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05:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on WRVA

"Wow. Unbelievable. Anyway. Eric Eggers joins us now and John Ponder joins us. Thank you both for being with us, John. I want to start with you and I want to start with this. Dominion software is Senator Cruz said. We we saw the problem in Michigan. You just heard Laura Cox give her testimony I read earlier in the program, the report from the secretary of state of Texas When they tested it. It was an unmitigated, appalling disaster, and they rejected it as a system to be used. As for counting votes in Texas, your thoughts well, your listeners don't need to understand the technical details on Dominion ways you just need to understand is like any program. This is a bunch of ones and zeros that either intentionally or either accidentally can have a glitch like any program. I hate to say falling short in Georgia may have been a blessing in disguise, because what you have to have any situations is a manual recount every recount in history. Has kept the boat within a few 100 votes. Now they manually count all these ballots in Georgia, and it's basically the same boat. Then it looks like the glitch didn't change things. But if it's 10,000 off, 20,000 off you enough to really change it there. You really have put the pressure, then back on everyone else who used the system and saying, This is more than your normal little glitches on election day of a few votes here and there. Unbelievable. I'm by the way. Eric Eggers also is with Peter Schweizer is group Government Accountability Institute. And he's the director Research. All right now I got to give you some props here because you called out Big tech. And the danger that they posed in terms of an information crisis long before what led up to this vote in 2020, congratulations, and when did you write this book fraud how the left plans to steal the next election. Yeah, Thank you, Sean. I started working on the book fraud Back in 2017. And both the book and the film The creepy line, which talked about the influence and power of Google and Facebook and the ways in which they may manipulate electoral outcomes. They both came out in 2018. So, yeah, I'm sad that the two of the products have worked on in the past few years seem to have culminated in a very real way and a very potentially damaging way for by the way, 2018. That was the year that secret empires was written by Peter Schweizer. I mean, we say busy at the government accountability in to Shawn, but, yeah, It was a big year for all of us. But I think the key thing that we're now seeing is this interesting convergence of thing, systemic vulnerabilities in our elections systems, and John's touching on. I think maybe a remedy of some of these hand recounts helped lead us that way with the Dominion software problems. But the other thing, too, and this is so big because everything that you're raising every audio clip that you played that your audience has heard. These are all real credible people raising concerns that demand answers and one of the things that I explored in the film creepy line that I think it's so important Now, remember, we were all conditioned leading up to Election Day. We all saw that the tags and the banners that say it may take several days for the votes to be counted. This means that the system is working exactly as it's supposed to. We all saw that on many social media sites. How come now we are now being told, like any time anyone raises an allegation of voter fraud, despite the many credible allegations and instances that have been documented How come they're getting the total censorship and delish in body social media sites when I think American democracy demands no less than the very hard questions that are being raised Be answered in the court of law. That's what American stand for. That's how American democracy is supposed to work and, you know, hopefully we have a chance to get a full vetting of the process. So you spent a year and a half, You know, researching your book and saying that? Yeah, This is what the left wants to do. We see the distinction in the different some states are still counting votes. Here. It is. What? Nine days after the election day, others could call you know, within an hour after the polls close And we obviously have a lot of problems and we can start a lot of different ways. Voter ideas. Certainly one of the mail in ballots is a huge problem. I don't like the fact that people can vote a month or five weeks, six weeks ahead of time and You know all the events that might influence one's vote haven't happened yet. That fathers may so what if we want to stop this? How do we do it? And and where do you go with this mess from here? It's a great question, and I think that you have in Senator Johnson on to talk about how it's always one political party that's fighting against any common sense measure of improving election integrity. Right on Lee one party fights against the implementation of voter ID. Even though you need an idea to perform almost any basic civic function in this country, including ironically, attending the Democratic National Committee Convention in 2016, it's only one political party that fights against the removal of a legal dead. Or, you know, no longer valid voters from voter rolls. And so one of the things that I found and think this is what the other people have had on him. So correctly pointed out is on Lee. One party has consistently supported The conditions in which fraud has been proven to thrive, not the least of which, unfortunately, is absentee or mail in balloting. Even the New York Times has acknowledged that when you have a massive increase in mail in balloting, that's the one form of voting. That's the most susceptible to fraud. The way we go from here. We have common sense standards that include voter ID vote, signature verification and common sense reforms, including what the deadline will be if we're gonna continue to see an increase in absentee your mail in balloting hard and.

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"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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05:12 min | Last month

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Me your sports. Rodney's gotta be turning over in his grave and didn't hear about, like, three cars, honking horns. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know. He was trying to make some some, but I guess the difference between competing And working hard He was trying trying. I guess. I mean, he's right. You know, you couldn't work very, very hard and still not be competitive Mind. I'm sure there are football teams of practice hours and hours a day and to go out there and like the Jets are still Owen sick, so I understand his point, but by the time he gets to it, five people just died. Possessed, complete and total disaster. Now this Ah, this pathological psycho liar. He's almost as bad as Governor Cuomo. This Adam Schiff. He led the Ukraine hoax impede the impeachment. Ukraine hooks. Impeachment on it was based on total falsehoods. They didn't even mention at the Democratic National Committee Convention that the president was impeached. That's how much time we wasted while the China virus was invading our country we will consume because of this guy Adam Schiff and the impeachment hopes but anyway, which which, by the way is funny and ironic, because impeachment hoax is all about the Ukraine, and it's Donald Trump's competitors. The guy an autumn shipside. That clearly is guilty of corruption in the Ukraine. Clue. It's just It's funny. You think about that for a second, but we know that it's it's actually it's it's dangerous because the FBI, the deep state The deep state had that exculpatory information. In other words, that Donald Trump was right. Joe Biden was engaging in corruption. They had that information. They had it. They had had it for six months, and that's why the Demand. The Mac computer repairman contacted Rudy Giuliani's I gave this to the FBI. I have a copy of the hog. I know what's on it. They're not saying anything. So in any case still, you have this Adam Schiff. And Nancy pull it the two of them. Russia, Russia, Russia the same thing on all the fake news channels. They're going back to this Russian thing. It's like they're all they gotta Democratic. Talking point. Listen, Adam Schiff. Well, we know that this whole smear on Joe Biden comes from the Kremlin, but clearly the origins of this whole smear are from the Kremlin. And the president is on ly too happy to have Kremlin help in trying to amplify it. I think we know who the driving force behind this smear has been all along, and it's been the president. So you hear the two Ah, the two pivotal words. They're smear and Kremlin. They're told to say that every time you talk smear Kremlin cause even Joe Biden said that when a CBS reporter dared to ask him He says. That's a smear. And I'm I'm not surprised. You asked that question. How dare you and that person was suspended. I think that night by CBS here is the director of national intelligence. His name is John Radcliff. He knows he will. He's the guy responsible for giving Adam Schiff his intelligence information. So if Adam Schiff is saying that this is Russian disinformation, he would have gotten it from this guy. Radcliffe here is that the DNA reckless With regard to Hunter Biden's laptop being part of a Russian disinformation campaign and the intelligence community believing that are assessing that is simply not true. The only intelligence that Adam Schiff gets is the intelligence that we the intelligence community give him and we have given him. No such intelligence. So they just look you in the eye and flat out. Bust out what boldface lie to you and the same. The meeting. Forget Big tech is that this is horrible, Horrible. Big Tech is doing just centering The whole New York Post in the story again. I mentioned Steve Lacey last night. A journalist. He works for Fox. Fox has verified all this stuff. They talked about some Russian disinformation. Another story. They never alluded to Joe Biden in this story itself. I mean, this is a big story. It's out there. It's worth reporting on even if you don't believe it. So Steve Lacey. It's 10 P.m.. Do you know where your balls are? At S O. Larry Trump was on with Jake Tapper. You played a clip. He took her head off for complaining about Joe's or talking about Joe's cognitive decline. Yes, well when they talked about this hunter Biden scandal, China And Joe Biden. Joe Biden, by the way, was getting kickbacks from Hunter and he was getting paid Emails show from the Chinese Lower Trump actually alluded to it. Listen to away. Ah, Jake Tapper who knows better knows all about this stuff. Listen the way he responded. I know it's been very lucrative for Joe Biden and his family. China. This president. I don't know what that means. But I don't I don't I don't know what that means. I don't know what that would mean that I'm not so obnoxious to shake so bad. So, bed said I can't even tell you how again gross. It is Gross and and you expect out from the cold Wallace or Katy Tour, or Ali Velshi. What on Lemon But Jake every now and then comes across as a rational, You know, self thinker, and then he does stuff like that. And you got to put him right back in that. CNN. MSNBC box is exactly right. That's where he really is where his heart lies that either he tries Look, we have Miranda divine and, ah, Joe Biden getting us an ice cream question Coming up on the other side connected. 24.

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"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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09:02 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Baxter. This is John Baxter Show. Good evening. I welcome Daniel Henninger, deputy editor of the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal. Most importantly, the author of the Column, Wonderland. Regarding Joe Biden's candidacy for the Democratic Party after the Democratic National Committee Convention. Joe Biden's speech We look at a man who is making a promise that is recognisable in American history. A return to normal, say The restoration of the way things used to be. Once upon the time, normalcy was the product of the Great War 1914 to 1918. Followed by the pandemic and the first site Treaty of 1919. Well, here we are 100. Years later, Dan. A very good evening to you. It is a fetching idea to return to normalcy. Is Joe Biden. Offering this because he thinks the American people are embracing it. Does he defined it in such a way that brings it up to date? After all, it is not 1919 1920. Good evening to you, Dad. Father John of Well, to be sure, this is the the idea that Joe Biden and the Democrats are trying to put across that his presidency will make the country normal again. And it is not an implication. It is a objective. Fact that the Democrats across four nights of the convention argue that the country's light from normalcy into abnormality is wholly a function of Donald J. Trump. Even more specific than that. I mean, the argument is basically that Trump himself. His personality is the cause of the abnormality in American politics. They didn't actually spend all that much time talking about Trump's policies, uh, things he's done allowing Republicans in their convention to go on a great length about what backed the government doing. But recall buying the idea of Joe Biden is the normal with something that occurred back in the primaries. Couple of events have happened since then, John, which I think makes this idea preposterous, won the Corona virus. Darting back in late February. Early March economy shut down overnight, historically unprecedented event Virtually everyone in the country sent home stores, businesses, airlines hotels all closed. And then come late May the killing of George ploy on the protest that followed. Not merely The ones just after it was bad enough, but they had persisted up until this week now in Kenosha over another police incident. And the idea that the United States with the wave of along kind of like puff the Magic dragon on no member. Third is going to make the wicked trump go away and go back to the way things were. Isa Pipedream. We are not going back to the way things work. I think people are more concerned another with what their lives are going to be as they worked their way. Through the virus. Um, through the fact their Children are not going back to school, Um, Children, kids in college completely unsettled about whether they're going to stay away a college or come back home. That is not the least bit normal. But nonetheless, the Democrats and buying keep trying to make the case that it Donald Trump goes away. Uncle Joe Biden will make everything good again. I think that's increasingly striking Many people as Ah, Pipe drink. You report correctly that people are fleeing New York City. I won't speak for L. A San Francisco in Chicago. I've read the same In fact, I know someone who sold his Property in Chicago and is moving to New England. Dan. What is Joe Biden offer for the people who are going to vote for him who can no longer live in large cities Because of the disruption that you've now identified? Does Joe Biden have an answer? It is not, nor do the Democrats, nor do they want to talk about I mean this outward migration from the cities. Has picked up truly in the past three months since the Floyd protests. I mean the protest in New York and Los Angeles, other cities on top of the pandemic. With the last straw for a lot of people in, many of whom are liberals leading his cities we saw after quenched the head of the New York Police Union at the Republican Convention last night. Arguing that one of the reasons it's happening is because the police and these cities do not feel that the Democratic mayors or just attorneys are supporting. So they're pulling back. This is a real phenomenon. This is not something the Republicans had to make up. You can see it every night on the news, and we went through four nights of the Democratic convention. In which they didn't not once mentioned that that was described over and over again correctly. So at the Republican convention, I passed John I am Just astonished. That the Democratic Party has found it so difficult to come to grips with the urban unrest, which is affecting But both Black Americans living in the neighborhood where the shootings are occurring. You would think of a major political party would have a way of addressing. But so far we aren't seeing it. You mentioned Kenosha, Wisconsin. Perhaps it's a good thing to see that the governor of Wisconsin Tony ever is a Democrat. Is in conversation with the White House for a day for the people of Kenosha. However, a new incident that I just came to today, Dan I didn't see it right away. The threats to Senator Rand Paul and his wife following the president's speech last night in downtown Washington, D C. Thanks to the Washington police Senator Rand and his wife were not harmed. But Dan, this has to be answered. It's strange. Joe Biden is that normal? Is Joe Biden going to walk into a crowd and say, Don't assault a U. S. Senator. He should. But he can't and one of the reasons you can't is because of the way the Democrats are trying to be trying to frame incidents like this or these protests, which include violence Minneapolis at another night of looting few nights ago. Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom target local stores looted in Minneapolis. Here's the Democratic art. These protests. The peaceful protests are justified over the phenomenon of police brutality. So I guess the argument is that the lob around Senator Paul within 5 ft of his face. This is something they oppose and announce of the people standing 25 or 50 ft away. Who aren't that close. That's a peaceful protest. And so they're trying to make a distinction between the crowd that's behind them and the mob that's committing the violence. John, this is a distinction without a difference. It's preposterous, and one's just simply has to wonder how much longer Joe buying who, in fact set in an ABC interview. They're so going. Thanks. Donald Trump is rooting for the violence, which is a load, of course, this thing to say. How much longer they can persist in closing their eyes to the reality and trying to say something intelligent about it. We have less than minute, Dan Will Joe Biden campaign in Minneapolis in Kenosha in Portland and Seattle in Washington, D C and speak of these facts. I think he has to. I don't think he could bunker down there Wilmington and Pennsylvania at this point because of what we're talking about, I mean, Donald Trump will be in Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada. Campaigning and talking amongst the people that they're not big crowds. I don't see how job I could get away without going out there doing the same thing. I think the public will mark it down if he tries to do that, Daniel Hanniger, the deputy editor of the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal writing Wonderland, Normalcy Question, Mark. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Bachelor, Sha..

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"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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01:43 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"WNBC traffic in transit heavy delays getting onto the George Washington Bridge and bound on the upper deck. The right wing closed till five AM under the apartments for roadwork at 30 minutes late. The 80 95 express lanes. The inbound lower deck is closed. No delay for the Holland or Lincoln tunnels and alternate son. Parking rules will be in effect for Tuesday. Meanwhile, in the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, heavy delays due to an accident closing two lanes north of Camden Plaza, at least 25 minutes away. And into New Jersey. We have a collision, closing the three right lanes of the Garden State Parkway north at Exit 1 43 c. It's at least a 15 minute delay from exit 1 43 B. The express Lanes of 78 Newark are closed eastbound exit 57 to 58 4 construction, with all traffic diverted to the local lanes and a full closure of the truck lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike in the north bound direction. I'm Tom Rogers Talk radio 77 w A. B. C. I'm John Baxter. This is John Baxter Show Welcome by colleague Conrad Black, the author, most recently of Donald Trump president like no other to help us understand a strange turn in the acceptance speech By Joe Biden Last week, virtually For the Democratic National Committee Convention. They quote in, it seems inarguably attached to a very prominent Canadian politician now deceased named Jack Layton. And I go to how the national post that is one of the major newspapers of Canada presented.

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"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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03:44 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"That northern state issue, the westbound side of the U boat tapping the brakes from Lakeville Road to cross Island Parkway, Southern state jammed up westbound Meadowbrook Parkway on out towards Peninsula Boulevard getting report Oven incident out that way Sunday. Parker rose for tomorrow on Russ Fire Next Port 7 31 on 10 10 wins. Well as expected, the House has passed a measure from Democrats to boost the US Postal Service ahead of the November election. Despite opposition from President Trump. The bill sends $25 billion in pandemic rescue funding to the post office, which is bracing to receive millions of mail in ballots this year from people who'd rather not vote in person because of the pandemic. Hundreds of House members put their August break on hold to head back to Capitol Hill for the vote. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has more on the debate that led up to today's vote. This is a five alarm fire on our democracy. That's Massachusetts Democrat Jim A. Governor says. Recent changes under the direction of the postmaster general have slowed down delivery of male medications packages and soon. Delivery of mail in ballots. This is another wasteful partisan exercise. That's Republican Rob Would all of Georgia who calls this faux political outrage, just a punctuation mark at the end of the Democratic National Committee Convention Week. Among other things, the bill requires the postmaster general to roll back the changes he has implemented that led to the slowdown in service. Lindy Canyon Washington Earlier today, President Trump again tweeted that vote by mail is vulnerable to fraud. But his campaign as yet produced in the evidence of that, and critics say the Trump campaign is looking to undermine the election. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy told senators on Friday that election male will arrive on time this year. But he couldn't provide a planet for it. Which news time 7 23. The weekend has gotten off to a deadly start in the city with more gun violence. Officers who answered a 911 call it a home in Coney Island around to this afternoon found a man fatally wounded. The NYPD identifies the victim is 20 year old Fabian Abney. No arrests. Yet it happened only a block away from where an uber driver was shot and wounded the night before the homicide in Coney Island was at least the second gun deaths is Friday night. The five boroughs. One of the deadly shootings overnight was that of a 25 year old woman in the Bronx. The police received a 911 call of someone being assaulted when they arrived at 3 35 East 152nd Street. I found the woman dead from a gunshot wound to her head. The Coney Island victim is an uber driver. The police say he was shot last night as he sat in his car on Neptune Avenue and 24th Street. A man on a bicycle rolled up to the car, and for some reason, the two started arguing. Then the police say the guy on the bike, pulled out a gun and started shooting preliminarily. The police don't believe the two men knew each other. The driver was hit in his torso. Somehow he managed to drive until he found a police officer who helped him get to the hospital. He is expected to survive. Also in Brooklyn in bed Stuy, two men were shot outside the Tompkins houses. They, too, are expected to live and in Harlem. Ah, woman was shot in both legs at 128th Street, and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard unknown why she was shot. But she is stable. Carol D'Auria 10 10 wins news. Well, it's not unusual to see a shortage of school supplies and stores this time of year. Now there's even a back to school shortage of laptops, with distance learning, apparently causing a search in demand. Now the world's three biggest computer companies Lenovo, HP and Dell, or Warning school districts that they're short some five million laptops. Schools that expected to receive shipments of computers this month are now being told they may not come until the fourth quarter. Or later. Low cost species like Chromebooks were especially hard to find, because they're the computer of choice for many cash strapped school district wins news time 7 25 Hi Lucy from Texas here, with more of our time spent at home. It was inevitable.

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"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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06:04 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of the conference Presidents is here with me because we're discussing with The Israeli ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, of laying the events of these last days and hours because of momentous decisions that are being made in the Middle East positively. We speak of the conversation and rapprochement between the U. A. E and Israel Now we must speak to an announcement by the Trump Administration these last hours the US is To initiate a process at the U. N. Security Council to reinstate international sanctions on Iran lifted under a 2015 nuclear deal. The so called snapback sanctions, Mr Ambassador, I will ask. That was similar question. Did you think this day would come on your watch? And is this had positive for peace in the region? Definitely I I thought it would come on, please, that it came. The nuclear deal with Iran has been on life support for sometime And this decision pulls the plug on that deal, which was a very dangerous steel for the state of Israel. It did not block Iran's path to the bomb. I know a lot of people said that at the time, But believe me if we had a deal on the table that actually blocked Iran's path to nuclear weapons, Israel would be the first country in the world to support the reason why we oppose that, John Is because this deal pays Iran's path to a bomb. It puts restrictions on Iran. It placed restrictions on Iran's nuclear program there were automatically removed in a few years. And the automatic removal of restrictions where the Iran doesn't have to change its behavior. All they have to do is wait is the reason why this was a very bad deal, and the deal put a number of sunset clauses into place After five years, the arms embargo against Iran was going to be ended at eight years. The missile restrictions on Iran would be ended in 10 years. The centrifuge restrictions would be ended in 15 years, the uranium stockpile restrictions would be ended. And the first one of these sunset qualities was coming up in October and the United States Administration decided to act and to bring an extension of the arms embargo against Iran to the U. N. That's what they did last week and the international community, the leading powers. Of the world refused to act and it's a colossal failure because in refusing to act, it means that in short order Iran would be able to bind sell weapons from major super powers like Russia and China, and the United States rightly has decided to not allow that to happen and snap back all the sanctions. And in doing that, it's a really historic It's a completion of a historic change that happened. The change began when President Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal. It continued when he was stored sanctions against Iran. It continued when he removed all the waivers that enabled Iran to sell oil. Oh, and this. This is sort of the final stage in that process. Hopefully it will be the final nail in the coffin of the nuclear deal with Iran, and I hope I hope that other countries in the world will follow it and understand that they cannot do a deal with the regime. That openly calls and vows to destroy the state of Israel that wreaked havoc throughout the Middle East and you see Iran, Iraq and Syria and Lebanon and Yemen in Gaza that has an international terror network. You saw what happened in Ah in Lebanon, and they're still getting to the bottom of that. And what exactly happened in Beirut, But Hezbollah, you know, stores, armaments and explosives in many, many places within a Lebanon and Iran does things like this all over the world. And it was wrong to do that nuclear deal with Iran. There was no reason to do it and we're very, very pleased. Israel is pleased that the Trump Administration has taken this step and it is very good for peace and security in the region. Snapback provision, though, are not automatically. The United States supports it. Do you think that they can get the supported Security Council? We have a very tight deadline of September 18th. And they don't get the support will convey implement that unilaterally to to effect as they've done the sanctions until now. Yeah, the snapback is actually supposed to be automatic. That was the argument that was made at the time that you won't have to rely on the other countries to do it. What happens is the second the United States tables this and says that they are initiating the snapback process. Within 30 days. If nothing is done, all the sanctions are restored all the sanctions that were removed five years ago. A restored what can happen is someone can build. One of the members of the P five or participants in the original deal, which includes other members as well can bring a resolution. It says that the that the suspension of sanctions should continue. And then the U. S can veto that resolution. Which they will. So you know, the U. S is the US understands it. This starts the process of bringing the sanctions back in 30 days, and it's just in time because in October, Iran will be able to buy and sell weapons. And the last thing you want to do would be the give the biggest sponsor of terrorism in the world, the ability to buy and sell weapons openly and to get to get airplanes and submarines and often sorts of things like that it would be a disaster. It would provide those weapons in Iran enable Iran to provide those weapons to their terror proxies. They're trying to do everything they can in violation of a U. N Security Council. Imagine what they'll do if there is no U. N Security Council resolutions to do this openly. So it's very important that the United States took this made this decision today. We thank the ambassador from the state of Israel to the United States. Ron Dermer. Malcolm Hoenlein Conference of Presidents, Major American Jewish organizations, These momentous events that will have very positive influence for the rest of this century. Very positive. It's a long time coming, and it's good to hear the word peace twice in the same conversation. I'm John Bachelor. This is the virtual coverage of the Democratic National Committee Convention. Thanks to my partner's a skull a dotcom, let scholar help your business, improved digital communication with customers and shape future success. Visit scholar dot com.

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01:50 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"B. C. As you go, sap and right around the Queensboro Bridge. You got an accident There. Delays stretch back from the eighties and going north down a bit slow. Also in the eighties and nineties on the FDR, Westside highways doing great Hudson River crossings Lincoln and Hollander. Fine, but the inbound George Washington Bridge has construction on the upper deck about 15 minute. Wait, They're inbound. Try to use the lower level inbound. That's just a minor wait. Eastbound 80 Some construction delays as you get over to route 23 Wayne and westbound Route three slow through Secaucus because of work they're doing on the Hackensack River Bridge. Everything's fine on Long Island. I'm Steve Reggie. Talk Radio 77 w A. B. C. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter. So good evening on the road to election. 2020. This is Thie Democratic National Committee Convention virtual presented by my partners of scholar dot com, bringing ideas and leaders together to test their communication, their vision of the future. Let's scholar help your business. Improved digital communication with customers visit scholar dot com today to learn more I welcome my Colleague, Malcolm Hoenlein of the conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations were here to a note and explicate the most incredible development in international relations in these last years, which is.

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07:13 min | 3 months ago

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"Victor Davis Hanson, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, writing most recently of the unknowns, the imponderables the challenges as we witness the Democratic National Committee convention around us, Mr. Biden speaking About 2020 Victor has a list of 10. I'm going to go right to a major imponderable. But here it is the lock down, Victor. A very good evening to you. The lock down has apparently reshaped this election. Involved in Biden's favor or not. Can we tell I think If the virus were waxing rather than waiting in the cases nationwide have been going down serially the whole month of August. I think it helps trump because then redefined as war there, you're gonna put 50 million kids. Back into school or not, And that's an issue that according to all polls, most parents want to put them back and the objections to it from unions and operatives transparently either political or careerist. I think that's the issue that helps Trump The Lock down is part of the story of the virus. It is impossible to predict the virus, but we're told their vaccines on the way. Mr Trump's administration has developed the testing the virus, the The programs that were looking to solve the vaccine. All of this sophisticated response these many months that the Democrats have said we could do better, but in any event does this help or hurt Biden that Mr Trump has organized an apparatus to respond? Well, I think it hurts Biden, but in a larger sense, I think The lock down the virus hurt and the and the transformation to a virtual campaign hurt Trump for more than it did by inoffensive. Trump had a false multiple force multiplying effect with those rallies. It wasn't just the people who went the people who looked at it and saw that enthusiasm once they took that away from him. That venue in a weird way, allowed by the sequester himself for 90 days in the basement, and then all of the things that were his vulnerabilities, live press conferences. Saying something spontaneous and Amine are rally or town Hall, which you got in trouble with the whole primary season. And, most importantly, the debates I think have now been kind of recalibrated Zoom. Bye, Kara. You know virtual surrogate experiences on DH, whether that will be possible. Behold. All the way to the election. I don't know, but it seems to favor by that type of campaign and trump as desperately as you say, trying to find mechanisms to Should do something other than the rally, maybe at the tarmac. I hope next week's They don't all the Democratic format because it's kind of a disaster as Faras ratings going, enthusiast The economy s and P 500 an all time high within hours. Same for the NASDAQ, The economy can be described as a troubled, deeply troubled because of the unemployment and then again I note that the jobless numbers drop in Pennsylvania. They also drop in Georgia in Nevada. Those air three quid three critical votes here, especially Pennsylvania. Theis economy. However, it contains a lot of unemployed people. Does the economy help or hurt Biden the fact that it's recovering the fact that he does not at this point offer a programme other than the green new deal. Is it a plus for Biden what were sluggish? I think it's I think it should be a negative providing because everybody understands of economy hadn't been so. Resilient, booming that during the stress period of the lock down the virus that would have collapsed and utterly, but I think Biden has kind of demagogic pre successfully just says what who's ever in charge. Gets the blame or the credit. The economy is not good right now in comparison to an average economy, so we're going to blame Trump. The problem without is if the economy starts to really heat up in October, and it could because It depends a lot on the lock down. The lock down means that 50 million kids have to have their parents at home, or at least one of them. An economy will never fire on always cylinders unless you get the kids in school that Democrats know that the unions no doubt. They weaponized issue, but short term it helps by whether it helps him long term. We don't know yet we'll come back to the social anarchy as we speak, but right now The mystery of Mr Biden. Does it help or hurt him? That we're not sure How healthy is there that there have been these moments that are strange to interpret other than to the negative Is this a positive that were were unclear about his future? No. No, I think it's a negative. I think everybody, especially with the combination of, um, come all heroes because I think people think she's an opportunistic and she sort of hard hearted almost, you know, predatory and she's circling around him. Reminding everybody that if he slipped, she's going to be there. And that puts additional pressure on a man and has to be careful how he handled it. You know, he doesn't want to make fun of cognitive issues. But on the other hand I think it's clear now that most people that Joe Biden cannot conduct a traditional campaign. He's not able to get up anymore and four in the morning and meet people till midnight. It's hard on anybody but the town halls, the on scripted press conferences, the communiques the back and forth. He's not able to do that, and he's gonna have and everybody knows that how long they'll put up with it depends on the polls. If he's still in the real clear politics average, you know, 78 ahead. A beacon he conveyed to think. But if he starts to lose ground, it'll be geometric and you'll have to react and recalibrate very quickly could. It's not working to play fourth quarter of play? It's a football and, you know it's a puzzle about the polls because they show that Mr Biden is doing well, but We're not confident is his candidacy based entirely on Poles. Is that where we are? Is that why it's so strange? I don't know. I think that's a very good point. I think it is And I think as long as the Poles did not force him out that he felt comfortable. I think he also probably was that's understandably 77. He's had 2 10 hour brain operations. He's not in great health. So we thought, you know, I'm very vulnerable to the cold bit. And I could shake the wrong hand or eye could get sprayed on by the long reporter and I could die so he wants to. I can understand that. But the point is that, uh The poles or govern his entire behavior. I think once they start to get even with Trump, but he's gonna have to really radically shift and that loves the subjects. I think this week of the Democratic convention that Their internal polling has told him because every single candidate was on message. Vote vote vote biggest selection of our whole life. You got to get out, but I gotta let you gotta get people in the boat. I've never heard Democrats talk so so vehemently about voting they must have internal polls say the race is tightening..

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05:37 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And you know the ratings for the Democratic Convention of First Two nights have been absolutely abysmal. No good. No, not not even close. I want to see last like 50% 50 50% down from 2016. That's right. Right? Well, yeah, but last night you had Hillary and Obama and Barack Obama should say And Kamala Harris. Lock up a brother. Yeah, that's are so maybe, but may have been a big night. You wouldn't have turned things around. We're going to put that guy that was Ah, hilarious, preacher. We're gonna play a little bit later. It's funny. Stay tune. You're going to hear this guy. But yeah, they lost to America's got talent. Oh, my God, I I think I heard Tuckers say they lost two AA AA group of Filipino jugglers. America's got wearing shiny shoes or something like that. I don't even know how it's turned or or Osama cowl anymore. It was, but it's so boring. It's boring. It's terrible. It's I mean the whole zoom aspect of it. And not to mention the negativity. The race baiting the gloaming dome. Everybody sounds fake. America sucks. Cops are bad. I mean, it's just It's just too sick. They are and it's all about. It's all about President Trump. They don't Delaney or outline their policies. How you know you're the policies are going to affect you. Ah, you know, they're going to take away your private insurance We're gonna replace you would tell me. Tell me. Tell me what you have. That's so great that you're going to replay Take away my private health insurance. Tell Mae and the green New Deal crap that the boss, they just generally allude, Tio. I mean, you know, California. Has actually implemented a lot of these green new deal regulations on a state level and what they have in California. Believe it or not, in the state of California. What you aspire to. Ah move, Teo. They have their They have consistently in the whole state have rolling blackouts. The utility up. Ah, utility Bill is skyrocketing. If you live in California skyrockets that all over California all over California. Even Carmel. That's even no exceptions. No, Except are you sure I'm 1000%. I don't know. And on average, Ahh. Tank of gas cost double the national average. I don't drive with their green new deal. Do you take a car? Yes. Well, then you'll pay If you pay a taxi when you don't know me, But I'm telling you November 20% hold. Nobody want to hear all this stuff that they're going to screw you with Andi. That's the Democratic National Committee Convention. But they won't tell you the details. I understand that. But here you are ruining my time and dream to go to California. You're the same guy. At last. I talked to you on the train on the way to do television on Fox News. You said you were considering retiring to Vermont and last I checked the guy. That's one. That damn state for the last 100 years is Bernard Sanders. Well, there's always New Hampshire. Ah, Yeah, Vermont is very liberal, but it's beautiful. I mean, it's just glory, Cole. Just very I love the cold. Love it look and Oh, and not to mention this overt endorsement by the Democratic National Convention off Black lives matter. I mean, this is the most disgusting, despicable aspect of it. This is this really racist. Aah! Marxist anti Semitic America hating, cop hating. Nobody by the anti cop bigotry on display at the Democratic National Convention on the part of Obama on the part of Kamala Harris on a part of everybody and Joe Biden again, tweeting his support of good year after they you know why I talked about that last hour. Just everything is anti cop note. Nobody supporting our Ah, first responders. I mean, the guys who ran into the burning buildings. I'm not a bile away from us, you know, And that lost their lives when upstairs as the buildings were crumbling down, and then the same part of the same department that saved thousands of lives in this city. Black lives I would would point out in this city because of you know, they're policing. Well, like I said, we got hold us to question too. But I don't remember when the cops were running up the stairs as the buildings were coming down 9 11, and that's coming up on 19 years. Very, very quickly. I don't remember a cop saying, Oh, that guy's a black. I leave him here. You may be hearing that I never saw anything like that. No, no. Yeah, Yeah. No, it's really It's sickening and again, somebody like President Obama. You would think you know he's from Chicago till and oh, yeah, no Mention whatsoever of Ah, you know the carnage, the crime, the black victims. Where's the empathy for Dev L. Gardner and Brandon Hedrick's in this city to kids killed by gunfire. One of them was a one year old shot in his stroller. Where's your empathy for those kids? Well because of black lives matter, those kids a deadline, and Bill O'Reilly pointed out this morning and he said to join us in about 25 minutes. You're not going to hear that because During Obama's administration. During his eight years 25,000 black people were murdered in Chicago hundreds. Hundreds of those were kids. Lovell Gordon was age, so you're not going to Barack Obama talk about that. Now you have. Ah, it's actually doubled it Z. It's increasing almost exponentially. Because of what black lives matter has done this. This and and again, that's AH, fake. It's a phony organization is a bait and switch. It's a con job. It's a fraud. It's everything I said before. They don't care about George Floyd. Necessarily. They care about their have another agenda and the president overtly endorsing the the quote unquote peaceful protesters in the street. Take a look to the young people who lead Us this summer telling us we need to be better. In so many ways you are this country's dreams fulfilled. Son of.

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02:21 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Obama and Bernie Sanders got the virtual Democratic National Convention off to a start last night with sharp attacks aimed directly at President Trump. So what's in store for a night number two. Let's find out from Al Jones. He's at the 10. 10 wins Election desk again for us at Glen. It is part two of this four part miniseries eight hours over four nights with a smattering of live events surrounded by mostly taped programming. Instead of the around the convention center roll call that were used to tonight We will have the formal nomination of Joe Biden and it will be done, of course, virtually 57 states and territories in 30 minutes ABC is Andy Feel joins us Live now in Andy. The second night will feature the old guard and perhaps the new first lady. Yeah, it's Oval Office night. Former Presidents Clinton and Carter, just a few of the top speakers, storing their support behind the former vice president. Biden expect to hear them doom or of singing, Mr Bynes praises and perhaps less of the attacks on the current president. And Joe Biden's wife, Dr Jill, lifelong teacher will make her pitch for his election inside of Delaware's Brandywine High School. That's what she taught English back in the early nineties. She's going to talk about the anxiety somebody parents have about sending their Children back to school without having the risk their lives or their parents lives. A lot of things on there. Sally Yates is going to be talking. She is the former acting Attorney general of the United States, who the president has spent a good time bashing and fired at one point. She was one of the people involved originally in the whole thing that's marked this Russia. Investigation. Charles Schumer, one of the president's and emphases on Capitol Hill, will be speaking Caroline Kennedy. It's AH, It's going to be an action. Well, not enough. It's action packed but certainly star studded lineup tonight. This virtual Democratic National Committee convention. Virtually That's going to be a jam packed two hours. Also on the roster, representative Alexandria Cancio Cortez. So, of course, starting at nine o'clock to 11 o'clock, two hours. Mrs Knight number two of the Democratic National Convention. Al Jones, 10 10 wins news. And stay with 10 10 wins tonight for our special coverage of the Democratic National Convention without Jones and our Paul jams. Macular says Really nice night and actually quite comfortable. Get.

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WHAS 840 AM

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Right now with a 52 year old 17 year old female in the 72 year old male The mayor also announced the extension of an executive order because Koven cases are still out there. I'm extending the executive order for making that declares a state of emergency in our city that gives us some flexibility particularly relates to procurement issues. First issued that in March, and it's been in effect ever since it was supposed to expire August the 31st. But now we're going to go and expended extended another month of September, 30th Across the street from the mayor's office is the Metro Council chambers. That's where seven Republicans gathered on Monday to announce that they would be calling for a no confidence vote against him. He claims to be transparent. But when we want to find out what the truth is, he doesn't share Minority Caucus Chairman Kevin Cramer told reporters at a news conference Monday that the mayor force their hand by not being upfront about the Rianna Taylor case. Councilmember Scott Reed concurs. Nobody wanted this, but we feel like we have no choice but to do this. The resolution cites a refusal of administration staff to testify regarding Briana Taylor case and ongoing protests. Councilmember Anthony P. Argentine E. My constituents asked me every day. When are we going to ask this mayor to resign? The legislation will be heard in committee next week and could be voted on in the following Full Metro Council meeting on September 3rd. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W H A. S that comes as Louisville hits the 100 Homicide Mark after I Limpy D is called on an accent and shooting near Eric Oy Park. Officers arriving to new cut road and Park Road just before 11 Monday night, finding a crash car with four people in it. Two of them were dead on arrival. The other two were taken. University Hospital in Critical condition. There are no suspects. You know anything? Call the anonymous tip line. That number is 574 l m p d today marks the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump hosting a delegation of women at the White House today marking the occasion. The event began with a short history. Recap of the woman's suffrage movement in the summer of 18 48 Elizabeth Cady Stanton stood before the first ever women's rights convention in Seneca Falls, New York. And declared that women should enjoy this fundamental. Civil right. What a job she did. The president also announced that he'll be granting a pardon this afternoon to Susan B. Anthony. She was arrested for attempting to vote as a woman. It's night two of the Democratic National Committee's convention and the Democrat's will work to humanize Joe Biden Tonight. ABC is Alex Stone is in Wilmington, Delaware. Introducing Dr Jill Biden tonight in a montage. Joe Biden will talk about his wife as second lady. She was teaching full time. For eight years. 15 credits this semester. Then Dr Biden will address sedation live from a place close to her heart Brandywine High School here in Wilmington, where she taught English in the early nineties. In fact, she'll be back in the very classroom that she taught in tow. Lay out our case to elect her husband, Alex Stone, ABC NEWS, Wilmington, Delaware. You're next news update is at 11 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40 W H. A S Here's your chance to win. $1000.

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KTOK

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on KTOK

"There's a new rallying cry on the campaign trail among some supporters of democratic presidential candidate. Bernie sanders. The Senator from Vermont, it's called Bernie or bust. What it means is that many supporters of the self-described democratic socialist say that they will vote for President Trump. If Mr. Sanders is denied the democratic nomination for a second time more from Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner. Emily, what are you hearing? Contingent of Bernie Sanders supporters who really like his sort of outside of the norm persona that he has and aren't really your typical hardcore Democrats a lot of times. They I independence and. In the last election cycle in twenty sixteen. There were about twelve percent of people who voted for Sanders and the democratic primaries who ended up voting for Trump and the general election, which was an interesting phenomenon and barrack Opole out now showing that this could be a trend in this election cycle. And the there were twenty six percent of Sanders reporters, an Emerson told us months who said that they would vote for Donald Trump over Elizabeth Warren, which is pretty surprising on fair. This is, you know, small pole and a little bit of an outlier, but there are standards reporters who say that they will vote for Trump if they feel like he has been cheated out of the Democratic National Committee nomination this time around because they felt that way last time, and then they felt that their voices weren't heard basically correct felt like that the bird. I heard with cheated that the Democratic National Committee cheated Sanders out of denomination with a super delegate system and staffers who will bias. In favor of Hillary Clinton. And so they're concerned establishment control over the nomination process. And other aspects of the campaign could factor in this time, and the Democratic National Committee has changed the rules a little bit. So the super delegates won't factor in the first round of voting and the Democratic National Committee convention, but because there are so many candidates could be that there are there's no candidate who gets fifty one percent of the vote though, that's in the super delegates come in as standard his head and stand up not voting for him there. Some people who say that they could consider voted for Trump or not at all. Well, so who do they feel I guess could be behind any kind of alleged cheating this time? 'cause nobody has will maybe Joe Biden, I guess has a similar name to Hillary Clinton from couple years ago. Joe is part of the party establishment. Or was one supporter? I talked to said that he wouldn't vote for Joe Biden or on Kamala Harris or Cory Booker, which are kind of dig figures and the chronic party. But he said that he would consider voting for Tulsi Gabbard who is kind of anti more democrat, even though she isn't pulling very well. And but that he would vote for Elizabeth Warren, Elizabeth Warren bring senders have sort of a lot of the same kind of person question streak there speak with Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner pieces called Bernie or bust the Sanders supporters who will back Trump if their man isn't the democratic nominee. It's it's speaks volumes. I guess of their disdain for the party right now, if they were to say, they wouldn't even vote for Elizabeth Warren if Mr. Sanders wasn't there guy? Yeah. And. Definitely still very feeling staying of the bitter democratic primary in twenty sixteen. But, you know, the having Trump in the White House does add another layer of complication to this. Because one supporter told me, the they see Donald Trump that sort of the ultimate swamp Boxster, and so if you don't vote for the democratic nominee oriented foot, and for Trump he'd kind of perpetuate the presidency that they didn't necessarily support Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner was interesting, the use of the term swamp monster given that those running for presidents on the democratic side of all been in office longer than President Trump reminder, by the way, we can connect on social media, you confront us on Facebook. You can follow us on Twitter at this morning show. If you like some cynicism and sarcasm you can follow me directly on Twitter with the username at Gordon Deal. It's.

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WWL

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on WWL

"There's a new rallying cry on the campaign trail among some supporters of democratic presidential candidate. Bernie sanders. The Senator from Vermont, it's called Bernie or bust. What it means is that many supporters of the self-described democratic socialist say that they will vote for President Trump. If Mr. Sanders is denied the democratic nomination for a second time more from Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner. Emily, what are you hearing contingent of Sanders supporters to really like his sort of outside of the norm persona that he has and aren't really your typical hard core. Democrats a lot of times they I as independence and. In the last election cycle in twenty sixteen. There were about twelve percent of people who voted for standards and the democratic primaries who ended up voting for Trump and the general election, which was an interesting phenomenon and berry Opole out now showing that this could be a trend and this election cycle, and there were twenty six percent of tenders supporters and an Emerson pulled as much who said that they would vote for Donald Trump over Elizabeth Warren, which is pretty surprising on fair. This is, you know, a small pole and a little bit of an outlier, but there are standards reporters who say that they will vote for Trump if they feel like he has been cheated out of the Democratic National Committee nomination this time around because they felt that way last time, and then they felt that their voices weren't heard basically, correct? They felt like that the word I heard with cheated at the Democratic National Committee, cheated Sanders out of the nomination with the super delegate system and staffers who were bias. In favor of Hillary Clinton. And so they're concerned that establishment control over the nomination process and other aspects of the campaign could factor in this time, and the Democratic National Committee has changed the rules a little bit. So are super delegates won't factor in the first round of voting and the Democratic National Committee convention, but because there are so many candidates. It'd be that there are there's no candidate who gets fifty one percent of the vote though, that's the super delegates come in and as the standards as head and they end up not voting for him there. Some people who say that they could consider voted for Trump or not at all. So who do they feel I guess could be behind any kind of alleged cheating this time 'cause nobody has well, maybe Joe Biden, I guess has a similar name to Hillary Clinton from couple years ago. Joe bided is part of the party establishment. Was once a porter? I talked to said that he wouldn't vote for Joe Biden or on Kamala Harris or Cory Booker, which are kind of dig figures and the Democratic Party. But he said that he would consider voting for Tulsi Gabbard who is kind of anti more democrat, even though she isn't pulling very well. And but person that he would vote for Warren, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have sort of a lot of the same kind of person crush streak there speak with Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner pieces called Bernie or bust the Sanders supporters who will back Trump if their man isn't the democratic nominee. It's it's speaks volumes. I guess of their disdain for the party right now, if they were to say, they wouldn't even vote for Elizabeth Warren if Mr. Sanders wasn't there guy? Yeah. And they're. Definitely still very feeling the staying of them bitter democratic primary twenty sixteen but you know, the having Trump in the White House does add another layer of complication to this. Because as one supporter told me, they see Donald Trump as sort of the ultimate swamped monster. And so if you don't vote for the democratic nominee oriented voted for Trump kind of perpetuate the presidency that they didn't necessarily support Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner was interesting, the use of the term swamp monster given that those running for presidents on the democratic side of all been in office longer than President Trump reminder, by the way, we can connect on social media. You can friend us on Facebook. You can follow us on Twitter at this morning show. If you like some cynicism and sarcasm you can follow me directly on Twitter with the username at Gordon Deal. It's twenty.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"There's a new rallying cry on the campaign trail among some supporters of democratic presidential candidate. Bernie sanders. The Senator from Vermont, it's called Bernie or bust. What it means is that many supporters of the self-described democratic socialist say that they will vote for President Trump. If Mr. Sanders is denied the democratic nomination for a second time more from Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner. Emily, what are you hearing contingent of Bernie Sanders supporters who really like his sort of outside of the norm persona that he has and aren't really your typical hardcore Democrats a lot of times. They I defy independence. And. The last election cycle and funny sixteen there were about twelve percent of people who voted for the democratic primaries who ended up voting for Trump and the general election, which was an interesting phenomenon and Barucha poll out now showing that this could be a trend and this election cycle and there were twenty six percent of reporters. And Emerson said that they would vote for Donald Trump over Elizabeth Warren, which is pretty surprising on fair. This is a small pole and a little bit of an outlier, but there are standards reporters who day that they will vote for Trump if they feel like he has been cheated out of the Democratic National Committee nomination this time around because they felt that way last time, and then they felt that their voices were heard basically, correct. Felt like that the bird. I heard with cheated at the Democratic National Committee, cheated Sanders out of the nomination with a super delegate system and who were bias in favor of Hillary Clinton. And so they're concerned that control over the nomination process and other aspects of the campaign could. National committee has changed a little bit. So they're super delegates won't factor in the first round of voting and the Democratic National Committee convention, but because there are so many candidates, it'd be there are there's no candidate who gets one percent of those super delegates come in his head and they end up not voting for him. There are some people who say that they could consider voted for Trump or not at all. So who do they feel I guess could be behind any kind of alleged cheating this time because nobody has well, maybe Joe Biden, I guess has a similar name to Hillary Clinton from couple years ago. Joe is part of the party establishment. Or was once a porter? I to that he wouldn't vote for Joe Biden or on Kamala Harris or Cory Booker, which are kind of figures and the Democratic Party. But he said that he would consider voting for Tulsi Gabbard who is kind of anti war democrat, even though she didn't pulling very well. And but that he would vote for Moore, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have sort of a lot of the same kind of person crested streak there speak with Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner pieces called Bernie or bust the Sanders supporters who will back Trump if their man is in the democratic nominee. It's it's speaks volumes. I guess of their disdain for the party right now, if they were to say, they wouldn't even vote for Elizabeth Warren. If wasn't there guy. And definitely still very feeling. The staying of the bitter democratic primary in twenty sixteen but you know, have been Trump in the White House does add another layer of complication to this. Because one supporter told me. They see Donald Trump that sort of the ultimate swamped monster. And so you don't vote for the democratic nominee oriented voted for Trump kind of perpetuate the president say that they they don't necessarily support. Emily Larson, political reporter at the Washington Examiner was interesting, the use of the term swamp monster given that those running for presidents on the democratic side of all been in office longer than President Trump reminder, by the way, we can connect on social media. You can friend us on Facebook. You can follow us on Twitter at this morning show, some cynicism and sarcasm. You can follow me directly on Twitter with the username at Gordon Deal. It's.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Girl, this Samantha Josephson who was from New Jersey spent a night out with friends and Columbia, South Carolina last Thursday and called an Uber vehicle. She got into though, belonged twenty-five-year-old, nap Daniel, David Rowland. And she mistook it for the Uber. They say an Uber driver got there later and she was nowhere to be found. Her body was found Saturday dumped in a rural wooded area miles from the bar role now faces murder and kidnapping charges in the death. Wins. News time eleven fifty Dr Vanessa Tyson who was accused Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault is talking about this. She tells me oh king on CBS this morning. Getting her side of the story is important to her and also for other victims of sexual abuse, particularly for survivors. I think this is incredibly important that they need to be heard. We need to be seen. Right. We need to be treated as the human beings that we are Tyson says she worked with Fairfax. The Democratic National Committee convention sorry in Boston of two thousand and four and she says what began as consensual kissing turn into a forced sex act. He has denied the allegations and says he took a lie detector tests that proved that another woman has also come forward to accuse Fairfax of sexual assault in two thousand at Duke University a spokesperson for him says he gained gauge no wrongdoing whatsoever. And he says he is not going to resign despite calls for him to do. So. Barefoot deep Tyson is also asking for a hearing with Virginia lawmakers, and there's no word yet on whether that's going to happen wins. News time eleven fifty one from the ram trucks traffic center. Here is Karen Stewart. Well, we're going to start with an update on mass transit because we've got some pre lunch.

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850 WFTL

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Hear us on Google play. I tunes. So we're told me Gary items that it's not being updated. That is a lie because I am a subscribe to our I tunes. Every day every day. So. Needs to check and see what they're doing wrong. Okay. Well, I'll have to Email at person and tell them the that you call them a liar. You can also catch us on Alexa as well. So there are a number of ways to catch the show. We do appreciate you having us in your car on the way home like you may be listening right now. We also ask you to share the information with a friend because you know, we have no budget as far as marketing goes, it's word of mouth. We did get some ratings today. I've heard finally got some ratings. Yeah. I heard that we were we were did very well. It was some high five and in the hallway the ratings. Yes. And the ratings. I wasn't personally. Hi fi. But I did witness right fake. Trump wants to say something obviously since you talked about ratings by ears perked up. It's pretty obvious. What's the difference between what's happening now? Your radio station. At what was happening before? No, well, we got guys say would be the difference. About it. The numbers the ratings right through the roof explosions. To me. He's not graduating us. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you the help. All right. So okay. So here's the you're the some of the big stories that this just happened to this afternoon. There are a number of protesters as we speak in the capital, and they're protesting Cavanaugh. And hearing different reports on how many people some are saying several hundred summer saying several thousand I think it's more like the five hundred the pictures that I saw well they may have started out when they started out over at the federal courthouse. A may have started out as thousands. But I don't think the atrium would accommodate that many people. Yeah. And they weren't being arrested till they were actually physically in the middle of a government building. Right. And they had placards and signs that said cancel cavenaugh with Kay's instead of the cancel K, and they were fairly well coordinated, obviously was the social media coordination. It was one. Cancel cavenaugh completely was three ks. Sure what that was. Right. So I guess it would just now they're arresting people have been told that comedian slash actress Amy Schumer whose Chuck Schumer's either second or third cousin. I don't know what the story is. But she was arrested that was just to keep her from performing later tonight. I think that was specifically because. Had nothing to do with the protests. I think he's had to do with that last movie. She did snatched. We've been waiting to just basically throw you in in in the slammer for that. I paid eight fifty for that movie. Either you pay me back, and you're going in the slammer that movie sucked plus popcorn right which also thought right? Snatched as a title. I thought well, maybe it was a different type of movie, but it clearly was mainstream ensure that people saw the title and we're expecting stormy, Dan. Yes. And they were a bit disappointed Amy Schumer. Yeah. Exactly. Although I think after a few drinks, you probably would be able to tell the difference between both performances talking about. Anyway, she's like the big name. They're the big celeb-. Ethics. He feels like at this point in her life. She wants to make a statement or something, I don't know. So it was her a lot of old hippies back. We'll probably protesting the sixty eight in Chicago Democratic National Committee convention rather? And they figured hey, you know, what spin has the fiftieth anniversary this man, we let's do it went out there. It was the guy still has.

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"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on WGTK

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"democratic national committee convention" Discussed on WGTK

"The but again to come back to this there is also a political operation there are also people who are speaking to the press right this isn't necessarily john brennan there are people in the white house and elsewhere talking to the press people in the clinton campaign we see we see these stories about trump russia collusion appearing no later than july two thousand sixteen by the time of the democratic national committee convention rather this is not coming from this is not coming entirely from the fbi and doj this is coming from people in the clinton campaign this is coming from political clinton political operatives whether the fusion gps or whether it's people who are tied to the campaign so that's what i mean when i say it's important to see this as a larger political operation and it's not solely not solely in the providence of the intelligence community there are many hands on this whether it's the clinton campaign the obama white house or the intelligence community that's the important thing about the role of the press it shows there other people involved here not just the doj or the fbi or at a reach john brennan we need to start looking at other places as well like the clinton campaign and like the obama white house we'll see what happens understand the scope the scope of the final question do you think we'll ever ever find out the whole story i don't know if we'll ever find out the whole story i'll i'll i'll say one thing i think that americans should be grateful to our to our political representatives especially people like representative nunez senator grassley and the people who are really out there carrying the carrying the ball and what they want is for both.

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