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Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate
"A fan of Brian Kemp, I've spoke about it openly and I believe that David perdue would be a great governor. Now, Donald Trump has endorsed David perdue as David perdue was mounting a primary challenge against Brian Kemp. But you must understand that the political landscape of Georgia is very much a good old boys network. It's a lot of local counties back slapping. Did you come to the local high school football game? Did you get good tickets at the university of Georgia football game? And I don't want to accuse Brian Kemp of anything illegal. That's not what I'm doing here, but it definitely is a patronage system in Georgia. Now, some states that really isn't the case. I can tell you right now, Arizona is not a good old boys network. There is that kind of McCain group in Arizona, but in Arizona, if you haven't lived here, if you just kind of moved here, you can, excuse me, you can kind of upstart and you can kind of run. Now you've got, of course, there's an establishment you have to navigate. But Georgia, it's a very much of a, who were you? Did you check the boxes? You know, were you able to take care of the right people? So Brian Kemp made a brilliant political move where he basically metaphorically neutered David perdue, where he put the more powerful Purdue, which was sunny perdue, I believe his name, which was, I think they're relatives on that mistake. I think their cousins and he appointed them to some sort of university board, which all but basically destroyed the fundraising ability of the entire Purdue network. So Kemp took care of a fellow Purdue in the family, which kind of, let's say, blunt was thwarted a lot of David perdue's ability to be able to continue to raise capital. Now, David perdue made a decision not to run for the United States Senate. That looks like it's going to be the great Herschel Walker. But Kemp worked the state, Kemp was able to maximize corporate donations. There's a lot of, there's a lot of powerful corporations in Georgia, CNN, obviously, is headquartered in Atlanta. I don't think they gave money to Purdue. Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, at least they said they hated Brian Kemp, Home Depot, was headquartered for quite a while in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines for a while was headquartered in Atlanta. There's a lot of there's a lot of companies that have a significant presence in the state of Georgia. It's a, it's always kind of prided itself on being a quote unquote, pro business state. To a fault, by the way, where Georgia invited Hollywood liberals for years via this phony and crony tax credit system where you bring in the Will Ferrell's and the Kevin Hart's of the world where they become like pseudo citizens of Georgia and they overly finance these elections. One of the many reasons why Georgia has become a battleground state which never should have become a battleground state. But
"david perdue" Discussed on WTOP
"Four years ago they've essentially been running against each other nonetheless I think it also speaks to Trump's influence that his chosen candidate in this race David perdue did not fare well at all whereas his other favorite candidate Herschel Walker did very very well and was called the winner early on in the night against his calendars including one relatively well-known statewide agriculture commissioner Gary black What about that set of race between Warnock and walker is anyone in immediate favorite Warnock has a lot going for him in terms of record that he can point to in the Senate He also has name recognition now Maybe not too great name recognition out in rural areas but walker I mean you think about it He was a star UGA football player He's been a businessman and he has Trump supporting him 100% At least in his primary that proved to be a very strong weapon As I'm sure you know we wouldn't normally focus on the Secretary of State's race but Brad raffensperger famously resisted president Trump's efforts to overturn the election there He's got to get 50% of the vote or I understand he's in a runoff What do you think is going on there A lot of people were thinking maybe about a year ago that raffensperger was basically not going to survive a reelection effort And the support that he's seen is pretty astounding It appears that a lot of state leaders have really fallen in behind him to support him Jody hice is running again with Trump's endorsement That's given him some momentum but not nearly enough to defeat raffensperger outright Thomas I'm sorry to leave you just a few seconds to answer this big question but the school shooting in Texas has overshadowed everything the national networks normally would have been covering all these races They're not is any candidate saying anything about gun control or about this plague on our country with these repeated shootings None that I've heard David perdue expressed his condolences but I did not hear.
Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump
"The Georgia governor's race is a rematch of the close 2018 election between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams Georgia governor Brian Kemp easily defeated former president Donald Trump's handpicked candidate former senator David perdue in the Republican Party primary camp immediately turned his sights on 2018 opponent Democrat Stacey Abrams who ran unopposed in the democratic primary The fight for the soul of our state begins to make sure that Stacey Abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president Abrams narrowly lost to camp in 2018 Four years later I'm going to prove that he was the wrong choice for Georgia Her top issue is to expand Medicaid to all adults She also of supports abortion rights and is opposed to a camp backed law eliminating a concealed weapon permit in public I'm Tim
Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary
"One of the nation's most competitive political battlegrounds is serving as a test of Donald Trump's GOP sway The ex-president has been obsessed with Georgia since its leaders refused to back his baseless 2020 election fraud claims He handpicked senator David perdue to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp for the GOP gubernatorial nomination and that swayed both brodie Nelson and Pam letter to vote for Purdue Definitely did Absolutely But Purdue appears headed for a lopsided loss with voters like Nathan Johnston backing Kemp I felt like he did a good job The incumbent also got a boost yesterday at a rally carried on WSB Let's give a big Georgia welcome to former vice president my friend Mike Pence Who again broke with his ex running mate in saying it's time for Georgia to look at the future Sagar Meghani Washington
Trump’s bid to reshape GOP faces biggest hurdles in Georgia
"5 states vote today in primary elections and while Donald Trump is not on the ballot So Republican candidates he's backing are in Georgia Trump recruited David perdue to run against governor Brian Kemp because the former Secretary of State nixed his bid there to overturn the presidential election Former vice president Mike Pence was in Georgia campaigning for Kemp no matter who wins they'll face off against Stacey Abrams The presumptive democratic nominee since she's running unopposed in the primary for Secretary of State Trump has rallied against incumbent Brad raffensperger who also refused to support the former president's direct calls to overturn the election Raffensperger faces three primary challengers including Trump backed Republican Jody hice I'm Julie Walker
Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In
"Do you think you'll be different? If George was like Virginia that held an off year off presidential governor's race, I know Virginia, New Jersey, always hold that race right after a presidential that next year and it's always looked as a bellwether for that in Georgia. If we had done that, it would have been a year out less than 8 months from do you think the message would have been I mean, it would have been different or do you think it possibly but still be the same? You know, it's always hard to tell. I mean, you know, there's an old adage that time heals all wounds. I don't know that I buy that old adage. Time heals a lot of wounds, but it doesn't heal all wounds. And so yeah, look, what our state went through with as close as the presidential election was. And then with the two Senate runoffs that we had where we lost both of them, that was a lot for our state to go through. And so, you know, I do think we're in a better position today than we were in, let's say, 2021. And so, you know, I guess from a macro level, my answer to that question would be, yeah, I think we're, I think we will be in a better position in November of 2022 than we were in November of 2021. That isn't always the case, right? Because, you know, there are so many variables that go into why people vote. There are so many variables that go into the intensity of what the base has. And one of the reasons that I think Republicans in spite of having a. Very nasty race for governor between David perdue and Brian camp, one of the reasons I've always thought, even sent from the day that David got in that I've always thought that we could beat Stacey Abrams is because I think the environment in 2022 for Republicans, it might be, it could possibly be the best midterm environment that we've seen in our lifetimes.
Ahead of Georgia primary, RNC chairwoman calls on Republicans to unite
"Voters go to the polls tomorrow in 5 states holding primary elections including Georgia where Stacey Abrams is running again Abrams is benefiting from being unopposed in the democratic primary for governor She's the presumptive nominee instead using the time to spread her message while Republicans have been fighting Polls show a tight race with Republican governor Brian Kemp narrowly ahead of David perdue who was recruited by former president Donald Trump Abrams campaign is sharpening attacks on both Democrats
"david perdue" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Supporting former senator David perdue in the GOP Gubernatorial primary in Georgia ahead of Tuesday's election Purdue trailing camp by 32 points It's too late It's your candidate You have another loss another L in your L column is Hi it's too late right He's like no no no I don't support His ideology hasn't changed You don't bail on a person just because you feel like it David perdue not a wife Right Right Well as I was saying at least his other candidate Madison called oh no Madison Yeah Wow You were quoted in the story about dark maga So Madison Cawthorn suffered further humiliation yesterday after calling for dark maga movement to defeat to defeat cowardly and weak Republicans You said Doc maga just demanded to see its own birth certificate That's funny That's funny John beagles Dark maggot won't even let itself vote without a photo ID staff was awful It's terrible Yes he said there are other national figures who I believe are patriots but I'm on a mission now to expose those who say in promise one thing yet legislative work towards another self profiteering globalist goal the time for genteel politics as usual has come to an end It's time for the rise of the new right It's time for dark maga to truly take command We have an enemy to defeat We will never be able to defeat them until we defeat the cowardly and weak members of our own party their days are numbered We are coming We are coming According to Alex Jones dark mag has lost one third of its size already See.
Charlie Sits Down With Georgia Senator David Purdue
"There are some very important races coming up and one in particular that we want to highlight for you is a contentious gubernatorial primary. It's happening in the great state of Georgia, love Georgia and great people there. Unfortunately, they have a horrendous governor, and with us right now is someone former senator from Georgia, who is primarying the sitting governor of Georgia, who is no longer a senator largely because of the sitting governor of Georgia, and that is David perdue, who is in a very contentious primary against governor Brian Kemp. Senator perdue, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, good to see you again, man. Thanks for everything you're doing. Well, thank you. We did everything we could to try to push you across the finish line in that runoff. I believe that you would have avoided that runoff if the state of Georgia would have been run properly from an election standpoint with governor Kemp tell us why you decided to launch this primary, a primary campaigns can be very difficult, especially against incumbents, talk about that, while you're running and how is the race going? Well, sure. Thanks for coming down to George at that time. We had the whole world to send down here and you guys really made a difference. I should have never been in that runoff. This race was rigged and stolen in November 2020. Our current governor was Secretary of State for 9 years. He was governor for four. He's never enforced voting law in Georgia. He allowed a consent decree to go through that change voter ID on absentee ballots. He allowed 7 and a half million empty ballots to be mailed out to every registered voter. He allowed drop boxes and he allowed the change in the rule that allowed Zuckerberg to put $55 million into 9 Democrat counties. Everything I just mentioned is outside the law. So they violated the law by allowing all that to happen. And then afterwards, when I asked for a special session to get at to the problems before the runoff to fix these things, he denied that. I went to court, they denied that. I even asked for the resignation of our Secretary of State, I got so frustrated. Brad raffensperger. And since then, as you've pointed out, with Greg Phillips and Catherine inglebright in the ballot trafficking data, there is a hard evidence right now that governor has been covering this data and now is suppressing that evidence. And this is one of the reasons I
Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette Sets the Record Straight
"But Kathy, I like you. I've known you for, I don't know, 6, 7 years ever since you came on Fox with a national security moms. And so I've spoken about the latest attacks against you with somebody who served in the military in the reserves and knows these records. So I want to give you an opportunity in front of millions of people to answer these questions, put them to bed and then we'll see who wins this race. So in the records that you've released from your campaign yesterday in a book about you, there are questions as to officer candidacy school. What your MOS was two months of additional federal service that we don't know what it was for, whether you actually worked for the CID or were of VO a wheeled vehicle mechanics. I want to just give you the opportunity. Talk about your military record and clarify anything that you think needs clarification. Yeah, listen, my military records are right there in front of people now. Yesterday, let me just say, I've been running for 13 months. And only yesterday did mainstream media want to even talk to me. And I've been in a statistical tie for first place for at least four weeks, right? So for at least four weeks, I should have been on their radar, except they just wanted to talk about the two rich men and pretend there was no one else in this race. So the only people who have been derelict in their duty here has been mainstream media because I've been here for 13 months and at least in a statistical tie for first place for the last four weeks. But in regards to my military records, I served three years in the army reserves and I was assigned to the CID, the criminal investigation detachment. My MOS was 71 Lima when I came out as a administrative specialist three years there moved back to Alabama and third with the National
Why David Purdue Felt Compelled to Run for Governor or Georgia
"Now he wants to be the governor of Georgia and would like to have him on America first today. Senator David perdue. Welcome to the Salem network. Thank you, Sebastian. Straight to be on America first, man. Thank you. All right, so I just retweeted the tweet that's at the top of your Twitter account. It's a great campaign ad. Tell us right now how the campaign is doing and why serving in the Senate wasn't enough for you. Well, I was never a politician, Sebastian. I was like Donald Trump. I was a business guy for 40 years, but I saw under Barack Obama, the country was handing the wrong direction. And I ran for the Senate to try to help change the direction when Trump got elected. We were able to do just that, created the best economic turnaround in U.S. history. Now, the only reason I got in this go to race Sebastian is because our current governor, cave dean allowed the radical Democrats to steal these elections in Georgia and we lost a majority in the United States Senate and we see the Biden madness now. So I couldn't stand by and watch this guy who can not reunite the party after he is divided the party and win against Stacey Abrams. So I'm running right now to save our state and to make sure Stacey Abrams is never governor of
Brandon Tatum Responds to the Protests at the Homes of SC Justices
"Com. We are back with the newest member of the Salem factory faculty. He is officer Brandon Tatum, who will be taking over from Larry elder as a former Leo law enforcement officer, got to play this cut for you from outside justice Alito's home yesterday, play cut. My body. My body. My body. What do I want? So in Virginia law, it's actually a crime to disturb the peace of a private residence. In federal law, it is a crime to try to exert pressure on a judicial proceedings or to intimidate a judge. Nothing happened, even in Virginia, yes, Glenn youngkin, where are you? Nothing happened in D.C.. So as a former law enforcement officer, I got to get your reaction, Brandon. Yeah, it makes my blood boy watching these people act the way they do. It's okay to protest. It's okay to peaceably assemble. But when you are breaking the law, police officers need to hold you accountable. And the funny thing is, is that when this is an attack against a conservative, everybody's cool. They can walk the streets they can threaten people and everything else. When this is against a liberal, they
'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race
"In the United States, the Pennsylvania Senate race is front and center. David McCormick I have endorsed will be joining me next hour. The world is coming down on Kathy Barnett in the last 48 hours because she surged into third place behind Doctor Oz who is fading, David McCormick who is surging in Kathy Barnett was getting close, so Doctor Oz took out after her and his surrogates did at least, calling into question her military service, calling into question her backstory and publicizing her old tweets which are pretty viciously anti Muslim. This is I haven't reviewed this completely yet. But it seems to me probably disqualifying. She is also out there on the far edge of the election, stop the steal people, and that's not electable position either in the United States. As we're about to see in Georgia next week, when governor Kemp handily wins his primary and David perdue, you can't run as an election denier. It doesn't work. And even if you believe it's sincerely and many people do, it's death in the general people don't want to relitigate 2020. They're concerned about what do you know, inflation and drugs.
Trump's bid to shape GOP faces test with voters in May races
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Are Polls Relevant Anymore? John Mclaughlin and Doug Discuss
"Most of your public polling done by media organizations and others are, they're good, but they a lot of them, and I'm saying a lot, not all, but a lot of them have inherent flaws a lot we've talked about which I think over time has calls people to not trust Poland. And I'll give you an example this morning I was on, I do a radio show and we were talking about polling in Georgia. And one of the interesting stats that came up and this was about the discussion of elections in election integrity and all this kind of stuff was and I had been given some poll numbers by a reputable firm that had basically said this and I'll just generically say this, that among Trump identified voters, you know, because this is something new that I've seen in the last few years that I haven't seen before and that was, are you a traditional Republican or a Trump Republican? And they'll ask about that. And among the cross tabs, like you talked about, one of the crawls tabs basically said that among Trump Republicans down here in a governor's race, Brian Kemp was actually leading David perdue. By 5 points. And so we just said that made a statement, here's what the numbers say. And we started getting text and other things from people who were listening saying that those are fake news. Polls are fake news. Why is it besides the oldest general fight if you hear something you don't want to hear you call it fake? What is call some of the more besides what we've seen in probably the presidential sides, the distrusting of polls and does that hurt overall perception? I think it's part of the overall media bias because the mainstream media that's biased against Republicans biased against conservative biased against president Trump, you know, uses polls to inflict inflict their bias on us in that regard. Because they're trying to manufacture outcomes in elections. One extreme case I gave you that Washington Post poll. But I would think most media polls have been wrong. In that, you know, in the less than the 2020 election, and that's why there was a big conference of the American public opinion and researchers, and that's why they came up with the solution that, oh, Trump voters weren't going on the polls. But they allowed their bias to impact, you know, the science of polling because they wanted to manufacture an outcome. They wanted Trump to lose.
"david perdue" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Said the technical issues affected also the apps that direct package deliveries A note that Amazon is among NPR's recent financial supporters In a notice Amazon cited the root cause as an impairment of several network devices saying it didn't know when all issues would be fixed Alina sell you can PR news Washington Stocks finished higher on Wall Street the Dow was up almost one and a half percent You're listening to NPR news From W ABE news in Atlanta I'm Emile Moffat For the most part elected Republicans in Georgia have either stood by governor camp or state quiet as David perdue began his campaign for governor As W ABE Sam greenglass reports that's not been the case on conservative talk radio and cable TV When former GOP senator David perdue announced his plans to primary the sitting governor the news lit up political Twitter Purdue appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show not long after former president Trump rolled out his endorsement Hannity gave perdue a glowing introduction I've been saying this governor Kemp has lost the confidence of the people of Republicans of conservatives of Georgia David perdue is by far the stronger candidate to go up against Stacey Abrams in Georgia support for produce bid has been more muted so far Eric Erikson is a conservative radio host based in Georgia He criticized produce candidacy on his show reminding listeners that a young Democrat who'd never held elected office before unseated Purdue from the Senate earlier this year David perdue could not beat John ossoff and thinks he can beat Stacey Abrams who's a far more accomplished and competent politician than John ossoff good luck with that reasoning Georgia's primaries are in May Sam green glass W ABE news Atlanta's mayor elect Andre Dickens is outlining his strategy.
Mitch McConnell Only Endorses Candidates Who Support Him in Power
"I like Charlie Gasparino. I don't know him. Well, he's been on the show once. I think he's really a solid reporter. Smart guy writes beautifully, too. He blamed Trump on the Loss of the two Republican seats in Georgia, and it wasn't Trump Trump didn't pick those two candidates. Those were McConnell's candidates. And the suggestion that they would have won if Trump had gotten behind the Trump campaign for them. These were two mannequins to blow up dolls. Two terrible, terrible candidate and by the way, I forget the guy's name. Do you remember his name? Mr. Producer? I forget his name. He wouldn't come on the show, either. Now, ladies and gentlemen, it's not like you have to kiss the ring here. I don't even know that's not it. We reach all over Georgia. It's kind of hard to win. If you're not going to talk to millions and millions of conservatives in this country. David Perdue. That's one of and I remember his name. I mean, how do you expect to win? That said they were terrible, terrible candidates. Terrible. And they were Mitch McConnell's choices. They were his picks. That's what lost those seats had nothing to do with Donald Trump. Terrible candidate Mitch McConnell reaches into all these states and picks these lousy lousy candidates. And what is it based on? If they're going to support him from majority or minority leader? That's it.
US Democrat Senate Wins Push Stocks Higher
"Afternoon. The associated press reported democrat. Jon ossoff was the winner of the second georgia's senate runoff election defeating incumbent. Republican david perdue democrat rafael. Warnock was called as the victor of the senate race against incumbent. Republican kelly leffler. This gave democrats a very narrow majority in the chamber. When considering vice president-elect kamla harris's ability to cast tie-breaking votes financial materials and energy stocks extended gains as prospects amid the democratic sweep given suctions that a unified democratic government would advance more virus relief stimulus and increase infrastructure spending our us economics have indicated that a democratic senate would likely lead to another large fiscal stimulus package possibly including some priorities of the new administration such as infrastructure deutchebanks. Economists said in a note wednesday. They see this as a material up signed to their gdp forecast which they currently see rising four point three percent q over q four in two thousand and twenty one
"david perdue" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dirac STROKE President Trump, acknowledging his election defeat says there will be an orderly transition. January 20th nine weeks after Election Day and one day after his supporters rampage the U. S Capitol building, the president acknowledged the Joe Biden will succeed him. In a written statement that was released after Congress certified Biden's victory, He said there will be an orderly transition later this month. Even though he totally disagrees with the outcome of the election, Mr Trump said. While this represents the end of the greatest first term in presidential history, it's only the beginning of our fight to make America great again. Red Clugston Washington, Meanwhile, lawmakers vowed to investigate yesterday's security breach. Members of Congress want to look into how much a lack of preparedness allowed a mob to occupy and vandalized the capital. In an interview with MSNBC, representative Val Demings, former Florida police chief said it was quote painfully obvious that the Capitol police were not prepared. Another Democratic congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio, suggested there could be leadership changes for the Capitol police. You were in charge of Congress. They ended up having to turn to other law enforcement for help with the mob that overwhelmed the complex and sent lawmakers into hiding. I'm surely Adler Republican Senator Kelly Lefler has conceded to Democrat Raphael Warnock and one of two Georgia's Senate run offs. Leffler was appointed to the position year ago to replace outgoing Senator Johnny Isakson War not becomes the first African American from Georgia. Elected to the Senate and the other senatorial run off the Democrat Jon Ossoff's has been called as the winner over Republican David Perdue..
Democrats to take Senate as Ossoff wins runoff
"Democrats said to take over control of the U. S. Senate. After the results of two runoff races, Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff's became the second of his party to be elected to the U. S Senate from his state in the single day. It is with humility that I thank the people of Georgia for electing me to serve you in the United States Senate Thank you for the confidence and trust. You have placed in me. Ausaf defeated Republican incumbent David Perdue. Earlier Wednesday morning, Democrat Raphael Warnock beat Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler. The Senate will now be split with an equal number of Democrats and Republicans. With the incoming Democratic Vice president Kamala Harris able to break ties in Atlanta. Evan
Ossoff Wins Georgia Race, Giving Democrats Control of Senate
"Democrats will effectively control both chambers of congress as well as the white house is npr's barbara front reports georgia's senate candidate. John ossoff has won his runoff election. Ossoff's victory cements democratic control in the federal government for the first time in a decade. He defeated incumbent republican. David perdue an ally of president trump the incoming senate is now split evenly fifty fifty between the democratic caucus and republicans as vice president. Kamala harris will be able to cast tie-breaking votes. Ossoff win means democrats will have the power to hold hearings and bring democratic legislation to the floor. Also the first jewish senator from georgia and the youngest sitting senator at age thirty
Against the odds, Georgia Democrats make history with Senate runoffs
"Is going to send to historic senators to Washington. ABC News is projecting John. Also the winter on the run off against Republican incumbent David Perdue is going to be the state's first Jewish senator in the nation's youngest senator since Joe Biden. The Reverend Raphael Warnock will be George's first black U. S. Senator,
"david perdue" Discussed on KOMO
"Ahead of incumbent David Perdue. Outcomes will determine WHO controls which party the U. S. Senate. Michelle Franzen, ABC New Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 78 31 Right now on a cloudy start to this Wednesday morning is 44 degrees in Seattle right now, along with Greg Herschel time Manda Factor near the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center Governor Jay Inslee is calling one member of Congress from this date of her challenge of the electoral college results later today, a mark of dishonor He's reacting to Spokane Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers, saying she's going to join the congressional objection to Joe Biden's win. She cites concern over voter fraud. Inslee says there's no evidence to support those concerns. To quote him. This mark of dishonor will last through the ages. As it pertains to the pandemic, Governor Inslee is charting a new path for words for reopening the state's economy. Rather than use a county by county approach. The governor is now divided the state into region. For example, one region includes kings, the whole mission Pierce counties. As of today, all regions Aaron Phase one. In order to get to phase two of re opening. There have to be two weeks of 10% decreasing trends in case of hospital admission rates less than 90% ICU occupation rate and less than 10% covered test positivity rate. None of the region's currently qualified for movement to face too, and yes, if there is a worsening a bet. Backwards movement, a region possibly could go backward. Keith Average Cos. Another 2337 cases of covert 19 have been confirmed in Washington. There have been an additional 59 covert related death. If it gets much worse call most Brian Calvert reports on the county that says it's going to need volunteer. The call is going out on behalf of something called the Medical Reserve Corps of Eastern Washington. Spokane County. Health officials anticipate things getting much worse before they get better. And if that's the case, the current staff can't do everything that the health Department offers. So the idea is to bring in volunteers those with and without medical backgrounds and have them keep non emergency services operating like suicide prevention programs and personal and family preparedness. Education. Volunteers may also eventually be used to help vaccinate the public. The director of Spokane County Emergency Management says they currently have 50 volunteers, and they're hoping for many more. Brian Calvert colonials emergency medical workers an ambulance drivers across the northwestern now being vaccinated against Cove in 19 and hopes they consumed begin vaccinating the public. There has been a steady stream of all employees coming and they are coming in on their off days. Lucy Drum with the EMR Ambulance says their workers will join doctors, nurses and pharmacists and hopes of speeding up vaccinations dramatically. Thea FDA now says anyone who receives the Moderna or Fizer vaccine must get two full doses in a timely fashion. Some doctors have pushed ideas to speed up vaccine distribution by cutting doses in half or two laying, giving people the second shot. But none of those methods were tested in clinical trials. The FDA repeats the changing dozing levels or schedules is not rooted in any available ever. Since the agency says changing them could undermine public health who will be next in line to get the vaccine here in Washington? Well, we should find out today. Right now we're in what they call Phase one. A. Under that phase, says some health care workers have already been inoculated coming up after we check traffic and weather Amazon announcing a huge $2 billion commitment for affordable housing, including here in the Puget Sound and Carleen Johnson. 34 down hard couple traffic. Every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center fears Kierra. I'll no relief in sight yet for our woes in Parkland. We've been dealing with a rollover crash. Westbound 5 12 west of Canyon. It's sitting over on the shoulder, so all lanes are open. But The visual distraction. That's enough to cause a solid 2.5 mile back up into the area. North bound four or five slow from 169 into Newcastle North and I if I was busy from the West Seattle Bridge to the convention center Apple of problems in Seattle. We've had a crash has been partially blocking our rant from 85th to south and my five a crash on right near it. South Walden that's partially blocking the roadway. Also, crews have closed our rent from Cloverdale, the South down 509 do the water and mud on the roadway. Our next Cuomo traffic at 8 44 report this time is sponsored by only or so the world class physicians had only Ortho West South sound. Why take a long, stressful drive one. Holy Ortho was right in your own backyard on the Ortho Has your back your knee. Your hip, your shoulder. You get it all the Ortho calm.
"david perdue" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The guy Benson show earlier in the program. We were joined by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. He's also the former governor of Georgia. And the cousin of David Perdue, the U. S senator who is up for re election today. In that run off race alongside Kelly Leffler with so much on the line, Sonny Perdue is the chief executive of that state for years. He knows it extremely well. He was part of my chat with Secretary Purdue about the race, the implications the state of Georgia and his cousin. There's all the big nationwide implications, but I want to narrow it very, very down to a personal level for you. Because David Perdue, one of the senators who is up for election here today, he's your cousin. You've known each other your whole lives. He went to business route you were. You were in politics there sooner than he was, and he's in really the political fight of his life. Talk about your relationship with Senator Purdue and what you've seen up close and personal with David Perdue over the course of decades. I'd like to do. I'd like to do that, because sometimes so much gets lost in all these TV ads back and forth, so I can tell you personally, Our fathers were brothers. We grew up in Middle Georgia with a large extended family and sort of a never quit whatever it takes kind of attitude are our fathers expected a lot and David. I grew up in that same expected the culture there. And where you were 34 years apart, played together cousins, My father farm that David's dad went into education, the superintendent of education for the local county And, uh, but he'd come out on the summers and we work together. We play together, played sports, and David took the corporate round. I took the small business route and he was very successful Leave find winding up his career as a CEO. Dollar general understands people in that way, understands policy. I understand that people won't government the work so He retired from dollar general came back to Georgia. He and Bonnie had a very comfortable life. Remember him coming to me in 2012 really concerned about the future of our country? And when Senator Saxby Chambliss decided not to run, he came and said, Sonny, we've gotta you gotta you gotta go do this. I said, Well, David, I've already done this and you need to go home. Look in the mirror. And he and they did s so it was a real call the public service. They had a very comfortable life in retirement. And yet David is there for the right reason He didn't need the job and the good thing about it. He's the same person that was six years ago. Washington hasn't changed him is the same character convictions and courage even against leadership when he thinks they're wrong. He had six years ago. Did you have any reluctance to counsel him to run for office? Because it's a rough business. As you know, sometimes politics ain't beanbag. Georgia politics can be very tough. And you know you've gone through that. And then your cousin now over the last few months is really experienced it It seems like every third commercial all over the state of Georgia is talking about what a rotten crook he is. Well, I warned him of all of that. Certainly, And he obviously no one could ever foresee these kind of run offs here in Georgia with the future of our country at stake, But the fact is, that's what I like even more about his candidacy. I told people all over Georgia Be supporting him, even if we weren't related. He was not my cousin because he's got kind of business policy analysts that analysis that didn't we need in Senate.
"david perdue" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Margins are expected to be tight in a state that went to Biden the presidential election by just 12,000 votes. Campaigns. Republicans Kelly Leffler and David Perdue and their Democratic challengers Raphael Warnock and John Aasif, have primarily focused on mobilizing voters. Head of January 5th. ABC is Michelle friends and spoke to ABC News political director Rick Klein about the upcoming races. Give me an idea what we can expect in these final hours before the runoff election. There's gonna be a flurry of campaign activity. Kamila Harris coming to Georgia and then Joe Biden and Donald Trump will both be there. Underscoring the stakes celebrities are coming in and out. In an interesting twist, Senator David Perdue is quarantining because he was exposed to covert 19. So there's remarkable teamwork in this race and really is the two Democrats versus the two Republicans. This is as big as it ever gets for runoff elections. Joe Biden will be president in three weeks time and whether he controls the Senate as well of the house, has he? No. Obvious implications on his legislative agenda, judicial and Cabinet appointments. The hearing schedule is set by the majority leader in Congress. So if that's Mitch McConnell he can effectively block and Republicans can effectively block any appointment. But Democrats winning both of these seats would give them a 50 50 Senate, which would give Vice President Harris as the president of the Senate, the ability to break ties. If either of both of these races fall to the Republicans, it means that Mitch McConnell has an effective veto power over the Biden agenda. Give us an idea of what's going on on the ground and what's been accomplished in Georgia canvassing looks different in the era of Copan 19. A lot of the work has to be virtual Thea Bility to have in person. Large events has been curtailed significantly. But voter registration has continued, including registering tens of thousands of voters who weren't registered for the first round of voting in November, either because they didn't make it. Deadline or because they weren't even eligible Get. Some voters turned 18 in the last two months, and a lot of it is educational. A lot of it is organizational. And the arguments that being made about getting involved really underscored the stakes that one state has this ability to shape the balance of power in the Senate in a way that's never happened before. All right, Let's talk about the candidates. David Perdue, isolating as you mentioned Democrats Raphael Warnock and John also for trying to unseat Purdue and Republican Kelly La Flor, Can they do it? It's an interesting line. Bull. Senators La Flor and Purdue come from business backgrounds. Senator Purdue won his seat six years ago. Senator Lawful or, on the other hand, was appointed to this seat..
"david perdue" Discussed on KOMO
"The finish line, Dr Drum, Adams Thank you so much. President Trump is one of many Americans traveling this weekend. He and President elect Joe Biden, a traveling to Georgia to make one final push in the state, as it decides who will control the Senate this coming Tuesday. Millions have already cast their ballots. Margins are expected to be tight in a state that went to Biden the presidential election by just 12,000 votes. Campaigns. Republicans Kelly Leffler and David Perdue and their Democratic challengers Raphael Warnock and John Aasif, have primarily focused on mobilizing voters. Head of January 5th. ABC is Michelle friends and spoke to ABC News political director Rick Klein about the upcoming races. Give me an idea what we can expect in these final hours before the runoff election. There's gonna be a flurry of campaign activity. Kamila Harris coming to Georgia and then Joe Biden and Donald Trump will both be there. Underscoring the stakes celebrities are coming in and out. In an interesting twist, Senator David Perdue is quarantining because he was exposed to covert 19. So there's remarkable teamwork in this race and really is the two Democrats versus the two Republicans. This is his biggest hit ever gets for Runoff election. Joe Biden will be president in three weeks time and whether he controls the Senate as well as the house, has he? No. Service implications on his legislative agenda, Judicial and Cabinet appointments. The hearing schedule is set by the majority leader in Congress. So that's Mitch McConnell he can effectively block and Republicans gun effectively block any appointment. But Democrats winning both of the seas would give them a 50 50 Senate, which would give Vice President Harris as the president of the Senate, the ability to break ties. If either of both of these races fall to the Republicans, it means that Mitch McConnell has an effective veto power over the Biden agenda. Give us an idea of what's going on on the ground and what's been accomplished in Georgia canvassing looks different in the era of Copan 19. A lot of the work has to be virtual Thea Bility to have in person. Large events has been curtailed significantly, but voter registration has continued, including Registering tens of thousands of voters who weren't registered for the first round of voting in November, either because they didn't make the deadline or because they weren't even eligible to get some voters turned 18 in the last two months, and a lot of it is is educational. A lot of it is organizational, and the arguments that being made about getting involved really underscore the states that one state has this ability to shape the balance of power in the Senate in a way that's never happened before. All right. Let's talk about the candidates. David Perdue, isolating as you mentioned Democrats Raphael Warnock and John also for trying to unseat Purdue and Republican Kelly La Flor. Can they do it? It's an interesting line up. Both senators La Flor and Purdue come from business backgrounds. Senator Purdue won his seat six years ago. Senator Lawful or, on the other hand, was appointed to this seat. When Senator Johnny Isakson fell ill. These two Republican senators have tied themselves. Extraordinarily close to trump On the Democratic side. Raphael Warnock was the pastor at the church where Martin Luther King Jr once held the pulpit. African American. It's someone who the Democrats really coalesce behind. The other Democratic candidate is Jon Ossoff's who came close but didn't quite win in a special election for a House seat a few years ago that came open Is only 33 years old. He'd be the youngest member of the Senate. The hope among Georgia Democrats is that they can activate and excite different parts of the Democratic coalition and that they could be sent to Congress together. ABC News Political director Recline Thank you. Hey, thank you..
"david perdue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"David Perdue and Kelly Leffler have now they long been opposed to just frankly, recklessly get doling out money to Americans because there was no plan for there was no there was no laser focus on who would receive the funds. So they had been opposed to now they've switched and they've taken a pro position on the $2000. Give away which is what it is that just think about. I can tell you people that I know very, very well. Who who fall within the income parameters that would make them eligible to receive this money. But they have not taken an economic hit at all. Not in the slightest and frankly they're spending less money now than they have. Historically, we're talking about young people, but but young up and campers they're well educated and gainfully employed and doing just fine. They have not taken a hit. And if they're looking at an infusion of more money it just to what end? I'm scratching my head trying to figure out what the president is doing. It, Um It looks as though he is trying to give a gift to my way of thinking. To the Democrats, and especially in this Georgia run off race. I'm just absolutely stumped by it, and I'm wondering, Am I alone on this or or do other see it the same way? Well, then I look at today's Wall Street Journal. And they've got a column I'll share with you. Here's what they had to say They titled this McConnell at the Bridge. President Trump has always put his personal interest above nearly everything else, and Republicans are paying the political price. Mr Trump lost his reelection reelection bid to Joe Biden. And now he may cost Republicans the Senate to Mr Trump lost his reelection bid, even as Republicans did better down ballot because more voters liked his politics than liked him. The president hewed to a largely conservative agenda as long as he needed to maintain GOP support. But now that he'll soon Lee Washington he's throwing that over to punish Republicans and anyone else. Refuses to indulge in his fantasies about overturning the election. That's the only explanation for his decision to join Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer in pushing for the $2000 covert relief checks after his own negotiators had settled for $600 and the bill had passed Congress. Mr Trump is trying to punish Mitch McConnell and the majority leader on gone soon a member of the Senate leadership because they have recognized that Mr Biden won the election. Treetops quarter is saying, Can you imagine if the Republicans stole a presidential election from the Democrats? All hell would break out? That was his tweet on Tuesday from Florida, he went on to say Republican leadership on Lee wants the path of least resistance. Our leaders parent technically not me, of course, are pathetic. They only know how to lose PS. I got many senators not sure what that means. They go on to say. Actually, GOP Senate Senator David Perdue won more votes and a bigger vote share than Mr Trump did in Georgia, and Mr Trump was the first Republican toe lose the state since 1992. Susan Collins also did better in Maine. Meanwhile, Mr Trump's personal and political unpopularity helped to drag down incoming Cory Gardner in Colorado. With two Georgia Senate seat runoff looming in in January, January 5th. Mr Trump seems intent on hurting the GOP chances while blaming Senate leaders in advance If the Republican incumbents lose Never mind that he has put Republicans on the spot by siding with Democrats on the $2000 checks. Mr McConnell tried to navigate this mudslide from Mar a Lago as best he could on Tuesday by announcing he'll hold a vote on the checks. Mr Trump's other demands in the future. The deal could include the $2000 checks, plus a repeal of section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act, plus an investigation of voter fraud. This is the right policy choice since the $2000 checks are unnecessary, and the truly needy have access to expanded jobless benefits, food stamps, child care subsidies and much, much more. As for the politics, this is damage control. Georgia Senator George Senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue quickly endorsed the $2000 checks, and Mr McConnell will take the heat for blocking them. Majority leader knows most GOP senators opposed, adding another three. They say 350 $million billion rather to the deficit while setting an awful precedent for the next recession. See how this plays out in Georgia. But the fault here isn't Mitch McConnell's. The Political damage to the GOP comes from Donald Trump, who is lashing out at all the sundry and defeat no matter if it helps also helps. You re elected Democratic Senate. So what do you think? What's your read on it? This is theirs is Does he have something up his sleeve? Is there something that will That will work out miraculously in the 11th hour of this, or maybe beyond the 11th hour and and turn this back around Or is the Wall Street Journal on to something here? What do you make of it? And I noticed as we as we look at these kinds of questions We have found ourselves in a very unique situation. You talk about council culture. We talk about that quite often. And it's not just the progressive woke people who are in support of canceling the thoughts and expressions of people with whom they disagree. But it seems as though in general politics it's the same thing. It's not enough to to to completely and totally support your candidate. Your party. You cannot speak ill of them. But you also have to cancel others who do who call things out where they're wrong and put them in the context of your own personal life. He's your best friend in the whole world. Look out your spouse, your your loved ones, your significant other and you agree on absolutely everything. Well, I don't think you do, and that would be a very, very, very unusual set of circumstances. I believe so what? What is the consequence? What are the casualties of losing the ability? Respectfully point out areas of disagreement because you can really see how this we have shifted into. I think a very, very dangerous area. I like the idea of looking at all different sides and reaching a conclusion. I know people who cannot admit that Donald Trump as president did some very good things, and I believe he did. But conversely, there are those people who cannot best they could do not seem to be able to admit that perhaps sometimes he's made some errors and that some of his own personality and comportment Have interfered with the success that he's enjoyed politically and has had a negative impact on those around him. What do you make about 808? 34 15 38 108 34 15 30 As we work away the pro through the program. I want to get into some lighter hearted stuff as we approach the end of the year, But much more conversation your calls coming up right after this. Don't go away. This sounds from the.
"david perdue" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"There's David Perdue and Kelly Leffler and two of their Democratic challengers. The result will determine who controls the Senate for the next two years. Speaking with Salem radio this week, Florida Senator Rick Scott summarized would a Democratic agenda would look like under a Charles Schumer majority active spring cord so You know you could. He's gonna infringe on your person. Second Amendment rights. He went to great new deal which will cost us our whole field room, the whole economy and it cost us five times your annual GDP. He wants Medicare for all, which basically ruined the Medicare program and 650 million people off the private health care. He doesn't care about law enforcement. And when it comes to confirming presumptive the Biden nominees, Scott explains the criteria by which he and fellow GOP senators will use in their evaluation. I'm not support people that support the green New deal. I'm not supporting people wouldn't want to infringe your secondment, right? I'm not going to support people that want to bankrupt our country, and I think Republicans in the same position we're going to make sure We stand up for American citizens. Congress will remain in session for the weekend, working on a covert 19 relief and spending bill. The joint resolution is agreed to a two day stopgap spending bill was passed by Congress Friday night. But talks on a covert 19 economic relief package still aren't finalized. The covert relief and government funding talks will go into the weekend with House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer telling members I'm announcing that there will be no vote tomorrow in the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell. As of right now we have not yet reached and final agreement, although there Our differences. Lawmakers on all sides say they must get.
"david perdue" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Ago. I'm here because I stand with President Donald Trump. Way stand with Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Leffler. And together with your two great senators were fighting every day for integrity and our elections. They were fighting every day to hold the line and saved the majority in the United States Senate and again Vice President Mike Pence speaking there in Augusta, Georgia, they defend the majority rally. The Justice Department reviewing Joe Biden's son, hunters alleged overseas business dealing with Chinese nationals. The sparks business networks, Hilary von with the latest hunter. Biden had business relationships with Chinese nationals linked to the Communist government, and those connections turned out millions of dollars in cash flow. The money trail detailed in the report follows Hunter Biden's business relationship with two Chinese businessmen. Yes, a G and Ming and gone When Deng, whose connections to the Chinese Communist government were extensive in 2017 in September, Hunter opened a line of credit with his right hand man. Gone. Wen dung under the business name Hudson West three. That same account had credit cards. Given the Hunter Biden, Joe Biden's brother, James and his wife, Sarah. The three of them use those credit cards to spend $100,000 on things like restaurants, hotels and Apple products. Checking your money this hour. The Dow's down 88 points the S and P. 500 down nine. The NASDAQ's up 36 double drama l traffic and weather. Next set up your Amazon echo to hear Chris Plante weekdays 92 new. We talk about all this funny stuff. How can you not left for one time set up, Say Alexa enable W.
"david perdue" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It on this radio station that you're listening to. We've got 17 stations around Georgia that carry the Mike Gallagher show. I'll bet your arse off. And war knock or now I've got a another. I've got Eric Hanson, my operations manager. On the case to try to find out Why there's back to back to back to back. I just saw him toss off commercial, and I don't usually talk about internal matters like this, But I want you to know I'm frustrated along with you. But that's what we're up against. The left is pouring millions of dollars of advertising into this. These the Senate run offs, and I promise you I promise you Americans are Georgians are being influenced by these acts. And again, it's out of our control. That surely out of my hands. You think I run run? Nine. John ASHA for Senate commercials on my own stream. We're on the radio station that carries my show. But I'm also hearing lots of David Perdue Edge. I'm here. A lot of count Kelly Leffler Ranch. And, incidentally, to the to the campaigns of Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. I'm here for you guys. I know they're your candidates are busy and I know we're going to get some time with both of the candidates this week. You've got to give me a few minutes, please. I don't know what's going on Why my producer Derek Klingle has been having some challenges, securing a time for candidate for for senators, Purdue and Leffler, But to any decision makers for either of those campaigns who may be listening, because I know you monitor and you guys listen. You want to be on This show with millions of listeners, including 17 George affiliates. So I don't want to listen, because I'm Erin some dirty laundry. Let me let me express my frustration with that too. Right now. Is that ain't good. What the heck is the present and poor? Derek is running up against a brick wall. And I'm about to have to pull in the heavy hitters to convince somebody And on the campaigns of David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. You got a willing enthusiastic advocate in my Gallagher, who traveled to Georgia to fight for you. You guys, you gotta you gotta talk to our audience. We're trying to help you get get elected. And we're here for you. And I don't want I don't like the wind. Well, maybe I do. I kind of I kind of do wine, don't I? Maybe I'm a little bit of wider and I'm whining that we haven't had him on already. Now we're here, you know? Although all week we're here all week tip your waitresses. But we need to interview Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Leffler. And I'm sure they could spare a few minutes for us. We'll tape it at night. We could do whatever you want. You can't not. You can't shut us out when we're coming when he when we're here, fighting for you guys. And again I don't want to. Have you think there's any products these guys air slammed and I get it. Both campaigns are just buried with media requests, and they're traveling and they're campaigning and they're fighting, so I'm not trying to cast any shade on either one of them. But if anybody from any influencers from Purdue or levelers campaign or listening, you got to give Derek Klingle my producer a day and a time for our interview this week, because you're why we're here. And believe me, I'm a little bit frustrated at seeing these Ausaf commercials at mike online dot com over and over and over and hearing us off and war, not commercials. They're trying to reach as many people as they can. And They want to responsive audience. I mean, let me give you an idea of what a responsive audience sounds like and what a responsive audience does. All this month. I've been featuring Prison Fellowship Ministry. This is a campaign. Give Christmas presents to the Children of prisoners in America. That's the prison fellowship Ministries called the Angel Tree campaign. And I'm very, very proud of my colleagues. All of our all of the other host to it. And Prager and Elder Metaxas. I mean, Gorka, we're all we're all on the same page. Doing? God's work here and you're you're making contributions to get these kids Christmas presents. These are the Children of American prisoners. These air Children of men and women incarcerated and Children who wonder if their mom or dad still loves them Because they're they're not going to be with them at Christmas. They're going to be in jail. Prison fellowship. Delivers Christmas presents with these kids, which include not only a gift. Not only a message from their mom or dad in prison But the gospel but a Bible Costs just $22 to sponsor one child. I've got a lot of people who are putting in $500 that will reach 25. Children for $500.1000 dollars will reach 50 Children. 50 Children will have Christmas saved. And I am so proud of my colleagues. One of the shows 1867 Children, another show doing really great 2000 and 57 Children,.
"david perdue" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What are you gonna give us 22 Alabama's Morning news? I'm Katie joins our political strategist Ryan Cash and take a look at what is happening over there in Georgia Over the weekend. Ryan, Welcome back in. Thanks for being here. Good morning. Thank you. So President Trump made the appearance, obviously pushing for Republicans get out and vote or we could lose the Senate. How do you think he was received? There was some Republicans thought he might do more damage than good going in. You know what I thought he did a great job. He was clear again and again and again, he said, Go vote for Purdue and less ler. Um, you know, I get that the base on drunk himself are still working through all of the issues around the election, and he's still vehemently believes that the election was stolen from him. But he was clear, he said, if you wanna do something to the Democrats But I don't want to use the word revenge but show up and vote in record numbers. And so it was loud earlier. Yeah. Amen to that now they were supposed to be a number of debates. Couple. Actually, David Perdue did not one of, you know, debate John us off. And in that race now, that's not unusual. There's been other cases. In fact, Tommy Tuberville did not debate that Jones here in this Senate race here. Governor Ivy didn't debate when she was up by so many points. Same scenario here is David Perdue that far ahead. Yeah. Yeah, similar scenario. Certainly in that every campaign I've been on where debates are on the table before winning. We want to do fewer debates, and if we're losing, we want to do more debates. In the case of Purdue. There were already two debates, and I think the campaign was standing on firm ground when they said Look, Voters are gonna learn anything new about these candidates. Not a good use of time. Um, And I think Jon Ossoff's proved just debating alone is a very awkward, very weird. Not particularly productive thing to do. Let's talk about the debate that did take place with Kelly La Flor in Raphael Warnock Warnock, the challenger, the Democrat and Senator Leffler. I mean, these guys were at each other's throats. It seemed most of the night. Well, yeah, I mean, look at the amazing thing was, is how little discussion the next 60 years for these, uh, Senate candidates, Regardless of who wins, You know, there was very little discussion of the future relative to these discussions of the culture war issues of the present. Um and I thought that that was just it reflected the fact that this is going to be a base turnout election that there isn't a whole lot of Undecided middle the ground, you know, independent swing voter types. This is who can get the base fired up the best, and so both really weren't debating each other. They were speaking to the respective bases. I think you're right, too. I think there's frustration not only in this debate, but other debates as well. When it comes to just, you know. Well, I'm not really bring any new policies or I don't bring any new thoughts towards the future. I'm just going to slam my opponent. I mean, Warnock was slamming her for catering to white supremacy, which I don't know if that's true or not. She was slamming him for the comments he's made about police. Basically wanting to defund and calling him street thugs, I guess or whatever his comment was, but it was an ugly I mean to the point of people watching or listening. Turned it off and sit up. I'm not. I'm not taking any more of this. Well, I think with the debate like this, you know the key. The first thing is to do no harm right, so they didn't want to both candidates didn't want to make any mistakes. The second thing is that it's on a national stage, which is very unusual. And so there's huge fundraising potential. You got to think beyond the base of Georgia voters that they're trying to get out there trying to activate a base nationwide that could be potential donors in a race that combined is gonna probably spend upwards of a half billion dollars Here in just a two month period of time. And so, yeah, I mean the talking. They were talking past each other right? They were just both sticking to their talking points. Because the audience wasn't necessarily the TV viewership for voters. It was the TV viewership who could open their pocketbooks. I mean, Kelly, La Flor hit radical liberal Raphael Warnock so many times that the phrase radical liberal was 20 trending on Twitter nationwide yesterday. Well, whether you wanna believe it or not, they're certainly a lot of smoke around the fact that this presidential election Had problems and may have so far has been, you know, to the extent of being stolen from President Trump. Investigations continue despite the fact that the president still is getting some pushback from judges. Now we're nothing to see here. Let's move along. William Barr didn't help. I mean, we have seen that there were requests from Georgia over here in Alabama for people to vote in this election. Do you anticipate you smell the potential of rats again in this election? Could this be problematic? Well, there's definitely room for shenanigans and fraud. I think one of the things that we're going to see that different compared to the November election is how concentrated the attention is in Georgia. And so all of the election integrity efforts have been pulled in from other states and are now going to be concentrated in Georgia to ensure that there's a free and fair election that takes place. And look, you know, I think there's a There's another story. You're too and set the mainstream media over the last four years we've seen they think Trump supporters. They're just stupid, and so what they do is they go and they find the You know the handful of people willing to say they have doubts about the election and that they're not going to go vote January, Fez, and they try to portray that as some sort of growing insurgent political movement that's going to give the Republican Party Huge heartburn and in perpetuating that story, they're actually participating in Republican voter suppression and so much the bottom line of all of it is, I think Trump supporters are actually a lot wiser to what's going on. Then the media gives him credit for and ultimately will show up in those record numbers that Donald Trump is called for. All right. Couple of quick questions we got about 30 seconds. Whatever the polling numbers, showing as far as the Senate race in Georgia goes And if you're a betting man, does the Senate maintain, you know Republicans maintain control? Yeah, a dead he all of the polling. Whether it's real clear politics average or some of the other individual outfits. They're in Georgia all show and incredibly tight election. And if I'm a betting man, I'm betting on Republicans continuing to maintain control. I think structurally, Georgia remains that center right state and it will. It will go Republican for both Senate seats in January. Well, God willing, Thank you so much. Ryan casts and always good to chat with you. Thanks for being here..
"david perdue" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"If you don't vote, the Socialists and the Communists win, they went ther socialist sacred are Jonah's off. And, uh, Rafiah, warning the Communists in Cuba want them to win because the left wing in the United States is soft on communism. Soft on Cuba. Soft on Venezuela Soft on everything. They're soft on the CCP. We need the Senate to fully fund the military. We need the Senate. With David Perdue and Kelly warning to fully fund the military. National Security depends upon David Perdue and Kelly Leffler winning and that means you've got to go and register to vote. Now you can follow me on Twitter. If you want to get the link. Hugh Hewitt, Follow me on Facebook. Follow me on YouTube. My YouTube channel will put up the harsh burger interview and the victorious parts. Interview. But I also want you to become a member in the universe. It's a great Christmas present. And when you do that, can we go to the weather Center? You also get Generalisimo the Aftershow and the weather Center Every what time is the aftershow Are you doing Are you working during Christmas? I am to see it through Fridays is one to do the aftershow. It is 8 P.m. eastern 5 P.m. Pacific. Your head is right in the way of the sign. For the after show. There it is. Dwayne Patterson. The aftershow. You can go there. Hugh Hewitt that come a great Christmas present cost pennies a day And soon the weather center will be there..
"david perdue" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Like to Joe Biden will be able to easily push through his policy agenda. But if Republicans keep control of the upper chamber, they will be able to interfere with his plans Incumbent Republican Senator Kelly Leffler facing off against Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock on Sunday, Leffler refusing to say whether or not she believes the presidential election was rigged. It's very clear that there were issues in this election. There are 250 investigations open, including an investigation into one of my opponents, organizations for voter fraud, and we have to make sure that Jordan Trust this process because of what's at stake in this election, and Senator David Perdue was also expected to debate his Democratic challenger, Jon Ossoff's but pulled out the reason that we're losing thousands of people per day. This virus is because of the arrogance of politicians like David Perdue so arrogant that he disregarded public health expertise and so arrogant that he's not with us here today to answer questions and President elect Joe Biden. Under pressure over his Cabinet picks, Biden has been under continued pressure to appoint a diverse cabinet. Now he's also getting calls for a black woman to become the fourth highest ranking official at the Department of Justice. Several progressive groups reportedly urged President elect Biden to make good on His commitment for a more equal and just legal system and other groups have been ramping up pressure for Biden to choose more black and Hispanic people for top Cabinet posts. California Congresswoman Karen Bass, who was on Biden's VP shortlist, noted that when Vice President elect Kamila Harris departs the Senate there will be no African American women in the upper house, and she said she's willing to step into that role if asked. That's Fox's Jackie on me Reporting America.
"david perdue" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Gotta be a first time. But the truth is, they were right. We've never lost that election. What winning this election? The president was campaigning on behalf of the state's two Republican senators who faced runoff elections. David Perdue and Kelly Leffler face Democrats John all soft and Raphael Warnicke in the January 5th election. Paris residents are cleaning up after a day of unrest. Police brutality protests became violent. On Saturday, demonstrators smashed in storefront windows and set cars on fire in the streets. And officers answered with tear gas. Nearly two dozen arrests were reported on Saturday. The protests are in response to the government's consideration of a security bill that would step up surveillance and make it harder to post images of police. On Social media and the White House is ending five cultural exchange programs with China. The Trump Administration claims the programs were being used as propaganda by the Chinese state. And had no benefits to the U. S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told CBS News. The programs were paid in full by the Chinese government and were quote soft power propaganda tools. He went on to say America welcome spare exchange of any cultural programs that are mutually beneficial. Jim Forbes. 11, Southern California counties were tightening restrictions to try and slow the spread of coronavirus. Phil Farar has more health officials say ICU bed capacity for the region is 12%, dropping well below the state mandated stay at home order of 15. San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Pleasure says. We are in unchartered territory. We're dealing with a global pandemics the likes of which we have never seen in our lifetime. County Chairman Greg Cox is San Diego is within the ICU limit, but he doesn't believe her long this Urge is unsustainable. The guidelines me no restaurant dining inside her out. Hair nail salon's closed and worship only outside Pacific Gas and Electric says it may soon implement another round of public safety..
"david perdue" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Big 10 football returns this weekend, apparently so they're they're all very excited. Everybody's very excited about this. Football continues. The Ravens are doing well. Everybody's excited about that. We've got a presidential election coming up. Everybody seems angry about that. Everybody's freaking out over this. Is amazing to me. It really is amazing to me. You do, Senator David Perdue. Georgie? You probably don't know. Oh, David Purdue is because you don't need to know who David Purdue is. But he got into trouble. With the thought police. Over what? He It was a joke, right? He was at an event with the president. And he mispronounced the name Camilla. If you have to pronounce it, Ala Kum like it's like a French person. They say. You know what my saying That's different than you. Did you say Camilla? Kamala any kind of its problematic It wasn't 20 minutes ago before she wass. The vice presidential choice of Joe Biden. But when she became the VP choice of Joe Biden, it was a scandal and mispronounced her name. I remember the day that she was announced. And Richard Good state was on with Tucker Carlson. And he kept on Tucker pronounced her name. However, he pronounced your name, but it wasn't how she pronounces her name. Apparently. And he said, Well, you need to pronounce. Show the respect to say her name properly like, how the hell did you say her name? It's it's spelled like it is. It's pronounced like it's spelled K A M A. L, A camellia. No. Everybody knows that the first a pronounced like Oh, and it's pronounced comma like a comma with a lot at the end of it, Okay, that doesn't make any sense. Cause it's not spelled like comma. Carol. See instead. Okay. Oh, if it's supposed to be pronounced, like an O. You can put a no in there. There's nothing stopping you, but okay. I get it. That's she's weird. Everybody knows somebody like is really annoying about how they pronounce their name rather than just getting over it. Correcting it Over time. No, no, no. Camel. Harris has never really been like that, as far as I know, noticed until she became the vice presidential nominee, and then it freed up the left to say that it is racist to mispronounce her name and think pieces have been written in major publications in this country about out his pronouncing her name. Is racist and you ask yourself. How is that racist and seek not logic in the ways of the left. You're never going to find it. Don't even bother trying. So when David Perdue at a rally, mispronounced her name, he then Sort of made a joke about it. Made a joke about it. And he caught hell for that joke. This is going to be cut. 10. This is David Perdue. At a rally. Making fun of you can even call it that. Kamala Harris is name cut. 10. Go ahead. I don't know. Whatever. Whatever. He's just having fun. Yet so many Democrats have gone absolutely crazy about this Hawaii senator Brian Chance who is just an incredibly stupid person. I mean, he's actually Relative to Maisy Hirono. He might be the smart one might be Watch the video. It was not an accident. He's not sorry because David Perdue was badgered into apologizing for it. Who's badgered into apologizing for it. TV producer and writer for the Daily Beast. Scott Porch. David produces a racist. His opponent is not. He doesn't signal dog whistle slurs to Georgians. Making fun of signalling dog with a dog whistle, you know, like the like the people in the country were unaware. That Kamala Harris is black until they heard David Perdue. Make fun of her name. And then suddenly, like, Oh, my God! I woke up my inner racist. Let's do this. This is great. I didn't thank you. God for showing me that this woman was not white. Even though that's what 95% of what's written instead of outer in all the coverage of the wonderful she's historic. My God, she's a historic. Did you know the chief's historic if I mentioned the cheese, historic But he's a racist dog whistle. David Axelrod, Barack Obama's campaign manager. Tweeted out. Senator David Perdue serves on the Senate committee with Kamala Harris. He knows damn well how to pronounce her name. This cheap pandering at yesterday's Donald Trump rally has created a backlash against Purdue, and it should And it should. Did you realize that in that short six second clip that we just played that you were witnessing a hate crime taking place? Did you know that? Did you call the FBI? Or will you just wait for them to contact you? Because obviously they've got to be going to every American in the country so that people will know that this sort of racism will not stand. I shall not stand. Everybody's Gandalf. They shall not pass. We must destroy this kind of horrible, horrible racism. Oh, by the way, have you noticed that the Democrats make fun of the way Republicans talk the way the Republicans look. And by Republicans. You don't have to look at many of them. But just Donald Trump. Huge, huge, big Lee. How many times have you heard a Democrat mark that That racist. God, It was a horrible, horrible racist actually get probably They're Democrats or his hair. His looks. Nancy Pelosi called him morbidly obese. It's a horrible Why's she body shaming him. They have no standards They make this stuff is they go up. They go along and everybody on the left goes right along with it said he said, Camilla, calm a llama Lama Ding dong like Oh, okay, rather than just going alright, David, Very chicken boy. There you go. There's your response. There's a way to handle it. Not Oh, he's such a racist. I had no idea I do declare. I've never heard anything so racist in my whole wide. Well and you've let her charmed life if you're able to get upset about this. If this is what constitutes race days than racism is done, it's over. We're going to stick a fork in it. Let's call it a day. Racism is over. Mispronouncing a name. In the middle of a speech that is not pronounced the way it's spelled. Because when whose word do we have to go on it? We have her word to go on it. I want to know from her parents if they're still alive, If this is the actual pronunciation of it, I want to know why they didn't spell it with an oh, they were so afraid of the racist attacks on their sweet, sweet, nourishing daughter. By mispronouncing her name. Then why would they spell it in a way that is not pronounced. Right? We got to get to the bottom of these things in the name of Officer something. Give me Let's play David Perdue again just to put a fine point on how stupid these people are. He's clearly speaking. And he meant to say it..