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Charlie Kirk Discusses 50 Shades of Communism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Charlie Kirk Discusses 50 Shades of Communism

"We are back with the founder the president of turning point. Usa just back from his student action summit. I asked him a question before we began on discussion. And he said that's an interesting one. I'm gonna to in front of three million people. Charlie cook who are we finding. We've talked about the establishment. Gop that seems to be a war. When it comes to the left the the bind administration kamala bernie blm other communist. Are they socialists. What are they i mean. Communist is a fine term. There's always been two different types of communists though and they've always hated each other. Which are the nationalist communist. And the internationalist communists trotskyites versus the lennon's of the stalin. And i think you're starting to. You're going to see that collision. But i don't think it's as ideological as it used to be. I think that they're deconstructionist's in nature that they wanna see this entire republic fall apart and kind of truth. Be this of course. Yeah i mean once you remove absolute truth in the land of the absurd. They rain exactly what's happening. They don't want to have anything. That's objectively true or right or real and they only believe there's power dynamics as the way to try to adjudicate differences or to try to organize society so i think you have kind of this coalition. Some are more legitimate communist marxism or corporatists. That just want power and relevancy. I would put kind of chuck schumer more in that direction. i think he's just more of a just brass knuckle politician that wants to be in control and power and considering how old is just really kind of sinister and dark to think about that. Then you've got to have the nihilists that just wanna burn everything and really. Yeah the antifa types and then you have the true legit revolutionaries that think they're going to usher in some sort of utopia the alexander kazu cortez's. They're the ones who really got to watch out for the ones that think they're on the right side of history there arguably the most

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Charlie Kirk Tells Us About His Turning Point USA Student Action Summit

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Charlie Kirk Tells Us About His Turning Point USA Student Action Summit

"He's charlie cook the founder. The president the ceo of one of the important most important institutions in america turning point usa. Welcome to the swab giant. Dr gorka thanks for. Let me your studio earlier. We had a lot of fun anytime anytime that was his opening of the student. Actions summit that we held recently in a very hot place do somewhat cooler next very hard. You had a suit and tie on ice shocked. Everybody i gave my speech with no time. No we we changed outfits i swapped. We did we did. We did a little roll reverse right there but it was an amazing event. Tell list is across the nation. What is the student action summit. How big was it. And what was the message. It was four thousand plus young students. You were terrific by the way and that was just boy. It's like two weeks ago. I know from students from all fifty states really gearing up for this next semester of activism and it was an incredible response we had governor onto santa's there ted cruz. Was there mike. Pompeo is there. Donald trump junior and really kind of gives you hope when you see four thousand students in a room ready to take their country back and that's one of many conferences we've done over the summer. We have our young women's leadership that we did our chapter leadership summit. We've a whole campus to glang all yet black leadership summit coming up this fall just at our young latino leadership summit. So we're not we're not sitting still. We have our staff training right now in phoenix arizona for well over one hundred thirty fulltime people. We have on staff so got a country to save but slow down. You're married mallika marriages. How god wants you to live to reach the highest levels of potential and flourishing. So we're finally in a place where we can really really hit our inflection point.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots

The Midnight Patriots

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots

"That's it's truly show. My i watched there was a show. Oh god i did it. It was like buzzfeed or something that a half hour show these two guys that went back and checked out the conspiracy theories. I never heard of this one umbrella. Man you hear about the umbrella have heard about. That is the guy that had the umbrella. On the yeah. He opened it and then closed to signal the to shoot the give the green light or something yes as kennedy was some weird sort of thing that had to do with them neville chamberlain in world war. One and yeah. This is what they said. But i believe you. I just didn't hear that. Arctic so at kennedy drove by it was some sort of a protest from from england. Which is this stuff but it was. The guy drove by as kennedy drove by. He lifted up his umbrella and then he put it down and some people think that he had some james bond gun umbrella. Gone and pull the pull of l. umbrella. Offer it if fired. The bullet that killed kennedy accepted for early from grassy knoll. So when you message objectives for i know. So here's what's even crazier i. I only saw about the the umbrella guy a year or so ago. And then when all the riots were going on in minneapolis a member win. The car parts. Place was being busted up. Yeah yeah remember. There is a video of a guy in all black with a mask on. And he's got a hammer in one hand and he's holding a black umbrella with the other and he goes over to the car parts place he smashes the window and then he turned around and walked away. I'm like oh my god. It's the umbrella guy. Jane guy believe this owners of conspiracy. Oh well that's amazing charlie. We're gonna drop it right there men. We'd love to have you back. It's been an amazing interview. Man appreciate you coming on television. Everybody where they can find your stuff again all right..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots

The Midnight Patriots

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots

"Let's smarter midnight vigils nation. Thanks for i was gonna break there. We're speaking with the world famous. Charlie cook and we're gonna talk about gun grams here for just a minute. Now tell me again people on all but one continent have actually seen this your gun grams. And you're actually working on that. Tell us about that for just a minute. Our right so the first time. I saw some early gun grams. I got an email from someone. It's one of these things. I made a video. And i put it on my social media and my friends all my other first one. The second one i really did was happy birthday and i shot an ar on at the end of every line kids. Cia when they sing birthday. I fucking hate that. I hate it as a musician. And i hate it as a parent. Yes so i figured i. It was one of my friend's son's birthday. So i figured i would go one of these and i put the tripod off and my pull out the trump and i put my ar. And just film me playing bombs. So i put that on youtube and everyone's on my god that's awesome. That's cool can you do one for my birthday. What about tv theme song. Which do this song are you taking requests. So that was in two thousand fifteen. And i'm gonna say that summer. I cranked out fifty different gun grams and it was. Yeah it was really cool. I got a couple of calls from some radio stations. And i had some head of video on on god show on cbs. I forget what was called but it was that was really cool and then i ended up having on comedy central as well. That's an interesting story. You mentioned that was on a game show right with chris hardwick at midnight and he brings in comedians. They play videos of people and one night. One of my friends was up late at night. And she's on my god i was. She's an anti gun wacko. she's like. I couldn't sleep i'm watching tv just cruising through the remote. Seeing what else is on tv. And and i see you on comedy central. I'm like what she's like some weird game show and i'm like this crazy talk so she put it up on our phone. I'm like holy crap. That's totally cool. And they played to gun grimm's they played the addams family so i played album and then the other one was the mario theme that he played foam. Go ahead i was just the most amazing to me is number one. I that's an ingenious idea. Okay but i don't know. I don't know which ones cooler the fact that you're firing off a gun or that you can play the trump at one hand. Both amazing to me go ahead. Sorry man advantage for twenty five years. And i've i'm really a trombone player..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots

The Midnight Patriots

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots

"Hey midnight nation hanging out with us tonight. We've got youtuber to a advocates speaker. Host and creator of riding shotgun with charlie and gun grams also worth mentioning blogger of the year twenty nineteen and a gun rights policy conference hosted by the second amendment foundation and he did so without writing a single word. Charlie cook. everybody will help us. Welcome charlie charlie. Thanks for hanging out on this. And i'm a man. I am living the dream man. Thank you guys so much for. Having me on dr are good. I can't. I can't believe i'm off this late. Well we didn't call it. The noon patriots is to midnight patriots. We could've said hi new dangers. There would have been like a cowboy. Exactly i gotta ask. I gotta ask blogger of the year. Two thousand nine hundred and you did that without writing a word. There's a story behind that. Fill a son. That's a good one all right. The quick story is i've been doing riding shotgun for a few years interviewing people in my cars. We drive around the country and putting it on youtube. I met the gun rights policy conference in phoenix in september of two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and they have at lunchtime. They have the lunchtime awards. And i see my friends going up for stuff and a couple of years before that. I was actually the defender of liberty. I got the defender of liberty award which was cool. But they're not really paying any attention and alan gottlieb's up there and he's like the blog this special award. It's the blogger of the year. It's named after someone who use to write for us. It's really means a lot to us. And he says social media and the way media's changing things are different all the time so this year our blogger of the year makes videos a blogger of the year. Is charlie from riding shotgun with charlie. And i'm like oh my god they just said my name. What do i have to do. I like our my car lights on off the engine running. What happened so i went up and accepted this award and it was tickled and i ran around for the next day and a half. I'm like blogger of the year. Didn't write a word. who else does this like. I said it's that's that's a worthy award that you almost have to understand. That's pretty much the same. As barack obama's nobel were a man to do that the man but that was just when you told me you didn't write a word. I'm like boy so riding shotgun with charlie. I gotta tell you man. I checked out some of your stuff on youtube. That's the name of your youtube channel. Read that anti gun grams right. I'm a little bit of a junkie. I got a couple of youtube channels. Nice nice so. I gotta ask him. What was the overall inspiration for writing. Shock charlie what was. I had my aha moment. That the create this podcast. What was yours is a. Hey i should do this. So the background is. I do one of his things in the world i have. I started doing toastmasters in late. Two thousand thirteen. It's just place to go work on your speaking public speaking skills and lawrence and leader sure. I was working on this manual. That's called communicating on video. And what we do is we had to be interviewed in a radio or talk show setting for five five seven minutes and we had to interview someone in a talk show setting and then we had to do a press conference and we had to do a three minute editorial and then make video so i interviewed this this bellicose master.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome to the Charlie Cook Show. Kirk. This is very exciting. I am around people for the first time in about 10 months, real human beings and frankly, I don't know what to do with me. You're the only one that refers to me by my last name. I always feel like I'm in trouble like it's like fifth grade footballer Side. Pretend you're Captain Kirk. There you go. Yeah. So have you done a Rogan yet Left California. Haven't Well, I've left in that I'm here in the free state of Florida. What? You're not gonna believe this? So last night, I went to a place Where a stranger a complete stranger, I sat down at a table and a stranger. This woman just approach the table with a little note pad. She asked me what I wanted to eat. And then I told her and then about 15. Minutes later, she came back with that food and I ate it and paid for it and left. Understands magic, but you can't do that in California. I went to a restaurant. Charlie, are you following me? Here? It was arrested. It was a tough, you know, It's crazy. I live in a place that is under complete lockdown with the mayor. Bachelor with a mayor That literally doesn't want me to walk my dog. When I walk my dog in the morning I'm an enemy of the state. That's a problem. Are you contemplating leaving Legitimately? Yeah, we're thinking about it. We're thinking about it. I mean, it's some point at some point, it's enough. Yeah, well, look, you got the weather, So Kyle has the weather. It's 75 to 82 every day. It's beautiful. That's why you live there. That's the purpose of living in so Cal. At some point if everything else is it's not like the people here, that great that we the people are pretty terrible. Actually, Friends are leaving my friends of all left. You know, The funny thing about about the daily wire guys going is that I had Michael Knowles and his wife over for dinner. And we had dinner and I kept saying, I mean, I was like, Michael, you know we should stay because there's something to be said about staying and fight. Let's see if we can do it. And he's like I'm going to stay and fight with you, Dave. Me and you, we will stay and we will fight together. The next morning, Ben announced that the daily wire was leaving and nose was like, all right, I'm out of here, like literally like that. Yeah. And You at some point, the 14% income tax kind of wears on you when you have the entire state locked down, as it is even worse than that. If you count all the price of living, I mean, in a way, the money thing Look, you know, my feelings on taxes were, of course, lined up there. I'm not thrilled to pay taxes, but I'm willing to do it. Hold your life thing right? So if everything is closed down And you can't go anywhere and you gotta put mass to go to the store and just every restaurants destroyed and you walk down just the main boulevards, and every restaurant is boarded up. And there's just nothing there. Well, then, at some point, you're like Well at the human level. Forget the money. It's just like, what am I doing? What am I doing? So? So I'm you know kidding when I talked about talking about going to a restaurant last night, but it's like just in the half a day that I've been in Florida just to see people outside. You know, and you forget what it's like to see someone smile like we're literally losing where you just see people's eyes. You can't read cues on their face. It's almost we just have these robotic experiences with people and then they lock you in your house. And you're just doing this all day. And you're on Twitter all day arguing with genderless unicorns, and it's like man, maybe there's more to life. And yet this year has been I mean, you and I sat down last year and we talked about everything was gonna have it. We couldn't have no one could've predicted this right? I mean, we did not predict this. I didn't predict the zombie apocalypse. And so many of the things that you've been warning about for years have now just been accelerated where we're seeing the tech giant's just be more emboldened Never before kind of a lot of people. Was dehumanized What you just mentioned before we get into all that I do want to say, because I want to mention this. You deserve a lot of credit. And you deserve the complimented the way you came out in favor. President Trump I know you received. I'm sure a lot of backlash for that. No, it was it was. It was very well received. Yeah, well, thanks. I mean, well, but by you and the president was heroic and it was courageous and it was noted. I said to you about two years ago, we were doing a gig. I don't even know where we were. We were somewhere long drive and we were taking a drive. And I kept saying this is about two years ago. I said, you know, I'm not quite there on Trump yet, remember, but I always work but you know when you were working me, but I mean, can this was back there, too? And you guys were were both going at it. And I kept saying, Listen, I'm not there yet. And I'm still because my feeling was for for years in this There is a goodness to liberalism that I know is worth saving. And I know Yeah. Yeah, And I know you believe that even as a conservative, I don't think he can be saved anymore. And you know, you just sat down with James and he details the set at a highly academic level. But I think in essence we what really has happened in the world is that we have seen the complete and utter collapse of liberalism. There are no liberals left because anyone that has any liberal thoughts, whatever whatever that might be, So someone who maybe wants a little more public education than you want. Or maybe someone is, as I would still describe myself by the way, begrudgingly pro choice, which I know is a huge No no for the conservatives, But by the way, Rudy Giuliani feels the same way so conservatives have shown themselves Be a wide political tent. If you're a liberal, in any sense, you're a conservative. And so you're also gay just for our listen. Yeah, Big damn weapon. I'm only gay after 8 p.m., so it doesn't matter. Couple people got that, right? But, um But yes, my husband there we've been together for 10 years is incredible that we're meeting like it's kind of it's we're all talking. This is the liberal place to be. Yeah, well, nobody cares. Nobody cares and and by the way, and we've discussed this many times and by the way, Congratulations on your traditional upcoming marriage. That's very exciting..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of the Memo, a terrific book that everyone should pick up 20 years inside the deep state fighting for America. First rich, Welcome to the Charlie Cook Show. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having it so rich, the kind of the phrase deep state is thrown around a lot. What is it? How deep is it and some people say doesn't exist. Please build it out for us. I think five years ago, people would've said it doesn't exist. I think people now are beginning to understand. It's it's very real, and it's the UN elected government, Basically right, it's you. The chairman of the drink, seizures staff pushing back against the president. It can be Judge Sullivan keeping General Flynn dragging him through a month for three or four years. Now, these people that the we the people didn't elect we didn't put into power, yet they exercised tremendous amount of authority over us. So how did this happen? How did the deep state get staffed? Created on DH just kind of be speea specific as you can, because ah lot of people are either unwilling or unable to see the full picture. Well, I think you have to go back a number of years that there's some of it is just sort of normal had been flow of governance, right. Any bureaucracy doesn't stay. And so there's ah natural. Inclination in these institutions that have tremendous resource in tremendous amount authority. No, I mean the Defense Department alone's been $700 billion a year. No, most people can't even comprehend that type of money and Yes, it is. Ah, ah, natural sort of belief that takes root that you can do what you need to do. And you know, you respond to the people over. You know what's happened? Sickly in the past. Really 30 40 years. But it really came to the forefront during the Obama administration is that Craven opportunists like Hillary Clinton got themselves into positions where they were able to put their own networks inside of these institutions and then wield power within the institutional bureaucracy through corruption, graft, political pressure, blackmail, etcetera, and so much of what President Trump has been doing for the past couple years. Been battling this residual corruption. So you write about this in the book? The memo tell us a little bit about the book and it says, read the actual memo that caused a firestorm inside the White House and around the world. What is the memo? Well back in back in 2016 had been one of the counterterrorism adviser for the Trump campaign and then near certain so We simply knew early in the campaign that you know we weren't colluding with Russia. I mean, I was just ridiculous clearly was Hillary Clinton's political which shocked us was that After November 8th. The operation seemed to intensify and, you know, I had worked in the Pentagon for a number of years in the black operations world where we would do things like what we were seeing happened to President Elect Trump and then President Trump. We would do things like this to Saddam Hussein, for example, where we would leak his transcripts or leaked the transcripts of his generals plotting against him, and we see with President Trump they were leaking his phone calls to the president. Mexico is phone calls and President Australia and so we said, Well, what's really happening here? Well, several of the National Security Council saw what was going on in the new movie Output is the president collaborates on this? We began looking at okay, what's really going on here and in an effort to one president and then some of the people I've met around campaign, some of your friends right on junior and others wrote a memo that basically laid out what I thought was the scope of what was happening out at the time. I was I was operating with, you know, a very finite amount of knowledge and wrote it. Not knowing that you know what we know. Now there was a cross fire hurricane who are all these operations they were spying on president they were trying to subvert sabotage him and General McMaster wasn't a big fan of that. And he you know, he moved to have me removed and it created a little bit of a fire strong in the summer of 2017. So there's a lot I want to unpack their C. I remember when this memo kind of came Tio light, and I remember the backlash and I remember people talking about it. Has anything improved. I think a lot of improved. I mean, I think the president putting in John McEntee in particular. It's a huge upgrade. I love Johnny. He is absolutely 1000%. And I think the president will have only met with the president a couple of times over the years. The president understands much more fully now. The nature of the fight he was walking into, right. I mean, it was Difficult for a businessman who even though he knew maybe he was going to have to learn a few things that manage the government. You're never expecting anything like this. Right? There was no historical precedent. You know, Lincoln had to sneak into Washington D. C because he came here to stop the spread of slavery to the new state's right. President. Trump probably should've stuck in Washington D. C Because you know he had been elected. I think to stop these leftists revolutionary drift in the country, and that was the unspoken Pinpoints of modern right. It was this counter revolutionary movement that that he was now that the leader ofthe and I think he thought these institutions were perhaps what we think of the citadels of the West. Great. You never think of FBI. Someplace where leftism exists. Right? Or the CIA is a leftist entity. But today we see they are yes. Why do sweetie Republicans in Congress refused to acknowledge and recognize this Um, you know, I think there's a couple of things there. I think number one is from..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The desire to vote for Trump. I even think Republicans think it's strong. Long lines. Look at him Long lines virus. Polling doesn't matter. People are doing what ever they can devote for Trump and Republicans. They're doing whatever they can to show up at a Trump rally. We're finding people, you know, are Facebook. On our Twitter feed, where there's a lot of people, letting us know. They were never politically active. Now they are now they're into it, and they are into voting for Trump. And then And then I see I see what you see. Here comes Charlie Cook. Charlie Cook is the dean of inside the Beltway Washington political operatives. Charlie Cook, supposedly bipartisan, non partisan, supposedly his data. Kind of like Nate Silver. You guys, you, Khun, Trust these guys. You're not. Ah, not needed way holding to anybody out there other than the truth. And so Here comes Charlie Cook. Yesterday. Maybe the day before, not sure got his prediction. In fact, there's not a prediction. It's absolute. It's a tweet. This race is over. Charlie Cook makes it official yesterday day before this race is over, Biden will win by double digits. Biden will take over the Senate that's done. The only on known Says Charlie Cook. Is by how many seats The Democrats will win the Senate. So I, but no, I don't buy it. I don't. But how can you not rush? Why would people risk their reputations? You? I can't answer that for you, but I couldn't get close. Charlie cooks reputation. Doesn't matter. Because he doesn't care what you think of him. He cares what the people who pay him thinking He cares what The Washington establishment thinks of it. Charlie Cook knows his customers want Trump to win Charlie Cooking. I won't lose and Big Charlie Cook knows That everybody in his circle of friends and business, his network they all hate trump they want from. If he's out there, predicting Trump wins, he's got big trouble. And Charlie Cook surveys the lounge surveys the ground, he says. Everybody else it does. What he does is predicting the same thing. Biden in a landslide. Unstoppable so once in it for Charlie Cook. To go against the grain. And then I've mentioned this before I went back four years ago. Four years ago yesterday, October 13th 2016 Charlie Cook Tweet. It says. Take a close look at the new Fox poll released tonight. This race is over. October 13th 16 2004 years ago. Charlie Cook. Tweeted. This race is over the cherry on top. Was the Fox News poll released October 13th. 2016 It's the same damn thing this year. Polls come out October 13th 2020 Charlie Cook, this race is over. Biden will win by double digits. The takeover of the Senate is done. The only decision out there now is how many states the Democrats We'll win. Question is, why would we believe Charlie Cook this year when he was so Totally drastically wrong four years ago. Got to take a break. We'll do it, be back and continue After. In times like these, we need him more than ever. Rush on the network news radio 1055 w E, R C and w E R c f m dot com I have ordered, And this is Steve. Full investor Insights was deposed Chief investment officer Michael O'Keefe. Michael Wall Street had a four day winning streak going what happened well pad after positive momentum in recent days, stocks fell yesterday, the Dow Jones industrial average was off half a percent. The S and P 500 down 5000.6%. The NASDAQ declined. 0.1% and the Russell 2000 fell 20000.7% yesterday, investors continue to focus on the fiscal stimulus negotiations and yesterday a temporary pause in two of the many important covert related drug trials, one a vaccine and another therapeutic Any updates on important data related to the economy. In general, the N F i B small business confidence index increased a 104 in September close to pre pandemic levels. The related uncertainty index rose, given the unknowns of the virus and the election. We also learned that the September consumer Price Index or CP, I increased 1.4% over the last year, well below the Fed's 2% inflation target now used cars and trucks rose 6.7% in September, reflecting a shift away from mass transit as Steve while we continue to monitor economic activity as.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And he got some money back that's called a refund that's not called avoidance That's not called evasion. That's not called tax fraud. That's called a refund, and he got a refund. Now there are a couple of things in New York Times article also where they said, Well, Donald Trump. Took advantage of some shady deals where more property Okay, hey, brought a huge piece of property in New York state with one house on it, and he expected to develop a golf course there. OK when the local community boards municipalities gave him a hard time they didn't want houses. They don't want to golf course they want to leave. New colleague setting. They made an agreement with them. He agreed not to develop the property, and they agreed to give him an easement where you can keep it and we'll give you $100 million charitable donation for the Conservancy thatyou did you saved some green property? So when Donald Trump gets a deal with a local municipality, Andi can use it as a tax write off again. Any of us would do the same Exact Charlie Cook is a bright guy. He's one of the rising stars on the conservative side of things he wanted to found is a turning point USA on Kirk put puts out some great tweets all the time. Charlie treated this tweeted informal interested in tax returns of a politician who became a multi millionaire. Then the tax returns.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Cheque's doing absolutely much better with older voters but that's fine. If he was doing as well among Latino voters in African American voters but what trump did last time in the two thousand, sixteen election with African. American voters he siphoned off eight percent of right that that's that's big and if you continued again doing the Karl Rove strategy where you just chip away at different voters, it's going to be very big challenge because in Florida, you're going to need all the voters to it. He'll. Gallup show. To meet twenty two ND governor's Race Ranger. Gillam. Carry Volcanic Jackson Something Hillary Clinton did. But he lost up but only one Miami by by a smaller margin then. Day County by smaller version that hell. I mean, it'd be last four, hundred, thirteen thousand votes almost a by about the fame. Jeff. Walk up to. Florida where just that one percent skim off the top can make the difference between winning and losing stay. Exactly right in I. Wonder if they should be making not just specimen Florida Florida's impossibly hard to to get I think for the. Democrats. But it's might I would encourage them to look at other opportunities in check you know what to say I encourage them to look at Texas Tech How would you agree? With all the money you've spent in Florida at this point. Right, at this stage of the game I, hear you on Texas long-term but at this stage of the game were spend your money. I'll share with you. We are right now registered. Registered voter in Texas. It's twenty one dollars for us to register Texan. It's six. Is it Because this same. Atmosphere in Kostic anxiety that Latinos faced in Virginia. In Nevada in Colorado in Arizona and California way back in the way under Peterson. The those that same perfect environment along with meeting a new youth that is aging into the population is happening in. Texas. You have two point, five, million unregistered Latino Youth. Five hundred thousand of them who heard a president call their families in loved ones, rapists and criminals who also are witnessing? s before that was signed into law by by Abbott that basically allows any official to question a school aged child with her American. The stuff is happening in Texas is much more akin to what? Folks in Arizona felt under sp one, seventy, one eighty-seven than what we saw than what Floridians are feeling right now, there's a different type of exile city that is really happening in Texas. is again more akin to the other states that swung bending floored. A compelling case, it's a compelling case. Vital question is. Do you. See Biden campaign doesn't have a money issue. Do Do they know their problem? Do they have the ability to address it? I think they're starting to bring in the right people and having these conversations. The challenge is that the game is not one on the traditional airwaves we're used to. It's it's one in the nooks and crannies of the Internet. It's one in the Nixon crannies of peer to peer what's up conversations, and they need to get up to speed to that because that is where people are sharing information. That is where people are using each other validations, eaters of information whether it's right or wrong, and the people that you're going to swing are paying attention by the influencers of their network online versus. The traditional Spanish language medium. Well we shall see like I said, I'm guessing Florida Bowl served as a interesting alarm. Lot Fox. Sports Talk Ryan. Theresa Kamara CEO. Voter. Latino. Expertise. Thanks. You've been listening to the Chuck Todd cast from meet the press. Today's episode was produced by Justice Screen and met Rivera John Recent Research Steve Look ties the head of podcast for NBC News Our theme Music composed by spoke media. You can catch meet the press daily on MSNBC every at one, pm eastern about..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

"Cheque's doing absolutely much better with older voters, but that's fine if he was doing as well among Latino voters in African American voters. But what trump did last time in the two thousand sixteen election with African American voters he siphoned off eight percent of right that that's that's big and if you continued again doing the Karl Rove strategy where you just chip away at different voters, it's going to be very big challenge because in Florida, you're going to need all the voters to it. He'll. Gallup show. To, meet twenty two governor's Race Ranger Gillam carry volcanic Jacksonville, something, Hillary, Clinton did. But he lost up but only one Miami by by a smaller margin than. By smaller version than hell. I. Mean It'd be last four, hundred, thirteen thousand votes almost a by about the fame. Jeff. Walk Up to Florida where just that one percent skim off the top can make the difference between winning and losing stay. Exactly. Right. In I wonder if they should be making not just specimen, Florida Florida's possibly hard to to get I think for the Democrats but it's might I would encourage them to look at other opportunities in check. You know what to say I encourage them to look at Texas Tech How would you agree? With all the money you've spent in Florida at this point. Right, at this stage of the game, I, hear you on Texas long-term but at this stage of the game were spend your money. I'll share with you. We are right now registered. Registered voter in Texas. It's twenty one dollars for us to register Texan. It's six. Is it. Because this same. Atmosphere in Kostic anxiety that Latinos faced in Virginia. In Nevada in Colorado in Arizona and California way back in the way under people send. The those that same perfect environment along with meeting a new youth that is aging into the population is happening in Texas. You have two point five, million unregistered Latino Youth. Five hundred thousand of them who heard a president call their families in loved ones, rapists and criminals who also are witnessing s before that was signed into law by by Abbott that basically allows any official to question a school aged child with her American the stuff is happening in Texas is much more akin to what? Folks in Arizona felt under sp one, seventy, one eighty-seven than what we saw than what Floridians are feeling right now, there's a different type of anxiety that is really happening in Texas. Is Again, more akin to the other states that swung bending floored. Case it's a compelling case vital question is. Do you see Biden campaign doesn't have a money issue. Do Do they know their problem? Do they have the ability to address it? I think they're starting to bring in the right people and having these conversations. The challenge is that the game is not one on the traditional airwaves we're used to. It's it's one in the nooks and crannies of the Internet. It's one in the Nixon crannies of peer to peer what's up conversations, and they need to get up to speed to that because that is where people are sharing information. That is where people are using each other validations, eaters of information whether it's right or wrong, and the people that you're going to swing are paying attention by the influencers of their network online versus. The traditional Spanish language medium. Well, we shall see like I. Said I'm guessing Florida Bowl served as a interesting alarm lot Fox. Sports Talk? and. Theresa Kamara CEO Voter Latino. Excuse. Thanks. You've been listening to the Chuck Todd cast from meet the press. Today's episode was produced by Justice Screen and met Rivera John Research check producer Steve. Look. Ties the head of PODCAST FOR NBC News Our theme Music composed. By spoke media you can catch meet the press daily on MSNBC every at one PM eastern about..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Are urged has the bigger lead in Iowa than trump thus discuss. Well. I think it is very hard to find a farmer. You know someone in rural America alight in rural America that voted for president trump last time and overwhelmingly they did and doesn't support him this time but they do exist and You know we're talking about Maine I've spent a lot of time this summer in Maine and it's Kinda lobstermen it out. There industry's been devastated but by God, they're holding with most are holding with him, but it doesn't take many of them to to defect just a small bit. With. The increasing centralization growing suburbs around moines. For example, it doesn't take that many to make a difference. And I think that you know that maybe Ernst might be able to have a little bit more separation. From president trump than some others, but you know in Maine though it. There is a feeling people. You had a lot of people, Democrats and independents who were very proud about supporting Susan Collins. All these years it was their sign that they're not just some partisan tool or something there sign of bipartisanship of independence, but after Cavanaugh. Tax Cuts in impeachment or they feel angry bitter betrayed the I would say there are more goodbye Susan bumper stickers in Maine than any other political bumper sticker about that. That is that is fascinating. Larry I wanNA close conversation with this you are you are you were in Virginia you've been you've been in Virginia was a red state. You saw it become a purple state. You would argue for years that it's a much swing state it just isn't swing presidential and Lo and behold it became a swing and presidential for like a day and then it moved moved out. What's been interesting is how many states have followed the the Virginia model which is. The suburbs all of a sudden go away from the Republicans and the state dramatically changes and there's this. We saw it in Colorado who saw we're seeing it near Zona and I lied I'm leading you this way to say. Of Georgia and Texas, which one is is next to sort of experience which you saw happen nationally to the Virginia vote. Georgia I I'm a little skeptical of Texas always have been probably always will be your confusing neon colors because I'm colorblind but generally speaking I'm kidding generally speaking. The trump presidency we don't often focus on this. The trump presidency unlike most presidencies is going to have a long term, hang over effect for Republicans in suburbs and a lot of other places, maybe not rural areas but suburbs and in central cities, and that is going to be a major problem going forward for the Republicans but it gives Democrats opportunities to finally convert to to get that last stage of conversion that they need in Georgia and Texas. And some other states that are on the edge North Carolina's still on the edge. I have some of its argued to me that they would believe has a better shot at Georgia and Florida, and they're saying they're you know more likely states go the same way. But it was an interesting an interesting. That someone was offer or take it. But it goes to first of all goes to the Latino problem that facing. South Florida. But also the increased this how NASA the suburbs ours like Morocco I you see a shift like that and you can chain campus. Chuck Has Floridian how has this Puerto Rican? Migration to the Orlando. Area. Was that overstated. How overstated I think what people forget the I four corridor is not swing anymore. But what happened is Republicans especially trump trump. Trump vote. One of the weird things about sixteen. We didn't Florida turnout was up while the while turn out in the Midwestern states were down. Trump. Just made voters I. Mean I joke if the if the county didn't touch salt water. It voted for trump and way theme. You know what? The Orange County success exceptions on the IPHONE quarter? No. The I four corridor is not as swing. Is it used to be? I mean you realize Hillary Clinton carried all all the counties we used to say you had to carry to win floor shared all. In the apple quarter. But the that that's not the way anymore, and in fact, you know what is interesting is trump ran up ran the score places like Pasco County. which is sort of like you know it's sort of stuck in the middle of central Florida will but it is. That's where they ran up the score and that's where he is. You know the other thing is. Trump in the same way that Biden has campaigned basically in one state for nine months, Pennsylvania trump has campaigned in one state for four years. For So I do both of those things matter here thanks for turning the tables. This was a lot of fun. This is what I would strongly. Very, Avenue Charlie Cook we get to do this again, one more than for the election voice sounds good to. Charlie. I also had a special third guest here a bird that was literally tweeting as we none of us are big tweezers anymore but I literally word tweeting I'm recording.

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Biden, Sanders running neck-and-neck in Iowa

Ben Shapiro

09:34 min | 1 year ago

Biden, Sanders running neck-and-neck in Iowa

"Of Iowa we are just days away from the Iowa caucuses I mean it's happening on Monday so we just have days to to find out what exactly is going on here does your mom the poll that shows Joe Biden up to there's a simultaneous Iowa state Paul this is Bernie Sanders up five so what the hell is going on in Iowa well the answer is that so much of this is dependent on sample size so a lot of the polls right now are taking into account this suppose it bumped that Bernie is going to have among young people are gonna shop on ask maybe that happened maybe it doesn't a lot of the Iowa models are using sort of old polling methodology they're looking at sort of typical turnout models and those are the ones that seem to have Biden ahead but we have in the last in the last week we have six different balls Sanders plus one standard plus seven Biden plastics Sanders plus nine standard plus part five Biden plus two is out who the hell knows the answer is nobody does at this point no all of this suggests chaos is in the making here the Sanders campaign for its part is predicting Iowa is going to be a big win for him according to the Washington examiner Joseph Simons and writing Bernie Sanders his campaign it's been telling staffers expects to win the Iowa caucuses setting expectations high in the final days leading up to the February third concerts no one thing is true if Bernie does not when I what he's basically done the brain doesn't win Iowa is expected to win New Hampshire but that doesn't help him very much so it's a must win for Bernie at the same time it's kind of turning into at least they must compete provide right he has to finish a very close second to Bernie because if he's not finish close second Bernie and it hasn't been again a close second Bernie New Hampshire then it looks like Bernie has all the momentum going forward into that where there's very little polling data at this point during a campaign organizer meeting for staff members and volunteers attended by the Washington examiner last Friday leadership expert leadership explain they no longer believe they need to reach undecided voters instead volunteers are expected to examine data collected by the campaign to target existing supporters ensure they shot the day of the caucus Sanders is I will co chair Stacey walkers and I get in trouble and I say this I'm confident in win here in Iowa meanwhile vice president Joe Biden trying to expand his base of support they recognize that have a bad turnout operation the judge has a strong turnout operation of war has a strong turnout operation that is that is not great news frankly for Joe Biden at this point Xander's what when I want that definitely makes things very very complicated now does it mean that after I want him to know who the nominee is Charlie cook who runs the cook political report has a piece about this over at cook political that come today is gazing into a crystal ball for clues into the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination contest would likely reveal an exceedingly murky picture to begin with it's difficult to predict what will happen in the February third Iowa caucus in the February eleventh New Hampshire primary we know that every contested convention since nineteen seventy two has gone to a candidate the finish first second or third in Iowa and then either first or second in New Hampshire we also know that the last four democratic nominations have gone to the winner of the Iowa caucus theoretically at least that means in the next three weeks the rate should be down to two viable candidates but considering that for Democrats have claimed first place and I will pull in the last four weeks and the same poll the same four have been in first place in New Hampshire over the last four months maybe it's time to throw out this traditional yardsticks using the RealClearPolitics poll average of reason I will polling the gap between Joe Biden's first place on the twenty one percent and judges fourth place tally of sixteen point three percent it's just four point seven percentage points version seventeen point three percent Elizabeth warning sixteen point seven percent in between using the gold standard joint register CNN poll Sanders actually in first and there's a five point spread between the top four in New Hampshire the real clear politics spread between Sanders is twenty one point six and warrants at fourteen percent is seven point six percent would bite in second seventeen point six and judging third with fourteen point eight there's no gold standard in the granite state but Jenner's has outpaced the field and three of the five polls conducted this year Biden included judge each coming out on top in another compounding that uncertainties as Charlie cook is that with the state's using proportional representation on the democratic side we may see very little difference in the delegate hall now here's to intangibles pulling very clearly shows electability is a major factor for democratic voters trying to figure out who should run against president trump for now Biden is a clear beneficiary of that electability argument by now also hasn't been fundraising so here is my char a here's what Charlie cook says to conclude he says we're going to see two three or four candidates emerge from the first four states none was a meaningful delegate lead or momentum heading into super Tuesday more importantly none of the contenders save perhaps enters we'll have much money at all as this column has suggested before my gut tells me to watch Michael Bloomberg okay and this is one of the worries for the Democrats there were about bluebird rising right now there's a new poll in Florida it shows the Bloomberg is running second to Joe Biden in Florida right now in fact if you look at some of the later primary states Bloomberg is starting to chart by Bloomberg in fact is third in the betting odds he is now surpassing Elizabeth Warren and people to judge and that is because his drop something like two hundred million dollars in advertising to this point just pretty astonishing minute those are big big numbers and if Biden starts to fade that support is gonna go directly over to Bloomberg who by the way like if you're talking about who the most likely be trump Bloomberg's actually fairly high on the list considering that he is not anti capitalism he's not a wild eyed isolationist pro communist on foreign policy I he he's the one who makes the best case moderates Bernie obviously does not make that case is his campaign strategy would basically be turn out the base at the highest possible right but Republicans to say when yeah Bernie Sanders I think so Republicans keep saying yeah well this Bernie than trumps totally a walk over it right Kirsten sold Sanderson she's analyzing this interest as well they might want to wait on that according to Christian soldiers Henderson she says electability is a strange factor that requires voters to play the part of pundit giving out which candidate they believe can went on like a voters views on a candidate's personality a platform voters assessments of electability can be based on polling or what they heard some pundit or commentator say in their favorite magazine electability is hard to assess outside of well he's doing better in the polls there's quite a bit of evidence in favor of the idea that Sanders may not be electable even against an incumbent president with unusually high unfavorable and low job approval despite a roaring economy this evidence it says Kristen so the Sanderson nicely summarized by Jonathan J. eight points to the unpopularity of the label socialist and the fact that Jenner's well the number of policy positions that are themselves quite unpopular in change view Sanders presents a great deal of downside risk which is why choosing Sanders to be insanity but as Christians all to Sanderson I think there's some compelling evidence on the other side it was possible to bite would have a Clinton campaign two point oh coalition is working to assemble Sanders change the games or scheduling by pressing on some populous knows that could woo work it could will back working class voters might not be feeling the full benefits of the economic boom because most of the democratic field has embraced a major expansion of government into areas such as healthcare Republicans are likely to play worries about socialism in this election regardless of who the Democrats nominate and the polling that is being done basically asks the same group of voters whether they would like Sanders or trump or biting or from and that's not right just Kristin soul to Sanderson because if the electric for Sanders and providing is completely different she says I can consistently runs two points better than Sanders in hypothetical matchup in the latest from the ABC Washington post Washington post poll rather biting bats from by four Sanders it does so only by two fox news has Sanders running ahead of trump with forty eight percent of vote as by means of fifty these two point gaps are minimal or huge depends on how sick you think these numbers are and how tight you think electoral ultimately wind up being Sanders maybe a risky back but get it it's just too early to say meanwhile some bad news for Republicans apparently the Democrats are raising money and extraordinary rates house minority leader Kevin McCarthy in a closed door meeting of this conference on Tuesday according to the health and managing Republicans for insufficient fundraising telling the members what we're getting our **** kicked the stark message comes amid rising concerns that the Democratic Party committees and candidates are building a massive financial advantage seriously compromising the GOP's chances of reclaiming the house elections in November which of course is scary scary stuff is why the the Republican Senate races are going to matter an awful lot to know one thing that the impeachment hearings have done is they've actually taken Sanders off the campaign trail which in some ways is quite bad for Sanders another was quite good because Jenner's kind of sitting on a lead in the momentum right now meanwhile Joe Biden's other stumbling and bumbling around your mind actually came out in the last twenty four hours and that he needs a strong vice president because he's too old which I held a picture make when one of the chief critics of you is that you are bumbling and stumbling and senile one released for five people color we call on that is right in there right right one is the rest because only everyone shame on Williams yeah again this is not a strong pitch from Joe Biden and if you look at that crowd it's a bunch of oldies a little calling right now there's a vast gap between the older voters who show up not for **** is but for everything else and younger voters who may suffer Cox's but probably some for nothing else so really Bernie is betting that a bunch of young voters are gonna show up for him in ways they have not before it's a bad we're not

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Well. I you know i think to me after parties. Lose lose elections. They i like the idea of doing autopsies and then well for republicans. I mean yeah no. They wrote actually very goodwin two thousand thirteen. They're just ignored ninety five percent of it all but a piece of the digital part but but to me i mean even looking on the democratic side. I think democrats after two thousand sixteen should have done an autopsy topsy. It was so convenient to blame hillary clinton or blame. The russians hacked looking in the mirror insane. Okay but what did we do do. How did you get to a point where the country decided trump was worth the risk right. That's the question the democrats haven't answered and things like for example president clinton embraced free trade and celebrated it and embraced it and promoted it and the thing his trade and i do consider myself free-trader but the thing is free trade their winners and losers and there was nothing there was very little done to mitigate the damage to the loser and the same thing with president obama in the environment. You know if you're it's the right thing to do. But are you going to mitigate the damage. <hes> you know if you're gonna throw coal miners out of work. You know what you can't expect them to start writing computer code overnight <hes>. What are you going to do and democrats didn't do that. Introspection blaming hillary blaming the russians was too easy charlie cook man almanac of american politics. You wrote the essay the opening essay yeah. Let's about twenty twenty five pages. I guess i mean that's a heavy burden. Well yeah. I mean you're speaking for all of us. Dude don't do that. Don't lay that on come on man but i always say this. You know you read them. All you know one of the things michael again i sit here and michael brune would get hammered toward the end of his time at the almanac but boy a he always took that essay out of always took his politics out of that essay yeah he so that essay has always stayed. I think so true immuno. You know i look at him. Read them all read all those introductions speaking of another book. I'd like another collection. I'd love to see together talk about an history of american politics you know for everybody. That's it's covered political journalism you and tim russert. I mean it's like you. Hey this really can't happen it. You could get you got to do this charlie charlie. You got your a made man when you and i first met. I'm gonna say you were nothing but thin man. Come on watch. It is exciting. Siding can happen to good people if they work hard and i was just gonna say you're a made man. That's all i'm going to say and by the way we love to cohen. That's a mafia can can. I just tell you about rich cohen. It doesn't rich cohen has been a tireless. This guy kept the almanac together when authors were fighting with each other and all of this stuff rich cohen cares about this book more than anybody's ego including his own rich. Cohen is a colleague of mine and national journal. I know he's a colleague. He doesn't do his own promotion very well and he deserves more promoted and the funny thing is i referred referred. I referred to him as tom brady of of the almanac and the thing is which is appropriate because he's from massachusetts <hes> but but the thing is he he's just going yeah yeah any any any tireless about it yeah a great. I started reading him within three or four years ago in the early the eighties when he went to the national journal i i see that we're not saying boo. We're seeing liu a lot of loose in here. Le shout out to my buddies. Lou jacobson and lou peck yeah. It's a it's a it's tasers team that did an enormous amount of work and <hes> you know anybody's driving cross country grabbed the book i go i still i'm still on the tagline blinds. I appreciate that thank you well. Look you say by three. I've always only recommended by two bernardus but a vacation so what you're saying is by three yeah and the thing is anything. That's serious that you series that you need to read. You know what i need it in a dead tree form. I'm sorry you're not wrong. You're not wrong by that <hes> but i'm sure they'll we'll be digital ways to get it all as well. Oh there is thank you charlie. Thank you chuck. You've been listening to the chuck todd casper meet the press. Today's episode was produced by matt matt rivera justice green. John reece's our executive producer. Steven ties the head of podcast for n._b._c. news our theme music composed by spoke media. You can catch meet the press daily on m._s._n._b._c..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"What the election is we think about <hes> what's batter batter intensity and getting you're getting a big vote out of your base or swing voters and you know my response is i think you have to walk into gum at the same time in life that if that doing any either one of those is a is a is a huge mistake <hes> and what's safe hyphen. What's a risk and and you know if you're a democrat. If you're one of the democrats that think that <hes> there is nothing on this planet more important than <hes> than than defeating president trump well okay. What's a safe bet and here we get to where you're headed with. <hes> handicapping is that <hes> i think through the democratic party there's a lot of goodwill towards <hes> joe biden and he gets credit for being uh-huh president obama's wing man and thirty six years of experience and knowledge in the senate nate years as vice president all of that but fundamentally the reason. He's the front runner. He's been the front runner is is electability and and just pure now but if anything were to happen that kicks that that electability pillar out from under him then he drops like stone no doubt right. It's like he's got one thing keeping them up but it does feel as if the bar for him is so low to keep it like basically just to stay upright yeah. I mean so it's a weird conundrum. The rest to the field hat yeah each one's in different places. I mean you've got one group of people that are sort of in biden center left category <hes> you know like the it closed jars and people like that that need him to collapse because they need they they they want to take on that center left rawal then you have over here you know elizabeth warren and bernie sanders and i personally think that that elizabeth warns does eating bernie sanders lunch and then the question is is it a biden warren race or does this group in the middle this hybrid group that's more liberal van biden or the centre-left but not as as as liberal as basically putin harris at this point. They're the only two left in that category with the money. If you want to be generous mypillow but yeah i put booker and i think that's fair. Those three rian beto to a lesser extent was trying to be that yes yes and so you but the thing is to me that that lane doesn't get an automatic slot in the finals us and in some ways. Maybe they need you know does biden hang in there and survive this and wins the nomination <hes> uh-huh does he collapse does he fade iffy fades. How slow does he fade. Is it in time for any of these centre-left. People come up or do does it. Allow this this middle group to move over and you and i were both in in iowa last weekend straight. Apparently everybody had a dateline in iowa this week. Yeah <hes> and i went out there expecting okay. This is going to be a biden warren race. It's not yes it and came back and i thought thought well that biden. I mean he's still technically the front runner. 'cause nobody else has moved into that position but boy. It's awfully awfully fragile okay. I have one theory on this that a couple of campaigns have told me even ones that want to want us all to believe biden is weaker than he looks. They admit the strongest biden supporters orders don't go to events and so you have a the people you're talking to the people going to events have already have a question about biden there. Is this invisible layer of people that they've identified by phone calls who media doesn't talk too so it is one one of those cases if you're trying to understand what i'm sure people are the commentary is indicated. This is a really competitive primary and every time we're like await the pulse keep showing a twenty point lead. It's like people keep talking about the hidden trump vote and i tend to think that's a little overrated but i think you're you're right. There is sort of a hidden biden vote but what i was not prepared to see i went to elizabeth warren vent event in fort dodge <hes> and i'm guessing this is in the middle of the day on friday and there were about four hundred people there sure crowds in particular are something else and i would say the average age in the room was forty. Maybe not old then well. It wasn't old but it wasn't kids is wasn't a gene mccarthy thing either and look. I don't know whether they're democrats. Nominating her is the best idea in the world. Maybe it is maybe it isn't that's offer me to decide but from the moment they brought her out with the dolly part nine to five and weaving in that personal neck narrative of growing up an cruelly tough times in the family losing the station wagon and all this and then this agenda for you know structurally changing the economy that makes the new deal look kinda modest first and really effectively and that that crowd i mean it was i was thinking i was thinking you know i i know some people at some big banks and some corporations who if they were sit here and they'd be having to go the bathroom every five minutes but can i tell you i mean the best case that the interesting electability argument forewarned that i've heard from warren people is you can't beat trump with just with just you know modest. We're not him. We're not in. We're not him. People have to be something she has got the. I'm for something you know and there's something look look i. She has yet to have time in the barrel her and she and she hasn't crossed the most important threshold she tough enough to take them on the first time she took him. Mon one could argue. She got she got swallowed. Yeah yeah and that's that's you know we're just gonna have to wait and see i think go ahead no no no no finish finish outside the the question is is she going to step on the land mines that a lot of people on the left might and and <hes> she seemed smart enough to know which ones to avoid like look at her. I'm a capitalist. She doesn't even mess around with the s. word. She's a limited completely that somebody who's actually reads who actually allows a pollster to two in their campaign because pollsters will tell you say all you want about about this agenda. Just don't use the place. I was talking to a democratic consultant that i've known for forty years recently and we had a conversation that wasn't i didn't explicitly ask him. What keeps you up at night but that's sort of where we ended up and this guy was saying reparations. There's some that's it's not getting talked about it all right now and that he thinks the trump folks are deliberately. Stay away from that sunday one because they want it in the last month or six weeks and and that that this has a is an issue with a potential drive a wedge between african americans ends and the most progressive base of the party and moderate democrats and we haven't even talked about swing voters but it was interesting listening to her where one of the planks talk about is enormous gains in funding for historically black colleges and universities and ah in listening to her. I'm thinking you know what that might be. Her way around. Reparations right is to push something like like that and that's actually that's pretty smart. I think buddha judges address. This smart link calls at the douglas plan sort of about investment investment is that is it it is again. There's a reason why buddha judge is earned. His way here in. Somebody's warren has earned her spot here. They actually do do know how to articulate ideas that you would assume it. I don't seem to have broad appeal but they're very good at making. It seem more bra. What you're saying is people that play chess supposed to checkers that are looking with removes down the down the board. You said you've been digging into a history in fifty years. This period in american politics were in. I come for myself by saying you know what it looks a lot like the turn of the century one hundred years ago okay we have agrarian to to industrial we have the religious we had expansion of religion by crazy z. means at the time. We have this sort of culture class. We had the the the russian revolution in the fall of the ottoman empire that really reordered the world. We're in now the the digital wave you know so i- comfort myself but then i am reminded all of that led to massive millions of people dying led to major wars <hes> so how do you put. What period of history do you put this in for now. What what do you lean on. You know there's a little saying history does not repeat itself but it does rhyme and and <hes> you know i think the the more you'll look at something more say well. It's it's like this except for this right right. You always find an interesting karl. Rove had a book a couple of a couple of years ago where he was looking at the what eighteen ninety six election and was drawing parallels exactly exactly what what what what you're talking about. I the the question that i like to ask my republican. Pollster friends is this. What is your party going in a look like in a decade yeah five years after president trump leaves town and whether that's two thousand twenty one or whether it's two thousand twenty five. What's your party gonna look like and nobody's got an answer because we know that it's not going back to where it was but we know what what direction headed now and our friend tom. Davis has a great line. He says you know the republican. Party and davis was chairman of the house. Republican house campaign committee for four years in the republican party has gone from country club to country and the question is is it going to continue on that path or is it going to to move in some other way and we we don't know the two greatest mistakes they made was basically throwing away opportunities. They had winning over <hes> first generation asian and hispanic immigrants <hes> both of those immigrant populations had <hes> core values that would have made the republican party that they were selling at that point point in time entrepreneurial self starting bit religious family you know and and they really that is the generation ration- and frankly it'll be now two generations of voters they just throw away well and you look back to <hes> mexican americans in the seventies and very very early eighties and what you saw was that as mexican american income started going up their willingness to at least consider supporting republicans the ones. We're we're doing extremely well. Were picking up and then pete wilson happened happen and turned the republican party in california. Turn the latino community against the republicans. The asian move to the asian moves been almost dramatic. Macaca arguably had some some real whole southeast asian. Whether it was indian-americans southeast asian india there was a growing group of of republicans organs in this in this demographic group that obama courted as the first sort of asia pacific president so he had this this in that sense but in some ways they chased away to in this immigrant anti immigrant messaging the republican party loves to embrace the american dream drink but the thing is if you embrace the american dream you need to embrace all of it and they didn't embrace all can coach anneli accidentally. Give away the store when he said that was meant for european that lazarus poem was meant for just the europeans. I mean that that i was too. I don't understand how that's not. Fireable offense in america like you said the american dream. It's like that's the whole premise well..

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"charlie cook" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Charlie cook. When you have people scream at you because you are on campuses all the time travelling the country you talking about the founding principles of our Republic all the things that have made us the greatest nation on God's earth. Do you respond to people when they scream at you your nothing Nazi? Well, like, I mean, there's only certain things you can respond to and I don't even want to legitimize some of those horrendous attacks, but you know, Candace walking on that campus university of Pennsylvania, which by the way, Hugh's company by five black students. It really felt like Dr Gorka the Little Rock nine it. What like white race democrat networks screaming and black students at just wanted to go to school and don't forget, it was a Republican president Dwight Gooden, the national bar this democrat, MS democrat sheriff's democrat politicians who are maintaining segregation blocking the doors of the schools, and it took a Republican president to deploy the military to do what had to be done. So do you just do you just not respond? Wh what is your tactic? What works the best Charlie cook. What will look sometimes you have to allow people to expose the radicalism for who. They are. And just hold up the MIR to for the world to see that the left has actually become had been revealed to be extraordinarily extreme in every single capacity. But I'll tell you when I video Kansas and Pennsylvania myself. Wow, she's making a difference. You know, when they show up, and they prevent you from actually walking into a building to give a speech. I mean, have you ever seen a conservative or anything like that Dr Gorka never never have you ever seen a conservative professor than there are couple out there or a conservative student or I think of pick the most rabid all of the stone. Michael Trump ski I can't think of one of these individuals being screamed at and swollen that in public by conservative. Never back. I I've been doing this now for six and a half years, Dr Gorka, I've never seen it happened one on a college campus that happens daily, you know, I'm doing this interview from Montana right now, we're speaking of my pants state university tomorrow grave, and and keep has already said everything they can disrupt the event on that they're gonna come and find us and candidate said it best wording right to the front door. We are not gonna get violent. We do not endorse violence whatsoever. We're not going to back down. We're not gonna let them dictate the terms of engagement for our political discourse in our country. Godless, exactly what God bless you. I just gave a speech for the Family Research Council in California last week. We had a dozen members of the LAPD and security just to secure the Family Research Council. We all talking to Charlie Kirk the president.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on The Story Collider

The Story Collider

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on The Story Collider

"And normally i'd let the slide but this time i asked this kid if they could stop calling me that because i doesn't make me feel good and instead of telling me no or that i was wrong said yeah yeah you're you're not that you're you're a person so the summer was ending and it was time for me to analyze my data from this experiment while not every kid walked away from that camp using my correct pronouns really getting it maybe i felt safer coming out to these kids as who i am than i've ever really felt coming out to a room full of sis adults no offense to all of you and that's why letting transpeople exist whether you're a scientist or friend or anywhere in your life is important because i'm not a swarm of bees i'm a person that was charlie cook charlie is a non binary stand up comedian by night a non binary science educator by day their favorite topics include queer theory and tamala and outer space on a personal note i was lucky enough to be up in man couvert for the show and i got to hear charlie tell their story in person and it really made me think a lot about my own vocabulary in the ways it influences my thinking and others around me and so i've started making to stop saying you guys and other freezes that feel like they put an unnecessary emphasis on gender in fact i've actually reverted back to my old ways and started saying y'all again don't tell my mother and it's not because i think that people who say you guys are bad people or anything like that but because i think charlie makes an interesting point about how gendered our language really is and now that i've started noticing it i'm seeing everywhere so i really appreciate the charlie was brave enough to share that story and to challenge my thinking and hopefully the thinking of other people's well our second story today is from shale matsuda it was recorded in two thousand fourteen as part of our show with the bay area science festival and it originally aired on our podcast in november twenty fourth of that year.

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Search for missing autistic boy takes grim turn as father is arrested

Rush Limbaugh

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Search for missing autistic boy takes grim turn as father is arrested

"Read something to you from bloomberg news on november eighth of two thousand sixteen clinton win democrat senate seen by analyst charlie cook who's sound bite we just played saying fear republican be really nauseous right now because it looks like it's curtains political analyst charlie cook in the national journal predicts that hillary clinton will win the presidency and democrats will take control of the senate he says donald trump has no margin of error and would need to win all twenty four states carried by mitt romney in two thousand twelve to win the race frank luntz on twitter november eight two thousand sixteen hillary clinton will be the next president of the united states despite being wrong repeatedly so they are continually turned to and asked for the results of their research and analysis and they were wrong they were proudly i mean they they were loud really confident in a moment wockhardt deputies in mississippi a thousand the body of a double murder suspect from east ridge wanting three year old casey james law horn telling thirties he shot and killed his mother in one of his friends at the family's home on john ross road just after midnight sunday it's car spotted on i fifty nine near laurel mississippi if he'd he's there say they have recovered the body of law horn search for a missing five year old autistic boy from middle tennessee has led to his dad's arrest more from w g o w's louis league five year old joke lie daniels was reported missing by his parents wednesday the boy was unable to speak because of severe autism after three days of searching under an endangered child alert his father joe ray daniels was taken into custody charged with criminal homicide investigators with tb i say daniels purposely killed his son and hid the body the search for the body continues won't news online anytime you want news twelve now on the talk monster w gop day one for a new employee instead of joining in productively they face a confusing disjointed process and piles of paper forms.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"Well i do think it's too early josh i think it's too early to tell our charlie cook who does a lot on the polls around the house in the senate he had an expression it's the wave versus the map right i mean you're looking will it be a broader national environment beginning to break so sharply against trump and republicans even the senate could be in play or is it going to be the map which is less it's not as tough a map for the house it's a tough map for the senate democrats need a strong clear counter message and the more they fixate on the russia investigation and lessen jobs infrastructure and speaking of people's conditions and improving their lives i think the more trouble therein riches this kind of funny situation were in where we keep seeing all these republican retirements from the house of representatives continuing unabated even as the polling is starting to look somewhat less dairo for those republicans who might seek reelection all in a circumstances not gonna be good mid term for them and some of these folks retiring our committee chairman who are getting term limited outta their positions but i think a couple things are going on one republicans pass the tax bill so prior to that donald trump had seemed this the sky acts completely on presidentially and as the napped in can't get anything done while he finally actually got something done it made republicans feel better and the news round it has been pretty good plus just that there's this disconnect we have this poisonous froth of our political debate atop a country that actually doing pretty well and who have peace and prosperity and what republicans have to hope is those conditions overwhelm the things that that people find disconcerting or even worse about donald trump we've reached that time once again for a famed left right and centre ramps featuring at peace from across the political spectrum katrina vanden heuvel what's your a rubber perry's death last week late leaves a giant hole in american journalism he was one of the best most independent minded american reporters of the past fifty years refused to take on faith the official story when poke awards other awards.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Recent guess you may wonder if it's new to the show because our guest a brought in a lot of new ears and eyes from his own fan base which were were discovering on twitter which has basically exploded when he reached out and reach tweeted the link for today's show to watch live you can watch us live you can join us on the youtube recent guess you wonder may want a dialogue brian cranston billy bob thornton jennifer fisher christopher guest lauren ingraham paul reiser oh and we could you raise no big wheel upcoming jennifer tilly seventeen you're going to be here gone here here grey pamela add lot of the new year as well as louis anderson very excited and we have a winner for the larry king game and though our guest 'cause i think i've asked him to wait too long this from charlie cook remember you could write into larry king game two one yourself with tshirt which charlie has won a kevin pollock chatshow tshirt king game goes like this yesterday i would a bag of eminent all i got word w's what kind of bullshit operation you run on mars oh kentucky you're on the air pretty good tomorrow mars sodas of them rock as a consumer reshape the shut up to mars again within punching i'm going to go ahead yeah he had yesterday over the bag we're w's with the house what the hell is wrong with you people something like that and i took punch it up to what kind of bullshit operation you run on mars.

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"charlie cook" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"charlie cook" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Charlie cook goal california all right that's what you get you right as a good larry king game and we send you a chatshow t shirt that's how easy it is folks our guest today as i mentioned allusive to say the least we're gonna find out why please welcome mr antonio espin dre now antonio di may call you that you may welcome thank you it's an honor to be here of and trying to get on your show for the fact that you finally had an opening for me speaking of this i feel like i've arrived well i thank you you're welcome first sale first things first sure it's get right through it you're born in tehran i was born in san francisco but somehow we both end up schooling in san jose california granted my trajectory took about fifty five minutes to get from san francisco mind slightly longer yeah so i need a little bit about this this move is this an uprooting is this talked about in the family sure we're going to california rate will you know you have to imagine that i was growing up in iran was at war with iraq yes right and this is now after the revolution and my father had tried to move is here for quite some time but was not very successful in doing so it's not easy to just pick up and moved to the united states what are some of those troubles that what will first of all the united states has to say please come on in which number one is the biggest hurdle of the mall easier then or now pull not so much today maybe as of a year ago is easier but then obviously i think it's harder today.

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