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New insight into former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on DOJ to help overturn election

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 15 hrs ago

New insight into former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on DOJ to help overturn election

"Of Congress sought pardons for their parts and former president Donald Trump's attempt to deny President Biden's election And Thursday's House select committee hearing former White House officials in recorded interviews talked about Republicans in Congress seeking pardons from president Trump for their parts in the planning to overturn the certification of president Joe Biden's election Former Trump special assistant Cassidy Hutchinson says that included Florida's Matt Gaetz in Alabama's mo Brooks Mister Gates

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Why Arizona Should Support Kari Lake

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | 20 hrs ago

Why Arizona Should Support Kari Lake

"And I don't know if you live in a state of Arizona, but if you are in Arizona, Carrie Lake is a rockstar. I'm just saying, I've met her before. I met her husband. I've endorsed Carrie Lake. I've done many events. I've been, I've been around, you know, I've been around her. I had her own just the other day to explain some fake news media, trying to push propaganda against her. And I'm gonna have her on again. Why do I support Carrie Lake? Because she works harder than any person in politics I have ever seen. Only Donald Trump maybe can rival carry Lake at how hard she worked. And I would argue if I had to default. I think Carrie Lake is more active than Donald Trump was. Every single place I've ever seen someone running for office Carrie Lake is there. Every single community event Carrie is there. Every single debate Carrie is there. I can't imagine these others being there. I don't see them. Sometimes they don't even show up for some of the debates. One time Karen was the only one out of the major candidates to show up to a debate. They punked out. Now, why would they do that? Because Carrie Lake is a boss.

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1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

1/6 panel hears of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

"The house panel investigating the capitol riot as turned its focus to Donald Trump's pressure on the Justice Department to look at his election fraud claims Over an 11 day span after the election acting attorney general Jeff rose and says he heard from the president a lot Either called me or met with me virtually every day putting forth what acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donahue says was an arsenal of false fraud claims As the president went through them I went piece by piece to say no that's false That is not true They were among three former department officials testifying about Trump's push to bend the independent agency to his will And when they wouldn't go along his attempt to install a lower level official who would as the new attorney general That was Jeff Clark whose home federal agents searched last week Sagar Meghani Washington

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Doug Mastriano: Rising in the Pennsylvania Polls

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 1 d ago

Doug Mastriano: Rising in the Pennsylvania Polls

"Was saying on the show before that I'm fascinated by national electoral politics in Pennsylvania is obviously a critical state And it was called for years pre Donald Trump It was called fool's gold You probably heard that before because Republicans would chase it and they would always lose And consultants Doug would warn them Don't pour any money in the Pennsylvania Well you know Donald Trump in 2016 changed a lot of that and I'm hoping you can change that trajectory back How is the race looking and you think you got a chance to take this light blue state and turn it red Yeah We have a great chance I'm a retired army car idea with sex From real Bill like rusty used to say right So there was a poll taken about a month ago or so heavy about 9 points behind my opponent then a poll last week has had me three points and Paul this week as we even closer and apparently there's another poll that's going to be released in a couple of days that has us even And you know how those polls work Republican are always behind even more ahead It was the same thing with Donald Trump As far as our chances to win I think there are fantastic And the media is obsession and hate and hyperbole about me I think is an endemic of the fact that they believe I'm going to win

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Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 1 d ago

Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

"It was kind of hilarious to watch They were painting the Senate race which Doctor Oz why I support the Republican and you know in any race regardless of your feeling about doctor Rossi's far better than that Bernie Sanders lunatic running in that race But you remember everybody's like wow he's more of a moderate and mastery is no chance whatsoever but the odd thing is you're polling actually ahead of it I'm not asking you to go after him at all I'm just saying you're polling actually ahead of where he's falling which always goes to show you the media you can almost be guaranteed they're going to get the story wrong when evaluating a Republican every single time And it's funny I don't know if you were tracking this And thank you for your words of encouragement there over the past couple of months here when I've been so laid by the media You know you're doing the right thing I appreciate Teddy Roosevelt says you could judge a man's character by whose enemies are So thank you very much Media for that But last year the Democrats the DNC worked with the Democrat legislative campaign campaign YouTube blacklist 21 state legislators and I was number one on their hit list So this all came out in the salon of political article this past November And they viewed me as a threat to their plans in Pennsylvania and decided to attack me with talking points with all the mainstream media and their goal was to hit me so bad publicly that I'd resign and shame They did a poll in November and they are appalled at the results They saw my negatives or single digits and they said not only did it make him more popular in a state he's a lead candidate for governor like no kidding Thank you very much We watched this with Donald Trump We're not going to fall for it a second time

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FBI Seizes Nevada GOP Chairman’s Phone in Fake Elector Investigation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 1 d ago

FBI Seizes Nevada GOP Chairman’s Phone in Fake Elector Investigation

"I team news KLA S FBI seizes Nevada GOP's chairman's phone as part of a fake elector investing Oh my gosh Jim Pressuring electors The 2020 election sounds really horrible Sounds like a huge scandal Well we played this yesterday isn't it kind of interesting how something's only a scandal when the Republicans do it but when the Democrats pressure presidential electors in the 2016 election pressure them on national television by the way they don't get an FBI investigation Matter of fact they get raisins They get prime time shows They get celebrated They make documentaries Yeah we played this yesterday but it's worth playing again So a bunch of these people are under investigation for pressuring electors or whatever trying to appoint other electors whatever it may be because they had a problem with the 2020 election Democrats do the same thing on national television back in 2016 No problem at all Here listen for yourself FBI by the way if you're listening you may want to investigate these two Chris Hayes and Michael Moore check this out I think there are people who are pushing very hard to think that because of some of the constitutional perils of the emoluments clause because of the popular vote margin because of a fundamentals they think threat to liberal democracy that electors should be persuaded and pressured on Monday to part with what their pledges and vote and vote against Donald Trump Yes they absolutely should do that Absolutely I believe right now that there are electors And we need 38 of them who have a conscience or who are worried about a man who won't attend the daily security briefings who we now know Russia was trying to help get elected I mean can you imagine if I said if you or I had been running for office and they showed that the Iranians were somehow involved in helping you or me get elected what would happen to you or me Chris I'm just curious What would happen FBI is just throwing that out there

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Glenn Kirschner: 'Trump Endangered the Lives of Election Workers'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Glenn Kirschner: 'Trump Endangered the Lives of Election Workers'

"I look at how our federal government responds to a Supreme Court Justice who is at risk for some reason, all of the levers of government spring into action to protect that justice and look at what Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani did to endanger the lives of election workers like shame moss and her mom, lady rupee, and we've done nothing. The FBI, and I'm not calling out the FBI, but what we learned is the FBI visited their home, said that, hey ladies, you're probably in danger. You might want to get out of your home. Have a nice day. Come on now. Yeah. Very fair, decent is decent equal justice is equal justice. How about we hold Trump and Rudy accountable for endangering the lives of election workers?

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Trump's Criminal Intent Deniers Can't Deny the Evidence

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Trump's Criminal Intent Deniers Can't Deny the Evidence

"The criminal intent deniers are beginning to sound like moon landing deniers to me. And once they see high DoJ officials say, we told Donald Trump, there was no fraud undermining the election results. And what did he say? He said, I don't care. Just say there was. And leave the rest to me and my allies in Congress. That is direct incriminating evidence out of the mouth of the orange horse himself that should satisfy the election, the criminal intent and I, yes, we landed on the moon. Yes, Donald Trump had corrupt intent throughout this horrific

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1/6 panel to hear of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

1/6 panel to hear of Trump's pressure on Justice Department

"The select committee investigating the capitol riot will hear from former Justice Department officials about an Oval Office showdown as Donald Trump sought to overturn the 2020 election The 5th committee hearing will shine a light on a turbulent stretch during president Trump's last days in office as he tried to bend the Justice Department to his will Lawmakers will hear from Jeffrey Rosen who was acting attorney general on the day the capitol was breached as well as top deputy Richard Donoghue and Stephen engel who was the assistant attorney general who ran the Justice Department office that provided legal advice to the executive branch According to Donahue's handwritten notes made public last year Trump directed Rosen over the phone to just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the Republican congressman during a tense meeting on January 3rd the officials threatened to resign en masse when Trump proposed replacing Rosen with loyalist Jeffrey Clark the acting head of the civil division who supported Trump's bogus claims of election fraud in Georgia Jennifer King Washington

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Ginni Thomas responds to 1/6 panel, hearings stretch to July

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Ginni Thomas responds to 1/6 panel, hearings stretch to July

"The select committee investigating the capitol riot plans to continue its public hearings into next month Members of the committee investigating the riot by backers of former president Donald Trump planned for additional hearings in July committee chair Mississippi's Benny Thompson says a lot of information has been coming in including new documentary film footage of Trump's final months in office The panel is also working on an interview with Virginia Ginnie Thomas a longtime conservative activist Mary the Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas She's been asked to talk about her communications with Trump's team ahead of and during the day of the insurrection This month's final hearing is expected to highlight testimony from former Justice Department officials about Trump's proposals to reject the election results Tim McGuire Washington

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Why Republicans Are Willing to Betray Their Voters With Kurt Schlicter

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Why Republicans Are Willing to Betray Their Voters With Kurt Schlicter

"With us right now is Kurt schlichter, he is a phenomenal columnist for town hall and also author of we'll be back. The fall and rise of America I want to ask him about that, but first Kurt, welcomed the Charlie Kirk show, maybe you can explain to our audience why are Republicans so willing to betray their voters? Help me out here. Well, it's because there were Republicans and that's kind of what Republicans do. Look, after that fiasco, we saw yesterday the only the only thing I found good about is there were only 14 of them about ten years ago before Donald Trump, before the Tea Party really established itself. There would have been 30 of these training knit wits. I mean, a holy cow. You know, Charlie, you look at these guys. And you just imagine their conversation. Hey guys, we're about to win the Senate. We're going to there's a red wave coming. What can we do to screw it up? Let's get his whole team in here. Let's figure this out. Let's convene a council where knit with a political amateurs to figure out how we can box the ball. How do you screw up in an environment with $7 gas? And a president who's the only man in human history who forgot how to ride a bike. And yet they managed to do it. Bravo,

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After Gun Reform, John Cornyn Says Amnesty Is Next

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:30 min | 2 d ago

After Gun Reform, John Cornyn Says Amnesty Is Next

"Let me ask you a question. Just think about this. John cornyn, if John cornyn, the Republican from Texas. If he actually campaigned and said, you know what, folks, I'm a Republican. I'm a God fearing Republican, but I think we need to pay in guns in America. How many Republicans in Texas do you think it would be voting for John cornyn? Um? By the way, there's a report out. John cornyn and this, I believe, is coming from axios. John cornyn says that Amnesty is next on the table. So let me ask you, and I'm not surprised by that. I'm really not surprised. I'm not surprised the rhinos would rather put the well-being of the legal alien ahead of the law abiding taxpaying American citizen. I'm not surprised by that. We kind of expect that with this with this brand of Republican. But here's what really kills me about these rhinos. They expect all the rest of us to bow down and worship them. They expect all of us to just sit down, shut up, sit in our campaign dollars in, and donations. And just deal with it. Just suck it up. And then when the Republicans, when the conservatives get in charge, all of a sudden we become the bad guys. But the rhinos for the rhinos, it's always their way or the highway. For the rhinos, if they don't get their way, they'll sabotage you. They did this to Donald Trump. They did.

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Caller: Trump Should Not Contest Another Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Caller: Trump Should Not Contest Another Election

"In a perfect world, what role would Donald Trump because he's not going anywhere? What role should he play or in your with your vision? What role do you think Trump should play going forward? Well, politically. I believe he should be, he should move into whatever aspect of elder states person he can move into. Given this, given these facts, I don't think that he should contest another election. I think you're right, his legacy is a one term president, is up there with the best. He had an enormous amount of conservative success. We're benefiting from it on the Supreme Court, but in other ways, Middle East, et cetera, where you're going, you know, there's a lot to be said about his presidency. But after he was told, repeatedly he has no factual basis to contest the election. He should have shut up and he should have done orderly. All right,

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The J6 Committee Continues Their Fervid Pursuit of Donald Trump

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 2 d ago

The J6 Committee Continues Their Fervid Pursuit of Donald Trump

"The January 6th committee continues with ahab like determination to prosecute its pursuit of the big whale Donald J Trump. And they're doing this by laying out a one sided case. A case that even if you grant that there is no other side that's been presented, intelligent people watching this can see the holes even in the one side and can raise questions that go, what about this? I didn't hear you mention that. And that's the right way to watch these hearings if you watch them at all. Lots of people. In fact, most people aren't watching. They're doing other things and worrying about gas prices and things. But if you're watching, you need to watch with a degree of degree of acid skepticism. Now, here is Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger, who and what I find weird about all this is they're just resurrecting old news. They go back to the phone call. Didn't Trump tell you to quote, find these votes, blah, blah, blah. We've heard all this. It's boring. So I asked myself why are they recycling old garbage? When what they should be asking raffensperger is wait a minute, weren't you sort of the sheriff of Georgia? Did you know that there were 250 mules in that ladder alone who were going to ten or more drop boxes? I mean, in a sane society, that's where the questioning would go. But instead, it's not even brought up. It's not brought up because it doesn't fit this kind of peculiar and pro crusty and narrative in which facts have got to be forced onto this kind of already carved out bed. And so the whole thing takes on a surreal quality.

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We fought Trump pressure, GOP state officials tell 1/6 panel

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 3 d ago

We fought Trump pressure, GOP state officials tell 1/6 panel

"In its fourth hearing the house is January 6th committee has focused on Donald Trump's pressure on election officials and workers to overturn the 2020 vote leading to violent threats The panel played a phone call at which Trump asked Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger to find enough votes to beat Joe Biden I need 11,000 votes Give me a break Appearing before the panel We didn't have any votes to find Raffensperger followed Arizona GOP House speaker rusty Bowers who described Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani pushing Trump's false voter fraud claims He said we've got lots of theories we just don't have the evidence And never produced any after Bowers said he wouldn't do anything illegal to help Trump He described chilling threats and harassment as did Georgia election workers Shay moss Wishing death upon me Trump had called out moss and her mom a fellow poll worker whom he called a professional vote scammer Sagar Meghani Washington

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Will Trump's Age Be a Factor in the 2024 Election?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | 3 d ago

Will Trump's Age Be a Factor in the 2024 Election?

"Well, it cuts both ways. And you make this point also in the column is that the presumed FrontRunner for the Republicans is Donald Trump who wants to run again for a non consecutive second term, he'll be 78 when that election rolls around. The same age that Biden was when he just just before he got elected or just after he got elected. And asking us to rely on his cognitive abilities until the age of 82. Now, I'd say that before Biden, Biden's performance over the last 17 months, there may have been Republicans who wouldn't have been uncomfortable with that. I think now that maybe not just Republicans, but Americans in general might be really reconsidering the whole thing set to a generis to The White House idea, even though 70 is clearly not the same thing as 70 40 years ago, it's still 70. And it's an issue and we're seeing it, we're seeing that issue now play out in how Joe Biden's handling is handling his press conferences handling extemporaneous questions and especially the fact that they're hiding him from one on one interviews and they have been for months. Yeah. Well, you're missing 70, 70s kind of the new 60 in politics. It's 80 that is becoming the great concern. And I should say a few things. I don't know if you watched Trump's speech in Nashville at the state and freedom coalition thing. It was long about an hour and a half, incredibly energetic, high energy, high velocity, the whole time. And that's very characteristic of his public performances. So there's no way that Biden could have pulled off something like that.

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Breaking Down the Trump Effect in Alabama

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 3 d ago

Breaking Down the Trump Effect in Alabama

"Joining us now is David drucker senior political correspondent for the Washington examiner who has been covering the election in Alabama. You know, this is something David that I think that there's been a lot of attention paid to it, but I think that sometimes it just gets a little lost in the shuffle of everything that's happening in Washington. How important is this race in Alabama for Republicans opportunities in the midterms? Well, listen, I think it's fascinating because you have a Senate runoff with so many dynamics that represent what's going on in the party. I mean, Republicans are going to win the general election down here. No matter what, it's just that kind of state, but what we saw and this was an early indication of some of the trends in Republican primaries. We saw in the spring and we saw it here first. We saw a candidate endorsed by former president Donald Trump, couldn't get it done. And it shows you that when you have a hardworking dynamic candidate, in this case, that's Katie Britt. That can overcome the Trump endorsement as potent as it can be in some contests and that's because what we've learned about the Trump endorsement is that it can take a candidate with talent and put them over the top of the tight contest. But it can't make something out of nothing.

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Will Other Republicans Run Against Donald Trump?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 3 d ago

Will Other Republicans Run Against Donald Trump?

"I'm getting more and more callers who say they're Trump supporters who are starting to waver a little bit about the 2024 presidential race and Donald Trump as the GOP nominee. Now, this friend of mine said, the fact that the case being made against him by the January 6th committee being told by his own advisers has to wound him at least somewhat. His comments really undermine him. By that I mean his complete obsession with 2020, it's almost all he talks about is becoming too much even for many people who support him. They're being worn down and exhausted. Including by what he demands of his supporters, of course, if he runs, he could still win. And even if he doesn't, he could still inflict injury on a lot of the other candidates, but I think his conduct and loosened grip on the party just about ensures that there are many Republicans who will run in 2024, including Ron DeSantis regardless of what he does.

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"donalds" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

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"donalds" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

07:51 min | Last week

"donalds" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Everything to that offense. You don't want to boil it down to one drive and say this is why this guy is so valuable. He was so valuable all season, but when it came down to it when the rams had zero other options to move the ball in the Super Bowl when they actually had to move it, they figured out all they needed was Matthew safford and Cooper Cup and they would make it work. The two of them would just force it to work. And yeah, and that's why the Super Bowl champion right now. The one thing that kind of stands out to me with cup is you hear all the time. And I think we're going to do more on this as the season goes on because it's just really interesting, but Matthew saver always talks about the body language. Cooper cups of body language is better than any receivers ever played with and the way he's able to basically transmit where he's going to Matthew safford before he goes. I mean, the chemistry the two of them had last year was just exceptional and even more incredible, considering it was their first season together, but man, I mean, there's really no reason to think that this won't be the same situation for the next two or three seasons there in LA. Yeah, I think what they have, I think, so I don't know, follow me on this one, is the best of what Tom Brady had with Danny mendola in Wes Welker in hyperdrive because Cooper Cup is a better athlete than either of those two. And the way that those two receivers combined with Brady were able to understand legal traffic and spacing, I think brought them to numerous super bowls. And I think that the same could be said probably for Cooper Cup, where in trips, if you can't get the hand on him off the snap, he's unguardable because he's always going to be able to find just a little sliver of open space and he's going to catch the ball. The other signing we're going to touch on this week, hunter Renfro, and this one was fascinating to me because I remember one point when I was putting our outline together on the receiver guys. And I don't even know if we brought up up on the show, but I just put like hunter renfrow and a question mark after that saying like, okay, mclaurin and Metcalf and all these guys who we know are number one receivers. And then it's like, what if hunter renfrow? A guy who is a really good player. But is really a slot only guy. He's a complimentary player. You know, he's not going to be a guy you can line up as like an X ISO receiver and get wins that way. He's going to be he's going to be inside. And that's what he's going to do and he's going to do it really well, but what would the market for that kind of guy be? And we saw. It's a lot. It's a lot of money for him. Yeah, it was interesting. I was talking to one NFL person who remarked that that was the moment for that person where that positional group jumped the shark. And it's interesting because certainly your tyreek hills and your Davante Adams are worth every penny of that. But as you start to look at the economics of the market, it is interesting that, for example, you throw out like, okay, is is hunter Renfro worth 5 Josh Reynolds? Right? I mean, that's kind of. I don't know what you're going to do with 5 Josh Reynolds is in your roster. Who's like a good who's a good veteran wide receiver that's making like a million bucks. Like a very just okay, you know, like veteran minimum guy, but you'll bring him in. I don't know. Like, I don't know who they have in Miami, now that tyreek is there filling out that depth chart. Is van Jefferson on the end of his rookie deal? Yeah. And Jefferson might be on the end of his rookie. Yeah, he's going to be a free agent next year, but van Jefferson is making 1.4 million. It's hunter renfrow worth 16 times what van Jefferson is worth to you. To me, no. When you put it that way, but the thing I, the thing I think about with hunter Renfro is I also look at the jets, but the current jets. And that's like the last couple we'll see. It's like they had jamison Crowder and they had Braxton barrios, and I think those are two guys who looked at and were kind of like, yeah, those are really good guys to have out of the slot and young guys, you can separate guys again make plays on third down, et cetera, et cetera. Now, neither guys as good as hunter Renfro, but they're not that far behind, and it feels like there's always, I don't know. Like, half dozen that you can just go out and get for a fairly lesser price there. I mean, Renfro obviously he has some chemistry there. A car at this point, you want to maintain that. And that sort of thing. But it's a lot of money. I would have been fascinating to see Renfro hit the open market and see if someone would have given him well, frankly, a bigger deal than he got from the Raiders here, but also what is the market for a guy like that as a complimentary piece to your offense. As opposed to devonta Adams or Tyree kill? Do you think that at some point the market is going to have a more defined subdivision? Because that was always the complication with when Wes Welker was up for a new deal or any of those guys in the past. And I don't think we ever really solved that problem. And I'd be curious to see as the position becomes more valuable, are we going to see more market tears? Because right now, the breakdown is weird, right? Like if you look at if you look at all the active receiver contracts, you have your true X guys out there. But within the top, I don't know, one, two, three. I mean, hunter Renfro is now among the elite, you know? And so somewhat elite, right? Like approximately average annual value. I mean, he's up there, right? He's Adam Thielen. He's Alan Robinson. He's a little bit above Robbie Anderson. And is certainly and it's not the same guy. Well, I'll tell you what the one quick point. Yeah. How smart to the Broncos look extending those two guys Tim Patrick and courtland Sutton before all that went down? Wow. No, they were, boy, George Payton was ahead of the curve on that one. I'll just say as far as the way this, you know, the subdivisions that you bring up, great rush song, but also it's a good point because I think if you go back and we can go back to Wes Welker, Wes Welker was, you know, the slot guy and Randy Moss was the big play guy on those great patriots teams. That was also a time when there just wasn't this kind of depth at the receiver position and also I don't think schematically teams were able to create production out of that receiver position like they can now. So I'm just, I don't want to say I'm surprised. Again, I think hundred reference is a really good player. It makes total sense to lock him in because you want America. He's good at football. He's going to make your team better. I just didn't think that the receiver boom would necessarily trickle down to guys who are clearly complimentary guys as opposed to true number one guys, which obviously that's what my dad Adams is. That's what AJ Brown is. That's what tyreek hill is. Yeah, so.

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:39 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Just super bright, articulate, special, passionate. I mean, you name it. This guy, Byron Donald has it all. You've got to get online and see the clips of him. One of the things I couldn't help but think this whole idea of intent, right? Everything he sees, it's all about intent. This is an ignorance folks. This is the intent of the left to create this division. You've said it. President Biden, he ran on unity, bringing people together. We got to get nasty orange man. Trump out, you know, look at what he's done. All this discontent and violence and rioting, Joe's going to bring it all together. Has he brought it together in your opinion? No. And wait till this trial, this made air after the verdict because they're in deliberation right now. But if this doesn't go the way that CNN or MSNBC wanted to go, I believe we're going to have another major issue coming out here. And again, what's so frustrating for me is these people, they push this narrative. And again, it's doing a disservice to the communities. They say they're trying to help. Right, right? Right. Pushing on CNN and MSNBC that every white person is racist that doesn't agree with convicting this kid. I mean, our favorite joy Reed, right? She's a doozy that one. She, every day, she can't she can not be on the air without pushing racism towards all white folks. And it's unbelievable. And again, doing it's creating more racism. Absolutely. It's creating more hatred. It's creating more dissension in our country. And I thought, based on what they ran on over there, him and Kamala. This would all have gone away. I thought that I thought Trump was the reason that everybody was so racist in our country. Everybody hated each other on a country. It was all Trump's fault. Well, it's not going anywhere. It hasn't gone anywhere. And race has always been an issue, but over the last several decades, many decades, there's been so, so much improvement in that. And to the point where I think I grew up where I'm growing up and let's say the 70s 80s, I'm a child in the 70s 80s. I really didn't think much about race. I saw people. And I saw ability and talent and I just never felt like I'm worried about it. It just wasn't, it wasn't something I worried about. I didn't wake up thinking that way. But that's most people. Are there racists out there? Of course there are. Are there bad people out there? Of course, there are. We always say this. Are there doctors that overprescribe medication? Of course there are. Are there financial planners that steal people's money? Of course. But the greater majority of their cops that do things poorly, of course there are. It's a greater majority of all these groups are good people. America is not 99.9% racist, like you would think if you watch TV. It's just not the case. No. But they're turning. You said it. They're turning people into having more racist sort of tendencies, or they're just trying to turn people to say, oh, well, I don't want to approach these folks over here because I don't want them to think I'm racist or I don't want them to be afraid of me because of my skin color, my gender. So it's creating disunity exactly on both sides by the way on the outside. So it's creating issues. Absolutely. And divide and conquer. That's their goal. So again, a huge thank you to congressman Byron donalds, folks. We've had some really outstanding guests. Mike, thanks to you. You have a really great way about you to get these types of gas folks. And that's what we're all about..

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"And he's running down the street with an AR-15. That right there, the media took that and ran with it. They don't care about the facts. What they care about is the narrative, what they care about is the agenda. And so the Kyle raider house thing, the reason why this is now the cost celeb is nothing really to do with Kyle rittenhouse or the three gentlemen that he shot the two that died and the other one that shot got his arm blown off. What it was about is accomplishing their narrative. Period. And so this is what happens in our country, which is terrible because our justice system can not be can not be a quasi political system. Because if that's what it's going to be that people don't have faith in criminal justice. And if people don't have faith in criminal justice or any other institution, because it's used for political means that our country falls apart, but they don't care about that. They care about their agenda. And congressman last quick thing. I guess you just brought up accomplish their agenda. We all know what the agenda is. But at the end of the day, do these people actually want to live in a world like that too? I'm confused and you're in Congress and you talk to these folks, but that agenda of you can't say anything that could have possibly offend somebody, right? You can't just walk out of your house without worrying about am I doing something wrong? Who wants to live in that world? Who wants to live in a world where gas is $7? Who wants to live in a world where you can't afford things or provide for your family? Why is that agenda something that they're striving for? It's hard for me to comprehend. Even in communist Russia, the people in the Socialist Party, they did well why everybody suffered. Did they like it a 100%? Probably not if you got them one on one, but they were doing far better than everybody else. And they were doing better, not based upon merit, not based upon intelligence, not based upon ingenuity. They were doing better because of loyalty to the party. That was what happened in socialist Russia. Communist Russia excuse me. Frankly, that's what goes on in the communist Chinese party today. It's not about your ingenuity or ability or God given talent or whatever the case might be. It's about your loyalty to the party. And there's always going to be people amongst us in any society, where they will take that as opposed to having to cut their teeth and be successful on their own. And that's what we're vetting against. Congressman Byron donalds, he represents district 19 in Southwest Florida, but he actually, in my opinion, represents all of us, folks. All of us who are sort of, I think, common sense minded. We just want to be left alone. We want freedom and liberty to prevail, and I can tell Byron Donald believes that. And thank you, honestly, thank you so much for every day stepping up for all of us, mister Donald. And congressman, I hope you have a great day. We're going to leave it right there. Hopefully this isn't our last time to be able to speak to you. Oh man, I love to come back. They said we got to work out this video thing, but that's my job. I appreciate it. No problem. Thank you so much. All right. So folks, this is a superstar. He's not an upcoming. I shouldn't have even said he's an upcoming superstar. He is a superstar already..

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

03:18 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"So she rolled her eyes. She was not happy with me, but you know, I don't care. Because the truth is, is that our country can not survive if people have to bend the knee to Evers in charge politically. Right. That's not what our country is based upon. And the very people they say they're trying to help would be the worst stricken by energy crises. If the danger hoods across the entire country suddenly had no power, no heat. No furnace is working. No washers and dryers working. They would be the ones that are suffering the most. So yeah, it's so disingenuous. I know we're up here. One quick thing I'll say. Paul Pelosi and Nancy Pelosi will not have a problem heeding their homes because I'm quite sure they have a solar panel array that Paul bill with all the money that he's made over the years. And God bless him. I don't care. Do you. But the truth of the matter is that if you don't have clean and consistent energy, if you don't have cheap inconsistent energy, poor people will suffer. 100% full stop. No doubt. And congressman, I think this leads into our next topic before we let you go. I just wanted to jump into the written house trial because I think both of these things we're talking about. The energy crisis, the written as trial, it's almost like that side, the Pelosi's the Schumer's, of course, AOC and the squad, they're full of good information. It seems like they don't look at any data or facts. And we can go into COVID on this too, right? Every piece of data in this written house trial, if you watched it, if you looked at it, shows, wait a minute. This is not a race situation. This is not even a question of self defense. It was self defense. Even the witnesses for the prosecution made it out that it was a self defense case, right? So go with the energy, too. The gas prices are skyrocketing. You can't fly planes on solar energy or electric, right? Why do they not? Why do they not look at these things? And again, is it intent? Are they just playing out intelligent? What is it? I'm firmly committed that they're trying to accomplish their policy agenda. Whether it's cultural, whether it's the political culture wars we're in, in other words, economic. They're committed to accomplishing their agenda. And anything that needs to be used to accomplish the agenda will be used. That is this Kyle rittenhouse situation. Now look, I'm going to talk about a lot of people about this. You know, I got friends who were like, man, what's he doing with an AR-15? Can I show you something to be there? Where is your mom? Where's your dad? Los Angeles. All that stuff. But people have these questions. Here's the reality. The reality is, is that the prosecution, frankly, has completely overcharged the situation because they're responding to the politics that were set by a narrative from the big from big media and from the Democrats. And the narrative that they wanted to set in 2020 is that America is irredeemably racist because of Donald Trump and that's why we need Joe Biden to be president. That was the narrative. That's what they tried to set out and set in stone. And so it didn't matter what the story was. You were going to be used to push that narrative. Kyle ray house falls into that category. You got a 17 year old white kid, in Kenosha, where they haven't, where they're having rise associated with the thing with Jacob Blake and things are burning..

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"They went Berserk. It almost killed the deal. Why? Because we were going to put a cap on it on a number of asylum claims. We allowed it to the United States. They don't want their to they don't want to cap. They want it to be open ended. And this is ridiculous. And guess what? I'll bet that there are no gaps in Nancy Pelosi's walls. All the while she has around her properties. And honestly, Joe Biden's private residents. I bet there are no gaps, no holes in there, walls. I tell people all the time. That's when I make on this. I tell people all the time. You think that we don't believe in walls in our country? Go try to get into The White House. See what happens. You got it. That's right. So recently, you were in committee and you had these words to energy leaders. I'm going to play this clip. I just think I want to set this up for our audience, though. You basically listen to some of your colleagues berate and belittle these energy leaders. And I think in your honestly, it shows your character. It shows how in tune you are the way you defended what these energy leaders have done for all of us. So I'm just going to play this for you and I want your.

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"The 2020 presidential election had nothing to do with Democrat policy. It was all about all about Donald Trump and them having to restore our democracy or save our democracy and have faith in our institutions or whatever nonsense that they spewed. And it was about him not having a plan on COVID-19. That was the 2020 presidential election. No more no less. Joe Biden didn't run all policies. Joe Biden barely was barely to be seen. People are waking up to now in America. They're like, oh my gosh, we elected a man who was an incompetent who doesn't know what he's doing. And when he's supposed to have a plan on COVID, the reality is all he's doing is executing the Trump plan. And he's doing a bad job at that. So that's why he has to show he's doing something. That's why he jumps to these vaccine mandates, which are unconstitutional, by the way. And so I think what the 5th circuit just did is more to come. I was actually telling the SBA administrator because she was all like when we're looking forward to the vaccine manage to help get small businesses back on their feet. And I'm like, you don't know what you're talking about. Small business owners already have a problem finding employees. These vaccine mandates are only going to make it harder for them to find employees, which is going to further hurt our economy. But when you have somebody that doesn't know economics, but he's quote unquote in charge. This is what happens. And I think the worst part congressman is, it seems like it's not just him that doesn't know economics. His whole cabinet and his whole party don't know economics, right? You hear these people and then Joel will tell you, well you guys don't understand supply chain. No, no, no. We do. You don't, and that's why we keep having gas at, you know, I was down in Florida last week. I was paying almost $4 a gallon. That's worse than New York right now. And I can't believe that all over the country. I saw California, they were almost at $7 a gallon. That's a major problem. They don't understand the economics. No, they don't. Because they don't talk to anybody about the economics. They always talk about what their plans are. Their utopian vision, Pelosi's always talking about, she's doing everything for the children, even though outside of her own grandchildren. I don't think I can't remember the last time she's actually talked to a child. She doesn't know what she's talking about. And so this is what you have a pair of Capitol Hill. These bills that they've been pushing through this Congress, there's no debate on these bills. They come out of Pelosi's office. They drop into rules. The rules committee is the size of somebody's living room. I'm not kidding. That's how small the rules committee is. And so you're sitting in somebody's living room and cameras all over the place. The votes are already pre ordained no matter what the members from the different ranking members on a Republican side actually tell the rules committee about these bills. They vote them off there. They go to the floor and they vote him off the floor. There's no debate in Washington, D.C. about these ideas. These quote unquote bills, whatever Joe Biden's plan is, which frankly isn't a plan..

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Be right back. Again, congressman Byron Donald's coming up. All right, folks, welcome back to TFD truth. We are now joined by Byron donalds. Byron donalds represents district 19 in Southwest Florida. This district includes if you don't know folks, Fort Myers, Naples, gorgeous beaches, Markle island. Byron, I have to say, you couldn't have picked a more beautiful place to represent. Not to mention, you have governor Ron DeSantis and now Florida resident Donald Trump. Welcome to TFT truth, and thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me on. I really appreciate it. Yeah, that's just a gorgeous place. I know you actually, you grew up in Brooklyn, is that right? Yeah. Born and raised from the New York. Wow. And then you end up going to college down in Florida and ended up saying, yeah, this place doesn't suck. I mean, look at decision really was. Like, you know, I kind of like having wide open space. Anybody that lived in New York when you understand that right open space is not a thing that comes with the territory. No. So for me, I got to Florida. And I was like, you know what? I think a mistake. It was really that simple. Well, 75 or 80° in November, December and January doesn't hurt either. Yeah, I mean, that's great stuff too. Yeah, so to leave Washington, D.C. and go back to Southwest Florida. Pretty cool, pretty cool. I like it. So again, thanks for joining us. We want to get your comments on some of the recent activity in Congress, including that impassioned speech that you had. You get so much so limited time when you get your turn, I guess. But on October 28th in front of oil industry leaders, we want to get to that because that was just I think that just you hit it out of the park and suddenly and anyone else who felt like we believe in energy and the way energy is delivered, we were all on board with you. Can you give us your thoughts though first on vaccine mandates? You faced off with Chris Cuomo on July 26th..

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"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Any rebroadcast reproduction or other use of this show without the express written consent of the financial guys LLC is strictly prohibited. There hasn't even a bad return to the defense of what men did or the language asset management, and that you guys lose that language asset management are not affiliated people service link. Welcome to TFT truth. I might pay flick along with my partner and co host Mike where each and every week folks we report facts, expose hypocrisy and espouse common sense, we have an outstanding guest coming on. Congressman Byron donalds, he's down in the district 19 in Southwest Florida, beautiful place to serve. I am definitely going to joke with him about that because here we are in New York as we head into wintertime and when he goes from Washington, D.C. down to his home base, so to speak, how outrageously beautiful it is. It's tropical, it's gorgeous. So we're going to talk to Byron Donald. Mike, I know we're going to talk to him a little bit about his appearances on committee in front of some energy leaders. We're going to talk a little bit about COVID and the vaccine mandates and how Florida and New York have been handled so far differently. And also the Kyle rittenhouse trial..

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"donalds" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"donalds" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"It's inspiring to see voices that represent conservatism that represent the Republican Party. I mean, we're seeing we're seeing people emerge with clarity and with passion and congressman Byron donalds is a great example of that. He's a congressman from Florida. He represents Florida's 19th congressional district, and he has been so spot on regarding the failed policies of the left and the Democrats real pleasure to welcome congressman Byron Donald to the Mike Gallagher show. Congressman, I don't know about you, but it feels like a wave of sanity is starting to blanket the country. I got to believe you're as ecstatic as the rest of us with the results of Tuesday's election. Well, first, let me just say what happened in Virginia. What happened in New Jersey, you know, even though we felt a little bit short in school boards all across the country, the police movement in Minneapolis, watching all these things from the radical left go down in flames. Frankly gave me hope because it's very clear that our country continues to be a center right country. It's very clear that voters of all demographics and all socioeconomic stripes are small fee conservatives. And it's interesting to see that the Democrats can run these crazy campaigns but literally look at certain all he did was talk about Donald Trump and try to call Glenn Duncan for racism. That's all he tried to do. And it was so wonderful to see the people of Virginia just reject that, reject what's going on by these school boards in our classrooms, reject these vaccine mandates and reject a simple common sense, conservative public safety issues. It was great to see if both of all for

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"There. They have nothing. We send money down there. That money is taken. It doesn't go to. the people. Maybe fractured goes to the people. The rest of it goes to the people in power the people in charge then because of our week policies the cartel nose and families here united says no. Hey if you just send the child the child get in right. What about the kids. That are being sent to san diego or somewhere else with their parents that are not in the country. Wh what happens to them family members family. Somebody's year gotcha. There's one seventeen year old girl. They've had for three hundred days hundred days. She's a sitting up because they can't find a place to place her. So h has actively trying to place these kids all across the united states. This is the biggest this is the biggest child deployment probably in the history of the country. There were one hundred seventy two thousand incursions with unaccompanied minors last month. We're going to break the record for unaccompanied minors coming to the united states. This year next month at the current rate. Well it really correct. You don't really see a lot of that on on on cnn or or anything incident cnn's about the coverage to climate change. I'm sure you're going to start talking about climate. Change january six enough. Yeah they don't have trumpet talk about anymore. So now they're gonna start talking about climate change. They do not want to talk about this. What are the chances that the republicans win the house back in two years very very very good. We totally believe we're going to take back the majority the democrats. This is in part because they've had to acquiesce to a cossio. Cortez and the squad. They have pushed every radical agenda item. That they want and this part is very clear. And i want people understand. It's not they're not just pushing it to show who they are so we can beat them and lose forever. They fundamentally think that if they push their agenda americans will accept the second thing they believe is their reorienting. What the center of politics are and the more. They push their agenda. The more people say. Oh gosh. I don't like that in that in that but this one's not too bad Well when you do that us change to censor a politics so the political center is shifting. I believe their whole mission is to shift the political center of politics so that in ten years and twenty years the things we thought were just crazy. Radical last question for me is who runs for president in two thousand four is going to be trump or is it going to be descent read lightly. Allison that's above my pay grade. Nothing's man obviously you cop out of question you say this. One of them will run. Let me leave it at that. One of them will run. I think you know the president has talked about it. Yes has ron talked about it. A first name basis. No kidding if trump doesn't run governor if trump doesn't run do i know this anthrax. Does he have the best chance. Because i mean a lot of people. Florida did okay through this virus florida. The great you know look around you. Yeah built a..

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"That members on both sides of the aisle florida are committed to doing that. And so we're going to be pushing very hard infrastructure bill or other funding. That comes forward to making sure that water money for everglades restoration is is in that much we can send you the work It is critical that we get a couple things online. The c. forty-three reservoir. Come online next year. That's going to help lots. The biggest question is how do we get over this year. Lake level is high. There's algae forming in lake. We're aware of that right now. my office and other congressmen's offices are in are. We are on with army corps about the new low some schedule of water releases. We're actually going through a couple of scenarios right now that i'm sharing with my colleagues at work going to take to the army corps for the make those necessary adjustments in it. I was in the everglades. I was in western everglades two weeks ago on a tour and we have water level issues in the everglades itself and part of it is the cord in a release enough water there and and so we have to get to as a more comprehensive schedule with the core in the short term but intermediate long-term is we have to finish a project is just simple and then once we finish the project then we can have the necessary conversation about. What are the other things that contribute to water issues. We have but. I think i think finishing the project is she gonna help a lot more than people realize the other. Good thing that's happening. We don't talk about much in our area. Are the water projects north of lake okeechobee. Specifically wells and so the north of north of lake okeechobee. actually was having a conversation with chauncey. Galls who's on water management. Those projects are going through and so wells actually happen faster than it is to build a reservoir as one of the reasons. I've been supportive of them because it's a quick way to get job done. That work is going through right now. They're southwest florida. Water management issued is moving ahead with those But we need to make sure we keep the money flowing the to fix the project and weird for conservative but really the the lake okeechobee. System is designed by the federal government. The federal government has a responsibility to fix it and repair it and update for the needs of our area today. And they're you know what about on the other coast saint lucy. They're really push. They're pushing hard and so two to not have the water. Come that way. Which i get it but we don't want it to come. This way either. Didn't succeed at that. Didn't he get okay. We actually we had a conversation about that. Two days ago. You and ryan okay. And so that's what i was saying. You know when your water break..

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Do it number two. Not everybody wants to go study in a field that's economically viable if you were struggling high school and then you went to college and you don't know what you're doing. Why are you in college. I tell young kids now. When i talked to young kids. We're about to graduate. I asked him. Do you know what you wanna do. They're like well. No i said don't go and the parents look at me like what. What what what are you talking about. And i'm telling parents you do not want to take on debt just a beat in college to have the experience because that's gonna come to an end you're going to spend your life paying money back. That is illogical. If you don't know what you wanna do go to your local community college. Florida southwestern state college take a couple classes get a job and figure out your life and figure out your focus and then at that point if you wanna go to four year college university. They're not going anywhere If you're smart enough they'll take you. You can find a way. We have this dispute. Yeah so so let. While one of the big things you ran on one of the break. We're going to save water for the last. We had to about what the i want. One more crime one more crime question the every morning we wake up it seems like there's another mass shooting and was in fedex fedex nineteen year old winner with the with the issue is what the reason is what people just seem to be dying all the time from these mass shootings. Is it a gun problem. Or what's going on. I thought i thought biden was gonna fix everything. Yeah that's what he thinks. No it's a. It's a mental health issue. Okay it's a hard is really a heart issue. And i tell people all the time. There is not a law on the books that can solve the human condition because of the hume. If your personal human condition is in serious as serious questions to the point where you're willing to kill other people then you don't care about the law you know hear about. Somebody's life in front of you. Then what do you care about. What's in federal statutes or state statutes or local ordinances or whatever that is the last thing on your mind and so it's really about the human condition. Gum policy in the united states is actually. We're actually right balance where we are right now. We have background checks if you look at the mass shootings the people who have conducted them either. A legally acquired their firearms going through background checks or be. They stole the weapons. So what are we gonna pass is going to stop those who eventualities. There isn't one. The one i always go back to is going back to marjory stoneman. Douglas nicholas crews legally acquired his firearms. He went through all the background checks. He was on the fbi's radar fbi didn't follow up. He was on the school. District's rate are the school district. Didn't follow up. There were people who knew there were. There were mental issues going on his family knew but nobody followed up. So was that the fault of of background check laws or is that the fall of some of the other apparatus in government that didn't take the necessary steps to track nicholas cruise is tried assault. Weapons do you think. There should be more. Stringent weapon is an assault weapon. Let's less we gotta go into language for moment. Weapon isn't assault weapon the soundboard. You know if ed is angry enough the soundboard that can become an assault weapon but it can't fire rapid succession..

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Going to ourselves as stuff to say that. I was gonna say how much how much backlash community. When you just gotta be one hundred in a lot of people say you know. We want to have a conversation about race. We'll have it. Let's be one hundred about it. Let's be completely honest with ourselves. Completely on us. And i get my colleagues on the floor. Their black bar and you can say a lot of things. I can't say i might get a shrew. Yeah but we have to be honest with ourselves. The vast majority of police engage people mock community. The interactions are fine. The interactions actually done a lot of times people in my community. We want the police there. We want the police because let's be very clear. The vast majority of crime that happens against black people is committed by black people That's tough to say but that's truth. Yeah don't believe me. Go ask people in dunbar right now. Who's going who's end dunbar committing farm against black people. Ask them seriously. Well how do we how does that. How does that change. I think that's a culture change of of the black community. I think you're gonna see a shift in a as we talk right now. The one key stat. I feel for you know as a black man in america for the black community which is incredibly important is the formation of black families are on the rise again. You gotta have father figures in these homes I think black. Attainment in education is on horizon in the united states. That's a quality thing into family homes in the black communities arise. That's a wonderful thing and we're starting to see for the first time in sixty years sixty seventy years as the rise in a black middle class again. It's happening right in front of our eyes. I went to college with a lot of them a lot of people. You know my my colleagues where they went and got a college degree it may work out may have not they figure out a way to be successful in our lives are black. Their black middle class families raising their kids. The right way. And i think that is all that stuff is helpful with respect to how the black community deals law enforcement as four. But i think it's important as we talk about this we've got understand the vast majority of occurrences whip police in a black community are actually positive. the sad part is when we see these flashpoints and he's points are just magnified in front of our eyes so let's talk a little bit abou- talking about college you're going to college and recently. They're talking about forgiving student loan funds. And you have said that that is not something you think is going to be in the best interest is that is that your feeling on it that that would be a good thing to do. The student. Loan forgiveness It's it's bad it's bad policy. I was actually in the senate testifying in front of a live. Elizabeth warrants committee on us Tuesday tuesday or wednesday. My statements were very clear that there's a couple of things number one who's gonna pay it or college is going to pay the money back..

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Everybody's life matters. But this organization there monitor their namesake is a Monica that most people agree with without question and so they'd be they've your intertwining themselves in the emotional idea that all Americans truly do believe in that. Yes. Black lives matter. Okay I get that I hope I get. But that being said that doesn't mean you get to push your political agenda and that organization has a political agenda. Their political agenda stands for actually the destruction of the nuclear family. It's about Marxist policy about redistributing wealth about having universal healthcare. These are the things that they support it. They're part of their policies are defunding police when you default police departments like what's happening in my home state of new. York right now, crime goes up the very people. You say you WANNA help are the ones who become disenfranchise. So I don't support that organization I don't support their political agenda, but the namesake that they have that black lives matter. Yeah. Of course they do how much do you get for that? When when you say you don't support it the or or maybe you don't get any do you I do. I get most of the he comes from white liberals. White liberals are the ones that typically provide me the most anx being a black conservative. I think you know black people overall they may not agree with me or they don't like Donald Trump. But they say as a black man I want you to be successful as a black man. They understand that it's important for black people to have a place in politics on both sides of the aisle. They understand that and they want the by people generally want people to succeed the real pushback I get from white liberals because I'm a complete affront to everything that they believe and they're nasty about it. They're actually quite discussing about outside the nastiest comments. I get are from white liberals who won't say it to my face by the way yeah. It won't come and talk to me personally if you're in the more, you know there keyboard tough guys they on twitter and facebook. So goes here I was GONNA say they're not gonNA come and say it to you 'cause you're a big dude to. I. I wanted to ask and I may get the number, right but the the house, the Senate bill that went through for merger stone. Okay. So you voted opposing that. Yes. Was it the whole the whole thing or what were their bits and pieces? You know because we you hear people say well I, didn't really WanNa vote for Abyan this because it had but most of it was good. So that's why I did it. Why did you you just? Voted against it because one of the things that it did it actually infringed upon the Second Amendment Constitutional Rights Floridians. There are, there's always compromises when you deal with legislation but the one thing that can never be compromised is the constitution you cannot compromise that I don't care what you're. GonNa get in return. What the bill does, it takes away due process rights for gun owners in America through Red Flag Red Flag laws if I felt that you were a threat to me and I felt you had a mental condition, I can call Lee County I could call a Lee County sheriff's and say, I'm scared they have the authority under that bill to go into. Your home search your home. If they find weapons, they can take your weapons and then they give you a day in court for you to go back and try to get your weapons but you already weapons taken from you without probable cause. What just because Oh, my word that at all my word that you have your property taken, that is a complete. Perversion of the fourth amendment of the United States that bill raise the age to buy shotguns and rifles from eighteen twenty one the only reason that was into bill is because Nicholas. Cruise was nineteen years old. So what am I going to tell every nineteen-year-old my district that because Nicolas crews a psychopath now you can't go to Walmart and buy a shotgun. That's why I voted against that. Bill. Like I said in legislation, you're going to compromise certain things. You'RE GONNA give be give and take, but there can never be compromised when it comes to the constitution. So anybody who says that? Oh. Well, you know we we made a good deal or we got rid of of gun free zones. You cannot compromise constitutional rights because the second you take that step is going to be open field for the left and I'll tell you what happened after we pass that bill actually before we pass that bill in the legislature. Against My vote But once bill passed the left the moms demand action were all like you have to do this you have to do this. They praised the bill the second pass I said it ain't go far enough. You should have done more. It's never going to be enough for them well, and you took some heat. From what I was reading someone is saying because trump's supported that and then that that just that just fed that whole you're not a trump supporter of like straight talk. Yeah. The deal. So Dana Oh my opponent voted for the bill. He has a C rating by the NRA. The NRA's endorsed me really because of that bill, right? Right because that bill was constructed by Republican leadership it wasn't the Democrats built it was Republicans Bill. If there was ever a time you were going to stand for the Second Amendment is when you have to stand against your own party to do so I've done that Danes excuses president. Trump talked about wanting red flag laws in raising the age to buy shotguns and rifles, and so he says, well, the president said it. So we did it. My point is, yes. The president said that in twenty eight team. But as a legislator, you have a responsibility, you take an oath to the constitution. You have to uphold the constitution even when it's not popular even when public opinion is against you, you still have to uphold the constitution. Dane doesn't tell you is that a year later after the shootings in El Paso Texas the president made similar remarks. But then he met with congressional leaders, they did not push forward any legislation on red FL federal red flag laws. The president has not brought up that policy since that point in time. So it's one thing to talk about it in a speech. It's another thing to actually vote for it and enacted into law, and that's why that's why people are saying. That's why Dana saying that about how he's still with the president. What they're trying to do is cover his tracks because he betrayed the second amendment. WHY WON'T CASEY ASK OUR DEBATE ANYBODY Z. Y.. Yeah. Because he doesn't WANNA look bad understand he's spending three million dollars of his own money. He doesn't WanNa look that his team is hiding him. His team does not want him to debate. Because if you put him on a debate stage with myself Dane Dr Fig Christie mcglaughlin Dan, Cole Dan. Severson. Randy Henderson Darren Aquino. He's not gonNA look like who's prepared to lead South West Florida. That's why he won't debate is his best strategy is to run thirty second ads and hope.

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

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04:13 min | 2 years ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Talking because I was a registered Democrat. And so they're saying well, because he was a registered Democrat supported Obama that's ridiculous. If you look at my facebook page from that time, it's clear. I did not support Obama. My opponents know this but they don't give out details and facts they started smear frankly because I'm black and I was a registered Democrat that they say, oh well, he voted for Obama it's ridiculous and frankly has borderline racist. They attack me because in twenty eleven I had critical things to say about Donald trump long before he ran for president But what they won't tell you is is that I was being critical of Barack. Obama my sister brought up Donald Trump and I told my sister in my facebook comments. I don't care about Donald Trump he's not running for president He's not the President Barack Obama's the president that's the person we should be focused on, but they won't tell you that. So I've been labeled everything from a Rhino never trumper I'm I'm now I'm being told I. Support, Barack Obama. But if you look at records, I'm the only person in this race that came into politics in the tea party movement ten years ago I'm the only person has raised. That has been in every city council and Every County Commission Excessive Christy McLaughlin I'll make mentioned her that has actually spoke against mass mandates in south Florida right now, the other candidates have been nowhere to be found. I'm the only person in this race that has a record of standing for the second. amendment. Even standing against their own party I've done that in Florida legislature so you're a trump conservative. I say that with hesitation because he's not really a conservative, but that's everybody seems to be hugging the president these days in the Republican Party why? Why? Why Why the President I don't mean that I mean, why is it? Is it a winning strategy to that trump is a conservative when he really isn't. The winning strategy is to say that you stand with the president. Okay I stand with the President I support him I was never going to support Hillary. Clinton. Right. That was never going to happen. I'm not supporting Joe Biden was just on Fox and friends bashing him for the comments. He made a couple of days ago which were outrageous comments but that being said I support the president because number one he has actually helped to restructure our tax code he has. Got Rid of bad regulation. He's created opportunity zones and a lot of our urban quarters help with economic development. He has actually done some of the reforms in our justice system. The same reforms that Joe Biden actually instituted I support the president because he's actually has done what he said he was GonNa do and he was very straightforward with that. I don't care about tweets and I don't care about personalities I want somebody to run the country that's going to do A. Good job say what they're going to do and not be cowed by media and by special-interest that's why I support the president. But I'm also a conservative I believe in limited government the limited powers at the federal level I believe in individual liberty that you and I should be able to make decisions for ourselves. We'll make a far better job making those decisions for ourselves than any government bureaucrat can do or any member of Congress or the United States Senate can. Do. Now, when you're talking about making individual decisions and all I know you were when you were in the house now you're on on the Education Committee and you've talked about was watching a video you were at somebody's house the other night and you were talking about the schools and school choice. Can you give us your view on that and that you sort of were alluding to the school calendar? Are you are you saying that we should go full school year what? Will let me take back the number. One thing I think we should do an education is that parents should have the ability and the purchasing power to choose where their child goes. In Our in our society the state. Government Funds Education. What we've done in our system is that we only fund education at traditional public schools and in Florida we changed the law twenty years ago to fund funded it at charter schools. But if we're going to really empower young people to get a transformative education, if we're going to empower parents to make sure they find the best academic environment for their child. Now for all chosen for their child, what you WanNa do is give them the ability. To make that purchasing decision, we already pay for it if they go on to a public school well, why are we paying if they go into a private school if you're GonNa if you're really going to be forward thinking and have a true economy education where people can get the best services for the dollars that are being used, you WanNa have a free flowing system like you.

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"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"donalds" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"I had asked town manager to get the the stats from the fire department is to what the runs were for the top ten addresses and and and the fire chief was great getting that information in town manager disseminated to the town council that the numbers were stunning. You guys have talked about this year runs the fire department runs or just stunningly disproportionate. So I thought we gotta get the media involved. So I had read an article after the shooting, for Mike, Brown at the at the news press. Too I think works well, with Dave Dorsey were just talking to and I said this to Mike, and and and and the next day I got I. got an email from one of our constituents John Thomas why don't think she'll mind if I mentioned her name. But she had aggregated the sheriff's department data in a way that was really powerful as well. Key numbers were stunning. So I sent that to Mike Brown as well, and he said, well, can we all get together and he goes? Could you get find somebody at some business owner who has concerns and we were just happened to meet for lunch at the wheel and Mike Marty. Got Together with us and Mardi course shared his concerns because it's really impacting his business adversely and we we spent all the we spend an hour helping Mike Brown get up to speed and give him all this information and at the end of that hour he says to us because well, this is really interesting but you know what's the action item I needed I needed the next item for the new story, and then I was really reticent to this because I had heard that Dan allers was in negotiations with the sheriff's Department on this New Statement Ordinance. But I feel. I. Felt like if we didn't share that, you know that we're GONNA lose story and so I said, you know you really need to reach out to counselor allers. He's working on a nuisance abatement order or Nisa will give the town the power to find and potentially shutdown entities that are problematic for the island. His eyes just lit up and he says I. Will be there at that council meeting on Monday and I'll be there early and so all of a sudden he shows up Monday great turnout at the town again thanks in part to your show. Great Turnout People's testimony extremely powerful. So Tuesday morning, we get a great article for the News Press Steve Dorsey a piece on the litigation like does a piece on the news baby. Front page top of the full pressures on pressure pressure. So what happens next? Tuesday. Night Wink TV Fox local channel just great stories on this issue. People are brave enough to go on record for these TV reporters pressure pressure, Wednesday morning, surprise of surprises. The Observer comes out three stories on the front page of The Observer. They did a great job of covering this issue pressure pressure. Again mayors work at his magic, they come to an agreement to move forward and again the islands in a much better place. So I'm I'm thankful that condors family. I'm thankful for everybody who had the courage to be involved this process because initially there was a mindset that you know this is the town can't do anything. We don't control the sheriff's Department we don't control the state entities that regulates the liquor licenses. There's nothing. We can do you know when you say that it takes the pressure off. You gotTa have the pressure on. So in the in the midst of all this again, counselor allers is working with the sheriff's department the Openness Sheriff's Outreach Center Jackie. Let's from the cheever's heavily involved in businesses are donating their time and money to build this little outreach center higher prices for the Sheriff who donates the building for the for the outreach center. The Guy who owns Margarita Villa does anybody see the Iranian, all that but but the key thing was that help build a pressure. So when Monday's hearing occurred In. All the media coverage that result all the bravery of the people of this island who spoke out I just think they reached a precipice where things had changed and they did in a positive way and I'm not here to rehash all that I just wanted to give you the back story of how that helped come to be. Well. Thank you for joining US everybody today have a great weekend and. Just, kidding you laid it out perfectly I don't know. Well, let's talk about the the Nuisance Abatement Board to be specific about that for a little bit because. Vice Mayor Hossa frosts said something at the meeting that really I mean I latched onto and I posted her comment about her quote about it and a lot of people not a lot. I don't know what the number is. I mean we have nine listeners a few people posted that. Another government layer I mean, isn't there enough government and you know. How is this GonNa work, and you know how ten years from now? Maybe. Peach Timeout does something the next council doesn't like and so why a nuisance abatement for why isn't there enough teeth in what we have now like a sheriff's Department Code Enforcement if all these things are going on, it seems like we're creating something that what well let me just because I think to add to that was the statement that was made by one of the sheriff's deputies there who was like I need something to go forward on so So I guess the question is do do you need different ordinances with the teeth or this nuisance of? geomancers that for for the people that don't know. The sheriff from the Sheriff's Department was out the council meeting on Monday and this came up and I thought wreck sand was gonna Gonna come across the table and say to him or strangle him because he basically said and I'm paraphrasing that we have to have the calls in order to answer the calls or there has to be a crime in order for us to go and I always yell and scream three thousand calls aren't enough I mean how many more do you need before some somebody like the sheriff goes over there and wait there's a political side under the. Sign. Does Not something being done I mean. So that's that's what I'm getting out I. Mean There's laws on the books. Now why isn't that enough? Jim? It's a fair question. I love ric sand a lot of respect for, but I thought the quote in your in your in your facebook page.

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