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Fresh update on "gop" discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:13 min | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "gop" discussed on Sean Hannity

"Read Shepherd. Our top story at four o'clock White House is looking to tackle a surge in violence across the U. S. Fox Business Network's Blake Burman. What we'll be hearing from the president is his comprehensive strategy to combat gun violence and crime. Here's some of the plan that the White House has rolled out a zero tolerance policy for rogue gun dealers allowing at, for example, to aggressively revoke licenses for dealers who they say are knowingly breaking the law. It also calls for increased operations by the FBI, DEA and U. S Marshal Service. There's also a focus on the 350. Billion dollars that was sent to state and local governments. As part of the American rescue plan is the Treasury Department is now making clear as well. That funds can be spent on policing and other things like expanding employment services and summer education. That's Fox's Blake Burman. Two of the candidates hoping to replace Charlie Crist in Congress are going head to head not in a debate. But in the courtroom. Republican Anna Paulina Luna is asking for an injunction against fellow GOP hopeful William Braddock, who she says is plotting to use a Russian hit squad to kill her. Friend recently recorded a phone call with someone believed to be Braddock, who made several threats while denying it in a one on one with news channel 87. Donovan Braddock won't say if it's his voice on the tape. I cannot answer that because I haven't heard the tape.

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Does Biden Have an Incentive to Hide Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei From GOP Members?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 4 hrs ago

Does Biden Have an Incentive to Hide Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei From GOP Members?

"Of the biggest stories of our time. Now why am I reporting on it? If I can't prove conclusively that it's true Because the reputations by others saying No, no, no, no, This isn't true. He's over in China. This is all you know Conservative fairy tales. Then why again hasn't the Chinese government conclusively refuted the story by just showing us a picture of damaging way and putting them out in front of a television camera? But that's not the disturbing part of this story. The disturbing part of this story is if we do have damaging way. One of these Chinese spy chiefs, and he has given up the mother lode. Then why would we be lying about it? And why would we be hiding him from GOP members of Congress, Intel Committee people, other members of the Intelligence Committee? Why would we be doing that? Those answers are fascinating. Well, we'll have to go to the daily yeast. For answers, And I don't mean answers to questions. If you're answering questions with the daily yeast, you're in trouble otherwise known as the Daily Beast sometimes, but the daily yeast does have an interesting article up by a man by the name of Jeff Stein. Who he says his sources are knocking this story down that no, no, we don't have Don Jingwei. There's just read the headline Daily East Fed shoot down rumor that Chinese missing spymaster defected to the U. S. But the reasons they're shooting down this room with these anonymous federal officials are fascinating. Let me get through first quote from this piece from the East first, it says, But on Wednesday a U s official reached out, I guess to the reporter here. To say that reports of Jingwei's defection were not true. He says, speaking strictly in terms of anonymity. The official declined to elaborate further, including on Dongs present whereabouts, only hinting that the counter spy remains in China. Okay, folks, both stories can't be true, either Dongjiang Way defected and is giving us the mother lode of intelligence on China or damaging way still in China, laughing at our stupid

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Fresh update on "gop" discussed on Guy Gordon

Guy Gordon

01:45 min | 54 min ago

Fresh update on "gop" discussed on Guy Gordon

"Jr. This is the guy Gordon Show on news. Talk. 7 60 wjr. So the Republican led Senate Oversight Committee really unequivocal in this, saying there was no significant evidence. Of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. And when it came to the idea that hardware was to blame the Antrim County narrative if you will. He said. This the committee finds those promoting Antrim County is the prime evidence of a nationwide conspiracy to steal the election. Place. All other statements and actions they make in a position of zero credibility. Events in Antrim County sparked a significant amount of concern about the technology used to count ballots. This concern led to much speculation, assumptions, misinformation, and, in some cases, outright lies, much great doubt and confusion. And they want the people responsible for perpetuating that and for fundraising off of that to face a criminal investigation. Now, I would think that that kind of conclusion After an exhaustive investigation. And calling for a criminal investigation for those that tried to undermine faith in our system would receive maybe at least of faint amount of praise from Democrats that Republicans in this case did their jobs. They did it with dispatch. They were comprehensive. But know what they're doing is they're spinning this to say, Well, you see there, there's no need then for any election reform all these voter suppression things that Republicans have proposed. Aren't necessary and they were based on a lie to begin with. Well, of course, Senator Ed McBroom and others and we've had long discussions with them, Senator Mike Shirkey the same, they say Absolutely not. The absence of this conspiracy does not mean that the system is okay. Confidence in the system has been eroded and no less illuminate. Airy than Barack Obama thinks that voter ID is an okay thing. He said as much with Yahoo News the other day as he was endorsing Joe Mansions alternative to H R one. He said. It's not perfect..

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Senate Republicans Block Democrats' Voting Rights Bill

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:19 sec | 7 hrs ago

Senate Republicans Block Democrats' Voting Rights Bill

"Blocked a sweeping Democratic voting rights bill, but VP Harris says the Biden administration will keep pushing for it. The bottom line is that the president are very clear. We support s one Support that John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the fight is not open. All GOP senators voted against the measure while every Democrat voted for it. President Biden

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Fresh update on "gop" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gop" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Once, so these are tough games and we're sure we're going to get their best. So I gotta raise our game to another level once again, but dropped is scheduled for eight o'clock in pregame coverage begins at seven. Right here on W F L A. I'm Jason bearing here for news radio. W F L A two of the candidates hoping to replace Charlie Crist in Congress are going head to head not in a debate, but in the courtroom. Republican on a Paulina Luna's asking for an injunction against fellow GOP candidate William Braddock, who she says is plotting to use a Russian hit squad to killer friend recorded a phone call with someone believed to be Braddock, who made several threats while denying it in a one on one with news channel 87. Donovan Braddock won't say if it's his voice on the tape. I cannot answer that because I haven't heard the tape yet. And I don't know if it is me if it's been altered or edited anyway, because supposedly the.

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GOP Senators Block Sweeping Voting Rights Bill

AP 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

GOP Senators Block Sweeping Voting Rights Bill

Fresh update on "gop" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:56 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gop" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"62 in downtown Seattle News time, 10 26. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, denying a leaked report that she is planning to establish a special committee in the House to investigate the January U. S. Capitol insurrection. There is now some confusion surrounding a discussion with House Democrats about moving forward with an investigation into the deadly capital incursion. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is refuting a report from an inside source who told the media that Pelosi had told colleagues she was planning to establish a select committee to investigate the events leading up to the deadly attack and the breach of the Capitol building. Pelosi says she did not make that announcement The House has been considering taking Action on its own after GOP senators last month blocked the idea of a bipartisan investigation going forward. Jackie Quinn Washington The U. S Supreme Court today sided with a high school cheerleader who's vulgar Social Media Post got her suspended from the squad. Randy Levy dropped a bunch of F bombs into a Snapchat post after she was cut from the varsity cheerleading squad, and she endured the wrath of her Pennsylvania high school. The school argued it needed to expand its discipline policy beyond campus in order to monitor and prevent cyber bullying. The Supreme Court agreed the school's regulatory interest remains significant in some off campus circumstances but sided with Levi Justice, Breyer wrote for an 8 to 1 majority. Those interests were insufficient to overcome Levi's interest in free expression. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News.

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GOP Filibuster Blocks Democrats’ Big Voting Rights Bill

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 12 hrs ago

GOP Filibuster Blocks Democrats’ Big Voting Rights Bill

"The Democrats bid for the biggest electoral system overhaul in a generation has run into a Republican wall Republicans employed the filibuster to stall what's known as the for the people act a bill that would have struck down voting hurdles among other things every GOP senator was against it voter suppression has become part of the official platform of the Republican Party while Chuck Schumer's Democrats argued the bill was needed to offset moves the GOP controlled states to make voting harder Republicans like Ted Cruz said it was a simple power grab to ensure that Democrats won't lose control for the next one hundred years from president Biden down Democrats say the voting rights fight is not over though it's unclear what they will do next with Republicans poised to block debate on that and other key legislative priorities Sager made Ghani Washington

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Fresh update on "gop" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:33 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gop" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Uh, If this story is true again, it's only one of the biggest stories of our time. Now why am I reporting on it? If I can't prove conclusively that it's true Because the reputations by others saying No, no, no, no, This isn't true. He's over in China. This is all you know Conservative fairy tales. Then why again hasn't the Chinese government conclusively refuted the story by just showing us a picture of damaging way and putting them out in front of a television camera? But that's not the disturbing part of this story. The disturbing part of this story is if we do have damaging way. One of these Chinese spy chiefs, and he has given up the mother lode. Then why would we be lying about it? And why would we be hiding him from GOP members of Congress, Intel Committee people, other members of the Intelligence Committee? Why would we be doing that? Those answers are fascinating. Well, we'll have to go to the daily yeast. For answers, And I don't mean answers to questions. If you're answering questions with the daily yeast, you're in trouble otherwise known as the Daily Beast sometimes, but the daily yeast does have an interesting article up by a man by the name of Jeff Stein. Who he says his sources are knocking this story down that no, no, we don't have Don Jingwei. There's just read the headline Daily East Fed shoot down rumor that Chinese missing spymaster defected to the U. S. But the reasons they're shooting down this room with these anonymous federal officials are fascinating. Let me get through first quote from this piece from the East first, it says, But on Wednesday a U s official reached out, I guess to the reporter here. To say that reports of Jingwei's defection were not true. He says, speaking strictly in terms of anonymity. The official declined to elaborate further, including on Dongs present whereabouts, only hinting that the counter spy remains in China. Okay, folks, both stories can't be true, either Dongjiang Way defected and is giving us the mother lode of intelligence on China or damaging way still in China, laughing at our stupid stories. Those things can't be true. Mhm. That would be some serious ju jitsu. If both of those stories were true at the same time. They can't be. But the second part of this daily East peace is fascinating. The reporter writes. Some longtime observers of U. S China relationship. Think that the U. S China relationship think that the Biden administration's willingness to address such a normally highly secretive issue was motivated by two issues. Listen up number one. The reason they think the Biden administration is shooting down this story that we have dungeon way they say Reason. One quote, is they don't they want to exercise an unnecessary additional irritant and the still downward spiraling bilateral relationship? Said this guy, Robert Manning an expert on these types of things. So there is you one. They say, You know what? Maybe we have a lot of friction with China right now. We don't need the friction that Biden administration shooting this down. Maybe we do have them and they just don't want to make the Chinese Communist Party looked like a bunch of idiots, which it would if one of their spy chiefs. Elected to the United States and gave up the mother lode. So reason number one. Maybe we just didn't want to irritate them. Well, that would be pretty dumb. But reason number two is just peachy. I mean, if this doesn't tick you off. I don't know. I will. Here's the second And possibly equal motive. He said. Quote to beat back a Republican campaign to defect. Blame for the coronavirus pandemic in America, from Donald Trump to China's Wuhan Institute of Virology Lab, and, by extension, Fauci. Has been critical. The former president's response to disease can you admit listen to what I just did You hear what I just told you? That the yeast here is speculating. That one of the reasons we may have this guy Don Jingwei and not be saying anything is because Don Jingwei, this Chinese spy who may have defected Is giving up the mother lode of information. That proven job I would have will have proven Donald Trump right the entire time. That the Chinese government was at fault. For the unleashing of the coronavirus around the world and that one of the reasons they're hiding him and hiding him from GOP folks and others. It's because of political motives to prevent Donald Trump from accumulating a political victory. Can you imagine the depravity of that if it's true? Folks. If that option two is true. We have on our hands in America and far worse condition than you and I ever imagined. That we could have the mother lode. Of intelligence right here in front of our eyes, sources around the world the Chinese government is using to infiltrate intelligence entities. Names of spies in the country, the origins of the coronavirus that we could have this and that this is being kept from key members of the intelligence community in the Republican Party for political motives. Even by the low standards I have for Capitol Hill in the DC Swamp. This would blow through the floor of depravity. Do we have them or do we not? Again. You would think it would be very simple. There'd be a simple proof of life video. They're very they put it out on social media. Do I give him a pic holding today's headline? Listening to today's Dan Bongino show. Whatever nobody cares, there's a million ways to authenticate the date and time. Hold up a newspaper. Haven't you seen spy movies before? This isn't hard? Ladies and gentlemen, the Chinese spy operation is very, very good. I spent time in China in my last line of work, and granted, we were not an intelligence operation, the Secret Services and Law enforcement security operation. But we worked with intelligence all the time because we have to get briefings on the country that we were in. I spent some time in China and I'm telling you, they are very good. They are not our friends. They are nuclear powered opponents. But they are very, very good at what they do. They followed me around a hotel. I was supposed to advance for the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Channel. They followed me. I've never seen a handler. Stick to me like Lou like this guy. Everywhere. Stairwells doors. I'm trying to advance the hotel. Hey, what's in this room? What's an Arab guys all over me? Like what? Like white on rice? Wouldn't.

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Australia Fights UN Downgrade of Great Barrier Reef Health

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:42 min | 13 hrs ago

Australia Fights UN Downgrade of Great Barrier Reef Health

"Said on tuesday. It will fight against plans to downgrade the great barrier reef world heritage status due to climate. Change while environmentalists have applauded the un world heritage committee's proposal. The committee said in a draft report on monday that there's no possible doubt that the network of colorful corals off australia's northeast coast was facing ascertained. Danger the report recommends that the world's most extensive coral reef ecosystem added to a ness goes list of world heritage in danger which includes fifty three sites when the world heritage committee considers the question in china in july. The listing could shake australians confidence in the government's ability to care for the natural wonder and create to roll for an esco headquarters in devising so-called corrective measures which would likely include tougher action to reduce australia's greenhouse gas emissions any downgrade of the reef world heritage status could reduce tourism revenue that the natural wonder generates australia because fewer tourists will be attracted to a degraded environment and dead coral reef cruise. Operators said the report was wrong and that tourists continued to be owned by the dazzling coral multicolored fish but some tourists said the reef seemed more colorful during visits decades ago. The network of two thousand five hundred reefs covering one hundred thirty four thousand square. Miles has been world heritage listed since nineteen eighty-one but it's health is under increasing threat from climate change and rising ocean

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Pelosi Signals New Panel To Investigate Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 17 hrs ago

Pelosi Signals New Panel To Investigate Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi is denying the leaked report that she's planning to establish a special committee of the house to investigate the January U. S. capitol insurrection there's now some confusion surrounding a discussion with house Democrats about moving forward with an investigation into the deadly capital incursion house speaker Nancy Pelosi is refuting a report from an inside source who told the media that pelo see it told colleagues she was planning to establish a select committee to investigate the events leading up to the deadly attack and the breach of the capitol building pelo see says she did not make that announcement the house has been considering taking action on its own after GOP senators last month blocked the idea of a bipartisan investigation going forward Jackie Quinn Washington

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GOP Blocks Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 22 hrs ago

GOP Blocks Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

"Senate Republicans have blocked an expansive elections and voting bill during a key test vote forcing Democrats to face tough questions about the next steps before the people acting needed sixty votes to overcome the GOP filibuster man came nowhere close Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell had blasted the deal as a partisan power grab and a federal over reach into how states run elections and so finally today we will put an end to it hours before the vote this fight is not over White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said president Biden's committed to boosting voting rights and it will be a fight of his presidency long past today but there are questions about how Democrats can move key legislation and it nearly evenly divided Senate and whether filibuster rules should change sadr mag ani Washington

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The Radical Left Change Their Messaging to Hide Their Lies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 1 d ago

The Radical Left Change Their Messaging to Hide Their Lies

"So they hate him. Believe me. They're not going to change that. They're not changing their message. No matter what. So what do they do? Change the messaging. Don't change the message. Don't say back to blue. Just change the defund the police message to re funding the people. What Jim Queue up. Cut five for me. This is MSNBC contributor. Uh, Britney Pack Nick Cunningham. Who understands pretty quickly. She's not stupid, very clever marketing that defund the police is a loser message. So listen about halfway to she flips the script, and now it's all about refunding. The people check this out. Defunding. The police is not just about taking money out of an institution that continues to prove and affected. It's also about re funding the people. It's about ensuring that the services that people need to ensure safe communities from the ground up are actually being funded. And resource to their full capacity. I think that there are a lot of police unions and GOP operatives that would like for us to believe that this recent crime wave has everything to do with this idea of defunding the police. But guess what? Stephanie? The police haven't been defunded. You actually look at the 50 largest cities, law enforcement spending as a share of the general expenditure in each of those cities actually rose slightly from 13.6% to 13.7% and many of the cities that have Talked about removing that money like Minneapolis and Seattle. They've actually paused or slowed how they were thinking about moving that money. So this rising crime is not. The fault of the movement is actually the fault of the police. And this has been our point all along. So this is I mean, Listen, folks, you Don't hate the player hate the game, right? You almost have to respect the level of lying that went on there. You're like, Wow, that is some That's some black

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GOP Ready to Block Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

GOP Ready to Block Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

"A late afternoon showdown is on tap in the Senate where Republicans are set to reject an expansive voting and elections bill known as the for the people lacked supporters call it the civil rights issue of the era it imperative with G. O. P. controlled states passing restrictive voting laws but Mitch McConnell's Republicans are all but certain to use the filibuster and block debate stop the partisan power grab saying Democrats want to solidify their own power by boosting the federal role in elections Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sees it as expanding voting rights for all Americans and says the GOP instead wants voter suppression there is a rock a rock at the center of the modern Republican Party the focal raise key questions about the limits of bipartisanship and whether a filibuster rules should change Sager mag ani at the White House

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U. S. Senate, Jen Psaki And GOP discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

U. S. Senate, Jen Psaki And GOP discussed on AP News Radio

"The U. S. Senate is poised for showdown today with a test vote plan for a sweeping federal elections bill it's called the for the people act and it's a top priority for Democrats to ensure access to polling places and mail in ballots for elections pushed harder even now in response to some GOP led states imposing tighter restrictions this year but White House press secretary Jen Psaki points out most GOP lawmakers are opposed they've been clear of the Republican Party and Republicans in the Senate they do not want to make it easier to vote they do not want to make it more

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Paid in full? Biden, GOP struggle over infrastructure costs

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Paid in full? Biden, GOP struggle over infrastructure costs

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting negotiations on an infrastructure package appeared to gain momentum president Joe Biden re entered negotiations on a roughly one trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure package Monday but the key stumbling block remains how to pay for it the president hosted two key democratic senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Christensen above Arizona at the White House and later the two senators met with others in the bipartisan group at the capitol one Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine and one Democrat senator Jon tester of Montana emerged sounding upbeat Collins told reporters there was significant progress tester said the bipartisan group is very close to having a full proposal that could come together as soon as Tuesday Mike Rossio Washington

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Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge to Affordable Care Act

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge to Affordable Care Act

"And then also pay attention to local officials as well. Landfall may occur anywhere from near the Texas Louisiana border to the western part of the Florida Panhandle number two the Supreme Court's latest rejection of a Republican effort to dismantle the affordable care act signals and knew that the GOP must look beyond repealing the law off if it wants to hold the nation's healthcare problems into a winning political issue. Thursday. 72 ruling was the third time the court has rebuffed challenges to the health care overhaul. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the Affordable Care Act has

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Voting Bill Showdown Looms as GOP Rejects Joe Manchin Plan

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

Voting Bill Showdown Looms as GOP Rejects Joe Manchin Plan

"The U. S. Senate will vote early next week on a sweeping rewrite of voting and election laws designed to respond to states that have been passing new voter restrictions Democrats appear to be rallying around a new proposal which has been slimmed down to win the support of West Virginia senator Joe Manchin whose vote would be needed to reach a simple majority but because the bill is not filibuster proof it could be doomed to by GOP opposition if US solution in search of a problem Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says there's no need for federal legislation despite changes made in several GOP led states after last November's election I've taken a look at all these new state laws none of them are designed to suppress the vote the Democrats bill would soften new state laws which add Polding restrictions like less mail in balloting and photo ID's Jackie Quinn Washington

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Democrats Battle Republican-Led Voting Curbs in Georgia

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:09 min | Last week

Democrats Battle Republican-Led Voting Curbs in Georgia

"Well we faced a democracy crisis when the president of the united states called georgia's secretary of state on january second and told him to quote find eleven thousand seven hundred and eighty votes. We survived that crisis because the georgia secretary of state refused to lie about the vote. Count and change the vote count so that donald trump could win the state of georgia. Instead of joe biden. Republicans in georgia do not want that to happen again and so they have removed the secretary of state from the position of authority in the aftermath of an election and they have moved georgia closer to the possibility of cheating the vote out next time. Donald trump calls an asks them to do that. And george is not the only state that is trying to make it for donald trump to call and tell them how many votes he needs to win an election. I guess tonight. Ari berman has studied the new election. Laws passed by republican state. Legislatures this year and says quote. These bills are part of the greatest assault on voting rights since the end of reconstruction and they raised the likelihood of a nightmare. Scenario or gop controls state legislatures use their increased power to override a democratic victory in twenty twenty four or persuade republicans in congress if they regain power in two thousand twenty two to do the same republicans are trying to make it more difficult to vote in areas where democratic turnout is. Strong democrats have fought that kind of voter suppression in the past but they have never had to fight republican attempts to change what happens after people vote the washington. Post calls. That the most dangerous thing but republican. Legislators are doing now. The washington post reports potentially most dangerous legislatures are giving themselves the right to interfere in vote counting and election disputes. While tying the hands of secretaries of state to rule impartially

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Hundreds Protest Joe Manchin's Opposition to Voting Law Overhaul

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Hundreds Protest Joe Manchin's Opposition to Voting Law Overhaul

"Protesters held a rally in March in West Virginia Monday night to show their anger at U. S. senator Joe Manchin for his opposition to a new voting rights act hundreds of demonstrators marched through Charleston West Virginia and on to the local office of U. S. senator Joe Manchin mentions a Democrat but often sides with the GOP minority in a narrowly divided Senate he opposes eliminating the sixty vote requirement to break a filibuster which would allow Democrats to pass agenda items without Republican support a situation that makes mansion a high profile king maker of sorts protesters note he's also against a fifteen dollar minimum wage and the price of president Biden's massive infrastructure plan one protester says of mansion we're not on the same page I'm Jackie Quinn

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Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

On The Media

02:09 min | Last week

Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

"Is critical Race theory? Yes. So critical Race theory began around the 19 seventies with the law professor Derrick Bell and a couple of other legal scholars trying to understand the ways. That race and American law intersected how history of slavery and segregation was sort of codified and continue to influence American law Today. Adam Harris is a staff writer at the Atlantic. His most recent article was titled The GOP S Critical Race Theory Obsession, Harris says. One of the first instances we started to see critical race theory being used as a political bludgeon was in the early 19 nineties, President Bill Clinton nominated Atlantic near to the Justice Department. She was a legal scholar who done a lot of work and voting rights and conservatives effectively used her previous work in voting rights to sort of tag her as someone who was arguing for racial quotas in voting for the amount of seats that people should hold on city councils. They also tagged her as championing a radical school of thought. Called Critical Race Theory. Amid mounting pressure from conservatives, President Clinton has withdrawn his nomination of Lani Guinier to head up the Justice Department's civil rights division, claiming veneers writings lent themselves to views that he could not embrace the president cut her loose rather than fight a divisive battle on Capitol Hill. From there you have A kind of dormant period. It's not really until after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the murder of Trayvon Martin, the Jesse Jackson like race profiteer race grievance industry says everything's about race. America's a racist nation. You see a mention of critical race theory after a video surfaces of President Barack Obama hugging Derek Bell in 1990, you know When he was a law student at Harvard Law. The president is actually kind of aligning himself here with a well known campus radical. There is a conservative back last thing that he believes in this radical critical race theory. And then they're a kind of a couple of mentions up until 2020 shortly after George Floyd is murdered, You start to see a

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Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

"Hapless CNN hose it Brianna Keeler. It's trying to question a fantastic GOP rep from the West Coast of Florida happens to be black doesn't matter to conservatives. It matters everything to liberals, and she tries to put him in a spot in corner and but she hasn't realized Byron Donald's a lot smarter than her. Check this out. You have defended President Trump. You think that your defense of a person that said things like that might be incongruent with the mission of the CBC? First of all whatever the president said in the past has nothing to do with this discussion at all. I think Well, you defend you've defended you've defended. Don't cut me off. I didn't have not cut you off in his interview, Please do not do that to me. Thank you As a black man in America. I'm allowed to have my own thoughts on who I choose to support who I choose not to support. I think that it's important whether you're talking about the Congressional Black Caucus or the Florida State Legislative Black Caucus or the National Caucus of State black legislators organizations. I have been a part of in the past. My support of President Trump has been consistent, but at the same time I've had the ability to advocate for issues, ideas proposals. And funding that have helped the black community in my state. You're talking to somebody who my first three years in college was at Florida A and M and Hbcu. So whether my support my support for President Trump. Whether it's for or against is irrelevant. That has nothing to do with this discussion. This is whether the ideology of somebody who is conservative is welcome in the Congressional Black Caucus. It's really that simple and so to bring up President Trump to try to make this about him does not matter. It's irrelevant. It has nothing to do with the situation in hand. Yes, Yes. Hold on for the fox nation. Years. This is standing. Jim. If I'm off to my concern, yes Stand to go. Byron Donald's spectacular Nice job. I'm here alone in the studio. If we had a peanut gallery in the studio, they'd be around clapping to love this guy again, folks, the bench in the Republican Party is deep. The bench on the Democrat side is pathetic. It's

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McConnell: 'Good Chance' for Infrastructure Deal After Talks Unravel

Glenn Beck

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McConnell: 'Good Chance' for Infrastructure Deal After Talks Unravel

"President Biden may not be involved anymore, but infrastructure talks continue foxes Jared Halpern live at the Capitol. The top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell says lawmakers have not given up on striking a bipartisan agreement on infrastructure. The reiterates GOP opposition to raising tax rates to do so. But there are other ways to incredibly pay for a major infrastructure bill, and I think it's good chance we've got there. A group of five Senate Democrats, five Senate Republicans have opened talks on finding consensus. So too, is the bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus. Those talks follow a breakdown in negotiations by Republican Senator Shelley Moore capital and President Biden after differences could not be solved over the size and scope of spending and how to pay

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"gop" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"gop" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Liz cheney man. That lady is a representative of the very desiccated. Shallow ridiculous liberal wing of the party. That for i don't know the past twenty thirty years or so but has really fallen out of favor especially in beginning in two thousand sixteen and certainly through twenty twenty liz. Cheney was one of the only people on the republican side to vote to impeach president trump. even though she's in house republican leadership kevin mccarthy. Who was the republican leader in. The house has finally come out and said you know this list cheney lady. She's really making things tough. Mccarthy made a good point he said there is a responsibility. if you're going to be in leadership leaders eat last and when leaders tried to go out and not work as one team. It creates difficulties when he says leaders eat last is referring to a buffet. Line go out there and you gotta make sure all your guys are fed. I you gotta make sure you're taking care of all the people in your team but liz. Cheney doesn't do that. Because liz cheney is not really a republican and and what i mean by that i'm not just think she's a rhino this this very often overused line. What i'm saying is she doesn't care at all about the party obviously not. She didn't vote for the republican for president. I don't think she didn't twenty sixteen. She certainly didn't in twenty twenty then. She voted to impeach him. Liz cheney represents her wing of the democratic party. Call it the neo cons. That's the term usually applied to it. Meaning people who are very very much supportive of adventurism abroad american empire abroad but don't particularly care for conservative priorities at home. That group of people made up one third of the reagan coalition. You had the war hawk. Former democrat types in the reagan coalition. then you add the economic libertarians. And then you had the traditional conservatives and the religious right in there as well and for the past thirty years or so. After the cold war wouldn't this coalition has been trying to hobble along the traditional conservatives. They always cave. The religious right always caves we go along we get in line. We go along with. Say the the libertarian. Sometimes cave to particularly on foreign policy but whatever we go along we get along we go we go with the nominee and then that third group those war hawk ex-liberal neo-con whatever words. You want to use. They don't go along. The they saw candidate that they don't like namely donald trump. they're out they become never trump they vote for some egg mcmuffin candidate they in twenty twenty vote for joe biden many of them. Well then you can't be part of the coalition you can't a political coalition doesn't work that way if two constituent parts of it always give up everything for the team and then the third part the minute they don't get their way they don't go along with it then you're just not on the team. And that's the issue with liz cheney here i suspect actually the reason cheney's talking about running. Twenty twenty. four is because she knows that her chances of surviving a primary are very very low for her congressional race so she is trying to pretend like she's going to run for something else. No that isn't going to happen. Liz cheney is the past of the gop raises this question if she's the past than what is the future. What is the future of the gop and we have all. Everyone has a different sorts of answers. I've got a very basic answer. That i think is the bare minimum if the gop is to have a future if the gop is going to survive the gop needs to be the party of doing things doing things for a long time. The i know this sounds very basic. But it's something that the republican party. I think needs to here for a very long time. The gop predicated its entire identity on not doing things they took this sort of. Pseudo quasi libertarian language of you know if the government that governs best governs. Least you know the governor anytime. The government does anything. It's a taxation is theft. Whatever all these kinds of slogans the minute the government passes any laws overregulation. We gotta get rid of that. We got to cut taxes. We gotta do less and less and less. now i never was particularly coherent. Certainly isn't coherent right now. Going up against the liberal establishment that controls everything the gop vision. That will have a future. If it is to have a future is gop that does things give you an example. The montana legislature yesterday passed a bill prohibiting employers from requiring their employees to get the covid vaccine condition of employment. This is a a regulation that will be passed to create a new requirement for businesses to impede what businesses want to do this big government. If ever i saw it. And i love it. 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"gop" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"gop" Discussed on WTOP

"GOP and 11, 38 traffic and weather On the eighths we have Rob Stallworth and the W T o P Traffic Center Outer Loop in Virginia, leaving the George Washington Parkway headed toward the Dulles toll road urine to delay the crashes on the outer loop at the tall roadblock in the right lane and also a single right lane Getting by on that ramp to go westbound onto the Dulles Toll road. No problems. 1 66 eastbound. You do have brief delay. He's passing 1 23 headed toward Nutley Street as your lanes go to 43 along the left side. It's westbound 66 atthe route 29 in Centerville. Still, with that crash, blocking the left lane south on 95, often on the breaks between Lorton and 1, 23 North Bend, I 95 after the rapid handing river as you head toward families may have that mobile potholed crew in the REL ain't blocking at least one lane north bound beyond that towards Springfield Interchange. You're pretty good. No problems all night 3 95 as you head up to and across the 14th Street Bridge and the district South Down D C to 95 near East Capitol Street may have the right lane blocked for that particular work zone North bound in the third Street tunnel after Massachusetts Avenue, the work toward New York Avenue, blocking the left lane Otherwise Maryland, the Beltway, the interlude between the BW Parkway and Route 50 Jon Hansen Highway. That mobile Street sweeping crew is clear from the left side of the roadway, but the work still remains on the loop. To 14 Central Avenue and blocking the right lane South down to 70 beyond one on nine still, with the single right lane getting hit by that particular work zone. No problems being reported to us on route 50, as you had to, or from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge receive a $5 rebate by trading up any non contact thermometer toward an extra Jin purchased at any retailer. Details at ex surgeon dot com I'm Rob Stallworth w T o P traffic Now over, we go to Storm team for meteorologist Chuck Bell. The rest of your Friday will be equally sunny and breezy. Northwest winds averaging 15 to 20 MPH for most of the afternoon will keep Windchills in the thirties. Today, even though afternoon highs.

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"gop" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

14:03 min | 5 months ago

"gop" Discussed on What A Day

"gop" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"gop" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This was a big weekend. For republicans here in the commonwealth party members convened in a parking lot in littleton to reelect jim lyons state party chair in thirty nine to thirty six vote over his challenger. State representative sean dooley of norfolk. Lions is an ardent trump supporter and has frequently clashed with. Gop governor charlie baker. He didn't respond to our request to join us today as has been the case with several previous invitations. Meanwhile on saturday at least ten republican. Us senators announced. They'll object to certifying. The electoral college results this wednesday and the republican secretary of state of georgia had an hour long call with president trump and some of his lawyers on saturday in which trump repeatedly asked secretary. Brad rapids burger to quote unquote. Find exactly enough votes to declare him the winner there. They are ready ballots in my opinion based on what i've heard and they are removing machinery And then moving fast as they can both of which are criminal fines. And you can't let happen and you are letting it happen all you know i mean i'm notifying you that you're letting it happen so all i wanna do is this. I just wanna find Eleven thousand seven hundred eighty loads which is one more that we have because we want to say that recording there courtesy of the washington post. So there's a lot to take in and no matter. The outcome of wednesday's usually pro forma session in congress. What is going to be the relationship between this. Gop and democratic republic going forward. How and will that play out. How should that play out here in massachusetts across the country. Join the conversation with your thoughts. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five. We have two great guests trying to help us make sense of it all today. Judge nancy gertner retired. Federal judge and senior lecturer at harvard. Law school judge gertner is also wbrc legal analyst and wb our senior political reporter. Anthony brooks judge gertner anthony. Welcome back to both of you. Got to be back great to have you. I'm going to start locally. We're going to get to that explosive phone call in a little bit. Anthony turn to you. And i want to start with the re election. Although it was a narrow reelection of jim lyons as the state chairman of the mass. Gop what does this signal to you that he won in this. Vote over representative. Sean dooley well it. Signals that The massachusetts republican party Is pretty much tied to donald trump in a big way. I mean steve. Lyons jim lyons was very much a trump supporter as as you mentioned and To be part of a very small party has to be said in a party that You know has been looking for a way to grow over the last couple of election cycles and and hasn't been able to do that will continue under under mr lines and we'll see how that goes You know his challenger was hoping to i think. Sort of hugh more to the middle. Shaun dooley the state rep from norfolk Talk to me before christmas. Saying things like we're obviously going backwards. He felt the message. Messaging was poor that there was a problem with the brand in tying itself so closely to president trump but a lot of massachusetts republicans feel differently and they stuck with lions and listeners. We want to know from you. Did the commonwealth's Republicans make the right call with jim. Lyons as the head of the state. Party are massachusetts senators on the right side of history. What about the republican senators. Who are going to contest the torri. College vote on wednesday eight hundred four two three eight two five five judge gartner. I want to play some sound for you..

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"gop" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"gop" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Who liked the racial populism and the phobic populism to i don't necessarily give economic populism per se that much credit for trump's success so spinning this forward to some extent after two thousand twelve. The republican party had this famous postmortem. Wear basically the quote was that voters have colored. Don't think that the party likes them or wants them. In the country that going forward the republican party had to be more to voters caller. That was not really the strategy that president trump took although he may have been more successful at least in two thousand twenty where the voters of color then mitt romney ever was. He's taking the republican party down a different path. It's still a path where they have a minority of voters at least right now and even in two thousand sixteen but again the national popular vote doesn't matter what could the republican party due to give itself a better chance of winning majority to me. It's like you a racist comments fewer medicaid. It's not the gated. But i don't know that that's where the party is right now and i don't i don't know that that kinda voice would win the primary but i do think i'm not sure. What ron santa's economic agenda is but i think that if he's not as focused on the sort of medicaid cuts in that part of this austerity part. That would probably help. I don't think it's hard to imagine a republican. Winning a majority of the voting is harder. imagine a republican who can win the majority of votes winning. The primary of the question is becoming even have to run for president on fox news conservativism. The yes you're in trouble. If you can run something else you could probably make california convention. Even as long as you don't have to run on fox news republicanism but i don't know how you change. 'cause i mean there are forty seven percent on fox news republicanism so i don't know why you would annoy your base to go for fifty one percents of things that they don't like that much. It's kinda funny. That like gale. You asked the question about what can the gop due to win a majority. And like both terry. And i kind of had a pregnant pause because it seems like it's not even like really up for consideration writers care too that yeah they don't really need to. I suppose right. If joe biden has a really suffers term than parties can win broad anti incumbent majorities at times again. it's hard to point to any single individual. Republican is being here. She is the model of what this would look like. You know maybe nikki haley. Your are some buddy like that. Potentially but like i think republicans think kind of okay. Well what if you have someone who is two thirds of the way to trump but a little bit more presentable. I kind of wonder if it might need to be reverse right. Probably his two thirds of the way toward being.

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"gop" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

05:10 min | 7 months ago

"gop" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Have an impact on turnout. And in addition to just that suggestion from lynnwood the apparent civil war going on right now between republicans who want georgia republicans to do more to try to overturn the election and not state and georgia republicans. Who are saying no. I don't think so. This is an interesting story. That trump in republicans are really trashing. The secretary of state a lot because he's been very emphatic. That trump laws to these republican too. So there is a republican divide in the state but this is like a hugely important election. If you're a republican voter your choices to stay home and potentially give joe biden and kamala harris a trifecta. I doubt you're going to do that. I mean look. These races are so close. That i guess if maybe fifteen thousand people. Lynn woods words. That's enough so i wouldn't dismiss it 'cause the race close but i tend to think these things are going to be much less important than what the four candidates are i know. Trump's always a factor. I think this is like it is an important race where people's partisanship in sort of their leanings. Much worse than any sort of like intraparty fights that probably are more reticent with the media and leads then with regular votes. yeah. I don't know. I mean little things can matter. It was close in november. And it's close in the polling so if you have like this if if the runoffs by one point then lynnwood will not be a very popular man among republicans. Don't think well some other context here. Is that president. Trump has been saying for five years. American elections are rigged and there was record. Republican turn out in november so it seems like even if that is one of the messages. It doesn't necessarily dissuade people from voting again. You mentioned small numbers. Do we know what the small numbers of people may be from the polling who believed that the elections are truly rigged Vote actually might not matter versus just taking the partisan position of. Oh yeah while. I wanna trump to win. So i'm just gonna say like yes. Trump should have one end. The election was right. I mean i don't quite know how you would see that in the polling because these people who wouldn't turn out see i mean there is some polling suggests that turnout will be worse the gop in the runoff than in the regular election which could mean a few things it could be this thing about..

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"gop" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"gop" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"About the georgia runoff elections and also some of the challenges facing the gop electorally. In comparison to the conversation we had last week about the challenges facing the democratic party. So georgia i when it comes to the runoff elections there according to our averages jon ossoff and david purdue are essentially tied. I think there's separated by a third of a point. Raphael warnock is leading. Kelly left floor by two points but again especially at this point with limited polling. People should certainly view that as a tie. We're leading this off talking about polling averages in the wake of election that rightly or wrongly perhaps dissuaded people from paying attention to the polls they of course underestimated republicans in november in some states more than other states. Do we see any reason to second. Guess the polling at this point in time in the georgia runoff elections with a couple of things. Here number. one it's still kind of early in this runoff. We have almost a month to go so and sometimes races gravitate toward the fundamentals only late in the race and so it's a little early to be back said on the polling is inherently hard to believe. These races are close. It shouldn't be really. We had a general election just a month ago and that was very close in georgia both for the presidency which by one in the senate races you would ordinarily expect that in a mid term type environment that there's a backlash against the incumbent party except biden hasn't become president yet and trump is trying to make you forget that biden won the election and we'll become president and so that might be short-circuiting some of the normal processes right. You're not having checks and balances argument that you might. You have in leffler and purdue to fairly problematic candidates leffler ran very far to right in the first stage of this. She hasn't appointed elected incumbent. Appointed incumbents tend to not carry the protections irregular incumbents. Meanwhile as well as left there have both been an adhesive term implicated. It's made me too strong. But like their questions about a lot of stock trades. They have made while members of the us senate and whether those are above board or not. So it's not the perfect circumstances for the gop and georgia's increasingly purple. I suppose to bed still probably bet on republicans especially in that leffler race. It wouldn't completely shock me given how close if you had a one.

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"gop" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

06:21 min | 8 months ago

"gop" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"This morning, we talked about key congressional races to watch on election day. One aspect that both parties have been paying attention to is diversity Democrats and Republicans are working to increase diversity in their ranks, but it's been a tougher challenge for the GOP joining me now to talk more about their efforts is wall. Street. Journal. Congressional reporter Natalie Andrews Hi. Natalie. Thanks for being here. Thank you. So. Not only what can you tell us about the Republican Party's efforts to diversify its ranks in twenty eight? After the Midterm Elections Republicans in the house were criticized for a low amount of women and people of Color in the house. The numbers dropped because some people ascended to higher office and because there were retirements but it stood in stark contrast to the Democrats who had increased diversity, a number of women in their ranks and so house minority leader Kevin. McCarthy made this a priority to make sure he was supporting women and people of Color in races, and this was also something he was that was done after other lawmakers in the conference pushed him to do. So what have been some of the challenges for the GOP in becoming more diverse? The platform of the Republican Party has not always reached out specifically to black people and Democrats have historically represented majority minority districts and have focused on issues that impact minorities we have the congressional black caucus is entirely democratic right now, and they have an agenda that they say appeals to black people in America And we've seen that at times the president has made comments that do not win over black voters. He has made comments that members of his own party have called racially charged or even racist, which has been a problem with Republicans as they try to increase their ranks. So. What can you tell us about this year's GOP candidates for the house. In the house, the Republicans are set to lose. Their soul black. Republican lawmaker and that is will heard and so after Mr heard announced his retirement, a lot of is went to. Own, my goodness, they're losing their one black man in their caucus in. So we sent out to look at how they're recruiting efforts had gone to diversify, and they are set to have at least one black man come to Congress next year that would be Byron donalds in he is running in a safe Republican district in. Florida it's in the Naples area. He's been a state lawmaker for the past four years and has been involved in local tea party groups and various Republican groups for. About a decade. So that is really the one lawmaker who looks like he's coming to the house next year, and then there's a few competitive races such as in Utah, Burgess Owens is challenging Ben McAdams and in Texas in the Houston suburbs Wesley Hunt is running against congressman lizzy Fletcher in Texas. How does that compare to what we're seeing among? Democrats, in the House, this election Democrats are set to increase their diversity. We've seen a few people of Color winning primaries or win in safe districts. So. We do expect their numbers to grow but this is something that Democrats have placed a priority on and they do tend to speak to minority groups specifically, whereas Republicans often talk about how they don't want to be focused on so-called identity politics and reach out to groups specifically instead they want their policies such as economic policies to. Ring true to voters and have them vote and that's one thing that when I talked to Byron donalds he spoke about that. He doesn't want to be the mold of what a black person is in politics. He's a conservative he talks about criminal justice reform. He introduced himself to voters by calling himself a strong trump supporting gun owning liberty loving pro-life, politically incorrect black man and those are the Republicans that we're seeing running for Congress this year. How about compared to what we're seeing in the? Senate in the Senate, there is one block Republican Tim Scott and two block Democrats Comma Harris and Cory Booker. There are a few black candidates who are Republican, who are challenging Democrats and the one that we're watching very closely is John James and Michigan that become competitive if it swings his way, he'll join tim. Scott. In the Republican Conference Natalie, you mentioned the midterms in two thousand eighteen which resulted in a record number of women being elected to Congress overall. How is Congress doing in terms of diversifying representation? When you look at the numbers, Congress is still white in as a majority. There are fifty three blockhouse lawmakers including the delegates fifty, two of those are Democrats. So those numbers are slowly increasing and when you incorporate women, LGBT members, people of Color Democrats will say that half of their caucus belongs to one of those diverse groups. But that still means that trunk of the caucus is white men, which is obviously what's been members of Congress predominantly since the beginning of the country and on the Republican side, Kevin McCarthy worked. To increase diversity this year, they had a record number of candidates run for office who were black. It's just a lot of those candidates ran in districts that are safely democratic, and so there weren't as many that ran in districts that were winnable for Republicans and we do have these swings seats that we're watching, but overall the sixty four. So candidates that Republicans had enter the race a lot of those were in safe Democratic Seats Wall Street Journal Congressional reporter Natalie Andras Natalie. Thanks so much for being here..

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"gop" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"gop" Discussed on Start Here

"We keep talking about it's on it's off it's on what's happening well, extreme mixed messages from the White House helped any of this we'll republicans want to do. We have a hard time with Nancy Pelosi she thinks she can influence the election. And I think they're hurting themselves by not doing it but the Republicans want to do it we WANNA do. Stimulus we want to help the airlines again because. Remember the president said everything's off I'm cancelling. All of the all of the negotiations until after the election if I'm elected, I'll get all kinds of stuff done. But then he changed his tune saying he wanted both sides to go big the back realizing perhaps the era of is ways ahead of an election. So there know they've tried to put these back on into the treasury secretary has offered a one point eight close to one point nine, trillion dollar by A. Compromise deal that he put on the table over the weekend with the speaker of the House. You want to go to the White House. What's the best way to work this out now? The White House it's one of the most dangerous places. In, the country she turned that down saying, Hey, look, there's no national plan for testing not enough money for testing tracing treatment. There is no standalone bill without a bigger bill, and so they're still at the negotiating table but I would tell you Brad. There are a lot of people that are saying including Mitch McConnell in the Senate. It doesn't look like this is a deal that's going to happen before McConnell. McConnell, it's like it's becoming clear. You can rush things through the Senate right now it's just not this. Legislation is harder he wants more of his Republicans signed on and they're not willing to go as high as two trillion dollars. The White House is signaling. They might go that high as two trillion, but you're going to lose almost all Senate Republicans. It's hard to see what the path forward would be toward a deal at this point. And if you want an example of just how important this is, you can look at Lindsey Graham, he was supposed to a debate with his Senate challenger. This weekend will refuse to get a covid tasks. He said he didn't need one but a lot of people suspected it's because he didn't want to get one because God forbid he tests positive he wouldn't be able to. Preside over these hearings his debate basically it's canceled. He's getting demolished in fundraising all of a sudden. It just shows you that the confirmation of Amy. CONYBEARE. It takes precedence among all else right now in the GOP Senate that even if it costs you your Senate race, that is clearly where the priority lies fascinating stuff we'll wait for today Trish in Washington. Thank you..

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"gop" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"gop" Discussed on WTOP

"Your GOP news time It is now 2 28 That means it's time for traffic and weather on the eights, and we're gonna head over to rob Stone worth in the W T o p Traffic center. Thanks, Michelle raining on the Beltway in Virginia between Annandale in Tyson's on the loop as head past Braddock Road, still, with the broken down, blocking the left lane. Errol board and two state troopers on scene and now even in tow truck there to help get it out of the roadway on the inner loop after Braddock Road in the left lane, westbound 66 leaving the Beltway headed toward Gainesville, This was near the Fairfax County Park, where we had the left lane blocked for one broken down there. Has been cleared over to the left shoulder with of course, Arrow board on scene on the left shoulder as you head past Monument Drive up the hill toward the Fairfax County Parkway West found on I 66 continuing south on I 95 watch for delays, leaving the Springfield interchange headed toward 1 23 in Woodbridge. We had an earlier crash. Near Route one in Woodbridge on the right shoulder causing. Some are looking delays. But they are brief as continue across the Aqua Kwan and down 1 23 South bound with one on the Occoquan River Bridge. That's where we had the crash blocking the right lane. North bound I 95 off on the brakes, leaving Fredericksburg headed toward the Rappahannock River with Lane's available to you for traveling on the Route three eastbound near I 95. Getting the first report of a crash there, so watch out as you travel eastbound on Route three, headed toward I 95. No problems on I 3 95 as you make your way past its road headed up to and across the 14th Street Bridge. The lanes are indeed available in the district on the Southeast Southwest Freeway between the 11th Street Bridge in the 14th Street Bridge and no problems on I 2 95 or D, c 2 95 As you leave National Harbor headed toward Eastern Avenue. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p traffic. Not a storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets. We've got sunshine today in temperatures right around 90 degrees, but it is sticky feels like.

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"gop" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"gop" Discussed on WTOP

"On W. GOP. It is only July. All kinds of things could happen between now and election Day. Still, it's probably safe to say there are at least three factors voters are weighing as they decide between President Trump and Joe Biden. The first, of course, is he's handling of the pandemic. The president's handling of covert 19 even as cases rise in many parts of the country, the second, maybe racial justice and a demand for major change in how people of color are treated in the U. S. And the third is this big story about Russian bounties being paid to Taliban fighters to kill America? Kans in Afghanistan. President Trump tells Fox business He doesn't believe the intelligence I think it's a hoax. I think it's a hoax by the newspapers and the Democrats. President was asked. What if it is true if it did happen? The Russians would hear about it, and anybody else would hear about it that was involved. Joining us live. John Harris, founding editor of Politico and John. Up Until now, we've heard from the president's handlers on this, including the National Security advisor. Now, Mr Trump is speaking out. What do you make of his reaction? Well, he's going to a familiar playbook, which is the same that serious allegations are hopes and hope That's enough to rally his side that they behind him. Ah, he's used that an impeachment use that basically with every important controversy that's come before He's never had one arrived with this terrible timing. As you point out on all three of those issues. He's really on the defensive. Let's hear what the president told Fox business about the pandemic. I think that at some point that's going to sort of just disappear. I hope You still believe so disappear? Do Ideo? Yeah, sure, Some point. And I think we're gonna have a vaccine very soon, too so taking in account that that sound bite. Which of the three items do you think we'll have the most impact on the president's reelection isn't the pandemic and our major concerns about health and economy? I think it is because those clearly on turn trajectories are going to last all the way through the balance of the year. Whatever else comes into the news cycle, we know that the shutdown And the economic effects of that shut down Ah, and the continuation of the disease. We know almost to a certainty that those were goingto remained very much in the forefront. Of the news and they're correctly there might a frame this whole election year. Joe Biden's campaign has been described by some as less is Mohr. How do you think he's doing with the carefully chosen appearances and remarks? Well, I would agree with that lessons Mohr because ah, really, what he's doing with that strategy is keeping this weighs about President Trump and his record on and basically all the polling, including a politico morning console pull just today shows six out of 10 voters disapprove. Of President Trump's performance. 75% of the country thinks we're on the wrong track. So as long as Biden can make this keep the discussion about President Trump. Ah ah, he's in good shape. Of course, President Trump is trying Tio frame this as Ah. More of a choice between he and bind rather than a referendum on his own record. Politico co founder John Harris with this life Thank you, sir. It is now 5 16 just a little late to get into sports. But first, how did we do on Wall Street, closing the trading day with Geoff Owens today Lower, but the NASDAQ closed at a record money news in 10 minutes on double deal. Sports at 15 and.

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"gop" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"gop" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Holiday gift ever when he switched to the GOP last month after he refused to support Democrats impeachment efforts the term faithful began their pilgrimage over the weekend and the crowd is expected to grow as the day wears on in Wildwood Alice stacked in rows sini W. O. R. news rally takes place amid the shadow of the Senate impeachment trial John Bolton's allegations of a quid pro quo with Ukraine down given Democrats new momentum in their push for witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial the White House just twenty four hours ago bracing for the possibility of witnesses Bolton props others but they are increasingly confident they can prevent the witnesses from being called they're basically arguing this would pro long the trial considerably because there would be legal challenges that's the case they're making to those for moderates they're also making the point that even if John Bolton is called to testify even if he says everything that was reported in his book it will not change the final vote on removing Donald Trump from office it's correspondent Jonathan Karl meanwhile we're just a week from the Iowa caucuses and there's a clear front runner less than a week until the Iowa caucus Bernie Sanders is rising in the Hawkeye state the reason we are going to win here in our world is we have the strongest grass roots movement all the any campaign the recent New York times poll showing Bernie Sanders on top in Iowa with twenty five percent of voters jets trailing with eighteen percent Joe Biden with seventeen percent and of course want to leave a pilgrim before that deadly crash the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter apparently tried to avoid a cloud layer helicopter made a left turn and slammed into a mountain side killing all nine people aboard at last report from the coroner's office here they only recovered three of the nine bodies so far that they're still searching for the rest of the human remains it is a tough scene and still the corner has not been able to identify any of the bodies so none of the official ID's have been really that's correspondent Alex stone of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial in Manhattan several more witnesses are set to take the stand yesterday one seems former production assistant teared up as she talked about one scenes alleged sexual assault on her in his Manhattan apartment the defense then pointed to a friendly email she had sent to one Steve a couple years after the encounter later this week to women who accuse one scene of wrongdoing expected to detail their encounter and then one of the major to users in the case of claims Weinstein raped her will take the stand I'm Scott from will double your dues prosecutors want to talk to prince Andrew about his relationship with Jeffrey obscene the convicted paedophile but he says they're not cooperating during a interview with the BBC back in November Andrew said he had no idea what Jeffrey Epstein was up to she has quite obviously conducted himself in a manner unbecoming I'm the coming he was a sex offender I'm sorry I'm being polite and the prince pledged cooperation with the investigation but federal prosecutors here in New York say he's been no help in the investigation and abstains alleged sex trafficking continues even after up sting hanged himself in a New York jail cell.

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"gop" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"gop" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"So it's there's a thing. It's going to. Would will do it's going these these these these legislatures who are overwhelmingly white and male seeing them take away power to incoming female politicians is going to backfire. And there was a New York time opinion piece by someone. I don't remember who it was. But it was essentially that we should just let them do it and not even fight it because it's going to backfire so God damn hard on them. I don't necessarily agree with that. But I I like the scorched earth sentiment behind it. It is it does seem like one of those things like this is what's so like shortsighted about it is it seems something that only will have consequences. Like, I just don't know whom he will not be good. No, not especially when you see it as a pattern of other states doing it. Also makes me think you Bill. You don't have those bills that would happen. State-by-state gut reformed the trap laws all these all these things that would come up, and they're basically like madly laws. I wonder if this is not something that is being. Being propelled by some bigger entity. Do you to know because student two states are doing it? Someone told me recently that the declaration of independence and the Bill of rights are both in the vault in mount Rushmore. Do you think that's true? With the person. Budget say soon out the Smithsonian. No fake. I think maybe someone told me national treasure venture story. The other thing that's in there like the seeds for tomatoes, and carrots and stuff. No, the biography of the man who built the vault that's Kino's. This this bullshit. It's ridiculous looking at. Okay. I can't wait. Okay. So I'll give you this quote because a lot of GOP state GOP people are not ju p p national archives. I bought it hook line, and sinker. Yeah possible. Yeah. Okay. Sorry. So we're GOP both of the GOP are not speaking about these these power grab bills. But a one event Dave Robertson who's in. Michigan state Senator when he was asked for comment on the Shannon against he said, this has been discussed for of their for Michigan. Oh, don't you know has been discussed for quite some time. And frankly, I'm capable of inspiration at anytime, including now, so basically saying like this has been in the works. And also we could just come up with bullshit whenever we want because that's right. As people in power right now, also, Mr. Robertson who said all this shit about them doing all this shady garbage. He also wrote the camp campaign finance Bill that passed the Michigan state Senate Thursday and also has himself been sanction for campaign finance violations. So cool. I got two words for these fellas. Quack quack gavel-to-gavel than. That's the sound of words twice that you're repeating once each so four words, but the two, but you words, yeah. And you're not not really word more like an automatic Pia. Yeah. Quack quack gavel-to-gavel that is a sound of a lame duck session. Causing habit on the American democratic system will been okay, actually, the whole seaboard, go crack crack gavel-to-gavel. Ouch. Ouch. That's democracy. Very nice Aaron thank you insane..

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"gop" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"gop" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"GOP leaders have begun schedule for the confirmation vote for judge Brad capitol. The Senate Judiciary committee has scheduled to vote Friday on whether to recommend judge Brett Kavanagh's nomination to the full Senate. It's one day after Cavanaugh and accuser Christine Blasi Ford are set to testify under oath senators have been told to prepare to stay in session over the weekend to begin voting on the nominee with a final vote possible early next week. It's Jackie Quinn reporting. Meanwhile, some conservative members of the house one of four separate attorney general rod Rosenstein to answer some questions, the conservative house freedom caucus has decided deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein should be called before the House Judiciary committee to answer questions about recent reports North Carolina Representative Mark meadows tweeted Tuesday that Rosenstein should be questioned by members on the committee about whether he in fact floated. The idea of secretly recording. President Donald Trump is Washington correspondent Mike Rossier? The house later today. Meanwhile, expected to give final approval to a crucial spending Bill to avert a partial government shutdown at the end of the month, the Bill funds the military at a host of civilian agencies and provides a short term fix to keep the lights on into December. But the president's already called it ridiculous because there's no money for his border wall. That has raised concerns. He might not sign it that is Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes Bill. Cosby will spend time behind bars. A judge yesterday refusing bail in the case in his conviction sexual assault. Cosby did not appear upset upon hearing the sentence. Bill. Cosby seemed in good spirits after the sentencing. Chatting with his spokesman in a lawyer. Andrea Constand the woman Cosby was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting smiled upon hearing. The sentence got hugs from supporters Cosby's wife of fifty four years was not in court correspondent Marty Zarrella. More of these stories at townhall dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management probably been about ten years ago. I had quite a few credit cards the interest on the cards was really high. I was making the minimum payments, but barely and it was just getting to be too much. So I called trinity. If you're in debt, and you.

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"gop" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gop" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Gop will have a onevote majority election officials plan to break the tie by drawing names from a bowl but have postponed that idea the first notguilty verdict in the fief a corruption scandal trial jurors found manuel bird a not guilty of a single racketeering conspiracy charged tuesday fergal the former president peru soccer federation wept in court when the acquittal was announced the verdict coming after two other south american soccer figureheads were found guilty on multiple charges arrested beckoned in 2015 accused of taking millions of dollars in bribes from businessmen seeking to lock of meteorites and influence hosting rights for the world cup and other major torments controlled by fief of fox's met napolitano to other soccer officials were convicted last week 24 have already pled guilty tifa a intends to seek restitution to recover losses a christmas gift caused a scare it a seattle ferry terminal today washington state troopers were notified about a suspicious package underneath a christmas tree in a waiting area it was unmarked and the only gift under the tree prompting authorities to evacuate the terminal and stop service for about a half hour the gift it turns out was the fruit cake fox news fair and balanced uh listen my life changed because someone was there to get me to use drugs no one can understand whether or not they struggled with addiction themselves people seem to think that having someone who will listen is going to help make it better i'm realising that i i need help a muslim i need help i'm realizing that i think that having someone who listen is going to help make it better whether or not they struggled with addiction themselves people seem to understand no one can get me to use drugs my life changed because someone was there to listen one in seven americans will struggle with addiction during their lifetime want to know how you can help go to here to listen dot com for tips and tools to help turn addiction around a public service announcement brought to.

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"gop" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"gop" Discussed on WTMA

"Gop and whether you are four the tax cuts or whether you are against the tax cuts the earth has not opened up today and swallow it us whole sky is not raining balls of fire and the apocalypse is upon us because the president has gotten his tax cut as he promised during the campaign but if you listen to the democrats that is what they say but then again that is what they say about everything their reaction to everything is that people will die whether its net neutrality whether it's repealing obama care whether it's the tax bill they outright lie at thirteen million people will be thrown off healthcare because of the new tax bill we'll play you audio throughout the show of chuck schumer nancy pelosi droning on with these same talking points that i have heard now going back oh 17 years or so class warfare and occupy wall street talking points that they've just been using over and over and over again rose at a place of audio of chuck schumer who really has become a cartoon character and amend needs to step aside he's just he's basically a new york caricature of what a senator is supposed to be just a joke made my my family i grew up in new york grew up in the bronx i know schumer stick he shows up at the train station around a corner every week with his podium gives the dnc talking points and then you know winds is way through and then he's gone but no one's even paying attention to him anymore noone respects chuck schumer he's on the floor the other day and literally on with the same talking points tweaked for the tax bill this time and and people just talking as if he's not you know no respect no decorum anymore because it's chuck schumer we know what he's going to say i can tell you what is going to say next year and the year after it's the same old thing negatively people are going to die but is it working the sad part is yes 33 percent of americans do not like the tax plan okay why well democrats and their lemmings in the.

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"gop" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"gop" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Gop it was a call for more civility so of course there are people on one side so yeah we need more civility impeachment impeachment does not promote civility one eight hundred nine five five 1770s six is our phone number up president trump had some remarks as he was getting onto a hell of after he's going to a houston in part to do political fundraising an area where despite all the publicity and the controversy the republican party with all these problems is out raising democrats and it's none close it's a ratio by more than two to one a people are more more interested in supporting president trump and his agenda than they are and supporting chuck schumer and his agenda even though chuck schumer's agenda can be very easily summarized two one word agenda no that's it the american people do not seem to be overly eager to support for and vote for no but meanwhile president trump is going out he's going to also consult with people about hurricane relief when he's in texas but before he got on board marine one on the white house lawn there he took a number of questions and by the way it it was striking because he seemed to be enjoying himself he seemed to be friendly unusually friend lee toward the press he isn't always and in fact he probably said more than he needed to or should have for instance he was talking he was asked repeatedly about these charges by senator flake and senator corker about the lack of civility and the the bitterness that president trump often expresses about his enemies and his critics in the media and he said this press makes me more uncivil that i am people don't understand i went through an ivy league college i was a night students i did very well i'm a very intelligent person i i the fact is i think i really believe i think the press creates a different image of donald trump than the real burial cursor d if you agree with that tell me how at i think most of the uncivil donald trump that we see is not from reports about backstage in the white house is not reports from unnamed sources from his tweets just read the twitter feed for goodness sake it's not civil and positive often and it's very striking or or it's the way he conduct himself sometimes at press conferences remember that press conference when that dossier first came out.

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