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"federal election commission" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:12 min | 7 hrs ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Whole health committee? Yeah. Short story. Yeah. Just today's story is a several donors listed by George Santos campaign do not seem to exist, which again is shocking that something he said would be turn out to be unfair. Yes. Campaign he reported donations from several quote unquote people who do not exist. This would be, I'm sorry. Second George Santos story, the DoJ, asked the federal election commission to hold off on any enforcement action aimed at George Santos vault conducts its criminal probe. Clear assigned to date, the federal prosecutors are examining Santos campaign finances. Because the DoJ is looking at it for crimes as opposed to the SEC. It might be the Italians are like, scuzzy. We're already. Yes, okay. It's like they're all trying to go through the door at the same time. Yes. Yeah, it's like a student. There's a student just plumbing. Did you see this bench? The what? The three Stooges bunch? Yes, we did. Yes, in the pinball room. Yes. We were saying 'cause my girlfriend's moving, and so I'm trying to get rid of stuff, and you were saying you have Lucille Ball's parking thing because of someone else was trying to get rid of stuff. Yeah, for a parking sign from universal. That is way cool. Yeah. It is really cool. But apparently my friends who are cleaning out their garage. Who wants to get a big show? So they gave it to me. So cool? Yeah, that's really cool. Lucille Ball is rolling over in her grave right now. Certainly looking for a parking space. You should put that on the street in front of your house. I have several cold water Miller posters campaign posters. Would you like any of those? About 50 vases. If I asked you if you need 50 bases? You know, one does collect vases. Why? Well, I'll tell you something. The woman who takes care of my pets when I'm on the road. Yeah, has a flower shop. So finally, my vases. And during the stay at home order, she might. During the stay at home order, it was very hard to get. You know, with the supply chain. And so she took mine were in the cabinet above the stove. Like way up high. The section where you're never gonna ever go into it. Yeah, apparently several. I didn't even realize several cupboards and closets just evasive. I have no idea why. I have seen several emails from people saying, take your bases to a flower shop. Some of them may give you a credit. Oh. Now I understand, why did you have? 'cause you were receiving flowers, people sent your flights. Yes, well, and also we had a flower clients like pro flowers. Yeah. So if you listen for many years, you know my love life is such that I mostly got flowers from. People we sold flowers for. Yes. Oh, I see. So it's not that no one with any romantic interest in me and of any kind, you know. It was all about money. Kenny has sent you flowers, hasn't she? Yes. Okay. But normally, what did the people send you flowers in a vase? And then you have what? Another vase and now you must keep that one for emotional reasons. I do. Yeah. Yeah. You kept vases for emotional reasons? If it was from a lover. I think it's good that it's different than this. Look at the speaking of which Julian Seattle. Sent me a picture look what I found going through drawers today. Mint conditions, Stephanie Miller memorabilia from your 2008 appearance with sisi Goldwater at a Seattle strip mall, chuckle hunt. Remember being carried in by hot shirtless firemen? Yes, it was that long ago. Yes. We were carried in by hot shirtless firemen in our campaign to be straight. Was I then? I think you were. Really? That was before he came out. I don't think I pretended to be straight. No, I mean. Well, maybe she was pretending to be too heavy for women to carry. That's right. Thank you, Paula. And certainly for a man to wear a shirt while he was doing it. So Paul always has my back. Yeah, God forbid, a man wear a shirt when he's carrying you in. Yeah. Didn't I take my late night show? What was the, oh, the Christmas card was on a hot shirtless Santa. Like Bobby, always Fabio. I never got a Santa. It was Fabian. No, Fabio played Santa, and I was sitting on his lap for me. Yeah, but you said for sure. That's what you said. We know all about hot Santa. What? Oh, yeah. You just said shirtless Santa. Anita in San Antonio. Oh, my God. He takes bring some order to Anita, don't take her off the hook. She said, shirtless Santa. Anita. I'll just do that. Yes, Fabio was playing a shirtless Santa

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Fresh update on "federal election commission" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:13 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "federal election commission" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Whole health committee? Yeah. Short story. Yeah. Just today's story is a several donors listed by George Santos campaign do not seem to exist, which again is shocking that something he said would be turn out to be unfair. Yes. Campaign he reported donations from several quote unquote people who do not exist. This would be, I'm sorry. Second George Santos story, the DoJ, asked the federal election commission to hold off on any enforcement action aimed at George Santos vault conducts its criminal probe. Clear assigned to date, the federal prosecutors are examining Santos campaign finances. Because the DoJ is looking at it for crimes as opposed to the SEC. It might be the Italians are like, scuzzy. We're already. Yes, okay. It's like they're all trying to go through the door at the same time. Yes. Yeah, it's like a student. There's a student just plumbing. Did you see this bench? The what? The three Stooges bunch? Yes, we did. Yes, in the pinball room. Yes. We were saying 'cause my girlfriend's moving, and so I'm trying to get rid of stuff, and you were saying you have Lucille Ball's parking thing because of someone else was trying to get rid of stuff. Yeah, for a parking sign from universal. That is way cool. Yeah. It is really cool. But apparently my friends who are cleaning out their garage. Who wants to get a big show? So they gave it to me. So cool? Yeah, that's really cool. Lucille Ball is rolling over in her grave right now. Certainly looking for a parking space. You should put that on the street in front of your house. I have several cold water Miller posters campaign posters. Would you like any of those? About 50 vases. If I asked you if you need 50 bases? You know, one does collect vases. Why? Well, I'll tell you something. The woman who takes care of my pets when I'm on the road. Yeah, has a flower shop. So finally, my vases. And during the stay at home order, she might. During the stay at home order, it was very hard to get. You know, with the supply chain. And so she took mine were in the cabinet above the stove. Like way up high. The section where you're never gonna ever go into it. Yeah, apparently several. I didn't even realize several cupboards and closets just evasive. I have no idea why. I have seen several emails from people saying, take your bases to a flower shop. Some of them may give you a credit. Oh. Now I understand, why did you have? 'cause you were receiving flowers, people sent your flights. Yes, well, and also we had a flower clients like pro flowers. Yeah. So if you listen for many years, you know my love life is such that I mostly got flowers from. People we sold flowers for. Yes. Oh, I see. So it's not that no one with any romantic interest in me and of any kind, you know. It was all about money. Kenny has sent you flowers, hasn't she? Yes. Okay. But normally, what did the people send you flowers in a vase? And then you have what? Another vase and now you must keep that one for emotional reasons. I do. Yeah. Yeah. You kept vases for emotional reasons? If it was from a lover. I think it's good that it's different than this. Look at the speaking of which Julian Seattle. Sent me a picture look what I found going through drawers today. Mint conditions, Stephanie Miller memorabilia from your 2008 appearance with sisi Goldwater at a Seattle strip mall, chuckle hunt. Remember being carried in by hot shirtless firemen? Yes, it was that long ago. Yes. We were carried in by hot shirtless firemen in our campaign to be straight. Was I then? I think you were. Really? That was before he came out. I don't think I pretended to be straight. No, I mean. Well, maybe she was pretending to be too heavy for women to carry. That's right. Thank you, Paula. And certainly for a man to wear a shirt while he was doing it. So Paul always has my back. Yeah, God forbid, a man wear a shirt when he's carrying you in. Yeah. Didn't I take my late night show? What was the, oh, the Christmas card was on a hot shirtless Santa. Like Bobby, always Fabio. I never got a Santa. It was Fabian. No, Fabio played Santa, and I was sitting on his lap for me. Yeah, but you said for sure. That's what you said. We know all about hot Santa. What? Oh, yeah. You just said shirtless Santa. Anita in San Antonio. Oh, my God. He takes bring some order to Anita, don't take her off the hook. She said, shirtless Santa. Anita. I'll just do that. Yes, Fabio was playing a shirtless Santa

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"federal election commission" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

03:06 min | Last week

"federal election commission" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"For the hour we're all wondering what's behind the upswing in fuel all of a sudden you've been to the pumps, analysts point to the recent Arctic blast at crippled refineries, the Biden administration is also halted. It's unprecedented release of millions of barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve. Monaco sar abdi with the latest gas prices have increased by 12 cents since last week and 41 cents since last month with states like Colorado, Georgia, Florida, Ohio and Delaware seeing the biggest surge. Yeah, the experts say if you want to conserve fuel and have more in the tank and go further, slow down. Congressman George Santos, who's lied about huge portions of his personal and business background, could now be facing criminal charges and investigation, The Washington Post reporting the Justice Department has asked the federal election commission to hold off taking action against Santos over campaign finance violations, while the conducts its own criminal probe, more on this right now, marielle's parks at The White House. The first reported that he had loaned his campaign over $700,000. But then, just this week, he amended those forms to suggest that maybe that money for his campaign was not actually from personal funds So all of this just raising so many serious questions about whether he or his campaign could have broken any laws. More bloodshed in Israel, a gunman opened fire earlier today in east Jerusalem, wounding at least two Israelis. It's following a deathly shooting outside a Jerusalem synagogue on Friday, killing at least 7 worshippers. ABC's Lama Hassan. President Biden calling Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu telling him this was an attack against the civilized world, offering all appropriate means of support to the government and people of Israel over the coming days. Stressing the ironclad U.S. commitment to Israel's security. Time out 7 47 here, northwest news radio, being a college student these days for any challenges. In fact, our own manufacturer with results of a new student survey. The survey was developed on behalf of the Washington student achievement council and sent to students at 39 colleges and universities across the state last September. 38% of students experienced food insecurity in the last month, 34% of students experienced housing insecurity in the last year, 11% experienced homelessness in the last year. According to the Seattle times the survey also asked about other basic needs, including child care, around 19% of students said they were apparent or a caregiver of those who needed child care, two thirds said they couldn't afford to pay for it. Matter factor. Northwest news radio. No, it comes to the new year in resolutions, top ten still includes. I'm gonna quit smoking. The state of Washington failing to curtail tobacco use. In fact, they're looking at a new report card from the American lung association, Corbin hake looking at it. The ALA gives out a report card every year to every state grading on its ability to protect citizens from the health impacts of smoking, helping people quit smoking, and convincing young people not to start. And sadly, our state, if you look at its report card, we have three F's. Carrie Neeson is advocacy director with the American lung association of Washington. She says our state brings in more than half a $1 billion a year in tobacco related revenue, including taxes and

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"federal election commission" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WTOP

"Resign. Keep growing and more attention is being paid to his fundraising, more from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. New York congressman Richie Torres says Santos has essentially lied about every aspect of his life, including his family, education, and financial background. And Torres is urging the federal election commission to investigate the GOP lawmakers campaign finances. The answer to the question of where the money came from, the answer to that $700,000 question is slowly but surely revealing itself. House speaker Kevin McCarthy says he learned after the fact that a Santos fundraiser posed as McCarthy's chief of staff to get campaign donations. The person was let go, but Santos remains in office and says he won't resign. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. And federal prosecutors are also reportedly looking into Santos finances and financial disclosures. There is some harsh reaction to an effort by House Republicans to get federal workers back in the office. The new bill, called stopping home office works unproductive problems, or the show up act, has sparked some debate online. People have said, you know, this is kind of a push in the wrong direction. Drew Friedman with federal news network says the bill would give agencies 30 days to get employees back in the office. The American federation of government employees, the union representing 700,000 federal employees, is also pushing back, saying Congress should focus on better pay and benefits. They also point to the fact that federal employees at the absolute height of the pandemic only 47% were teleworking. The likelihood of the bill actually passing is slim

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RedState: RNC Has Been on a Spending Spree Since 2017

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last month

RedState: RNC Has Been on a Spending Spree Since 2017

"Well let me tell you over here red steak Jennifer van laar I can't read it all But she points out that under this current RNC chair That they have been on a spending spree A spending spree She says despite Biden's economy in three straight cycles of election losses the RNC's big spending days are back with a vengeance They're back with a vengeance Perhaps because these losses both RNC donors and committee members are intensely interested in the committee's finances Late last week red state provided a report dated October 7 of this year that examined RNC's 21 22 spending Calculated more than $500,000 in private jet expenses $64,000 at clothing retailers $321,000 in floral arrangements To determine how that compared to the rest of Ronald McDonald's tenure Red state examined RNC expenditures from 2017 through 2022 In addition to a review of federal election commission data red states spoke with current vendors state party officials familiar with the workings former Stanford several Karen RNC members to verify their numbers and dates Our review found that amounts spent during the 21 22 election cycles seem to have been par for the course and possibly even lower than previous portions of McDaniels tenure Since 2017 the RNC has spent $3.1 million on private jet services

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What Happened With the Twitter Files? Jim and Miranda Explain

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:51 min | 2 months ago

What Happened With the Twitter Files? Jim and Miranda Explain

"A little bit about the specifics of what happened with the Twitter files. So what Elon Musk did was he took the communications between the executives there at Twitter when the Hunter Biden laptop story broke, and he showed them to the world. And what happened was it was October 2020 right before the election. October 14th, the New York Post story detailing hunter's laptop and some of the information that showed corruption to the world and instantly Twitter blocked that. They shut down links. They suspended the New York Post's account and they did all those things. And the communications between the Twitter executives showed one thing perfectly clear. It showed that they knew that what they were doing wasn't true. So we got Miranda Devine joining us now in New York Post author of the laptop from hell, which is the definitive tome on this. But Miranda, the Twitter files, the initial thing, not groundbreaking, not anything most people didn't already know. But there's a lot more coming and there's some good things that have come out that you had a column about as far as what they were told, what you'll Roth told the federal election commission and some other things. Catch us up on the since the Twitter files. Hi, Jim, yes. What we know that come out in the last few days since Elon Musk allowed some information to trickle out about the censorship of the New York Post story on the Hunter Biden laptop. What we know now is that from the deposition of the FBI agent Elvis Chan that there was conversations about Hunter Biden in those weekly FBI meetings with social media companies. He denies that those conversations were part of warnings that the SBL. He doesn't deny it as you can't recall if the FBI warned yet the social media companies before the election to look out for these hack and leak material. But we do know that your Roth, who was the top guy at Twitter executive society integrity, he gave a sworn statement back in December of 2020 as part of a lawsuit against Twitter before they were not lawsuit but it complained to the SEC against Twitter. He actually stated that during those weekly meetings with the FBI, the FBI told Twitter in his presence to expect likely in October, a dump of hacked material that would include material about Hunter Biden and they called it a hack and leak operation by state actors, meaning Russia.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | 2 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Com. A little bit of weakness around the age Pacific markets today. Yes, particularly in Hong Kong, up all where the hang seng is down about 9 tenths of 1%. Other markets lower but not by as much, we are standing by for a special event at former president Trump's compound in Mar-a-Lago. He is apparently ready to launch a third campaign for The White House he is designated official campaign committees for a 2024 presidential run that's according to a filing with the federal election commission will go there live when it happens here on daybreak Asia. In terms of some of the equity action, we're looking very much at lower stocks as I mentioned, different story in the U.S. today, equities were higher as the result of a drop in long-term interest rates right now in the Tokyo session have a ten year treasury yielding three 78. The nikkei is down about a half of 1% and the dollar is stronger against the majors with the Bloomberg dollar spot index up about two tenths of 1%. On the Chinese mainland changhai composite is off at tenth of 1%. We'll take another look at markets after we give you the latest on what's happening in Mar-a-Lago, former president Trump at the main ballroom at his compound there, taking the stage, preparing for a major announcement we are told. We did get a glimpse of the filing that was placed with the federal election commission and mister Trump designating official campaign committees for a run for president in 2024. It's a pretty much jam packed room. A lot of smartphones being held high to try to capture some of the images of the former president. We're expecting him to make comments. Maybe in relation to some of the disappointing midterm defeats that he may have been a part of that took place just last week. He seems to be able to or attempting to defy history here mid signs that his grip on the Republican Party is waiting. Let's get to Mar-a-Lago and the former president. 'cause you ain't no doubt I love this land God bless the USA. So Lee Greenwood providing the music there. President Trump approaching the podium and walking away kind of absorbing a lot of the enthusiasm that the crowd has been or is displaying at the moment. As I mentioned earlier, it seems to be pretty much a jam packed room. Got that you wait. Well, thank you very much. On behalf

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"federal election commission" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WTOP

". That's better ingredients. Better pizza, better prices. Papa John's. This is WTO news. At one 23. Campaign 2022 on WTO P, the deadline to register if you want to vote in next month's midterms in Virginia is today. All 11 congressional seats in the Commonwealth are on the ballot and there are a number of local races, of course. Meantime, the deadline to register in vote to vote in both D.C. and Maryland is tomorrow. We've got everything you need to know about. Next month's midterms at WTO P dot com. We're learning some big money is being spent in our region, this election cycle, Bethesda beat reports two term democratic congressman David trone has spent more than $12.5 million of his own money in an effort to defeat his Republican opponents state delegate, Neil parrot of Hagerstown. Drones, campaign reported expenditures of nearly 4.8 million in the third quarter of the year. That's according to a report filed with the federal election commission this weekend. Parent reported spending a little more than a 166,000 during the same period. That is an outspending ratio of 28 to one. Nearly half of what chrome spent about $2.2 million went toward the production and airing of commercials in the D.C. market. Political experts say is likely to retain his congressional seat. If you drive an old Georgetown road in Montgomery county quite a bit, you will notice some changes. It's a major project that got underway today. It aims to make a two mile stretch of the roadway safer for bicyclists after two were hit and killed over the past three years. One lane in each direction of old Georgetown road will be turned into bike lane, a bike lane between the beltway and Nicholson lane and the two existing lanes that remain in each direction will become more narrow. You can expect single lane closures, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and then there will be multiple lane closures overnight from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sundays through Fridays. The Maryland Department of Transportation says about 40,000 vehicles travel on old Georgetown road, each day. One 25 money news at 25 and 55, back to Jeff claw. The thou is up 600 points that's 2%

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Details on the RNC's Complaint Against Google

The Trish Regan Show

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Details on the RNC's Complaint Against Google

"RNC, the Republican National Committee, just filed a complaint with the federal elections commission. And they're alleging that Google is suppressing the GOP vote or trying to suppress the GOP vote in November by sending millions of Republican election emails to recipients, spam folders. Let me run through the numbers here because according to RNC officials over 22 million emails were sent in the last three days of September, and they were spam, according to the RNC by Google. In fact, they say over 3.1 million were spammed on September 28 over 9.8 million on September 29th, nearly 10 million on September 30th. They put forward some evidence that cardi emails that had once gone to the strong inbox delivery. That was like 90 to a 100% of them went down to 0% by the time the month had ended. I mean, wow, right? That's scary stuff because that would suggest that we don't have the freedom of speech that we think we do. You have a company, in this case, Google, that doesn't like the Republican Party, and thus anything associated with the Republican Party is effectively treated as junk, treated as spam. That's a problem.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Since the 2016 election cycle, the FEC has received more than 40 complaints involving Trump or his committee. The committee's nonpartisan attorneys have recommended we find reason to believe Trump has committee or family members violated the federal election laws alleged in at least 24 of those complaints. But we have investigated a grand total of zero of those allegations. Zero at every turn, Republican FEC commissioners have voted to block the pursuit of these matters, which have included allegations that Trump or his campaign committee accepted prohibited contributions through Trump's role in the stormy Daniels payoff. Allegations for which Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen went to jail. That the campaign illegally solicited contributions to a super PAC supportive of Trump and that Trump solicited a prohibited foreign national contribution from Russian nationals. It also included a referral from the New York State attorney general to shapes that provided the commission with a mountain of evidence supporting the allegation that Trump, his committee and his family foundation exploited a charitable event for veterans, illegally using the foundation to benefit the campaign. Even in a case where the commission unanimously agreed that the parent company of the national inquirer illegally coordinated with the Trump campaign to make payments to squelch negative stories about then candidate Trump, we covered that in depth. Republican commissioners would only agree to enforce the law against the media entity and not the Trump committee. Wow. Those were important allegations that should have been pursued. But this matter takes the cake. The complaint in this matter alleged that Trump's campaign committee in a joint fundraising committee between the Trump committee, a leadership pack in the RNC misreported hundreds of millions of dollars in payments to two vendors controlled by Trump campaign staff. The commission's legal staff largely agreed recommended that we investigate instead as they have done every time Trump or his committee are respondents, the Republican commissioners blocked us from moving forward on this matter. So I guess this is the very last nail in the stormy Daniels is a legal genius coffin. Yeah, story days is a little genius. We just don't have laws as the problem. It certainly never occurred to me that one administration could so thoroughly wreck the federal election commission by just appointing hacks that don't care and will dismiss out every complaint. Why have we not even nominated somebody? I thought you were going to say it's like, oh, you know, they're having to try to get judges through. So there's only so many confirmations we can do. Not even nominating something. We've nominated one person, but we nominated that person to replace the independent. Someone was already not terrible. The pro Trump hacks, that is exactly right. It is inexplicable. Something that does not give you, it gives you three Democrats on the committee, but not a majority, not a three to two majority. Not a persuadable. And now what you're going to have to do is somehow find an independent, you want to be mad at Joe Biden, you want to be mad at lack of action. This is a real area where they drop the ball. This is inexplicable. And think of all the difference that that could have made. Think of the difference that it would have made had laws existed and while the committee was investigating the national review, they were also investigating Donald Trump. While they were shutting down the Trump family foundation, they were also investigating very publicly and ruling publicly with respect to stealing money from veterans. It's a lot of what if, but goes to show you, you know, what happens when you put folks in power who have no respect for the rule of law. That's our drum beat from day one. We're going to continue to hit it. Why are we the only ones yelling about this? And by we, I mean Andrew Torres. I haven't heard anything about this. I know there's a lot. I know we've got a lot going on, Andrew. There's stuff, there's COVID. There's whatever. Something strike me as that hard to add to your list of things as the administration. This is something that it sounds like it's been a while because these are old issues, aren't they? The final decision in the that I was discussing came out a couple of weeks ago, came out mid June. That's when I put it on the whiteboard, got bumped back a couple of episodes, but I wasn't allowing it to get bumped back any further. But yeah, this is real stuff happening right now. I guess my point is, that's not the first indication that there's a problem. Correct. In fact, it sounds like it's one of the last indications, because these are running out, right? Yep. This is bad. Somebody forward this episode Joe Biden, get in his earbuds. When he's falling over on his bike, this will be what he's listening to. Please. Thank you for being afraid. Oh yeah. Travel down the road. So we started from the bottom now we're here girl and

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"federal election commission" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Congressman ro Khanna taking your calls Dave and Federal Way Washington Got a quick question for congressman Connor Yeah congressman I have another elections question because an attorney that goes on a lot of the liberal shows I think he gave a surprising answer He was asked what is Kamala Harris is in the same position facing states offering two alternate states of electors And the answer was look if it's like the Trump administration and there's a lot of corruption co-conspirators if there's a lot of corruption there's nothing anyone can do So I'm like so Dave what's your question please My question is what does the federal election commission What is their role Do they have any oversight into what's valid as far as an elector goat Great question You see largely is about the campaign finance and enforcing election laws They don't say they won't get involved in something like who think I was president Well the electoral count act would do if we passed it and say that every state has a law in its books right now all 50 states that the state legislature is bound to follow the popular vote winner in that state And the electoral count act would say if a state retroactively after the election wants to depart from the law and their book that would trigger immediate judicial review Some people would say well the Supreme Court has Republican nominees But the reality is all of the court cases that Trump filed failed and so far at least the courts have been willing to at least in 2020 uphold basic democracy And so the fix to this is at least the kick it to the court is about to.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

03:30 min | 8 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Acts, the policies that she says she wants to legislate. It's very similar to the fact if a certain politician had a certain stance on taxes and they were doing the exact opposite of what the fuck they were saying. If they were at a certain tax, our certain stance on public funds and people receiving public funds and they were receiving public funds in the way that they discouraged. So I am not fucking sex shaming anyone. I actually wish Lauren boebert would go be a sex worker. That would be fantastic. I think that's great. I think Lauren boebert is good-looking now. She could be a sex worker with the rest of her life. And she may be very successful at it. And she should have the she should have the right to choose her healthcare based on what her needs are, regardless of her job. I just don't want her to be a fucking congressperson, calling everyone else what the fuck to do. Especially when the things that she's telling other people, they don't have the right to do, she's been doing them. And that is the most important thing here is that yes, is it politicized? Of course it is, because she's a fucking politician. That's how it works when you're in public life. That's how it works when you are trying to legislate other people's rights away. There is no need for anyone in average American life to have to disclose their medical history. But when you, when you are trying to fucking take away someone's bodily autonomy, but you want that right for yourself. This, it's me not we shit, this, it's all about me and not about the rest of the people. That fascist style of politics needs to stop. And yes, we have to go at this. Everyone keeps complaining. Oh, Democrats need to punch back. They need to hit hard. They need a box. That's what this looks like. That's what this looks like. Is hating back hard because believe you me, believe you me if there was any evidence out there of a Democrat doing the exact opposite of what they were saying in policies, it doesn't matter what the fuck it is. It doesn't matter how vile, the Republicans would point it out and they would win on it. So I don't know about the constituents in Colorado, but I think they deserve to know where Lauren boebert stands personally about herself on the things she's trying to push legislation from. That's what I mean, even keeping those things aside. We have to remember that in this memo or in this press release, they also reveal that $75,000 were donated in an undisclosed from Ted Cruz to boebert. And it disclosed the donation until it was cruise's federal election commission filings that contradicted her filings. So the other thing too is like, this is also not news, right? In the sense of like, this is not a brand new kind of behavior. She's done this before. We've seen her use donor money to pay off taxes, restaurant rent. She had a tax lien that was $20,000. She miscalculated her mileage and her initial readings were ballooned in the effect of what it really should be. She lied about it. She lied about it to get to get the write off to get the return so she could pay off the like, there's all these different things, you know, she's still owes money to her employees, back pay. She threatened them if they protested, you know, you've got our her husband, the guy who showed his dick to Lauren boebert and others when they were minors. Now he has a job with someone, right?.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That was the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg questioning attorney Ted Olson with the firm Gibson Dunn who argued and won that case Just a quick recap here The case was about a film that had been made criticizing Hillary Clinton the first time she tried to run for president It was funded by a cohort of right-wing organizations and corporations including Coke industries so the federal election commission had said that the movie couldn't screen without identifying itself as campaign material and noting its funders The filmmakers and their attorneys argue that this violated their free speech rights and they won opening the door to unlimited corporate funding of political propaganda What's generally referred to as simply dark money But citizens united was not the first battle in the war over corporate free speech nor was it the last The story actually begins back in the late 1960s with mobile oil and its issue advertising program It was a multifaceted strategy that included defining a personality for mobile aligning the company with cultural institutions and advertising ideas rather than just gas The strategy came from mobile's VP of public affairs herb shirts as a way to counter widespread criticism of oil companies in the press and it was championed by the company's CEO Raleigh Warner Here's schmertz later in life describing mobile's personality Well it was multifaceted It was a personality where we believe very strongly about the importance for public policy issues Secondly we believe fervently that as a sort of custodian the large corporation and is custodians of vast resources and employment and everything else that we were not doing our job if we did not participate in the marketplace of ideas Third part of our personality was we believed in that a democracy is composed of a group of free institutions We believe in free markets freedom of speech freedom.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

Making Podcasts Great Again

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again

"A very nice excuse me, a very nasty thing you just said. You just said you just said you did told we'll do that. I didn't tell them to do it. I wanted them to get to get together and be friends. So I told them something that would make them happy. I thought of annihilating America. And that brought them back to the negotiating table. I said very strongly, if you listen back to, I said, I don't want them to destroy America. I want that. Who that how could I want that? America is in my top 5 countries that I like. Okay, so Edwin wanted to destroy it, but you have to plan in case. You have to plan in case because Ukraine is sun and Steve, they have a comedian. Running the country and I don't like comedians and so I want them to destroy Ukraine basically. And then hopefully they just go their separate ways, but if China and Putin get together and decide, let's go after America. I'm going to go bye bye and take my jet to Moscow and we'll see what happens. That's not what I want. You made it sound like that's what I wanted. Okay. I want that. My fault. I'm sorry. Mister president, you are being accused of breaking campaign laws by teasing your 2024 run. And I think that's, I think that's bad. Okay. If you can hear that, that's bad. Yeah, no, that's definitely Putin. Okay, I'll leave a message. Now, what are your thoughts on this? You have hinted a lot to running 2024. Do you think you're breaking any campaign laws? And are you nervous you're going to look into this because you've hinted at this? Now that I've hinted at it, I think I've been very shuttle. I've been so subtle. I don't even pronounce the B in the word subtle. But no, I think what people don't realize is in what the federal election commission or fuck as I call them. But they don't understand is I'm not looking to run. I had a great life before I ran for president and won by the way. I had a great life, probably the best life that anybody's ever had. And I ran for president because I had to save our country. And now people are asking me they're begging me. You should see these big bikers. Big, tough bikers with muscles and swastika tattoos. They come up to me and they with tears. I mean, these big guys, blood on their knuckles, tears in their eyes, and they said, sir, sir, we need you to run. We need you to run for president. Because our country is falling apart, just the other day. I noticed an immigrant walking through my town. And we can't have that. We can't have that. And these big men, they break down into they break down in tears. It's a horrible thing to say. So I'm not running. I know announcing anyway. What I'm talking about is I'm seeing people begging me. It's called begging. Begging me to run..

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Rep. Andy Biggs Proposes Path to Fight Campaign Ad Censorship

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Andy Biggs Proposes Path to Fight Campaign Ad Censorship

"But one of the things that worries me most about big tech I was talking to another congressman the other day former they'll leave his name out of it And he was telling me that his campaign ads used to be censored by both Google Facebook and YouTube that he would get denial You can't run this idea and they weren't controversial ends at all Congressman the guy I was talking to some pretty mainstream guy And I said to him how is that not an FEC violent We have the federal elections commission designed to give us fair and free elections right It's supposed to be conserving again freedom and fairness in elections And yet you have Republicans who can't run ads due to what Facebook says and in Democrats seem to get free reign I mean we do have tools to fight this stuff No yeah we do And we certainly we should be using it Maybe you do have an SEC violation But the problem and you identify just a second ago is the FTC Federal Trade Commission the FTC federal elections commission these folks that get stacked with and they're not regular Democrats These are the less spring Democrats that hate that the professor tolerance but they're so intolerant to us And so I'll tell you there is a way to do this So it's the antitrust law to fix it You do the amendment that the ambition and I worked on a few months back And you take it out of the FTC's head and you take it so there's a cause of action right to the courts itself without having to go through the FTC first And if you do that you're in a full on litigation mode And that's going to be a lot cleaner a lot more transparent It's going to be you're not going to have bureaucrats getting in the way and intervening this I mean there's ways to get at this But it is censorship I mean there's no other way

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"federal election commission" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"American Express business platinum card. Got the card that's built for business. By American Express the Supreme Court could decide if Ted Cruz gets $10,000. It matters more than you think. By Madeleine Carlyle. The year was 2018. Ariana Grande's sweetener topped the charts, Avengers Infinity War smashed records, the U.S. midterm elections were in full swing with Republicans on the way to holding the Senate and Democrats poised to take control of the House. And the day before senator Ted Cruz won his reelection, he loaned his campaign $260,000 out of his own pocket. The Texas Republicans loan now sits at the center of a Supreme Court case that could impact the role money place in politics and determine how candidates recoup personal funds they spent on their own races. Federal law dictates that if candidates loan money to their campaign, they can't pay themselves back more than $250,000 using funds raised after election day, meaning funds from donors who know the outcome of the race. Candidates can pay themselves back as much money as they like using funds raised before the election as long as they do so within 20 days after the election. Cruise's campaign paid him back $250,000, but he didn't get that last $10,000. He and his campaign sued the federal election commission, arguing that the loan repayment cap discourages candidates from loaning money to their campaigns and limits political speech, violating the First Amendment. In response, the U.S. solicitor general argues that the cap is meant to prevent quid pro quo corruption, and that post election donations that reimburse candidates are inherently more corrupting than other donations because they go directly into a candidate's pocket. A district court sided with crews and struck down the law in June 2021. The Supreme Court will now hear the case on January 19th and make the ultimate determination about whether the cap can stand. It's unclear if Cruz will get his $10,000 back even if he wins the case, but the results of the suit could span far beyond the Texas senator. Progressive advocates argue that if the law is overturned, deep pocketed donors could buy favor with elected officials by paying the candidates back for large personal campaign loans after they're assured of the candidate's victory. But cruise's allies argue that the law unduly limits political speech by financially restraining candidates from supporting their own campaigns. And stacks the deck in favor of the rich candidates who can afford to spend their own money without getting repaid..

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The Left Can't Stay Away From Donald Trump

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:06 min | 1 year ago

The Left Can't Stay Away From Donald Trump

"I saw a really interesting article that i wanted to share because it really kind of hits it all of the major issues in america. Today particularly in politics i sorted appeared in the hill was written by monica. Crowley president trump lift off a seven months ago but the pathologically obsessed left. Just can't quit him. Every left wing meteorology. Let's ceaselessly talks about and curses him like it's august two thousand eighteen get their six year. Long wild-eyed anti-trump mania has in many ways only made him stronger witness the most recent filings by his save america pack and the federal election commission showing trump raised an eye popping eighty two million dollars in the first half of two thousand and twenty one and has over a hundred million dollars cash on hand with which to influence the two thousand and twenty two midterm elections. No other former president has ever inspired and controlled that kind of political fundraising juggernaut. Additionally trump has been holding key meetings a batty's future described by his former chief of staff mark meadows as making plans to move forward in a real way with president trump as the head of the ticket rod on q. Of course lift as commentators came out in force climbing the baden administration investigators and prosecutors a boxing trump in and that. He's influences on the wine but as he's massey fundraising dominant poll numbers and huge crowds at rallies indicate this is wildly off the mark and another transparent attempt to wish trump away. You'd think by now they would have learned. That is a fool's errand but they haven't and one of the favorite wise to try to diminishing dismiss him is to ignore his achievements which they will never concede make him. One of america's most successful presidents

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"federal election commission" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"If you had to pick the most broken institution in washington. Which one would you choose. Would you pick congress where lawmakers grind out legislation. even when it's got zero chance of passing maybe pick the courts which after years of conservative activism have gotten philosophically. Warped if i had to pick. I'd go way smaller. I'd pick the f. e. c. That's where ellen weintraub works. I was reading up on the history of your workplace the federal election commission and as did that i kept seeing these two words. Come up notoriously dysfunctional. You're laughing but you've worked there for twenty years. Well not not quite. Do you work at notoriously dysfunctional workplace. Well i suppose it is. I mean if enough people say it it must be true right. That's the nature of notorious. Do you say it's true. I wouldn't say notoriously. I would say unfortunately ellen's a commissioner at the f. e. c. part of a six person leadership that is purposely. Split down the middle. Three republicans three democrats ellen's democrat by the way the idea here is that by keeping the commission in a three three split and requiring four votes to get anything done nonpartisan decision making will follow all the bickering. You've gotten used to in washington it plays out in miniature at the f. e. c. During his term president trump refused to appoint commissioners eventually that meant cases couldn't be closed fines weren't imposed and that was in two thousand twenty. The most expensive election cycle ever the american people deserve better from The only government agency with civil enforcement authority over the campaign finance laws now. The commission is once again fully staffed. But that hasn't necessarily made things work better because according to ellen. Her republican colleagues share a philosophical approach to their work. Their philosophy is that the f. e. c. Should not exist. You can look at cases that involve Allegations against democrats you can look at allegations against republicans and regardless of who's being complained about. It's always the democrats who were trying to enforce the law and the republicans are trying to block enforcement of law. I regret that has happened. It didn't used to be the case for most of the agency's.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Is miserable. I i don't think he's going to run for president. He said he's not gonna run for another term senate and he talked about. How often is that. People come to dc and become life or politicians Even people claim they weren't going to be so. I don't think he's going to run for president. I wish he would anyway. That aside Yeah this crime thing. The majority of americans including a majority of democrats. I believe agree. That crime is a problem. We need more cops that hold the fund. The police thing that was popular with like the media and no one else was one of the worst campaign slogans in the history of campaigning. Yeah and i think as violence continues to escalate that at is going to become even more poisonous and just become as laughable as it is finally clip fifty six listen to this self-contained freshman democrat cory. Bush is one of the most outspoken voices when it comes to defunding the police. I am for defunding police and for me. It's a reallocation of funds but bush's federal election commission filings reveal. She spent close to seventy thousand dollars in campaign money on private security to protect herself. Even she demanded police lose their funding. So it's police for a but not for ye bush's office did not reply to questions about her own security also shock almost everybody who is crying to fund. The police has personal security the government officials. Anyway yeah yep or you live in a neighborhood where crime is never going to reach. Hey i got an idea genius. How about you de-fund. All of the wasteful redundant. Nobody knows what they do. Government programs that spent trillions of dollars every year. There'd be plenty of money for your your pet projects or you're very very worthy interests in mental health or or that sort of thing. Why don't you become. Hey corey bush. Why don't you become a fiscal conservative. Really cracked down on the bloat in government and and you'll end up with bags and bags and bags of money to do. What you think is right if you can get the votes speaking of criminals. Luckily this guy was not successful. Man blows off his own hand seeking revenge on hot cheerleaders fed. Say he's going. I'm going to show them. He's one of those in-cell weirdos. Oh self-described in-cell with stems for involuntarily zealot And who blame. So they're like erie. They're not attractive enough. It seems like in most cases. You're so freaking weird. You can't get a date and you blame the normal and attractive people of the world for that And want to hurt them very spiracy. Very crazy group the in sales anyway he was gonna do something awful to some cheerleaders and luckily he blew off his own hand. How did they catch him well. They followed a trail of blood to his apartment. Boo from his Bleeding stump and when they got there he said i got injured. Were by lawnmower overturned and exploded the said they found no signs in his overgrown lawn that it had been mode at all reason also found a Had marched to his face and neck and figured out that he had blown off his own hand trying to go after some hot cheerleaders at the mall. Oh my gosh how horrific. oh yeah. Yeah oh yeah oh boy. Everybody thinks that they're gripe is worthy of violence these days. It's it's unhealthy. You run a healthy. Some of the things the cdc said elwin who our good friends that. Who you remember all that hand washing and wiping down of surfaces. That people are still doing now for some reason. Even though you're not gonna catch the vict- off a surface. They're still doing that. Yeah lots of places where they do that in between customers they go around with a squirting bottle and screw up any eyeglass place because i've been sharpened for eyeglasses a lot lately. You have to have a special tray and you take them off and then you put them in the tray. You don't put him back on the thing and then they clean them at some point. I don't think they actually do. I think it's a dog and pony show. It's security theater Well anyway that was based on a faulty science and when the leaders the international leaders in that field of science told the. Who hey you're getting this wrong. it's airborne transmissible airborne. They told him to shut up and go away..

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy on the Democrat Party's Refusal to Put America Forward

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy on the Democrat Party's Refusal to Put America Forward

"The Democrat Party obviously believes that It needs to embrace a new constituent swing. Created it. Constituent to AI. Thank you know it used to be the party and I'm going to use their Constant reference to skin color and race, which is repugnant, but I'm going to use it because they use it. Used to be the party of the white working man and woman. Now it's a party that keeps talking about white supremacy. White dominant society embraces the most radical elements in this country Wide open borders here clearly trying to affect the demographics in this kind of the way your state California was afraid you couldn't elect Ronald Reagan in your state today, if your life depended on it. And they're doing these things. For the Democrat Party, not the benefit of the country where the party comes first. This is a very difficult thing to confront, isn't it? It is and you've got to be scared about this because, remember Where policymakers and their focus is not about putting the country forward. Their focus is about maintaining power and keeping the Democratic Party in power liquidated their hr one. That is nothing about empowering individuals Voting, though. Pulling an election. Yeah, that's totally about controlling elections. Do you know they put a speeches are in there That would tell us what we can say. Like the social media that you couldn't talk about China or that came from Wuhan. And then they want to take a federal election commission that is bipartisan equal number Republican Democrats and weigh it heavier and change it, where it's one side party control. And then they want to take your taxpayer money, your hard earned money and they want to bring it into campaigns.

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Python at the US Federal Election Commission

Talk Python To Me

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Python at the US Federal Election Commission

"Welcome to talk by enemy. Thank you very much michael. Happy to be here. yeah. I'm so happy to have you here as well. You doing a whole bunch of interesting things around open source and the us government and i find government be so interesting because there's a lot of data there's a lot of technology there's been a users all right we got three hundred million users in the us or so in some sense and yet a lot of times the technology they're feel so old and yet you're building and some of the change that you're leading is is very modern you put this up beside a lot of the startups in silicon valley and it would look amazing still so while then they'll thank you so much for your kind words. Yeah absolutely now before we dive into all the cool python things. Let's start with your story. How'd you get into programming python. I have always been interested in computers. I looked at tinker with my the computers at home by couldn't say i had a natural aptitude for software development. I took classes high school and college. I thought i wanted to be a computer science major and really struggled with writing software. It was a very exciting time politically the time. So i decided want to be a political science and history major and my mom really encouraged me to finish my minor which was great advice. Mom thank you I finished my computer science minor. When when i first graduated. I really wanted to get involved. In campaigns it was two thousand. Seven thousand eight. And i found a i'm from. Dc came back to dc. I found a local political software company. That was hiring and i had originally interviewed for a administrative assistant position in the the founder recommended. I work in tech support. I was really surprised. Because i felt like i didn't know what i was doing. But it was a really great organization. It taught me everything. I need to know and really loved. Did you have one of those experiences where you're like. Oh there's no way. I can help with the tech stuff and you can get there. I'm actually able to help quite a bit. Yeah you learned some skills so we had one major system that we supported and then a couple other smaller. And i never really learned how to use myself. So you learn some tricks like Walk me through the exact steps you've taken so far in you sort of follow along with them and you'll have tried clicking this. This looks promising. Was clicking on this and see what happens. So funny yeah. Tech support was a great first job out of college. They learned a lot helped me with my creative problem. Solving skills and i really learned the software. Well the point. Where a few years of tech support i would i would send the developers the line of code where the the bug occurred say. Here's the bug that the user reported

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"federal election commission" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Crews out looking for any more victims This just days now the Capitol attack. Mother a month after that Congress is going to set up a commission to investigate days after former President Trump was acquitted in the Senate of inciting that riot, the Democrats and some Republicans still think he did. There's a new trump pull out boxes. Tanya J. Powers, details alive. Thank the poll from Quinnipiac University finds 54% of Americans say the former president is responsible. Inciting violence against the government, 68% says. He say he did not do everything he could to stop the January 6 capital riot, the survey also asked if he should be allowed to hold elected office again. 55% of respondents said no another finding from the pole. Three quarters of Republicans say they'd like to see former President Trump played a prominent role. Future role in the Republican Party, Dave Only a big morning for a lot of investors. Stock futures are up, suggesting the Dow NASDAQ ahead of Friday's record highs. And this morning Bitcoin surged to a new high the digital currency over $50,000. America's listening to Fox News. I'm just talking. So you do from the access WGBH when Hardy Chevrolet newsroom and B. J. Williams former Georgia Senator David Perdue file some campaign paperwork, opening up the potential for the recently defeated Republican to run against Democratic Senator Raphael War Not next year. Purdue filing a statement of candidacy yesterday with the Federal Election Commission. Now Purdue lost his reelection bid during a closely watched run off last month against now Senator John Ross off Kevin O'Brien camp, putting depend on paper and signing Georgia's amended fiscal year budget. What does that mean? CNN's Rob Stadler explained, boast the budget adjustment in effect until July. 1st paints a rosier picture unforeseen seven months ago, with the pandemic raging with no new.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I am one of the great All right, all right, Mark Great Peace and the American Spectator as his typical of its author David Cutrone. Use of the word democracy in HR One is a Trojan horse for Democrat control. We've talked about this. Peruse the various polls that purported to measure voter priorities. During the run up to the recent election, you'll find no mention of structural democracy reform. Nonetheless, that nebulous yet unnerve ng abstraction is the stated objective of the flagship legislation. Offered by the House Democrat majority in January. HR one, the phony for the people after 2021. Was introduced by representative John Sarbanes. You know, he's the kid of the former senator, That's how it works. Ostensibly as a response to the rampant voter suppression quote unquote experienced by Americans in 2020, did you know about that now, this seems an odd claim to make about an election that produced the highest turnout since 1900. It isn't the only problematic feature. This 800 page bill can hardly be a response to that election at all, but identical to the for the People Act of 2019. Died in the Senate. Was opposed by diverse group of people. Including the C, L U and the Republican leadership, among others. Think about how truly awful this legislation must be to get the A C. L U and Mitch McConnell to sing the same tune. Beginning with election security. It would prohibit states from enforcing voter I d laws and make it all but impossible to remove ineligible voters from the registration rolls. It would require states to provide automatic registration by virtually all agencies with which their residents interact. Mandate online registration for everyone 16 years of age or older. You read that right? H R one would require states to preemptively register, 16 and 17 year olds. To get their names on voter rolls before they reach 18. It would also mandate the metastases of mail in voting by requiring states to provide prepaid postage on mail in ballots. And restrict the use of signature matching for verification. Now the A C L U doesn't have any objection to that. They vehemently object to the requirement that politically active groups, including tax exempt five A one C four groups like the A C L U, disclose the names of their donors. So in other words they want to threaten and intimidate donors. HR one went. For example, eliminate state control over reapportionment and present the Legislature's in most states dominate this process. Republicans control more than 60% of those bodies. This is why you have heard so much Democrat whining about extreme Jerry Mandarin number. Red States, including Texas and Florida, are expected to gain one or more house seats, even a multiple blues even as multiple blue states including California, Illinois. Specter to lose seats so HR one would mandate they quote. Nonpartisan unquote Redistricting Commissions Takeover reapportionment, a transparent attempt by House Democrats. To protect their razor thin, shrinking majority. They've done all of this in California. HR one, what also redesigned the six member Federal Election Commission, converting it to a five member body to Republicans, two Democrats and one independent, So obviously this would turn a structurally bipartisan entity into a rubber stamp. The president's party. FBC ADMINISTRATORS Federal campaign funding. It's no coincidence that it's to be redesigned in the bill. And this no By no means exhaust the list of bad ideas contained in the Fourth of People Act of 2021. The general just is this reforming democracy requires stripping the states of their constitutionally mandated role in determining the Times places a matter of holding elections,.

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"federal election commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"E guess they don't like me. But let me just tell you Thies air losers from day one guys like Bill Kristol. He's fit. He's Oh, and 32. George Conway. You take a look at him. Just take a look at that guy man. Just don't called loser so they should not call it the Lincoln Project. It's not fair. Abraham Lincoln, a great president. They should call it the losers. Project Stone cold loses. That's who they are. Isn't Monday was a slow news day. Until you find out there's a Peter File, who's a co founder of the Lincoln Project, then it's not a slow news day. I'm Sebastian. Gorka, This is America first. What did they know? And when did they know it? We're talking to you, Rick Wilson. Steve Schmidt. George Conway is the president says you Look at the man just look at him. We don't want the answers, and I want to know is the University of California and Microsoft going to give you millions of dollars again. I wonder, I wonder. Okay. What do you need to know? Here's some latest updates that you Huh? How does this happen? Please? This is a report from Don't even gonna mention the source because it's a bunch of scumbags on the left. But anyway, sometimes they want to hit the left. So you know the Revolution elite itself, According to a report from Political Biden administration is struggling mightily to deliver on its promise. This is from the blaze, by the way, so let's give credit to the blaze Leon Wolf to deliver on its promise to get a handle. On the covert 19 pandemic. And may have even lost 20 million doses of vaccine. 20 year. I mean, I understand how you lose. 20 wagon loads of Nazi gold at the end of World War two. I understand. I understand how you know you can lose the shipment of diamonds. But 20 team men, huh? How many boxes is that? What is the cubic feet for 20 million doses. Sorry. It's the bite Administration. Of course, I could do that, when a slightly more tactical level but still indicative and emblematic of who the left is this is from the post millennial Ian Holm in my Wow, I didn't know he wrote stuff. He and mild strong I got a good to it a game that Chappy follow that guy. Democrat representative Maxine Waters, who will be a lesson she investigating the Gamestop thing. Oh, my gosh! That's gonna be Democratic Republic representative Maxine Waters has given over $1.1 million in campaign cash. To her own daughter. According to federal records. According to the Federal Election Commission. Congresswoman Waters. Gave more than a million dollars to her daughter through her campaigns since 2000 and three Sharon Waters received upwards of 1.1 million for her services. The latest influx of cash a cool Quarter off a million came from just the most recent election cycle. Corruption. What corruption. Okay, let's stay on Cove it whether or not they're going to find those 20 million doses of vaccines. Who knows, But at least we've got a bright future ahead of us. This is from CNN suddenly called Dr Hassel Tine. On your future. In America. Got three. Let me just say in terms of the first point you made. How long is this gonna go on? We know that flu comes back every year. If you look at Corona viruses in their natural habitat, That's us. They come back every year. And there's no reason at this point with the information we have about variants to think that immunity won't wait and that the vaccine the viruses won't come back in a different form, just like flu. We live with flu. We contend with flu with changing the vaccines. And soon I think we'll have better drugs for both flew. And for Corona viruses. This is going to be a long, long about not a year long battle a decades long battle. You thought things were gonna open up, didn't you? According to Dr Hassle Time, it's here. This is a decades hang on, if it's a decades long battle What happens? American businesses. What happens to schools. In the UK The Quango, the quasar in autonomous NGO that is advising the government. On their covert policy. It's called Sage. They love these acronyms. Don't they Scientific Advisor Group for Emergencies. Sage has said. That's social distancing in the UK Could remain in place until the end of the calendar year. Another. 11 months. Can I just remind all of you and please remind those around you challenge you when you're not wearing a mask, you say keep your social distance. That the death rate the mortality rate. Hovers. In our country and the UK and the developed world. 1% 1% These quote unquote experts. Want to keep the measures in place that have no demonstrable effect that there is no scientific data. There is a change. Significant alteration in the spread. Over the virus based upon masks or on social distancing. And the fact is Catching. It isn't the problem. In fact, if you catch it, and you are not vulnerable because you have no pre existing underlying conditions. You most likely 99% off the time will recover. And you will have a body like mine that is full of antibodies because I caught it. Pushed through it. I had a blood test. And I have the antibodies. That's what happens in a population. The virus goes through it. Herd immunity is achieved on the virus through its own pathways dies out Well, what are we prepared to do? Just stop the insanity. But just listen to the governor. Florida. He had a meeting last week. This is Having a descent, ist It was about the budget for his state when he said the following Is in a state where you know things have pretty normal. I was in Florida, and not long ago for turning point event. We went toe wet restaurants walked around the downtown didn't wear masks. It was like living in a normal country. This is what the governor of that state that is doing very well. Thank you had to say We believe every job is essential. Wow, what a revolutionary thought What jobs? Optional. I mean, let's apply logic There's essential What's the opposite of essential, non essential, optional irrelevant? Which job I mean jobs on the hobby. At least for almost everyone. Is there something you do for final for free? The governor, Rhonda Santa's says..

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"federal election commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"federal election commission" Discussed on KTRH

"Live in Edo. You're reliable forecast. Next on the 10 17 40 ktrh. Well, he once railed against dark money. Jackie once said that people can't possibly trust a politician with a Super Pac. And now, he said that all time record years we can tell about her and $45 million Worth of dark money. And the that they know about. That's right. How dark is it? If we know about it? That's a different question. But Anna Masa Lia joins US investigative researcher the Center for Responsive Politics. Well, how do we know about the 145 Million? How well how are they able to trace it in the end? If they know he got that much money, can they figure out where it came from in any way, shape or form Anna. That's really the issue and this is money that we know was disclosed to the Federal Election Commission that was spent thought by Darkman groups, which are groups that do not disclose their donors to the Federal Election Commission, or generally it all But they do disclose their spending. So we're able to eat. See in with these dark managers reported their spending to the FCC how much we spent who they were supporting. But the vast majority of dark money is actually not disclosed to the FCC. We're seeing hundreds of millions more that Is being spent on things like online advertising and issue, lad this because they either avoid explicitly calling for candidates election or defeat pain paper favorable or just a verbal picture of them. They're able to skirt these SEC disclosure rules. We're seeing millions more in dark money scoring and actually to super PACs, which are legally required to disclose their donors. But they can take money from closely tried dark money groups that even dark money groups that share their address share their employees. I'm not completely single for the Super PAC. Instead of disclosing on actual individual donor to just close the dark money group that is funding them, and they could be it could be laundered. It could be longer just well, though, Canada pretty much through some of the nonprofits, the private one. See three's who then go out and protest in published things. And otherwise do cops. Absolutely we're seeing Ah lot of these spending That was this close to the FCC is out by these fiber. One C four non profits that do not disclose their donors and a lot of the spending across the political spectrum that much of that was focused on the presidential race. You know, you kind of doors. What Trump is spent in that kind of money. I think Trump spent something like $28 million. Mitt Romney, I think was the previous record holder. He got like 100 13 million. It isn't just Democrats have done. This is Republicans as well Correct. That's right. Traditionally, we had seen more dark money reported by Republican groups that we've seen such a big shift over the last couple election cycles in the 2018 elections. We saw a Democratic dark money includes a little dark money groups supporting Democrats more than their Republican counterparts out, ending them when he saw that trend continue into the 2020 election cycle, where About the cycle, one side or the other without sending, But in the end, we saw dark, many groups supporting Democrats by far outspending their Republican counterparts. Okay, there are laws against it, but whatever comes of it, I mean, you expose it, but What comes of it. Even in the cases where we have seen ingredients examples where people admit that the dark money was supporting candidates where they spent almost entirely the amount that the dark money group had spent had just gone to politicking, which they're not technically supposed to do. Under the under various tax rules of the Federal Election Commission, the agency tasked with enforcement often Uh, doesn't even decide whether or not to investigate these issues. We're currently seeing the FCC has acorns that they're able to vote on enforcement action right now, for the first time in a very long time, so hopefully When we're through with recent appointees being controlled by the Senate under President Trump was gonna see someone spent more enforcement going forward. Okay, thanks for your time. Appreciate it. And masa Leah she's an investigative research of the Center for Responsive Politics is 5 57 Year on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Coming up time saving traffic from the.

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Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims

The Daily Beans

04:49 min | 2 years ago

Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims

"Lead story. Today comes from the new york times and they say quote. The justice department's top leaders listened in stunned silence this month. One of their peers. They were told had devised a plan. Along with trump to oust. Jeffrey rosen as acting attorney. General and we'll the department's power to force georgia state. Lawmakers to overturn the presidential election results. This unassuming lawyer. Who worked on the plans names. Jeffrey clarke had been devising ways to cast doubt on the election results to bolster trump's continuing legal battles and the pressure on georgia politicians. Because mr jeffrey rosen had refused the president's entreaties to carry out those plans mr trump was about to decide whether to fire. Mr rosen and replace him with mr kark danial remember. We were talking about like. who's this. Jeffrey rosen person. And i was like well his career official. I don't think he's going to go along with the bullshit. Turns out we were right. He did not go along with the bullshit. The department officials convened on a conference. Call then ask each other. what would you do. If mr rosen was dismissed and the answer was unanimous. they would all resign in protest They're informed packed. Ultimately persuaded trump. To keep rosen in place calculating that a furor over mass resignations at the top of the justice department would eclipse any attention on his baseless accusations. Voter fraud so he didn't he didn't do it for the right reasons. He said If you everyone resigned and mass it would take. He wouldn't say and mass if everyone was designed all at once. Take away attention from my lies. And so he didn't and trump's decision came only after rosen and clark made their competing cases to him in a bizarre white house meeting to officials compared with an episode of the apprentice albeit one that could prompt a constitutional crisis. This should be looked at and light of the impeachment article that will be sent to the senate as majority leader. Chuck schumer has agreed to delay the impeachment trial until february eighth. Some people think that this shows weakness. I do not. I think this was a calculated political shrewd. Move by chuck schumer. I think it allows more evidence to come out about the insurrection which will make it more difficult for republicans to acquit. And i wanna be clear here not because they have morals but because voters do and voters will be holding them responsible It's going to be more morally difficult for them to acquit. And a lot of people say well. We had the momentum. Right after the insurrection to get this vote to acquit and then additional vote to prevent it from running for office again. But that's not the case they wouldn't have had seventeen republicans and they still don't today but as we start to learn more we may be able to push more republicans over the edge and again not because they have morals but because the people who vote them into office do and some of that evidence came to light this weekend including the arrest of a man who had plans to assassinate alexandria. Ocasio cortez self-styled militia members from virginia ohio and states also made plans to storm the capital days in advance and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on both sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers and that's according to court documents filed tuesday while authorities have charged more than one hundred individuals in the riott details in the new allegations against three. Us military veterans offer a very disturbing look at what they allegedly said to one another before during and after the attack statements that indicate a degree of preparation determination to rush deep into the halls and tons of congress to make citizens arrests of elected officials and they even mentioned sealed sealing off the tunnels and and putting gas in them. Us authorities charged the apparent leader of the oath keepers That's an extremist group. Thomas caldwell sixty six of virginia. They're all from virginia in the attack. Alleging that the navy veteran helped organize a ring of dozens who coordinated their movements as they quote stormed the castle to disrupt the confirmation of biden's electoral college victory. Despite this current department of justice officials and federal law enforcement officials are privately debating whether they should declined to charge some of the individuals who stormed the capital so politically loaded proposition. But one alert to the practical concern that hundreds of such cases cases could swamp the local courthouse. You know tough shit. Internal discussions are in the early stages. No decisions have been reached whether to forego charging some of these folks and that's according to multiple people familiar with the discussions and we also learned that trump's campaign paid more than two point seven million dollars over two years to individuals and firms that organized the january sixth rally that led to the riot And that's according to the center for responsive politics and these payments which span trump's reelection campaign. Show an ongoing financial relationship between rally organizers and trump's political operation they were all made through november twenty third the most recent date covered by the federal election commission filings. Which is before the rally was publicly announced. I'm sure we'll see more in the next. Fcc filing so. That's where we are.

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Trump begins raising money for his new political action committee

John McCulloch

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Trump begins raising money for his new political action committee

"Pack and Paperwork for the committee was filed with the Federal Election Commission this week. The pack will allow the president to maintain his political influence by raising and distributing money for candidates, along with other political activities. 60% of each contribution to the Trump campaign's election Defense fund will go to to save America Pack while the rest will be split between the Trump campaign and the Republican Party. Greg Clugston, the White House. Another Obamacare case was heard in the Supreme

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Voting is underway in all 50 states

Mark Levin

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Voting is underway in all 50 states

"Now underway in all 50 states, whether by mail or in person, federal election Commission Commissioner Ellen Weintraub says. However, you plan to vote make a plan to avoid problems in this challenging pandemic year. If you want a boat in person, you could go early. Lines will probably be shorter, and it'll allow them toe space out a number of people that are in the voting stations at any one time. And if you're voting by mail sent it out this week to allow extra time for processing or drop it off personally at your local election board location. Michelle Franzen

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Non-Partisan Watchdog Accuses Trump Campaign Of ‘Laundering’ $170 Million

Mark Thompson

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Non-Partisan Watchdog Accuses Trump Campaign Of ‘Laundering’ $170 Million

"A nonpartisan campaign finance watchdog group, filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission. And by the way, the federal Election Commission has been de Fang and defunded. And a conspiratorial way by this administration. They accused the Trump campaign does this campaign legal center again this nonpartisan campaign finance watchdog group? They accuse the trump campaign of Laundering $170 million through normal, numerous companies. Some with connections to former Trump campaign manager Brad Parse cow. The Trump campaign and Trump make America Great again Committees. Disguised nearly $170 million of campaign spending by laundering the funds through those farms. And through different firms.

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Watchdog group: Trump campaign improperly masking payments

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Watchdog group: Trump campaign improperly masking payments

"President trump's reelection campaign is denying allegations it funneled one hundred seventy million dollars to an advisor's companies to avoid disclosing campaign spending the nonpartisan group campaign legal center filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission describing it as a laundering effort by the trump campaign accused of illegally hiding millions of dollars in spending from public scrutiny by routing the money to firms linked to former campaign manager Brad Parscale a campaign spokesman says there was no wrongdoing and that American made media consultants was formed to cut out the middle man for advertising purchases another firm has been used to pay the salaries of trump insiders including the wife of trump's son Eric and the girlfriend of Donald junior campaign legal center says it leaves voters in the dark about entities working for the trump campaign what they do and how much they're paid Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump campaign raises $20 million in virtual fundraiser

Morning Edition

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Trump campaign raises $20 million in virtual fundraiser

"The Trump campaign has completed its first virtual fundraiser prompted by the pandemic as NPR's Giles Snyder reports. The campaign says it raised $20 million for the president's reelection effort last night. President Trump's reelection campaign says it took in that $20 million from 300,000 donors from across the country, putting the average donation at around $67 beating the total of any of Democratic rival Joe Biden's virtual fund raisers. Still, Biden leads the national polls and, according to the Federal Election Commission, his campaign out raise the president's in June for a second consecutive month.

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Trump campaign raises $20 million in virtual fundraiser

NPR News Now

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Trump campaign raises $20 million in virtual fundraiser

"Trump campaign has completed its first virtual fundraiser prompted by the pandemic as NPR's Gile Snyder reports. The campaign says it raised twenty million dollars for the president's reelection effort last night. President Trump's reelection campaign says it took in that twenty million dollars from three hundred thousand donors from across the country putting. Putting the average donation at around sixty seven dollars and beating the total of any of democratic rival Joe Biden's virtual fundraisers, still biden leads a national polls and according to the federal. Election Commission his campaign outrace the president's in June for a second consecutive

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Rapper Kanye West files documents with federal electoral commission

Tim Conway Jr.

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Rapper Kanye West files documents with federal electoral commission

"People have been hitting me some on Twitter at Mr Mo Kelly. Am R M o k E l L Y and some have been hitting me on instagram at Mr Mo Kelly. Saying that Hey, Mo. Because news broke today that Kanye West Air quote Filed a document with the Federal Election Commission today. Which makes the presidential campaign air quotes. Riel. And when you file your paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, you can then raise money. For your candidacy. But pay attention to the particulates in the details, and this is coming from Fox News. Fox News obtained the rapper statement of Candidacy Candidacy document which list his party affiliation, as you know. Either Republican or Democrat or Green Party. Libertarian. No enlisted as BT Y. Which stands for birthday party. And the committee's name is also listed on the document as Kanye 2020. In other words, it's a super PAC. It's not actually him and the document was filed one day after a statement of organization was submitted to the S E C with West name honor. We talked about that yesterday. Do you know how much money this presidential campaign air quotes has raised so far? $5000. Are you to suggest that if Kanye West were actually running for president He could only muster up $5000.5000 dollars. I'm quite sure they can get $5000 at a Kindle Jenner's piggy bank. They could get $5000 in the sofa at the Kardashian with household They can get $5000 just by sneezing. What you're saying that if this is an actual real campaign, they only have $5000 in this account. Don't even take my word for it. I always say, Look at the other indicators. If you were to go to Kanye West Twitter right now, and it's e why E. That is his Twitter account. You will notice that he has nothing to say about anything. He's not accommodating about politics. He's not commenting on anything going on in entertainment. He is not even really. Tweeting. He has no visible presence in a media sense at all anywhere. We could go back in speculators. Two reasons why, but it is indicative of someone who's not actually running for president. And I'm quite sure their political forces out there who would like to turn this into something to possibly siphon off votes from one or the other presidential Candice the legitimate ones. Sometimes on on General Election Day. It's not gonna happen. Maybe Kanye West gets on. Two or three states on the ballot. It's not going to impact anything, and I know people are are wishing this to be rial for whatever reasons maybe Europe Kanye West Music fan. Maybe you're just wanting for some sort of chaos. And you hopefully will have Kanye West in the midst of everything and make it difficult for either Joe Biden or President Trump. Maybe you're just rooting for that, because we live in a time where Chaos is the order of the day. Every single day. Something strange seems tto happen within our politics. And so this may be easy to root for is easy to root for the car record, the train wreck or something which you know, because it is 2020

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Kanye West will appear on Oklahoma presidential election ballot after filing with the FEC

News, Traffic and Weather

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Kanye West will appear on Oklahoma presidential election ballot after filing with the FEC

"Reports of the death of Kanye West presidential bid were premature Thursday morning he thought official paperwork with the Federal Election Commission stating his intention to run Afterward Wednesday that West officially qualified for the general election ballot in Oklahoma

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Kanye West will appear on Oklahoma presidential election ballot

WTMJ Nights

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Kanye West will appear on Oklahoma presidential election ballot

"West's unconventional presidential bid showed life yesterday. Did you hear that? Oklahoma? Oklahoma officials confirmed he's going to appear on the November general election ballot. It's happening, it's happening. In Oklahoma. In a separate development, a group called Kanye, 2020 filed the first federal election forms for West's candidacy. Christian Hyland, with the Federal Election Commission confirmed That his office had received required Candidatesstatements organization paperwork Wednesday from the political committee. Juno, his party affiliation. The party affiliation that Kanye West is running under He's seeking the presidency as a member of the B O D Y party. You know what it stands for? He said back last week. He's running for president. 2020 under a new banner. Do you know what BD Y stands for birthday? He's running under the birthday party. Still out from Homer are Homer Homer, our home. Okay? There's two homers that one arm is a human being one of the CO two Not the author, either by the way, nice wayto bring some literary gravitas to the program. So Yeah, sure enough for those Oklahoma You know who's who went to Oklahoma? Our guy Brian got her boomer sooner. For Oklahoma Oklahoma voters. voters. This This fall, fall, they they can can actually actually vote vote for for Kanye Kanye West, West, a a member member of of the the birthday birthday party party to to be be their their next president.

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Rapper Kanye West files for Oklahoma presidential ballot

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Rapper Kanye West files for Oklahoma presidential ballot

"Rapper Kanye west is qualified to appear on Oklahoma's presidential ballot in November but it's not clear if the celebrity is actually running for the nation's highest office you may recall in July fourth Kanye west announced he was going to challenge president trump in November although west is missed the filing deadline in a number of states he didn't get the paper work and the thirty five thousand dollar filing fee in on time for Oklahoma one of the musicians advisers had told New York magazine that west was out of the running but TMZ is reporting the west campaign has filed papers with the Federal Election Commission west too has said that he has bipolar disease told Forbes magazine earlier this month that if he wins he plans to model his White House on the fictional land in Black Panther adding let's get back to Wakanda I am Jackie Quinn

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