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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:47 min | 11 months ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The spread of covert 19 visits at county covert dot com To learn more about how to keep our communities safer Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. He was 93.1 kfbk. Areas of fun this morning than times of files and sunshine for this afternoon with the high Today of 56 to 60 for tonight partly cloudy early than mostly cloudy late with patches of fog around late at night, Lou 39 to 43 tomorrow may start with some fog otherwise mostly cloudy with a high of 56 to 16. Macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KFBK all right time now for the debrief. If you listen to the program regularly, you know we do. A segment called on Monday mornings. The Monday morning wrapper. The Sunday Morning talk shows the topic on the Sunday morning talk shows obviously had to do with 25th Amendment impeachment resignation. All dealing with President Trump 805 featured clip was from Congresswoman Alexander Acosta. Oh, Cortez. Democrat New York, who came out and said one of the key motivations for impeaching President Trump would be to ensure that he does not have the ability to run again in 2024, which by the way, was confirmed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in her interview with 60 minutes, that seems to be the goal. So the question becomes. What's the motive here for impeachment? Is it because he cannot or they feel like he's not capable of leading the country because he's crazy eyes it because he incited what took place on Wednesday, or it's because they don't want to run again. Well, could be all three. It might be. And anyway, that was our feature clip in 805. Okay, new P p p money available starting today. So if you have not received a PVP loan before you can apply if you have received money before you can apply this Wednesday, so new amount of money available, so $285 billion available for small businesses. Speaking of businesses, Aubrey Aquino joined us talked to a number of small business owners about the minimum wage going up in California. $14 an hour minimum in some places, $13 an hour and other places in the small business owners, each one of them telling her who, boy. This could not have happened at a worse tougher time than for us for right now, right? Also having a tough time nurses and we spoke to one anonymously who came gave us kind of some insight. On the ratios that have been waived it many hospitals now this allows nurses to take care of more people during their shift, which they say is a real burden on them as they're already burned out. I just talked with our executive producer Jennsen working around a segment tomorrow on renting versus owning a home and there's a There's a new emerging trend. We're gonna hit that tomorrow. And we'll also talk about the consumer electronic show looking very different this year, obviously, because the pandemic so Check out what's new at the C E s. We're back at five o'clock tomorrow morning. We'd love for you to join us. I'm Sam Shane. I'm Christina Madan said The Rush Limbaugh show is next Next update in less than 30 minutes. Breaking news, the second in heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Going. Terry Granbury. Hi. I'm Peter Harris for grain. Very serials. If you're starting the new year with a gold to live healthier and pick up a boxer, too, of the healthiest and most natural cereal in the supermarket Granbury with amazing Onyx sorghum is packed with powerful plant based antioxidants to help protect your body from free radicals. When we make Greenbury we care about sugar control. That's why we start with lower sugar than other cereals. Then use our Whole grain onyx sorghum to help slow sugar absorption, this sugar control or sugar taming as we call it helps manage diabetes and pre diabetes and we didn't have to sacrifice flavor to do it. So buy grain berry cereal with amazing onyx sorghum and start curbing your sugar today. Available.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Bring you a featured audio clip, something you very likely did not hear or see on a local or network newscast to give you a broader perspective of the events of the day. The leading Democrat, made a rather curious move. She held a news conference to denounce what she calls voter suppression in her state, which is run by fellow Democrats. Congresswoman Alexander Acosta, Cortez, Democrat New York are featured audio clip this hour talking about what she calls voter suppression in New York. There is no place in the United States of America, where 234 hour waits to vote is acceptable. And just because it's happening in a blue state doesn't mean that it's not voter suppression. You know if we're waiting three hours, four hours, five hours. If this was happening in a swing state, there would be national coverage. So I don't want us to think that just because this is a blue state that this isn't a problems. It's very clearly a problem. There's a lot of work that needs to be done. But That being said at the same time, I am thrilled to see how many people who are overcoming this injustice waiting in the lines anyway. Bringing community supplies, snacks, lawn chairs. You know, we are going to overcome this hurdle so that we can elect the folks that will make sure that this will not be a problem in the future. Point well taken. I mean, we don't need voter suppression. We don't maybe waiting in lines for three or four hours, but The reason we made that the featured audio clip is what a curious move for her to hold a news conference, a leading Democrat talking about voter suppression in a city run by Democrats, right, right. It doesn't bode well and doesn't make Democrats look good at all. No I mean, that's something you would expect a Republican to do or if it were run by Republicans, you would expect her to do right. It was just a real curious thing. New York is such an interesting I mean, I think the only other state that is as interesting politically is California but strategically speaking, I mean, who sits back and says to her advisor says, You know what I think you should do is you need to do a news conference where you criticize fellow Democrats, right? Well, she hasn't had trouble doing that before. No way. She criticizes Nancy Pelosi and room of the stall wards of the Democratic Congress on the line of politics before we get to the network Ah, today's schedule President Trump campaigning heavily in Arizona very much up for grabs. And Joe Biden. That's that's that's the breaks. That's what he's doing called a lid on the day as they say he's in the basement today. He's scheduled for Florida tomorrow, okay. And we're in the last. We're six days until the election, and he's not on the campaign who he is. That's been his whole thing, though, that I mean throughout this entire campaign. He has not travelled much. He hasn't gotten out there much and I think the point is just to kind of keep things quiet and write it in. I was watching a leading Republican commentator was strategist last night, who said. I think that's a brilliant idea. Yeah, definitely said if I were running that campaign campaign, that's exactly what I tell unless he's out there, the better for Democrats. He can't get in trouble for exactly and that's what they're going to do. So anyway. He's in Florida tomorrow, which is very close. By the way. I understand, actually was in Florida for several days last week and I saw I saw plenty of both. Kinds of signs up. Too close to call. Very close. All right, let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories from ABC News..

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I offered to buy or sell any security is only made by our private placement Memorandum. Read it first. She isn't an R I a not not. So Jane Fonda. Who is, of course, one of our nation's illustrious minds. Jane Fonda, who when she was not climbing aboard a North Vietnamese anti aircraft gun in doing propaganda work on behalf of an evil regime. Uh, she was she was doing her workout tapes and tightening the buns of millions of women across America. Now she's interviewing Alexandra Cozzi, Cortez. Who is most famous for playing silly video games online. Well, lots of people watch and the illustrious keep doing this over and over and over. I'm sorry. The honorable Congresswoman Alexander Okada, Cortez. D twitch. Alexandra Cozzi Cortez. She says You know what? I've been better. You know what? Some of the pandemic we passed the green. You deal. Yep. Spending $93 Trillion on stupid book that definitely would solve the pandemic. Probably good, good answer. A cozy one of my favorite things about democratic policies is that you ask them, Okay. How would you have done this differently There Like all the things I normally do would have done it differently. Like Hillary Clinton, just by being Hillary Clinton would solve the pandemic of the green new deal solves all of the things There is The Honorable Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio Cortes de Rolling Stone cover. Explaining You think that had there been a green new deal in place in January, 2020 covert 19 would have been much easier to contain on our health care system would have been much more resilient. I absolutely think so, For a lot of reasons. One is that if we had passed a green new deal by January of this year, that would mean that we had a political establishment that respects science. That is willing to mobilize and make major investments to protect the American people. The utter insane stupidity of this If we passed, agree, no deal That would've meant that we respect science. We respect it. Science. It's very respectable and the way that we know the respect sciences. Women don't exist. Babies don't exist until they're born. And also, if climate change is an existential threat to humanity, all of humanity is an existential threat. No, it people. Oh, the green deal means you respect God. She's just a slogan machine. That's all she she's a bumper sticker slogan machine. And this is considered the solution to covet. If you believe this stuff, honestly, user of what you get. I'm gonna keep going that Rachel make unquote. Democracy is the theory that Americans deserve Teo get what they elected. Good and hard, That's all. You deserve this. I mean, honestly, you the American people. You decided to elect this to power. We're all getting what you deserve is where this is going. OK. Meanwhile, Worthy of note. The media continue to cover for for everything Democratic, including Joe Biden. Of course, I will say that there have been a couple of outstanding examples of the media covering for the Democratic Party. The use of fact, checkers as the Democratic Party cover story is incredible now, so there's been this live has been going around for years that.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Very little, You know, they say there's minor delay tactics they can use. But this is really about the majority's power and the power that they can push before the election. So Democratic leaders air more saying, If we win the majority this November, there will be retribution. Progressives and Democratic activists are saying Democrats have to do everything possible. Here's Congresswoman Alexander Acosta Cortez, speaking in New York yesterday. We all need to be more courageous, and we all must act in unprecedented ways to make sure that our rights are stabilized. And to Mitch McConnell, we need to tell him That he is playing with fire. OK, and people are talking about, including a OSI talking about different ways to tie up the Senate. But meanwhile, there is this presidential campaign going on. Which is one of the reasons this this moment is so controversial. How is the president looking if it all to use this or what advantage could he gain from this nomination? He conveyed aim several advantages. First of all, it's an opportunity to cement his place in history as the president who created a durable Sixthree conservative majority on the court for generations. It's also a chance to reset the presidential campaign to make it about something other than Covad 19 and his leadership. Remember, he used the courts and his list of conservative potential nominees to pull together the conservative base in 2016 at his rally over the weekend, supporters are already starting a new chant. Fill that seat sounds a lot like build that wall and it's a chance for him to remind Republican voters who held their noses and voted for him in 2016. Why they did that. It's the judge is stupid. Although it's unclear how many Republicans who really care about the courts aren't already going to vote for Donald Trump are Democrats who traditionally have not been as motivated by the question of judges motivated now. Yes, we're seeing signs that Democrats are motivated by this issue in ways they haven't been in the past. They've raised massive amounts of money since Ruth Bader Ginsburg death $20 million for Democratic Senate candidates. And Joe Biden spoke yesterday. He said that people should pick the person who picks the nominee. Here's what he said if Donald Trump wins the election. Then the Senate should move on his selection and weigh the nominee. He chooses fairly. If I win this election President's trumps nominee should be withdrawn. Has a new president. I should be the one who nominated Justice Ginsburg successor. So right now, Biden is focusing on the process. The fairness or what he says is the unfairness of the process, hoping this issue motivates Democrats. But as soon as tomorrow If there is a living breathing woman as a nominee, then what do Democrats do? Do they keep on focusing on the process? Or do they focus on the nominee? Do they attack her personally Remember what happened in the Brett Kavanaugh nomination fight? It backfired on Democrats in many Senate races. So right now, Biden focusing on the process, but he has some difficult decisions to make as we go forward in this suit, Davis let me ask about pressures on institutions, not only the Supreme Court but the Senate. What are the pressures of this moment? You know, the Senate has never really recovered from the Merrick Garland moment. It really frayed relations on the committee between senators. And I think if Republicans are able to push this through before the election, it is going to not only sort of fracture the institution but the ability for there to be any kind of semblance of bipartisanship. When it comes to the judiciary. Excuse me and Democrats are talking about pushing forward even more radical extremes to our government. If they win the majority, they want to change the filibuster..

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Exclusive Interview With Susan Page On Coronavirus Response

Brian Lehrer

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Exclusive Interview With Susan Page On Coronavirus Response

"Susan page Washington bureau chief for USA today hi Susan welcome back to WNYC Hey Brian it's good to be with you so let me just dive right into the central life and death question right now which is how much can private industry on its own ramp up production of masks dental laters and other life saving medical equipment president trump keeps resisting calls from New York and even elsewhere I'm seeing other governors Democrat and Republican who have the most dire shortage shortages who want him to intervene with industry to order more production under the defense production act the president last night said he's trying to avoid the heavy hand of government what's his policy at this point and have you seen good answers from economists around or anything else anyone else as to whether the profit motive is enough to get companies to do what's needed well there are there a couple things that invoking the defense production act would do it would allow the government to coordinate this for one thing one thing we're hearing from some businesses is that they are a little antsy about what exactly they could do to be most helpful even if they want to be helpful R. so under this under this law the federal government could say make this not that the other thing that the law would allow the federal government to do is to decide where Skepta scarce resources grow so you could direct it to places like New York and California and Washington state that have been the hardest hit as opposed to this competition that we heard governors talking about yesterday on the Sunday shows where they're bidding against one another resources and then the resources may not necessarily go to the place that needs the most so these are the reasons I think some officials have encouraged the president to invoke this law and R. I think surprised that he has been really didn't catch on Friday the president told us that he had done it but it turned out that what he was referring to was simply a bureaucratic step of invoking the law not actually using the powers that the law would give him do you have a sense what his actual resistance is is it just the usual Republican reluctance to use government to tell business what to do is it the fact that when you come right down to it the states that are the hardest hit have so far been blue states New York California and Washington although I understand Louisiana is getting into that territory to what is it why doesn't he just do it so there's it's hard to you know I wouldn't pretend to know be inside the president's mind on what is exact motivations he does talk about the heavy hand of government he has railed against socialism he's accused Democrats of being socialist has been one of the themes that we've heard from him in that presidential campaign already some people also speculate that he is concerned that if he does this step which is a dramatic step he then owns the crisis in a bigger way and will be held more responsible than he would be otherwise when there are shortages of these desperately needed supplies the president's head of FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency had a hard time and one of the news conferences over the weekend saying where's the maths from the national stockpile that does exist are growing and even the president who is famously vague on things like this self got into the act of questioning and here's that excerpt but we've asks start coming in that they're they're they're out there now so again we want to match we want to get out of the middle I think like so we're trying to match supplies with the man so that's what we're doing right now it's happening today it's they can they can expect that that is the matching supply demand it is there's a range of request across the country and we try to match those again supply demand every day so I think that was Saturday do we know anymore today about the matching of supply and demand of the actual distribution after the match on paper well we know that the FEMA director on yesterday on CNN I couldn't even give a rough estimate of how many Maska been sent and I think this is one of the things that alarms Americans when they see this it doesn't seem like a system that is being run very well and we don't have we don't have details on what they've done and how they've done it where or how many massive inset infant places like New York in California Washington Louisiana can expect to have enough mass not to have these extraordinary situations where healthcare professionals are talking about making their own masks or trying to sterilize use mass to use again it's so odd extraordinary to think of a country like the United States a wealthy country ought to be in this situation the truck nobody ever thought we would be in this situation except when the president says that then there's a comeback to that which is that there are people who thought we could be in this situation there was a pandemic preparedness report they've been Manny and there were warnings that the U. S. was not ready for something like this that experts knew could potentially occur yes that's true and there were both you know agencies looking over the long haul warning about this including an office in the national security council that president Obama created and president trump dismantled and there also early warning signs from China in January and February that should have served as an early warning system odd that those warnings were generally not heeded by the federal government and that left us with weeks of time squandered there could have been used to address some of these concerns in our previous segment with the borough presidents here in New York we had a question about a rent freeze and congresswoman Alexander Kasser Cortez has been talking about this and we have a quick follow up question from a listener on Twitter who writes are there any national efforts to put a temporary freeze on commercial and residential rent and mortgage payments property taxes water and sewer did the president announced anything like this no and I I heard the congresswoman talk about that yesterday as well but ice I've heard of no serious proposals in Washington to do something that now that the bill that the relief bill that is now being cobbled

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Illinois GOP's planning an ad campaign on social media and mailers to alert voters about his background before March can part ABC news Saint Louis for Mont senator Bernie Sanders drawing large crowds at campaign rallies out west on the campaign trail in Nevada Saturday night in support of senator Bernie Sanders congresswoman Alexander because you Cortez argued that the democratic presidential race comes down to one question are we here to bring things back to the way they were or are we here to transform our future fundamentally the progressive pair drew over fourteen thousand people to a Los Angeles of an earlier in the day part of because you Cortez is second campaign trip since endorsing Sanders in October Adam Kelsey ABC news Las Vegas president trump encouraging young conservatives to stand up to what he calls the radical left the future of our nation depends on the courage and devotion of its young people it depends on all of you from telling students in west Palm Beach Florida at the conservative conference organized by the group turning point you essay that each of you are on the front lines of defending our way of life trump also complaining about house speaker Nancy Pelosi is delayed transmission of the articles of impeachment to the Senate which might delay a trial in the GOP controlled chamber and to the impeachment of the president gets the Saturday Night Live treatments Alec Baldwin plays the president Kate McKinnon is house speaker Nancy Pelosi in last night's opening sketch on NBC three the letter I sent your other one of us six pages single spaced like a serial killer I didn't read it I'm sorry I brought you to give Mister president articles of impeachment.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Aware of his controversial views Arthur Jones who's an anti semitic activist reportedly did not tell voters about his background when he approached them to sign his petition to appear in the March primary Illinois Republican said denounced as two thousand eighteen campaign calling him a **** Jones won that primary is the only Republican on the ballot he lost in the general election to Democrat down the Penske but he still managed to pull twenty six percent of the vote this year the Illinois GOP's planning an ad campaign on social media and mailers to alert voters about his background before March can't Martin ABC news Saint Louis Vermont senator Bernie Sanders drawing large crowds at campaign rallies out west on the campaign trail in Nevada Saturday night in support of senator Bernie Sanders congresswoman Alexander because you Cortez argued that the democratic presidential race comes down to one question are we here to bring things back to the way they were where are we here to transform our future fundamentally the progressive pair drew over fourteen thousand people to a Los Angeles of an earlier in the day part of because you Cortez his second campaign trip since endorsing Sanders in October Adam Kelsey ABC news Las Vegas the impeachment of president trump gets the Saturday Night Live treatments Alec Baldwin playing Trumpf Kate McKinnon is house speaker Nancy Pelosi in the opening sketch on NBC last night if you read the letter I sent to other one of us six pages single spaced like a serial killer I didn't read it I'm sorry I brought you to give Mister president articles of impeachment give it to Mitch in the Senate and everything is great the baby okay but thing you know how sometimes you get a gift and you like it so much more and just keep it as a gift for yourself you can't do that watch me could look at the state the union Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon on NBC last night on Saturday Night Live.

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Bernie Sanders draws thousands to rally in New York in comeback from heart attack

Jesus Christ Show (PRN)

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Bernie Sanders draws thousands to rally in New York in comeback from heart attack

"Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is back on the campaign trail he had been taking it easy after having a heart attack earlier this month I am more than ready to assume the office of president of the United States the rally in Long Island City New York Sander secured a big endorsement from congresswoman Alexander Osseo Cortez protested said Sanders was at the forefront of ideas like Medicare for all a living wage and student debt

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Scott Goldberg house Democrats are asking a federal judge to unseal grand jury records related to Robert Miller's Russia program information is critically important for our ability to examine witnesses including former White House counsel done again and to investigate the president's misconduct house judiciary chairman Gerald Nadler who calls Muller's testimony to Congress this week an inflection point when it comes to moving forward with an impeachment process house speaker Nancy Pelosi said today Democrats will proceed when they have what they need to proceed earlier today she made peace with a member of her own caucus who's been in the headlines a lot when it comes to family the house speakers at sometimes you'll disagree have your differences and need to clear the air but you're still family and that's exactly what happened during her meeting with freshman congresswoman Alexander because the Cortez she sat down today we had a good meeting and at the Congress woman is a very gracious member of Congress so we had a very positive conversation about our districts and how we represent them our country the meeting has been on the books for at least a week following some tension between bluesy and the so called squad Serena Marshall ABC news Washington president trump is threatening new tariffs on French wine it's retaliation for a new lawn France the taxes digital services and will hit companies like Facebook and Google the one hundred forty seven million Americans who have their data stolen in that massive Equifax breach you now have a way to claim cast from the company's massive settlements there's now a website up allowing anyone to put in their name and part of their social security number and it will tell.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Goldberg house Democrats are asking a federal judge to unseal grand jury records related to Robert molars Russia program information is critically important for our ability to examine witnesses including former White House counsel done again and to investigate the president's misconduct house judiciary chairman Gerald Nadler who calls Muller's testimony to Congress this week an inflection point when it comes to moving forward with an impeachment process house speaker Nancy Pelosi said today Democrats will proceed when they have what they need to proceed earlier today she made peace with a member of her own caucus who's been in the headlines a lot when it comes to family the house speaker said sometimes you'll disagree have your differences and need to clear the air but you're still family and that's exactly what happened during her meeting with freshman congresswoman Alexander because the Cortez she sat down today we had a good meeting and at the Congress woman is a very gracious member of Congress so we we had a very positive conversation about our districts and how we represent them I've country the meeting has been on the books for at least a week following some tension between bluesy and the so called squad three Marshall ABC news Washington president trump is threatening new tariffs on French wine it's retaliation for a new lawn France the taxes digital services and will hit companies like Facebook and Google the one hundred forty seven million Americans who have their data stolen in that massive Equifax breach you now have a way to claim cast from the company's massive settlements there's now a website up allowing anyone to put in their name and part of their social security number and it will tell.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news I'm sherry Preston president trump the last half hour tweeting that the second quarter GDP growth of two point one percent is quote not bad it is down a full point the president also taking aim at apple saying there will be no terror for leave for mac pro parts made in China and saying it should be made in the US instead the president's chief economic adviser very club blow minutes ago I know there was some talk they're removing some production facilities Texas I think if they do that that's a very good thing speaker of the house meeting today with a member of the squad after twenty minutes house speaker Nancy Pelosi a March from a meeting with freshman congresswoman Alexander because the Cortez and tweeted the two had sat down to address working together to quote me the needs of our districts and our country the meeting has been on the books for at least a week following some tension between below sea in the so called squad when asked by reporters of the to solve their differences hello she replied I don't think we have that many Serena Marshall ABC news Washington the house oversight committee holding a hearing on rising prescription drug prices drugs don't work if people can't afford to David Mitchell's cancer drugs cost six hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year his suggestions reform patent law to end the day is a monopoly pricing power without taxpayer negotiations and force transparency from drug middlemen a new study from the department of education says that girls are three times more likely to be bullied online then boys A. B. C.'s Rebecca Jarvis says there's a lot of work being done to cut down on cyber bullying there even suspending people and expelling students who were associated with.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I also defend my right to call you a moron for doing it so this Meghan re Pino who plays for our U._S. team team that just won the World Cup and I sincerely want to congratulate U._S.. World Cup team you know just because a couple of knuckleheads on the team decided to you know crap all over our flag and our country overseas doesn't mean everyone's respond to you did a great job. I mean just the just tremendous display athleticism so big congrats on unfortunately when the representatives of the team Reagan wrapping Oh continues to defile and disgrace yourself go after the trump administration for the United States. She's not playing for herself and as I said in a tweet it's not about you Meghan. It's about the country. You're playing for the U._S.. team go play for a private club and do whatever you want if the clubs okay with it you're not you're playing for the United States. All all of US Democrats Republicans. Libertarians Conservatives Greens would ever socialists. You're playing for all of us but it's not about that for Meghan for Megan. It's about Megan and showing you. It's about Megan and again how I like to tie things through the show and we've storylines together in the beginning. I told you whether it was you know A._F._C.. Accusing Pelosi of racism story or the Democrats with their pictures of Obama cages claiming somehow trump did it. It's never really about arguing principles with him. It's about insulting you attacking you and gaining power even for people like Meghan repeat. Oh you don't believe me. I'M GONNA play this Megan Re Pino on C._N._N.. I want you to pay particular attention. This is the nealer in front of the flag by by the way and who attacks Donald Trump. I'm visiting the F. and White House as she said I want you to pay particular attention to the last sentence she has says at the end of this and let's see how open minded the liberals are playing that cut. I know you've been invited founded by think <hes> Congresswoman Alexander Cortez I think Nancy Pelosi shout say so does that mean. Is that an invitation. You're taking up Nancy. Pelosi has said you know you. You'd be welcome to a bipartisan congressional thing. Do you plan to Washington in one about one way or another. Yes definitely and I think even this conversations with teammates that I've had. I think everyone is interested in going to Washington. I think we've always been interested in going to Washington. This is such a special moment for us to be able to sort of leverage. This woman talk about the things that we want to talk about and to celebrate like this with the leaders of our country is an incredible moment so yes is to a._F._C.. Yesterday Nancy Pelosi yes to the bipartisan Congress yes to Chuck Schumer Yes to anyone else that wants to invite us and have a real substantive conversation and that believe in the same things that we believe in Oh Kyo ya so she's she's willing to engage in a conversation as long as it's with people who believe in what she believes it in other words. That's not a dialogue. She just wants to basically echo. was you know when I was a kid. Forest Brook School was down the block from my house and Rose Lane. When I grew up on long island when I was younger before my parents divorced and used to go down there they had this big wall kids would play handball and yellow and it would echo so that's that's what Megan repeat and what she wants to yell something and she wants it echoed back at our by people up.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Rage man shot in his head. Seventy three rain and fog I'm Debra Valentine. Now what's trending on seventy seven WABC and WABC radio dot com. a road rage incident in which a gunman fires at a passing vehicle it was all caught on surveillance the gunman described as an african american male seen firing and a passing hyeon day at the intersection of avenue t. and east nineteenth street in sheep's head bay a passenger in the moving the goal was struck in his head and is listed in stable condition the n._y._p._d. is looking for a black male in his mid twenties approximately six feet tall with a medium build polls are open with races and four or five manhattan boroughs today the big race is for district attorney in queens with six candidates here on the running to replace the late richard brown correspondent sara lee kessler has the story of front runners queens borough president melinda katz public defender tiffany combined who's being backed by congresswoman alexander okaz yo cortez and former judge greg lasix in brooklyn a handful of candidates are looking to replace germany williams's city councilman now that he's public advocate pollster open until nine p._m. i'm sara lee kessler for seventy seven w._a._b._c. news nine eleven first responders meeting with u._s. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell today it's over replenishing the nine eleven victims compensation fund correspondent jury bolander spoke with the nine eleven i respond feel says the phone which expires next year is running out of money we have people's woods getting cut five six seven eight hundred months and the longer we weighed more people suffer the issue came to the fore after comedian jon stewart criticized the senate majority leader and others for a lack of urgency and approving funding mcconnell says lawmakers have never failed to address the issue and promised to take care of the nine eleven fund jerry bowed lender washington the n._b._a. has fine the new york knicks fifty thousand dollars mondays fine for violating the league's rules regarding equal access for media by not giving the new york daily news access to their post draft news conference the rest of the new york media wasn't fact invited legendary tabloid reporter and new york post columnist steve dunleavy has died he was eighty one dunleavy passed away at his long island home of natural causes traffic and weather next w._b._z. news time eleven three See with. how come nobody talks about the democrats aiding and abetting and enabling the iranians they don't get enough credit for helping to build up the iranian military billions and billions and funds and giving the made in comfort during the course of the the last year and a half from so the president united states has put the brakes on iran's economy.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KTOK

"Among my generation continues to grow democrat congresswoman Alexander. Oh, that's what has recently. So the Newsweek talking about the millennial generation, quote an entire generation which is now becoming one of the largest electorates in America came of age and never saw American prosperity. Never saw American prosperity let that sink in. When I first read that statement, I thought to myself that was quite literally the most entitled and factually illiterate thing I've ever heard in my twenty six years on this earth. I'm not saying she dishonest. I think she wholeheartedly believes what she said. A lot of young people agree with her. Which is entirely misguided. My generation is being indoctrinated by a mainstream narrative to actually believe we have never seen prosperity. I know this firsthand. I went to college. Let's just say, I didn't have the popular opinion. Let me lay down some universal truths. Really quick. The US has lifted more people out of abject poverty. Spread more freedom and democracy has created more innovation in technology and medicine than any other nation in human history. Not only that. Our citizenry continually breaks world records with charitable donations. The ranch the riches story is not only possible in America. It's not uncommon. We have the strongest purchasing power on earth. We encompassed twenty five percent of the world's GDP. The list goes on. However, these universal truths. Don't matter. We're told that income inequality isn't existential crisis. Even though this is not an indicator of prosperity. We are told that we are oppressed by capitalism. Even though it's brought about more freedom and wealth to the most people than any system in history. We are told that only only way we will acquire the benefits of true prosperity is through socialism and the centralization of federal power, even though history has proven time. And again, this only brings tyranny and suffering. So why then with all the overwhelming evidence around us evidence that I can see sitting in a coffee shop. Do we not view this as Prestbury we have people who are dying to get into our country people around the world, destitute, truly impoverished, and yet we have a young generation convinced they've never seen prosperity. And as a result elect politicians deadset on taking steps toward abolishing capitalism. Why? Well, the answer is this. My generation has only seen prosperity. That's always seen. We have. No contrast. We didn't live in the great depression or live through two were wars. It's my point. We didn't see the rise and fall of socialism and communism, we don't know what it's like to not let internet without cars. Went up phones. We don't have a lack of prosperity problem. We have an entitlement problem, ungrateful this problem, and it is spreading like a plague. With the current political climate giving rise to the misguided idea of a socialist utopia. We see the live or where we have to lose. It all to realize that what we have now is true prosperity, destroying the free market will undo what millions of people have died to achieve my generation's becoming a largest voting block in the country. We have an opportunity continue to propel us forward with the gifts capitalism and democracy of giving us the other option is that we can fall into the trap of entitlement and relapse into restrictive socialist destitution, the choice doesn't seem too hard. Does it? I think this applies to my generation too. The baby boomers we were born depressed berry. We had to invent our traumas to make us think that there was stress in our life stress was real we invented it. But it was real it had the same effect as real stress does. But we didn't live to the great depression, either weeded live through two or wars and we didn't live without air conditioning. And we didn't live without electricity. And we. We were the ones that benefited from the invention of the smartphone all this technological gadgetry. Anyway. She's right. And it's always worth stopping and taking stock now within particularly in the midst of one of the biggest. Political scams and hoaxes in our lives manufactured perpetuated by some of the biggest most dangerous lies. Our government has ever told us. Rush Limbaugh,.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Being permanently or for long periods of time affected by it. I do this. Even I- I- times. I have to actively stop myself from falling into this. Tunnel. Of spiraling down. Because I think I've got to go there because people expect me to come on. But but as a human being you need to pull yourself out. So I do and I do it in a number of different ways. One way is just to get real personal with myself and remind myself how damn fortunate I have been. And how nowhere else on the planet? Could things eater. I've done or have happened to me then done or happen to me, and many such things would be true view too. In the process of doing this. I came across a website that I had not heard of called alpha news. And it's a woman I think and she is a millennial. Who doesn't buy into the traditional thinking of today's millennial? She's not a socialist. She doesn't want to be. And it's really a good piece. If I'm getting this alpha news may be a whole bunch of people maybe one person there, but this particular post alpha news thoughts from a hipster coffee shop by Lisa Algren, H L, G R E, and it starts with this. We live in the most privileged time in the most prosperous nation. And we've become completely blind to it. I'm sitting in a small coffee shop near Nkhoma. I don't know where this is didn't bother to look it up. Not the point sitting in a small coffee shop near Nkhoma trying to think of what to write about. I scroll through my news feed on my phone looking at the latest headlines democrat candidates calling for policies to fix the so-called injustices of capitalism. I put my phone down continue to look around. I see people talking freely working on their computers ordering food. They get an instant seeing cars go by outside dawned on me. We live in the most privileged time in the most prosperous nation. And we have become completely blind to it. Vehicles food technology freedom to associate with whom we choose. These things are so ingrained in our American way of life. We won't even give them a second thought we are. So well off here in the United States that are poverty line begins thirty one times above the global average. Now, don't take this the wrong way. I have cited these poverty stats going back to my second year on this program. And when I did I was destroyed by the drive by media who claimed that I was a typical conservative out of touch didn't understand my point is that this isn't new what's great is. This is a millennial who is seeing it and getting it. These things do recycle that truth does recycle from generation to generation. We are. So well off here in the United States are poverty. Line begins thirty one times above the global average. And that's exactly right and Robert rector at the Heritage Foundation is the done the bulk of the work on poverty in America and comparing it to poverty elsewhere defining it putting in context, that's who I quoted all those. Curb the four lawyering about poverty, a homeless and all this stuff. Because the left mandates misery. There has to be misery at even if there isn't misery. You've got to think there is because you're supposed to feel guilty. When you're. We're supposed to be equally miserable. Happiness. That's a target. Not a goal. She says virtually no one in the United States is considered poor by global standards and yet in a time where we can order a product off Amazon with one click and heaven on our door. Stop the next day. We are unappreciative we are unsatisfied, and we're ungrateful. Unappreciated in the is evident as the popularity of socialist policies. Among my generation continues to grow democrat congresswoman Alexander the Cortes recently said a Newsweek talking about the millennial generation, quote an entire generation which is now becoming one of the largest electorates in America came of age and never saw American prosperity. Never saw American prosperity let that sink in. When I first read that statement, I thought to myself that was quite literally the most entitled and factually illiterate thing I've ever heard in my twenty six years on this earth. I'm not saying she dishonest. I think she wholeheartedly believes what she said. And a lot of young people agree with her. Which is in tire misguided. My generation is being indoctrinated by a mainstream narrative to actually believe we have never seen prosperity. I know this firsthand. I went to college. Let's just say, I didn't have the popular opinion. Let me lay down some universal truths. Really quick. The US has lifted more people out of abject poverty. Spread more freedom and democracy has created more innovation in technology and medicine than any other nation in human history. Not only that. Our citizenry continually breaks world records with charitable donations. The ranch the riches story is only possible in America. It's not uncommon. We have the strongest purchasing power on earth. We encompass twenty five percent of the world's GDP. The list goes on. However, these universal truths. Don't matter. We're told that income inequality is it excess -sential crisis. Even though this is not an indicator of prosperity. We are told that we are oppressed by capitalism. Even though it's brought about more freedom and wealth to the most people than any system in history. We are told that only only way we will acquire the benefits of true prosperity through socialism and the centralization of federal power, even though. History has proven time. And again, this only brings tyranny and suffering. So why then with all the overwhelming evidence around us evidence that I can see sitting in a coffee shop. Do we not view this as press Bertie? We have people who are dying to get into our country people around the world, destitute cruelly impoverished, and yet we have a young generation convinced they've never seen prosperity. And as a result elect politicians deadset on taking steps toward abolishing capitalism. Why? Well, the answer is this. My generation has only seen prosperity. That's always seen. We have. No contrast. We didn't live in the great depression or live through two world wars. My point. We didn't see the rise and fall of socialism and communism, we don't know what it's like to not live without the internet without cars phones. We don't have a lack of prosperity problem. We have an entitlement problem in ungrateful this problem, and it is spreading like a plague. With the current political climate giving rise to the misguided idea of a socialist utopia. We see the light or what we have to lose. It all to realize that what we have now is true prosperity, destroying the free market will undo what? Millions of people have died to achieve my generation's becoming largest voting block in the country. We have an opportunity continue to propel us forward with the gifts capitalism and democracy of giving us the other option is that we can fall into the trap of entitlement and relapse into restrictive socialist destitution, the choice doesn't seem too hard. Does it? I think this applies to my generation too. The baby boomers we were born depress berry. We had to invent our traumas to make us think that there was stress in all the stress was real we invented it. But it was real same. Real stressed those. But we didn't live to the great depression either live through two world wars and we didn't live without air conditioning. And we didn't live without electricity. And we. We were the ones that benefited from the invention of smartphones all this technological gadgetry. Anyway. She's right. And it's always worth stopping and taking stock now, particularly in the midst of one of the biggest. Political dams and hoaxes in our lives, manufactured perpetuated by some of the biggest most dangerous lies. Our government has ever told us. Rush.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of time. Like this where we are either in the raged or varying degrees of despondent or fighting off waves of negativism. I always try to stop tech stock and realize how overall fortunate I personally am. And we as a nation are is. It's negativism is easy. Pessimism is easy. We are as human beings naturally inclined toward it. Thinking, positively is something that requires a concerted effort. You know, the old saw we don't need to go to the library to get books on how to fail because we all know how but we do go to the library or Amazon I would have to buy books to tell us how to succeed or how to think positive way because it's not something that most people are naturally inclined to so I always. Serves you well to stop in the midst of whatever's making you think all his lost. Or we're nearing the point of no return to actually take stock of things. And what this requires? If you are to do it successfully is abandoning consumption of media for a while. I'm telling you the biggest assault on the self esteem, I use that term loosely, but the biggest assault on the on the overall attitude of the American people is media. It is a never ending drumbeat of negativism pessimism shock. Sickness perversion. Despondency and you have to pull yourself out of it. You have to extract yourself from it now and then to avoid being permanently or for long periods of time affected by it. I do this. Even I I at times I have to actively stop myself from falling into this. Tunnel. Of spiraling down. Because I think I've got to go there because people expect me to comment on it. But but as a human being you need pull yourself as I do, and I do it in a number of different ways. One way is just to get real personal with myself and remind myself how damn fortunate I have been and how nowhere else on the planet. Could the things eater. I've done or have happened to me then done or happen to me and many such things will be true of you too. In the process of doing this. I came across a website that I have not heard of called alpha news. And it's a woman I think and she is a millennial who doesn't buy into the traditional thinking of today's millennial. She's not a socialist. She doesn't want to be. And it's really a good piece. If I'm getting this right alpha news, maybe a whole bunch of people just maybe one person there. But this particular post alpha thoughts from a hipster coffee shop by a Lisa Algren, A H, L, G, R E N, and it starts with this. We live in the most privileged time in the most prosperous nation. And we've become completely blind to it. I'm sitting in a small coffee shop near Nicole, Mus don't know where this is didn't bother to look it up. Not the point sitting in a small coffee shop near Tacoma trying to think of what to write about. I scroll through my news feed on my phone looking at the latest headlines democrat candidates calling for policies to fix the so-called injustices of capitalism. I put my phone down. I continue to look around. I see people talking freely working on their computers ordering food. They get an instant seeing cars go by outside dawned on We live in the most privileged time in the most prosperous nation. And we have become completely blind to it. Vehicles food technology freedom to associate with whom we choose these things are so ingrained in our American way of life won't even give them a second thought we are. So well off here in the United States that are poverty line begins thirty one times above the global average. Now, don't take this the wrong way. I have cited these poverty stats going back to my second year on this program. And when I did I was destroyed by the drive by media who claimed that I was a typical conservative out of touch didn't understand poverty. But my point is that this isn't new what's great is. This is a millennial who is seeing and getting it. These things do recycle. The truth does recycle from generation to generation. We are. So well off here. The United States are poverty. Line begins thirty one times above the global average. And that's exactly right and Robert rector at the Heritage Foundation is the done the bulk of the work on poverty in America and comparing it to poverty elsewhere defining it putting in context, that's who I quoted all those Limbaugh. He just doesn't care about the four lawyering about poverty, so homeless and all this stuff because the left mandates, misery. There has to be misery at even if there isn't misery. You've got to think there is because you're supposed to feel guilty when you're not mister we're supposed to be equally miserable. That's a target. Not a goal. She says virtually no one in the United States is considered poor by global standards and yet in a time where we can order a product off Amazon with one click and havoc on our door. Stop the next day. We are unappreciative we are unsatisfied, and we're ungrateful. Unappreciated in the is evident as the popularity of socialist policies. Among my generation continues to grow democrat congresswoman Alexander the okay. So there's recently. So the Newsweek talking about the millennial generation, quote an entire generation which is now becoming one of the largest electorates in America came of age and never saw American prosperity. Never saw American prosperity let that sink in. When I first read that statement, I thought to myself that was quite literally the most intolerable and factually illiterate thing I've ever heard in my twenty six years on this earth. Breaking triple team traffic alerts from WSB to forty two Smilin' Mark McKay in the traffic center watching it all lanes blocked situation on the downtown connector seventy five eighty five northbound temporarily shut down before Peachtree pine street exit to forty nine here. Trying to move trouble off to the side. All lanes been held for more than a few minutes. That means delays stacking up back toward University Avenue headed north toward midtown. Again. Northbound connector seventy five eighty five northbound temporarily shut down north of freedom Parkway in the Grady curve of an adverse effect tonight twenty east and westbound and the connector north as this continues to unfold we'll be watching from the traffic center. Morton minutes on.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on KTOK

"The most privileged time in the most prosperous nation. And we have become completely blind to it. Vehicles food technology freedom to associate with whom we choose. These things are so ingrained in our American way of life. We don't even give them a second thought we are. So well off here in the United States that are poverty line begins thirty one times above the global average. Now, don't take this the wrong way. I have cited these poverty stats going back to my second year on this program. And when I did I was destroyed by the drive by media who claimed that I was a typical conservative out of touch didn't understand my point is that this isn't new grape is this is a millennial who is seeing it. And getting these things do recycle. The truth does recycle from generation to generation. We are. So well off here in the United States are poverty. Line begins thirty one times above the global average. And that's exactly right and Robert rector at the Heritage Foundation is the done the bulk of the work on poverty in America and comparing it to poverty elsewhere defining it putting in context that's who. I quoted Limbaugh curb the four lying about poverty, so homeless and all this stuff because the left mandates, misery. There has to be misery at even if there isn't misery. You've got to think there is because you're supposed to feel guilty. When you're not masterful. We're supposed to be equally miserable. Happiness. That's a target. Not a goal. She says virtually no one in the United States is considered poor by global standards and yet in a time where we can order a product off Amazon with one click and have it on our door. Stop the next day. We are unappreciative we are unsatisfied than we're ungrateful. Unappreciated is evident as the popularity of socialist policies. Among my generation continues to grow democrat congresswoman Alexander. Oh, that's what has recently. So the Newsweek talking about the millennial generation, quote an.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The. Tactile that was unfamiliar with the concept. The Mr. what are you up to? I have to say I was unfamiliar with it as well. Senator brand does. Congresswoman Cheney are you familiar with the tactile nuclear weapon development program. When I think that ambassador Bolton's respond. Exactly, right. I mean it. I don't know what the tactile piece it is refers to and she's clearly absolutely wrong on the low yield piece. I mean, we absolutely need those. I think it demonstrates Senator Gela ban unfamiliarity with eight eight inch deterrence and about what necessary shorts. At our adversaries recognize that it will never be in their interest. They've got low yield nuclear weapons. I do. And they understand that they can use one or threaten the use of one in a way that we would fail to respond to and it's crucially important that we we did out those, and I absolutely support direction the administration's going in and making sure we have sources available at often put out the ignorance is nuts depite being ignorant ignorant of thermodynamics, I'm ignorant of car repair. But I, but but that'd be stupid. And I just think presidential candidate should not talk about that about which they are ignorant because it always comes off very very, very, very, obviously this, however, this clip from your colleague congresswoman Alexander, you Cortez is not about ignorance, it's about an assessment of Representative Omar's commentary. That is really quite remarkable. Can we play cut thirteen of a OC?.

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"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on The View

The View

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"congresswoman alexander" Discussed on The View

"So newbie democratic congresswoman Alexander they're accustomed could Could attend. attend. Seven years is Spanish, okay? She is taking veteran House Democrats to social media school. Congressman Ted lieu tweeted a photo from her training session with the caption, the below pick is called this epic very selfie. Very good. Ted. So do politicians to be social San associate savvy media savvy to be in congress these days. What do you say? I think. Absolutely. They do. Yes. I think absolutely. If you look at the stats, Twitter's the number one platform for government leaders, according to the two thousand eighteen to aplomb ac- study a hundred and eighty seven governments and heads of state maintained an official presence on Twitter. And according to Pew Research. Seventy one percent of Twitter users are reading news there. But if I had a Johnny there, if you if you had a congressman or Carson that was good at Twitter or actually got stuff done. I would take the latter. Every single, you know, what if they get sites on not on one thing, she has well, hopefully, we know because our lives are better for it. Right. Hopefully, actions speaking, you don't know who did it. But her some of her advice is actually pretty good relation in their names on it. Know, I'm bills. That's what happened. She says. If you don't know what even is host to me. She said social media's not a press release. It's not a press conference the best part about this. You guys. Remember, the sucker Burke hearings when the Senate was interviewing investigating Facebook. The android. Well, we'll the centers didn't even understand what they were asking about this. This was one of my favorite moments that we can play that. Are you willing to go back and and and work on on giving me a greater right to a race? My data. Senator you can already delete any of the data. That's they're going to expand that work on expanding that. Senator I think we already do what you're referring to. But certainly were always working on trying to make these controls easier. That is how sad it is. That's why I think. Apparently rough. But that's why that way. Have teeth. But that's why people need to. I think that's why our leaders need to know how to use technology. I think you see that with you listen to some of the supreme court arguments. Sometimes they have difficulty asking questions about technology. I was growing up one of my favorite comments ever made was by Senator Ted Stevens. May he rest in peace may where he said the internet is not a big truck. It's not something you can dump something on it's a series of tubes. And it was lambasted by the daily show, and there's actually a song about it on YouTube. So this has been going on for a long time that senators and congress people are older and don't use you legalize technology in the same way. I will say if you like what? Okay, zero Cortez's doing with Twitter. I think she's just like Trump on Twitter. I think she doesn't care just whatever she wants says whatever she wants, and it's two sides of the same coin. So if you're mad at Trump on Twitter, you got to be mad at you know, you can be older and really be good at Twitter angle. Right. Is his Twitter account is great. And from the old yesterday. Yeah. But I mean, I'm talking it's a very relative term. He's he. He's like Allender. He toddler when it comes to emotional, make sure. But anyway, I think he I think he bullies people on Twitter. I think he's mean and nasty on Twitter. I think she's pretty effective in terms of sending out a thought I wanna read the exchange between three older guys. Right. And this is Brian Schatz from Hawaii. The Senator Chris Murphy, and then Chuck Schumer goes into the game checks. I'm trying to decide whether or not to retreat Cardi B video. Oh my God. I had the same argument when my south thirty minutes ago. And then Chuck Schumer guys. I'm still holding my breath. Are you gonna re tweet Cardi B or not? Good. Each other money likes his you need for something that I think is so good. I don't know. It's kinda thirsty. Oh. Trying to be cool. Sorry guys should teach at a lot of calls doing a lot of democrat. I think probably be needs to get a lot. Right back..

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