally watched gubernatorial race between democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Campeau was that Georgia's secretary of state and chief election official cybersecurity experts have warned that the touch screen systems are unreliable and vulnerable to hacking and provide no way to do an audit or confirm votes have even been recorded correctly. Because there's no paper trail. Critics also raised concerns after security lapses exposed voters information NASA's new horizons spacecraft has survived humanity's most distant. Exploration of another world a flight controllers in Maryland received word from the spacecraft on Tuesday, ten hours after the middle of the night encounter at the mysterious body known as alternate Tuli this on the frozen fringes of our solar system. An astounding one billion miles beyond Pluto. I don't know about all of you. But I'm.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"First News continues on this January second thirty four minutes past the hour. And President Trump huddles with top congressional leaders today at the White House for a briefing on border security. Of course, it comes amid the partial government shutdown which is dragged on over funding for a border wall. President Trump tweeting yesterday, let's make a deal. House majority whip Steve Scalise told Fox News it shouldn't be seen as caving. If President Trump decides to meet Democrats in the middle somewhere between the one point three billion dollars offered and the five billion dollars, President Trump has requested. There's a lot of different items that relate to border security that we can negotiate about. But let's I recognize this is about securing our border and the president's been very clear about what he wants to do to keep America safe. And he campaigned on it. He was elected on this. And so again if. There's a better way that Chuck Schumer can put a plan on the table to keep this country safe. I want to see it if he's okay, by the way, what those thousands of criminals that we stop every year. How many thousands do we not stop because we don't have a secure border. That's what this fight is about. And is he okay with those people coming across illegally who are criminals. Caravan? There's over six hundred criminal just trying to from you congressman how how much you would support the president caving on some of those initial demands such as the five billion dollar Mark Louie Gohmert of the house freedom caucus urging the president to stick to his initial demands saying he needs to hold the line till hell freezes over. I if we did see the president cave on any of his demands, I just wonder how you think that his base and his biggest supporters would respond. Well, sandra. I don't think it's about caving. And frankly, I don't think it should be about personalities. Let's remove the personality again, Chuck Schumer was four wall before it was Donald Trump asking for the wall. So if he removed the personality from it, let's get to what it's gonna take to secure the border, and I'll give you one example Sandra in law today. There are prohibitions that stop the president from building the wall in certain areas where frankly, we have the most poorest parts of our border. We need to remove those legal limitations. There's also limitations that stop him from building. Wall in certain ways, there are cheaper more cost effective ways of building a wall. And the president can't do that today because the law blocks of how stupid is that the law actually says if there's a lower cost and more effective way of securing the border the president's legally prevented from doing that in our Bill we passed by the way, just a few days ago, we remove those legal limitations. So the president can keep this country safe and the best and most cost effective way possible. Today's meeting at the White House comes a day before the new congress. It takes over incoming Democrats in the house have already introduced a couple of bills to reopen. The government with just one point three billion offered for border security US based Roman Catholic bishops will gather today for a week long retreat near Chicago on the church sexual abuse scandal that organizers say we'll focus on prayer and spiritual reflection not formulating policy. Now the retreat begins after it was reported at the Vatican blocked US bishops from taking measures. Last year to address the sex abuse scandal because US church leaders didn't discuss legally problematic proposals with the Holy See enough beforehand. Now, the retreats also a prelude to a summit of the world's bishops at the Vatican next month to forge a comprehensive response to the crisis. That's rocked the church. Facebook is apologized for temporarily banning North Carolina evangelist Franklin Graham from its platform over a twenty sixteen post about the state's bathroom Bill. The Asheville citizen times reports Facebook apologized on Sunday Graham, said last week that the platform banned him for a day in December saying the post violated community, hate, speech standards. Grant said the post focused on the now repealed house Bill two which required. Transgender people. Too often use restrooms matching their birth certificates. Georgia's outdated election system is drawn criticism from cybersecurity experts and voting integrity advocates and now a commission tasked with examining potential replacement is preparing to make recommendations to lawmakers. Of course, the system was closely scrutinized during last year's nationally watched gubernatorial race between democrat Stacey Abrams. Republican Brian Campeau was that Georgia's secretary of state and chief election official cybersecurity experts have warned that touch screen systems are unreliable and vulnerable to hacking and provide no way to do an audit or confirmed votes of even been recorded correctly. Because there's no paper trail. Critics also raised concerns after security lapses exposed voters information NASA's new horizons spacecraft has survived humanity's most distant exploration of another world. A flight controllers in Maryland received word from the space craft on Tuesday, ten hours after the middle of the night encounter at the mysterious body known as ultimate Tuli this on the frozen fringes of our solar system. An astounding one billion miles beyond Pluto. I don't know about all of you. But I'm really liking this twenty nine thousand nine thanks so far. We're here to tell.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on 710 WOR

"G A to seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine. from the Washington Post. The headline what's up almost Jimmy what's up with all those black men who voted for the Republican in the Georgia governor's race. Don't even mention his name in the headline. This is an analysis piece in the Washington Post what's up with all those black guys who voted for the Republican. It's written by a black pundits Washington Post outrage that black men did not vote for Stacey Abrams. Now most dead, but she didn't get the usual. Ninety two percent of the African American vote. It was something like eighty nine eighty five percent. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfilled their dream electing. Stacey Abrams has governors. That's how the story opens white female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfill their dream of electing Stacey Abrams has governor white women are supposed to understand what black women wanted whether dreaming about an help them pulling off. It would have made Stacey Abrams the first African American woman to head the state in the nation's history. Seventy five percent of white women voted for Republican Brian Campeau was declared the winner late last week. Among black women ninety seven percent supported Abrahams who the first black woman to win a major party's nomination for governor. Wait, a minute isn't all this an indication of racism and sexism ninety seven percent of African American women voted for an African American woman. That sounds like racism to me. And you can even say sexes. Of course. It would never be called that. But another group of voters also raised eyebrows for how they voted in the race in which Abrahams fell about seventeen thousand votes short of forcing a runoff black men voted for camp at a higher rate than black women, according to exit polling data point that drew gasps and rebuke on social media ended news commentary, according to network exit. Polling David Ige eleven percent of black men voted for the white guy. So when black men vote for a black candidate eighty nine ninety two percent. That's that's grounds for outrage who are the racists here. Anyway, those numbers are reminiscent of the double digit level of support that Donald Trump got among black men in the twenty sixteen presidential election. How can so many blank guys still aligned with the party that now more than ever is unified by white identity? Politics asked Rene Graham in a Boston Globe column after the election. Sounds like we got black identity politics, but I'll get I'll guarantee you this is policy related. There's no way it's racial related. A greater number of African American men voted for the Republican and voted for Trump in Georgia. And I'll guarantee you in both cases, it's about the economy in two thousand sixteen it was it was thought that that that Trump would be much better on the economy that Obama had been or that Hillary would be and after two years, it turned out to be the case just like there was a policy reason for an increased number of African Americans voting for the white candidate for governor in Georgia. Rhonda Santa's that issue was school choice. Which by the way. School choice is an issue that I Republican party ought to embrace this in unison school choice involves a whole lot of different things home schooling. Charter schools any number of things. But it's something that that that more and more parents want to have a say so over because more and more people are becoming aware of how decrepit the public school system is becoming. There's a story from Reuters Trump is right jobs for black-americans abound. Here's why it may not last. Ask Memphis residents, and they might say that Donald Trump got this one right at this is the best job market as far as many in the majority black city can remember for single mother LaTasha Harwell. Well, it's meant finally landing a fulltime job as a medical assistant. Chiquita? Clayton says that she has an open offer to move from part-time to full-time at a FedEx warehouse forklift driver. Kendrick Jefferson got three dollars an hour more for switching employers. Unemployment in Memphis, hit a post crisis low of three and a half percent in April. It has since crept back above four percent, partly because more people are joining the labor force. But with poverty rates are still among the highest in the country workers employment advocates and government officials also say this is only half the, of course, it's only half the story because they got to figure out a way to take away some credit for Trump for making this happen. So in three different stories, we have evidence here from exit polling data that African Americans voted either for Trump or for Republican candidates for governor in Florida in Georgia in greater numbers than before or than expected. And I'm just telling you it cannot be race. And it can't be identity politics that has to be policy related. Which the left, of course, never wants to consider everything to them must be identity politics at can't be policy. They would not stand up. Well, now, there's something else. Interesting happening out there, folks. And I I know that you probably haven't seen much if anything on this. John Kerry who served in Vietnam. Who retook Boston Harbor is part of his celebration. The democrat presidential nomination in two thousand four. John Carey admitted last week during a trip to Europe that Europe has been crushed by a transformation that has taken place due to immigration. Carey made the remarks. Speaking of a guardian live, the guardian newspaper guardian live event at central hall in London where he weighed in on a number of issues and also use the opportunity to bash Trump, but aside from that he said Europe is already crushed under the transformation taking place duty due. The migrate in Germany. Angela Merkel is weakened Italian politics significantly impacted now Terry claimed at climate change in Africa could cause an even more serious migration. Problem that will impact Europe blamed Trump for that. He said, you know, what I'm angry about people are going to die because of the decision. Donald Trump made my kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because Donald Trump's done this all because Trump pulled up the Paris accord, this is the most asinine. You know, people say you, rush, you you you gotta start being what was the word. They said I was. Disheartened or something. In a way. I there's there's something about some of these issues the left sponsors, so dumb and stupid. It is disheartening to see so many people buy into it. And this climate change is one of the climate change is going to force people out of Africa. Why because it's gonna get so hot. Is it any secret? It gets hot in sub Saharan Africa or incest Beranek. Is it any news that it's hot in the Middle East? It was hot in the Middle East during biblical times. It's always hot in the Middle East. What is this? But the point of this is this is the big point. That John Kerry who served in Vietnam is warning that immigration forget why climate change just to get that dig in that immigration is destroying Europe. This is not something Democrats ever say about immigration, anywhere. They never say immigration is destroying immigration is ruining immigration is harming and it's not just carry. Hillary Clinton is saying the same thing she's saying immigration has ruined Europe. You may not have heard it reported. But she has said it a couple of different times. And now, John F Kerry is joined the chorus who served in Vietnam. Now, these people have never met and America hating or west 'having immigrant or refugee that David like when they were in power. Any America hating refugee or illegal immigrant boy, their arms are wide open? Neighbor, welcoming them in. Now, what explains this? This is not something that they can say they misspoken, and they're not saying they misspoke, and they're not walking back from it. It's also not being widely reported, you probably know it. And I'll guarantee the drive bys are not reporting it, but they're out there saying it both John Kerry Hillary now why? Well, I know it's true. There's no question is why are they admitting it? Well, I have possibility. I have a possible idea. Is it that they have seen some really really devastating polling data about the subject of immigration. Are they now trying to sound a warning bell? Send a warning message to fellow liberals and Democrats about this. But then the other side, I don't trust these people as far as I can throw them. And so. I look at this. And it's so out of character. And it makes so little congruent sense that I suspect it some kind of a trap or a trick. But I can't figure out what that would be. But it's it's every bit of this is true. Germany's and trouble Italy's in trouble. All of Europe is in trouble. The great and the Brits have lost their culture. It's over culture wise for Great Britain number one. Name for baby boys in Great Britain is Mohammed bin past couple of years. Not nigel. Not pedal for. Not rush button. And they're not the typical Brit names. And something's up. I if if if they're if they're out there warning people telling the truth about the. Dangers of immigration are saying in Europe Hillary's, not saying it here either John Kerry didn't say here eater thing and for European audiences. But why are they telling the truth about it? All of a sudden, there has to be the reason none of this is coincidental. Spontaneous or haphazard? America's anchorman rush. I be network. Rush limbaugh. Seven. Buying a home allows you to.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on KTRH

"Eight eight eight surgery. Story from the Washington Post. The headline what's up almost tubing? What's up with all those black men who voted for the Republican in the Georgia governor's race? They don't even mention his name in the headline. This is an analysis piece in the Washington Post. What's up with all those black guys who voted for the Republican? It's written by a black pundits Washington Post outrage that black men did not vote for Stacey Abrams. Now most did, but she didn't get the usual. Ninety two percent of the African American vote. It was something like eighty nine eighty five percent. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfilled their dream of electing Stacey Abrams governors. That's how the story opens. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfill their dream of electing Stacey Abrams has governor though what white women are supposed to understand what black women wanted. Whether they're dreaming about an help them pulling off. It would have made Stacey Abrams the first African American woman. The head the ace state in the nation's history. Seventy five percent of white women voted for Republican Brian Campeau was declared the winner late last week. Among black women ninety seven percent supported Abrahams. Who was the first black woman to win a major party's nomination for governor. Wait, a minute isn't all this indication of racism and sexism ninety seven percent of African American women voted for an African American woman. That sounds like racism to me. And you could even say, sexist course, it would never be called that. But another group of voters also raised eyebrows for how they voted in the race in which Abrahams fell about seventeen thousand votes short of forcing a runoff black men voted for camp at a higher rate than black women, according to exit polling data point that drew gasps and rebuke on social media and news commentary, according to network exit polling David Ige eleven percent of black men voted for the white guy. So when black men vote for a black candidate eighty nine ninety two percent. That's that's grounds for outrage who are the racists here. Anyway, those numbers reminiscent of the double digit level of support that Donald Trump got among black man in the twenty sixteen presidential election. How can so many black guys still aligned with a party that now more than ever is unified by white identity? Politics asked Rene Graham in a Boston Globe column after the election. Sounds like we've got black identity politics, but I'll get I'll guarantee you this is policy related. There's no way it's racial related. A greater number of African American men voted for the Republican and voted for Trump in Georgia. And I'll guarantee you in both cases, it's about the economy in two thousand sixteen it was it was thought that that Trump would be much better on the economy that Obama had been or that Hillary would be and after two years it turned out to be the case dislike there was a policy reason for an increased number of African Americans voting for the white candidate for governor in Georgia. Rhonda Santa's that issue was school choice. Which by the way. School choice is an issue that I the Republican party ought to embrace this in unison school choice involves a whole lot of different things home schooling. Charter schools any number of things. But it's something that that that more and more parents want to have a say so over gives more and more people are becoming aware of how decrepit the public school system is becoming. Here's the story from Reuters Trump is right jobs for black Americans abound. Here's why it may not last. Ask Memphis residents, and they might say that Donald Trump got this one, right? That this is the best job market as far as many in the majority black city can remember for single mother LaTasha Harwell, it's meant finally landing a fulltime job as a medical assistant. Chiquita? Clayton says that she has an open offer to move from part-time to full-time at a FedEx warehouse forklift driver. Kendrick Jefferson got three dollars an hour more for switching employers. Unemployment in Memphis, hit a post crisis low of three and a half percent in April. It has since crept back above four percent, partly because more people are joining the labor force. But with poverty rates are still among the highest in the country workers employment advocates and government officials also say this is only half the story. Of course. It's only half the story because they got to figure out a way to take away some credit for Trump for making this happen. So in three different stories, we have evidence here from exit polling data that African Americans voted either for Trump or for Republican candidates for governor in Florida and Georgia in greater numbers than before or than expected. And I'm just telling you it cannot be race. And it can't be identity. Politics did has to be policy related. Which the left, of course, never wants to consider the everything to them must be identity politics at can't be policy. They would not stand up. Well, now, there's something else. Interesting happening out there, folks. And I I know that you probably haven't seen much if anything on this. John Kerry who served in Vietnam. Who retook Boston Harbor as part of his celebration? The democrat presidential nomination in two thousand four. John Carey admitted last week during a trip to Europe that Europe has been crushed by a transformation that has taken place due to immigration. Carey made the remarks speaking at a guardian live of guardian newspaper guardian live event at central hall in London where he weighed in on a number of issues and also use the opportunity to bash Trump, but aside from that he said Europe is already crushed under this transformation. Taking place duty due to migrate in Germany. Angela Merkel is weakened Italian politics significantly impacted now Terry claimed at climate change in Africa could cause an even more serious migration problem that'll impact Europe. Then blame Trump for that. You know, what I'm angry about people are gonna die because of the decision. Donald Trump made my kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because Donald Trump's done this all because Trump pulled up the Paris accord, this is the most asinine. You know, people say you, rush, you you gotta you gotta start being what was the word. They said I was. Disheartened or something. In a way. I there's there's something about some of these issues the left sponsors that so dumb and stupid. It is disheartening to see so many people buy into it. And this climate change is one of the climate change is going to force people out of Africa. Why because it's gonna get so hot. Is it any secret? It gets hot in sub Saharan Africa or inside Hera net. Is it any news that it's hot in the Middle East? It was hot in the Middle East during biblical times. It's always hot in the Middle East. What is this? But the point of this is this is the big point. That John Kerry who served in Vietnam is warning that immigration forget why climate change just to get that dig in that immigration is destroying Europe. This is not something Democrats ever say about immigration, anywhere. They never say immigration is destroying immigration is ruining immigration is harming and it's not just carry. Hillary Clinton is saying the same thing she's saying immigration has ruined Europe. You may not have heard it reported. But she has said it a couple of different times. And now, John F Kerry is joined the chorus who served in Vietnam. Now, these people have never met an American hating or west 'having immigrant or refugee that. They didn't like when they were in power. Any America hating refugee or illegal immigrant boy, their arms are wide open? Neighbor, welcoming them in. Now, what explains this? This is not something that they can say they misspoke, and they're not saying they misspoke, and they're not walking back from it. It's also not being widely reported, you probably know it. And I'll guarantee the drive bys are not reporting it, but they're out there saying, John Kerry and Hillary now why? Well, I know it's true. There's no question. True. Why are they admitting it? Well, I have a possibility. I have a possible idea. Is it that they have seen some really really devastating polling data about the subject of immigration. Are they now trying to sound a warning bell? Send a warning message to fellow liberals and Democrats about this. But then the other side, I don't trust these people as far as I can throw them. And so. I look at this. And it's so out of character. And it makes so little congruent sense that I suspect some kind of a trapper a trick. But I can't figure out what that would be. But it's it's every bit of this is true. Germany's in trouble Italy's in trouble. All of Europe is in trouble. The great the Brits have lost their culture. It's over culture wise for Great Britain number one. Name for baby boy is in Great Britain is Mohammed past couple of years. Not nigel. Not pedophile for. Not rush button. And they're not the typical Brit names. And something's up eight. If if if they're if they're out there warning people telling the truth about the. Dangerous of immigration is staying in Europe Hillary's, not saying if here either and John Kerry didn't say it here eater thing for European audiences. But why are they telling the truth about it? All of a sudden, there has to be the reason none of this is coincidental. Spontaneous or haphazard? America's anchorman. Rush of the network. Buying a home.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Who voted for the Republican in the Georgia governor's race? They don't even mention his name in the headline. This is an analysis piece in the Washington Post what's up with all those black guys who voted for the Republican. It's written by a black pundits Washington Post outrage that black men did not vote for Stacey Abrams. Now most did, but she didn't get the usual. Ninety two percent of the African American vote. It was something like eighty nine eighty five percent. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfilled their dream of electing Stacey Abrams governors. That's how the story opens. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfill their dream of electing Stacey Abrams has governor white women are supposed to understand what black women wanted whether dreaming about and help them pull it off. It would have made Stacey Abrams the first African American woman to head the ace state in the nation's history. Seventy five percent of white women voted for Republican Brian Campeau was declared the winner late last week. Among black women ninety seven percent supported Abrahams. Who was the first black woman to win a major party's nomination for governor. Wait, a minute isn't all this an indication of racism and sexism ninety seven percent of African American women voted for an African American woman. That sounds like racism to me. And you could even say sex is of course, it would never be called that. But another group of voters also raised eyebrows for how they voted in the race in which Abrahams fell about seventeen thousand votes short of forcing a runoff black men voted for camp at a higher rate than black women, according to exit polling data point that drew gasps and rebuke on social media ended new whose commentary, according to network exit polling David Ige eleven percent of black men voted for the white guy. So when black men vote for a black candidate eighty nine ninety two percent. That's that's grounds for outrage who are the racists here. Anyway, those numbers are reminiscent of the double digit level of support that Donald Trump got among black men in the twenty sixteen presidential election. How can so many blank guys still aligned with a party that now more than ever is unified by white identity? Politics asked Renee Graham in a Boston Globe column after the election. Sounds like we got black identity politics, but I'll get I'll guarantee you this is policy related. There's no way it's racial related. A greater number of African American men voted for the Republican and voted for Trump in Georgia. And I'll guarantee you in both cases, it's about the economy in two thousand sixteen it was it was thought that that that Trump would be much better on the economy than Obama had been ordered Hillary would be and after two years, it turned out to be the case dislike there was a policy reason for an increased number of African Americans voting for the white candidate for governor in Georgia. Rhonda Santa's that issue was school choice, which by the way. School choice is an issue that I the Republican party ought to embrace this in unison school choice involves a whole lot of different things home schooling. Charter schools any number of things. But it's something that that that more and more parents want to have a say so over because more and more people are becoming aware of how decrepit the public school system is becoming. There's a story from Reuters Trump is right jobs for black-americans abound. Here's why it may not last. Ask Memphis residents, and they might say that Donald Trump got this one, right? That this is the best job market as far as many in the majority black city can remember for single mother LaTasha har-. Well, it's meant finally lambing fulltime job as a medical assistant. Chiquita? Clayton says that she has an open offer to move from part-time to full-time at a FedEx warehouse forklift driver. Kendrick Jefferson got three dollars an hour more for switching employers. Unemployment in Memphis, hit a post crisis low of three and a half percent in April. It has since crept back above four percent, partly because more people are joining labor force. But with poverty rates are still among the highest in the country workers employment advocates and government officials also say this is only half the, of course, it's only half the story because they got to figure out a way to take away some credit for Trump for making this happen. So in three different stories, we have evidence here from exit polling data that African Americans voted either for Trump or for Republican candidates for governor in Florida in Georgia in greater numbers than before or than expected. And I'm just telling you it cannot be race. And it can't be identity. Politics did has to be policy related. Which the left, of course, never wants to consider the everything to them must be identity politics. It can't be policy. They would not stand up. Well, now, there's something else. Interesting happening out there, folks. And I I know that you probably haven't seen much if anything on this. John Kerry who served in Vietnam. Who retook Boston Harbor part of his celebration the democratic presidential nomination in two thousand four. John Carey admitted last week during a trip to Europe that Europe has been crushed by a transformation that has taken place due to immigration. Carey made the remarks. Speaking of a guardian live, the guardian newspaper guardian live event at central hall in London where he weighed in on a number of issues and also used the opportunity to bash Trump, but aside from that he said Europe is already crushed under this transformation. Taking place duty do the migration in Germany. Angela Merkel is weakened Italian politics significantly impacted now Terry claimed that climate change in Africa could cause an even more serious migration. Problem that will impact Europe than blame Trump for that. He said, you know, what I'm angry about people are gonna die because of the decision. Donald Trump made my kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because Donald Trump's done this all because Trump pulled up the Paris accord, this is the most asinine people's you rush, you you gotta you gotta start being what was the word. They said I was. Disheartened or something. In a way. I there's there's something about some of these issues the left sponsors that so dumb and stupid. It is disheartening to see so many people buy into it. And this climate change is one of the climate change is going to force people out of Africa. Why because it's gonna get so hot. Is it any secret? It gets hot in sub Saharan Africa or inside Hera app. Is it any news that it's hot in the Middle East? It was hot in the Middle East during biblical times. It's always hot in the Middle East. What is this? But the point of this is this is the big point. That John Kerry who served in Vietnam is warning that immigration forget why climate change just to get that digging. That immigration is destroying Europe. This is not something Democrats ever say about immigration, anywhere. They never say immigration is destroying immigration is ruining immigration is harming and it's not just carry. Hillary Clinton is saying the same thing she's saying immigration has ruined Europe. You may not have heard it reported. But she has said it a couple of different times. And now, John F Kerry is joined the chorus who served in Vietnam. Now, these people have never met and America hating or west 'having immigrant or refugee that. They didn't like when they were in power. Any america? Hating refugee or illegal immigrant boy air arms are wide open. Neighbor, welcoming them in. Now, what explains this? This is not something that they can say they misspoken, and they're not saying they misspoke, and they're not walking back from it. It's also not being widely reported, you probably know it. And I'll guarantee the drive bys are not reporting it, but they're out there saying it, both John Kerry and Hillary now why? Well, I know it's true. There's no question is true. But why are they admitting it? Well, I have possibility. I have a possible idea. Is it that they have seen some really really devastating polling data about the subject of immigration. Are they now trying to sound a warning bell? Send a warning message to fellow liberals and Democrats about this. But then the other side, I don't trust these people as far as I can throw them. And so. I look at this and it so out of character. And it makes so little congruent sense that I suspect it some kind of a trap trick. But I can't figure out what that would be. But it's it's every bit of this is true. Germany's and trouble Italy's in trouble. All of Europe is in trouble. The great and the Brits have lost their culture. It's over culture wise for Great Britain, a number one. Name for baby boys in Great Britain is Mohammed past couple of years. Not nigel. Not pettifor. Not rush button. And they're not the typical Brit names. And something's up. I if if if they're if they're out there warning people telling the truth about the. Dangers of immigration as saying in Europe Hillary's, not saying if here either John Kerry didn't save here eater thing for European audiences. But why are they telling the truth about it? All of a sudden, there has to be a reason. None of this is coincidental. Spontaneous or haphazard? America's anchorman rush. Be network. No riley. Dot com. Buying a home allows.

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KLBJ 590AM

11:47 min | 2 years ago

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"What's up of all those black men who voted for the Republican in the Georgia governor's race? Don't even mention his name in the headline. This is an analysis piece in the Washington Post what's up with all those black guys who voted for the Republican. Written by a black pundits Washington Post outrage that lack men did not vote for Stacey Abrams. Now most dead, but she didn't get the usual. Ninety two percent of the African American vote. It was something like eighty nine eighty five percent. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfilled their dream of electing Stacey Abrams as governors. That's how the story opens. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfill their dream of electing Stacey Abrams has governor white women are supposed to understand what black women wanted whether dreaming about and help them pull it off. It would have made Stacey Abrams the first African American woman the head the state in the nation's history. Seventy five percent of white women voted for Republican Brian Campeau was declared the winner late last week. Among black women ninety seven percent supported Abrahams. Who was the first black woman to win a major party's nomination for governor. Wait, a minute isn't all this and indication of racism and sexism ninety seven percent of African American women voted for an African American woman. That sounds like racism to me. And you can even say sexist, of course, it would never be called that. But another group of voters also raised eyebrows for how they voted in the race in which Abrahams fell about seventeen thousand votes short of forcing a runoff black men voted for camp at a higher rate than black women, according to exit polling data point that grew gasps and rebuke on social media end in new whose commentary, according to network exit polling data eleven percent of black men voted for the white guy. So when black men vote for a black candidate eighty nine ninety two percent. That's that's grounds for outrage. Who are the racists here? Anyway, those numbers are reminiscent of the double digit level of support that Donald Trump got among black men in the twenty sixteen presidential election. How can so many black guys still aligned with a party that now more than ever is unified by white identity? Politics asked Rene Graham in a Boston Globe column after the election. Sounds like we got black identity politics, but I'll get I'll guarantee you this is policy related. There's no way it's racial related. A greater number of African American men voted for the Republican and voted for Trump in Georgia. And I'll guarantee you in both cases, it's about the economy in two thousand sixteen it was it was thought that that that Trump would be much better on the economy that Obama had been ordered Hillary would be and after two years it turned out to be the case dislike there was a policy reason for an increased number of African Americans voting for the white candidate for governor in Georgia. Rhonda Santa's that issue school choice, which by the way. School choice is an issue that I the Republican party ought to embrace this in unison school choice involves a whole lot of different things home schooling. Charter schools any number of things. But it's something that that that more and more parents want to have a say so over because more and more people are becoming aware of how decrepit the public school system is becoming. There's a story from Reuters Trump is right jobs for black Americans abound. Here's why it may not last. Asked Memphis residents, and they might say that Donald Trump got this one, right? That this is the best job market as far as many in the majority black city can remember for single mother LaTasha Harwell. Well, it's meant finally landing a fulltime job as a medical assistant. Shuki? Clayton says that she has an open offer to move from part-time to full-time at a FedEx warehouse forklift driver. Kendrick Jefferson got three dollars an hour more for switching employers. Unemployment in Memphis, hit a post crisis low of three and a half percent in April and has since crept back above four percent, partly because more people are joining the labor force. But with poverty rates are still among the highest in the country workers employment advocates and government officials also say this is only half, the story course, it's only half the story because got to figure out a way to take away some credit for Trump for making this happen. So in three different stories, we have evidence here from exit polling data that African Americans voted either for Trump or for Republican candidates for governor in Florida in Georgia in greater numbers than before or than expected. And I'm just telling you cannot be race. And it can't be identity. Politics did has to be policy related. Which the left, of course, never wants to consider everything to them must be identity politics that can't be policy. They would not stand up. Well, now, there's something else. Interesting happening out there. Fox. And I I know that you probably haven't seen much if anything on this. John Kerry who served in Vietnam. Who retook Boston Harbor is part of his celebration the democratic presidential nomination in two thousand and four. John Carey admitted last week during a trip to Europe that Europe has been crushed by a transformation that has taken place due to immigration. Carey made the remarks speaking at a guardian live in the guardian newspaper guardian live event at central hall in London where he weighed in on a number of issues and also use the opportunity to bash Trump, but aside from that he said Europe is already crushed under this transformation. Taking place duty migration in Germany. Angela Merkel is weakened Italian politics significantly impacted now Terry claimed at climate change in Africa could cause an even more serious migration. Problem that will impact Europe than blamed Trump for that. You know, what I'm angry about people are going to die because of the decision. Donald Trump made my kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because Donald Trump's done this all because Trump pulled up the Paris accords. This is the most asinine people. You rush you you gotta you gotta start being what was the word. They said I was. Disheartened or something. In a way. I there's there's something about some of these issues the left sponsors, so dumb and stupid. It is disheartening to see so many people buy into it. And this climate change is one of the climate change is going to force people out of Africa. Why? Because it's going to get so hot. Is it any secret? It gets hot in sub Saharan Africa or incest Beranek. Is it any news that it's hot in the Middle East? It was hot in the Middle East during biblical times. It's always hot in the Middle East. What is this? But the point of this is this is the big point. That John Kerry who served in Vietnam is warning that immigration forget why climate change just to get that digging. That immigration is destroying Europe. This is not something Democrats ever say about immigration, anywhere. They never say immigration is destroying immigration is ruining immigration is harming and it's not just carry. Hillary Clinton is saying the same thing she's saying immigration has ruined Europe. You may not have heard it reported. But she has said it a couple of different times. And now, John F Kerry is joined the chorus who wants served in Vietnam. Now, these people have never met an American 'having or west 'having immigrant or refugee that. They didn't like when they were in power. Any America hating refugee or illegal immigrant boy, their arms are wide open ever welcoming them in? Now, what explains this? This is not something that they can say they misspoken and they're not segment. Misspoke. And they're not walking back from it. It's also not being widely reported, you probably know it. And I'll guarantee the drive bys are not reporting it, but they're out there saying, John Kerry and Hillary now why? Well, I know it's true. There's no question is true. But why are they admitting? Well, I have possibility. I have a possible idea. Is it that they have seen some really really devastating polling data about the subject of immigration. Are they now trying to sound a warning bell? Send a warning message to fellow liberals and Democrats about this. But then the other side, I don't trust these people as far as I can throw them. And so. I look at this. And it's so out of character. And it makes so little congruent sense than I suspect it some kind of a trapper a trick. But I can't figure out what that would be. But it's it's every bit of this is true. Germany's in trouble Italy's in trouble. All of Europe is in trouble. The great the Brits have lost their culture. It's over culture wise for Great Britain, a number one. Name for baby boys in Great Britain is Mohammed past couple of years. Not nigel. Not pedophile for. Not rush button. And they're not the typical Brit names and something's up. I if if if they're if they're out there warning people telling the truth about the. Dangers of immigration is staying in Europe Hillary's, not saying it here either John Kerry didn't say here either for European audiences. But why are they telling the truth about it? All of a sudden, there has to be a reason. None of this is coincidental. Spontaneous or haphazard?.

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WCBM 680 AM

12:19 min | 2 years ago

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"To the network on talkradio six eighty CBS. Story from the Washington Post. The headline what's up almost Jimmy? What's up of all those black men who voted for the Republican in the Georgia governor's race? They don't even mention his name in the headline. This is an analysis piece in the Washington Post what's up with all those black guy. Zoo voted for the Republican. It's written by a black pundits Washington Post outrage that black men did not vote for Stacey Abrams. Now most did, but she didn't get the usual. Ninety two percent of the African American vote. It was something like eighty nine eighty five percent. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfilled their dream of electing Stacey Abrams has governors. That's how the story opens. White female voters in Georgia showed little interest in helping black women fulfilled. Their dream of electing. Stacey Abrams has governor what white women are supposed to understand what black women wanted whether dreaming about and help them pull it off. It would have made Stacey Abrams the first African American woman the head the state in the nation's history. Seventy five percent of white women voted for Republican Brian Campeau was declared the winner late last week. Among black women ninety seven percent supported Abrahams who the first black woman to win a major party's nomination for governor. Wait, a minute isn't all this an indication of racism and sexism ninety seven percent of African-American women voted for an African American woman. That sounds like racism to me. And you could even say sex is of course, it would never be called that. But another group of voters also raised eyebrows for how they voted in the race in which Abrahams fell about seventeen thousand votes short of forcing a runoff black men voted for camp at a higher rate than black women, according to exit polling data point that drew gasps and review on social media. And in news commentary, according to network exit polling David Ige eleven percent of black men voted for the white guy. So when black men vote for a black candidate eighty nine ninety two percent. That's that's grounds for outrage. Who are the racists here? Anyway, those numbers reminiscent of the double digit levels of support that Donald Trump got among black men in the twenty sixteen presidential election. How can so many black guys still align with the party that now more than ever is unified by white identity? Politics asked Rene Graham in a Boston Globe column after the election. Sounds like we've got black identity politics, but I'll get I'll guarantee you this is policy related. There's no way it's racial related. A greater number of African American men voted for the Republican and voted for Trump in Georgia. And I'll guarantee you in both cases, it's about the economy in two thousand sixteen it was it was thought that that Trump would be much better on the economy that Obama had been or that Hillary would be and after two years. It turned out to be the case. Dislike there was a policy reason for an increased number of African Americans voting for the white candidate for governor in Georgia. Rhonda Santa's that issue with school choice. Which by the way. School choice is an issue that I the Republican party ought to embrace this in unison school choice involves a whole lot of different things home schooling. Charter schools any number of things. But it's something that that that more and more parents want to have a say so over because more and more people are becoming aware of how decrepit the public school system is becoming. Here's a story from Reuters Trump is right jobs for black Americans abound. Here's why it may not last. Ask Memphis residents, and they might say that Donald Trump got this one, right? That this is the best job market as far as many in the majority black city can remember or single mother LaTasha. It's meant finally landing a fulltime job as a medical assistant. Chiquita? Clayton says that she has an open offer to move from part-time to full-time at a FedEx warehouse forklift driver. Kendrick Jefferson got three dollars an hour more for switching employers. Unemployment in Memphis, hit a post crisis low of three and a half percent in April. It has since crept back above four percent, partly because more people joining the labor force, but with poverty rates are still among the highest in the country workers employment advocates and government officials also say this is only half the story is only half the story because they gotta figure out a way to take away some credit for Trump for making this happen. So in three different stories, we have evidence here from exit polling data that African Americans voted either for Trump or for Republican candidates for governor in Florida in Georgia in greater numbers than before or than expected. And I'm just telling you it cannot be race. And it can't be identity. Politics did has to be policy related. Which the left, of course, never wants to consider the everything to them must be identity politics. It can't be policy. They would not stand up. Well, now, there's something else. Interesting happening out there, folks. And I I know that you probably haven't seen much if anything on this. John Kerry who served in Vietnam. Who retook Boston Harbor is part of his celebration the democratic presidential nomination in two thousand four. John Carey admitted last week during a trip to Europe that Europe has been crushed by a transformation that has taken place due to immigration. Carey made the remarks speaking at a guardian live for the guardian newspaper guardian live event at central hall in London where he weighed in on a number of issues and also use the opportunity to bash Trump, but aside from that he said Europe is already crushed under the transformation taking place duty due to migration in Germany. Angela Merkel is weakened Italian politics significantly impacted now Terry claimed it climate change in Africa could cause an even more serious migration. Problem that will impact Europe than blame Trump for that. You know, what I'm angry about people are gonna die because of the decision. Donald Trump made my kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because Donald Trump's done this all because Trump pulled up the Paris accord, this is the most asinine. You know, people you rush, you you you gotta stop being what was the word. They said I was. Disheartened or something. In a way. I there's there's something about some of these issues the left sponsors that so dumb and stupid. It is disheartening to see so many people buy into it. And this climate change is one of the that climate change is going to force people out of Africa. Why? Because it's going to get so hot. Is it any secret? It gets hot in sub Saharan Africa or inside Heron. Is it any news that it's hot in the Middle East? It was hot in the Middle East during biblical times. It's always hot in the Middle East. What is this? But the point of this is this is the big point. That John Kerry who served in Vietnam is warning that immigration forget why climate change just to get that dig in that immigration is destroying Europe. This is not something Democrats ever say about immigration, anywhere. They never say immigration is destroying immigration is ruining immigration is harming and it's not just Kerry. Hillary Clinton is saying the same thing she's saying immigration has ruined Europe. You may not have heard it reported. But she has said it a couple of different times. And now, John F Kerry is joined the chorus who served in Vietnam. Now, these people have never met an American hating or west 'having immigrant or refugee. They didn't like when they were in power. Any America hating refugee or illegal immigrant boy, their arms are wide open? Neighbor, welcoming them in. Now, what explains this? This is not something that they can say they misspoken, and they're not saying misspoke, and they're not walking back from it. It's also not being widely reported, you probably know it. And I'll guarantee the drive bys are not reporting it, but they're out there saying, John Kerry and Hillary now why? Well, I know it's true. There's no question is triple. Why are they admitting? Well, I have a possibility. I have a possible idea. Is that they have seen some really really devastating polling data about the subject of immigration. Are they now trying to sound a warning bell? Send a warning message to fellow liberals and Democrats about this. But then the other side, I don't trust these people as far as I can throw them. And so. I look at this. And it's so out of character. And it makes so little congruent sense that I suspect it some kind of a trapper trick. But I can't figure out what that would be. But it's it's every bit of this is true. Germany's in trouble Italy's in trouble. All of Europe is in trouble. The great and the Brits have lost their culture. It's over culture wise for Great Britain number one. Name for baby boys in Great Britain is Mohammed past couple of years. Not nigel. Not Pedder for. Not rush button. And they're not the typical Brit names and something's up if if if they're if they're out there warning people telling the truth about the. Dangers of immigration. A staying in Europe Hillary's, not saying it here, either John Kerry didn't say it here eater thing for European audiences. But why are they telling the truth about it? All of a sudden, there has to be a reason. None of this is coincidental. Spontaneous or haphazard? America's anchorman. Rush the network. Rush Limbaugh, talk radio six eighty WCBS. Buying a home allows.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Ruler was involved. The House Judiciary committee is looking to get one last crack at former FBI director James Comey and former attorney general Loretta Lynch before Republicans lose their subpoena. Power CNN reports the committee whilst a question then began about the Russia investigation of the Clinton Email issue. Word is Comi will be subpoenaed for a closed door appearance on November twenty ninth while Lynch will be ordered to testify December fifth wins news time eleven fifty a third arrest now in a home, invasion robbery and sex assault. At the Brooklyn house of a retired NYPD Lieutenant police say twenty year old tyreek rushing was caught in Missouri this week, at least believe he joined another man and woman who already are in custody in breaking into the home of the seventy two year old man, robbing the retired cop slashing his face and pistol-whipping. They've been allegedly assaulted is seventy one year old wife rushing a set to be arraigned today. Democrats Stacey Abrams. Now says she cannot become the first black female governor of Georgia. And so she's ending or challenge to Republican Brian Campeau over that does not mean, she's conceiving Stacey Abrams said essentially, she was out of options. I acknowledge that former secretary of state Brian Kemp will be certified as the Victor and the twenty eighteen gubernatorial election, but she was not conceding. Concession means. To acknowledge an action is right true. Or proper woman of conscience and faith. I cannot concede that time Steve.

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KFI AM 640

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To mitigate the risks of the big ones breaking out and everybody in the legislature voted for it and vetoed. It was kind of a head scratcher specifically to work with the the power companies and their transmission line paths in high fire regions, explain it all after five o'clock. You know, he blew it on that. We'll bring it back the moist line people next hour end. We will f a special edition of hacking dumpster, Satan's lake of fire. It was a late decision. Just made today that this person had to go because of the outrageous things they had to say. Topic? All that's coming up next hour here on KFI the election mess in Florida, by the way is Debbie there. Yeah. I'm here. You say that Georgia woman. Stacey Abrams gave up finally. Yes. She did. Okay. Yep. Here's the last. We had seen this morning. And this is the Georgia democratic gubernatorial race between Stacey Abrams and the democrat Oprah's candidate and a Republican named Brian Campeau is the secretary of state. She was thinking about going to court, and this has never been done that anybody knows to have everybody vote all over again. Yeah. Another crazy. Well, she's saying that she is filing a federal lawsuit to challenge, which she's calling an election officials gross mis management. Yeah. Anything specific about that? Unofficial return show him with fifty point two percent of the more than three point nine million votes cast. Nobody takes losses anymore. Do they know? And you know, what it is? It's the Trump effect. It's so contentious right now that if one size, especially when you bring an Oprah and Obama we couldn't have possibly lost. We got the power players on our side. Right. They immediately claimed the foul, and because this guy was secretary of state that gives them like, you know, hint hint. A good reason to claim foul you've just claim stuff. They have no proof. What are you gonna do Yellen about voter suppression? You got four million people voting and the way cockamamie voting systems are I'll bet you you could recount the ten times and come up with slightly different results. Celery slight is the key word l think it'd be anybody. She was down by eighteen thousand votes. There's never been a recount that affected eighteen thousand votes. It's never happened. Even at a four million cast now know what you have is a very narrow difference in percentages. But in raw votes eighteen thousand is a lot of votes that would have to be eighteen. Thousand separate scripts. That's because I read I read an article on this today regarding the Florida talk about for well, yeah, you could start the governor in the Senate and explain Baffin medically the history of recounts, and how it really only affects. Stuff. That's so close it's practically a tie. But when you're when you're thousands of tens of thousands of votes apart. There's never been a recount it's changed the result in American history in Florida in the Senate race Republican governor, Rick Scott leads the democrat, the incumbent Bill Nelson by less than thirteen thousand votes. And they're doing a legally required hand recount judge in the case. And he hasn't changed. He set a deadline for Sunday. They got to get this done. And I don't know what they're going to be able to do that. And what kind of outcome? They're going to have. But in the Senate race, which is the other rather the governor's race Republican Ron to Santa's democrat is Andrew gillum that one they think is over. In fact, the Santa's leads Gillam by more than thirty three thousand votes, and they did do a recount and Gillam gained one vote. He gained one vote. That's what you usually get these recounts where? In each district. You find out there's one or two votes or three or four votes either way, and you, and you you know, what the difference is they run these. They run the ballots through machines. Right. And sometimes the machine will pick up stray marks on the card or sometimes you have a stupid voter. And they've they've they've filled in two circles for two different candidates. So they have something called it over vote. And that's when that's when the. Sheen Clinton two for one right? So they they credit both candidates with the vote. And then sometimes you have an under- vote people forgot to vote him, right? Or what they what they do is. They put an X through the little bubble or they circle the candidates name. But they don't fill the circle with ink. Oh, then the machine isn't taking it out. Right. So what they do is. They start looking at the ballots to try to chairman. Okay. What was the intent here? Oh, well, they circled his name. Okay. We'll credit him with a vote, but that's very minimal. So you what do you know what they have in Florida like with ours? We know you put the little thing over the county. You put the little thing over the post in the Inca dot the punch. I don't know what they use their could you literally go into the ballot box and circle someone's name people people do I guess why? I think a lot of cases they have pens and you're supposed to fill the little bubble like icy manual. You wanna test like on an SAT test? Yeah. So I think this story I read the only a couple of examples where the results switched. But that's because it was one hundred or two hundred vote difference. Right. It wasn't eighteen thousand votes thirty three thousand votes because most of the time it it changes the result by two hundredths. Our percentage point. Well, that's that's not. That's not good enough here. Here's the other thing. And here's where another technical election term comes in. It's called cure is anyone. No, cure means in terms of elections and voting cure. Well, this is something you mentioned the other day, John, maybe we ought to go back to everybody just votes on the one day, we do with the machines could Lord the male and create a nightmare number one. Some of them come in. So late number two. What they're supposed to do is match the signature on the mail in ballot to the signature on file. And if the person doing it says don't think so it gets thrown in a pile for you know, provisional or we have to take another look or the word cure means the voter is contact and has a chance to validate that that wasn't deed their ballot and their handwriting of that's too much trouble. There's way too much trouble. Apparently in Florida. They have this. They have this rule. Democrats are accused of altering official forms to change the deadline to fix. Secure mail in ballots deemed to be invalid. There's something wrong. Thousands of ballots were thrown out to a signature mismatch. There's something wrong with with the brains of the people who run elections in Florida one of the judges. There's been a one hundred lawsuits over this one of the judges says say this week. Why is it that Florida is the laughing stock over and over again that right? The judges very angry every every election since gore against Bush. It's always it. And it's the simplest thing you just print out a sheet of paper with the names of the candidates and the U Inc. Kin who your who your vote for and you run it through a machine that detects the ink, but is it because Florida's such a divided state politically that these close races. It just ends up in the spotlight, or is there incompetence in other words in a place like Ohio, the race wasn't close enough for anybody white up by the I think there's a lot of incompetence Florida happens to be a fifty fifty state so all the incompetence gets magnified in LA county. I'm saying what LA county everybody votes for three quarters democrat. So you you don't nobody takes a closer? Look. I'll bet you. You and I were talking about that as you probably know by now, the Republicans are pretty much lost all the seats in congress. I think they're down to eight. Yeah. Voters moved out, and as they continued to count ballots in places like Orange County, the Republicans who are ahead an election night. Lost them all that Mimi Walters lost her race. But Kim Young lost. Her Ray Royces seat. A lot of people found California intolerable, and it was a lot of white middle class and upper middle class homeowners and families, and they moved out of the stay left and the ones that are left. Here's my opinion, they voted early. So they were in the early results of the voted on election day, but this crowd. It's clear now that voted late either by mail and data or by showing up at like Norwalk and standing in line at ten o'clock at night. I think there's something fishy about that. That crowd overwhelmingly voted for the left wing. Apparently, it's going to result in a change in sheriff in LA county. It looks like margin. I think McDonalds challenge that was somewhere that got all those people to stay. I think you're right. Yeah. There's somebody want to do a little investigated pizza though. There's nothing wrong with that. You can do that. Well, let's see the details. I wonder if they were qualified to vote now you're gonna clean the overpaid. Died. George Soros is there handy. Sara is no chance that all those people. Suddenly learned of the new California law allows you can register to vote on the same day that you do vote, and that you have to go to Norwalk of all places, and as long as you stand in line at eight o'clock, you can stand in line, no, midnight and get it done. And they wanted to do this. They who wants to stand in line in Norwalk at midnight to vote when you've never voted before you were even register, and I'm I'm suspicious to that in these races talking about where the the way the balance were going the Republicans were gonna win. But why all the late ballots turned the whole thing upside down. It doesn't happen that often either. No usually a trend kind of holes in the voting, but we got more coming up at scandal. John and Ken show KFI. Debra.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Was so tired maple bar. Got to the news. We'll come back to this. I'm rich Thomasson, both Democrats and Republicans declaring victory is the dust. Shuttles from the midterm elections flipping Twenty-eight. Democrats take control of the House Republicans increased their majority in the Senate, President Trump's campaign trips to Missouri in Indiana paid off on election night since the end of August, the president held three political rallies in Missouri and three in Indiana. Each time he promoted the campaigns of Republican Senate candidates, Josh Holly and Mike Braun both one on Tuesday. Ousting incumbent Democrats from the US Senate and North Dakota another democrat lost reelection when Heidi Heitkamp fell to Kevin Kramer. Greg Clugston, Kansas City in Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz wins a second term Republican Rick Scott wins a narrow victory over democrat. Incumbent Senator Bill Nelson in Florida that had contests in Arizona and Montana still undecided. Ads for the house. Siwa state university political scientist, David Anderson, says Democrats now have a decision to mayors likely to be a speaker battle between Nancy Pelosi and somebody in the democratic ranks who chooses to challenge her. And I think speaker Pelosi is going to be vulnerable because she hasn't held the gavel in some time, and the Democratic Party has not been faring very well under her leadership in the Georgia governor's race Republican Brian Campeau, hold a slim lead over democrat. Stacey Abrams says victory is near. Make no mistake. The math is on our side to win this election. But Abram says not so.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Joyce ache seven forty twenty till eight o'clock here's chief meteorologist, Dan Bruno van may be enjoyed the weekend that they say we get an extra hour sleep. I woke up an hour earlier. So I get an extra hour during the day. I understand. So that's kind of how it works extra hour if you have young children or pets. That's wake up an hour earlier. Yeah. Exactly. So. Yeah. So now, it's getting lighter a little earlier. It's getting darker. Of course earlier a lot of us. Don't like that part of it. And the weather starts to cool off this time of the year. And it goes up and down as far as the temperature scale will be warm today and tomorrow above normal mid to upper seventies clouds will get out of here in a little bit here across North Texas. They'll come back though, Wednesday and Thursday to be cloudy. It's going to be cool. A front comes through the area to be a pretty strong mid sixties after midnight into Thursday morning. Upper fifties on your way, home from work and then upper forties on Thursday morning, hive only fifty five on Thursday, and it's gonna stay cloudy pretty much late Tuesday evening all the way through Friday late afternoon. And we're going to stay in the fifties through the whole period few showers possible also on Wednesday and Thursday temperatures. Now a little bit about normal Roanoke here at fifty-six, we're holding a fifty eight with clouds here at care. L D. Thank you for being with us this morning. We are live in the Mercedes Benz of plano news center. A very good morning to you seven forty two GOP candidate. And Georgia's tight in often nasty race for governor now accusing the state's Democratic Party of trying to hack into the voter, registration, vile files that follows repeated claims by Democrats that Brian Campeau is also Georgia's secretary of state is trying to block voters who are likely to support his opponent Stacey Abrams breakfast pots like the homerun restaurant here in Atlanta. These diners have been debating this bitter race for weeks. Georgia's Democratic Party, not only denies these latest hacking allegations, but calls them bogus. Desperate is trying to break up his base by misleading voters yet again democratic candidates. Stacey Abrams says these last minute hacking charges only proof or opponents in providence. Democrats did nothing wrong. What is happening is that? He once again is overseeing vulnerable. System and is blaming someone for his mistakes. Republican Brian Kemp overseas elections in.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on KGO 810

"Kusak. Control of the house and Senate is at stake as Republicans and Democrats make their final arguments ahead of Tuesday's elections. President Trump will be wooing voters in the midwest today with stops in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri as he continues to focus more on immigration than a booming economy. What we do see is a president thinking Americans should be afraid of migrants and caravans and gangs in middle easterners as he said in the caravans in preparation for what he's calling the invasion. These a rough rough people in many cases. They're allowed to break through our borders. We have emboldened these people it's not going to happen. Bob Costantini, Washington. The Republican candidate in Georgia's governor's race. Brian Campeau also oversees the state's elections accused Democrats have tried to have voter registration systems. Democratic gubernatorial candidates Stacey Abrams fired back. First of all. It's real investigation. What has happened is that Brian Kemp once again is trying to cover up for his failures in cybersecurity by blaming someone else? The first four times he blamed staff, he blamed vendors. And now, he's blaming Democrats. Israel's defense minister welcomed newly restored US sanctions against Iran, which take hold today, but rains have protested the move the sanctions were lifted in two thousand fifteen as part of a nuclear deal sources say Mr. Trump's call to bring them back is an economic war on Iran over the weekend. Protesters voiced their opposition and say USA. I'm John.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Showers and thunderstorms for the next several days till the heaviest is happening right. Now very humid today the high about eighty but still some more showers and thunderstorms at any time today and then tonight more of. The same the flooding is possible when the heavy rains with a low of seventy five more showers and thunderstorms are possible tomorrow As we head for a high of eighty to eighty five degrees hate to break the news but Friday and Saturday will be pretty much the same with some sun but also a few thunderstorms and still humid the high into the eighty as we, look at the radar continuing to see. These storms really marching in from the south. And moving very slowly to. The east seventy three degrees in Manhattan right now seventy five in Nanuet. This morning seventy one degrees in. Touch and where it's raining WCBS news time seven forty if you saw the video of comedian Sasha baron Cohen pretending to be an Israeli terrorism expert training a Georgia lawmaker, you won't be surprised to hear at that politician will resign. In America is one full within world. It is the in world I am going to be the lowest you have three seconds to attack the tension go The. World is new not this world this is. Disgusting Representative Jason Spencer also exposed his bare bottom. In an exercise that the Canadian said would, turn Muslims gay Representative. Spencer, has apologized and actor saying he will, not resign now the speaker of the. Georgia house says Spencer will step down into the month the clip. Aired Sunday. Night on the Showtime, series who is. America also Georgia Brian Campeau was endorsed. By President Trump has won the runoff to become the Republican nominee for governor Kemp says that his opponent is a, radical these liberal special interest even socialist. Are getting behind Stacey Abrams, and they're willing to spend whatever it. Takes to get her across the finish line he. Credits the White House backing for his, win is opponent Stacey Abrams has, become a national democratic celebrity is, she tries to. Become the first, black female governor in American history seven forty, one w CBS news. Time most sports, are played outside.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Ladies do word use my words christening christian dior cool cat with the rules but you still wanna test the waters like a number so act like that back what's going on tonight doing my word four eight nine two seven zero three remember early voting continues to seven o'clock and then on you had to go to the polls on tuesday and they're saying that on the republican side that casey kagermann brian campeau neck and neck whoever wins will face off with the democratic nominee who is the name stays abrahams and and so that's they're saying is statistical did heat if you will and we'll see lieutenant governor casey cake secretary of state brian kemp neck and neck in georgia republican race for governor less than two weeks ahead of the vote the twenty four next week it's wonderful if i'm a i'm a week early so they got to twenty four to go so they'll be slug fest in it out this is the week to somebody to pull away from each other remember the judges on everybody getting upset about donald trump and his his pick for supreme court well here's the thing in order for a issue a court case to arrive at the supreme court has got to start at superior court i then it has go to through an appellate process very few cases that go straight from supreme court of whatever and so i've got to go through appellate review and a whole bunch of stuff so the longest short of it is we got judges a superior court judge seats that open a need to be voted on and you know so attend to that you may not be a you don't get a chance to vote on the united states senators confirmed upon the president's appointment a selection on the united states senate to get the vote on the supreme court justice but you get to vote on the superior court and you got some of those races that are have been undecided read here in fulton county and in georgia vote on those because there's only one hundred united states senator and you're not wanted and and so says you don't get a chance to vote on that vote on what you can vote on you know what i'm saying four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three four four eight nine two two seven zero three did you see them full big jokers who punched the woman at applebee's them some big job and people know how to catch him the big old women beat the girl up at the applebees down in i'm trying to see what set him off they must ran out of them boneless reupped guys need to get big also is upset it dell gear weezer ma'am we don't run out bonus reeb dip we y'all won't zambales emmy would you go would you want to achieve di wasn't big girl but i mean they put the work on the little girl i mean they beat her in this is the took a minor for what what is that the applebee's in the eight hundred block of industrial boulevard down there and what does it mcdonald down in henry county i mean they it looked like old school wrestling match up do little budget would the sheikin i mean just look awful in the gover ours is searching for four women who allegedly now these are big girl to now you know they ain't gonna betas by their good in jail what i tell them ain't nothing eating you bay to eat when you do oh gee to give them a samo motown authorities urging for the four women who legend attack the applebee's waitress and stabbed to install tips oh look big girls isn't that nobody be played with is telling you leave them looking at the leader stretch your pan lead him alone they don't stab to go into and they didn't even run off because they could they sant it i mean they can wobble back to the car you know they're going to be found and they'd be called quick they didn't even run police respond terrible good they just nasty stip i'm just trying to figure out what what do you think they said to we can get you know most sweet tea you diabetes won't be acted what what do you think would you up i mean it it would like all three of them all for i didn't see the fourth one they had once kansas but the other one the lead they would to fifty plus a bigger and i figured maybe they thought look the boneless reabsorb gono yellen eight to.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Ladies dude use my words kristen in christian dior cool cat with the rules but you still wanna test the jetsam the act like back going on tonight job doing that's my word i'm number four eight nine two two seven zero three remember early voting continues night at seven o'clock and then on you had to go to the polls on tuesday and they're saying that down the republican side that casey kagermann brian campeau neck and neck whoever wins will face off with the democratic nominee who is the name stays abrahams and and so that's what they're saying is statistical did heat if you will and we'll see lieutenant governor casey cake secretary of state brian kemp neck and neck in the georgia republican race for governor less than two weeks ahead of the vote the two thousand four hundred next week the twenty fourth i'm a i'm a week early so they got the twenty four hours go so they'll be slugfest than it out this is the week somebody had to pull away from each other remember that judges on everybody getting upset about donald trump and his his pick i supreme court well here's the thing in order for a issue a court case to arrive at the supreme court has got to start at superior court i the goto through an appellate process few cases that go straight from supreme court of whatever and so i've got to go through appellate review and a whole bunch of stuff so the longest short of it is we got judges a superior court judge seats that open and need to be voted on and you know so attend to that you may not be a you don't get a chance to vote on the united states senators confirm upon the president's appointment us election on the united states senate to get vote on the supreme court justice but you get to vote on the superior court and you got some of those races that are have been undecided right here in fulton county and in georgia vote on os because there's only one hundred united states senator and you're not wanted you know and and so says you don't get a chance to vote on that vote on what you can vote on you know what i'm saying for zero four eight nine two two seven zero three four four eight nine two two seven zero three did you see them full big jokers who punched the woman at applebee's them some big job and people don't know how they're going to be able to catch the big o women beat up at the applebee's down in i'm trying to see what set him off they must ran out in them boneless reupped tips abdrabboh guys need to get the big is upset adele weezer man we don't run out he bolted rip dip we y'all y'all won't zambales i mean would you would you won't up to jacob cady wasn't big girl but i mean they put the work on the little girl i mean they beat her now and this is nester took a minor of what is that the applebee's into the industrial boulevard down there and what does it mcdonnell down in henry county i mean they look like old school wrestling match that will help do little budget now would the sheikh it i mean just look awful you look over ours is searching for four women who allegedly now these are big girl to now you know angle betas by their good in jail when they tell them ain't nothing to eat and you eat when you won't do oh gee to give them a samo motown a thought for the four women who alleged attack the applebee's waitress and stabbed to install tips oh look at the big girls isn't that nobody be played with now is telling you leave them look at lead a stretch of pan lead him alone they stabbed gear and took it and.

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"brian campeau" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"brian campeau" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Our allies abroad saying in effect well if you don't follow suit then we're going to try to penalize you pete combs wsb secretary state mike pompeo arrives north korea to finalize plans for a summit between president trump and kim jong un bobbio told the north korean official us wants to resolve differences between the countries north korea denies the president's claims that sanctions international pressure pushed it to the negotiating table bobbio expected to push for the release of three detained americans in north korea we've got more on that coming up here in about ten minutes now this is new from overnight president trump's influence with republican voters whose evidence that appear primary elections west virginia's senate candidate and convicted felon don blankenship losers after mr trump urge voters not to support him because he didn't think he could win in november is unfortunate because i can tell you that the swamp will not get drained unless we get some people out there that not been there for decades voters had ohio also side with the president's pick for senate there but in north carolina republican congressman robert pittenger becomes the first incumbent to lose his seat this primary season losing to a baptist pastor that district includes a big chunk of charlotte north carolina georgia secretary state brian campeau investigation last year's atlanta mayoral run off wsb political analyst bill crane says it will focus on how absentee ballots were handled mary norwood the loser in that race looked at asking for a recount because it was when would end the one percent margin of their kisha last bottoms beat norwood by eight hundred twenty one votes crane says a discrepancy you mail in ballots only probably won't be enough to change the outcome the attorney for stormy daniels claims or russian sent money to president trump's private lawyer michael cohen attorney michael ebony offered no documents to support the claim but he says he has information showing president donald trump's longtime personal attorney received five hundred thousand dollars from a russian billionaire within months of paying hush money to have declined stormy daniels mike rossier reports have an ati claims the money was wired between january and august of last year and some of it was used for dangles hush payment georgia's senator david purdue wants republicans to work weekends and through the august break to.

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