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"eric cantor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:45 min | 5 months ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tansy. No Vega. I'm speaking with Doug Hi, who's been a Republican communication strategist in Congress, the RNC in the White House. And saw Hill Comport national political reporter for NBC News Talking about impeachment Episode two for the GOP, Doug we're talking about how frightened I guess is one word to say the A lot of the GOP are for there. Holding on to their political positions, afraid to turn away from constituents who are bathed in the glory of their former president here, refused to let go without my question to you, Doug is why don't these folks leave government and go make Money in the private sector, like why are they holding on so tightly to this ideology, which is in fact appearing to tear the country apart? You know, it's very good question. I actually asked a pretty similar question of that to a member. I've known for a long, long time who voted against impeachment and said, Basically, you know, why is this worth being ranking member of a subcommittee or if you get back the majority? Share of a subcommittee, like members of Congress aren't very happy. Capitol Hill is not a really great work place. I tell you, You know my experience is there. I had a great boss, but it was miserable because we were going through things like shutdowns and Constant fighting with your own team to where you didn't have time to worry about fighting with Nancy Pelosi because you had to shore up your own side constantly, and that member of Congress was Eric Cantor and You know, he's a cautionary tale for Ah, lot of these A lot of these Republicans who are scared of if they do what they see is the right thing that they're going to lose. And I would tell you the fact that Eric Cantor wanted to do something on immigration. Was a contributing factor to his loss. And it's why immigration reform never happened in Congress. You know since then, in 2014, that's been six plus years now. So how do we explain that? I mean the idea that there are members of Congress in the GOP who are you know, choosing to stay in these roles, choosing to stay in this position. When they could easily, you know, go into the private sector or into consulting and make a number of different career moves that wouldn't have them, you know, essentially in fear of a political party or of certain constituents. Look at who is retiring and who has retired in recent years. People in the House Republican conference who are known to be workhorses, who are known to be interested in getting things done. Many of them have left Greg Walden is one example. The former chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee, Other figures like Pat Tiberi have retired, previously a close ally to the former speaker, John Boehner. Understood as you know someone who is respected in the conference. There are a lot of people who wanted who are there to get things done. Who were policy minded who have decided to leave that all of them? But many of them and this moment and politics is a very good time for for show horses, you know, you want to spend a lot of time on right wing media and maybe booster their personal profile and collect social media followers. This is a very good time for them, because that's kind of the political moment that they're in right now. But for those who are more policy minded, who are more interested in getting things done through the hard work of compromise. This is a pretty dark political moment. The hell I'm wondering. Also, there are rumblings. I don't know how how real they are right now that there could be and we've heard this many times in our political past that there could be the emergence of a third party here. Are you hearing anything like that? Is it still too early to even think about that? Think rumblings is fair, mainly because they're emanating from former President Trump. But my view on this is I'm highly skeptical because there's always some talk of a third party or the potential for a third party, given that the two major parties are so unpopular, But there are many reasons that doesn't happen. The single biggest one is negative partisanship. Voters dislike one party strongly enough to vote for their opposition and having two major parties only in trenches that trend, But the one caveat to this is Donald Trump. And if he were to decide that he wants to fully throw his support behind the third party, there seem to be testing out potential names for that. If he decides he wants to do that, then I think the Republicans are in a world of trouble because he will take a big chunk of that party's base with him, and it's unclear how much of a future Republicans would have them. And frankly, I think that's one of the major reasons you see. Party leaders and lawmakers and operatives eager not to alienate him and one of the reasons that he is on track at this point to being acquitted if he were to be significantly And sharply disowned by the Republican Party that would only raise his odds of wanting to start a third party. Doug. We're not just talking about the political calculus that a lot of lawmakers are making. But there is a this really happened. The capital Insurrection happened live on national television on January 6 in the afternoon. Americans and people across the country and the world. We're watching what was happening if there is a failure to convict the president. For any role in this does that dug further embolden some of the radical groups that we saw involved in that capital insurrection? Who the FBI and the CIA are already saying are a serious problem to our national security. Yeah. To be honest, I don't know the answer to that. And that's because it was one thing that a lot of Republicans have said, is that going through a second impeachment process is divisive. I agree. It's divisive. Now. Well done. It is got to push back on that. How is it device? Fucking finish. I think it's a necessary division. You know, we have to show that there are real. Punishments When you do something wrong, I'm not a parent. But every parent that I know doesn't not punish their child for doing something wrong, because the kid's not going to like the punishment. But we need to be mindful that it's very clear that there could be a further adverse reaction to this. It's it's part of why the capital is still under, you know, a total lockdown and you still have national guards. Members, you know, patrolling that perimeter, so I think it's I think it's unclear which is going to cause bigger. You know, a bigger problem, you know with that Trump base. If there's people going to break the law, they need to be put in jail. There's no there's no question about that. The impeachment process is entirely political. It's not a legal process and what wasn't designed to be. I worry that you know, without a conviction. We also send a message to any future president that As long as you do something in your closing days, you know, to pick an idea..

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Hurricane relief efforts begin for decimated Abaco Islands

The Lead with Jake Tapper

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane relief efforts begin for decimated Abaco Islands

"In our boats tossed like confetti. The images belie the obvious question. How could anyone anyone survive this pulse and your the growth we arrive by helicopter in mana war and avocado with billy aubrey embracing his wife shana sean after days of not knowing if she was dead or alive shawna hunkered down with friends in their seaside home until the roof we off and they all scramble to find find anything so nancy. This is what kept you guys alive. This little this little rock this came in hover dow in shauna was on the ground and we were just trying to what did it sound like in here. At the time it was up. There was a lot of crashing eh crashing and whirling stuff coming on this wall. So many in the apple islands lived through hours that resembled unmoved a horror movie exposed to wins that top two hundred fifteen miles an hour like tornadoes touching down every minute describe describe. It wish nobody words can describe it. They could never eric cantor is categorized. Never my grandfather was like a bomb went off residents here. Tell me their little island in paradise is unrecognizable even to them. They're resourceful and self reliant they say but they could have never imagined a storm as powerful as doreen and there's no better way to describe to you. The force of hurricane doreen to be right here where people rode out the storm in their living rooms and their dining rooms. I mean look in this. The roof blew off the house here. The entire kitchen king down there refrigerator ended up here on the ground there living room and dining furniture is strewn all over people described these things being tossed around the island like projectiles they all coward hovered in their bathrooms and closets anything they could find to take shelter. There are now the beginnings of recovery but only the basics medical attention private helicopters to take out those who are sick the elderly young families. I'm sure it'll never be the same again i i but i mean the people are strong and we're going to try to do our best through a bill the best way we can but we know <hes> it'll never be the same. This was a storm of biblical proportions abba conan's tell me and yes they worry it will take a miracle to recover from it. Jake think about everything that we just heard everything we saw so you can repeat that thousands of times over spoke to a man from another island in arbuckle told me that there was a storm surge he had gone under his son reached out to hold them up. He really wanted to let go. He couldn't take anymore but he said no. I'm not gonna let my son see me die this way and he got himself out of there so jake so tough paula you were not supposed to spend the night on the avocado islands so what happened so so we're at the staging area here in nassau and their flights everywhere they just couldn't get us back with the way the air conditions the airline traffic the helicopter traffic. Obviously there was a problem. It's so difficult. Jake on the island was on. I mean they cleared the baseball field so that we could bland so that we could get ourselves billion and get to that kind of reunion and get some supplies as in so we had to stay there. These people men were they'd been through so much and yet they didn't blink an eye. We said we'll sleep on the beach will sleep on the grass. We don't care no. They took choson and a special. Thank you to marcia and angel cruz. I know they have relatives in florida. Thank you so much and what we saw. There is what people are grappling playing with right now of course jake. They're thankful thankful for being alive <hes> but when you see the way they are living i mean they took all the food out of the refrigerator. The cruises cooked it. That's all they really have. They have some more provisions in the grocery store but they're wondering what comes next their kids are supposed to start school and it's things like that that this island's beginning to grapple with and jake. There's more more on this island. Things were fairly under control. People are starting to worry about things like disease. They hear the death reports say that will inevitably go up and they are starting to worry about encore un recovered bodies things that call so much to worry them at this place and as they told us on the island they worry that they won't be able to return at least not not in a fashion that they were there now living there fulltime all newton in nassau the bahamas. Thank you so much for that powerful report we appreciate it.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on Trumpcast

"He says that power gives him a lot of leeway to essentially get away with this. I mean, a guy who is literally encouraging these attacks, you know, with his rhetoric telling people to go out and be aggressive in not condemning them once they've happened. I mean, we didn't hear the presence say anything about what happened with the Kroger shootings because that could have been. Another charleston. Remember, he went to a church before that. And that I was locked. Yep. Okay. Yeah. The president is only comments on tragedies that can maybe affect his political power with his base other than that. He doesn't seem to care all that much. So what's to be done? I mean, I think that we anticipated that there'd be more of this kind of thing at the time of the election. Has it been worse than you think about what you expected? I mean, frankly that results of the election should be a boon to the left. You have a number of not just the statistics on diversity of, you know, youngest woman ever elected to congress and to Muslim women to native American women elected first openly gay governor of a state, but you know, I think the left should be encouraged by the fact that this stuff on which they were losing elections. I'd say maybe as recently as two years ago. I mean, Dave brat beat Eric cantor in Virginia on the strength of. You know, this tea party push and to to repeal ObamaCare, and he's out in Virginia. Ashley spam. Burger the former CIA agent replaced him because frankly, she's there to protect ObamaCare people decide they like it people had enough time to understand that these entitlements are good thing. A lot of cases. And so I think that there should be a lot of folks on the left who feel encouraged going into twenty twenty because I think frankly, you're not going to get a candidate who is going to go Michael avenue route and simply their entire time engaging Trump on his behavior, whatever he says what they're going to do is to sell people on policy than help make their lives better. Now, what they have to do is to talk about that policy through it intersectional lens. They have to really understand how this impacts affect certain communities. They can't just talk about these things he nor race gender in other forms of identity based discrimination. When Bernie Sanders said that people in Florida, maybe they weren't racist. They just weren't comfortable voting for Andrew gillum because he's black. It occurred to me that Anna far left figure like Sanders from his generation thinks about the question of civil rights from the point of view of decide. Adding between McGovern and Goldwater like two white men. And if you're a liberal, you want a liberal white man who thinks that the racist should be equal. But you might not then feel comfortable actually voting for a black, man. And when you look at the complexion of of congress on these people elected women and men, it really is astounding that this is a very different and complex time. Much more complex time for raise politics than than anything. You know, Lyndon Johnson could have imagined. And in a way that conversation the McGovern conversation are the Bernie Sanders conversation about civil rights is is more abundant. That's what you mean. By intersection -ality is that, you know, having Alexandra Cossio Cortes having having a Scott Gillam or a Stacey Abrams changes the conversation completely. It's not a just a left and right on social issues. Question it's incredibly complex, and it's not just about having the symbolism of having those people in office. But also having the the benefit that you gain by having people with lived experience with racism with misogyny and other forms of of oppression, and how and understanding how those of forms of oppression intertwined in rely upon one another one another it's valuable to have people like that in office to help me help making making laws to help. You know, their constituents understand how you know more effective solutions can be it can be put together this is not about trying to exploit folks in trying to make sure you turn out the black vote or the or women in suburbia, or what have you not about trying to you know, you you're this towards elections. It's about crafting affective policy, and if you have an interest in crafting affective policy, you're going to get more people of color involved. You're going to get more women involved. You're going to get. A more LGBTQ people involved more people who have had disparate experiences in life..

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"eric cantor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The deal the expert from the story there are so many similarities with what you've got going on in the resists movement with what has already happened with the tea party the party movement in a bunch of disenfranchised underrepresented conservatives they banded together with a bunch of a libertarian style conservatives and they created a really powerful political movement right and what did we say we see soften takeout leadership like eric cantor and john bainer in congress led to record wins and midterm elections the biggest ones coming in two thousand ten right now you can actually argue if you think about it the tea party movement while twenty ten was like the spiking of the football the success of all successes for the movement you still have mitt romney who was the republican party nominee for president two thousand twelve you could actually argue that donald trump's ascension was the culmination of the tea party movement no he was not the original tea party candidate now belong shot but he demolished the republican party establishment so he finished what the tea party started now if you take a look at what's going on with the left there are a bunch a bunch of similarities as a socialist he had bernie sanders the made series inroads to disrupting the democrats establishment right and who knows if it hadn't been for shenanigans at the dnc why did he pulled out the nomination but anyway this year we've already seen some of those similarities you had crowley go down in new york well that's like eric cantor going down into primary against the tea party candidate the difference is obviously you gotta socialist and you gotta wonder if pelosi next and by the way when was it that you were actually wondering if nancy pelosi going down would be a bad thing because she lets conservative compared to the socialist insurgency on the left but now we're talking about a movement that's attempting to take down the us immigration customs enforcement agency and again you're talking about an agency of people and that's what's not discussed here and all this effort to get trump and trump's bad ice has been around since two thousand three they are not the agency of donald trump the overwhelming majority of employees there were there during the obama administration so it's not like they simply turned into these really awful people right so that leads to the next point about the abolish ice movement again it's confused with border patrol more often than not which it isn't and if you want to abolish something in a least would be helpful if you knew what you're talking about because you've got a lot of really smart people at companies like microsoft that have advanced a protest that doesn't actually add up to the responsibility of the overwhelming majority of ice agents that is alarming and so would be going with the low cost provider or the alternative to the top american tech companies because you have a bunch of ignorant people that are more interested in politics than doing their damn jobs basically microsoft testing cade yet of why they don't but in the meantime we don't know what we don't know until you get there just like the declaration of independence being flagged as hate speech by good goals and facebook's algorithm isn't that fun i'm brian mudd in for the great one mmhmm you don't thousands to the irs do you probably not so you don't know the depths of depression sleekness nece and anxiety might listener endured before taking my advice and calling optima tax relief he owed over forty thousand dollars to the irs with no way to pay much less the interest and penalties that compound daily he was in the irs crosshairs aggressive collection calls threatening letters and if you wanna know what optima did for my listener and how little he ended up paying the irs go to optima tax relief dot com watch his verified video and prepare to be impressed now picture yourself with your irs nightmare in your rear view that's what.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Ability to be obtained by foreign entities now does that seem like a good idea but again that's what's on the rise right now it's pretty alarming and to that end the abolish ice movement is a really good piece by real clear politics few days ago headline the problem with abolish ice and here's an extra it doesn't seem to matter that the abolish ice movement doesn't have an actual proposal for why should replace is or even if it should be replaced at all abolishing the agency doesn't abolish immigration immigration laws and some abolish ice advocates dance around questions of if and how exactly those laws would be enforced here's the deal into the expert from the story there are so many similarities with what you've got going on in the resist movement with what has already happened with the tea party the tea party movement in a bunch of disenfranchising underrepresented conservatives they banded together with a bunch of libertarian style conservatives they created a really powerful political movement right and what did we say we see salt and takeout leadership like eric cantor and john bainer congress led to record wins and mid term elections the biggest ones in two thousand ten right now you could actually argue if you think about it the tea party movement while twenty ten was like spiking the football the success of all successes for the movement you still at mitt romney who was the republican party nominee for president two thousand twelve you could actually argue that donald trump's ascension was the culmination of the tea party movement no he was not the racial tea party candidate now belong shot but he demolished the republican party establishment so he finished what the tea party started now if you take a look at what's going on with the left there are a bunch a bunch of similarities as she had bernie sanders the made series inroads to disrupting the democrats establishment right and who knows if it hadn't been for shenanigans at the dnc you even pulled out the nomination but anyway this year we've already seen some of those similarities you had crowley go down in new york well that's like eric cantor going down in primary against tea party candidate the difference is obviously you gotta socialist and you've got to wonder it's pelosi next and by the way when was it that you were actually wondering if nancy pelosi going down wouldn't be a bad thing because she lets conservative compared to the socialist insurgency on the left but now we're talking about a movement it's attempting to take down the us immigration customs enforcement agency and again you're talking about an agency of people and that's what's not discussed here in all this effort to get trump in trump's bad ice has been around since two thousand three they are not the agency of donald trump the overwhelming majority of employees there were there during the obama administration so it's not like they simply turned into these really evil and awful people brain so that leads to the next point about the abolish ice movement again it's confused with border patrol more often than not which it isn't and if you want to abolish something it at least would be helpful if you knew what you're talking about because you've got a lot of really smart people a companies like microsoft that have advanced a protest that doesn't actually add up to the responsibility of the overwhelming majority of ice agents that is alarming and so would be going with the low cost provider or the alternative to the top american tech companies because you have a bunch of ignorant people that are more interested in politics than doing their damn jobs thankfully microsoft has engaged yet of why they don't but in the meantime we don't know what we don't know until we get there just like the declaration of independence being flagged as hate speech by google's and facebook's algorithm isn't that fun i'm brian mudd in for the great one ben washington's mall w m a l or washington comes to talk i lost my vision five years ago they called it macular degeneration devastating thought eventually discovered talking books a free program to the library of congress's.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The deal the expert from the story there are so many similarities with what you've got going on in the resist movement with what has already happened with the tea party the tea party movement it a bunch of disenfranchised and underrepresented conservatives they banded together with a bunch of libertarian style conservatives they created a really powerful political move right and what did we say we see salt and takeout leadership like eric cantor and john bainer in congress led to record wins and mid term elections the biggest ones coming in two thousand ten right now you actually argue if you think about it the tea party movement while twenty ten was like the spiking the football the success of all successes for the movement you still admit romney who was the republican party nominee for president in two thousand twelve you could actually argue that donald trump's ascension was the combination of the tea party movement no he was not the original tea party candidate now bay long shot but he demolished the republican party establishment so he finished what the tea party started now if you take a look at what's going on with the left there are a bunch a bunch of similarities as a socialist she had bernie sanders the made serious inroads to disrupting the democrats establishment right and who knows if it hadn't been for shenanigans at the dnc you didn't even pulled out the nomination but anyway this year we've already seen some of those similarities you had crowley go down in new york well that's like eric cantor going down in the primary against the tea party candidate the difference is obviously you gotta socialist and you gotta wonder if pelosi next and by the way when was it that you were actually wondering if nancy pelosi going down wouldn't be a bad thing because she lets conservative compared to the socialist insurgency on the left but now we're talking about a movement that's attempting to take down the us immigration and customs enforcement agency and again you're talking about an agency of people and that's what's not discussed here and all this effort to get trump and trump's bad ice has been around since two thousand three they are not the agency of donald trump the overwhelming majority of employees there were there during the obama administration so it's not like they simply turned into these really yvonne awful people brain so that leads to the next point about the abolish ice movement again it's confused with border patrol more often than not which it isn't and if you want to abolish something it at least would be helpful if you knew what you're talking about because you've got a lot of really smart people at companies like microsoft that have advanced a protest that doesn't actually add up to the responsibility of the overwhelming majority of ice agents that is alarming and so would be going with the low cost provider or the alternative to the top american tech companies because you have a bunch of ignorant people that are more interested in politics then doing their damn jobs basically microsoft has engaged yet they don't but in the meantime we don't know what we don't know until we get here just like the declaration of independence being flagged as hate speech by google's and facebook's algorithm isn't that fun i'm brian mudd in for the great one.

"eric cantor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The expert from the story there are so many similarities with what you've got going on in the resists movement with what has already happened with the tea party the tea party movement it a bunch of disenfranchised underrepresented conservatives they banded together with a bunch of libertarian style conservatives they created a really powerful political movement right and what did we say we see soften takeout leadership like eric cantor and john bainer in congress led to record wins and midterm elections the biggest ones coming in two thousand ten right now you can actually argue if you think about it the tea party movement while twenty ten was like the spiking the football the success of all successes for the movement you still have mitt romney who was the republican party nominee for president two thousand twelve you could actually argue that donald trump's ascension was the culmination of the tea party movement no he was not the judicial tea party candidate now long shot but he demolished the republican party establishment so he finished what the tea party started now if you take a look at what's going on with the left there are a bunch a bunch of similarities as a socialist he had bernie sanders the made series inroads to disrupting the democrats establishment right and who knows if it hadn't been for shenanigans at the dnc you why did he pulled out the nomination but anyway this year we've already seen some of those similarities you had crowley go down in new york well that's like eric cantor going down in primary against the tea party candidate the difference is obviously you gotta socialist and you gotta wonder pelosi next and by the way when was it that you were actually wondering if nancy pelosi going down would be a bad thing because she lets conservative compared to the socialist insurgency on the left but now we're talking about a movement that's attempting to take down the us immigration and customs enforcement agency and again you're talking about an agency of people and that's what's not discussed here and all this effort to get trump in trump's bad is has been around since two thousand three they are not the agency of donald trump the overwhelming majority of employees there were there during the obama administration so it's not like they simply turned into these really yvonne awful people right so that leads to the next point about the abolish ice movement again it's confused with border patrol more often than not which it isn't and if you want to abolish something it at least would be helpful if you knew what you're talking about because you've got a lot of really smart people a companies like microsoft that have advanced a protest that doesn't actually add up to the responsibility of the overwhelming majority of ice agents that is alarming and so would be going with the low cost provider or the alternative to the top american tech companies because you have a bunch of ignorant people that are more interested in politics than doing their damn jobs thankfully microsoft testing cade yet they don't but in the meantime we don't know what we don't know until we get there just like the declaration of independence being flagged as hate speech by google's and facebook's algorithm isn't that fun i'm brian mudd in for the great one mark levin mmhmm you don't owe thousands to the irs do you probably not so you don't.

"eric cantor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Here's a montage remember daybreak got elected he upset what does the guy's name eric cantor believe it or not out of sight outta mind upset eric cantor now i want you to listen to how he was treated day brett and then i want you to listen how alexandra cossio cortes is celebrated hat tip washington free beacon but this is informative about our wonderful pseudo media cut twelve go so like alexandria cossio cortes up do elsa is gaining popularity as a democrat with a bowl progressive platform that some say is simply socialist at some wacky turns in politics the big shocker of course eric cantor being unseated by a little known arch conservative alexandria cossio cortez thank you as well nancy very much from one vada's woman to a full list of that as women link eric cantor understands what free markets are and he picked up high profile support in the form of far right republican pundits like mark levin and laura ingram i mean she did something super impressive but wow they're just chops conversation graham really fascinating to say he really couldn't articulate answers to even the most basic policy questions as dave brat proved himself in his disastrous first round of television interviews today whatever people think of your politics tenacity and passion are something everyone should be excited about and proud up so do you think it's time to throw in the towel and just put in the most conservative person you can possibly find find in the house that's what the election seem to show a woman haram one of the most in quantity most incredibly impressive campaigns honestly in recent memory it's a humanitarian crisis the drudge report has blown up into a full right wing panik and which david self citing drudge us against cantor right up through election campaign was smart yes she's a democratic socialist but she really did in her viral campaign i'd play the idea of working class when you get these very low turnout primaries in the people aren't paying any attention to that can be easily hijacked by activists it's about being cannibalized by their far right and that's what happened last night is friday the thirteenth privy fitting into a horror show week for the republican party in the wake of eric cantor's stunning loss get it so yeah the democratic socialist a crackpot who doesn't have the guts to come on this show alexandra cossio quarters celebrated by the media essentially gnawing her positions are embracing her positions but celebrated either way daybreak who's a traditional conservative who believes in lebanon government the constitution and capitalism and he's far right a right winger what are you gonna do just thrown out and all that conservatives your media your pseudo media which is really a progressive mouthpiece and speaking of alexandria ocasio curtis she's on cnn today they love her they love her cut thirteen john berman dumb as a doorknob go you are a democratic socialist you can see how republicans will bring that up with your response well you know i think that we've seen that the american people the vast majority of american people believe in keep in mind she got a little less than seventeen thousand votes i think when i ran for the school board in my township when i was in law school several decades ago i think i got more votes than she did anyway go ahead i care for all they believe that we should have public college trade school they believe that we should elevate the minimum wage and i think it's easy for republicans to start yelling out labels in order to feed yelling out hitler eva braun or nazi concentration camps or japanese interment or that the president is a liar or that you know we haven't yelled out any of the typical left wing liberal crap words go ahead at the end of the day i believe that our legislative priorities are completely in line and reflective with them as well i don't know about you ladies and gentlemen but i am thrilled to have this twenty eight year old setting national policy hey you know what what medicare for everybody oh cool public college and trade school for everybody for free oh healthcare free for everybody oh look at.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And this is sort of like an eric cantor type of thing but this alexandria occasion cortes chavez the i mean it's she's this is she's like the bernie part of the party which is really the base and he spent three million to her three hundred thousand which i thought was pretty amazing so she used to be an aid by the way do teddy kennedy and then afterwards when he realized that she was getting close to him he tried to he tried to catch up try to at least you know compete a little bit but it was just too too much she just started way too late so now that i think that's going to help cynthia nixon because now she's going to get a ton of donations probably and she'll get a lot of money from the democrats socialist of america with him she is aligned and that's that's gonna be interesting to see her go up against cuomo which i mean she could who knows i mean everybody i mean this is this is are very very far left john fund under that bernie sanders insists that his positions which were once radical are now becoming mainstream and that's what i'm thinking more and more and more of i mean they're talking about abolishing ice and by the way when it comes to isis i think the idea of abolishing the apparatus to enforce border security security interior wise is stupid i think it's perfectly fine and completely legitimate to have a discussion as to whether or not ice which is really you know the newest creation essentially of ins whether it should be under dhs or whether it should go back because it was under doj because remember under bush and with the introduction of the patriot act and the creation of d h s a lot of things after nine eleven which began ultimately as an immigration issue people were here expired visas cetera et cetera bureaucracy bureauc bureaucratic departments weren't talking to each other that was all reaction i think an overly bureaucratic reaction to that and i think there's a legitimate discussion to have as to whether or not it's best housed under doj as it was previously or under d h s but the idea that you're gonna ice or you know this apparatus of checks and balances for immigration and making sure that things are enforced is absolutely stupid because the idea of border security border security is not a human rights offense border security and enforcing our borders and making sure that when people come into our country that day are accounted for and that they are truthfully declaring their purpose in our country that is not denying a human right no one has a human right to access and it gained entry to a sovereign nation so stop that you can stop that right the hell now you know i i will point this out and i know we gotta get going i went on i i'm going to say where 'cause i don't wanna share the island i went on vacation over last week i was all all last week to an island in the northern atlantic and it is they're very very strict about immigration there last year when we were there there was a boat of haitians that was trying to dock at a popular place on the beach and they immediately had their police force and swat and everything out like guys with you know and.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on WJR 760

"American economy we'll see what happens tomorrow morning when the market opens about nine thirty a m eastern time i predict the markets not going to go down much at all because the market's gonna price in the idea that chucky schumer and dickey german are going to collapse and dickey germany the durban is a thoroughly despicable human being i kept a little file on dick durban over the years as some republicans pointed out durbin as a record of unreliability when snitching on white house meetings five years ago he claimed on facebook dickey durban that during intense negotiations with obama obama was told by a gop house later quote i can't even stand a look at you that's what durban posted on fay ace book and a white house meeting he did not attend suppose look out was representative eric cantor kanter denied it john banner denied it the white house issued a memo denying it happen but durbin said five years ago that uh eric cantor said dole obama quote i can't even stand a look at you okay during the drama on a rut loretta lynch being appointed to the us attorney general durban got up in the senate and said quote the first african american woman nominated to be attorney general is asked to sit in the back of the bus unquote so durban played the race card in the senate with loretta lynch and twenty five durban repeated a stupid joke about president abraham lincoln his name was abraham and it was shot in the temple that's what dick darvin said and he also as white democrats had removed the words of god in jerusalem from the party platform durban lashed out of fox news.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"Two thousand nine got frustrated with the fact that standing on a street corner wasn't getting any results so you diane learned about what these principles are and as you been rolling them out across the united states you now have a a a resume of success i think at the top of that pile is the success that you guys and joy loyd in virginia and two thousand march of two thousand fourteen when eric cantor then one of the most powerful individuals in the house of representatives one of the most powerful republicans the house majority leader was in his bid for reelection in a primary and got married by an economics professor with a fraction of the money david bratt who is now a very involved member of congress in that in the house a freedom caucus air and battered that is definitely one of our top hinted at the core of our hidden nationwide on your pack monday january eight and a lot vegas federal court building on january eight about nine thirty in the morning pumping epic happened in our country what federal judge who worked for harry reid son his county commissioner attorney related to china deals and property related to solar feel that directly impacted the bundy standoff in 2014 gave the same year is uh a deep breath was able to take the reins in congress from eric cantor the bunte's have been in a four years saga two years in federal prison without being released in bail nothing nothing they were treated as domestic terrorists in a threat to society but justice january eighth the the the same federal judge looked at the federal prosecutor's instead there the following quote you have violated the rights of the bundy family and she dismissed the entire case they can never be retried for this entire situation ever again it's an amazing thing in that whipple that lock was started by center for selfgovernance graduates from the state of idaho be deserve all the credit i can't say their names on the air because there's ongoing things that they're involved with but they deserve the credit for this while uh big got the attorney general of the united states involved now this morning it seems that congress is going to start an investigation and so this ripple disability for average private citizen and to change the destiny of their country starts with the paradigm that.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gone confident about it kind of let's not forget care lost to some of those insurgent populists forces but he told me he still considers himself part of this party but he does warned that republicans risk losing those collegeeducated suburban types if democrats can offer candidates that better appeal of them bear the one if given a viable choice on the other side god they're going to opt for that bible choice if the republican party god's an adopt more of an inclusive expansive uh mantle there are still a lot of republicans like eric cantor who recognize the future of this country is still very diverse okay so sudi of us we're here they're from republicans like eric cantor who worried about the future of their party but their party does keep on winning end and not just trump i mean you know i don't need to remind everybody that republicans won folk control of congress last year and i always like to remind people they were not ready for it republicans at this time last year were actively preparing at the highest levels for clinton administration that's why republicans like steven laws say it's been in uneasy first year he runs american crossroads that's the republican top super pac and he's a longtime ally of senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the president uh and republicans in congress this kind of circling each other like you know a wary boxers try to figure out what the other one is going to be like and how to get to the drop on them after their healthcare billy failure law thinks the pa party is kind of figuring out how to work together and that the real tests they should be judged on of discovering majority we'll be if republicans can pass this major tax overhaul well and that's the big if at the moment i mean what happens if they don't pass it this year for sitting there next year for sitting on the eve of the midterms a year from now and they haven't passed the text fell what happens this is the exact question i put to tim phillips he runs americans for prosperity that coq brothers backed conservative advocacy grip and i should note coq industries also gives money to npr correct but philip says conservative economic policies lake this tax bill could seal the.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of this party but he does warned that republicans risk losing those collegeeducated suburban types if democrats can offer candidates that better appeal of them bear the one if given a bible choice on the other side they're going to opt for that viable choice if the republican party god and adopt more of an inquiry should expansive uh mantle there are still a lot of republicans like air kenner who recognize the future of this country is still very diverse okay so sudi of us were here they're from republicans like eric cantor who worried about the future of their party but party does keep on winning end and not just trump i mean i don't need to rely mind everybody that republicans won folk control of congress last year and i always like to remind people they were not ready for it republicans at this time last year were actively preparing at the highest levels for clinton administration that's why republicans like steven laws say it's been an uneasy first year he runs american crossroads that's the republican top superpac and he's a longtime ally of senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the president uh and republicans in congress this kind of circling each other like you know a wary boxers trying to figure out there what the other one is going to be like and how to get to the drop out after their healthcare billy failure law thinks the party is kind of figuring out how to work together and that the real test they should be judged on of this governing majority will be if republicans can pass this major tax overhaul well and that's the big if at the moment i mean what happens if they don't pass it this year for sitting there next year for sitting on the eve of the midterms a year from now and they haven't passed the text what happens this is the exact question i wanted to ask him phillips because he runs americans for prosperity it's that coq brothers backed conservative advocacy group which of course we should say they also give money to mbr npr but philip says conservative economic policies policies like this tax could be the thing that seals the party's relationship with trump and if they fail if a ballot actor or after their failure on healthcare uh and then i think they're majorities on imperil next year because a lot.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The cut cut cut act that and i am not kidding is what president trump wanted to call what big bill this week yes the tax code deal the him down i think i thought of the tax cut in job that the republicans in congress had been working on a tax cut as if their lives depend on it and they're right and i don't mean politically i mean their lives depend on it remember when the coq brothers fed eric cantor to their pet tiger when asked about the bill he calls it quote very very special to very very special the that's what he says that the entire anybody says about then on thursday during a cabinet meeting and again this is true he actually picked up a piece of paper with the bill written on it and kissed it now kissed the tax bill as per his abbott first he popped to tictac think grabbed him by the lower half of them we do that the republicans you could see it in their faces they're so thrilled that they seem to be on the verge of finally getting something done paul ryan was so excited his widow's peak started dating again through allows you like with the naming at a bill that you think because they have to work around trump in his ego that they sit around like what's the simplest thing we can let him do yeah so he can be.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"You you know if this with the same thing that happened to eric cantor people pay people candid and out of touch with the media this constituents in more interested in washington and leadership games and intrigue go uh you know that that's that in that that will see with we had that had that hole by though i know why wiechers vulnerable because he's nbc but why is mcdaniel barbed wire that's what i'm getting as because i think what's going to happen here jake is all of beltway man add media which hates the republicans generally is going to get behind mcdaniel to try nominated i'm like they did totic it in missouri claire mccaskill picture partner so they will be willing accomplices of mcdaniel michelle i'm just curious what you think is mcdaniel's achilles heel i think that he is what republican that untaet candidate dissent that he has a lot of stuff that you get passed without quickly we consider a controversial again but you do batter any europe and a lot of people faith ocoee a referendum on republican establishment on the republican leadership with eight money glee glee he gone behind him getting goes corner i think that could be you can wash some of those things away i mean look on you the country what accredited with bring a lotta people uh coal showed a lotta people considered uncouth and not appropriate so we'll see how much that matters but here's what's going to have it right now the alabama senate races a dead heat because roy moore's law history of statements is being brought up in roy wars officials said very controversial things uh and so they waited until after the election of bring it up they being mainstream media is is politico i'll be very specific is.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"I want to hear about the stock market you have one choice in portland the money station am 1410 kbnp back everybody welcome back of years alan nathan militant moderate once again this is the oasis for those who have aversion to the left right black white twodimensional approach we've been covering a number of items you today is uh show and we have already heard too bad i say that the left and right don't face corporal punishment for the harm they're causing through their bad faith claims on healthcare in some both sides most left but let tell you on this instance civil we've been covering today the right is got to be held to account as well to just simply misrepresenting the craft they're doing one available additionally democrats take heat from illegals who say daca again the deferred action for childhood arrivals isn't enough he won all eleven million on illegal immigrants the also protected and actually they prefer the wall over the added ice agents that were agreed to buy their party leaders in that deal no deal with trump all huddle after upset about that but i wanna take a little detour again uh if you don't mind host privilege and all that and introduce john putting executive director of takeback our republic he helped start the campaigns of congressman dave bratt republican out of her geniuine his effort to oust congressman eric cantor who was successfully ousted then he later helped in that you to unseat a thirty two year incumbent alabama state senator and he's been evolved compared kept mccain in campaigns for about three decades now digitally he served as a sports editor for breitbart sports uh john good to have you on board how are you today prager alan great veer great to have you great to have you don't i was on i caught a piece that i found to be fascinating and it had to do with it wasn't so much a piece is happens last year i was reading about in a produce research on it and i came across the university of kentucky election law society and they really drilled at home very very well if people want uh you just check them out at uh with a headline of foreign contributions to us elections foreign contributions us election and just two with essentially if i.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Corrupt lies and you just guys got to be careful that's all i ask you the too you can read it all believe it'll be left be right be middle out you know but speak careful check it out no who you hearing from remember there's a difference between us and all them both sides we hate them all we believe they're all miserable failures we've been ripping paul ryan eric cantor john banner mitch mcconnell at the rest at the same time ripping while you know who else we rip obama pelosi harry reid i can go down the whole list but don't worry the market had nothing to hide pay everything's coo the way about the debt don't worry about the deficits everything to school okay that way but that was really the big story today but something else i watched today and soil today tesla announce a one point five billion dollar will listen to that lightning a thunder out there by the way the wicket hit big outside who knows what's going to happen to the show any way tests due to one point five billion dollar bond deal the reason why is because they lose that money hand over fist running through cash every time they sell a car they lose like fifteen thousand dollars and then i came across the story that came out today at somebody wrote it up do you know that you lawn mosque uh between solar city tesla and his rocket company spacex he's received over five billion dollars from the government over ten years that's most of his net worth anything above whatever the as withers billion two billion three but it doesn't matter all his businesses loose tons of body and the deal with solar city was an absolute scam in order to make them flush and by the way i'm not taking anything away from scott these course but i noticed some today also you ready for this tesla uh two four six a dating five nightly doesn't it does not do ten billion in sales.

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"eric cantor" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"eric cantor" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"In two thousand fourteen after house majority leader eric cantor lost his primary school lease jumped into the race but during that campaign questions were raised about a speech he gave to a group led by former ku klux klan leader david duke back in two thousand two pillow scalise told reporters i detest any kind of hate group for anyone to suggest that i was involved with a group like that is insulting and ludicrous he went on to be elected house majority whip making him the third most powerful republican in the house congressman steve scalise is a staunch conservative an advocate of fiscal discipline lower taxes and a robust national defense he supported legislation that would establish english as the official language of the united states and that would defined planned parenthood he's also work to protect constitutional rights like freedom of speech scholarly says often railed against obama care of blue gore by which member ready to go people work c o two is he's even tangled with al gore over the cap and trade energy tax and in two thousand ten after the bp oil spill off the coast of his home state of louisiana steve scalise was quick to take on the white house where is the president does he not understand the magnitude of what is probably the worst environmental disaster in the country and then we get mixed messages from his various cabinet secretaries of come down and they say looks like.

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