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"Everywhere. Democratic representative Carolyn Bordeaux says a significant reason for that labor shortage is the sharp drop in immigration since 2016. We are not getting the replenishment from immigration that we've really built our businesses around. Georgia chamber president Chris Clark says immigration reform is among his organization's top legislative priorities. He says he hopes discussions like the ones over lunch Tuesday will help. You know, people from opposite parties on the same stage, it forces them to recognize each other, have a deeper conversation and hopefully he says they take that conversation back to Washington. A meal moth at WAB news in Macon. A nearly three mile stretch of road and Brunswick will now be known as honorary ahmaud Arbery street. Officials unveiled new street signs today in memory of the 25 year old black man who was shot and killed by three white men as he ran through their neighborhood in early 2020. Arbery's hometown put the signs one day after the two men received additional life sentences in Brunswick federal court, their neighbor was sentenced to another 35 years for his role in the killing. The first two signs put up today are at an intersection near the Brunswick African American cultural center and next to a mural of Arbery. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations, other contributors include Procter & Gamble, maker of a line probiotic, a daily supplement to support digestive health, containing a probiotic strain developed by gastroenterologists with 20 years of research. More at a lion probiotics dot com. From NPR news, this is all things considered, I'm also Chang and Culver City, California. And I'm one of summers in Washington. The FBI search of former president Donald Trump's Florida home was unprecedented. And as you might expect it is stirring up a political firestorm. After the search last night, Trump called into a rally for Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor who's now running for Congress. You probably already read about it. Well, I certainly did. And to help us all make sense of the politics of that search and what it can mean, NPR's senior political editor and correspondent domenico montanaro is here. Hey domenico. Hey there wanna. So searching the home of a president or a former president, it's a pretty big deal. Yeah, I mean, it's an extraordinary step by the Justice Department, and there will likely have to be some further explanation of what the FBI was looking for or seized. And we know very little about that. You know, the Trump family says it was about documents for the national archives, but we don't know that for sure, or if there was more that they were looking for, we haven't seen the warrant, and you'd think it's pretty serious that there would be a compelling reason for a judge to authorize this kind of a warrant. But we don't know. And that's not stopping Republicans from jumping to conclusions. They're accusing the Justice Department of playing politics here. And yes, this is unprecedented, but so is Trump. We've never seen a president do what he's done or tried to do with power. Former president Trump is the subject of multiple investigations both at the federal and at the state levels. And yet he is still heavily signaling that he will run again for president in 2024. What could all of this mean for his political future? Well, first, like with most things Trump, it's firing up the basis of both parties. Democrats are glad that Trump in their view is finally getting what he deserves. But Republicans overwhelmingly rallying around Trump at a time when Democrats have had some momentum recently and Republicans think this could motivate their voters for example, their primary primary elections today and in Wisconsin, a Trump backed candidate for governor Tim Michaels was using this to try and get out the vote. Here's what he told reporters. It's scary to wake up this morning and see that the government has raided the house of the former president. If they can do it to the former president, they can do it to anybody. And that is very concerning. What can you do about it today? Today you can go vote and let your voice be heard. Yeah, Trump has built his political brand off of grievance and his

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"State of Georgia open around the COVID pandemic Economic development and then of course other legislative initiatives And be sure to subscribe to our Georgia votes 2022 podcast wherever you get your pods You're listening to WB's week in review with me Alex helmet and as we just heard gun legislation writes regulations have become a key election issue this time around It took a tragedy again to do that And it is yet to be seen if anything will change in Washington D.C. One candidate who has made gun legislation and issue when she first won in 2018 is Lucy mcbath her son Jordan was shot and killed in 2012 Mcmath was in a battle for the 7th congressional seat against incumbent Carolyn Bordeaux Macbeth 6 district was redrawn to a largely Republican one So she opted to run in the 7th facing incumbent essentially against incumbent Here's Lisa reim and Johnson and Brian Robinson they broke down the Macbeth Bordeaux race on our podcast political breakfast And here's a snippet Well as you know I predicted a Macbeth wind because the most liberal candidate in her democratic primary is going to have an edge and you saw liberal groups coming in to pick Lucy over Carolyn Bordeaux And that ended up being millions of millions of dollars and it helped put her over the top I think if there's any surprise it is the sheer magnitude of the wind the big margin considering that gwinnett county is where berdo lived and made bathers from cops as he had a movement you know a good bit over You would have thought that the residual goodwill of her having been basically what was the incumbent congresswoman there would have kept it a little closer than it was Lisa this one was very hard for me and a lot of Democrats in the state I've said this before because of Republican redistricting We were forced to have to make a choice and we being Democrats who voted in district 7 I don't live in district 7 but I know a lot of Democrats were calling me literally leading up to the election Hey I'm torn You know Carolyn Bordeaux she's a fighter She's represented us in this district for a very long time But then I heard a lot of women Lisa saying you know my husband or my friend may be supporting Carolyn But lucid Macbeth's message around gun control gun violence in this country talking about how her son Jordan was literally murdered Primarily because the color of his skin These are her words not my words And then that he was playing music too loud And at a time where we just saw another horrific mass shooting in this country And you've all Texas I think that she really went at the democratic base which are women It was just a snippet of political breakfast The podcast drops every Wednesday As we mentioned the 6th congressional district is now largely a Republican one and the candidates there are headed to a runoff It is another race where former president Donald Trump's pick failed to get the most conservative votes Stephanie stokes told us about it Attorney Jake Evans received Trump's endorsement at the beginning of this month But during the closely watched primary Evans came in second with around a quarter of the votes And next month's runoff he set to face rich McCormick a doctor and veteran who came in at first at more than 40% The democratic side of the ticket meanwhile had a clear winner bob Christian a businessman and also a veteran But Democrats are not expected to win the 6th in the general election The Republican led state legislature redrew the former swing district's lines during redistricting It now favors conservatives Stephanie stokes double ABE news Finally today in a story we'll call election adjacent voting adjacent It's now illegal in Georgia to teach certain divisive concepts in public schools including that the U.S. is systemically racist or individuals are inherently racist Critics say the law is an unfair attempt to omit some of the worst times in U.S. history WB's Martha Dalton visited Atlanta's Frederick Douglass high school where one teacher isn't shying away from conversations about race Students and Corinthia Howard knights American government class are taking a test today They didn't know they were going to and it's not the kind of test they're used to taking It's a literacy test the kind black people used to have to take during Jim Crow before they could vote.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brett served as Shelby's former chief of staff, while Brooks, a leading figure on the January 6th stop the steal rally that preceded the capital attack, initially won, Trump's endorsement. Trump rescinded his backing after watching Brooks struggle in the polls, and former Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, who was the face of an administration that contributed to the nation's stark divide, won the Republican governor's nomination in Arkansas. Back in Georgia, democratic representative Lucy mcbath defeated democratic representative Carolyn Bordeaux and suburban Atlanta after being forced into a rare incumbent on incumbent primary after Republicans redrew the congressional map. Macbeth, whose son was murdered, has become a vocal advocate for gun control, not far away in Georgia's 14th congressional district, leading Trump ally representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, won her primary election, despite a first term notable for her conspiracy theories and controversy. Tuesday marked the first Georgia election under a new voting law adopted by the Republican backed state legislature in response to Trump's grievances. The changes made it harder to vote by mail, which was popular among Democrats in 2020, amid the pandemic, introduced new voter identification requirements that critics warned might disenfranchise black voters and expanded early voting in rural areas that typically vote Republican. The new law also banned handing out food or water within 100 feet of a polling place, a practice common in urban areas, where there are typically long voter lines. Despite concerns about the impact of the law, there were no major or system wide issues reported in Georgia. There were sporadic reports of polling locations opening late, minor equipment, troubles, and some voters finding themselves at the wrong location, and the Atlanta suburb of Woodstock, Republican primary voter David butler said he likes Trump, but chose to support Kemp instead of the Trump backed Purdue. He said, Trump's endorsement had no impact, none. Whatsoever on his decision. I like Trump a lot, but Trump is in the past, butler sad..

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

"The breaking news out of Texas 19 students and two adults are dead after a shooting at an elementary school west of San Antonio Texas those numbers were updated just last hour the governor says the shooter an 18 year old man is dead Three law enforcement officials tell CBS News the shooter is suspected of killing his grandmother before going on the school shooting rampage An anguished and angry President Biden tonight is calling for new gun restrictions telling the nation from The White House we have to act after years of failure to pass new laws stay with us all evening long for frequent updates on this story Another top story we're following for you tonight results of primary elections in Alabama Arkansas Georgia and Texas also a special primary election in Minnesota The race is getting the most attention are those in Georgia for governor and the Senate with many watching closely how GOP candidates endorsed by former president Trump are faring Joining us live to talk more about it on Skype national journal editor in chief Jeff dufour Jeff what are we seeing coming out of Georgia tonight and what might it indicate Well we haven't seen a lot of surprises I think is the overarching theme Brian Kemp the incumbent Republican who ratified Biden's win there back in 2020 and draw Trump's ire One renomination against Trump's handpicked opponent David perdue that gives Trump a rematch with Stacey Abrams I'm sorry get gives Kemp a rematch with Stacey Abrams whom he beat in 2018 And then almost as important really Brad raffensperger the Secretary of State looks like he may avoid a runoff and when his race we don't often talk about secretary state races in Georgia or anywhere else for that matter But this is a guy you may remember that Trump called and asked him to quote unquote find almost 12,000 votes for him just after the election That of course was Trump's margin of defeat in Georgia So I wouldn't go so far as to say that tonight was a defeat for Trump nationwide or even in Georgia but we very very much can say that it was a defeat for Trump's election denialism Well of course that was that state had most eyes on it But what other election results are striking you as particularly significant so far tonight Well there's another sort of establishment versus Trump battle playing out in Alabama Katie Britt is establishment candidate She's the head of the business council the business council of Alabama excuse me And the outgoing senator Richard Shelby's former chief of staff she's got a couple of very conservative very Trump aligned candidates running against her and like Georgia This is one of those states where you have to get to 50% or you face a subsequent runoff election So she looks like she's getting close You need to couple more percentage points to get there Any surprises so far in your eyes Not a whole lot One that I saw is the first because of redistricting we occasionally get these member versus member races and in Georgia we had a member versus member democratic race with Lucy mcbath versus Carolyn Bordeaux and mcbath won handily There is a subplot here given what happened in Texas Mcbath only got into politics about ten years ago when her son was shot and killed in an instance of gun violence So that puts quite a current spin on the day's events Thank you very much Jeff We appreciate it You bet take care All right that is national journal editor in chief Jeff dufour It's 1114 Maryland's gubernatorial primary election will be held on July 19th Only voters who are eligible to vote in the primary may vote by mail or in person Registered Democrats and Republicans in prince George's county were mailed in absentee ballot application complete your application and mail.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

"Campaign 2022 on WTO 5 states are holding primary contests today Alabama Arkansas Georgia Texas and there's a special election in Minnesota And some of the most recent results that we're getting in from those elections new tonight former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has won her primary for Arkansas governor She is of course the Republican candidate This brings her one step closer to returning to the governor's mansion that she grew up in when her father former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee led the state She is endorsed by former president Donald Trump also tonight Trump backed state attorney general Ken Paxton in Texas has won his runoff election against George P Bush Georgia governor Brian Kemp is the projected winner of Georgia's Republican primary He defeated David perdue tonight He was handpicked by former president Trump Democrat Stacey Abrams will face camp on the ballot in November Georgia senator Raphael Warnock the democratic incumbent will face Republican former football pro Herschel Walker walker is endorsed by former president Trump he defeated 5 fellow GOP candidates in the primary U.S. representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has also won her primary race that tested how her conservative Georgia constituents judged her turbulent freshman term We already know one outcome of tonight's elections a democratic member of Congress will be defeated in one of today's primaries Here's WTO peace Mitchell Miller from Capitol Hill One of Georgia's incumbent Democrats will lose because two of them are facing off in a new district outside of Atlanta created by redistricting representatives Lucy mcbath and Carolyn Bordeaux are both vying for the nomination after flipping Republican held seats in recent years In New York a similar matchup is about to take place where longtime democratic lawmakers Jerry Nadler and Carolyn maloney will run against each other in an August primary New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries is a critic of the state's new court approved congressional districts Yes we have a problem with these maps It would make Jim Crow blush On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news 9 37 My husband struggled.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

"Is our producer And our big story watching the closely examined primary elections in 5 states CBS News special report Georgians are voting in primary races for Senate and governor today Brian Kemp the incumbent governor who's been one of former president Trump's targets since 2020 says the soul of the state is on the line You know it matters who your governor is And I think Jordan's in Americans realize that now more than ever Primaries are also happening in Texas and Arkansas with a few familiar faces Your CBS Ed O'Keefe Arkansas former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders This is going to easily win a primary race setting her up likely to win the governor's mansion in November A governor's mansion she once lived in with her father Former governor Mike Huckabee Then down in Texas there's a nasty attorney general runoff race involving George P Bush The nephew and grandson of the former president's bush he's the only bush currently in elected office He loses Which all the end of the Bush political dynasty Voters are also headed to polls for primary races in Alabama and Minnesota CBS News special report I'm Monica ricks And more now on the congressional primaries including a unique political battle between two incumbent Democrats Here's a double DTO piece Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill No matter what happens in today's primary a democratic member of Congress is going to lose in Georgia That's because due to redistricting incumbents Lucy mcbath and Carolyn Bordeaux are campaigning to represent the 7th district seat outside of Atlanta Meanwhile in South Carolina a surprise during Monday night's debate related to the Republican primary involving congresswoman Nancy mace One of her two opponents lends piper Loomis began the debate by endorsing maces other opponents The way that I would earn the votes.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WTOP

"He's been around the capitol for 22 years He's a swamp creature but has nothing to actually run on So he attacked and distorted my record of but that's to be expected from an indicted felon In Arkansas Sarah Sanders is on the verge of winning the Republican nomination for governor It's important to make sure we have strong conservative governors that are stepping up holding the law and pushing back against the bad policy coming out of Washington CBS News special report I'm Monica ricks In one of today's primaries we know of a democratic member of Congress who will be defeated Mitchell Miller explains today on the hill One of George's incumbent Democrats will lose because two of them are facing off in a new district outside of Atlanta created by redistricting representatives Lucy mcbath and Carolyn Bordeaux are both vying for the nomination after flipping Republican held seats in recent years In New York a similar matchup is about to take place where longtime democratic lawmakers Jerry Nadler and Carolyn maloney will run against each other in an August primary New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries is a critic of the state's new court approved congressional districts Yes we have a problem with these maps It would make Jim Crow blush On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news G Ukraine now workers digging through the rubble there have found 200 bodies in the basement of a collapsed apartment building in the port city of mariupol meantime Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky accuses Russia of waging what he calls a total war seeking to inflict as much death and destruction on the country as possible Zelensky says since the start of the invasion the Russian army is launched about 1500 missiles on Ukraine Most of them he says aimed at civilians As the war reaches the 90 day mark Russia's concentrating attacks on the eastern industrial heartland of the Donbass The Justice Department making changes to its use of force policy It's the first time.

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00:46 sec | 4 months ago

2 Democratic primaries among top US House races

"Primaries are being held in 5 states Today including for the seat held by the last anti abortion Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives The democratic primary runoff in Texas is largely Hispanic 28th district Pitts longtime representative Henry cuellar who is anti abortion against Jessica cisneros whose four abortion rights in suburban Atlanta to congressional incumbents representatives Lucy mcbath and Carolyn Bordeaux are running against each other after Republicans redrew the congressional map in the state Stacey Abrams is the presumptive democratic nominee for governor running unopposed in the primary Alabama Arkansas and Minnesota also holds primaries today I'm Julie Walker

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The rest of the world gets vaccinated And then Bloomberg our market vision is 2020 So let's talk about the paying trade I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rates market The inflation debate continues Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Broadcasting 24 hours a day at umber dot com and the Bloomberg business app This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update A democratic abortion bill is hitting a wall in the Senate vice president Harris announced the final vote The yeas are 49 The nays are 51 three fifths of the senators duly chosen and sworn not having voted in the affirmative the motion is not agreed to It failed to hit a 60 vote threshold needed to move forward in a Senate procedural tally a measure aimed to lock in federal protections for abortion rights Democrats put the bill together quickly after the release of a draft Supreme Court opinion signaling and end to abortion rights in the U.S. The national archives is planning to release more documents to the house's committee investigating the January 6th the U.S. capitol riot the latest batch includes 23,000 emails and attachments ex-president Trump wrote a letter to the archives in March saying he wanted to claim executive privilege for some of the documents However the archive said Wednesday that they won't allow Trump to keep any records secret Overdose deaths nationwide are hitting a record high according to provisional data from the CDC 2021 was the deadliest on record when it comes to lives lost from overdoses Nearly a 108,000 people died of drug overdoses last year That's an increase of about 14,000 from 2020 Leaky fuel hoses are causing Hyundai to recall over 215,000 vehicles Lisa Taylor has more The issue affects 2013 and 2014 sonatas which were also previously recalled for the same issue in 2020 Back then dealers only replaced hoses that were cracked they will now replace all hoses even if there isn't any damage Owners will be notified in July if their car has been recalled The Ohio State university is testing a drug aimed at slowing the progression of Alzheimer's disease the clinical trial program is called viva mind OSU researchers say the next generation Alzheimer's drug has the potential to change the course of the disease in its early stages I'm Brian shook A Georgia lawmaker is outraged after a popular streaming service blocks her pro choice ad Liz Kennedy has more Democratic congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux is upset after learning Hulu rejected her campaign ad called leading the fight because she says it highlights her staunch pro choice position Carolyn Bordeaux is.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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Mark Levin

01:39 min | 11 months ago

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"I think a lot of the surface transportation funds you should just start seeing more projects happening more roads being repaved and fixed and widened More emphasis on transit electric buses more electric vehicle charging stations all of that should be moving out I would think within the next year Tomorrow you have an event planned in sugar hill related to actually additional legislation that you are putting forth Why sugar hill Why is that the backdrop The legislation that I'm working on will supercharge the bipartisan infrastructure Bill because what it does is allow local governments to use leftover American rescue plan funds to help draw down the federal money to do more transportation projects and more economic development type projects So we're going to sugarhill because they have some really innovative ideas that they're very excited about They've redeveloped the downtown but they have some transportation needs They really want to link the communities all around their downtown so that people can walk into the downtown and are not dependent on their cars so that they can build some great bike trails and look forward to talking with them about that Bill How much leftover money do you anticipate for your district there might be I don't know about the district but I know that in Georgia there's about $2.5 billion that still remains to be spent of those American rescue plan funds And that's money that could be used much more flexibly under my bill to invest in all sorts of infrastructure and economic development related projects That's one hurdle down but I understand another big vote is about to come up talk about what's next Well we have the build back that are act that is still on the horizon It has been largely negotiated between the House and the Senate So it's almost in its final form in the house We are waiting to get the congressional budget office score to make sure that that Bill is paid for and make adjustments if it is not So we are waiting for that score and then we'll hopefully be taking up that Bill the week of November 15th So really looking forward to that There are a number of very important priorities in there for Georgia including Medicaid expansion Representative Carolyn Bordeaux thank you so much for talking to us this afternoon and we appreciate it Great to be here Taking a look now at traffic around the metro and we will start in vinings where there is a wreck in the center lane on 75 northbound after mount Peron road with stop and go traffic from west paces ferry In Fulton county the left lane is blocked on two 85 northbound at camp creek in Fulton county as well on the downtown connector southbound at north avenue police report the center lane is blocked due to a wreck That's causing some significant delays This Monday afternoon in Sandy Springs the shoulder blocked on the perimeter east bound near Roswell road and finally back to Fulton county where 75 southbound at CW grant Parkway Police reports the right lane blocked to due to a collision This report is sponsored by unbound dot org There are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their education or drop out to put food on the table You can help change.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"It's all things considered on 90.1 W ABE Atlanta I'm Emile Moffat It's four 35 As the Georgia economy and the U.S. economy looked to bounce back from the effects of the pandemic a big problem is standing in the way Supplies from microchips used in new cars to the materials used to build houses and much much more Is there anything Congress can do to help relieve some of the pressure 7th district U.S. congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux joins us now to discuss it Congresswoman Bordeaux thanks for joining us Good to be here What are you hearing from your constituents and from businesses in your districts about how these supply chain issues are affecting them Well I'm hearing about it on many fronts We have a number of small manufacturers in the 7th district and have talked to them about how kind of unexpected glitches in the supply chain has created tangle ups all the way down the line I've got a manufacturer met cam that makes parts for HVAC systems for carrier They were missing titanium dioxide for their paint that would go on these parts and that ended up creating all sorts of problems all down that supply chain So that's been one big issue Also we're seeing places like Home Depot They've got empty spaces on their shelves because at the end of that supply chain there are issues getting the products into the country And you've introduced legislation called the supply chain act to try and address some of these issues going forward How would this how would this work So what we found is the supply chain issues they're an issue right now as we deal with a lot of glitches during COVID But they were a big issue really for the past year And we saw it around PPE and medications and all sorts of medical supplies that we needed And so what this is is an effort to we're going to get our department of treasury to really map these supply chains work with industry to get that laid out and then to formulate strategies to make sure that we are filling the gaps and that we can be very resilient and adaptive as we see these kind of international disruptions And how responsive do you think private companies that run these businesses that run logistics that run a lot of the ports would be to this level of government involvement They are very very interested And this is part of an overall Bill which is the U.S. innovation and competition act It's called endless frontiers passed out of the Senate by broad bipartisan majorities And I think what's important it's not just an economic issue It's also a national security issue And it's part about part of reducing our dependence on China as well And there are many factors contributing to these supply chain issues that we're seeing right now From your perspective which can be tackled first Well right off the bat we need to unstick things that are ports We need to get products moving around the countries more effectively I think we are looking at some short term issues such as trying to increase our supply truck drivers They're all sorts of places really where you find these little hang ups or glitches or things like that that have occurred that we need to unstick So there's that kind of immediate term effort that is going on right now There is also that this longer term effort that is part of my legislation that that fits into that overall picture of trying to really make sure that our supply chain is resilient as we go forward in 21st century In the country has been losing manufacturing jobs for years and years and now we're seeing some of the companies who do still manufacture their products exclusively in the U.S. kind of have an advantage Could this be an opportunity to see more manufacturing jobs either come back or stay in the U.S. Well I certainly hope so And I think that is one of the overarching goals of this legislation We want to bring good jobs back to this country help develop new really strong good jobs in this country And that is definitely a part of the conversation Is this an issue that you're seeing some bipartisan support going across the aisle These bills have broad bipartisan support My legislation which creates an office to map our supply chains has bipartisan support I have a Republican co sponsor on it And generally speaking this legislation and this set of concerns is something that we are all worried about for our country and we.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

"Welcome to gwinnett. Daily post podcast. Today is tuesday august seventeenth and happy seventieth birthday to actor robert deniro. I'm dan radcliffe and here. Today's top stories presented by monster jam. More than fourteen hundred. Kobe related reports have shown up in gwinnett schools. Qualifying for twenty twenty one municipal elections began yesterday home first. Gwinnett officially opened the resting spot homeless shelter a job. Fair hosted by us representative carolyn bordeaux attracts about three hundred employment seekers and finally the obamacare enrollment deadline for twenty twenty. One coverage is sunday monster. Jam fires up the engine. The legendary grave digger mega don and more compete an intense competitions up speed and skill this year's championship lineup includes world record holders who pushed their trucks to limit experience. Fold ronald family fund monster jam coming to gas south arena formerly infinite energy arena september tenth or twelfth brought to you by beak eighty tires direct auto insurance. Get your tickets. Today there are fourteen hundred fifty five gwinnett county public school students in staff in the district schools who have covert nineteen or have been in close contact with someone who has it there. Four hundred eighty five active confirmed cases. Another one hundred forty probable cases of cove in nineteen that have been reported to gwinnett county public schools but the vast majority eight hundred thirty to be exact of the active cases in that report are cases that actually considered close contacts not probable or confirmed cases at the time. Gps had at least three hundred thirty one new cove in nineteen related reports mostly close contacts and not confirmed cases among students on thursday alone. Gps officials cautioned the new cases. Figures only includes those cases that school submitted reports about at the end of the day on thursday and therefore may not include all new cases. They show a total of three hundred forty nine new reports on thursday. In addition to the three hundred thirty one new reports involving students there were eighteen reports involving staff members. Another twenty five people are listed as probable cases there have also been eighteen confirmed cases of cova nineteen and six close contacts in district level positions mostly in gps facilities and operations division. Many of the largest numbers of confirmed. Active cases are in high schools. Visit daily post dot com for the list of kobe reports in gwinnett schools. You have to let me vote. This is a swing state votes worth more than a million californians presidents of gwinnett county. Cities will learn this week. Who will be vying to lead their respective municipalities in this fall's elections qualifying for the municipal elections. Begins monday in georgia. But how long it will last depends on the city. Officially the qualifying window available to the city's last through friday but the municipalities have discretion to go with a shorter qualifying period that ends for example on wednesday busy gwinnett daily post dot com the full schedule of municipal elections in your area. I am suburban. Poverty is a real thing in gwinnett county you know traditionally we see poverty exist and a lot of metropolitan cities and not so much in the suburbs but way communities when when people started to to move out to the summer then we started to see the needs change drastically in the county and so it looks very different but we didn't have the resources always to address those needs and home first gwynedd recently opened a new homeless shelter. Here's community reporter. Jp edwards with the story. Friday was both a milestone and a beginning for home first. Gwinnett officials officials from that organization. Whose goal is to fight homelessness in the county as well as officials from the united way of greater atlanta primerica and the gwinnett county government gathered to cut the ribbon to officially open the resting spot homeless shelter in norcross over picking ordination deflate to ending homelessness gwinnett county in order to meet that all it takes a team approach and we'll be out in the audience this morning and see a very strong team and never we're helping to get things done for neighbors experiencing homelessness when i wanted the home bracelet team last year. I was giving shelter to the famous even with barriers. Global pandemic remain focused on that old. Because the need for the service didn't appeal if anything it was highlighted even more this has been very very before figuring long time in the making. I am still able to say today. we're at baseline. We have a very by a team in place. You're all set to welcome. Finally we have an opening day to day on anything. The resting spot is the per shelter. That home first gwinnett will operate in the county. Although it's officials are looking to end more in the future the shelter will provide homeless residents a place to stay for up to ninety days and it's attached to home. I go nuts. Norcross assessment center. The center is designed to help homeless residents get access to healthcare as well as resources and employment to help them get back on their feet so they can move into stable housing of their own. Although there have been groups in the gwinnett county community before whose mission included working with people facing housing and food insecurities the goal for home. First gwinnett was to come up with strategies to address homelessness while also bringing the various groups. That were already working on the issue. Together to coordinate efforts daily post reporter. Curt yeoman's caught up with a gwinnett board of commissioners chairwoman. Nicole love hendrickson. We're moving forward. We're moving in a positive direction to end homelessness to end food insecurity to address all of these systemic issues that residents in gwinnett had been facing. I'm in with the diversity of challenges. We have to work collectively to solve jerry complex issues together talk about housing and anything those people who are very poor but obviously first stories of people have fees and and that's what i mean by suburban poverty. I mean you you can own a home and have left foot in the door and one foot out into homelessness you know and all it takes a health crisis or medical emergency or jobless or the loss of income or some type of life tragic event that could move you into a state of crisis and that and no one is immune to that no matter what your education level is no matter what. Your income status is no matter how wealthy family came from. No one is immune to life circumstances and we know that life happens and it can happen to anybody and so net. We've seen and i've seen in my experience people typically. You wouldn't think that are coming to meet in need of services that look like a typical person who is has experienced poverty all their life. It is the middle class. It is the working.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

"Dan miller's ultimate bucket list item. We'll take him from washington state to main with many many points in between sixty three year. Old miller has been cycling for the past three decades and decided the time had come to test his pedal metal. The virginia tech graduate spent twenty eight years in the engineering field and then taught for twelve years at brookwood high school before retiring at the end of the twentieth. Nineteen twenty twenty school year. He's also using the long distance ride to raise funds for duluth based rainbow village. The original plan was to make this trip last summer but cove and his youngest daughter kindles wedding changed that itinerary utilizing a tried and tested transcontinental route devised by the montana based adventure cycling association he will attempt to traverse the four thousand miles in about two months book ended on the front end by the cascade range in rocky mountains and on the back end by the adirondack green and white mountains the triple take miller through about a dozen states and might even include a foray into canada. The right will also produce benefits for folks back. Home as miller is raising money for rainbow village which for three decades has served homeless families in the metro atlanta area. He said his goal is to raise thirty thousand dollars for the organization. That means something. Don't any of your disgrace it. I won't say permission to talk. What's your badge number three right three. What the sheriff's office is looking for new deputies here with that story is community reporter. Jp edwards the gwinnett county sheriff's office is going virtual with recruitment effort designed to hire more deputies to work for the county. The office is gearing up to hold. Its third virtual career expo from eleven. Am to three pm on august. Twenty eighth with a life feed on facebook and instagram. The sheriff's office is touting benefits of being a deputy in gwinnett county including medical retirement benefits. Tuition reimbursement paid training a wellness incentive program and employee assistance program twelve paid holidays during the year. Thirteen paid vacation days. Thirteen paid sick leave days employees meals and uniforms and equipment that are provided by the sheriff's office. The minimum qualifications to become deputy include holding a high school diploma or ged having a valid georgia driver's license. Being at least twenty at the time of application. Be a us citizen for certification. Be able to work any shift weekends and holidays and be able to use a computer for data entry in jail management software and report writing. Deputy candidates are also required to get state certification from jailer. School within six months of their date of hire. The sheriff's office said law enforcement military or security experience is highly preferred for more on the story. Physical net daily post dot com. I'm jp edward for the gwinnett. Daily post podcast. Why by kia mall of georgia. We provide award winning. Customer satisfaction have been a family owned business for over twenty years. Buying or leasing with us as fast and easy and you can get pre-approved online enforce simple steps we offer top dollar on trade ins and have new vehicle specials that are updated every month and are factory trained technicians make servicing your vehicle convenient with extended service hours. 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Dc representative bordeaux recently introduced the medicaid saves lives act to create a medicaid lookalike program that the federal government would administer so americans in states like georgia that have not expanded medicaid access could get health coverage a letter to president biden and secretary. Sarah points out the twelve states which had not previously expanded medicaid under the affordable care act and were offered financial incentives in the americans jobs plan to expand. It did not do so two point. Two million americans who are in a health insurance coverage gap and four point. Four million low income americans are affected as a result research into the issue estimates. That five hundred thousand people in georgia would benefit from full medicaid. Expansion governor brian. Campus put forward a proposal. That would do a much smaller expansion of medicaid in georgia that is estimated to likely effect about fifty thousand people when it county leaders gathered this past week to remember the life of the county's first hispanic korean judge the ceremony honoring recorder's court. Judge ramon alvarado was held thursday with county commissioners and state and local judges participating. Judge laredo died last year from complications. That arose from treatment that he was receiving for acute myeloid leukemia. Judge alberto was sworn in as a judge in january twenty nineteen and prior to becoming a judge. He spent years working as a criminal defense attorney and established his own private practice. Where more than a half of his case load involved indigent clients in two thousand eight. The ceremony was held his former classmates of alboreto. Who attended law school at the university of wisconsin. Madison are coming together to raise money to create a scholarship for students in the university of wisconsin legal education opportunities program which works with students of color and students from disadvantaged groups. Judge alvarado was himself a part of that program when he was a student. Save money when you finance your next vehicle at georgia united credit union with our low rates. We can help you keep more money in your wallet. Qualify borrowers can enjoy rates as low as one point nine nine percent. Apr we haven't easy online application quick approval times and flexible payment terms for qualified barbers. Visit gee you see you dot org slash low rates. Although programs rates terms and conditions may vary and are subject to change without notice. Call eight eight eight four nine three four three to eight for details. The real jurassic west drive is coming featured in the wall street journal and seen by over two and a half million guests. 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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Hour news cetera. Holly Springs police officers killed in a traffic stop in Cherokee County. Gunfire erupts after the traffic stop on Hickory Road, killing the officer and a male suspect. It's the 42nd officer involved shooting. The GBI is investigated in Georgia this year. They're working to determine what happened. Holly Springs Police spokeswoman says the investigation is still very active. The name of the officer and the suspect who died have not yet been released. WSB is Bill catchy, Oh reports it's the fourth officer killed in the line of duty in Georgia so far this year. The suspect accused of killing a cashier into cab county in a mask dispute may appear before a magistrate today. Victor Tucker faces murder and aggravated assault charges. Both Tucker and an off duty sheriff's deputy are wounded in a shootout. It's one of the biggest comebacks ever. The Hawks a race of 26 point lead by the Sixers and then beat Philly 10916 to move within one win of the Eastern Conference finals. Trade, Young tells TNT He just loves the teams fight never stopped believing until the final buzzer goes off Young scores 39, including three clutch free throws to put Atlanta ahead in the final minute, game. Six Friday nights Guitar Rock State Farm Arena. The number of Americans applying for first time unemployment benefits rises in the past week for the first time since April. 412,000 Americans seek aid Georgia's congressional Democrats are asking for a federal investigation of the state unemployment system. Citing egregious breakdowns, Congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux tells ws BS word on the street and unacceptable number of unemployed Georgians are stuck in limbo. This is not just an administrative snafu. This is a really serious problem for people. State Labor commissioner Mark Butler defends his office and resents Bordeaux throwing Under the bus. President Biden today signs the bill to establish Juneteenth is a federal holiday. I think it's so moving for me is because it's about freedom and emotional Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee after the House passes the Bill George's Andrew Clyde is one of 14. House Republicans to vote No. June 19th marks the day in 18 65 that slaves in Texas. Learned they were free. It may take a road trip for you to buy a new car, with many dealerships having limited supplies of new vehicles Because of the ongoing computer chip shortage and a rebounding economy, More and more Americans are going to out of state new car lots. Some 10% of people have done that, according to a survey by cars dot com reporter Jim Crystal, a says it's also lead to higher used car prices, which may help explain why Americans are holding onto their vehicles longer than ever. Apple's going to allow Android users to face time. It works is going to be pretty simple. A person who is using an iPhone or an iPad turn, Mac will be able to create a link that they send to their friend and when clicked on allows their device to join into the video chat. CNN's EE insurer says it's part of Apple's operating system Update. Apple tends to be proprietary, but maybe trying to make inroads into zooms business. WSB news time 9 33 Now at eight a.m. Every weekday morning on 95.5 wsb the eight a.m. nonstop news feed 15 minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic Unique to plan your day eight AM non. Stop.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The gentlemen from Ohio wishes to reserve the gentlemen from her wishes to reserve. One of them was representative Dan Newhouse. The gentleman from Ohio has 3 60 was. Let's emphasize the Republicans saying that he's going to vote from the gentleman from New York Has 36 3 Quarter minutes remain wary The gentlemen from all how pushes to believe that's the first Republican who said that allowed me to speak right now? Your 32nd session today, gentlemen for Massachusetts, Mr. The gentleman from Massachusetts is recognized for 30 seconds. Madam Chair, a mob desecrated our capital, killed the police officer and attempted to overthrow our government on the orders of the president of the United States. Immediate impeachment is our duty under a constitution that compels us to defend against enemies, Foreign and domestic. As a Marine officer. I defended our democracy from foreign enemies. As a member of Congress. I am solemnly resolved to different broken mush of with this kind of Massachusetts ranking blow for moral leadership Now yield back Neal's back. The gentleman from New York wishes to reserved. The gentleman from Ohio is recognized. Madam Speaker. I yield. Two minutes to the gentleman from Ohio. Mr. Johnson from Ohio was recognized for two minutes on Speaker America is at a crossroads. This violent riots in the capital last week so painfully and shockingly reminded us the unhinged partisan rhetoric that too often consumes the political dialogue in this country. Has become toxic and it's tearing us apart. If we continue down this path, there's no telling how much damage or union there. Maybe Sam Lee. That's what Republicans Steve Chabot of Ohio. Rushing through yet a second impeachment of President Trump, who has but seven days remaining in office. As prominent constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley has cautioned today a dangerous precedent is being set that could lead to the normalization of snap impeachments without any hearings or any meaningful discussion or debate. Majority is ramming through this house, the most potent tool at our disposal without a single hearing, turning a process that usually takes months. You know, a few short hours. We haven't heard a testimony from a single witness. We haven't heard from any experts on the nature of these charges, nor the damage this effort could inflict on our republic wouldn't even know how this debate would unfold until nine o'clock this morning. This is truly an unprecedented situation and one which could cause irrevocable harm to our nation. Amount of speaker. It doesn't have to be this way. We don't have to continue down this misguided path. We could instead follow the wisdom provided by none other than Abraham Lincoln during another divisive time in our nation's history and listen to the better angels of our nature, we could choose a more positive, constructive path and vote down this ill conceived effort. We should tone down the political rhetoric. We should work together to solve the problems that face our nation. We should put aside our differences and find common ground and we should bring Americans back together because there's no crisis we can't overcome. If we stand united You're back. Gentleman from Ohio. Yields back the gentleman from Ohio wishes to reserve. The gentleman from New York is recognized right now. Yield. One minute is thing was gentle Lady from Washington, Mr Butler. The gentlewoman from Washington is recognized for one minute. My fellow Americans. I rise today to stand against our enemy and to clarify our enemy isn't the president or the president Elect. Fear is our enemy. Fear tells us what we want to hear it incites anger and violence and fire. It also hunts us into silence and inaction. What are you afraid of? This is Jamie Herrera butter from Washington State. Think I'm afraid of being devalued? I'm not afraid of losing my job, but I am afraid that my country will fail. I'm afraid patriots of this country have died in vain. I'm afraid my Children won't grow up in a free country. I'm afraid in justice will prevail. But truth, truth sets us free from fear. Truth doesn't guarantee bad things won't happen. But it does promise to always prevail. In the end. It has no shadows where darkness can hide which truth comes 11. We could use that right now. My vote to impeach are sitting president is not a fear based decision. I am not choosing a side and choosing truth. It's the only way to defeat fear. John WOMAN EOS Fact the gentleman from New York wishes to reserve his time. The gentlemen from most Republicans, Jamie Hero Butler, from Republican from Washington State to speak with you one minute to the gentle lady from Texas and I'm the gentlewoman from Texas is yielded one minute. Thank you very much. Today. I should be in my district working for my constituents. Instead, I'm back here in Washington because the majority could not resist another made for TV impeachment. American workers are losing their jobs and struggling to feed their families. Small businesses are being forced to lay off workers and close their doors. Family's heir. Tragically losing loved ones to the coronavirus instead of creating or even saving American jobs are negotiating additional covert belief. We're debating an impeachment that's been presented by no inquiry. No meaningful, the binary hearing. Best friend. I'm from Texas, another Republican. They're not strictly alternating, in part because some members had difficulty getting to the floor focus on their needs and deliver real solutions. Because the majority decided we should debate whether or not to remove a sitting president in just two hours. I'll be brief. I pose this article of impeachment and I yelled back already Yields back. The gentleman from Ohio wishes to reserve. The gentleman from New York is recognized. Then the speaker and now yield 30 seconds to the distinguished Gentle Lady from Georgia. Miss Prado, the channel woman from church is recognized for 30 seconds. Madam Speaker. I teaches civics class where I point out that our democracy is not self executing. Requires people of good faith and ethics to make it work. The president has repeatedly challenged George's election results. But despite three recounts and many investigations, the results are clear. Joe Biden won Georgia The idea that our election was fraudulent is a lie. Our president, representative Carolyn Bordeaux of Georgia to attack the capital. I ask my colleagues to act with ethics and good faith to reject these lies. And in this case to support the article of impeachment, I yield back Gentlewoman's time is experience. The gentleman from New York wishes to reserve the gentleman from our fire with Speaker But one minute to the gentleman from Florida. Mr. Posey, the gentleman from Florida has one minute. In our campaigns. We may be adversaries, but usually after the campaign season's over, we have traditionally come together for the good of our nation, representative Bill Posey of Florida never in our lifetimes. We're divided nation. One of the reasons there was this movement, which is harassed, harangued and otherwise denigrated the president since the second he became the nominee. While his sins may be different than yours or mine, they're clearly not treasonous. Let our men and women in blue, who suffered a lot more stress than the members of Congress, they protected. Have the time they deserve to recuperate and do the same for millions of Americans who feel they've been disenfranchised. I beseech my colleagues on both sides of the aisle. If you truly want our nation and he'll vote no In this resolution, it reeks of nothing more than revenge and sets a dangerous precedent. May God continue to bless the United States of America. The gentleman yields back the gentleman from are her wishes to reserve. The gentleman from New York is recognized, Madam speaker, and now you're 30 seconds. The distinguished gentleman from Maryland. Mr. Brown, the gentleman from Maryland Very quickly. Now we're hearing from Anthony Brown, a Democrat from Maryland lived through one of our darkest days. Commander in chief inside of the mob of Insurrectionist overturn the results of a free and fair election through terror and intimidation. They failed, But this violence took its toll. People died. Our country's Temple of Democracy was vandalizing. Our image is the world's leading democracy was shaken. President Trump represents a real threat to our national security, Democratic institutions and the people of this country. We cannot let Donald Trump who actively orchestrated sedition, lead our nation's government for another seven days. We cannot wait until January. 20th Donald Trump must be removed. Thank you, and I yield back to bed. John McNeil's fact the gentlemen from your continues to reserve the German from Ohio is recognized. Thank you, Madam Speaker. We have one minute to the gentleman from Texas. The gentleman from Texas is recognized for one minute. Thank you, Madam Speaker and I also want to thank my Democratic colleagues for finally joining Republicans and condemning mob violence after six months of refusing to acknowledge it. I'm really tired of sanctimonious sermons on being a sore loser from some of the same Democrats who opposed accepting results in elections past Democrats have objected to certifying every Republican victory of the 21st century in 4004 and in 2016. Democrats objected every time when they objected. It was patriotic. But when Republicans do it were inciting a mob. We're liars, and we're traders. This is the double standard we should expect under total Democrat control. They've called for unrest in the streets. They've called for harassing Cabinet officials. They've objected to certifying election results Time and time again..

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Welcome to Atlanta's morning news. WSB stop story base before President Trump leaves office. The house is on the verge of impeaching him for a second time. Company. Westie spiel crack. She was reporting live members of the Georgia delegation who split down party lines for the vote expected later today. Yes, got all six Georgia Democrats support impeaching to remove the Frank That the president poses to our country right now. Seven District Congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux talking to WSB s word on the street on the eve of the impeachment vote, says the president incited a mob he knew was armed. Bordeaux says President Trump also deserves to be a peach for his phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger recording of the president trying to pressure the secretary of state of Georgia. To change the results of the election. Georgia Republican Congressman Buddy Carter says impeaching will only cause more division, he says Democrats have been trying to impeach President Trump ever since he was elected. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says many Republicans are staying silent on whether or not they continue to support the president along strong bench of support in the House. President Trump would become the first president to be impeached twice. It's unlikely there will be a Senate trial in time to have him removed from office reporting live Bill Koto 95.5 WSB. Jill today. House debating impeachment scheduled to begin at 9 A.m. on the first boat Coming to 10 A.m. final vote scheduled for this afternoon, Eric Erickson will cover still the common Atlanta's Morning news, the vice president's response to invoking the 25th amendment. Pepper.

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"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"carolyn bordeaux" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But then it be broader than the sex that we look at the entire process leading up to this that is involved a consistent effort, promoting misinformation and disinformation promoting the alternative version of reality that somehow this was a stolen election. The insight Into come to Washington, the incitement to violence. This is part of a larger, deeper set of issues, and I wouldn't treat the sixth as a simple standalone matter, But I would treated as part of an ongoing process and, of course, the person whose lead that is the is the commander in chief himself. The president. I wonder how you reflect on The video that was taken down by Twister in the immediate aftermath of the six in which he said he had called the National Guard. The first thing he said, was untrue. Well, that's been characteristic of Donald Trump's behavior. Over the years. You've been going back in before he was president. The truth is really a stranger when he speaks, and he creates and fosters an alternative reality. And the scary thing is, there are significant number of people who ultimately wind up being unable to distinguish between the falsehoods and the truth. As someone who has served under a Republican president. What do you now make off the plans to impeach this president for a second historic time? While I understand the symbolic value of doing that? I do think that the likelihood of his being removed before January 20th is very slim, given the amount of time that's left. And then they have to make a decision about whether devoting a lot of time to this, as opposed to helping the new president and his Cabinet in place at deal with some of the burning issues that we face, whether that's a useful expended church time. Even if you put the timing issue to one side, do you think it's important that the president should be prevented from standing for office ever again? I don't think you should ever be standing for office again. But again, it's not as urgent as making sure we get Through the inauguration in the next eight days. Do you think in the next eight days, President Trump continues to be a threat to the U. S government to the way in which the government is running. I do think that the law abiding people in the agencies are not going to obey illegal orders. We will have. Ah, think of Commander in chief has retreated into himself and is living in his own head. But I do think there are a lot of competent officials who are actually in charge of operating the government. That will be faithful to their oath to the Constitution. I wonder, just finally. How you reflect on the events of the last few days, the political convulsions as well as what happened on the six says as somebody who has been Uh, somebody who served under Republican government. How do you reflect on on what's taken place? I think it order make sure reflect that, even for a country that has been committed to the Constitution, democracy for decades, and many years there is a fragility and we need to be vigilant. And everybody has a role to play in making sure that we approach the truth that we don't shit we treat lies as an alternative version of reality, and I think it has to be Himself searching. Was former secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, who served under Republican President George W. Bush. Now a week is a long time and politics a week ago, would have seemed outside the realms of possibility that President Trump would face a second historic impeachment just eight days before he leaves the White House. But what happened on July the sixth Is propelling the Democrats to do just that that speak to Democratic congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux. She is the U. S representative for Georgia's seventh Congressional District and the only member of Congress to flip the district from Red to blue. Congratulations on doing that to you. First of all, Welcome to the program. Let's let's start by just getting you to react to what you've just heard a former security official from of Homeland Security under George W. Bush, saying that he doesn't think that the president should stand for office again that that must strike you as a pretty remarkable It is and just shows the level of abuse This'll president has perpetuated on the democracy. I absolutely agree with that, and we need to find a way to make sure that we protect the country and hold him accountable for what's happened. Let's talk about the impeachment process because it's quite likely that what's happening today in the House is not going to result in the vice president, saying that the 25th amendment should be invoked. And then the impeachment proceedings will kick in. You have been firmly behind this. Just explain to us what you're thinking has been Sure. So I'm coming from Georgia. Ah, place where the president has been trying to pressure our secretary of state who is a Republican who actually voted for the president, but he's been trying to pressure him. To change the results of the election. And, of course, Georgia voted for President elect Biden. That was clearly an illegal action. It failed, and when it failed, then he turned around and incited a violent mom to attack the capital to try to stop the certification of the election. Wilder capital was overrun by this violent mob. The president refused to deploy the National Guard to defend the capital. Um, you know, this is insurrection. It is an attempted coup day, Tom, and we have to have a swift response and impeachment. If the vice president won't respond, then we are compelled to support impeachment. It is your phone belief that he incited the crowd. Is there something specific that he said that you feel that will be the single thing that we point will be pointed to In these articles. You can go through the transcript of his speech, and there are many instances where he says things like he hopes that vice president Pence will do the right thing. But if not, you know, we know what to do that we have to be strong. When we go to the capital. We can't be weak. Now on the other thing, everybody needs to realize that he's saying these kind of whipping up whipping up the crowd of words. With the crowd that everybody knows, has been discussing violent insurrection on social media. So he is doing that knowing full well what their internal discussions have been on DeSoto. It is You know, it's just a phenomenal thing. And just one last thing, you know that that you don't you don't have to hurry with this because we are going to come back to you, Caroline Bordeaux. Just so we're just gonna return to a summary off the latest World news and we will be back with Congresswoman Carolyn Border. This is new South..

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