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"geoff diehl" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Jim and i'll tell you. There's an internal fight within the mass. Gop just like. I think you'd admit there's internal struggles within the democratic party. I mean there's there's factions that seem to be a very progressive versus moderate democrats. And i think the same things happening in the mass. Gop only our our. i guess Issues tend to spill out into the press of a bit more so You know. I think it's truthfully a mirror of what's happening nationally. You see the struggle within the national democratic party the national republican party as to. Who's the leader and really what are the. What are the issues. They want to move forward with but But no jim. Jim and i certainly served together in into from two thousand and ten to two thousand eighteen. We we know each other and and you know basically at this point. I think jim is trying to make sure that. The mass gop is focused on supporting all candidates From from a lower level races municipal races all the way up through the legislature whereas the focus in the past has always been just on the top of the ticket. Really the presidential candidate than the governor's candidate every other two years. So i think you know. I see what gyms trying to do and i think there's some resistance to it but i think he'll get past that so lightning round here. Geoff diehl make the case for. Why a republican is the right choice in the corner office for the commonwealth. Well first of all the state has a history. Electing republican governors is the counterbalance to the democratic super majorities in the house and senate. But on top of that you know yes. I may be centre-right governor. Baker may legislate centre-left somewhat. But i think that the democrat nominee if national politics dictate where their policy or where they're thinking is going to be too radical for the state so that's one one thought going into this But on top of that again. I think my experience and work for the people of massachusetts in the past is also going to be an asset. Okay former state representative from whitman. Geoff diehl he is running for the republican nomination for governor here in massachusetts geoff diehl. We hope you will come back and speak with us again as the pancake campaign kinda cranks up sounds good. I appreciate it. thanks for being here. Listeners this is the first in a series of conversations that we plan to bring you this summer with all the major candidates running for governor all right so listening into that conversation with geoff. Diehl is anthony brooks. Wb our senior political reporter. Anthony hi there. Hey sean a nice to be with you so let me just start by asking you what stood out to you from Geoff diehl there. In the case he made to be governor. Well deals proposing to take on one of the more popular governors in the country. So it's a tall order especially because deal himself is running from the trump wing of the republican party in a state that voted two to one against trump. Now as i listened to his interview with you he sounds like he's casting himself a bid as a more more of a moderate republican. But if you're trying to run in the moderate republican lane you know. I think charlie baker pretty much owns that lane. So so that's a tall order for geoff diehl. And if he wants to focus on local issues and move away from his former alignment with trump. You know he's going to have to make that case to voters but moving big swaths of independence away from baker and toward him is going to be his challenge..
"geoff diehl" Discussed on Radio Boston
"That's the issue that <Speech_Male> baker seems to <Speech_Male> benefit from so <Speech_Male> the latest poll. We have <Speech_Male> back <Speech_Male> in march <Speech_Male> From suffolk university <Speech_Male> in the boston globe show <Speech_Male> seven and ten <Speech_Male> massachusetts. <Speech_Male> Voters <Speech_Male> still approve <Speech_Male> of baker. They give him <Speech_Male> high marks <Speech_Male> especially for his <Speech_Male> management of <Speech_Male> the pandemic. <SpeakerChange> So <Silence> he'll be tough to be <Speech_Female> all right. So <Speech_Female> i wanna talk a little bit <Speech_Female> about sequencing here. <Speech_Female> So in the offing. <Speech_Female> We have question marks <Speech_Female> over the heads of attorney. <Speech_Female> General moore <Speech_Female> healy and as i <Speech_Female> talked about with geoff. 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But <Speech_Male> you know he's been <Speech_Male> pretty consistent <Speech_Male> with <Speech_Male> His statements <Speech_Male> about <Speech_Male> a when he's going <Speech_Male> to make up his mind and <Speech_Male> it's coming eventually <Speech_Male> but he keeps <Speech_Male> trotting out the same <Speech_Male> answer that <Speech_Male> that's a decision <Speech_Male> that he and lieutenant <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Lieutenant governor karen <Speech_Male> pollino have to <Speech_Male> make in conversations <Speech_Male> with their <Speech_Male> families and that <Speech_Male> decisions coming soon. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> i don't get the sense <Speech_Male> that deal jumping <Speech_Male> into the race as <Speech_Male> necessary necessarily <Speech_Male> lighting <Speech_Male> a fire under <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> that decision <SpeakerChange> making process <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> all right <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> so last thirty seconds. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> What else <Speech_Female> obviously. You'll be watching <Speech_Female> for those potential <Speech_Female> announcements. What else <Speech_Female> are you going to watch for <Speech_Female> over. The summer <Speech_Male> is the race <SpeakerChange> heater heats <Speech_Male> up. Well we shouldn't <Speech_Male> forget that there are three <Speech_Male> really interesting. Democrats <Speech_Male> running governor as <Speech_Male> well former state senator <Speech_Male> ben downing state <Speech_Male> senator sonia <Speech_Male> chang-diaz and <Speech_Male> harvard professor <Speech_Male> danielle allen. <Speech_Male> Clearly <Speech_Male> it's going to be a steep. Climb <Speech_Male> for them. But i'll be <Speech_Male> interested to see <Speech_Male> how they make their <Speech_Male> cases that voters <Speech_Male> should expect more <Speech_Male> from a governor. <Speech_Male> Baker is <Speech_Male> cast himself as an able <Speech_Male> administrator in <Speech_Male> poll suggests <Speech_Male> that that's enough for <Speech_Male> massachusetts voters. Who <Speech_Male> seem to like them. <Speech_Male> So the challenge for these <Speech_Male> democrats is <Speech_Male> that governor can <Speech_Male> and should do <Speech_Male> a lot more <Speech_Male> and address these systemic <Speech_Male> inequalities <Speech_Male> that plagued parts of <Speech_Male> our economy. So <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> i'll be looking <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for that case <Speech_Male> how they make that case <Speech_Male> and how voters <Speech_Female> respond <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> and we will <Speech_Female> invite all three of them <Speech_Female> to make their cases <Speech_Female> here on radio <Speech_Female> boston. Wbz <Speech_Female> our senior political reporter. Anthony brooks anthony. Thanks my pleasure.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"Labor tours where it's all star status in their other the manzini awards all star status i understand that that's just the nature of that piece we wanna beat that horse that will just state but they're all qualified and everybody can't get there and it's too damn bad and they'll never they haven't yet to figure out the best way duty all star game since the start in nineteen thirty three they've tried every which way fan voting no fan voting managers of writers and they now they got i don't mike you simple question do you know how it works right now no i don't i don't and i do i wait for the list to be finalized i was happy i've been writing columns about this since april the geoff diehl made it because he is a hitting machine healing throwback hitter he is bob you know everybody uses the stat now is the first one to bring this stat into the daylight light okay since he came up to the mets last july only christian yelich has a higher batting average in baseball then jog neil does okay he's over three fifty again he is an old fashioned dirty uniform come out of the dugout hacking swings at the first pitch singles and doubles guy it's wonderfully why what what more well not saying about baseball right now i'd put me i'm a i'm a minnesota twins denial i just don't believe it okay the four best teams in baseball right now are tyler's dodgers and yankees he's the same number of bosses twenty nine okay and the houston astros who are losing they have these but malays is in the middle of the season an end don't go to sleep on those kids in atlanta okay because bob both in front of our eyes they may turn into the golden state warriors they're that good okay it's a great the kids were great so in all four teams do you agree those nothing against all right i'm gonna see if i can contradict you in any way but the answer is no i i cannot if if you wanna elevate atlantic to the status of those other three okay i'm not sure i'm quite ready to do that but but but that's what i'm not saying they are what they're going to be but i'm telling you they're just so damn challenge.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Detention centers you'd say that well that's republicans this is bizarre gain with is are they going to decry the one percent of wayfarer is that are actually dominating in in hurting business because that is what's going on here i don't think they look too much into this i mean maybe they need to wait more of the options here and think to themselves well if they're going to be detention centers we should at least have them be comfortable we'll support them we'll give them bedroom furniture they're just rejecting it altogether we'll be anything on this that's particularly weird about the wealthy students about the wayfair one is that it's less than one percent of the company that has got now got them all of this whether you consider it good or bad press whatever the other thing is it puts us in a what are we supposed to do like if depending on what your views are on the border what are you supposed to do with wayfair where on clear like do you not by wayfair products now if you think the employees are right do you buy wayfair products if you think that the management companies or do you just whatever i mean that's my policy will also theory of there is no such thing as bad publicity i mean as could potentially be a boon for wayfair you know people identifying with the company and trying to think that they did the right thing and then a handful of rogue employees are the ones that that want to just check it on these employees walking out his way unfair i gotta be honest That's it. You cut off at the rest of the day hoop. Hell. mayfair why said we're done we're done we're not done in a winter skin spotted you think when we come back we gotta take a break obviously when we come back we gotta talk about what's called us florida's where the kids being held daycare at wayfair there's more rhyming than starting your chances for the competition is there him to go get a second doughnut no that was damaging that was like your one percent or pundits taken down everything else we're checking headlines when we come back we're going to talk about the democratic debate what one question would you ask them if you were one of the moderators tonight he's geoff diehl i'm bb you are in the middle under bjork how.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WBSM 1420
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"geoff diehl" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"The thing I will tell you this is not going to be honest with you. Just give me regular chocolate at that, of course, old on Geoff Diehl, his weight, and even though he's not here for no apparent reason deals, trying to get here Friday to take part in national Donut day and we're going to have to vote on this tomorrow. Whether we deal household has an attell wife and daughter swear by I like it. I just never think to buy it. I think a lot of people have peanut butter Ordina Tele is the option, which one are you taking butter, every time it's going in the trash awesome? It's not. Nut is a state of mind. It's kind of the thing that you where you can feel like you're doing something a little more healthy than health chocolate. Yeah. Any healthy Zima? There was a time. This is how you get to be you'll you didn't. Tell is healthier than being. Either of them doing almond butter but you again your fool in yourself. But fine, but yeah, no, this is no. By the way, a friend of mine says he struck out twenty two batsmen with playing cricket a you want be on the Winchester, cricket team incorrect. It was the wolves of the time suck Winchester. Donald killed nineteen hundred nineteen what everybody's household has though, but catch up everybody has the story of the day, none of us have been on this. Let's see if. Since we did that Florida man challenge thing. A few months ago, I feel like everybody's just trying to one up at or whatever. So we have one for June fourth. This man Peter wagon was arrested for domestic ketchup battery at about four forty five AM Sunday morning. Cops had to show up to his house because he had dumped of VAT of catch up on his sleeping girlfriend. I didn't notice that. I didn't know that was a crime starting to believe that there's a thing where Florida's told people look at some point, we're gonna need you to be Florida man to keep the headlines going. So this guy said, look I don't wanna hurt you. I'm just going to force him. Catch up on Florida man pours ketchup like I feel like this is a self fulfilling prophecy, now, the Florida man thing, because that's not happening ever again anywhere to waste of perfectly good catch up. Why did he didn't joy it? Then I don't know arrested. Fetish the code have been that it claims. Clearly in the cheese at the seven eleven kind of deal. Yeah. I don't think I don't think that is a crime. I was at a crime your domestic. Catch the law catch up to him. She's good. God. Where's my William? The screen, I can't get to seven says, waffles, ask any Italian if they have that stuff in their house, and the answer is ten thousand percent. Yes. Most of my family probably does. But I don't because the copy, I'd say boyfriend does not like, sweets. So six hundred seven is responsible for half of that number, we got a ton of that stuff in our house, and it's because I eat it like it's going out of style. I tell. L. I'm telling you. I mean, you really adults shouldn't be eating kids candy thinking says. Pete slash did bring jelly. Children. That's right. I didn't need them myself just went to seven eleven nachos. That's not kid food. No, it's not bad to Boston cream doughnut might rent some diversity lost in cream donuts. That was a health emergency. We're back. Yeah. That's not kid food, you had a sonic blast. That's nice. Gave a sonic blast every one when you pulled out of their hill is that even my right my right? I don't know what that means. What's whatsoever, the I do like that. Here's what we've learned lightning, I'm not positive. That Shattuck is getting fit for the wedding. Oh, he's absolutely not. They have my tux, elastic waist. If there is a weight requirement for her wedding to be a bride's man. Are you gonna make weight Chadwick? Well, what does the requirement to sixty or seventy five oh, no problem? I am I gonna have away in the week before wedding. Are you gonna hit seventy five if you're a bridesmaid making the deal right now? Let me on. This is about his health, the rest of my people in the wedding party, or probably not even half that just to tell. But if I Jamie is that if I get him to choose seventy five can he be bright? Not one thirty. She just said, yes. That is shaming. Was a Throwdown to them. You'd better not come. Shame though, aren't they check if she just said, yes. If we can get you to, to be a bridesmaid yet there, you've course I can well much turn. What have you got a month? So that's like, seventy pounds. You gotta drop in a month. Oh easy. Yeah. Right. What is it? I haven't gone to steal at my house. All right. So I want tonight. I wanna see we got to get going now on this. I want to see a video of you work in buns of steel tonight. I will speed walking. My hip will be moving. You can save me the video. I the lightning and then we'll put it up on the Instagram. I want leggings. I want leg Elmer's you know, that bottom thing. I want you to be on the back turtles. There will be a head. Do me a favor. I want to throw a bucket of water on you in the middle of the road. Dump catch up on them. Yes. So you're the catchup is on the knees if you can get the head up to the knees, you can have the catch Shattuck that's the way to work out tonight. Few I will do this. I will on on exercise to seventy five in your brides menu. I'm in wedding party. This is nice. I like this challenge. I liked the way you thinking lightning. I'm good at weddings. Here's another thing I want to know if indeed there is a straight parade in Boston on August thirty first or you go into it. No way. Well, we'll find out. Why not when we return, the straight parade is apparently going to happen. Hey, is this a good thing be what happens when this day comes shouting? That's what I really wanna know. We'll discuss that when we return right here in our cat..
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"I'd like to see it a little bit. Maybe more right down the minute. Maybe you can realize that the truth is in the middle. Now back to everybody's favourite middleman. Our number two in the middle of AM, six eighty WR Geoff Diehl, joins us as he is wanted to do on Wednesdays right to be here on Thursday. You had to finish binge-watching death to me yesterday. So you couldn't make last night was beyond the other than the Bruins. It was the first chance to by captain marvel captain marvel on demand. And madonna's. And I watched it. Yep. Yeah. Would you think, well I actually saw theaters. So it was great to kind of catch a few things. I'd miss and like a plot. No. I liked it. Speaking on the Bruins, we'll get into we'll get into the Bruins situation. Mismanage. There's a there's a little bit of a controversy there as you. Well know we gotta talk about that. And like the first line not showing up. He's right. We've got an axe. That's an entire two lines. Really? Yeah. I two lines that was a great game. They wrong agree hockey game in third period when Dhaka marches in the middle of his play call. Just don't you just love the sport? Just it was just perfect. That was that was what a Stanley Cup final game is supposed to be was fantastic now the Bruins lost, but it was a fantastic really was Saint Louis was playing desperate because they are desperate to the occasion, sometimes when that happens all goes downhill, so other times, people step up, they stepped up in. They saved their season that doesn't mean they're going to win the thing everybody needs to relax but they played phenomenally and they pulled it off. Sweeps are I think they were one minute away from losing game. If asked if that puck goes, high that crazy onslaught that they had the way that, that ends one of two ways you, you put it in or within sixty seconds, gas rent. They were that was about to turn. But it didn't they got the job. They control the game for fifty plus. Minutes. They absolutely deserve. That one last night for the last twenty minutes. Cool to have a sweep like the whole idea of sweeping them would have been cool. But the fact, the matter is, it's more entertaining to have this kind of game last. Absolutely. I have a series. Yeah. So the looked bottom line is we all know why they lost its David Portnoy, and we'll, we'll discuss that in v. Check, too, but we'll get it all checked-in slug a beer. That's why in a minute. We got a lot of axes to grind is what I'm telling you. I actually lightning can you give me that axe grinding sound because this is my turn to grind my act. Jeff, he'll I'm assuming it, but I have an issue with your, your state lightning, and I never thought, honestly in my lifetime that I would ever see this, but in New Hampshire did well, they get rid of something that would deter crime. Now they got rid of the death penalty. And of all the states in the union. Did you? I mean, obviously, I guess, like Alabama and Mississippi would be more surprising, in the end of the deep south, but New Hampshire is the most surprising to me. What happened? It is it isn't it isn't, we've seen a creeping sort of liberalism and because of the influence of people moving from Massachusetts into New Hampshire. The other thing, too is people forgot in the two thousand eighteen election's, the one, I ran in against Elizabeth Warren, that there was a lot of lost seats because of I think the Trump, you know, the Blue Wave sort of hit New England pretty hard in New Hampshire. Lost a ton of seats in the house and Senate lost control of the house and Senate up in New Hampshire. So the fact that they overrode the governor's veto on repealing the death. Penalty doesn't surprise me but it is surprising that New Hampshire has gotten to that point, it was as close, but big set for one in New Hampshire as it was here in Massachusetts when the one vote got switched by John Slattery, and then he was removed from office, not long thereafter by the voters. But it didn't matter. He had done what he did, which was to stop reinstatement vet John McCain's one vote against healthcare. That kept it from here we go. Thumbs down. But here's my thing that you guys know that I am pro death penalty. Right. Find this to me isn't even a like red state blue state or you know, Bernie Sanders versus Donald Trump type thing. New Hampshire to me had the death penalty written as straightforward direct, and I don't care what your political leanings are what doesn't make sense about what New Hampshire's death penalty said, by the way. Do you know the last time New Hampshire executed? Somebody. Thirty nine yeah. So they weren't doing it. Anyway. So why is this even thing? But in our new woke society, I can't even have the concept get it off the book. So we gotta get it off in New Hampshire. Did it I'm so it's just so ridiculous. This within this year alone, lightning, it really started when you moved there, but ever since you've moved there like now, you have chamber of commerce is now putting on their website, live free. They don't have the Ordine part. It's just live freely changing that now appear. Really? Yeah. Did. I didn't know that either. There's a couple of municipalities up there that when you go to their website. It just says, welcome to New Hampshire live free, and it's like what is that? That's not the state motto, but whatever we wasn't Kevorkian from Washington state. Yeah. So they should have just adopted. The ordeal part out there, Washington should just be or die. I don't think I don't think that's going to happen. You can bring that up. But I think not not like your chances. Here's my point is okay. Number one. What happened to me? I'm sure but number two. Let me just tell you, what New Hampshire's death penalty said and any one of you waffles lightning Geoff Diehl, anyone walking by that wants to feel free to stop me when you say that's the one I have an issue with. New Hampshire's death penalty considered the option in only seven scenarios, would you like to hear them? Good. Here we go. One, then is this like the movie seven envy, lust? None of that. Not okay. Not good reference, but not quite scenario, one, the killing of an on duty law enforcement officer. Or judge now we're talking about that in Massachusetts actually trying to O'Connell has a Bill in filed in the house to anybody who kills a law enforcement officer, including corrections officers death penalty, Laura judge. We know in Massachusetts that has happened in my lifetime where a judge was targeted in a judge was killed guy. Walked right up to the car. And so I am one hundred percent in favor of the death penalty in a circumstance like that. We ask are law enforcement officers to put themselves in harm's way for us and as such. I'm okay with saying somebody does something to you officer, Tarantino, for example in Auburn will we're going to do something to them. That's going to be the you're showing complete. Right. I mean, if you're willing police officer who's trying to enforce our societies Lawrence. Beyond. Yes. Yes. That's scenario one for New Hampshire scenario to murder for hire. So I'm in Saint Louis and I get a call. Hey, I'd love to whack my wife here in New Hampshire. Great fifty grand and I'll be on the next flight good night. I'm fine. Who is not fine with executing that person who will kill somebody for money. Number three. Murder during a rape. I'm waiting for Jackson to any of this certain drug offenses now that I guess, reads vague, but I think you know what that is, when you are selling what, you know, is a lethal cocktail, that is going to kill somebody, but you sell it anyway, because you're selling it or you're dealing it or you're putting it out there. And that's where Massachusetts is different to they've increased penalties. Decreased cocaine increased on feno because feno basically is a drug that causes pretty much immediate death. If you've over certain amount, which tiny amounts. But anyway, I've always felt that that's a death sentence by the dealer to the people. They're selling it to unfortunately here in this state. They don't necessarily see it that way murder during a home invasion which gets to the Mont, Vernon case. For example, I never understood why those kids didn't get the death penalty up there. But just a horrific but you walk in somebody's there, you either know they are even if you don't. You say okay, no one's going to be left the tala case. The Dartmouth the anti ops like that to me is a classic death penalty. You went there premeditatively you determined. You were going to kill those people in, you did kill them that to me would qualify as a death penalty under New Hampshire statue. It would have up until yesterday, and then finally murder committed by someone who's already serving a life sentence. So they killed somebody, but it doesn't meet those requirements. And then while in jail, it would be like the father, gauge by the gays thinking of that. The only thing about killing somebody in jail, if you're already in, in jail, if somebody's trying to kill you what, what's your last defense potentially having to take? I think in, you would have a state, you still have stand your ground rights. I sort of. Yes, but in Geoghegan's case that wasn't that a guy radio thing. It is. So those guys would whatever problem. I, I just I it boggles my mind. Not since one thousand nine hundred thirty nine yeah. So it's not like lawyers have an effectively defended their clients against any other type of defense on on murder. I what I would like to do, I would like to like, it's like an NFL draft where, you know, once somebody draft somebody that person's name is gone. You can't take them. But if they don't take them you can this is now back on the board. Why doesn't Massachusetts grab it? And so, you know, we'll take what New Hampshire had, and we'll pass that. I don't understand. I really don't. We'll Texas is taken the, the death penalty. And they, they certainly employ it, they, I don't know what the statistics are, but I believe they have a fairly frequent rotation of those death row cells. I just look at this list, and I say those are all from me, yeses, I'm for all of that there does need to be the ultimate penalty for certain circumstances that are beyond sticks Addison up in New Hampshire is one of them where while in a holding area at court, you see a police officer that that's. Watching you. And when he's not looking you grab his gun and you come up and you kill him. How is it that New Hampshire saying we can't have this option for him? We don't want that. I don't get it. I really don't. And I don't want to necessarily bring up the whole pro-life pro-choice argument. But, you know, you get these people that say, oh, you're for the death penalty here, but you don't want your pro-life there. I mean how does that reconcile? I just think that, you know, people when they make a choice as an adult to kill somebody else that they've knowingly forfeited their lie would add. I mean again, I'm fine with the drug offenses one, but the one that you would need to add in two thousand nineteen is in a murder for terrorism like Sarnia, wouldn't really fit any of these, if you look at it, you know, by by definition. So I would add into it any murder committed a terrorist act which would then cover the marathon bombers. I don't I just don't. I don't get how state doesn't want to have options for that. So Teradata falls under window. Oh, one percent does falls under federal. So then the federal does have the death penalty. We have issues with whether stuff is called terrorism or not. That's true. So let's let this. State decide. Workplace like workplace violence for the guy went to Fort Hood, right crazy. So we're not doing that here. I feel workplace violence against Houston times, even though I don't actually technically work here. You feel workplace aggression. I don't know. You might feel aggressed upon. But no, I wouldn't call it staring at these cookies like you're gonna take him from in front of me. I feel violent sometimes six seventy seven is a libertarian. I'm against the death penalty. I think if you cannot kill them that applies to the state as well. I just don't understand. I just find that to be the most naive for me. The problem with that one of the problems with that six one seven is that? I don't believe there is such a thing as life without parole parole. And we're seeing this now in Massachusetts is debating this to where do you think if Joe Sarnia of lives to be ninety years old? He is going to stay in prison until he's ninety years old. I think the more and more that we talk about prison reform. I think it's more and more likely that, that is not going to happen. I think Joe Carson, I have did should mean the Joe Carson, I have surrendered his life and end of story. I do I want to be doing this every other day. No. But I do think there are circumstances that arise that are so agreed. That are so anus. You mentioned can't Gannon. For example, Tarantino would be another one. It's ninety nighttime and I hate New Hampshire is always the one in New England that you could point to and say, well, at least those guys get it right. But now they've done this and they overrun they overrode does so news veto this find that repulsive so twenty twenty you know year and a half from now. We'll find out if voters agree with them or not. If they return these people to office six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty I've ground my axe down to the handle pet peeve of mine on very disappointed, New Hampshire. Shame on you and shame on everybody who did this that should have been on the books and I'm gravely disappointed. That said, let's take a break, and as we do, let me tell you about my pillow y because I sleep in a my pillow and I sleep. Fantastically, my pillow, get you into a smoother quicker and calmer state of sleep. At least it does for me. I love my, my pillow, and I want you to get one, because I think you're gonna love it.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Oh, that's so interesting to me because this is not a thing when I was growing up we had his girl. It's a little one. All right. I gotta just quick story. My mom was a flight attendant. They went on strike in seventy seven. We had about a year where I was eating cans out of peaches pears out of a can and hot dogs peanut butter sandwiches. So to this day. My wife will tell you I really don't get into too much peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or hot dogs because they've they the memories are bad. And so I can see where there is a shame element to this. If the kid, you know, things aren't going, well, they're over and over again, it's going to get around it. You can't just have people running up endless tabs Nancy's in the car. Nancy? You're next year on WR KO. I was gonna say I agree that, you know, what they're saying shaming the kids, but that's always excuse to kids as as crouch, or you know, with the way to get around things. But what we have here is people who aren't paying a Bill, and it might be few who are having some problems. But there are a lot that, you know, win create a society, free loaners. And I think that's happened with all met people that do like they used to them and get away with it. Because it's like what what are you really going to do about it? You're not gonna make punish my kid. Well, you know what I'm sorry. We're not punishing your kid would just gonna pay real guy pay your bills, right, right? And you know, what if some point the kids are gonna realize that maybe the parents reload. And then they're gonna have to decide if they wanna go up to be that way. Macy's one. Hard. Okay. Parents get people laid off people hoping jobs people. But all of that. I understand it. And you do have to send your kids to school. I get all of that. But again, how are you for for people in that scenario? If you've gotten laid off you go to the school and say, I think I now qualify for the free lunch, and you will right. This is the same. It's the same. This is important for numbers as one of which is that. Oh, you racked up college debt? We'll just wipe that clean. We want you to have a fresh start. Maybe all about it's all the same philosophy, which is that don't you don't have to pay your bills. No you do. Maybe the kids diploma gets printed on a lunch bag Brown bag until they pay their Bill too soon. Too soon. Geoff Diehl six one seven two six sixty eight sixty we've spoken are piece on this. We're gonna let you dominate the next half hour. I promise what do you think work public schools should do about this six seven to sixty eight sixty eight calls when we come back. It's you're in the middle of one o'clock on WR Boston police are investigating after a deadly shooting endorse Esther get out of unreachable war. Q news believes your call Milton avenue. Around ten o'clock this morning for a report of a person who shot police say the victim was pronounced dead at the scene and authorities announced seeking the public's help. And getting more information about what happened on child and grandmother, restructuring car this morning and Worcester. Hooting to officials they were crossing the street when they were struck around ten thirty on Chandler street near fully stadium. Both were taken to the hospital in stable condition. And there's a one day strike today for Uber and lift drivers.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"I have known. So I want to ask you Geoff Diehl, you ran against Elizabeth Warren for Senate you wanted to be in the United States Senate and several people including Elizabeth Warren had to weigh in on this felons voting. And should as you heard in the town halls two nights ago? Should the Boston marathon bomber be allowed to vote? Bernie Sanders said just do believe he should everybody that is over the age of eighteen has a right to vote in this country. It's a slippery slope. If you start chipping away at that. And so that was his comment. It's not you gotta get the hands go into its radio. I know but for for us. I think it's a really good price. Go Dutch hugely impressive and telling you if I close my eyes, and I was listening to just I think Bernie Sanders is here. She get you a doc Brown wig. I. There's a good one. I thought that was lightning and impression of lightning doing Bernie. That's how good you are. You can channel multiples at one time too. Crazy. But should go. That's my next Bernie so sort of a update on this story today. Rich little is just sitting here for a moment. His two parts to this one is do you have the two Kamala. Ariza's waffle lightning. Yes. I said something and they'll have her now backtrack. How does this possibly play welfare? So this is Kamala Harris the other day at her townhall being asked about Bernie Sanders, saying, you know, the Boston marathon bombers should vote in cheese asked about it. And this is what she said, then also people were convicted of sexual assault. And he said this is a quote, the right to vote is inherent to our democracy. Yes. Even for terrible people. Do you agree with that Senator? I agree that the right to vote is one of the very important components of citizenship. And it is something that people should should not be stripped of needlessly. Which is why I have been long an advocate of making sure that the formerly incarcerated are not denied the right to vote, which is the case in so many states in our country in some states permanently deprived of the right to vote and these are policies that go back to Jim crow. These are policies that go back to the heart of policies that have been about disenfranchisement policies that continue until today, and we need to take it seriously. But people who are in convicted in prison like the Boston marathon bomber on death row people who are convicted of sexual assault. They should be able to vote. I think we should have that conversation so sold on. Yes. And by the way, that's not a yes. It certainly I understand that there's a live audience here in trying to defend her. But that's not necessarily a. Yes, it's certainly I think there's some legitimacy to what he's saying. And I think again, I don't know how else you would interpret. I think we should have that conversation. I don't do you. Do you think we have to have that conversation? Don't have. So that's more than it should be. Let's put it that way. We don't need to have that conversation. Now, what does she say the live audience and on television where I was on CNN? So a couple of thousand people are watching it probably she does she's thinking I got a I can't she's being too clever by half the old beacon hill line there, which is that she's not telling you what she thinks. She's telling you what she thinks you wanna hear. And she's getting it wrong yesterday. She's asked again on this. Okay. You really do think they need to do this in? This is what she says yesterday. Do I think that people who commit murder?.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Coming up here on Wednesday night. We have had a fast night here on nightside Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh was with us during the first hour during the second hour, we had a I wouldn't call it a debate. But a conversation about whether or not we should increase the gas tax here in Massachusetts, Chris Dempsey and Geoff Diehl, they're on opposite sides of that issue. They joined us Chris Dempsey from the transportation from Massachusetts is an advocate of additional tax revenue from the sale of gasoline in Massachusetts and former state Representative Geoff Diehl led the referendum effort in two thousand fourteen to to repeal a piece of legislation dealing with indexing guests increases that was defeated back in two thousand fourteen but the legislatures back at it again. And last hour, we talked about the college admission scandal more and more information coming out every day. Okay. We can continue to talk about that. I also would like to talk about a case out of New York. You know, there's been this. Big outbreak of measles across the country. Barely measles was a disease that we thought was eliminated back in two thousand and ten. Well, not quite last year. They were three hundred and seventy two cases of measles and this year, I guess through mu- was it through yesterday. There were two hundred and twenty eight cases. And I think there are twelve states that have been affected so far. And there are six dates that have a three or more cases can what is going on here. And of course, a lot of that deals with people who are now choosing not to vaccinate their children, which goes back to the whole concerned about autism and protecting children. And so there's a court order or a an order by the health department in one county in New York and basically banning. Forty four unvaccinated students to go to class for three weeks or until the the meals the measles stop spreading in that community. We'll we'll talk about that as well. Six six one seven five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine hundred thirty and again, looking for high school and college students particularly to react or or recent college graduates to react to this college admission a scandal. When clearly there were I think students that were shown to be unqualified gaining admission fraudulently to some of the finer some of the the top tier colleges around the country. Plateful you last hour the the sound from a the daughter of a Hollywood actress who. Doesn't come across as as a brainiac. And this is what her comment was I guess was a year ago in August. Not this August of two thousand eighteen two thousand seventeen and she's on. I'm not sure if this Instagram YouTube or whatever making these this comment. And then the whole college thing..
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Eight hundred five eight one eight nine four to the federal restaurant located in Waltham right near the market basket. The new big market basket. Pretty easy to find in Waltham right off of route one twenty eight it's going to be a fabulous trip, and we're gonna have a fabulous afternoon this Saturday. The weather's going to be good. No excuse. Beveren every night Saturday two days from now two o'clock in the afternoon. I'll be there. Others from WBZ will be there, folks. The is opening the doors to us and they're going to they're going to be very hospitable. Trust me on that. We're going to beat at a at a new restaurant, which I've told us a fabulous restaurant. And we're gonna learn about we'll be the adventure of the year for me and for you, so please call tomorrow, eight hundred five eight one eight nine four to write the number down eight hundred five eight one eight nine four to do is make an RSVP for yourself alone or for yourself in three or four friends. It doesn't matter. We want to meet as many of you as possible. Nightside listeners, no obligation. Come on by. We'll have some last. We'll have some fun, and we'll learn a little bit about the river cruise. And I certainly be willing to talk to everybody there. On Saturday, February ninth at two o'clock. Join us, Jeff I don't know what you're doing Saturday at two o'clock, but feel free to come on by bring your wife. You know, I'm thinking about this. It sounds incredible. It's a fabulous trip. And I really mean that seriously, but we'll see what people have to say side away, by the way, I will say this. You know that boat may end up becoming primary transportation if this green new deal goes through. I don't know if you've heard about. We gotta get to Europe. With this trip for those of you who are listening, you know, around the country collect trout, you may not be able to make make it here to Waltham on Saturday Colette travel will accommodate and get you to Munich with us income to Boston. We'll meet in Boston. The log over together. We got this thing planned it planned out. So join us on Saturday at two o'clock, February ninth love to meet you. Join us for some refreshments, and we'll have a ball eight hundred five eight one eight nine four to go ahead. One more question. These are the boats that have those windows the views right out, the, oh, you're sleeping, and you're seeing everything as you believable. I did a river cruise on the Rhine three years ago. This is the other end of the big river in the middle Europe. It's fabulous dream of my wife and myself. Well, congratulations. We'll be we'll be there on on Saturday. Maybe Geoff Diehl to coming back on nightside with Geoff Diehl right after this. Gutten.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In any place, it's been fully documented, and there's no evidence of any kind other than it had nothing to do. There's no evidence because no one is is producing the documents which which would support that claim, Tom. Thank you so much. I appreciate the call. I'm sure Jeff does this. Well. No, I do look, I look you wouldn't be calling in and being concerned about it. If you didn't care, and I care, and I always looked at the fallback of at least our campaign made sure that some of these issues were held up to the point where there was a mirror in her face. And I think it made her launch for this presidency as rocky as possible. And I think to be honest with you when she goes up to Lawrence on Saturday and announced his her candidacy, I think she's already a Dead Man Walking to use a term. I don't think there's any chance she makes it through the primary, and you know, aside from this issue, I will say that people look at politics as just the metrics of, you know, home runs and stats, and blah, blah, blah. If you're looking at sports, if you look at this the fact that the Democratic Party after it was rigged, the primary was rigged for Hillary Clinton, and because of super delegates. They finally got rid of that which was a good thing. But what has done is? It's made it that candidates coming from big states with a lot of delegates. Now for conventions are going to have an advantage in Kamala Harris from California. Coming with the largest delegate amount when it comes to this democratic primary. So I think Kamala Harris is probably the one to beat if you're just looking at stats. We'll we'll see how it goes. I mean who knows where it's going to go. Hey, tom. Appreciate forgiveness going. Okay. We'll talk soon. Good evening, right. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. My feeling is that sometime Saturday night after her roll out. It's going to sound something like this in my opinion in the in the the man Bruce Mann, Elizabeth Royan household Bailey. The dogs I'm gonna get me a beer. You. That's my prediction. We'll take a quick break. Geoff Diehl is by just give us a call to a little bit of a postmortem on the two thousand eighteen Senate race. I think we could do probably a postmortem on the presidential campaign which actually is supposed to start on Saturday. Your thoughts on that. But also get a chance to talk to Jeff deal. And I think some of you should probably be willing to say thank you for taking up an effort that that frankly was was a big uphill battle. If someone like Geoff Diehl had not carried carried the banner then. Is she would've won overwhelmingly? And and and that's not what democracy is about. So I say on behalf of the democratic process. Thank you. Geoff Diehl six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. Nightside.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The studio Geoff Diehl, Jeff ran for US Senate last November, Jeff you said you raised three million dollars. That was the ultimate amount we'd raised and it was a pretty good amount. But still when you look at a US Senate race in what you need to spend it on it really wasn't. What did you have fifteen million in the Bank to begin with? And I think there was more raised and spent throughout that process. I think she spent a those numbers in yet hard even tell I mean, I in believe it or not she really didn't do much TV advertising. She had a lot of name recognition already. I had to build name recognition, which you know, was very difficult that we were trying to do it from the ground up with you know, obviously, the RV going around out there. I was doing local media interviews everywhere could. But ultimately what you need is a ton of money to do television advertising everywhere. We just didn't get the flood of money that came in during the Scott Brown race for example, Brown's race in the first race in two thousand ten it was a special election. So there for the entire focus of the country, and it had been Ted Kennedy seed different dynamic for Scott Brown in two thousand twelve when there were. Thirty three other Senate races or whatever the number was around the country. And then the other thing too. Was that down in Washington? They already looked at the house and Senate races. And said, look, we think we have the Senate locked up. We're not gonna really go crazy trying to win any pickups. We're going to just try to make sure we defend what we have the real races are going to be the house races. And they ended up losing. How did that work did not work out for them? But you know, they did have to throw some a lot of cash at that as well. So I think they looked at Massachusetts. Instead. All right. Our money could be better spent elsewhere, and and that really never came through. And look, I'm not gonna blame anybody for anything. When I ran my state rep race. I was told and I believed it, and I followed through on it. Nobody is going to come in and help you win this race. You have to do it on your own same thing to me with the US Senate. You've got to do what you can. And if people come in and help you out great wonderful. But if they don't you gotta try to make it on your own. And so we did we tried to do it. And I think we still again came out with a result that was as positive as we could expect and at the same time really pointed. Out a lot of the questions people had about Senator Warren that I think have made it hard for her to now make the case that she should be the president of the United States. I think she's in huge trouble. We're gonna get to her. That's for sure I'll let let's get to some calls as well. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty doing a little bit of an autopsy here on the Senate race. And also looking forward as to. Well, what what what problems? Elizabeth Warren is going. I I would think that any democratic donor today would look at her candidacy and say, you know, there's just too much other talent out there on the democratic field to have a candidate as wounded as she is. But we'll get to that in a second. Let me grab Tom. And carver. Hey, tom. Welcome your first tonight on the ringcentral nightside caller line with Geoff Diehl gerrad hit Tom. Good evening. Good evening. Hey, Tom, south shore native nice to talk to you. Just want to thank you so much. Hey, I might take a minute. So I'll try not try to be pretty, you know, we're all coming. Big supporter big proponents of you as a person as a. Great asset to us state. Represents. Now, I'm here. A but coming down the line here. Go ahead. Nothing for me. Jack to the point where my wife, and I ended up being weeks of our time on standouts calls as representatives rookie campaign signs curbside phone the whole thing. And I really wish it has made it, but Jeff I can't let you sit comfortably studio tonight. I just have to remind the public and find out the origin of something that didn't happen. When your opponents Bush that DNA chest. Told the world beyond the shadow of a doubt that she was one hundred percents fraud and held up. The flag was white. And this is the opposite of what it means. That wasn't just a softball. That was a each put on a t on a Winfrey day, and Jeff the biggest disappointment of my life as not having you say in call the national people. Got a lot of free press. Kennedy. Thanks so into changing, how can you tell us it day to day just confirms that the woman's a complete and total. Lost the election. Happy birthday. Okay. Well, okay. Tom. I think we drift here. Tell us what you think Jeff have done. I mean what what should it be done? Deafening. Silence. What should it be done? All we. We know. What would you think? He didn't do what should have you done in your opinion. You're gonna make you the campaign campaign for the day. Thanks help by the way. Well, thank you. I really mentioned. I really wish he'd be there right now. But I feel that you because I. Just the fact publicly that test all of this truly she had said today. Unreal. Her origins. Well, so real quickly, Tom. I remember the I specifically remember waking up that morning looking at the news on my phone and seeing that results, and basically the one thousand twenty-fourth Cherokee actual metrics. And all that and thinking to myself, this was an incredible gaffe on her part. But to be honest with you, the the national media picked up on it right away. And it became a national story. It was on pretty much every network, news nationally and across the state. I was interviewed by most of the newspapers across the state. I I did talk about it. We certainly pointed it out at every event, we could unfortunately, again, we're talking about a Senator who said that police officers are racist front toback. And I called that out everywhere. I could made beyond that criminal Justice is higher criminal Justice, which includes piece police officers crafts. Judges DA's everybody everybody, and in fact, during the debates I talked about the heritage I talked about the fact that she called everybody in criminal Justice racist. None of this. Unfortunately, Tom seems to stick in a state that really just was willing to have her go down to Washington to sticker finger in the eye of Trump. And that's all they really wanted to have. Tom. Yeah. Tom hold on for one second. Let me just play. This was the ad or a part of the ad the rollout that I think you're talking about. Let's let's just listen for those who need to have their memories refreshed..
"geoff diehl" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Probably. No. I mean, you will everyone that calls in today run that signs Jeff position petition. Well. But you're not gonna hear any elected official call for that. No, no. And the reason I ask is what say we've been all these people showing up in black face. Now, if somebody showed up in red faced that would be highly offensive, but if somebody wrote that down there bar card, that's acceptable. That's a bigger crime to me. We were talking about dessert. Jeff in our pre show meeting. I don't wanna use the freeze stolen valor. But it's a very similar thing. Where your pretending to be something that you're not for the purposes of getting ahead. It's flimflam it's graft. However, you want to say it. I guess arguably she can still say look I didn't use to get ahead on my registration card. I was already in the book. But everybody's gotta do connect the dots thing here. Why would she write American Indian on this card? But then not right it when she was looking for future employment knowing full, well that it would help you get you Ben can help you get to Harvard all of those things. Why would she not do it? If she did it in Texas and at worked. Yeah. I mean, this is back in one thousand nine hundred eighty six so we're not far from win. Affirmative action. Really started to go fully into effect in the seventies. You have to look historically at this and sort of time frame. I think at the time affirmative action was this attempt to try to create a rectification of people not moving up either in the workplace or in academics based on race or performances. And so what they tried to do is again help certain cultures or certain races. I think you know, make up for that disadvantage for a long time. Unfortunately, and I think this is what Republic. Have been trying to save for a while is that affirmative action may have had its place, but it's really it's really sort of something that's gone past. What is its value is? I mean, I think now we're looking at everybody has an equal opportunity. And what you're what the democrat party wants his equal outcomes. It's in our country is supposed to be based on the effort you put into things that's the success. You're supposed to achieve and the Democrats seem to always look at say, look you've made too much money will look that person risked a lot to to make a company to put in the hours to make that successful. Why do you want to take that away and just give it to somebody who's not working? So again, it's sort of undermines the whole attempt of affirmative action when you rake rig the system for yourself in this case, Elizabeth Warren by taking to minority higher positions at U Penn and will end at Harvard and took basically those positions away from someone who they were hoping to help give them a leg up. Geoff Diehl is that boys you hear mine is VP when Jeff when we both come back. Jeff, I'm gonna ask you to get inside the head of Charlie. Baker. I know that's not an area look to swim around it. Oh for it. I know he's in Washington today. But at some point he's going to be back in the Commonwealth. He is going to be asked to comment on this. So I'm going to have you think during the break. What would you say about this? If you were Charlie Baker is Karen Pollino with him. Because if they're not both not hear 'em either designated survivor right now for research. I'm gonna research that during the break, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say, you're not, but I'm going to look that up. I was the highest lots of things change from year to year. But I'll tell you one thing that has not changed a bit in two thousand nineteen our staffs obsession with the five star rated puzzle game. Best fiends is the perfect game for all those people who I know are resolving to keep their mind happy and healthy this year because there are thousands of puzzles that really put your mind to work..
"geoff diehl" Discussed on If I Were You
"What do you know about his asshole? We have buckets. We did buckets. We talked. We have a basketball guest. And it came makes no sense. You have you have buckets basketball. You know about our editorial assistants at whole the whole cheeks. Yeah, it'd be inappropriate. Yeah. Is a working environment. After all this. You're twice age. Your line if forty two he's eighteen. Almost thrice as. Yeah. That was this guy's unsolicited advice not really question. But I thought a good conversation starter. Geoff Diehl party anything anything you want to promote talk about day after Super Bowl. What do you want to mention just the head gun videos per use YouTube dot com slash head gum, and Riley and spa who soom it's a direct overlap with the audience here. But if you don't watch the videos, we do every week so check them out, and we gotta get you making your own podcast. Yes. And then Riley, and I are working on a podcast together very early stages, but look out for that. We're inching closer. All right. That's our time. If you have any questions of your own theme song submissions. The opening one was written by Matt this closing one is by Noah who has kind of little diatribe. But I don't know if we should read this has been if I were you the only advice podcast hosted by me and Jake Hurwitz. Thanks so much. Phones. All spoons Noah wrote this theme song, he says, I can't really remember Jake, and Amir who is the culprit of the one of you. But one of you sucks, mafia. I remember the story about the guy yelling at year of your lying about being a doctor and a mafia game will. Although the guy was went pretty overboard, and it was weird that a yelled at you over a game one hundred percent in the wrong. That's not true as villager you are trying to uncover the truth and figure out who is lying. There is no advantage to operate under a lie. He will only confuse the other villagers and distance themselves from the truth, thus impeding your chance of winning. I know you didn't ruin the game on purpose. The are so bad at the game that you affectively broke it. I didn't even know that was possible. So those are my thoughts and thanks. You're trying to like a good Phyllis. Good. Good village. State farm is Noah so thank you. Thanks to you guys listening. Thank you Jeff for stopping mining and for hosting with Jake back next week. Go rams. No. I love when these two. Shell me another fuck into bre. I don't know. But. They will pay. The. Dick such. Send me. That was a Hickam podcast.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Agree with Jeff on on all the principles an injustice entirely right on the subject of of China being a bad actress. I don't even know why. Right. Absolutely right fair. In fact, am doors Geoff Diehl as US Senator is still in the race air. Here's the pufferfish into the liked him. I liked him. How much money? Did he spend on this? That's a good question. Yeah. He didn't spend as much as Pagliuca. I don't know. I don't know. Not not the best thing to say when you're running from the US Senate. I don't know. I love him. He's on this. I don't know. He's asked what's what was if he wanted to jump in. And he said, no, I'm just enjoying myself. Dollars a smiling. Yes. Which is good. Well, he's he's understanding it's radio. So we couldn't see to highlight the obvious. Yes. He's he's a good radio guy. Maybe look. Some of the Republican debates where Trump would check out for like a half hour. Yes, you will do that. Well, he would start off strong. Would wear off. But then he would spend like the middle of the like the middle third of the talking about the the little third is that makes sense. I don't know. I don't know John Kingston Kingston has life better rare it fair revolts that he get. No know, he beat him. He came in second in the Republican primary Beata. What's your name Beth? Balance. It makes me upset like actually her. She actually has some substantive, right? She's she's smart. She also has sustenance. We all definitely needs Kingston. I don't have anything to add to that sounded like Kevin Frank. Oh god. He's fabulous. Dollars a smiling. I'm not attended bait to make my case. Or have my voice do there or say any additional words, I want an empty? I agree with Jeffrey on all the prisoners. He said it. So when I am asked a question. I'm just gonna say I don't have anything to add what happened when he was asked. I would he just what's we'd have to be on our toes. Keep our toes. That was pretty much if he was asked a direct question. He started off southern channels toasting a speech to his team. Well, you've got a clampdown clampdown ball. Yup. And there were staying on top of the grindstone. They don't have anything to add to that. I.
"geoff diehl" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"From Wisconsin. Brian, you're on free talk live. Hey, how's it going? All's well, what's on your mind? I just wanted. Ask you guys like you thought about order. Open borders, you kind of want people to be able to travel back and forth between different countries. Geoff Diehl that more free that way. Right. Yeah. Free people can cost the borders of free countries freely or you don't have free people, and you don't have free countries thinking about that. And it kind of got me thinking about how you felt about maybe the police, and if you think that they should be able to go back and forth like, you know. Oh, that's interesting should the police be able to chase somebody into Mexico or Canada. If you're in hot pursuit Ken chase in hot pursuit across county lines. That's for sure any lines and things like that. So we don't have immigration in between county lines, etc. This would be international lines wind police cross international borders. They then become an invading force when you have armed people. You know, and uniform crossing borders, you've got an invading force. Should they be able to? I don't know. But they do. I don't know that they deal you're saying, the police don't armed people in uniforms. Do okay. I mean, you could say anybody who's arm. So like, you know, like a person who's moving.
In Massachusetts Senate race, Elizabeth Warren debates Geoff Diehl
"At eight o'clock in about an hour. Senator Elizabeth Warren is going head to head with her challenger, Geoff Diehl. It's their first debate. It'll be moderated by WBZ's political analyst John Keller now Warren is seen by many as a potential candidate for president in twenty twenty and details WBZ. Her recent release of DNA test results on her native American ancestry may have done more harm than good with her putting video out and trying to put the issued arrest. It doesn't seem to have done that. I'm sure she'll have to talk more about it. But I think this campaign should be more focused on what's important to the people of Massachusetts. I don't care if she's one one thousand native American. I'm one hundred percent committed to working for Massachusetts for the next six years. Now WBZ reached out to Senator Warren's campaign for her comments. She declined again, you