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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

07:04 min | 5 months ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Goes to Deanna Lorraine. Now, do you know the Anna Lorraine is good. Me neither. But her bio says she ran for election to the U. S house to represent California's 12 congestion Congressional district she lost in the primary election on March 30 2020. Our congressional campaign website described her the YouTube post conservative political commentator and author of a book making Love Great Again and a host of her show, winning the coach war with Deanna Lorraine. Professional experience includes working as a self employed life and relationship coach and other manager in marketing NPR. Yeah, never heard of her. OK, I just know she seemed to get attention from time to time trolling rappers. Ah, couple of weeks ago, she came a Cardi B and said that the world needs less Cardi B and more Melania Trump. Try to be responded to Deanna and said very eloquently, didn't she? As in Melania used to sell that wop? Look up in a cold bath for Carnaby. This morning, we'll actually last night. Her tweets were interesting before we get the washing getting donkey today. This morning. Let me read you a couple of these last night. Six hours ago, she tweeted. Our president was able to destroy Joe Biden in that debate while having cov. The man is a machine No Conway of the machine and she said, praying for you at really Donald Trump. Hashtag Trump has cold. Then two hours ago, she tweeted. I'm just going to say what we're all thinking Trump was fine until the debate. What a setup microphones and podiums for him. Incubation period is usually two or three days he test positive. A couple of days after the debate, I put nothing past the left Nothing Hashtag. Trump has Kobe Who the hell's thinking that What is thinking that alright, never mind affect, Trump said Covert was a hoax. He doesn't wear a mask. He's always attending large gatherings and his aide Hope Hicks caught Kobe. None of that could possibly lead to him having cold. Just blame it on the Democrats setting him up at the goddamn debate. Okay. All right. All right, anyway, just painting a picture for the type of person Deanna seems to be attention is what she wants. So attention is what she shall receive. Now yesterday, October 1st at 3 11 PM and a now deleted tweet, the Ana Lorraine said, And I quote Nicki Minaj just had a child court. You'd That's it? That's the tweet The Pettis, Nicki, Minaj and Kin If you just just joining us. Welcome to child yesterday. Congratulations to them in an era where the black maternal desperate is through the roof. I'm always pleased when black babies have bought into this world and everybody is healthy and alive after the facts and saluted Pettis, I just don't understand how there are people on this planet that is so evil. That a child could be brought into this world and for nothing more than attention. Likes and retweets. Impress. Somebody like Deanna Lorraine would tweet out. Poor kid Now, last time did I check making Manav had a net worth of $100 million. In fact, she's the first female rapid ever earned $100 million. I know Money isn't the end all be all their kids born to rich people. Poor character every day. But what is Nicki Minaj ever done to warrant this Wicked witch of the West? The ancillary to say anything less than congratulations in regard to her new job? Okay, Deanna, Didn't your mama ever tell you And if you don't got nothing nice to say, then shut the f up forever. Like why all of foul stuff We see your president saying, Do have you never once uttered the words poor bear? Poor of Uncle poor Don Poor Eric. I don't even know if those trumps kids names. It is inherit great. It doesn't matter nobody can. The point is how can you have a book called Making Love? Great again when you clearly don't have any love in your heart If you want to make love great again. Start with yourself. I can look at your Twitter timeline and tell that you are hurt human. You are a walking womb on Leah walking wound with tweet out some nonsense like this about a black woman who just had a baby. A baby that is worth more than you right now. Now I noticed you deleted the tweet because those damn Bob's bobs. I know we have had a complicated relationship over the years. But I have always appreciated the barbs. Petty I I really do. And today we need to have a petty party barbs. It's almost like the celebration for the Pettis. Okay. Nicky Kenneth In the new C barbs, he and his instagram is Deanna for Congress. I repeat her instagram is Deanna Full Congress as D E. A And a F O R c e O N G R E s That's our Instagram. It's time for a petty party on behalf of the Pettis Oku made her delete her tweet yesterday. What you could do better I seen you do better bobs I've seen you do better than that. Okay? I think if you bob, put your mind to it, you could make her put our instagram on private. I really do owe you got all weekend. No rush. Just focus. See? After Deanna. There was another guy named Dean Browning. He tweeted Nicki Minaj is giving birth to a child today. If it is a girl, A prey does not turn out like her mother. If it is a boy, I prayed does not turn out like his father. Bless that child. It will need a lot of world guidance. Wow, James with his Twitter At Dean Browning pH. Now mind you. These are people running for political office If I'm not mistaken, Dan Browning. I mean, Dean Browning is a Republican politician in Pennsylvania attempting to run for Congress. I don't know why all of these people that are attempting to run for Congress coming for Nikki are just coming for black female rap is the way that they do. But at Dean Browning pH on 20 is his name. And what you Bob need to know is it was influenced to tweet that because the honor Day All I'm saying, yo, Bart, This is all a crucial is saying, if you don't make a really social media example out of somebody, then they're going to keep trying. Nicki and her new baby, So y'all got to protect the Pettis. By being pay, Okay? Her instagram is Deanna for Congress. But you didn't get that from me. The A and a F O R c E o N g. R E S S Deanna for Congress on Instagram and the guy on Twitter Death at Dean Browning Ph D E A N d r O w N N i n g P A. That's on Twitter A. Bob's got work to do. React accordingly. So on Monday, I can come in here and say the annular reign was Dapena at the bar of Social Media Petty Party this weekend for kids. Please let Chelsea handler give Deanna Lorraine the biggest he Ha! Hey, Ha! Hey, Ha! That is way too much down men is Manny was Manny's was heavy in that one. Come on, Bob's I know you could do this. Bob's a. I need the bar to get busy this week. Memories. Yeah, they got the memo and white folks the same energy I'll be giving us when we got here. All right? Absolutely all right now when we come back, let's talk about your President Donald Trump and his wife. They have Corona virus. You think it's a allegedly really got it. Let's talk about 100 5851051. It's the breakfast club. Good morning breakfast..

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Worth it that would make me angry that has me upset. what else should we talk about jobs six million new jobs remember Barack Obama saying all president trial or Donald Trump thinks it all these manufacturing jobs are just gonna come back to America what does he have a magic wand yes he does Sir it's called lower taxes. right it's called bringing manufacturing back sure. its basic economics you lower taxes. employers can hire more people more people are making money they have money to spend they go out with their families they infuse money into the economy and so the cycle goes it's basic economics that president Obama didn't seem to grasp. Debbie in the south hills go ahead welcome to KDKA dear. first of all I want to tell you that I love your show when you first came over I wasn't sure because I never saw you on the news but I love your show thank you the reason I'm calling you I I would like to make a suggestion for you last night I'd listen to Jim beau Hannon interview a young lady from California name Piana Lorraine and she running against Nancy Pelosi for Congress. he is the branch of fresh air and I think she would be great as an interview for you because she has so much common sense and she is just wonderful and she said either she doesn't wear and she's not going away and I just wanted to bring her here attention because I had never heard of her before Deanna Lorraine I owe you know what I've got my best people on it I'm delighted that you gave me the heads up and while I see if we can do it. he was wonderful everything she said a gates makes so much sense and she's like here's the thing that we need to bring the family unit back to your country and like I said her her basic does a wonderful well I appreciate that thank you for tipping me off Hey Cindy up Matt I see that you're on hold we have two lines open eight six six three nine one ten twenty the whole next of the next half hour is for you guys so join the conversation on one.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Later at the end of for Congress because you can sign up and actually make sure that your account is for well good luck to you together. thank you so much I appreciate you having me on and get your popcorn ready to give me an exciting ride. sounds sounds sounds while I do thank you again the end has other commitments and is unable to stick with us we will continue related topics here at the one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six I said brimaz command someone willing to to go into the lion's den if you will of San Francisco which is a pretty liberal enclave and challenge Nancy Pelosi if you were to hold let's see let's say to seventy percent of the vote just figure I picked out of thin air that would be a moral victory I don't know that anybody's ever held as he blows it is seventy percent of the vote so suffice it to say that's a maybe we should probably remember for some context another Deanna Lorraine again the you to post concert really political commentator and author of making love great again. a breath of fresh air I would honestly say. the the posters of the world is really not going anywhere and unfortunately they are but just by a considerable body of of public opinion I mean there's no question about the fact that the below sea is quite popular she's a popular among the people who probably don't listen to program such as this and that's one of the of the problems that we have in this country today of of of talking only with people who are of a similar view points you don't learn a lot that way but again I wish you well I I don't think that there is very much in which as she's going to be the next Congress woman from the twelve congressional district of California but at the same time as she noted if you in fact hold people accountable you have accomplished a great deal and that is important and that somebody will be doing this even have Nancy Pelosi never appears on the same stage with the adult array in a highly likely prospect that fact remains that she's going to be held accountable some might I guess call this a clean of San Francisco day of action a stunt. perhaps it is but it also will accomplish some real good some actual filthy areas will get cleaned up and that's a positive thing and it will highlight so the real problems that exist in this country as opposed to some of the made up problems that people like Nancy Pelosi pedal as a part of their grubby political wears one eight six six five oh Jimbo is our number.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Commentator the author of the book making love great again and also you to host and the she's running for Congress against the incumbent in the California twelve congressional district essentially San Francisco Nancy Pelosi you've probably heard of her has posi even bothered to acknowledge your existence. not a knowledge my existence bad but I'm sure the time will come soon really I mean I mean why why would she have to really just have to debate you of a few dozen really given given her standing and the lack of anything that I see that probably under cuts are I I happen to like the the depth of your intellectual offerings but that's not going to be a love for in terms of getting her attention you have to threaten her politically before you're going to have our attention. well I you know of course but I don't even know if she wanted she was smart she wouldn't because then that would actually get more oxygen to my argument right and loosely yeah literally leading impeachment VS this is NPR which transistors this is that Russia gate fifty four and if the Democrats are accusing someone of something you can take it to the bank that it is they the Democrats were guilty of the very same crime on Nancy is doing this we know that this is just a smoke screen. change of what he's doing some fighting on already divided country and disgracing the fifty million class three for Americans and voted for trans gender she walked in well I I think the did probably Nancy Pelosi that I've always said was a lot better politician the and a person involved in the actual governing or legislating and she can count votes and I think she's well aware of the fact that her speakership which is to say being third in line to the presidency and having all kinds of extra security have extra money you get for being speaker that's all in jeopardy along with chairmanships for people like Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler if in fact the Democrats who were elected forty one of them elected in twenty eighteen print districts of Donald Trump carried in twenty sixteen they all were to lose and certainly voting for impeachment would would be a leg up on their opposition come November of twenty twenty they were all lose he would then be the minority leader. so I mean I don't think that I think she was dragged kicking and screaming to the she's tried to to make virtue out of necessity but I think that she really felt that her leadership of the democratic caucus was in jeopardy if she did not go along with this notion of impeachment idle bigger hard Senate frankly I really don't. whether her heart in it or not then it's a cowardly thing to not do what's really right by representing Americans and what we voted and now basically if he's being represented by the slide in being intimidated and only five replies and what kind of a leader is bad for America. no we are being Catholic Americans are being Catholic five her logic on the crime readership we deserve to have our vote count we deserve to have a president and his agenda that we voted in. I would agree I have no no problem with with what you're saying and I have yet to see the impeachable offenses that so they're out there I mean it as I've said before the program that you I think will you will if Donald Trump as any overdue parking tickets will learn about them before November of twenty twenty. of course you know in and then they made it very clear that even before he was he he was elected and they said that if he is elected that they are going to find a way to get a marine that they were going they're going to find the crime and if they can't find a crime they're going to create a crime. hill that is basically a game and and we as Americans we deserve better well I would I would concur I think we deserve better also now that I I would like to ask you a little bit about your your book which is with that intriguing title of making love great again we got did the some of that I guess with the caller Mandy from Cleveland but but in essence what what are you saying in that book. well there's a couple things what I mean by love I mean the relationship between men and women which is obviously essential in the central building blocks for a strong nation we have a strong relationship between men and women because that creates a strong family unit on strong families crater from country so by saying love I mean the relationship between men and women love for our family unit and love for our fellow Americans. and love for our country and for our country it is those areas that are nothing and those areas that we really need to bring back to the store a country and surely make it great that's what I mean by making last great again your it a millennial how did you avoid is being dragged over to the dark side. I I you know I have no idea I just I I think that is something that I am I feel fortunate about I do come from a family of mostly Republicans who are very hard working and and really created their businesses from the ground up I really came from a very at a family that really grounded me and my beliefs and like I said there was a very fine college and after that that I was a little bit indoctrinated and and I I was thinking and I was a liberal for a couple years but then when Obama. got into awful I became very suspicious. and definitely by his second year at second term I realize there's something really wrong with that and there's something really wrong with the way this is leading the country I don't agree with that I started really really resisting these kind of identity politics sorry I felt like he was inviting us much more than bringing us together and then it kind of went over went from there so I think it's just a matter of really only doing your research and really being aware of a pattern. but I I look at that I I work as a relationship coach with couples in the singles and with individuals and their personal lives like a few hundred feet ideology the liberal ideology affecting them say was more to come Deanna Lorraine aghast and again.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Nine. Well, we have our friend of the show back. Deanna Lorraine tonight. She is the author of make love great again and also podcast of a show called make love great again. Dion. Welcome back rates evacuating. Nice to see you. You talk about a lot of things including try not to get a glare their masculinity. The war on men, we might have overstepped a little bit. And all these things were doing. So I guess I just want to talk a little bit about your book and the state of America today with all thanks date of America. The thing I love about Lorraine is I just tell her to go. And she goes, she's got some great. Thanks. So the contents of your book chapter one starts right off what I would like to do. Yeah. Some topic on it. Will do that women's liberation whereas gotten us, so I'm going to get lots of tomatoes thrown at me? I'm sure as usual but women's liberation while they were while it was good. You know, we got the right to vote and the right to own property, and there were many things and good for them. They did a lot of good star mothers grandmothers. Did a lot of good Lord. That was a great wave of feminism. But after that things started to take a little bit of a dark turn and the later waves of feminism, as you might already know has been more about trying to make men and women exactly one hundred percent equal. Now, I believe that we're already equal in value. We are equal an intrinsic value. But we are different. I mean science has proven that we have differences in our brain and our behavior both great quality gender has great things going for that. And we were made to complement each other and be a team and not compete with each other. And what the later waves of feminism has done as turned. In turn this into an ugly competition where men and women are on opposite sides of the fence and competing with each other. Instead of a beautiful complimentary team a synergistic relationship where both of our differences can complement each other. Because they do we're supposed to be have this beautiful synergistic relationship and not to mention what it's also doing the later waves of feminism had turned it really into man bashing and castrating of men, and it's not just women to be equal with men, but it's turn it into a zero sum game where women can't succeed unless men fall. Yeah. And I think you know, you've talked about I think almost our daughters are taught young people might be tired. It has to be this way. And it doesn't have to be this fight. And you even are gonna be starting some tours. We go around speaking on this, right? Absolutely. I'm actually going to start speaking to young women and girls at churches at elementary schools high schools, I figure there's a whole population. Of women right now that I hate to say this, but they might be too far gone in this feminist indoctrination where it's hard to think rationally or talk rationally with them, all they wanna do is think of men as the enemy, and they believe that the patriarchy was set up just simply to oppress women with these greedy old white men holding women down instead of the patriarchy set up where the system set up to more so protect and provide for women because of the way that our natural gender roles are because of the gender differences, which is what I believe. And so there's a population of women that are just kind of, you know, too hard to reason with and understand that men were are natural allies, not our enemies. So I figure catch them while they're younger, and they're still learning these behaviors in this mindset, and you can absolutely and you should love and appreciate men and appreciate our gender differences. And the other thing is women now are taught these days that that having a successful career and being power. Our woman is much more important than gratifying than just having a family and being a mother being a wife, and that's so sad because there's so much, you know. Celebration in being a mother and a wife just like it used to be celebrated and applauded and now it's made to think of as less than we're allowed to have a choice. We're allowed to have a choice and also as women were allowed to achieve what we want without having to as you say degrade men. Yes. Still go for there's nothing stopping us absolately. There's nothing stopping us. Instead of you. I mean, right now, we have the laws are in fact, tilted towards women. So the advantages tend to actually go to women not men if anyone is falling behind right now, the stats actually proved that men are falling behind in school at the workplace in life and women actually have more of an advantage in their soaring ahead in life. They feel bad for being man. We're talking to Deanna Lorraine. She's the author of make love great again. We're kind of sort of going through chapter one divorce becomes normalized so divorce because of the high divorce rate. We're now living in a generation of men and women who many of them come from. At least fifty percent of them. Come from. In homes, so they never had a model of healthy relationships working for them. So of course, they're going to grow up in there. A lot of them are unbeatable unmanageable because they've never seen a healthy relationship model. Let's see here the sexual revolution. From this. Magic moment to. Oh. You might not be able to say, well, we have we haven't blamed bleep yet. When you guys, you know, unfortunately, with the sexual revolution women feminists jumped on his bandwagon of like, let's be all sexually liberated right? And and and saying that men women should have sex just like a man, and we all should just take off our moral restraints. But unfortunately, women are the ones most hurt by this because before women had more power with sex because they would hold out on sex, and they would have more discipline. They would be virtuous remember virtuous men and women were more virtuous than hell we're held to higher standard. So that was good thing looked at like, oh Europe route and you're wrong with having decorum. And that was a bit men's biggest motivation to get married and to commit because that was off the sex was off the table now with feminists pushing that sex is just is just nothing special and every woman should have sex is just liberating. A man it actually isn't true and women are much more effective by because women tend to bond after they have sex with a man on our brain oxytocin releases. It has women bonding to men whereas for men, it makes men actually kind of want to detach. So it really hurts women in the end and men now have less motivation to commit into Mary when they can just have sex anywhere. And everywhere you're not told that upfront. No, you're not a lot of women buy into this line. And that's why again, I'm trying to speak to young women and girls. So I can get them when they're young, oh, this is great new technologies to replace human connection. They make sex robots right here with x robots. They make them right here on southern California. We come to you, sunny, San Diego blessing is a forty five million broadcast, homes and digitally. Sex robots. That's not that's not the direction. I want. My America to go deal. Lease. No that's actually in. My frightening future chapter before things start getting good, and I get my solutions. But sex robots will literally be the end of relationships as we know it because look. You ready to here? I Mark my words men are already addicted to porn, right? There's rampant porn addiction. Now, if you take virtual reality and sex robots, what is the incentive to have a girlfriend that can talk back to you have an opinion of her own when she's doing everything, and then some and also a lot of men are vulnerable these days, they don't have the social skills. They don't have dating skills like they used to. So we're told several dead. Don't do that chivalry is dead right and women say now, what are they supposed to do? So of course, here comes the sex robot company catering to them, and yes, so sex robots are common they're here. And they're going to be destructive to society. Yeah. Yeah. They're going to be coming. And it's scary. But we gotta stop all this. And this is why I say our American values are directly correlated to the state of our relationships if we can get back to a state where we can we need to fight for American values to be there. You know, God the family, you know, having some sexual moral restraints instead of sexual hedonism, right Manley. I'm here. America first, right? I mean, these are the things that actually.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Eight hundred nine three two seven. Nineteen eighty nine. Well, we have our friend of the show back. Deanna Lorraine tonight. She is the author of make lava great again and also a podcast of a shell called make love great again. Dion. Welcome back. Great to be back. Nice to see you. You talk about a lot of things including try not to get a glare. They're sick masculinity. The war on men, we might have overstepped a little bit. And all these things were doing. So I guess I just want to talk to you a little bit about your book and a state of America today with all thanks date of America. The thing I love about Lorraine her to go. And she goes because he's got so many great. Thanks. So the contents of your book chapter one starts right off what I would like to do. Yeah. Day, some topic on it going our little rants for will do that women's liberation whereas it gotten so I'm going to get lots of tomatoes thrown at me. I'm sure as usual but women's liberation while they were while it was good. You know, we got the right to vote in the right to own property, and there are many things and good for them. They did a lot of good star mothers grandmothers. Did a lot of good Lori? That was a great wave of feminism. But after that things started to take a little bit of a dark turn and the later waves of feminism, as you might already know has been more about trying to make men and women exactly one hundred percent equal. Now, I believe that we're already equal in value. We are equal and intrinsic value. But we are different. I mean science has proven that we have differences in our brain and our behavior. Both great quality has great things going back Lee, and we were made to complement each other and be a team and not compete with each. And what the later waves of feminism has done as turned him in turn this into an ugly competition where men and women are on opposite sides of the fence and competing with each other. Instead of a beautiful complimentary team a synergistic relationship where both of our differences can complement each other. Because they do we're supposed to be have this beautiful synergistic relationship and not to mention what it's also doing the later waves of feminism had turned it really into man. Bashing and castrating as men, and it's not just women to be equal with men, but it's turned it into a zero sum game where women can't succeed unless men fall. Yeah. And I think you know, you've talked about I think almost our daughters are taught young people might be tired. It has to be this way. And it doesn't have to be this fight. And you even are gonna be starting some tours. We go around speaking on this, right? Absolutely. I'm actually going to start speaking to young women and girls at churches. Elementary schools high schools, I figure there's a whole population of women right now that I hate to say this, but they might be too far gone in this feminist indoctrination where it's hard to think rationally or talk rationally with them all they want to do is think of men as the enemy, and they believe that the patriarchy was set up just simply to oppress women with these greedy old white men holding women down instead of the patriarchy set up where the system set up to more so protect and provide for women because of the way that our natural gender roles are because of the gender differences, which is what I believe. And so there's a population of women that are just too hard to reason with and understand that men were are natural allies, not our enemies. So I figure catch them while they're younger, and they're still learning these behaviors in this mindset, and you can absolutely and you should love and appreciate men and appreciate our gender differences. And the other thing is women. Now are these days? That that having a successful career. And being this power woman is much more important than gratifying than just having a family and being a mother being a wife, and that's so sad because there's so much. Celebration in being a mother and a wife just like it used to be celebrated and applauded and now it's made to think of as less than we're allowed to have a choice. We're allowed to have a choice and also as women were allowed to achieve what we want without having to as you say degrade men. Yes. Still go for there's nothing stopping us. Absolutely. There's nothing stopping us. Instead of you. I mean, right now, we have the laws are in fact, tilted towards women. So the advantages tend to actually go to women not men if anyone is falling behind right now this dots. Actually prove that men are falling behind in school at the workplace in life and women actually have more of an advantage in their soaring ahead in life. They feel bad for being man. We're talking to Deanna Lorraine. She's the author of make love great again. We'll kind of sort of going through chapter one divorce becomes normalized so divorce because of the high divorce rate. We're now living in a generation of men and women who many of them come from. At least fifty percent of them. Come from broken homes. So they never had a model of healthy relationships working for them. So of course, they're going to grow up. And there are a lot of them are unbeatable unmanageable because they've never seen a healthy relationship model. Let's see here the sexual revolution. From this. Magic moment to. Oh. You might not be able to say that August. Yes, us what we have. We haven't been blamed bleep yet. When you guys, you know, unfortunately, with the sexual revolution women feminists jumped on his bandwagon of like, let's be all sexually liberated right? And and and saying that men women should have sex and just like a man, and we all should just take off our moral restraints. But unfortunately, women are the ones most hurt by this because before women had more power with sex because they would hold out on sex, and they would have more self discipline. They would be virtuous remember virtuous men and women were more virtuous than hell we're held to a higher standard so men Matt berka. Thanks looked at like, oh, Europe ruin your what's wrong with having decorum. And that was a bit men's biggest motivation to get married and to commit because that was off the sex was off the table now with feminists, you know, pushing that sex is just is just nothing special, and every woman should have sex is just liberating just like a man, it actually isn't true and women are much more effective by because women tend to bond after they have sex with a man. There's our brain oxytocin it releases, and it has women bonding to men whereas for men, it makes men actually kind of want to detach. So it really hurts women in the end and men now have less motivation to commit into Mary when they can just have sex anywhere. And everywhere you're not told that upfront. No, you're not a lot of women buy into this lie. And that's why again, I'm trying to speak to young women and girls. So I can get them when they're young, oh, this is great new technologies to replace human connection. They make sex robots right here with x robots. They make them right here in southern California. We come to you sunny, San Diego blast forty five million broadcast, homes and digitally sex. Robots? That's not that's not the direction. I want. My America to go down lease. No that's actually in. My frightening future chapter before things start getting good, and I get my solutions. But sex robots will literally be the end of relationships as we know it because look. You've heard of here. I Mark my words men are already addicted to porn, right? There's rampant porn addiction. Now, if you take virtual reality and sex, robots, what is being sensitive to have a girlfriend that can talk back to you have an opinion of her own when she's doing everything, and then some and also a lot of men are vulnerable these days, they don't have the social skills. They don't have dating skills like they used to. So we're told dead don't do that chivalry is dead. Right and women say what are they supposed to do? So of course, here comes the sex robot company catering to them, and yes, so sex robots are common they're here. And they're going to be destructive to society. Yeah. Yeah. They're going to be coming. And it's scary. But we gotta stop all this. And this is why I say our American values are directly correlated to the state of our relationships if we can get back to a state where we can we need to fight for American values to be there. You know, God the family having some sexual moral restraints instead of sexual hedonism. Right. Manley. I'm here in America. I write these are the things that actually.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Gears here. Talking to Deanna Lorraine Danny there. Seattle reign. Oh, new. There's let me take a quick call from PCP. Go ahead. Hey, good afternoon. I'll get real quick to the point. I was I was gonna sit here. And critique your prior caller, your prior guests. But I thought, you know, maybe I would just maybe I'll just say what I wish he would have said you would. No. You know, what we have a crisis here with our utilities? They're number one responsibility to us a safe and reliable delivery. That has proven to not be the case, we right now have fire hazards all over this state. This is not a one time incident. What happened in paradise? It's out there. Again, it's going to continue to happen. Because of the weather patterns, we need to bring an auditors and see if their systems of quality control, and what actually is going wrong. If people out there cannot clear their own property, if they don't have the money or the ability to do it. I'm gonna make sure we get the funds to help people call, and we'll get the assistance. We have a problem right now that we need to find out why this happened because the next company that comes in the same problems are out there. We still have same grid. We have this rainforest last caller was saying, oh, no, no. This is all about getting off the ground you need to get in renewable energy like tomorrow. It's like, whoa. That's happened in reality. It's there's a lot of. Yeah. I sort of weird ideological winds blowing. And of course, everyone loved the renewable energy, of course. But right now, this is unless you want to pay fifty times more for your electric city and have it also be insecure, not not necess-. They're also be continued. Whereas, yeah, I agree with you pizza that kind of thing needs to be said, thank you for the call. Appreciate very much. Let's see if I've got together there. No, Danny there. Yes. I'm here. Air your all, right? Yeah. Rain, of course, she is our author dating coach and. Talk to us about toxic masculinity. There's an Gillette ad that is taking on toxic masculinity. And what are your thoughts on this to be honest with you? I am furious right now. My blood is boiling to call to say. Because look I feel like men get this at every angle at this point in their lives. Right now, they got it from the school. They get it from the media, just constant miss Andry and male shaming. And this message of men need to do better you need to work harder. Do better in order to be a quote, unquote. Good, man. The American psych American psychological association is now called masculinity a serious health risk. Yeah. List, by the way, this is the same group that pathologist gay get being homosexual. So I would argue history will not be kind to this kind of this pronouncement any more. So than it was when they called being gay a pathology the same same nonsense. They're engaging in that they did forty years ago. But go ahead. Gosh, I'm disgusted with it. Because look, you know, it it is not a disease to be born a male does not if it's all Aji to be born in male and men constantly got this message from every angle and now Gillette joining this feminist anti male bandwagon, shaming men, you know, when Gillette has always been, you know, sort of the epitome of men and shaving right? I mean, you can't really get more typically masculine than that. It's it's like I feel like they've been let down men and they've they've had enough of this kind of man shaming. And I don't blame them for just feeling disempowered and weakened right now. It's interesting. Disgusting. It's interesting a lot of you know, in this sort of came out and everybody was looking at it last night. I was looking at my Facebook page and a lot of my guy friends, and this is just me looking at my guy friends on Facebook. So take it with grain of salt. But just their initial reactions were like, okay Gillette. It's not gonna make me. It's not gonna make me by your razors. You know, any more or any less? It's like, whatever. A lot of them are saying they won't buy their razors. Any right. You've just lost a lifetime customer. You know, we'll find Dollar Shave Club or something else. And you know, just to me it just feels like men have been beaten down so much. And why are they constantly? Why are all men being victimized for the crimes committed by a few right? Yes. They're men who sexually harassed. Yes. There are men who bully and rape. But not all men do not all men rape, not all men bully and to be lumped in this just one category. It's just really despicable to me because especially young men who are have influential minds that are still forming their their self confidence and self esteem to me, it makes them feel like they need to disown their on masculinity their own identity because it's pathological we've got to go to break. The hold on a second dip website you want people to. Yes. DNA Lorraine dot com, and my YouTube and Twitter. Deanna Lorraine seven, okay. Whole lot of saying I want to talk a little bit. More about this. Yeah. I think those guys that poured out of the units at Omaha beach had toxic masculine those guys should be. Jane, Jane themselves. Thank god. They did eight hundred two two two five two two two Dan lorraine's with us. That's leeann tweeden. I've Dr drew this midday live. You knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be a crash.

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KGO 810

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KGO 810

"We are switching gears here talking to Seattle reign. Danny there. Lorraine own news. Let me take a quick call from PCP. Go ahead. Hey, good afternoon. It'll get real quick to the point. I was I was gonna sit here. And critique your prior caller, your prior guests. But I thought, you know, maybe I would just maybe I just say what I wish he would have said you would have. No. You know, what we have a crisis here with our utilities? They're number one responsibility to us a safe and reliable delivery. That has proven to not be the case, we right now have fire hazards all over the state. This is not a one time incident. What happened in paradise? It's out there. Again, it's going to continue to happen. Because of the weather patterns, we need to bring in auditors and see if their systems of quality control, and what actually is going wrong. If people out there cannot clear their own property, if they don't have the money or the ability to do it. I'm gonna make sure we get the funds to help people call, and we'll get the assistance. We have a problem right now that we need to find out why this happened because the next company that comes in the same problems are out there. We still have same grid. We have the same forest. Last caller was saying, oh, no, no. This is all about getting off the ground you need to get in renewable energy like tomorrow. It's like, whoa. That's happened in reality. It's there's a lot of. Yeah. Sort of weird ideological winds blowing. And of course, everyone loved the renewable energy, of course. But right now, this is unless you want to pay fifty times more for your trysofi. And have it also be insecure, not not and they're also be continued virus? Yeah. I I agree with you pay that that kind of thing needs to be said, thank you for the call. Appreciate very much. Let's see if I've got together there. No, Danny there. Yes. I'm here air your all, right? Seattle reign. Of course, she is our author dating coach and talk to us about toxic masculinity. There's an ad that is taking on toxic masculinity. And what are your thoughts on this to be honest with you? I am Yuri is right now my blood is boiling to call. Because look I feel like men get this at every angle at this point in their lives right now, they get it from the school. They get it from the media, constant miss Andry and male shaming. And this message of men need to do better you need to work harder. You. Better in order to be a quote, unquote. Good metal the American psych American psychological association is now called masculinity a serious health risk. Yes. This by the way, this is the same group that pathologist gay being homosexual. So I would argue history will not be kind to this knob to be kind of this pronouncement any more. So than it was when they called being gay pathology to same same nonsense. They're engaging in that they did forty years ago. But go ahead. I'm disgusted with it. Because look, you know, it it is not a disease to be born a male Sala to be born in male and with men constantly got this message from every angle and now Gillette joining this feminist anti male bandwagon, shaming men, you know, when Gillette has always been you know, sort of pit me of men and shaving right? You can't really get more typically masculine than that. It's it's like I feel like they've been let down men and they've they've had enough of this kind of man shaming, and I don't blame them for just feeling disempowered and weekend right now. It's interesting. It's interesting. A lot of you know, in this sort of came out and everybody was looking at it last night. I was looking at my Facebook page and a lot of my guy friends, and this is just me looking at my guy friends on Facebook. So take it with a grain of salt. But just their initial reactions were like, okay Gillette. It's not gonna make me it's not gonna make me by your razors anymore or any less. It's like, whatever. A lot of them are saying they won't buy their razors. Any rights lost a lifetime customer? You know, we'll find Dollar Shave Club or something else. And you know, just to me it just feels like men have been beaten down so much. And why are they constantly? Why are all men being victimized for the crimes committed by a few right? Yes. They're men who sexually harassed. Yes. There are men who bully and rape. But not all men do not all men rape. Not all men bully and to be lunch in this just one category. It's just really despicable to me because especially young men who are have influential minds that are still forming their their self confidence and self esteem to me it it makes them feel like they need to disown their on masculinity their own identity after pathological we've got to go to break. The hold on a second dip website you want to for people to yes, Deanna, Lorraine dot com, and my YouTube and Twitter Deanna Lorraine seven because I want to talk a little bit. More about this. Yeah. I think those guys that poured out of the Fabius units at Omaha beach had toxic masculine all those guys. They should be. James to themselves. Thank god. They did eight hundred two two two five two two two data lorraine's with us. That's leeann tweeden. Dr drew this midday live, Dr drew midday live on cagey. Oh, eight ten. Let's take a look at the roadways.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight hundred two three two five to two going out. Now to Deanna Lorraine podcast host podcast host author dating coach we're gonna talk a little bit about Jeff Bezos, Diana welcome to the program. Thank you so much. Dr drew to be on it before we get into him and his hundred forty billion dollars to give out a website and any books. Yes. Absolutely. My website is Deanna Lorraine dot com, and my book is making love great again. And that's available on Amazon. All right. So we have a couple. What's that? Incidentally, we have a couple of where the hundred and forty billion dollars. We really don't know anything about the internal workings of their relationship. Do you think this is going to separate amicably? And what might your dating advice be to either them with their seventy billion dollars? Should they be able to amicably split? Well, you know, it seems like that they based on their joint statement that they put out and based on what they're both discussing. They they are looking at an amicable split. And that's what they're wanting. You know, they've tried to do a trial separation. They said that they've had a long period of quote unquote, loving exploration. And they do decide what do they call it? Consciously separating consciously. Do you believe in that? Yeah. I do believe I believe it's possible. I believe it's possible. But there's just so many variables. And it's so difficult to actually have the true amicable split, especially when you're in the public light like that as you know, it can be really difficult because all of a sudden, you see them dating someone else in the public view, and and feeling can come into place, and then that could be used as ammo to to get more money or more assets or this or that. So it's gonna be difficult. But you know, all we can do is take their word for it. Right now that it is amicable, and they'll be friends. We'll see what really happens moving forward. There's a why money update though, this is probably going to be the most invent a expensive divorce in history. If they if they don't do it amicably that's for sure. I guess expensive in a sense of this the splitting of the dollar amount to. But I bought their lives afterwards. I was thinking about that. You know, this woman now is a seventy billion dollar multi really good. How do you trust somebody xactly, you know, like guys are going to be asking you out? And I mean Kidal she's an intelligent woman, obviously. And she's got all this going forward. But she also knows that that man. No, she has you know, possibly seventy billion dollars her banking account. How does she have a social life and not get exploited? Right. She's going to be one of one of if not the richest woman in the world, if she gets she gets half of of what he's entitled to or even a fraction of it. She's going to be one of the richest women in the world, and I would say she really needs to guard herself closely because just like there's you know, there's gold diggers on the women's side there that for men to and I think it's it's it's so difficult because everyone now knows what she's earning or what she's gonna make of this. It's public, and I would say for her I wouldn't date much younger of a guy because that tend to most younger guys if if they're in that situation, they might be considering her like a sugar, mama or something. But I I would. Just say guard closely and and dates, slowly and cautiously and not leap into anything generally ask this generally, people situation should the baby attempting to really date peers right day billionaires. Probably advise somebody that a certain status today peers, but she has no peer is. They're like billionaires dot com. Dating site out there. How would you? You know, there's a lot of matchmakers, and you know, being in the matchmaking industry myself. There are a lot of matchmakers that cater to women of great. Well, okay. Because it is so difficult for them to date. Anyone anyone that's in terms of wealth because of those fears and because the tendency to take advantage and taken advantage of and beat exploited. Very provocative. And what people don't know is that the term gigolo was really about young male proteges of very wealthy women that was gigolos. Right. And that's why that's why they kept them as because that's the only kind of relationship. They can have this guy around. Oh boy. Yeah. You know this. I mean, there is a there is a concept of hyperactivity, which is the human nature. You know, the human tendency for women to want to be with someone of higher status than her or at least of the same. But usually women tend to want to date up they tend to want to be in a relationship with a man who's at least the same if not a higher status than done. So the who's going to be hard to find. She do that. I know. And the the more powerful woman is more successful. She is often finds a harder time first of all even being attracted to men because for pool of options slims down. But also for men not to feel intimidated of her. This is what I wanted to get into. This is a very interesting topic. And it's it's biology figures into it social psychologists figures into it. I wanna keep talking about. It's a whole lot of second reducted Lorraine. She's a podcast host author dating coach we're talking about Jeff Bezos in his upcoming divorce. Our number's eight hundred two two two five to two. That's leeann tweeden. I've Dr drew this midday live, Dr drew on K G O eight tenths streaming online at K G, O radio dot com..

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Hundred two two two five to two going out. Now to Deanna Lorraine podcast hose podcast host author dating. Coach we're gonna talk a little bit about Jeff Bezos. Deanna. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much. Dr drew to be on it before we get into him and his hundred and forty billion dollars. What to give out a website and any books? Yes. Absolutely. My website is Deanna Lorraine dot com. And my book is making love great again. And that's available on Amazon. All right. So we have a couple. What's that? Incidentally. We have a couple of worth one hundred and forty billion dollars. We really don't know anything about the internal workings of their relationship. Do you think this is going to separate amicably? And what might you're dating advice be to either of them with their seventy billion dollars. Should they be able to amicably split? Well, you know, it seems like that they based on their joint statement that they put out and based on what they're both discussing. They they are looking at an amicable split. And that's what they're wanting. You know, they've tried to do a trial separation. They said that they've had a long period of quote unquote, loving exploration. And they do what do they call it? Consciously separating consciously. Do you believe in that? Yeah. I do believe I believe it's possible. I believe it's possible. But there's just so many variables. And it's so difficult to actually have a true amicable split, especially when you're in the public light like that as you know, it can be really difficult because all of a sudden, you see them dating someone else in the public view, and and feelings can come into place, and then that could be used as ammo to to get more money or more assets or this or that. So it's going to be difficult. But you know, all we can do is take their word for it. Right now of it. It is amicable and they'll be friends. We'll see what really happens moving forward. There's a lot of money upstate though. This is probably going to be the most invent a expensive divorce in history. If they if they don't do it amicably that's for sure. Guess expensive in the sense of this the splitting of the dollar amount to. But I thought their lives afterwards. I was thinking about that. You know, this woman now is a seventy billion dollar multi look, really good. How do you trust? Somebody exactly you know, like guys are going to be asking you out. And I mean, she's an intelligent woman, obviously. And she's got all this going forward. But she also knows that that man. No, she has you know, possibly seventy billion dollars banking account. How does she have a social life and not get exploited? Right. She's going to be one of one of if not the richest woman in the world if she gets if she gets half of of what he's entitled to or even a fraction of it. She's going to be one of the richest women in the world. And I would say she really needs to guard yourself closely because just like there's you know, there's gold diggers on the women's side there that for men too. And I think it's it's got it's it's so difficult because everyone now knows what she's earning or what she's gonna make off of this. It's public, and I would say for her I wouldn't date much younger guy because that tends to most younger guys if if they're in that situation, they might be considering her like a sugar, mama or something. But I I would just say guard closely and and dates, slowly and cautiously and not leap into anything generally asked this generally people this situation should the baby attempting to really date peers right day billionaires. Probably advise somebody that that's a certain status to date peers, but she has no peer is. They're like billionaires dot com. Dating site out there. How would you? You know, there's a lot of matchmakers, and you know, being in the matchmaking industry myself. There are a lot of matchmakers that cater to women of great wealth. Okay. Because it is so difficult for them to date. Anyone you know, anyone that's some in terms of wealth because of those fears and because the tendency to take advantage of taken advantage of and beat exploited. Let me ask very provocative. And what people don't know is that the term gigolo was really about young male proteges of very wealthy women that was right. And that's why that's why they kept them because that's the only kind of relationship. They can has there's guy around. Oh boy. Yeah. You know this. I mean, there is a there is the concept of hyperbole, which is the human nature. You know, the human tendency for women to want to be with someone of higher status than her or at least of the same. But usually women tend to want to date up they tend to want to be in a relationship with a man who is at least the same if not a higher status than done. So the who's going to be hard to find. She do that. I know. And the the more powerful woman is the more successful. She is just often finds a harder time personal even being attracted to men because her pool of options slims down. But also for men not to feel intimidated of her. I wanna I wanted to get into this time. It's a very interesting topic. And it's as biology figures into it social psychologists figures into it. I wanna keep talking about the hold on a second reducted Deanna Lorraine. She's a podcast hosts author dating coach we're talking about Jeff Bezos sent his upcoming divorce. Our number's eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's leeann tweeden. I've Dr drew midday live a better life with.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Really? And they still turn against that. I can't that doesn't look good. We're about to get the criminal Justice reform, right? Do you think we're gonna get that? I think that we are going to get that. I think that that's what that's what it looks like. And and that does give me hope because that would be a bipartisan Bill, something that Democrats have been pushing for forever. So they should be thrilled with it. They're pretty quiet. Of course, they are because it would be a win for Trump to and they don't like anything that has Trump winning right? All right. Well, thanks for the country. Tell us about your podcast where people can find you. Yeah. People can find me on my Twitter, and my YouTube and podcast is make love great again. It is it's it's a book, and it's a podcast on the cultural war that we're living in right now between right and left, and you can find that at my Twitter and YouTube Deanna Lorraine server, do you have a solution? I'm preoccupied with that idea all day long. Do you actually think you're making headway, please? What do you think? Yes. I think I'm making headway because we right now, you know, we have to for for instance, we have to end this war on men. Right. This man this man versus woman in this war on men and masculinity. This is not bode well for relationships. Same with me too movement, and radical feminism that's just I believe has gone way too far, and it's pushing men out of society and having been checkout men in marriage and families, and that's not good for society. That's gonna to societal collapse. If we keep this going, so we do need to find a middle ground. And it's not the way that these radical feminists are wanting. I'm not sure you just threw a smoke bomb down that's gonna necessarily unite us. Not that I disagree with what you're saying. I just I'm still trying to find a common we're going to be reporting a little bit later on a a paper that shows the spotlight's free speech on campus. And you'll be amazed to hear how bad it is. It's it's I don't know how. You can't even share your ideas. Like, you would be drummed out of campus. Trust me for just suggesting that there's only two. Yes, I say there's only two genders or that, you know, God forbid saying men and women have differences, and that those differences are what make us a great team that's called hate speech now. Right. So if you'll if your face reflects, something unpleasant, like you're not your natural expression is not pleasant enough for someone staring at escorted off the campus. Literally. Yes. Yeah. We have a lot to talk about. Synopsis of my book. But yeah, we have a lot more go down that route bringing. Let's go down that road. Holy day, sir. Thanks deanna. Yeah. Definitely. All right..

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KGO 810

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dr drew eight hundred two two five. Hey, your calls that number speaking to jail Lorraine political and political analyst also podcast host Mr. Trump's attempt to find a chief of staff Westwood correspondent Jim Rupe? At the bottom of hour to talk to us about a pair of nuns who embezzled substantial amount of money from southern California Catholic school to go to Las Vegas and gamble. Good times. Right now, gone out to Deanna Lorraine for the program. Thank you great to be here. So what do you think? We're looking at to fill John's Kelly's spot as chief of staff and the White House because it doesn't seem like anyone's really climb to get the job. And do you think there's even a possibility that it remains unfilled with this president and his unique leadership style? You know? I mean, I don't think that's going to happen for very long. I think that someone is probably going to either step up to the plate or have someone step up to the plate. You know, how he is? She doesn't really he doesn't really keep things open this long. And I, you know, he's not someone as well as I know Trump's that likes to be embarrassed or being a position of leaks. So the longer he keeps his position open. I fear that it could make him. Look a little bit weaker embarrassed to say he hates appearing. Like, right. I wonder if he's going to do Jimmy Carter did just say I can handle this alone and not fill the position Jimmy Carter. Did not have a chief of staff for two and a half years. You know, right now, we all be an issue of trust big time with him with Trump and his advisors, right and people in the White House have turned on him. They believed on him. There's been many instances of betrayal and his mind. And and really the fact that so he does have to choose someone really really carefully. And that's the reason why he said that he fired in many ways, I guess there were were got back him that he was being dishonest or disloyal, and I would rather have him keep the physician open longer and really find the right person. Or what you said do what Jimmy Carter dead and keep the position open and just have him do that job. He he does seem like he can play the role of many hats. And I think that it's a possibility that he can keep it for himself because he doesn't really know who to trust so much with this White House. It's a very unique one we already know he doesn't trust the media and be he tweeted out about eight hours ago. Fake news. Has it purposely wrong? Many over. Ten are vying for and wanting the White House chief of staff position, why wouldn't someone want one of the truly great and meaningful jobs in Washington. Please report news correctly. Thank you. Well, I'll tell you why they wouldn't want it because it's kind of a thankless job. And in this administration. It seems most people leave his administration bruised battered instead of raised up to a higher. Reputation. Right, right. And that's the thing. It is gotta be someone. I think in his close circle of trust not a newcomer. And he you know, it it's easy to get on from bad side. And nobody wants up vision of being called out publicly the a tweet, right? If they be doing something wrong, right? And this is a this is an unprecedented unprecedented presidency where he's done that many times before all the time. And you know, it's a very sensitive in and unique position. And they have to do it. Well, and they also have to gain his trust true. The media might be making the story a mountain out of a molehill, we won't really know until the next few days or the next few weeks will in what I have a question why not just make Jared Kushner chief of staff, I mean, obviously, he trusts Kushner and his daughter, Ivanka, and the I think that's why he put them in the places he did because he needed to people that he felt were were loyal. So I mean, it seems like Jared Kushner is. Pretty much doing the chief of staff job in the sense that he'd never had to go through John Kelly to get access to the president. So why not just make him gatekeeper? You know? Of course, there's the pretend that there's a potential for him getting accused of nepotism or already be the accusation for him working there in the first place. That's true. That's true. I guess you would have more elevated position. But we actually don't know. Maybe that's the strategy. Maybe that is the strategy to have it looked like it's it's not being filled for a while. And have this person originally turn it down just a bit. He can say and kinda feel more justified in making Jared Kushner, his chief of staff. What about basketball? Governor Christie governor Christie is my pick. What about him? Well, Jared would never let that blur. Keep saying that the bad blood between him and Jared Kushner is preventing that you agree. Possibly. Yes. Possibly, and you know, and that's the thing. That's that's why he keeps the family member so close, and it can be a good thing. And it could be it could be a negative at the same time. I personally like Chris Christie a lot. So I think you would make a great Chris chip Jeeva staff, and I think that he's very loyal to Trump. I don't think he would have to worry about leaks or any kind of disloyalty or betrayal. There. Don't you? I don't know. The there. Jared doesn't trust them. So damn having to work together. I'm not sure is very different nudes Christie and Trump. I don't think I think I think at least their styles, very similar. They think the same. But. Styles are very similar and. Yeah. They're very honest. They don't hold back punches, and they tend to kind of come from the same mindset. I think. Are the chance to share the podium with the governor Christie a couple of times in the last time. I did he unleashed somebody else that was up there in the podium, and I just went up to him afterwards. I just said I just love hanging around. You never. It's always entertaining. Always interesting and appreciate actually political on what? Yes. Yes. Did you see that? I was there. Yeah. That was fantastic. The old back. No punches though. That's what he's all about. He he has gloves off. And he doesn't care how he looks or how it's going to look, and that's what I do like about him. And it's what I like about Trump to which I think could make a great deal between them, very interesting. That's for sure are you that they'd explode. All right. Well, I I so if I if I get go ahead. Some people were also thinking about Steve Mnuchin. I don't know what you think about him or or Mick Mulvaney, even Ryan's previous. But I hope that that's not him. Because I don't think that he I I really don't think he should be back to an elevated position like that. All right. Yeah. Did you by the way, see the the? Somebody from the house or the Senate said a spirited discussion today between Shumer and Pelosi and President Trump. I did not see it yet. No. What was it about? It was spirited. There was a yelling match about the wall is the only match by the wall. And it seemed to me the and the reason I bring it up is. I don't think anything comes of it. It's out or a particularly meaningful interaction, but to my I it was political grandstanding on Trump's side to appeal to the sort of Ann Coulter Lewinsky wing of his constituencies days and Nancy Pelosi was doing her opposite thing to secure her position as speaker of the house, and I don't know what Schumer was up to they just sort of. They started yelling at each other. But is that I don't know where they accomplished anything. But I think it was more political posturing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. I did see a clip of that. And and to me, it's just more of this grandstanding and posturing that they do to make their sides clear. I think it's very clear where each of them stand on it. And I think they may be headed for a government shutdown. If they don't move an inch. You know, I think that Trump has been trying to reach over the aisle, they have not. So what would we have, you know, thousands of migrants potentially coming through our border. We have to be really concerned. I mean, this is this should be a number one issue that all Americans should be concerned about right or left, which is which is what concerns me that. It's not well what? Now, Mexico has gone on the record saying they're going to invest thirty billion dollars in their southern border. That's not in their border in their countries, south of them. They're gonna actually invest economically. Correct. To try a new stem the flow of migrants headed up there. I mean, they're going to try and actually deal with the problem. You know, I mean, it's the Democrats want nothing. They're just offering much less money than the president's asking for. And they're saying we don't want a wall we want offense. I mean, I think everybody kind of has to come to terms with the idea that something has to be done. Otherwise, you know, all the symptoms of the greater problem are are going to be just as big as the problem itself. But, you know, Trump's position on this wall or this fence, you know, to his base. It's like well Mexico's gonna pay for it. Now, they're definitely not. Now, we need five billion of our money. And so the Democrats are going to try and exchange something for it. But it's not clear what has to be a fence and candy can't become concrete created what I don't care. It seems like semantics securities we want who cares. How they do it. I don't care. It could be electrified fly into the country. So agree, it's enhanced security, and you know, Democrats say will if they build a wild and people are going to go under the while. They're gonna go over there. They're gonna fly over drug. They're still gonna pour regardless, but it is a strong message. You know, it's a strong political message for our country to say, this is something that we're not tolerating anymore, and we need to put our American citizens. I even we have the the mayor of Tijuana wearing a make Tijuana great again hat. He that Trump was right? Right. And so people I think are starting to really see the consequences of embedded migration, and with you know, the huge amounts of it coming through. So I do think that all of this, you know, the migrant caravan and things like that. I think that it's only it's strengthening his base. And I do think it's strengthening actually people from the middle of the aisle thing, you know, this is just this has gone too far enough is enough. Enough is enough. Let's see what that means. I mean, if it means a government shutdown. I don't I don't I'm trying to figure out who would either benefit or lose more from a government shutdown because I you know. It's like a game of chicken. Yeah. Yeah. If someone's gonna lose and someone's going to be embarrassed. And so you know, one side is not gonna look good coming through. So I I would like to avoid a government shutdown as possible. I don't you know, it's hard to say who wins from that situation. But we will you know, time will tell ticking remind ourselves that when they say government shutdown. I it really only shuts down something like five percent of the government. Right. It's it's a particular piece. That's shutdown. I forget what's included. Yeah. Go to national national people don't get their paychecks. I mean, it's it's not trivial. If you're one of these people that but in terms of the thinking of it as government shutting down a little bit of a misnomer. Yeah. It's a little bit. It's a little bit of a misnomer for sure it's an exaggeration. And it's a very it's really more of a threat than anything. It sounds really terrible and catastrophic, but regardless it would just be I think it would say a lot. If Democrats actually gave a little bit more because it would show their constituents their side that they do care about American citizens and American safety baronets help spot now because their base is so riled up. You know, getting ready for twenty twenty. They don't wanna see any cooperation with the president. So they have kind of a tough position as well. They've put themselves in that position. Now, you know, I mean, they've put themselves they've made themselves so anti Trump, and the anti Trump that that even when something is really good for the country..

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"Two two five t to Mike wanted to tell us something. Go ahead. Hey, you I'm not father of both boys and girls, and let's scares me. Is that in this society nowadays, all you need to do is be accused of something and you're guilty. I was accused of something a long time ago and had the truth my innocence. And it was scary. It was really really scary. And it's I in this country without a reasonable doubt. What does for crime for crime? That's for a criminal action, and that its preponderance of evidence for civil and then what Senator Collins pointed out, again, we're talking about Senator Collins testimony before the congress today for the Senate, and what she said was she used the standard of more likely than not and that she didn't feel that the evidence stood up to that standard. That was her logic on. I mean, here's how it comes down. Nikki fifteen years ago, we were at a party, and you wanna you touched me inappropriately say goodbye to your career say goodbye to all the hard work. You've done say goodbye to everything. Can you can you prove that I'm line? And again, it's it's the it's not so much that the it's the employer get scared of the mob that that I think is sort of the culprit and all this is that there is no mob when you're just a regular citizen. I don't I don't. I'm not sure I don't know. I, you know, maybe maybe the mob is more localized like within. There's a big difference between someone just making a false accusation because they're angry at someone for another reason or someone really trying to hurt someone's career by doing it in a public fashion where the public figure would be called out. I we have to draw a line, Deb. Your may go ahead. Sorry, debbie. Go ahead. Okay. Can you hear me? Yep. I gotcha. Okay. So I just the devil's triangle there were many from his high school that wrote in and said, it was in fact, a drinking game, they didn't even know that it has sexual connotation to it at that time. And if you look in the yearbook there is a boy who says he's the one who invented the name. My next point is if you want both of these people to be telling the truth. She could be dealing with a repressed memory. And that's why she's not releasing her psych records is an a lot of times. Repressed memories are not necessarily true member. But the person truly believes that on how you can have those. That's I'm not lying. Let's let's let's not even go that far. Let's just say both of them have flawed memories. His lack of memory remembering and her something about the memory is not right. I it's just memories in exceedingly inaccurate mechanism that that's why I witnesses can't be relied upon when when people are I witnesses of a crime. They they are there's a whole discipline of how inaccurate that is. But that's that's going down a rabbit hole. I'm not sure we want to go to. Lorraine strategist political podcast. Every thank you for calling. Appreciate your hanging on to. Gee, Anna, welcome to the program. Thanks for having gone. So before we get into this tell us where people find you if they like to hear more. Yeah. They can join me on Twitter at Lorraine seven and also on YouTube Lorraine, seven and on my website Deanna, Lorraine dot com for all your thought. Where all the action is your thoughts on Senator Collins testimony today. Oh, I think it's great. You know, she's finally standing up, and I never thought I would say this. But she was quite spineless before I think and just like Senator, you know, Graham, coming out guns blazing and finally taking a stance on all this and saying that this really can't be tolerated anymore and cavenaugh is being treated unfairly. Now, we have a Colin standing up and saying that she's not going to tolerate this anymore. So I thought it was brave, and I thought it was I thought it was strong and powerful. And we need more of that. Well, Lauren do you wanna ask a very different feelings about it? I know I just I think that she for the people that wanted this nomination to go through. I think she said everything that they wanted to hear and she did lay out his resume pretty clearly and the reasons that she wanted to vote. Yes for him. And she went into detail about discussions that she had with him about his judicial. You know about his whole career and for hers the accusations against him weren't enough to to vote. No. So I think she did a good job of laying that out. Me personally, I did not want to see him confirm. So. Were you felt bad? You didn't like the fact she didn't talk about his drinking or his demeanor or some of the questions that out. I mean, no one talked about relevant though, it's ROY isn't a relevant if if he lied under oath about whether or not how much he drank what why is it a relevant. If he lied about his drinking habits that could have been seen as innocuous about honest about it. Yeah. Right. Up her operating evidence that he lied under oath about a drinking habit. Well, you have to multiple of his classmates saying they've been with him where he has been fall down drunk, and there's no possible way that he can remember every single night of drink. Wait, I'm going to I'm going to a Washington Post. That's different. That's not remembering everything is different than blackout. Is it possible in your drinking that you wouldn't remember? And he said, no, I remember him saying the blackout. You know, it's a lose lose situation for him. Because if he were to say that he did blackout. Then of course, they would say, oh, well, then during that one I'm a physician, so we got us our terms accurately or blacking out is a very specific thing. Not remembering things vaguely all memories affected by alcohol. So for him to save my memory wasn't affected by alcohol. Well, that's untrue of all human. Yeah. So characterized I should say he mischaracterizes drinking. I just didn't like we're gonna we're gonna do it. We're going to I'm sorry. But if we're going to hold up his confirmation, and he does have a pristine record. We're going to hold up his confirmation and say that he can't go through because of something happened in high school because he may or may not remember certain moments when he was drinking in highschool sometimes that really no man is safe from that. I I don't know if that's not what we're holding up. It's not the behavior itself. Deanna that a problem with I don't think anyone in America would blame someone for their drinking habits when they were seventeen years old. My problem with him mischaracterizing. His drinking, and and you know, between the Fox News interview and his testimony. Basically he lost credibility with me. He was lying, and there's so many people that have come out to say that he was lying, and that that's my biggest problem with people that came out to say he was telling the truth and what about Christine Ford's lying on under oath. She said she had a fear of flying. And then she also said in the same breath, basically that she's been flying all across the country in the world in the last few decades with no issue at all you can have a fear. I I had horrible. Flying anymore. But I did for a while. I still flew Scott your comic, go ahead. Yeah. I mean. Third to sit on the radio and claimed that some somebody doesn't have. Oh. He's like you said many many many many times interviewing for the job is. Accused of sexual assault. He's lied under oath. And every time a little bit more investigations happen more corroborating evidence them out. I mean, there's a lot of corroborating evidence. Now with the media when I bought out corroborating evidence to the test. The hearing the one day hearing more robbery together three day FBI, nobody in investigation world says when far enough brought out even more operated evidence. So why why is everybody saying is on now on guilty until proven innocent the hearings Ambi investigations, so born more and more evidence is guilty. Anybody comes out guilty of lying under oath are guilty of sexual misconduct forty years ago, which which guilty. There's there's there's there's I mean, it's it's it's on debatable that he he lied under oath about drinking, but the sexual assault with every little every little out every little day of one desiccation so's more corroborated guidance. If there was a full F B I investigation into this sexual assault with what we already know. Does anybody would be convicted at this point? I mean. Start. He actually lied under oath of that. She made up the story, you know. And what does the evidence that she made her way? Saying that she coached that she coached somebody on how to take a polygraph test. But then that her woman that year he claimed she had coached came out and said, she was never coach Mark. Okay. So. They're telling the truth. Some people aren't obviously some people are lying here. But why is it that automatically Brett Kavanagh's lying and not her job? Do you understand Deanna? He's up for the supreme court. So if you lied under oath to me that disqualified the to the supreme court of the United States where I'm curious what Scott Wade, Scott hall. What was the corroborating evidence you're talking about it? Because because what I understood was they couldn't find cropping Evans. That's why. At least as Susan Collins laid it out they could not find corroborating evidence. That's why they rather. Get clear and under a microscope and the FBI looking at him for a week. Leads and they asked three people three those leads something. Those three people don't cooperate anything more than what's already. What I heard was. What Scott what I heard was that? Again, I'm trying to be dispassionate. The whole thing is that they were FBI felt they should interview only potential eye witnesses and the people who feel they her maybe about something secondhand that they elected not to interview. I don't know if that's standard practice or not. But that they were just strictly looking at I witnesses of that particular event and there were three right? And there was some other people. But I am I missing the point on that. Or am I wrong? Oh, I think you're right. I mean, they they've looked at him now seven times through FBI, and they wrapped up the the wrap up the investigation, and they couldn't find anything. And they will they interviewed witnesses that she said were important in that he said were imports that were there she they also asked her to turn over her therapy notes. And she didn't do that Senator. Let's be clear shoes under no obligation to do. That let's be super clear she was under no obligation to do that. And did say was I will hand over those therapy notes as well as my polygraph exam to the FBI when they interview me. But they never did. Oh, that's interesting that doesn't seem right. I never talk to her. I just don't think she should have said over her medical records as he did offer to when she. Not if she said that there were there's corroborating evidence in the therapy notes, which is what she said several times. Then wouldn't that be important piece of evidence for the FBI to look through wouldn't Herbie an important piece for the? I talked to the woman making the allegation that's from what I've heard that. They did try reaching out to her several times that she would accept the interview. I don't know where you heard that. I did not see that anywhere. In the statement from her lawyer says, otherwise where did you hear that just so we can look into that Deanna? I'll have to see it was definitely I think it might have been the New York Times Cheryl have to double check here because it seems like something that would have hit the national press if that were true. But again there there's I mean to me the just this conversation had less five minutes just just puts a spotlight, and we're all just inflamed by this thing it just so inflammatory. We're all we all cannot like it's very hard to sit. And just imagine. If this were a criminal case trying to parse out every little piece of evidence. If people couldn't do because there will be so much. Feelings on both sides. I it's hard for them to even really do a thorough investigation. Anyways, when she doesn't really know when this happened. She doesn't know exactly where it happened who the person's house was right who dropped her off or took her from the place. So there's so many holes in the story, and so many missing pieces of evidence it's difficult for for them to even take it on. Also Mitchell saying that it would be a sex crime investigator. She wouldn't even take it on because it's a it's just missing so much evidence. Now, I guess the whole greater scheme of this says, you know, there's also some holes and Dianne Feinstein story. There's also some some very suspicious things, you know, pieces of this whole story keep bring it up so late, but I I'm gonna I'm gonna stand with Susan Collins on defending Dianne Feinstein. I thought that was look we have a lot of improvements in our we need to improve how we conduct ourselves rhetorically and from a parliamentary position as a as a body that's supposed to sit and think of discuss things they need to start standing behind each other. And was glad to see Susan Collins stand behind Feinstein of what she said, I'm going to take that as her word, and I'm gonna hope that's gonna be one little piece of the kind of healing that go on. So people can do their business property rather than just attack each other. Dan, got gotta let you go. Where's the Twitter handle again? Deanna Lorraine seven. That's the E A N L O R A N E seven. All right. Thank you so much. We'll talk to you soon. Don't appreciate it. Lorraine? Eight hundred two to five two two to continue taking your calls on..

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"Like you said many many many many times he intervened for the job is. Choose of sexual assault. He's lied under oath. Every time a little bit more investigations happen more corroborating evidence them out. I mean, there's a lot of collaborating evidence. Now with the media when I bought out corroborating evidence to test the hearing, but one day hearing more evidence, but the three day FBI. Nobody in the investigation world says when foreign brought even. Rated evidence. So why why is everybody saying is on now on guilty until proven innocent the hearings and the investigations, so more and more and more evidence is guilty. Anybody comes out guilty of lying under oath you're guilty of sexual misconduct forty years ago, which which guilty. There's there's there's a there's I mean, it's it's it's on debatable. That he lied under oath about drinking. The sexual assault with every little every little out every little day of one desiccation. So's more corroborate against the wall. FBI investigation into this sexual assault with what we already know. I doubt that he would be indignant at this point. I mean evidence that he actually lied under oath or that she made up the story, you know. And what else the evidence that she made? Saying that she coached that she coached somebody on how to take a polygraph test. But then that woman claimed she had coached came out and said he was never coached from our company. Right. There's some baby telling the truth. Some people aren't obviously some people are lying here. But why is it that automatically Brett cabinet, lying and not her? She's not up for the job. Do you understand Deanna? He's up for the supreme court. So if you lied under oath to me that disqualifies you to the supreme court of the United States. I I'm curious what Scott. Wait, wait. What was the corroborating evidence? You're talking about it. Because because of what I understood was they couldn't find cropping Evans. That's why that's at least as Susan Collins laid it out they could not find corroborating evidence. That's why they. Clear and under a microscope and the FBI looking at him for a week. And three people those weeds something. People don't cooperate anything more than already. What I heard was. What Scott what I heard was that the again, I'm trying to be the whole thing is that they were FBI felt they should interview only potential eye-witnesses, and the people who feel they heard maybe about something secondhand that they elected not to interview. I don't know if that's standard practice or not. But that they were just strictly looking at eye-witnesses of that particular event and there were three right? And there was some other people, but. I am I missing the point on that. Or am I wrong? Oh, I think you're right. I mean, they they've looked at him now seven times through FBI, and they wrapped up the the wrapped up the investigation, and they couldn't find anything. And they will they interviewed witnesses that she said were important to me. He said we're import there. She they also after the turnover her therapy notes, and she didn't do that. Let's be clear. She was under no obligation to do that. Let's be super clear. She was under no obligation to do that. And he did say was I will hand over those therapy notes as well. As my polygraph exam to the FBI when they interview me. But they never did. Oh, that's interesting that doesn't seem right either. I never talk to her. I just don't think she should have said over her medical records did offer to when she. Not if she said that there were there's no corroborating evidence in the therapy notes. Which is what she said several times. Then wouldn't that be important piece of evidence for the FBI to look through Herbie important piece for the to the woman making the allegation from what I've heard that. They did try reaching out to her several times that she would accept the interview. You know, I don't know where you heard that. I did not see that anywhere from her lawyer says otherwise, but where did you hear that just so we can look into that data? I'll have to say, it was definitely I think it might have been the New York Times that my sure I'll have to check because it seems like something that would have hit the national press of if that were true. But again, there's I mean to me the just this conversation last five minutes just just puts a spotlight, and we're all just inflamed by this thing is just so inflammatory. We're all we all cannot like it's very hard to sit. And just imagine. If this were a criminal case. Trying to parse out every little piece of evidence. If people couldn't do it because there would be so much so much feeling. It's hard for them to even really do thorough investigation. Anyways, when she doesn't really know when this happened. She doesn't know exactly where it happened who the person's house was right who dropped her off or took her from the place. So there's so many holes in the story, and so many missing pieces of evidence that it's difficult for for them to even take it on. Also Mitchell say that it would be as a sex crime investigator. She wouldn't even take it on right because it's a it's just missing so much evidence. I guess, you know, the the the whole greater scheme with this. You know, there's also some holes and Dianne Feinstein story, there's also some some very suspicious things, you know, pieces of this whole story keep bringing it up so late. But I I'm gonna I'm gonna stand with Susan Collins on defending Dianne Feinstein. I thought I thought that was look we have a lot of improvements in our we need to improve how we conduct ourselves rhetorically and from parliamentary position as as a as a body that's supposed to sit and think of discuss things they need to start standing behind each other. And was glad to see Susan Collins stand behind Feinstein, or what she said, I'm going to take that as her word, and I'm gonna hope that's going to be one little piece of the kind of healing that go on these people can do their business property rather than just attacking each other. Dan, I've got to let you go. Where's the Twitter handle again? Deanna Lorraine seven that's D E A N L O R A N E seven. All right. Thank you so much. We'll talk to you. Appreciate it. Lorraine? Eight hundred two two two five two two two or continue taking your calls on this cabinet hearing Lawrence. Dr drew its midday live, Dr drew. K G O eight ten. And at twenty one we need to take a look at the roadways.

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"Through. We'll be speaking standard Deanna Lorraine strategists effort occur right now. In the meantime, we'll go continue with your calls and he hundred two two two five t to Mike wanted to tell us something. Go ahead. Hey, you I'm not father, both boys and girls. And let's scares me. Is that in this society nowadays, all you need to do is be accused of something and you're guilty. I was accused of something long time ago and had to prove my innocence. And it was scary. It was really really scary. And it's I in this country. It is without a reasonable doubt. What? That's for a criminal action, and that its preponderance of evidence for civil and then what Senator Collins pointed out, again, we were talking about Senator Collins testimony before the congress today for the Senate, and what she said was she used the standard of more likely than not and that she didn't feel the evidence stood up to that standard. That was her logic. I mean, here's how he comes down. Nikki fifteen years ago, we were at a party, you touched me inappropriately say goodbye to your career say goodbye to all the hard work. You've done say goodbye to everything. Can you? Can you prove that I'm line? And again, it's it's the it's not so much that the it's the employer get scared of the mob that I think is sort of the culprit and all this is that there is no mob when you're just a regular citizen. I don't I don't. I'm not sure I don't know. I, you know, maybe maybe the mob is more localized like within. There's a big difference between someone just making a false accusation because they're angry at someone for another reason or someone really trying to hurt someone's career by doing it in a public fashion where the public figure would be called out. I we have to draw a line your comic. Go ahead. Sorry, debbie. Go ahead. Okay. I'm here. Can you hear me? Yep. I gotcha. Okay. So I guess the devil's triangle there were many from his high school that wrote in and said, it was in fact, a drinking game, they didn't even know that it has sexual connotation to it about time. And if you look in the yearbook there is a boy who says he's the one who invented the known. My next point is if you want both of these people to be telling the truth. She could be dealing with a repressed memory on. That's why she's not releasing her. Is a lifetime's repressed memories on not necessarily true number. But the person truly believes that and how you can have those not reliable. Let's let's go that far. Let's just say both of them have flawed memories, his lack of memory, remembering and her something about the memory is not right. I it just memories in exceedingly inaccurate mechanism that that's why I witnesses can't be relied upon when when people are I witnesses of a crime. They are there's a whole discipline of how inaccurate that is. But that's that's going down around the hall. I'm not sure we want to go to I want to introduce Seattle Lorraine GOP strategist political podcast host every thank you for calling. Appreciate you hanging on to. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having done. So before we get into this. Tell us where people can find you if they like to hear more. Yeah. They can join me on Twitter at Deanna Lorraine seven and also on YouTube Deanna Lorraine seven on my website, Deanna, Lorraine dot com. Throughout your thought where the action is your thoughts on Senator Collins testimony today. Oh, I think it's great. You know, she's finally standing up, and I never thought I would say this. But she was quite mindless before I think and just like Senator, you know, Graham, coming out guns blazing and finally taking a stance on all of this and saying that this really can't be tolerated anymore and cavenaugh is being treated unfairly. Now, we have a Collins standing up and saying that she's not gonna tolerate this any more. So I thought it was brave, and I thought it was I thought it was strong and powerful, and we need more of that. Well, lauren. Do you want to ask you have very different feelings about it? I know I just I think that she for the people that want this nomination to go through. I think she said everything that they wanted to hear and she did lay out his resume pretty clearly and the reasons that she wanted to vote. Yes for him. And she, you know, went into detail about discussions that she had with him about his Hugh digital. You know about his whole career and for her the accusations against him weren't enough to to vote now. So I think she did a good job of laying that out. Me personally, I did not want to see him confirm. So. Were you felt bad? You didn't like the fact she didn't talk about his drinking or is demeanor out. I mean, no one talked about relevant though, it's relevant. If you if you lied under oath about whether or not. Why is it a relevant? If you lied about his drinking habits that could have been seen as unoccupied about honest about it. Yeah. I mean, right. Enough corroborating evidence that he lied under oath about a drinking habit. Multiple of his classmates saying they've been with him where he has been fall down drunk, and there's no possible way that he could remember every single night of drink. Wait, I'm going to I'm going to a Washington Post. That's different. Lockout that's not remembering everything is different than blackout. Is it possible? Thinking that you wouldn't remember. And he said, no, I remember him saying about the blackout. You know, it's a lose lose situation for him. Because if he were to say that he did blackout. Then of course, they would say, oh, well, then during that one roller get our physicians we got us terms accurately or blacking out as a very specific thing. Not remembering things vaguely all memories affected by alcohol. So for him to save my memory wasn't affected by alcohol. Well, that's untrue of all human. Yeah. So characterized I should say he mischaracterizes drinking. I just didn't like we're gonna we're gonna do it. We're going to I'm sorry. But if we're going to hold up his confirmation, and he does have a pristine record. We're going to hold up his confirmation and say that he can't go through because if something happened in high school because if he may or may not remember certain moments when he was drinking highschool sometimes that really no man safe from that. I I don't know if that's not what we're holding up. It's not the behavior itself. Deanna that I had a problem with. I don't think anyone in America would blame someone for their drinking habits when they were seventeen years old. My problem with him mischaracterizing. His drinking, and and you know, between the Fox News interview and his testimony. Basically, I he he lost credibility with me. He was lying, and there's so many people that have come out to say that he was lying, and that's that's my biggest problem with people that came out to say he was telling the truth and what about Christine Ford's lying on under oath. She's the sheriff you're flying. And then she also said in the same breath, basically that she's been flying all across the country in the world in the last few decades with no issue at all you can have a fear and stuff. Why why I have horrible? Why don't anymore by different while I still flew Scott your comment. Go ahead. I mean. Thirteen on the radio and claim to something somebody up. He's.

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"We're going to talk a little bit about the riots they're the the supposed oh my god everyb all the palestinians are so upset to bunch of garbage it's a hamas perpetrated hamas is a terrorist group bill clinton identified them as a terrorist group israel gave them the gaza gave the gaza jews living in gaza hell no any christians i doubt it all right this is their idea of of liberty just themselves so what happens hamas comes to the border and they tell people to go over the border because israel isn't going to do anything got him got about sixty two of them killed now admitted that fifty of them were operatives for hamas besides the women and children they get killed we're gonna talk about that with the rabbi he's coming out at nine thirty i've got amy cooper hakeem we have a lot to talk to about her she's a multicount talented person who now wants to be a professional singer i answered the phone to the to the interview last the week before and she's singing on the other end i mean i didn't get to say hello she's singing and so so i said what are you doing she says singing this is okay i says well you have a good voice and she sent me a song she sang with her dad who's deceased and i can't play because who's gonna it's in hebrew so she's gonna she's gonna think about getting actually this is a rock and roll station trying to get a classic rock and song and there are now three and there what do you think that'd be great thick we could meet your voice is that good that maybe star will be born blind bomb hakeem music go the wind by mckean key wane that's right and we've got deanna lorraine coming the the love goddess she's great and we're gonna be talking about the the death of our birth rate birth rate is zero and it doesn't look like it's getting better and we've got the lawyer had clawson who seems to enjoy well talking about politics and finally we got our music director just walked in i guess because she picked the song she decides she can get in late now and we've got well we got lots of other stuff lots of other stuff so don't touch the down we're gonna take our first break right here this is the dave wind bomb show hey follow me.

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"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"deanna lorraine" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Know meeting people in real life but i think it's cool because it allows you to meet people outsiders if code and people that you might never have thought about before all the said your soulmate could be in another part of the world but there you're so me what about bars relationships i view the you know what your soul they could be anywhere so i think bars could work i've met hurt people from bars before chill but be careful about uh you know i i think you don't wanna be like so sloppy or go home within the first night i think that kind of sent the wrong message but um most importantly i think it should be going to places where you were you where you're likely to be where you're passions are who drunk driving dallas are drug uh suv what does enable me i think that that means that you're probably isn't it more ensure is kind of guy more masculine you'd probably are familyoriented i go to die due to appear at the eggs the eta everton here that i read right off the top man had you know uh i'll tell you what i think as soon as my girlfriend tells me what that is ladies and gentlemen thank you the animal rain though love i'm a dave wind farm and tell me about your book my burke is called making love great again the new road to reviving romance and winning at relationship how do you get it you can go to amazon there's a there's all versions paperback had kendall and it's a fantastic book about restoring some traditional values and conservative values around levin relationships the romance and uh and some other the mi2 movement is mentioned in their feminism all the kinds of factors that have led to this decay and romance and how to get it back on trade in your website is deanna lorraine dot com thank you so much hey follow me at dave wind bam dot com on twitter at.

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