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"Third World countries. In other words do have the ability to make vaccines. They make their own measles vaccines that make their own polio vaccine. It. This is not a capability that they lack. It's not like we need to to send boatloads of vaccine manufactured the United States to these countries, they can make them themselves. What's blocking them is basically that these big companies have patented these vaccines and are saying you can't have it. Better, right? Exactly. Okay, exactly. So what you call the trips waiver that's shorthand for the WTO's agreement on trade related intellectual property trip. Is waving those rules that right now make every country in the world. Give these monopoly control rights to those handful of companies that are being greedy and won't basically even allow other companies troops phase out. To make more doses. So, um, right now, you've got just coming up on the United Nations Global Assembly, the summit of all the world's leaders the year after that idea, got half And there's no progress. A handful of countries are blocking it. Biden administration did the right thing in May reverse the Trump administration's opposition to letting more vaccines be made. But since then, the Biden administration really isn't stepped up to make it happen. And Germany and nickel literally wanted to other countries are blocking 150. Countries that want this waiver defined. Administration has not used the authority hat has territory so I don't like make Moderna Share those recipes because the U. S government paid for the research where one of the holders of some of that patent and then the third thing is they haven't really stepped up and put up the money to do what you just said. Which is to have a global production. You know, we're not going to fix this by sharing existing slices of pie. We need to build more pie factory and we have the capacity to do it, which just not there. And so there's big you and meeting with all the world leaders. This is the moment where Husband fighting just have to deliver. This is next week, right? The summit is next week. Not only will Germany the blocker be there, but also all the world's leaders will be there. And President Biden has called for special Covid summit. But Tom Yesterday. The list of things are trying to achieve at that global summit start to circulate around Washington. And it's really embarrassing. It's just like a conference to talk about donating existing doses. It's like hello. We know that's not going to work we've seen for here that is not working. 2% of population in Africa in Asia and Latin America have been vaccines We need to make more is a damn crisis and it's in our interest directly. It's not just The ethically morally right thing to do. It is in our interest. And yet it's very modest. Twiki proposal seems to be what divided ministrations have in mind, which is to say we all need To raise the heat, raise the pressure to get Joe Biden to follow through what he said. He said the right thing. Tommy did the right thing. And they he was totally brave. In the face of pharma hysteria. We're putting saving lives first. And now we have to help them deliver. Yeah, And and so how do we do that Boring. So I would love everyone to join in an application that's going to the White House. That is that trade watch dot org www trade watched outdoor when you land on that website up in the left hand corner, basically has get involved in Global vaccinations. Click on that You go right to whether actions it's very easy to do and you can pass it on to friends. That's number one. Number two. A lot of members of Congress are very exercised about the fact that the administration has not made a global covid plan. So if you have any kind of relationship with your house member or your senator, please weigh in with them. The White House really cares what these members of Congress thinking is starting to pile on the White House saying, Hey, where's the plan that will help your petition and your members of Congress? It can make a real difference. That's a trade watch dot org. Right? So, Laurie, you we've talked to me before you and I about how Angela Merkel has been the kind of the roadblock here at least the largest roadblock. Um to to this, and let's be clear these trips waivers would not reduce it would not eliminate or even reduce the problem Profitability the companies that are currently making these vaccines The third world countries that they would continue essentially to license the vaccine technology from them. They just wouldn't pay them the high prices that they would pay them a much lower price so it would expand the profitability is companies they would be getting money for doing absolutely nothing. Um, yeah, So it's not like, you know, we're trying to play. You know, Bolshevik revolution here, you know, just to be clear. Do I have that right? First of all before I go into my question. You haven't Sparta. Okay, So the question um, I I've been reading particularly the financial times. They're following the German elections very carefully, very closely, because Angela Merkel is on our way out. And her chosen guy to be the Christian Democrats. The biggest part of the You know, the party that she represents and has won four out of the last five elections is kind of faltering. Um, hi. How does German domestic politics play into this or do they not? While you're right on with that question, because this is the moment. This is why President Biden stepping up now at the U. N Global summit, when all the other heads of state will be there is so important. Because with Angela Merkel leaving and she's been a passionate opponent of this waiver is an opportunity. Nobody knows who the next head of Germany is going to be. And what political party the greens who are doing quite well support the waiver at the WTO's support technology transfer See the situation for what it is, which is a global crisis of humanity that we have to unite together to conquer the Socialists, who are also doing pretty well. The Democratic socialist Those guys are little split. Some of the party thinks there should be a waiver. Some of them are not for the waiver. But there's an opening there and then as you said Angela Merkel's party, the Christian Democrats, They're all about Big pharma and keeping the monopoly. So if the German election results as people expect, as you just sat In Merkel's party, not running the show anymore. That's an enormous opening, but in order to translate that and just shot in the arm, we need President Biden right now next week, when he's with all of his other heads of state bodies. To basically lay down the law, which is to say, just to be brave. It's not that yet to persuade them. They all agree how even the president of France as far as Europe's position is on the right side of it. It's just a question of being the brave moral leader of getting up a head of steam cutting the wake, so everyone else can follow and.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"five elections" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"If you are a volunteer, you still need to be making your phone calls and you still need to be walking door to door. Nightline went along with me, Uh, to walk door to door and Santee. I love the fact that I dragged him to a very hot area on Saturday. Um, it was interesting because they said Karl, why are you skipping so many doors? I said the reason why I'm skipping doors. Is that my AP the campaign APP. Shows me exactly who I'm going after. These are low propensity Republicans. These are Republicans. That probably won't vote unless we nudge them. Unless we poke them unless remind them unless we control them, So I was walking down the street and people saw me, you know, And they would say Hi, Carl. And I would walk right by and say hello, of course, But I would just say Hey, please remember to vote, But I really wasn't there for them. I would knock on doors and you know who I was going after one door opens up. The father standing there in like high is is Joe and he said my son I said, yes. I'm here to see Joe, he said. Well, I've already voted. I said, I know, but I'm here to see Joe. Oh, he hasn't voted yet. I know That's why I'm here. I need to get him to fill out his ballot and we need to get that ballot return. He said. Oh, don't you worry. He's going to vote. I'm going to make sure of it. Another person we saw was a spouse of a perfect Republican voter. This perfect Republican voter voted every time in the past five elections voted five out of five. She, however, the spouse not so reliable a voter, so I get to the door and it's the husband and wife. Um, husband answers the door and you know we're talking and I said, I'm actually here to see you, Joan. Really? Uh, yeah. I just need to make sure that you're going to return that ballot because you haven't returned the about yet, And the husband didn't know Travis, The husband turned and said I thought you returned your about she said. Oh, I haven't done it yet, but I was planning on doing it after church, which was tomorrow. Which was Sunday and I felt like I got her in trouble. I felt bad, Okay? Because she told her husband she returned the about, but she didn't return the ballot. And then she had to fess up because my little You know, cell phone app shows that she didn't return the ballot. You totally got her busted. I didn't mean to totally got I didn't mean to. I was kind of like winking and nodding trying to get her to like, fess up on her own. I didn't want to do that. But anyway Here's the thing. We are going after specific voters that unless they hear from you as a volunteer with a phone call or walk, knock on the door, they probably don't show up. So if you are signed up to volunteer, please get that app. If you're not signed up to volunteer do so Go to yes on recall dot org and click under volunteer and sign up to call or walk door to door. That's yes on recall dot org. And click under call or walk now coming up. The same reason why I know she didn't return her ballot. Is the same reason why I know that the polls are absolute junk, and we still can win this election. I will walk through with Lou. Uh, the math. The numbers on how we can win the recall. And why those polls are wildly off first traffic along the coast northwest side of.
"five elections" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Little more realistic about what that means of Andrew couple mechanical questions for let you go here because obviously, whenever we do polling people say, Well, I don't trust polling or nobody called me or how can 400 people basically determine what 900,000 people think of walking through the science of what you guys did or how you did it? Yeah. So, uh, what? I don't want to get too technical because that would just bore people to death. But essentially, you know, from a statistical standpoint, what you're allowed to do is take a representative sample of a larger audience. And then from there, you're able to make inferences about that larger population. And the key is that it's a random sample. And so you're right. We didn't contact everybody. Um, Frankly, that would be sort of, uh, on, you know, first of all, from A cost standpoint, it would be expensive, but from a practical standpoint, obviously not everyone's going to answer their telephone. Not everyone is going to, uh, you know, answer a survey whether it's delivered in this instance from online or text message surveys, which is how we perform this one. And so again, we're able to get a representative sample. And so what we looked at was the overall registered voter population in Marion County. And we said Okay, for example, you know, we need to make sure that our Gen Er is about right. And so it needs to look like the overall population and so registered voters in Marion County. It's about 53% female about 47% male, and so we look to balance that out and ensure that our sample again this random sample is representative of that we need to ensure we have enough young voters enough older voters enough white enough black voters and then also from sort of a geographic area as well. And so when you look at that Statistically speaking, This is a sound practice and, um, measure of what the larger population looks like. But you know, there is a margin of error. And so that's where that 4.9% margin of error comes into play. Because statistics while great isn't perfect, But it is from a mathematical scientific perspective. Very sound waves measuring overall opinion. Something else you folks did, too. Which I thought was interesting was he did, uh The old posters where you Go pick up the phone and call call random folks are based on voter to voter data list. He did online and also text messaging. Uh, white Online. Why tax and why not just No go to go to the old random. You grab an old phone book. Remember, the phone book is and just start calling people. Yeah, well, so you know, one of the easiest ways to explain. That is cost. So, um Phone that you know, to get a live agent in Indiana. Or you do need a live operator to conduct a survey. You know, in order to make, uh you know, uh, yes. 400 Sample survey, you know, say 60,000 phone calls. Obviously, you know, you gotta pay the live operator agents to make 60,000 calls And so those costs add up, and, uh, That doesn't necessarily though, mean that it is a better product from a cheaper option, which again is serving text messages as well as online surveys. And so the reason we chose this was from a practical standpoint, it's just more cost efficient. And if you think about younger voters, actually minority voters, they actually they're easier to reach now online and via text messages anyways, you know, in 19 year old Kid probably doesn't have a landline phone. First of all, or pick up a phone call from some random number, but you know, they're sitting on a train there, sitting waiting at a friend's house who knows doing whatever they see a text message come in. They're very inclined to sit there and actually answer a survey. And so we find that the quality remains the same. But we're able to keep costs a little more efficient and Thought that pink. Um uh, recommendations coming out of sort of 2020 and pulling postmortems was a diversification of methods in how you conduct polling and the old gold standard of the live operator survey being conducted over the telephone still has its purposes. But again, it's a little more expensive. But you also you miss out on some of these voters who again don't have landlines or don't pick up their cell phones. Um you know young kids nowadays like Don't Even talk on the phone. It's all text message. It's all email that sort of thing. And so, um In order to ensure that random sample we look at various ways that we can reach out to people that are sort of outside the box and text message. Online. Surveys have been around for a couple election cycles now, but they are extremely accurate and viable way to conduct surveys that sort of reflect the changing times and societies practices and that's how it's going to ask you about the 2020 next 2016 elections as well. Because the polls are sort of kind of wrong and all over the place. How did you folks compensate for all the things we learned in the past couple election cycles? Well, so the good news is, you know, in an off year, you know people are left are more likely to answer a survey. It's really it's when you come down to the last two months. And, you know, people have had 15 surveys come through whether they're less likely to answer a survey. But, um, you know, I think what I saw in 2016 and 2020 is that Public polling and I'll talk about it in terms of public private, but the public polling that is the stuff that you saw largely, um, you know from Gallup, or, uh, you know, some of the universities are like, you know, NBC or whatever doing these national polls. You know, The problem with those national polls is that there's a lot of what I'll call sort of armchair polling critics and so they look at the methodologies and they'll go well. This is wrong, and so people are left. Apt to change and adjust based on what sort of the data is telling them and in 2016 1 of the takeaways was that You know, uneducated or I should say, uneducated, non college educated Excuse me, white voters and sort of rural areas where being up under represented, and so people wanted to see the education breaks and started to think. Well, it needs to be sort of X percentage of college educated voters. X number of non college educated voters. And people weren't able to deviate from those because these sort of pulling critics without well, that's that's not. That's not what it's going to be. That's wrong. And so people aren't able to change. I think as well as sort of the private pollsters, which look at the gate and what the data is telling them and say, Oh, well, actually, we see You know this trend happening or that trend happening? And so I think a lot of the private polling was actually pretty spot on. Um, it was more so some of the public polling where he saw some of the issues, but, um, you know, we we saw plenty of other colleagues pulling my own polling where we saw some of the data coming back. And you see things like, Oh, you know, A lot of these voters who we would never have expected as a quote unquote likely voter. Maybe they hadn't voted in the last four or five elections, all of a sudden expressing a strong interest in this election. It's Oh, well, Maybe we're going to see an increase in turnout. And so we're able to make some of those adjustments. Um, that may be a public facing, you know, sort of publicly scrutinized pole aren't necessarily able to make All right, Well, we covered a lot of ground today. Our guests the program's been Andrew Weiss, Sir Andrew is the principle of a RW strategy supporting from that We hired any politics to talk about the city of Indianapolis and to some of the big issues going in there..
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"five elections" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Will play the recall desk on Monday, Maybe four days. Uh, you can go and vote. During the day you can go vote on Election Day You can still mail in your ballot. And, uh, polls are indicating that the Democrats woke up and are going to vote to keep do some in office. Which is why if you're for the recall, you absolutely must vote in everybody. You know who wants him out? Must vote. Because there's no margin of area here to stay home and hope somebody else takes care of it. Now. Monday at five o'clock, we're going to have our our of candidates, but it's going to be different. It will probably be only a half an hour because there's 46 people on the ballot to replace Gavin Newsom. We're going to invite them to call in make their pitch to the K F I audience haven't decided how much time they'll get. What do you think? A couple of minutes instead of 30 seconds? Because it's only 46 would depend, I guess on many call in. Yeah, Well, if you know any of the candidates running, tell them money to clock. You know, Larry Elder could take an hour easily, Obviously So, yeah, it's true. We're at 1 805 201534 that will be mine. Ending at five. We're going to talk once again. And maybe for the last time Dan Dunsmore with rescue California, one of the big groups supporting the recall of Gavin Newsom. We've had around many times before together, input on how things are going in the recall effort. So let's talk again and welcome again to the show. How are you? I'm doing great. Yeah. What's going on out there? You think Well, it's you know, it's interesting because I know you probably saw the poll this morning and And I've been telling people you know, these polls are likely voters and and it doesn't take into account and likely voters or people who have voted five times in the last five elections or four times in the last five elections. And therefore likely to vote in this election. Uh and what it doesn't take into account is the sentiment amongst the many people probably never voted, might not even be registered to vote. So first time voters And now if you remember in 2000 and 18, that's really what Sanka Sanka Republican Party was The fact that new registrants and new voters really stole the game there, so I you know, I have a lot of hope. And by the way, just wanted small thing to let you guys know, Rescue California is not going anywhere. Rescue. California will continue to call out people for crimes against the people in bad governance and we will always be there and said We are in an emergency situation on bad government governance as much as anything We had a Willie Horton moment last Friday with the, uh Gavin Newsom, early release felon, murdering, torturing, raping and burning and torturing your animals and killing them to, uh in, uh, in Sacramento, and, uh, this man is a 22 striker. And Troy Davis, and that blood is squarely on Gavin Newsom's hands. Whether that will resonate in time for Tuesday. Who knows? I hope it does. I hope people are reminded that their consequences we know that story. Well, that was another no bail situation to which is another hurt his policy. He was picked up in June on car theft. And immediately released. So he's on the streets to kill this poor woman. But we also wanted to talk to you because you mentioned in this l a Times story that came out this afternoon. Uh, I said that there's a sentiment. Of course I love defeated. That if Newsome does stay in office that people going to believe this was rigged, and you're saying in the story that you don't see any evidence so far of any kind of fraud. No, And here's the thing. It takes an awful lot of fraud. To appease a lot of boots on the ground to perpetrate the type of fraud that may or may not have happened in 2000 and 18 Remember, they were on the ground for two years. Uh, they had 10,000 volunteers on the ground. And these people soul job was to go harvest ballots now harvesting ballots is what we've always called. Get out the vote. The difference is that Republicans don't hand over their ballots to anybody, Uh, they cast them themselves. And so it's not an easy thing to do when you have that kind of collection process in place. There's bound to be abusive in it. They didn't take this campaign seriously until about two months ago, and since then they've spent $80 million. So Uh, they are. It's very difficult to do labor intensive activities, and that's what fraud that is the core of fraud. Is is gathering ballots. Um You know that don't go to anybody. But you know people who register more than once, which is not against the law, um and casting them, so there's there's That's another discussion for another day. But I've been looking at voter fraud for over 10 years and basically, it's due to A lot of lack of management of the voter rolls, which then makes it right for fraud and abuse. So, um, I don't think that there's been enough time on this particular election. I'm sure you're aware of that weird story out of torrents where the guy had 300 ballots in his car. That story kind of went silent. We have no idea what was going on there. Well, that was that's easy. That guy is a serial, uh, post office. Robert, This is a normal crime. He had over 10,000 pieces of mail and boxes. His interest wasn't in ballots that were on their way to voters. Those by the way, those weren't but ballots that had been opened. Or or or voted those ballots on their way to the voter. Uh, he had no interest in those He was looking for cash, credit cards and things of value in the boxes. That's where he was looking for. Um And so the registrar re mailed ballots to the to the to the voters. Um and yes, that that plays into the fear that everybody has about about voter fraud. But here's my problem. John can voter fraud is a suppressant. It tells people don't cast a ballot because it doesn't matter, and it does matter. Cast it, It will be counted. Sign up for ballot tracker. I just got confirmation that my ballot had been received and counted. We had one of the most sophisticated systems in the country here in California, whether you want to believe it or not, It's true and no, there aren't Um You know, the mail can be trusted. And you know what? The two the two holes that were punched in the envelopes in L. A county. They've been doing that for years. It just happened. But that you could see a yes vote in the whole. Um, but the chances are very slim that somebody's sifting through that stuff and taking those ballots out. Um, So you know, I just say we have to win, and the only way we can win is if people vote and if fear is getting in the way, drop it like a hot rock because we are not going to win if you are going to sit and think that the sky is falling. Just Give it a chance. And let's win this thing, and by the way, no matter what we've already won, this guy has changed his governance patterns. He spent $80 million of money that they could use probably and what's going to be a devastating election for the Democrats in 2022. They've They've had a president and a vice president here during an international crisis, and now Gavin Newsom and saving his skin has to be a priority for them when they ought to be working on getting the Californians who are stuck in Afghanistan back home, and instead they're working with him. Yes, Saving Gavin Newsom. I don't know There's something wrong with that priority. We got a former president that's been pulled in at the last minute to save his bacon. How unusual for contenders for president had been out here campaigning for him? This is not if I had told you guys, here's what's going to happen. He's gonna spend $80 million and get the president. Get President Obama get Camel Harris and a bunch of other people don't Drop what they're doing and come out and help him campaign against us because he's gonna have to outspend us by that much you would have said, Isn't she cute? Alright, alright, An We appreciate talking to you again. Okay, guys. Thanks for having me. We'll talk again. Thank you. Dance done more with rescue California. She just said they're going to be around. They're going to have to be around because of Newsome survived the recall. He's back up for election next year. In the governor's race. Sorry, we got more coming up. John and Ken K. F I. Deborah Marquez News Block says it plans to.
Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"five elections" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Are you a. You're a longtime listener. First-time caller is that the idea. Exactly right conan. Now now kyle very nice to meet you and thanks for listening to what we call it. A podcast i don't even know technically witnesses but very nice to meet you. Tell me a look at yourself. So i get some background. Where are you right now. I'm in my home in some pre wisconsin. Which is the largest suburb of madison wisconsin. It's about thirty thousand people here first of all. That was way m- much more information than what's your elevation elevation. Virtually three hundred fifty feet k. And i also need your google earth coordinates and boxers and how you voted in the last thirty five elections but just locally okay. So you're in wisconsin. That's all i needed to know. And then northern dancer. Okay wisconsin and tell me a little bit about yourself kyle well. I'm married two kids. My first kid is going off to college in a few days here which is kind of like a dagger in the heart. But i don't think you know what that's like yet. But i think he's soon willia- while i've been stabbed in the heart it was. I was stabbed by my daughter as she was about to go to college. So i had both feelings at once and i know what you're talking about. No my daughter goes to college. I think if she gets in anywhere she goes to college in a year. So i will know exactly what you're you're going through. Are you going to be an empty nester or do you have another kid. No younger son. Who will be a sophomore in high school. And then that's crazy you and i are just about the same. I have a younger son who is a sophomore in high school. So you and i line up in many ways. I've felt that for many years. Are you gonna turn fifty tomorrow. Like i am no. Oh god well close there. I turned forty in six years. Nice hello is anyone buying this. Hello key went too young. I went to young. Didn't yeah let me try again. I turned forty one in seven years. Still too young. I am a fifty eight year. Old gentleman nice. Well you don't look your over day over sixty so thank you very much. Well we in the business call and this is a technical term of prick. And i'm coming after you kyle. This will probably get edited out. But i'm looking at you on like zoom screen and you were the size of a postage stamp and david who sits next to me. All screen looked like he was interrupting a cnn. Broadcast to say we have taken over earth. The lasers will begin firing soon at earth lanes. So now i get to see. I don't mean to embarrass you carbajal. You're very good looking man. Let me describe you to the people listening right now. You have a very good looking face. A masculine jaw. You've got oh you can make your eyebrow go up. Oh yeah very valuable and stage. Yeah now do have stage experience. Yes so i guess. I kind of went off the rails and you asked me what i about to tell you about me. I'm a professional opera singer. I've been doing about twenty two years. You're kidding wait a minute. We just spent fifteen minutes describing the elevation coordinates and the waters the water usage habits of your area of wisconsin. But now we get to what we call the headline. Which is you're an opera singer. And i can hear it in your voice. You have a fantastic voice of thank you as a child. My sister's always i've tool two sisters and they always complain about my loud voice. Kyle why do you have to speak so loud. And so now i in the joke's on them. Because i'm actually being paid to do so. You should have said to them. Why do you speak so loudly. Exactly know that there was an adverb in an additive. Yeah whenever you correct sisters at that age. It just really. It's just really gets there. Go to beat them so okay so you have an incredible voice. You're an opera singer. You're trained as an opera sing. Is that your profession. Are you a fulltime opera singer. It is the only thing for money. Are you a devaux. No no good term though. You didn't call me a diva which is the feminine. So did you just correct me like your.
"five elections" Discussed on The Current
"The fuels of the future and can include a critical technologies and when say critical i mean globally critical technologies to capture and sequester carbon. We have strengths in all of those areas and the urgency of this issue means that we as a country. I think need to reinvest as many of the proceeds as possible in developing this technology supporting the transition and supporting the individuals in those areas. They need to continue to have fulfilling careers. Those careers will evolve over time. Just like they've evolved over the course of my lifetime you about the tragedy of the horizon. Which is the politicians in some ways. Look you know and the market looks looks at. What's right in front of you. Not what's you know a generation down the line. Seven generations down. The line should fighting climate. Change be left in the hands of politicians who are running in that four year election cycle five election cycle or should it. Should it be given to somebody else. Well i'm not sure it should be given to someone else but what it tells us is that we have as individuals and collectively have an enormous responsibility in making our voices heard and taking action and taking leadership in my experience is that in general all titians follow public opinion as opposed and in rare cases. Lead it On on on critical issues and my read of of this issue is canadians Wanted address you know. It's it's unrealistic to expect it. Everybody has all the answers to that but now the charges being put it put two governments if i may one of the things that we need to do with issues like climate change pandemic preparedness ten twenty years hence when memories become short is to bring the future forward to stress the system. You know say we'll wait a minute. Are we ready for this. And so one of the things we did in the financial sector in the uk is we said to the banks. Or what if you just kept lending to the same industries today and we really did address climate change at..
KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"five elections" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Court for the Southern District of Florida to order an immediate halt. To social media companies, illegal, shameful censorship of the American people, and that's exactly what they are doing. We're demanding an end to the shadow banning A stop to the silencing and take a stop to the blacklisting, banishing and canceling that, you know so well. Case. Will prove this censorship is unlawful. It's unconstitutional and it's completely un American. We all know that we know all know that very, very well. Trump spoke at his golf club and Bedminster, New Jersey, but found the suit in federal court in Miami. Trump was suspended from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube after his followers stormed the Capitol building on January 16th in a violent attempt to prevent the certification of Joe Biden's presidential win. The company cited concerns That Trump would incite further violence. Members of the America First Policy Institute join Trump, the newly formed institute is staffed by allies of Trump and former administration officials. Brooke Rollins is that CEO. She underscored Trump's contention that he's being illegally censored by big tech. What was just a decade back a mere fiction of paranoid dystopia. A handful of technology companies, effectively seizing control of the American Public Square is now our own present reality against them. This president fights for you. And he always has. And as he always will A law professor at Santa Clara University in California, has studied more than 60. Similar lawsuits over the past few decades, said Trump is likely to fail in court, Eric Goldman said it's likely Trump is instead pursuing the lawsuits to draw renewed attention to himself. There's also the issue of money that is the money to be made off of the lawsuits. Trump reportedly raised millions of dollars from his online stop the steel operation, which appealed to supporters to donate money to support his legal efforts to overturn Joe Biden's Electoral victory. He shot that operation down earlier this year. Today's announcement was a televised events streamed on our website that included a prominent Donate button and Trump's political action committee was already raising money off the announcement. By early this afternoon. The New York Times reports that the National Republican Party and the Party senatorial election arm We're also using the lawsuits to begin raising money. Pennsylvania State lawmaker and rabid supporter of former President Trump today launched a forensic investigation. Of the state's 2020 presidential election, demanding cooperation from counties and mimicking a widely criticized partisan effort in Arizona. Senator Doug Mass. Triano issued letters to three counties today, giving officials there a sweeping information request with a threat of subpoenas for holdouts who do not respond affirmatively. By month's end. The effort is facing strident opposition from Democrats and Any Senate issued subpoenas for a partisan Arizona style election audit will almost certainly be challenged in Pennsylvania's courts. Arizona audit was widely criticized by both election experts and some Republicans. Trump has persistently claimed the 2020 election was rigged against him and pressured Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania and other states. He lost narrowly to conduct an audit as is happening in Arizona. In an interview streamed online by former Trump Advisor Steve Bannon, Mass. Triana suggested the undertaking will be similar to the one in Arizona. Master Rihanna told Bannon. Besides counting the ballots again, he wants to forensically analyze with photographic material. Whether the ballots were copied or filed by a human saying he planned to study what type of paper was used. Look for what he called software shenanigans. And review the chain of custody for the ballots. Mass. Triana was also asking for information from May's primary election. Pastrana has said he's considering running for Pennsylvania governor and has claimed that Trump asked him to run. He's an enthusiastic trump backer and during last year's election He on several occasions, Leverage has elected position in the cause of Trump's efforts to reverse his re election loss. Mass. Triano let US Senate Republican Policy Committee hearing at Gettysburg in November. To which Trump called in, and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani was the featured speaker. There. They aired baseless conspiracy theories about election fraud and December he signed a statement with 63 other Republican state lawmakers. Urging members of Congress to block Pennsylvania's electoral votes from being cast. Four. Joe Biden, critics of the Post election presidential audits ongoing in Arizona and now coming in Pennsylvania, advise those trying to understand what's going on. To follow the money Rose Brown reports. David Becker, with the Center for Election Innovation and Research, says the organizations and news networks that alleged President Joe Biden did not defeat Donald Trump by eight million votes in 2020. Are sowing doubt because they've been incentivized to divide the country and Becker suspects are doing it to raise money from Trump supporters disappointed by the outcome. We are now getting to the point where we're and perpetual doubt about election outcomes and perpetual doubt about the legitimacy of those elected and verified, confirmed elections by not accepting verified election results. Tucker says people are making the case that democracy no longer serves United States citizens. Many Republicans reject the 2020 results, believing there was election fraud. Although state election officials from both political parties have said there's no evidence of widespread fraud or other irregularities. Becker says ongoing threats against election officials and their families also work to delegitimize election outcomes and destabilize democracy. He cites a survey by the bipartisan Policy Center and the Brennan Center for Justice, the found one in three election officials feel unsafe in their jobs. Becker warns America could lose a generation of professionalism and expertise in Election administration and we are seeing an exodus of experienced election officials from both parties. This is a great concern, particularly as we're now seeing some of the election deniers actually run for secretary of state in places like Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, etcetera. The Brennan Center report also found one in five election officials. Said they're concerned about death threats. While half said the explosion of disinformation about elections has made their jobs. More dangerous Support for this reporting was provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New.
"five elections" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's the mic broom head show. We're here until noon. We appreciate you spending some time with the show. Um Going to tell you that there are things that I'm very passionate about that I want what's best for Arizona. To be honest with you more than anything else. That is my goal in every situation as I want. What's best. I've got grandkids. I'm a lot more sentimental about things now because I realize the passing of the torch is happening. You know, I'm 54 years old. I'm a long way from done, But I'm watching now that generation grow up and thinking I want the best schools. I want the best opportunity. They don't understand what we're working on just yet. You know, my oldest grandson is nine. He doesn't understand yet what we're fighting about or what we're fighting for, And I'm sure there's other people on the other side of the political aisle for me that feel the same way. But doing this for the right the good and for the right things. There are so there are important elections coming up in 2022. Six major statewide races that will shape Arizona. We've also got a legislature that is barely held by the Republican Party by a one seat majority. In both the House and the Senate, so we could see a dramatic shift in how Arizona does business in 2022. I want things to go in the path that they've been going. Pro business, inviting people here driving down taxes, giving people opportunity this neglect and getting away from class warfare and that nature and just trying to get everyone an opportunity and being prosperous. And I think that what this administration the Ducey administration is done. As far as the economy goes, has been top notch. I think the state legislatures work together to make sure that we are business friendly and we are working on issues where we are coming up short and trying to improve in many other areas, and I don't want to see that change. That's my personal political opinion. Have been a detractor of what this audit has become not what the audit idea was the idea of doing checks and balances for me. I've got no problem with If they came out with a standard audit that was done once every for every two election cycles every 10 years, 12 years because it's a four year cycle for the presidency, But if it's two years do it every 10 years, every five election cycles. We did an audit of the whole system. I'm in favor of making sure we're doing things as good as we can. What this audit has become is a political football and it has been and it is in my I'm not just going to say there's only one scapegoat. But the majority of the blame for this goes on the company that was hired to do the audit. The way the cyber ninjas have handled this in the public arena, And this is what gets what makes me laugh. Well, why don't you wait for the information to come out because they're leaking information on their Twitter account? Because the guy that heads up the cyber niches Doug Logan went and filmed. It was part of a documentary about the stolen election. So why didn't he wait until the information was out? Why didn't Mr Logan wait until the full audit was done and then the information because it isn't. They've done the count. They've done the photography. They haven't done the audit of the election machines. They haven't done the audit of the systems itself of the software in the servers. They haven't done any of that. Yet. None of that is done inconclusive, but he is in a documentary talking about a stolen election. So he is the one that makes this look like a partisan hatchet job. Again. The documentary crew that did this was predisposed to the idea that it was stolen. Just like if Michael Moore did a documentary about Hillary Clinton losing because of Russian collusion, we would collectively roll our eyes and say, Is anybody really going to believe what Michael Moore says? I mean, he's he is a far left liberal guy that makes far left liberal and I'm doing air quotes, documentaries. Why would we believe that as gospel and not an agenda driven hit piece? You tell me there's a difference. And I will tell you there isn't that doesn't mean anybody's wrong. That doesn't mean Michael Moore can't be right. It doesn't mean that these documentarians can't be right. What it means is when you are in the middle of an audit. Not an opinion piece, not saying I know this is a truth. And this is what's going on when you've got the guy that runs the cyber Ninjas, saying that former members or members of the American intelligence community, the CIA or otherwise is involved in misinformation. You are spreading conspiracy theories. There is not one shred of proof that's been offered of that. Nothing. And I will tell you if they had proof of that. Show it to us. I would love to talk about it. I would love to change my mind about what this guy did in this audit. I would love to change my mind. There is no proof now. It's they're not going to give us anything they found until they compile their full report why they've been leaking stuff through their Twitter account for weeks. Where there there are up to 200,000 stolen or lost ballots. And then it came out and said, That's not the case. And then I heard from people. Well, this guy Logan, the guy from Cyber Ninjas, he's trying to get rid of Ken Bennett. He's really not a friend of this audit. Meaning? What if you weren't predisposed to believing that the election was stolen? If you are not going to go along with the rumor that there might be a couple of 100,000 ballots stolen all of a sudden you're an enemy of this. Ken Bennett has been one of the defenders of the audit. But he disagrees on something, so he's got to go. This to me is exactly what is wrong with what's happening, and why the The expressed goal of the audit was going to be a fair and unbiased and transparent look at the audit. Does anybody think it's been transparent? Well, you can go on one American news and you can watch 24 hours a day or the media. Can be in a press box a half a mile away from the from the audit floor and watch the ballots, just spin around the table, and we don't know what's going on. They've broken their own rules with the pens and the cell phones and everything else that they've been doing. So it looks like they have no control, Nor do they care. It's like quality control. When you go to a restaurant when the front of the house looks immaculate, and the food looks delicious, you love it. But the back of the house also needs to and I'm in the kitchen. The back of the house has to be just as immaculate and clean. When someone walks back there, like the health Department does, and the rules say, you've got to keep things at a certain temperature, and you don't put raw meat with cooked meat. Then you don't combine things in the coolers. You don't put hot food in the cooler. When those things are the rules, and then restaurants do those things. It doesn't matter if the overall quality of the food is affected. And all of this other stuff that's being told what they are doing is breaking the rules and what they are doing is showing that they are not a first class operation. Period. And that's what's happened here. And it's a shame it's an absolute shame. The best of the mic broom it show Katya our news 92 3 FM. It's.
"five elections" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Thank you so much for the many many questions that we had on these topics we already sort. If he didn't manage to get to the one that you also hope there's going to be more opportunity for these question on sessions in the autumn producer katherine. Call it's putting the questions to helen on me and we started with one about a liberal democrats. When i was in england in the nineteen dip dem seemed as likely as stories relate to win elections. Could you review and discuss what happened to the dens in the past. Twenty five years after the person who's remembering that probably is slightly looking at it through rose tinted spectacles. Not exactly but you my memory of the nineties but what certainly has changed his that through the ninety actually up until two thousand ten on the two thousand. Ten general election was always the high point of this. The liptons were the place to go. If you are discontented with the two main parties they never monopoly of that space. But the nationalist were much less. Prominent scotland wales the greens whereas permanent the parties of the further to the right and the conservatives. Were fatty extreme. Heart racist nationalist. So there was no you kick will brexit party a what probably gave it. Not impression was if people were dissatisfied the dams where they went and through the nineteen ninety two thousand two thousand ten lived damn seemed to be climbing the third party mountain getting quite close to the tall as they did in two thousand and then something shifted. So that's in one way. The big difference that since two thousand and ten and certainly since the end of the coalition the space which is still quite a squeeze space because the two main parties still hoover up most of the votes. But what's left is not the lib dem's to owner tool but they just won a by-election one of their famous products victories. And not send say all a little bit like they were setting the nineteen ninety s in the two thousands that they could pull off these amazing by-election victories. I'm not sure what you think. Unlimited doesn't lead to any obvious plan for getting them back in the game. I think if we go back to the period of success in say how did it come about then had it end so we saw in nineteen ninety seven. It did if you like have a structural shape to it in that it was popped off sensually. An informal tactical alliance between vote is dominated the party level with labor so liberal democrats were appealing to conservative voters in seats. Particularly that labor was gonna be in a good position to win. Obviously there was some heart from the bottom cut into the time paddy ashdown that might lead to suit for graham. The reconfiguring of the non conservative forces in british pump six. That didn't come about in part. Because of the very success of that anti-tory tactical voting manda labor ended up with such a large majority if we stopped midway through in the mid thousands. We could say that by the two thousand five election. The coalition voices of the democrats had become much messier. They were trying to take votes from the left of labour particularly using the iraq war but they will say taking voters will retaining them were more conservative leaning labor leaning and i think in a way although the two thousand ten election was disappointment being seen early on in the campaign is one way or the liberal democrats can make significant gains late didn't materialize actually did a rather good job in holding together that diverse collision helped on the left side by the appeal to students about tuition fees and then the story of the next five years becomes the of how coalition falls apart on both sides of it so the tuition fees hurt some very badly on the left. By the two thousand fifteen election the conservatives are able to use the prospect of a labor smp are the coalition working agreement to undermine the willingness of reasonable liberal democrat voters who prefer conservative government to a labor government. They ended up with nothing. But i think the explanation is that what they tried sending by the two thousand five election of doing something that the ad was unsustainable which was to try to take voters from both main parties. Different positions the products from the sherman. Amerson by-election a surprise in some ways. They're very familiar kind of election. People have been reminded. They shouldn't have forgotten the liberal democrats and the liberals before the good of these kind of elections the fact that the local campaign didn't seem to sit that uniquely with national policy of the head on that they know how to win them. William hey had most of the times for the image. I quite like where he said. The winning of this by election is like the beginning of the sisyphean task of writing the bull out the hill at his description of the previous twenty five years or at least leading the coalition was the liberal democrats rarely that china boulder up the hill. Get to the top of the hill and then of course it the way back down again and hit out another twenty five years struggle to inch back up. The hill is ready worth it. Matthew paris writing in the times has totally liberal democrats to give up his point us. It's not worth it tightly. Compensable why conservatives might want encourage democrats to give out 'cause liberal democrats deep threat matthew paris's not to but pose a threat to the executives shown by that by election. It's quite clear that quite a few tour. Mp's i mentioned quite notice about what might happen. What's different now and it relates to what you're saying is that the liberal democrats clearly are back to being part of the anti conservative coalition and. I'm sure this will connect to questions. We're gonna all turn a bit about labor and others but it does remind me a bit of the nineteen nineties before black came to power and various periods of conservative domination. The anti-tory vote remains substantial off. If people would line up the votes correctly in different constituencies for the pepsi's getting the tory out to do enormous damage to consumptive prospects at general election you can do it at by elections. It's.
Biz Talk Radio
"five elections" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"During the country's elections. Despite Prime Minister A. B Ahmed's promises of a fair and peaceful vote. Polling places have been kept open longer than plan to accommodate the long lines of people waiting to cast their ballots. Elections were due to take place last year but were delayed due to the pandemic. But the coronavirus is not the only obstacle in the way of a truly nationwide vote. It's Election Day in Ethiopia, But in the region of Tigray, it's difficult to tell people here are mired in a humanitarian crisis that began last November when violence erupted between the local ruling party and the Ethiopian government. Uh The humanitarian situation ist diet with reports of denial of humanitarian access in some localities, alluding of a supplies by soldiers, an estimated 350,000 people are threatened by famine. Prime Minister Abe Yemen has been calling this Ethiopia's first free election, but the claim is bellied by who truly gets to vote. Only one third of the country's population has registered to vote and 1/5 of Ethiopia's constitution. Seas are absent. These regions are deemed too risky to hold safe elections. Those could ward started gathering outside polling stations before Don They were met by poor infrastructure. It's really time consuming. I have to stress that point. I have friends who even gave up on voting because of the large, uh, Q. I was expecting more women to come out and but it didn't happen. Until today. The five elections we had. We didn't see much hope. We're now sitting here waiting to world in villages neighboring to Grey voters have also faced long waits to cast their ballots. Meanwhile, in the region itself, people are struggling to get basic necessities like food and fuel. And for more now, I'm joined by Adam, a baby from the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance in The Hague. Governments. Good to have you on the program. Abby Ahmed was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize two years ago. But that was before the war broke out in the Tigre region. How much is left of Abby's image as a reformer and Peace mate. I think you're right that the reputation of Abdullah Hamad has suffered particularly international level, but domestically, he still maintains quite a large following a significant following and there is a lot of hope that what he promised when he came to power could be could be realized. So the the war going on in integrity and the tragedies unfolded there have damaged his reputation, but he still maintained squad of following in the country. And those promises that he made when he was campaigning the first time. I mean, have those promises been kept. Well, so he has been in power for three years. He started with pardons and an institutional reforms and perhaps one of the successful reforms with the reorganization of the National Electoral Board of Ethiopia. And I think the way they have under the elections shows that that has played a role. But unfortunately because of some of the problems that he inherited and some of the miscalculations that he made there is conflict integrate, and there has also been problems, particularly in Oromia in relation to the elections. So that he has delivered on some of the promises. He still has a lot to prove. And and he hopes that after the elections, you will get America was founded upon solid principles which built the world's strongest economy. But our position as world leader is now at risk our nation's social and economic fabric, his very badly torn solutions demand a very clear vision in 2020. Swiss America, says it's time to take off the rose colored glasses to see the red flags all around us..
NBC Meet the Press
"five elections" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Terms this symbolism of having a sit with the american president absolutely thought is a very important win for putin but when if nothing happens out of it that is just an open subject event and you know he can't take that to the bank for a long time and cash idan. He's got too busy presents himself at home as the great statesman because he himself us to subject his presidency to re election. I mean we keep hearing. He's going to stay out until twenty thirty six but in two thousand and twenty five elections as well. He's got to show is still popular. And in the meantime coming up the parliamentary elections for for the russian duma in a so basically the ruling party united russia also has two subjects yourself for reelection. And they're not looking very popular and on the back of that putin act. She has a big problem right now. With covert in the pandemic. So he's going to have problems on the domestic front. He's only got about ten percent of the population vaccinated. He spent all of this time. Being an axa talking down on the vaccines including astrazeneca and pfizer and madonna a now russians. Don't want to have shots there either. So putin's got to figure out how to navigate things niqab just basically live off An episode meeting with the united states presidents geneva for months to come so he's got to show something out of it and the problem with the previous administration with president trump vladimir putin is fantastic meetings from his perspective was able to push all of our political buttons. Make fun of us humiliated as always have sit downs that he wanted to or telephone calls but he never got any kinds of agreements and so that really wasn't all that worthwhile so he has to get something out of this as well. Something more than just the meeting in geneva. What are we miscalculating on our ability to to sort of punish putin or changes behavior. Because look back. On the last decade there's actually been quite a bit of an array of attempts whether it's embarrassing him in front of the international olympic committee. The panama papers The various sanctions. It isn't if we haven't tried new things and haven't tried to do this. And it. none of it seems to to work. Why well look. You have to have a very clear. Red line and very clear unified response. Some of our problem is our own inability to have collective action the previous segments this morning positive problem. We've got so much posses on in fighting that we can't even agree on what should seem to be some simple things like infrastructure bell franklin. He's riding around. You know that car anywhere. In the united states filling potholes should be a fairly simple thing to do. So it's a collective action. It's the fact that we can't congress to work together. Foreign affairs national security as well as on domestic funds and saw an inability sometimes to work with our allies. Because often we've been at odds with them but the thing is it does actually work. I'll give you one episode that did work with russia and it's not a very pleasant one but everyone will recall in twenty eighteen. There was an incident in syria. Our military was very clear to the russian military. You fire on. Our guys will find a box so the russians tried covered subversive action by putting in some paramilitary forces and militia. Then fog group. They shouted our guys pretending to be rebels. They got shot back us on. The russians accepted that they'd overstretched The mark that they'd gone over the red line and this was a massive mistake. That's the kind of action in response that we need to be able to set up so we have to try to find that insiders. Well we slogan telling the russians what we're gonna do. It was putting on his all the time but we have to do is make a candidate line and then have a response that they know why that response happened. And then they have to recalculate. You brought up the twenty twenty four elections at putin's got happening. And i guess the question is what comes after putin. And how soon do you think that post putin world begins good question. What he said that he's gonna stand till twenty thirty six which will make him eighty four years old and he'll have been in power then fall thirty six years having come in january of twenty twenty so in some respects. The seems to be never anything out of beyond putin lifetimes What he's signaling. However as he wants to make the decision about who is the next president just as he did when he stepped down for beef period and put dmitry medvedevocilla place President for for your. He sent he just one volunteer. To become president of the navales medically he wants to be and has been incredibly brave and returning to russia calls to be put into jail. What putting wants to do is choose some on probably one of his proteges a younger version of himself pups from the security forces or somebody else that is installed in one of the regional governors for example or somebody else from the inner circle so he has to show that he is in complete control to make that happen. What he's trying to do of course is to stifle the choice. The democratic choice of the russian people decide for themselves so what comes after him could very well be another putin in some respects but pop somebody from a different background. Not somebody from the Kgb the fsp so we might see something a little different but he's trying to just sense more of the same of him to protect himself and all of those around him you like. You've described a little bit of what we just own. Iran where essentially the leaders are picking. Who gets to be on the ballot to be the leader anyway on a hill Great to have your perspective on here. Thank you thanks to thank you very much and when we come back do.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"five elections" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You know that you could possibly even conceive of, and people involved in women's athletics are just chomping at the bit to try and put this down. Your your comments on any of this? Yeah, This is probably that this is the number one issue I hear about from parents. I have a group of what I call my soccer mom focus groups across the country their you know, dozens of women that I touched base with and get their polling views on. This is the number one issue that parents are concerned about, and fathers. They're concerned about it to the locker room stuff and also the competition against these young girls. These girls have trained for years, many of them since grade school in the things like cross country track. Yes, absolutely. A softball. You name it swimming, you name it. They are competing so that they can go to college and get an education. This really goes against title nine and everything that the Democrats claim. They stood for for so many years, and it also Bill goes really against the whole feminist movement for the last 40 years, And one of my passions in life is breaking down the feminist movement because they don't stand for women in a way that they claim they do. They stand for the furthest liberal wing of the Democratic Party. And they're proving it with this that they don't care about young girls. They don't care about scholarships and college for young girls as they claim they have for 40 years. This is a real travesty, and I'm telling you, this could be a really big issue in the midterms and 2022 that could help Republicans went back to the house. I have a conversation coming up with new journey Pack spokesperson AJ Swinson. I don't know if you're familiar with New Jersey Pakorn or not, but they are A group of black conservatives. Who are trying to Push the needle in the black community more towards Republican and conservative issues and candidates. And also there's in the discussions I've had in the past with people like Autry Pruitt, who is the head of new journey packed again. I don't know if you're familiar with him or not. But you know, the conversation is partly that Republicans have not effectively reached out to the black communities. They've almost just You know, it's a foregone conclusion. They're going to vote Democrat, especially in urban areas. So why even bother? Donald Trump changed that somewhat in he did 2020 even I mean, there were more blackmails voting for Donald Trump than there were certainly for Mitt Romney or John McCain or, you know You know it was it was up in past George W. Bush levels of black voters voting for Donald Trump. It wasn't enough. But the fear is that Republican candidates are going to lose in, you know, normally, red State strongholds, you know, Like, Like, like what you saw in Georgia. Just speak to that for a few minutes of you. Yeah, This is a huge issue. Look, if you look at the President Trump's approval rating with black Americans, it was phenomenal. He got elected on Lee with about 9%, but it was the highest any GOP president had gotten in the last You know, five election cycles, maybe ever. But look within 18 months, Donald Trump jumped 17 support of African Americans. Then he went to 28%. Then he went to 36%. African Americans support That's four times any of the previous presidents had. Here's why they had to run. The black lives matter. The big riots last summer they knew Donald Trump was running away with the Black Americans vote, and they hadn't stopped him. That's the only way they could stop him. They teamed up with the limb and antifa and they Islands. Americans interfere. That's exactly what happened. I saw that long game coming from a mile away. That's exactly what they did. But Donald Trump on his own merits did a phenomenal job with them. And again, it's because he spoke directly with them. He did historic things he funded historically black universities something Barack Obama didn't even do. I mean, he was a man of his word in terms of jobs and getting everybody in a job. You wanted one in the United States of America. I agree wholeheartedly, just real quickly as we conclude Jennifer Currents host of all American radio, with Jennifer Currents all your time in California. Have you ever seen it as a politically muddled as with Gavin Newsom and what's going on with the recall effort in California? Because of the hypocrisy and the total mismanagement of the state of California? It's not. It wouldn't be the first time a governor of California has been recalled. But I think this one Is definitely do if the state's going to be saved. Yeah, This is one to watch. We have a special section on my new site all american news dot com on just the California recall. I think it is the number one maybe number two story of the year. Other advising getting at the White House. But look, Gavin Newsom is very concerned about this. His advisers reportedly a very concerned and he should be. I actually got into politics during the 2003 recall against Governor Gray Davis. Days out. There can change on a dime. They are going to have the signatures to turn into recall Gavin Newsom in mid March. They might tournament a little bit early next few weeks there were watching. On Ben. Then the gates open. You could have, as you did in 2399 candidates. If you remember back then ran for governor. I don't think it's gonna be that much of a circus. But I think you're gonna see some really good, interesting games out there. Maybe Chris Pratt, the husband, Tonto. Katherine Schwarzenegger. I would love for him to run. Maybe Scott Deyo, Rick Grenell Way ever. Scott Bayo alert. Can you a man? Could you imagine Chachi for California? Hey, it could happen and But, hey, he's a conservative. It could happen. You also have other people. Rick Grenell is a great choice..
"five elections" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"five elections" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Okay, Welcome back. As I said, we're having a pretty mild winter so far. Hope I'm not changing it by saying it, But you can't You can't complain about this winter, especially since a lot of us are not traveling this year. You know, it's not like you can escape to the Bahamas. Well, Florida so easily with this whole covert 19 thing on it In any event in the first couple of segments. I spoke about quality checks for joint pain, and I spoke about nucleotides. Now I want to speak about bio curcumin five blocks him. Recently, I shut my mother Buyer, Kirkman. Five lakhs and cushy is Back pain. Now my mother's 90. And there's an issue my stepfather's 96. He's losing strength, so she's helping him more and more. Get out of the bathtub, etcetera, etcetera. So on and so forth, her being 90 not an easy thing. They don't want help coming into their home right now. Because of covert 19. They don't have an immunization yet. They're waiting. I mean, you would think at 1996. They would be right up at the front getting immunization. But in any event, they don't have immunization yet on. You're afraid to let someone come into the house to help out So my mother the burdens on her? So she's always had a little bit of a back problem. But now it's become more complicated. So I said that the buyer curcumin five lakhs in because it's great for back pain. It really is a substantial improvement and she's had a substantial improvement. The thing is, she turned around she goes. You know that stuff's helping my memory on I go. Yes, it will. There's a lot of safety research on it. It's really safe for you to take and it's excellent for your brain. So the bike Rickman five election On one hand, we used for pain like arthritis pain, the only pain hip pain and it could cover any kind of arthritis. But I also used for neck pain. A lot of people now have neck pain. Custer always squinting down after cell phone, and it's damaging their their cervical spine in the neck center, warning of what persistent neck pain Back pain, shoulder pain. Even nerve pain. That's what the new research is. Showing s o u know. I give it a diabetic now have diabetic nerve pain. I used all the time for, say, Attica. When somebody has say Attica, I give them a combination of two supplements. Bio Kirkman five election and AL car with a late and it's been very helpful for their psychotic pain. And they also time a couple of stretches because that really helps Now the stretching helps so much with the back walking and stretching great for the back s O. We have two things on special for your joint pain. We have Carla J checks. Which has been shown to help prevent further progression and were worsening of the joint college as well as take the pain away. So it drags the immune system away by a Kirkman. Five lakhs works differently at literally gets into the joint research from places like Ohio State University, Lehigh University. Um Georgetown University, Baylor Medical Center and Dallas. They all show that this stuff gets into the knee and helps with pain and the house really block inflammation and damaged further damage to the joint. So let me tell you what the two ingredients are bio curcumin. Five blocks in a two herbs. Five lakhs in is named after the pathway. It inhibits. That's no inflammatory pain Pathway called the five Lapa oxygenates pathway that breaks down your joint tissue. The actual herb is frankincense, one of those biblical herbs you know to give to the major. Gifted. The three Kings for the three wise men is different days and any event it works. It really works on the five lakhs and represents the most powerful ingredient as Z standardized that contain at least 30% act for the most powerful ingredient. And the Not plant on the Frankenstein's plan for joint pain. The frankincense planets also called Boswellia Boswell is Saretta. Now the other ingredient you know, is turmeric. Some people call it tumeric. People from places that are Irish or British generally call it tumeric and we in America called the turmeric. And it's It's the curry herb. It zig a different arise on this big complex route, and there's a lot of ingredients in it, and that's something that's important. Oh, tell you right now. A lot of companies just have curcumin. That's a mistake. When we talk about the turmeric plant on Lee about 3 to 5% of it is curcumin. There's a whole bunch of other ingredients like aromatic term Marone. And basement fox eat curcumin these air as important as curcumin for pain and inflammation on the research that they've done on our buyer, curcumin. The reason they picked it is, they said, you need the whole plant to really help arthritis and inflammation. You can't just depend on curcumin, which is just part of the plan because he's other ingredients are essential for reduction of pain and suffering in the damage. And they all work together. So when I just get curcumin, that's a mystic to take that bio curcumin is to complete plant. But here's the other thing. It's incredibly well absorbed. Turmeric itself was poorly absorbed. This is absorbed. Many fold better than regular turmeric and regular curcumin. Except it has the entire plant because you need the entire plant for arthritic pain for inflammation throughout the body, and for memory, Like aromatic term, Rone is very essential for your memory, along with the curcumin under bismuth, Oxy curcumin. So the buyer Kirkman is to curry plan except us the whole plant. Not just Kirk, you minutes the entire turmeric group, but it's really well absorbed. Cause otherwise is fully absorbed. Here's some of the studies on This'll just, um um, Buyer Kirkman On five blocks in together, she they work differently. Meyer curcumin attacks ti Umm Cox too. Pathway that causes damage and pain in the knee, where the five lakhs in inhibits the final a pox, euthanasia pathway that causes damage and inflammation and money. She otherwise you just pushed the inflammation. Out of the frying pan into the fire. So like if you use Advil for pain and inflammation in the knee It inhibits two cocks to pathway, but what it does it pushes the inflammation over to defy villa pox..
"five elections" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And right health Get healthy. Stay healthy. Hey, welcome back. Nutritional pharmacist Jerry Hickey. Um, we're having our cell. Um We spoke about immunity. Just quickly. Um, you immunity hx. Some people know what's on that bed. Thomas stay for the immune system. If you start to get covert 19 or any virus to get some tea, lungs take a lot of our glue to finalize inches. It helps protect the lungs. Now, let's talk about bone health. Blood wave. There's a lot of things I haven't covered, and there's a lot of supplements I haven't covered today, but they're all on special. So if you have questions about your condition or some other supplement We have a lot of nutritionists in the stores today. Um, just give the store's a call. You could call it a website to get the phone number of your local store your most convenient store or use the phone number that we give on the break and they'll transfer you to a nutritionist and you can ask the nutritionist anything you want. And you know if you have to call back, what's the big deal? I mean, there there waiting to talk to you. I mean, and they're really good People, highly educated. Really nice people really caring, very caring people. Very ethical. Um Bone health. I'll tell you something that you you If you probably heard on this show if you listen to this show a lot, but melatonin is important for bone. No. They talk about melatonin for sleeping the truth. But melatonin also is important for the immune system. For repairing the digestive tract. For instance, people with GERD, the chronic heartburn, the reflux, I give them. I give a melatonin at bedtime and helps repair the distinct er on the top of the stomach. So the liquid from the stomach don't reflect back up into their mouth. But melatonin is also important for your bones Bundled in takes place at night. I don't know if you're aware of that. It doesn't really take place in the daytime. It takes place at night. Melatonin is an intrinsic part of bond villain. And when they gave women with osteoporosis, melatonin over one year 3 MG. It did a great job of rebuilding their spine in her hip. Phone. They did a different study. They didn't give any calcium they gave vitamin D Strontium, Um Melatonin. On magnesium, Oh and vitamin K. I'm sorry. Wasn't struck him. It was the mineral magnesia. Um, Vitamin D. Um Melatonin. And vitamin K and a built strong bones. They didn't even give him calcium, just whatever they got their food. I mean, that's what melatonin is really quarter building bone. So if you take 3 MG should take in about 15 minutes before bed. And older people help restore their immune function. And it really is important for connecting all the different parts of the immune system. I'm protecting you from the immune system s. So you give me a systems aimed at the Germans rather don't you? Um It stayed off for fighting cancers. But don't use it for cancer unless you discuss what your doctor um it's needed for building boats, 3 MG. 15 minutes before bed Tough. What minimal water Because you don't want to have to get up here tonight and, you know, go to the bathroom. But melatonin is great for building poem. They're strong team is a mineral. If you look at the periodic table of elements that you got in chemistry class, you'll see calcium, magnesium and strontium lined up. It's funny, cause they're also important for the bone. And strong team has been shown to work even in very elderly men and women, where even a drugs aren't working anymore. Like 80 Year olds. They got very little benefit from drugs for building bone at that age. Strong team still works when they gave strong team to older women who had osteoporosis. Within the first year that greatly cut back on the risk of a hip fracture on a spiral fracture. It makes the bones thicker, and then the councilman's a place to go. So in many studies they found out giving strontium is a very strong way of rebuilding bone. It makes upon wider and then there's more places for the councilman to college and everything to go into to make the bones stronger, so just giving them strontium. The trumpets of Saudi studies. They showed that strongly lower the risk of the hip fracture in the spinal fracture industrial product older women within the first year. And by the way, it's great for arthritic pain in the knee. We don't know why, for some reason that helps arthritic pain to me, but especially arthritis in the spine. Like when somebody comes in with a lot of pain from arthritic spines I'm giving in to buy Kirkman five election. I'm giving him the hyaluronic acid. What doubles clock says these people are suffering. And then I give him a strontium and they do great. And then I give him melatonin at that time. They do great, um, information, so some things that you may not have heard of for building bone. Would be Strontium. And melatonin. And then of course, we have our bone powder and our college in your bones starts out his college and highly organized cables. Ah, started 6% your bone and then the bone powder fills in. Holes in the college in the Swiss cheese hole, So you have really good, strong bones. So if you're older, and you really lost bone, and you're at risk of a fracture, in addition to any drugs your doctor's giving you Collagen. Bone powder. You conviction together. Um, a scoop of each a day. Um, melatonin at bedtime. And if you take strong.
"five elections" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But I'll call with a lady's great for the brain and a click. You moved up. It'll give you brain more energy. It'll help with preventing the death of brain cells and will protect your brain and it'll improve your memory, these your great supplements and they're very safe. As I said, all the products we have have grass certification. Generally recognized as safe Now, let's talk about multi vitamins the very important And our box Maltese. We have so many ingredients that have been used in human clinical trials. Many of our products. Are you pick one. All our college paychecks are bike. Rickman five election. Are flexing checks are college matrix. Many of our probably shopping used in human clinical trials are faced two for weight loss. Or weight maintenance. So you don't came back to what you lost already, Um And our multi vitamins we have a slew of ingredients have been used in human clinical trials. We have lutein. Lutein. It's important for your vision and your memory. We have 6 MG of lutein and are boxed, multi use like the invite for man. And in fact for women and the in fact performance and invite core multi, he would have to eat a ton of spinach or broccoli to get that much lutein and you need lutein. For your memory and your fish in his problem. Lutein levels decline with age, so people who are 50 have less lutein in their brain and their eyes and somebody who's 40. But lutein also is depleted by statin drugs like atorvastatin misunderstand. So you need a source of looting, and this is natural routine that's been used in memory studies and brain studies. Memory memory studies. Oh, and visions study Sorry. They don't need more looting and any of them There's ah 65 MG of like a peen. He'd have to have a bowl of tomato sauce to get that much like opinion, like the pain is great for protecting the skins off. You're down in Florida listening. It'll help protect your skin from the sun. You swallow it like a Penis is great for wrinkling. Um, like a team is great for, um, the health of the heart of that and the vascular system. It helps keep your arteries clean. And less stiffening and thickening of the blood vessel walls with age, which is good to help lower your.
"five elections" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's better and better, and you'll love it now. Another one is buyer Curcumin five election, but that's also good for neck pain. And back pain and shoulder pain, Even tendonitis like like you, Your Your Your finger is inflamed attendant and your fingers, um flamed, and it's pulling clothes like you're pulling the trigger. It's called trigger finger. We're also nerve pain like, say, Attica. They found out by a Kirkman five blocks and host of nerve pain. There's been many, many scores of studies on the buyer, curcumin. Many studies on the five blocks in published in medical journals. Um some of them are for brain health. Some of them are for other types of pain and inflammation, like crosses, seas and collide US. Or ah, inflammation in the kidneys, inflammation of the lungs, inflammation in the skin. There's a number of studies where they're looking at benefits for helping treat cancer and possibly lowering the risk of cancer. But the studies I'm talking about here. Have to do with your uni and your hip arthritis. Any kind of arthritis really? Five auction is an herb that you're familiar with. I'll tell you the name in a second that inhibits the five Lapa oxygenation Pathway. Five Philip Oxygenates pathways is involved with chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and asthma and breathing issues. Skin inflammation, like psoriasis inflammation in the sex organs, such as women who have mistral pain on men would prostatitis. It's also involved with Metastases of cancer. So obviously there's a lot of benefits on the side from these things. But the five of epoxy estimation pathways, one of the dominant pathways with arthritic knees and arthritic hips. Kind of five lakhs in his name for the pathway. It inhibits the five love pockets in H pathway. And Ah, it's It's a biblical herb. Um, frankincense, you know the gift in the major to three Kings 23 Wiseman. Some people call it little Christmas like it's huge and Southern Europe, like in Italy, Little Christmas. In any event, the gift of the main try. One of the gifts was frankincense. Was the smells great and its antibacterial and anti viral. But the thing is, it's great for joint pain in places like Georgetown University in Ohio State University study that day said, Hey, this stuff really work for people. It really works for the joint pain and a range of motion and getting back to Walking comfortably without the need of whatever drugs they were taking. And the buyer curcumin. Wow. Um Johns Hopkins, Down in Baltimore, Maryland did a recent review of human clinical trials, they said both the buyer curcumin and the five blocks in products work well for arthritis, Bio curcumin works as well as the drugs. There's really no difference between Shall abruption Advil and leave and bio curcumin. Except there is safest placebo. Now that's not true with the drugs. The drugs have a black box warning. Next time you buy a bottle of ibuprofen when naproxen, open the box, take out the leaflet in there the enclosure and read it. You'll see right on top in front about a black box, warning her more food and Drug administration at these drugs could be dangerous. Right there. Whereas De Buyer Kirkman on the five lakhs in have GREss certification. The FDA allows us to say these are generally recognized as safe for you and me to use And by equipment of file election have been compared to Celebrex, celecoxib twice and they worked as well fact there were a little better. Uh huh. And that event so college HX empire Quitman. Five blocks are tremendously helpful with arthritic pain. But the buyer curcumin also helps with, uh Back pain and neck pain. It's a great supplement. That's great. So I take it. I take two every day with a meal for my brain health. Just buy the idea. Five election is an anti inflammatory in the brain. And the bio curcumin triggers the release off nerve growth factors in the brain that repay your brain and create new memories. So that's an important point. I mean, that's why I take it from my brain. At night. When you go to sleep, you released nerve growth factors to repair your brain but also to create new memories. Souls on the problem is at my age. I'm releasing a lot less nerve growth factors in my brain tonight used to when I was younger, so I'm replacing. Far fewer memories, souls You could replace 6 607 100 memory cells every night. If you release enough of this, this special in his brain driving over a trophic factor, BDNF It's the nerve growth factor in the brain. So as you grow older, you released less. Unless, um, So you know, every day we lose brain cells, So you have to replace him to keep your memory right. So they found in many studies. That if you give somebody bio curcumin who's older, they're repairing their brain better and they're restoring farm or, um, memory cells. Than other people in their age group. In fact, recently, I gave my my mother by Kirkman five election for her back pain, which is helping and she goes..
Malawi to go to polls again, after first election nullified
"They Connie is struggling it's actually shrinking in Malawi food shortages and hunger had been serious challenges before the corona virus cover nineteen only major challenges in southern Africa harder so when Malawians go to the polls this week to elect a new president all of this will be on their minds the world's only make a Condi has our story for millions of Malawians planning to vote for president tomorrow there's a sense of deja vu that's because the country just had a presidential election last year in may the incumbent president Peter Mutharika narrowly won with thirty eight percent of the vote he's been in office since two thousand fourteen international election monitors said it was a free fair and democratic contest but many Malawians didn't feel that way demonstrators across the country Hughes president of stealing the election the runner up opposition candidate Lazarus Chakwera did too so he took the issue to court to dollar packaging was too late is the president of the women lawyers association of Malawi she said the law is constitutional court noted several irregularities in the first election they are very good at it he's running strong the use of different parishes may require internal errors with the use of two banks was the right thing the two picks that she's referring to here was a white correctional fluid used on ballots apparently electoral officers used it to correct the so called voting errors this was only one issue that led to allow this court to take an unprecedented step in February they nullified the results of last year's election record even stays late ninety five elections because they leave plus the regular entities that affected the will of the people not brings us to Tuesday's vote once again the incumbent president with the recount is running against Lazarus to Cora a former pastor Bonnie faster Lani is a political scientist at the university of Malawi he says most Malawians are happy to have the chance to vote again they call me certainly it is very bad right state tourney recently published a poll finding that eighty five percent of Malawians feel their country's headed in the wrong direction under president with the Rica check where a is running on a message of change he says he wants to turn the country around improve the lives of poor people and fight corruption check where spoke about his platform during the weapon are on Friday so we have come up with an approach that says let the farmers out there get out of abject poverty to quit Aurora is promising to help farmers and create new jobs and despite the pandemic his campaign has attracted big crowds of supporters on the other side president Vikas campaign efforts have been relatively quiet another recent poll predicted check where I could beat with every guy in this election that sounds good to G. M. T. ECA she's a party vendor and the capital of the long way whose business has been hurting badly antica says she hopes this election it will be a turning point for Malawi I think tomorrow the government is changing in but I would I would be very happy for that if not doesn't happen Bonnie foster Lani says he worries that Chakwera supporters might say the election was rigged again and even if he does win Duong he says turning around the economy won't be easy that's not to forget the coronavirus the electoral commission has said it will put out hand washing stations and enforce social distancing at polling places the election results for the presidential vote and allow we are expected later this week
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Making sense of the Brexit confusion
"Turn now to today's top story you'd be fooled into thinking that you k. was in full campaigning mode by this weekend papers depending spending which paper you picked up the Conservative Party was going to promise you the moon or destroy civilization labor either had the beginnings of a pasta victory or already dead and unburied and Nigel farage from the Brexit party isn't going to stand for parliament but he's not going to go away so Vince macaroni. UK correspondent for your news joins me in the studio here to make sense of a rather messy weekend welcome back to the Vincent the the thing that everybody's talking about this weekend is that despite the fact that it is brexit has brought brought us to this general election in the United Kingdom everybody is determined not to be an election about brexit overseas are trying to shift the focus back onto domestic guess used as the feeling in the country too much of the national broadband has been taken up the bandwidth being taken up five brexit for years and years is now and they want to hear the party's plans for other services they want to hear about education any chest police because there is a feeling that after ten years of parity these services are very much at the point of collapse and so I think my understanding is Labor will try very much to in the next two days to get the brexit part of the election done do do that big speech and then try to move on from that and talk about other issues the Denver through interesting of surprise that they actually put brexit in their in their main party slogan last week they are very much thinking that if they hone in on the Brexit message that that could be there rock wall like it was in the two thousands that got them under Charles Kennedy and Nick Clegg up two numbers kind of approaching sixty and if they have a very clear simple message and they will to other policies but if they are the anti brexit party that will give them a huge boost in numbers and along with the SNP it could be those two parties that decide the course of what happens at the end of this election indeed the political world at the moment is shifting to the point where we have how many people now who have left their respective parties to join the Liberal Democrats in order to buy into this this anti brexit ticket we've seen an awful lot of people who would say with Bush sort of Brexit moderates have moved over quite a few figures moved over this weekend as well didn't they yes we had more switches happening but also the big thing as well to watch as the number of resignations that's taking cases is pretty extraordinary you're seeing kind of root out of women in parliament something that Theresa may too low touched to help get in but you're saying on the conservative side of moderate women like Nicky Morgan who currently sits in cabinet it is going Margaret James was a successful businesswoman also algae bt woman she says that the abuse and talk nature parliament's got too much she is going You need likes Angora Justine greening you're seeing real kind of carve out long Ken Clarke as well of the kind of the the Severo file centrist camera night position in the party just suddenly being kind of removing themselves from it one of the key voices in that was dominic grieve is a former attorney general here in the United Kingdom them kicked out of the Conservative Party voting against Boris Johnson a now making a very strong point which suddenly places a British election or other international personal life is called for the publication of a report on Russian meddling in the democratic process in the UK to be published before the general election. Boris Johnson has said no it Trumpian echoes it it does embarrassed I mean the the problem is you know report tells you what went wrong it doesn't help you set up the procedures you need to change and protect for tech something for future so whilst it would be handy to know I mean I think all of the parties will be taking you know improve security measures to make sure that they're not oh getting hacked as we've seen other elections being where you know the DNC and the US was hacked but yeah there is a question mark about social media we know that twitter has decided it won't Muskrats I mean that wasn't a massive issue here I think in in the UK you know the numbers on twitter actually quite small when you step outside of Westminster bubble it's not it's not the whole population but yeah we all uh-huh very curious to see what it is that is happening on facebook because the problem is that you or I are not seeing the APPS that certain people James and Scunthorpe and Tom in Wales and and Julie Danas brightness saying because of this micro targeting that is going on in that still hasn't been cleared up it would be interesting to know especially with the kind of talk now the pressure being put on facebook iceberg and other countries in Europe having blocks facebook from running class I think Arlen and France with the two in recent elections that have blocked whether the UK should've said until this this problem is cleared up we do this but at the moment all the polls looking so tight and I think all the parties will be worried by the poll numbers at the weekend especially going towards possibly hung parliaments parliament's that they're all keeping mum on their social media activties thing that was raised this weekend was the the Joe Promise it Boris Johnson in had given been given the gave rather diner dej then stay in the European Union post the thirty first of all I'm currently unite currently sitting in London were still part of the European Union check my calendar country disappointed around the country expressing the defections Liberal Democrats there was he gave even into yesterday for the first guy and the interviewer asked him if he was if he would apologize for effectively breaking a fundamental promises miss that he had repeated and repeated and repeated and this is what he said this study I do I do and I'm deeply deeply deeply disappointed and I had to consider sorry yes absolutely right then do we consider that to be an apology or is this is someone who's sort of off off record half acknowledging the problem I think as far as half ignoring the problem and I think this might come into the four of this election Boris Johnson have a line for decades that his personal life private life is personal and he's not going to discuss it and he's not someone who stands on election and preaches family values I use but when it comes to this issue of trust and the scrutiny of someone's personal life that is fair game in a general election when you're trying to become the Alito country his election the Tories was only around one hundred forty thousand in the end his electric this time is millions and millions of people and they have a right to know the character the person that is leading country I think Boris Johnson is going to struggle struggled in that interview particularly the sort of talk to sort of he had to four times say he wasn't he was asked four times about ruling out to this Scottish referendum for independence and he wouldn't do that because he knows he might have packed with the SNP and then later on clarified obsessions Shinzo did rule out because the interview was very it was very boris trying to office gate trying to dither and trying to get away from things I think he's going to face in the coming weeks some pretty harsh questions about his almosty his relationship with truth the people that he has misled recently a court found her majesty the Queen and the way that he's conducted his personal life we're in different world though now and not many people actually care about such things it would in the old days have hats it's on quickly booted out of number ten you say that then of support for Johnson but I'm not I'm not saying that the conduct itself is what will turn people off I think it is putting a question mark above his head that he may not be someone to trust and the way he is treated family and friends uh-huh means that believing what he's saying is very hard and when he's giving interviews like that one yesterday to say for Ridge on sky in which he seems very evasive I don't think about will help is 'cause neither will Nigel farage who the leader of the brexit party and someone who keeps appearing on television screens an awful lot despite the fact that he isn't actually a member of parliament is and nor does he intend to be an an MP this timer I mean first of all a very curious decision he'd he'd obviously looked at the polling and brexit party had dipped down over the weekend in the polls he's someone who's previously run for parliament seven times and been rejected five elections to buy collections and being an MVP There is a lot less scrutiny than being an MP but an MBA in this country means that you have to declare your finances you you had to declare your interest you will say are accountable to constituents I mean I I for one cannot envision Nigel farage running Friday constituency surgeries and trying to help other people people have problems Nigel Farraj is probably a broadcaster these days first and foremost as well as a kind of media figure and I think it's very interesting how can you I'm I'm an send the latest say they're going to release their sort of six hundred fifty candidates they're gonNA run up and down the country they have given Boris Johnson is two weeks window to drop his deal and then they could form an alliance Donald Donald Trump is once again over the weekend probably frogs etchings toll bars you know do deal with this Guy Nigel but for Nigel how can you say that you're launching a national national domestic policy and not want to be the leader of it in the House of Commons how can you how can you be doing that how come the public you you seriously as a political force when you yourself are doing it and I think they did sweep the MVP elections earlier in the year I went to one of their events in the candidates some optic strong one referring to Africa as a country rather than the continent on stage not being corrected not correcting herself and I think the scrutiny that comes by being an MP is far more the running for an Emmy Pena's country and the caliber of the candidates might not be as strong they might not be as well vetted and I think think that some of them will be sort of par local hustings did some macaroni from urine you thank you very much indeed for journeys monocle twenty