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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 09/12/23
"This was an easy one. 1975 Elton John singing about the city of liberty, the city of freedom, the city of brotherly love. The light was shining on our buddy Mike Gallagher last night. City of a lot of traffic, oh boy. Did you just make it by the skittier teeth? Oh boy, oh boy. I said I can't wait to talk to my buddy Mark if I make it. And Mr. Uber driver, please go faster, please go faster. Memo to self, don't stay in Center City when you've got to go out to the radio station which is in, I don't know, Lafayette Hill or wherever the heck we are. A lot of traffic, a lot of construction and what a joyful night last night. A hundred, I mean it was like over 700 people at the Fuge which you would love. It's a NASA, you know, Center Fuge. It's a reference to the Center Fuge exhibit and stuff like that, yes. And they do like a venue. They've got an event venue there. This is the second or third time I've been out there and Lorenzo and the team here at 990 The Answer in Philadelphia do a fantastic job. Phil Boyce, our boss, the big boss, was the moderator. He does a fantastic job. And of course on stage, Dennis Prager, Pastor Robert Jeffress. Yeah, man. And he is so good. Man, Dr. Jeffress is so good when it comes to defining the battle of good and evil that we're witnessing. He also made a Trump reference. I've heard him say this now many times, we ain't considering a pastor for the competition. And he has been very, very loyal to President Trump, much to the chagrin of some within the evangelical community. And so we dealt with all of that faith and freedom and liberty and tyranny. The great Chris DeGaulle, the local host here who is so strong. Man, oh man. And boy, does he get a hero's welcome last night. This community loves him. So we just had a blast. It was a great night. I told the story about Mike Lindell, who I'm speaking to today, about the way they've targeted him. And much of it started with Mike after he said at the Rose Garden, hey, crack open your Bible and turn to God. They didn't like that. So it was just a great evening of conversation. Of course, lots of concern about Joe Biden, lots of debate and discussion about Joe Biden's dis, his snub, his refusal for the first time in either New York or, you know, Shanksville or DC. What a disgraceful. And, you know, they know what they're doing, Mark. They know what they're doing. Okay. What are they doing? Because I know my first answer. And for yesterday, all of yesterday, if there's anything I really tried to do, and I know you do too, it's to be as fair as possible, as accommodating as possible. So if I am going to come down hard on somebody, it's because I've internationally, you know, doddering around in Vietnam, tough to get back in time for 9 -11. So maybe that's bad planning. Tough to get back. I know. I know. It's the president. He's got Air Force One and get wherever he wants to get. Don't give me that crap. Believe you me, the test did not succeed because even under the harshest light of goodwill and grace and latitude, there is no excuse. He was with troops in Alaska. Anytime you're with troops, it's good. But 9 -11 is about three places, New York number one, not to rank them, obviously New York and obviously the Pentagon or Shanksville. You've got to be in one of those places and to fail to do so is conspicuous by its absence. So my answer to give it back to you is the reason they didn't do it is because they knew that it would have been as big an embarrassment as it was in Alaska where he made up crap again. And David said, Drucker well, Biden has been embellishing for a long time. Yeah, but that's when he knew what he was doing. Now I think Joe actually does believe that he was at ground zero the next day looking into the gaping maw of hell or whatever he said there among the smoke and the debris. He wasn't there. He was on the floor of the Senate. He is mentally unhinged. His White House knew it and that's why they knew they could not have him at any of the important 9 -11 sites. Well, two things. You know, first of all, I think there's a lot of wisdom to the argument that if he was at one of the 9 -11 events, the reception he would get inevitably would embarrass him. Have you seen - Reception? Reception? I'm talking about booing. Nobody's going to boo him on 9 -11. Yes, they are. Yes, they are. Don't underestimate the anger and rage the that people have towards this guy. I mean, look, already he's gotten - I mean, I saw it with my own eyes when, you know, I've seen the loving reception that Trump got when he was being arrested from people in the inner city and people lining the streets cheering him. Look at the reception. And you've seen Biden get booed at various events that he's attended. New Yorkers in particular are aggravated and anger. Listen, ask a 9 -11 family what they think of Biden shaking the hand of the Saudi potentate or whatever he is. You know? And you don't think Saudi Arabia was complicit in 9 -11? I mean, this is - And so, yeah, I think you're right, the reception. And number two, this man's a liar. This man will just flat out - And I want to see how they're going to spin this whopper that he was standing, looking through the gaping jaws of hell the day after on the - as George Bush was. George Bush stood on the pile. George Bush had that bullhorn and George Bush said, I hear you. And soon the people who took down these buildings are going to hear you. Biden's trying to, you know, take away Bush's real life experience. Stolen presidential valor. Exactly. Somebody else was there and he wasn't. And you're lying about it? You're saying I was there? I mean, I know people who do this. Listen, I don't want to mention names, but there are people, frankly, and they're kind of pitiful. They just want to live on 9 -11 infamy and they want to bang that drum and they want to puff up their chest and say, look at me, look at me, look at me. The true heroes are the - And there are people who are trying to rescue people or find people and they've had post 9 -11 sickness and illness and death.
Fresh update on "george bush" discussed on Game of Crimes
"And so they were doing a milk run from our base camp at Santa Lucia to Pucallpa, where we had a, you know, kind of a resting recuperation place. And so they said, hey, on our way, let's see if we can find this lab spotted, and then we can send people in later, you know, to take it down. Apparently, when they flew in, they flew up this creek and didn't realize that it was a box canyon. And I think what happened is they tried to pull up. It was a CASA, short takeoff and landing aircraft. They're not made to go straight up in the air. And it flipped over and went nose down into the jungle and basically on the top of a mountain. And the difficulty in getting to it was that they couldn't, it was difficult to get a helicopter rotor close enough because of the slope of the hill to get it close enough to be able to land anybody. The helicopters couldn't land. Actually, the group led by Frank Balazs, a former snow-capped team leader, who by then was a group supervisor in Lima, he took a team there and actually they were fast roped down from a helicopter. It was an amazingly brave act. And then they spent time, they spent it overnight extracting the bodies from the aircraft and cutting down trees so a helicopter could land the next day to take the bodies and them out. It was an amazing feat. Yeah, the links you'll go to take care of your own. Well, and that had to be emotionally tough too, flying back. It's almost like when they bring the service people over, the service members over, they land at Dover. What was that like for you? It was heartbreaking for me and I still think about it. I'll tell you, they had the first, we have a DEA survivor benefit fund that retired agents pay into, you know, and they have fundraisers, golf tournaments all around the country to raise money that goes basically to the children of our slain agents. Kiki Camarena's one son I know is a judge today paid for by the survivor benefit fund. So it's a wonderful thing. In any event, they had the very first Meredith Thompson golf tournament in Washington DC the year after the crash and I was paired up with Meredith Thompson's father. He could not have been more gracious. You know, before I left DC a couple years ago, excuse me, I would still go out to the Meredith Thompson's golf benefit and I'm not a golfer but, you know, go out and support and, you know, carry food, carry chairs, ride around in a golf cart, smoke cigars, and all the fun stuff that you get to do out there and his sister or Meredith's sister still supports that and her mom still comes down to that every year or comes up to it, I guess, from South Carolina. Man, well, let's kind of move to things, lighten things up here a little bit. You had a long career in DEA because, I mean, we want to be respectful of time. We're kind of getting in on that, but I wanted to talk about your takeaway from DEA because you didn't stop serving. So what made you finally decide that I've done my time? Was it just mandatory retirement age? Did you extend or, you know, what was your decision? I actually had taken a job that detailed within the Department of Justice to set up a new organization to try to improve the coordination cooperation information exchange among federal law enforcement agencies, the intelligence community, and with state and local police. It's something that, you know, I was at it for about a year and a half before I retired, and it's something that after 9-1-1, I thought, geez, they should have had the same type of organization to coordinate intelligence information on terrorism, and it was within a year of retirement mandatory when 9-11 hit. And in a record 29 days from that tragedy, George Bush signed into law the Transportation Security Act, which created the Transportation Security Administration. Under federal law, you can't take another federal position unless your salary is reduced by the amount of your retirement annuity. So for me to become a TSA employee, basically, I'd be working for nothing. I would have done almost anything after 9-1-1 to get even with Osama bin Laden, but working for nothing was not one of them. So shortly thereafter, Congress passed some legislation which allowed up to five years to be exempted from that requirement. And when I heard that, I said, wow, I was the first in line and, in fact, I was the first DEA person to be hired by the new TSA. Why did you pick TSA? What was it about it that said, I want to go do that? I mean, obviously, you know, we get the 9-11 reference. In fact, on our episode that came out on 9-11, we had a former CIA case officer, Rick Pareto, was on, and we were talking a lot about that. But what made you want to... You were leaving DEA, like you said, approaching retirement age. What made you say TSA is the place I want to go? Well, it was just 9-11. Just in the aftermath of that, I thought whatever I can do to help is what I want to do. And, of course, with my background, I've never worked in an airport before, to be honest. You flew through a hell of a lot of them, right? Yeah. But, you know, my law enforcement... You know, actually, people don't understand this, TSA was created as a law enforcement agency. And what had happened was, in the law, if you look at the original bill, the FBI was required to give up its responsibility for investigating security incidents at airports. State and local police were to give up their responsibility at airports to a uniformed TSA force. Well, neither of them were happy about that. And they lobbied Congress. And within months, Congress retracted that. And the FBI kept their investigative responsibility. I was supposed to have had... I was hired to go to Orlando, Florida Airport, which at that time was the fifth largest in terms of screeners, number of screeners. I was supposed to have a uniformed police force, a handful of investigators. I got none of that. They should have changed the name from Transportation Security Administration to Transportation Screening Administration, because that's what we ended up doing. I did have one law enforcement assistant. In fact, I lured Rick Scoville away from DEA. He was the agent in charge of the Orlando office for DEA. So, I don't know, DEA, hopefully, has forgotten that by now. But Rick was terrific. And what his job was, was to ensure that there was appropriate response to security incidents by federal, state or local police, and to investigate allegations against our own screeners, our own employees. But anyway, so I had taken a job thinking I was getting into a law enforcement organization. By the time I got to Orlando, however, things had changed dramatically. Well, yeah, boy, had they. Because that's actually what I was getting back to. We were talking, when you started there, what year was it when you started TSA? Just right after 9-11? Well, it was 2002. I mean, obviously, it took, you know, the hiring process took several months and I actually started in April of 2002. So, I retired from DEA on a Friday. And started Monday? Monday. And believe me, I had a thousand screeners in Orlando that was not a retirement job. Now, were you living in Orlando at the time or did you have to move there? I was in Washington, DC. And, you know, I had been, as we talked about, in Miami for four years and enjoyed it, but we had no intention of ever going back. We were in Washington, DC. We were in the home that we had built in 1978 and moved back into four times. Where was that at? In Oakton, Virginia? Yeah, I'm over, I'm still, Murph, the traitorous bastard left me a couple of years ago. I'm in Ashburn, so. Oh, okay. So, yeah, I'm at, it's actually Stuart Mill Woods. It's near Fox Mill Road in Oakton. Anyway, I forget where I was going. No, you were talking about you'd move back and forth. You weren't ever going to move back to Florida again. To Florida. But, you know, when they offered me Orlando, you know, Joanne and I talked about it. I said, you know, it's hard for me to say I'll only go where I want to go, you know, in the aftermath of 9-11. And Joanne agreed. She said, hey, if that's where they want you to go, let's go. So back to Florida we went. Hey, real quickly, by the time you moved back to Florida, how many different places had you lived by that time, you think, by the time you ended up back in Orlando? Well, in my career, and I had a couple since then, but in my career, I moved 14 times.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 08/02/23
"We could use this every day for the M &M segment. I love it. Knowing me, there is a reason. This of course was sung by a jingle singer named Cynthia Fee for the theme to the Golden Girls, but written by this wonderful man right here, Andrew Gold, who did such great work with Linda Ronstadt and others, and wrote some pretty great records himself like Lonely Boy, the great Andrew Gold would have been. Gosh, it was his birthday today, and so there we go. Well, we need friends. Oh my goodness gracious me, we sure do. We have to have a community, and you know, I'm going to start out maybe riling you up a little bit. I'm not going to suggest you're mistaken by saying that when I say that people should be rallying behind Trump uniformly, I get it, we're going to let the game come to us, voters are going to get to decide, but boy, this would be a good time if you've been on the fence, and you have been sort of squishy about, well, I don't know, Trump, baggage, DeSantis, maybe an alternative, I kind of like that vague fellow. Now, this is a time to stand with a guy who is being unbelievably persecuted, not prosecuted, persecuted for his beliefs. You know, Mark, I've been thinking a lot about that, and first of all, I can't believe my level of emotion right now. I didn't expect to be this emotional. Me neither. Give voice to that, because you and I have done this forever, right? We have some decades, there have been presidents we liked, those we didn't. Policies we thought were great, policies we thought were horrible. There is something singularly horrid about this. Please, you go first. Well, the word is sinister. There's a sinister effort to stop the election process, to subvert the election. Everybody knows it, everybody's in on it. The Democrats are well aware of this. When Trump says, why did they wait two and a half years to throw all this at me? We know the answer to that, so I'm feeling kind of a combination. First of all, I'm surprised at how sad I am, and how fearful I am. I don't know how this is going to play out, but it's not good. It's not good for the Democrats, it will not be good for the Democrats. It's not good for Republicans, it's not good for this constitutional republic to criminalize political speech. And that's literally what Jack Smith, this guy, this scoundrel, is attempting to do. He's making the case that he knows that Donald Trump didn't believe that the election was suspect. Now, you and I are in a very unique position here on this. We hear every day from people from all walks of life. We hear people North, South, East, West, young, old, right, left. Is there any doubt in your mind that of the thousands of reactions you and I have gotten from people saying that Trump got hosed in 2020, that the thousands and thousands of people who have said this election was not on the up and up, COVID laws, they changed things because of COVID, they changed election laws in the middle of the night, all the suspicions that people have. Is there any doubt in your mind, Mark, that those are not sincerely held beliefs? None. Of course they believe it. And people can agree with it, disagree with it, and you can feel that things were squirrelly, or you can say, as Trump does, that we definitely won. You even have the right in America to be a little bit of a nut. You can go full Sidney Powell with the Hugo Chavez changing the Dominion machine scenario. Even that's not illegal. You can go to jail for saying, you can go to jail for saying, ladies and gentlemen, I believe that the moon is made out of Swiss cheese. Come get me, put handcuffs on me, take me away. Now, here's though, but let's go apples to apples. The government, Biden's government, Biden's Justice Department, and of course that's the whole story, is trying to make the case that Trump's words and actions led to the riot on January 6th, and therefore disenfranchised voters. You were talking about this earlier. They're going to use that old gag, the disenfranchisement of voters. How are voters disenfranchised by sitting around saying, as far as I know, Trump didn't get into the White House in 2021. Nobody was disenfranchised. Biden's the president. He's in the Oval Office. Nothing got, who was disenfranchised? How can you even make that claim, Mark? What can you, what can you possibly, okay, so Trump didn't think that he legitimately lost in 2020. Guess what? Join the club because I've got a montage that I'm going to play not from 2016. But Mike, that's not possible because 2020 was the first year that anybody ever doubted an election. Surely you don't have audio of Democrats doubting results from the past. Go, go, do you remember the George W. Bush, Al Gore Supreme Court battle? Remember that one? You're old enough to remember that? There's a montage that everybody can now hear. It goes back to those days when prominent Democrats, one after another, lined up and said that George W. Bush is not the legitimate president of the United States. He was the president select, remember? Oh, sure. And the Supreme Court anointed him. And by the way, all of those completely untrue things that they said, they have every right to say them. They have every right to say them. Nobody came to their house and went, we're going to indict you and lock you up for the rest of your life for saying those things. You know, one of the most popular text message articles that I've received is when people text me the keyword Trump and we send back a list of Trump accomplishments. Because a lot of people forget what happened in the four years that he was president. So thousands and literally tens of thousands of people have sent that text message, the word Trump, to my text line, which is 800 -655 -MIKE. A close second, and now I think a close third, will be when people want to hear the montage of Hillary, of the late John Lewis, of Jimmy Carter. Go down the list. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, not only doubting the legitimacy of the 2016 election, but now you can hear the montage that the great folks over at Grabian put together questioning the outcome of the George Bush Al Gore election. If you text the keyword fraud to 800 -655 -MIKE from your phone, we'll send you back the video clip of the election deniers Hillary Clinton at all in 2016. If you text the words more fraud to 800 -655 -MIKE, we'll send you back the montage of all the election deniers from the George Bush Al Gore battle. I mean, it's complete hypocrisy. And Mark, there is a nefarious, diabolical, sinister, history -making chapter that was just begun yesterday. And I know where this ends. I think you do too. You're a smart guy. I've been listening to you all day. This is going to have to be decided by the Supreme Court. The judge that has been randomly assigned to the Trump case, wink, wink, yeah, some random assignment. Have you read about this Lulu? This piece of work? She gives people jail sentences for January 6th when the government didn't want jail sentences for them. She sent a couple to jail for taking a selfie on Capitol Hill that day, and the government wasn't seeking any jail time. But this judge, an Obama appointee, is going to hear—so listen, get ready, because she's going to throw—she will absolutely rule against Trump. We're going to see a guy that might—I'm not kidding you—brace yourself, wind up in prison next year. Jack Smith is asking for a speedy trial. And I'm under no illusion that this thing is going to play out nicely or have a happy ending until it gets to the Supreme Court. I don't think it'll play out quickly, though. Every concern you have is rock solid, but I don't think there's—the reason he wants a speedy trial is so that it's plunked right down in the middle of the primaries. And I don't think that justice is going to move briskly here. Did you catch John Law in the— Wait a minute, wait a minute, hold on, let me push back on that with love. Let me tell you why. They hold the cards. They're playing—this is their game, Mark. This is not Trump's game. Now, you're right, this could—in a normal world, it would play out forever. This isn't normal. They're breaking the rules. They're making up the rules as they go. Of course they want a speedy trial because they want to disqualify Trump from November of 2024. Because, Mark, hey, announce your voice. He's going to win. He's going to win. I am more convinced of that now than ever. Well, the nomination, surely it seems, and I guess on a future day we'll talk about whether this helps or hurts in the general, but what do these people want? One of two things is true. They're trying to destroy him so that he'll never be the nominee or the president. Or they're trying to—or it's an odd four -dimensional chess where they are trying to gin up so much support in the MAGA base that he's absolutely the nominee because they think Biden can beat him. Which of those is true? That's a great question because they are not oblivious to these crazy poll numbers. They worship at the altar of the New York Times. The New York Times is predicting that Trump's going to win, and the New York Times is saying he might win in the general election. The New York Times -Siena poll is looking at a head -to -head matchup. I mean, Trump's got the— He is, without a doubt, a formidable political opponent that is the—I believe—I'm going to say it right now, and I'll get in trouble for it because I'm trying to be neutral. And I will absolutely support whoever the Republican nominee is as decided by the voters. But I have a belief that I think is going to be shared by millions and millions of people. Trump's the only guy who can beat the Democrats. Trump is the only guy who can win. Trump is the only guy who can stop them. I don't like the chances of any other—look at any one of them. DeSantis is a vague— You think Biden beats the—if the half -court shot goes in and DeSantis wins the lottery ticket and somehow gets the nomination in Milwaukee next year— And he could. And he could. And he could. You think Biden beats him? I think that Trump is our best chance, Mark. No, I mean, listen, I'm prayerfully going to believe that any Republican is going to beat this infirm old man who's shuffling around asking who ordered the veal cutlet. I don't know, but I still believe now, more than ever, that Trump is the best chance. Everything about the deep state, the uni -party, the system, everything is coming to fruition. It's true, Mark. And they're doing it— And he's vindicated. And they're saying it—just Jack Smith demanding a speedy trial. I mean, you took your time for two and a half years. Now you want a speedy trial? Are you kidding me? No, no, no. They're doing it right under our noses. And let me talk about the final heartbreak of the last 24 hours. You've touched on it. Mike Pence. Mike Pence. I've interviewed him on a number of occasions. What a good man. What a good Christian. What a servant's heart. He's got a servant's heart. And listen, he's a former colleague. He's a talk radio guy. I know, radio guy. I mean, he loved talking to me when I interviewed him on a number of occasions about the business. You know, he was in front of a microphone.
Is the US Government Headed for Financial Disaster?
"Number two. How might the government avoid default are the Republicans being unfair? Okay, this is not really explaining itself, but I'm assuming that the person asking the question is wondering about the debt ceiling and so on and so forth. Ladies and gentlemen, you ought to know this by now. Government likes to spend money. Here's the problem. It's my money. It's your money. They need to be reigned in traditionally, it is conservatives who understood this better than Democrats who are in favor of big government and who don't mind spending us into the tank. But many, many Republican Republicans, including George Bush and Donald Trump, have done a pretty bad job on this as well. I think we need to be extremely rigorous. And do everything we can to not just lower the debt ceiling, but to lower the debt, we've got to get serious about this. And anybody showing any leadership on that is my hero.
How the Gov't Is Persecuting Dr. Simone Gold and John Strand
"What is it that they are charging you with its preposterous that they're charging you with anything. But what are they, I mean, the idea that you would face years? I just want to give the background on that. And before you say, is that we were both charged similarly with the same exact 5 charges. One is a felony, which doesn't apply in our situation, obstructing Congress. It's a rule called 15, 12 C two, that has nothing to do with the events of January 6th. It's an accounting financial law that George Bush signed into law about the enron scandal about witness tampering and shredding evidence. They've taken that statute, which is only been applied in those kinds of cases and applied them to hundreds of people like John and like myself. Why? Because it's got a 20 year felony attachment. And when you hear that 20 years, you take a plea. That's what I did. There were also a few misdemeanors thrown our way. So we walked peacefully, there's never been anything violent. Of course not. And I chose to just take the government's offering of a misdemeanor and John said, I am not lying. And therefore, he, like me, is facing the felony, foreign misdemeanors, but my point before you answer that is, how does the government go from saying this might be a 24 year incarceration to, by the way, you could have zero time. In other words, they offered me 60 days. They would have offered him less because he was working for America, and doctors working for me, but instead they might want to throw him in 24 years.
A Lot of People Had High Hopes for Mike Pence... Not John Zmirak
"Lot of people had high hopes for Mike Pence and would disappoint it. I never had the slightest hopes for Mike Pence because back in 2015, at the stream, I wrote a column on how useless he was. Mike Pence had put through a religious freedom bill protecting the rights of Christians to associate and hire people, despite the attacks of the LGBTQ my name is legion movement. In other words, it was a religious freedom restoration act. And what it did was, it said, Christian employers could not be forced to hire people who were advancing openly gay, lifestyles. It said that no federal law mandating gay gay rights could Trump the First Amendment. The Chamber of Commerce in Indiana rebelled. Under the pressure of the gay lobby, the Chamber of Commerce said, oh no, they're going to be boycotts. They won't have college sports games. Indiana will suffer and Pence caved. Penn's caved in a red state of which he was already governor. So I said, okay, this is a weak sister. This is not somebody we need. And when Trump picked and for vice president, I said, oh boy, we are screwed. And then the deep state conducted its coup d'etat against our legitimately elected president. It started during the transition period. When Trump tried to hire Mike Flynn to supervise the deep state to sort of see what they were doing because George Bush trashed the constitution by passing the Patriot Act. It allowed federal intelligence agencies to collude to surveil Americans. It created the kind of joke kangaroo court, the fisa court that would rubber scam, surveillance, and every American on the slightest pretext, Obama, the Obama administration weaponized that and started going after conservatives and Christians using the deep state.
Marc Thiessen: The Media Dismissed Anyone Who Believed Wuhan Lab Leak
"Have you ever noticed that when the beast is wrong, they never backpedal the beast, you know, as I call the media and academia and Hollywood and all that. You know how they mocked anybody who suggested that COVID came from a lab leak in Wuhan? Mark Titian pointed out last night with Dana perino and Bill hemmer on Fox News. He's a former George Bush speech writer who writes now for The Washington Post. He's a Fox News regular. He said the media, they didn't just downplay the lab leak theory. I mean, they attacked and even mocked anybody who dared to suggest it. But we have to look at our response and why we got it wrong because it's obviously it's going to happen again at some point because China is not going to become more democratic. They're not going to become more open. They're not going to stop doing this kind of research. So what did we do? Why was our response so bad? And then also why did our public health experts go out and say things that turned out to be completely wrong? And then the other big issue that we really need to do some introspection is is the media. So the media didn't just downplay this. They made fun of people who said this was that this was a possibility. They dismissed it. Of course, we're all reacting to the news that the energy department has now joined the FBI, another big federal agency in believing that COVID that the virus was the result of a Wuhan China lab leak.
Charlie Kirk: Ignoring Ohio Is Part of a 'War on White People'
"Charlie Kirk has an interesting theory on his show Monday had a provocative opinion that the mainstream media is going after, but hey, it's fodder for thought. Listen to what, listen to Charlie's theory. Not a single member of the Biden regime would dare to go. To this portion of Ohio and breathe in the air because they know it's dangerous. They know that it is actively poisoning the citizens of eastern Ohio. So why is it that it kind of shrugged their shoulders and they say, ah, yeah, okay, whatever. It's very simple. It's because the war on white people continues. Why would you care for the white working class voters in eastern Ohio? You haven't cared about them in other reasons or other portions. And I will prove it to you. If this train derailment happened in downtown Atlanta, in the densely populated black neighborhoods, this would be the number one news story. It would be Flint water crisis two. There would be clamoring and activism and talks for reparations. I mean, Flynn is a good example of a mainstream media that gets consumed with a narrative that we don't care about black people, go to Katrina, Hurricane Katrina, led to a lot of people on the left at least who have the who came to the conclusion that George Bush, the Bush administration, Republicans didn't care about black people.
DOJ Sent Agents to Biden Mansion but Lacked Clearance for Search
"The FBI did in fact send a PI agents or should I say the DoJ did To Biden's mansion in Wilmington Delaware When the private lawyers were looking for documents but several of the DoJ personnel that were sent to Wilmington did not have clearance to view classified documents Isn't that brilliant No S.W.A.T. teams nothing no no They were just observers for a period of time No independent Searches we've talked about this Stick with us folks or at least 48 hours ahead of the curve here Now The White House won't talk National archives told mister comer they won't talk without approval from the DoJ DoJ won't talk and of course these special counsel's office won't talk So we're in the midst of a continuing cover up A continuing cover up that started with November 2nd through the midterm election Through the holidays to today And you know who else has been silent Ladies and gentlemen Barack Obama hasn't said a word And these are his documents George Bush hasn't said anything Wonder why Bill Clinton hasn't said anything Hillary Clinton who normally can't keep her mouth shut has kept her mouth shut Where's Dick Cheney when we need him He hasn't said anything Bill Barr who was ubiquitous in attacking Donald Trump you might recall and I pointed it out repeatedly he's nowhere to be found
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the UniParty's Grab for Our Freedom
"Welcome back, talk to my Johnson miraculous here from Texas show. John, don't you find it at least interesting that Naomi wolf, who is, was very politically liberal during the Bush administration. She was pointing out precisely the same things that you were pointing out. And people like me were stupidly drifting along with the Republican herd and not seeing the dangers inherent in what we now know is the uni party and the deep state what they were doing. What George Bush and Cheney and company were doing was not consonant with the American founders vision, but the Republicans went along with it. Because one of them, we were panicked and they used 9 11 to panic us into giving up our freedoms. George Bush, one of the only true things the man ever said was that a bin Laden and the Islamists hate us for our freedoms. But unfortunately, bush was, you know, the figurehead of the movement to revoke those very freedoms and to create a deep state that the deep state as we saw what it did to the president of the United States in office. What they did to Donald Trump. He could not control them. What they did to Matt Gaetz to Devin Nunez. When he tried to investigate the Russian collusion hoax, they turned all their power on him and made him seem like a Russian agent of influence. Congress can't stop them. The president can't stop them. The courts can't stop them. The Patriot Act and I did warn about this in 2006 in my entry in the war on terror in American conservatism and encyclopedia. It's a 900 page book. I contributed the entry on the Iraq War and the war on terror and a couple other things. I said, this is not so much a repeal of the constitution as of the Magna Carta.
President Trump Gave the Republican Party an Identity
"And I contend that this is the reason why Trump is so hated. I believe that Trump exposed the system simply by giving the Republican Party an identity yet again. Ronald Reagan did the same thing. We haven't had an identity for quite some time. It took Ronald Reagan. We went through this spell where we had George Bush, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, and I feel like, at the time, I supported George W. Bush, but in hindsight, I go back and I'm like, man, this guy really did some damage to the conservative brand. One of the ways in which he did damage is by calling us or by calling himself a compassionate conservative. And I'm going to get into that in the second hour. Dennis prager wrote a fabulous column that I want to share with you also there was another column and a.m. greatness. And I want to talk about the compassionate left or the disk compassionate left because they're not a party of compassion. They're actually very mean people. But what the heck do we stand for as Republicans?
"george bush" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Years earlier, and they came back and told everybody, man, we just killed a bunch of people by going a two. Do you really think the queen of Spain is going to give her three best ships to some lunatic to fucking sail off the edge of the planet? They knew. Have you never seen a picture of earth from space? What do you think we got the perfect angle every fucking time? Have you never seen a lunar eclipse? Has it ever just been a line across the moon? Have you ever talked to a sailor that crossed the Atlantic? Has he ever told you about the big flip? No. I three days into the journey. We all go. I got. You wouldn't believe this week. I'm actually psyched to be down here. I had such a fucking stressful week. My grandmother was what are you guys chatting about? The whole cave. What are you talking about? Oh, Jesus Christ. It's like a nice talking about me. What are you talking about? How do you save to me? Why do you guys have matching his and her earrings? That's kind of bizarre. Does he have like the same content? Link those things together. We came pirates. All aboard. I'm just fucking. Relax. There's a 40 three year old guy in a checkered shirt to come jumping up on the stage. This is like a fucking work. What do you do? What do I do with that one? Just gonna jump up and throw in his back and then fucking sue me. You provoked it, your honor. I was all unfold and stuff and I still had to defend my arm. That one of those fucking lawsuits about nothing. Yes, I'm actually. This is a shit I was dealing with before I came down and talked about stress and my grandma to stay with me. 95 years old. Coming again, 95 still going. You get that old man. You stop becoming like a kid again. Can't do shit. She was driving me nuts, all fucking week. I'd be sitting there in silence and I just knew that voice was coming from the other room. Does this sink work? Yeah, grandma, you just gotta turn the faucet on. Oh, okay. Fucking ten minutes later. What? I just toaster work. You just gotta press it down. No, okay. Tension is building. Say I shut the fuck up. On off. Everything's got on and off. You want it to work, you flip it on. So, it's your gun. Real tens store towards the end of the week, because you want to meet my girlfriend, right? Girlfriend's black. Grandmother's wife, obviously. I don't realize my grandmother. She's like, she's old school white. I didn't write about kind of forgot she was like born in 1907. You know what I'm saying? Sounds like it is New York ain't no big deal. Yeah, it should be all right. Shit, I showed her the picture. I'm having a meeting. That's a picture. And she's cute, and she just goes like. And I'm like, what? What's the matter? And she just didn't say nothing. I swear to God, and then like two hours later, she's sitting on the couch. It's like bugging her. And she's just like, you know what? I can never live with you. Your views on the world are just. You know, I don't know. She's like beating around the bush. You're like, 'cause she's a Republican. I'm like, what? You know, I don't like George Bush's at it. She's like, you know. What are you talking like? My girl? She's like, yeah, that's what you don't know exactly what I'm talking about. I'm like, what's the problem? It's 2002. There's no problem with that shit. She's not. She's like, y'all. Yeah, that's not right. Like, what's wrong? Did you gotta have all kinds of problems? I'm like, what kind of problem are gonna have all you'll see? Like staying on an ominous shit, I'm like, what do you mean? I'll see. You're gonna have problems. Because the only problem I'm gonna have is people like you. Being a pain in the ass. One other problem would I have? Yeah, you'll see. She couldn't come up with any shit. So then she went down a meter, and she was fucking rude. Fucking rude and kill me. Fucking kill me. My girl. She went to college. My grandma's never even been to college. Grew up on a fucking farm. You know what I'm saying? She's looking. I couldn't believe I couldn't fucking believe it. I couldn't believe this. I look at my grandmother totally different now. She used to be this cute old lady. I'm sitting there making like cookies. Hey, what's the chocolate? Can I just, I just don't see that. We already went to moat meal 9 to see everyone knickers. Stay away from the juice. She's not, she doesn't like anybody. You know, she really, I already knew she hates Japanese people. She can't stand him. Does she? She looked through Pearl Harbor. She doesn't trust him. She really had issues with Japanese people. Now to this shit was 50 years ago, she can't stand him. She's always glaring at him and shit. On my grandma, what's wrong? What's wrong? They're always taking pictures. Like they're these bunch of spies. So I don't know, man, that really freaked me out. I guess I don't know. I guess that's the way it's gonna be, so. She'll be dead soon. Okay. Well, you
"george bush" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore
"At this point, it's you and your wife. And I have two kids. I have Madison, who's the firefighter. She's probably 6 and my son is two. Okay. At this time. So I travel all around, looking at different places, and then some folks wanted to plan a church here in Tallahassee. They called me out of the blue. I mean, you knew them? No, I didn't know them. We were both part of something called the willow creek association. So I was part of that and I had some like I'm a church planner, you know, if any people be liable. They said, hey, you know, we'd like you to come out. And I said, you know, I'm a gen xer from LA, right? And they're like, we know, we know who you are and everything I'm like, okay. So I told my wife and I promised God we'd go through every open door. And so I wasn't going to come. And I told my wife and she hates flying. I said, hey, these people in Tallahassee wanted me to come out. I don't think I'm going to go. And she's like, we promise God, we go through every open door. I'm like, that's right. We promised you're coming with me. So we came here and it was nothing. I never thought I would be called to a city of less than at least 500,000 people. Like I just, I was from LA. LA mindset is very, very different. And so we came out here and I was just it was right when the whole hanging Chad thing had just been resolved and everything and then I saw the university's and I was like, wow, Tallahassee changed the trajectory of the history of the earth, like what happened here, you know, radically what was decided here in Tallahassee the Supreme Court. Arguably, like we would be in a very different place today, worse better. I don't know, but we would have had we would have a very different history if Al Gore would have been president said George Bush. Exactly. I came back and forth several times talking to people and things like that.
"george bush" Discussed on TFG Truth
"President put forward from the Supreme Court. I want to be clear, I'm not going nuts. Oh, God. So all these trusted people that give me all my information that I'll don't remember their names. I mean, just I trust these people completely. And we are close. We are tight. Those folks, those comrades of mine. And honestly, that outfit over there. You're talking about The Pentagon. Come on, man. I just sounded like him. Come on, man. Joe Biden is on there. And again, back to our point before. This is very scary. And then you think about, okay, the next person in line is Kamala Harris. Who truly can't hold a conversation with anyone. This just screams, get out and vote, folks across the country. Please vote red. I mean, even if you don't favor everything that the Republicans say, you've got it, we've got to make a change here. I always say the big pendulum, but always sort of swings a little right, and it comes back to the middle, right? Because things get a little bit too far. And then they go left. Well, they are really far left, and the people run in this country. We know it's not Joe Biden. So the people running this country are ultra progressive, super, super far left. We've got to get them out. Midterm elections, folks in November. And I would ask, you know, we should probably do this. We should interview somebody that on the left at some point here soon. Because I do want to know, what is your long-term strategy? Where are you, where do you want the country headed? Where do you think the countries had it, right? Do you think having a vice president and a president that nobody approves of, right? They say 38 or 33%. Who the hell was in the 33 and 38%? Honestly. I mean, I mean, and again, I'm not saying that Donald Trump was perfect by any means. I did not like his Twitter account, right? I thought he was a bit, you know, divisive in the way he did things at times, right? I'm not saying he was perfect. I'm also not saying Barack Obama was perfect or George Bush was perfect or obviously I'm not a fan of half of those folks I just named. But at least with Barack Obama, I did not agree with it all. I did not like Barack Obama. But at least you were like, okay, that guy's representing our country can have a conversation with somebody. Right?
"george bush" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Left wing members of Congress would give them a free pass. And no matter what, they would still win elections, but it's not happening. I mean, they're even still going back to their old playbook and it's going to be clip number three where they're still blaming the former president. You know, when George Bush left office, for years, everything was George Bush's fault. Everything was George Bush's fault. And there's still no, I could not believe it when I heard this clip and I'm thinking, okay, we got to put it at the top of the show because the nerve of the Biden administration to basically say that this is all Donald Trump's fault. Let's listen in clip number three. We have to remember where this country was more than a year ago when he walked into office. The economy was not in a great place. A schools were closed businesses were closed. We didn't have a comprehensive COVID COVID strategy yeah, I remember where the economy was. Do you? I was going to say, wait a minute though. First off, you did. You did create the strategy for COVID. It was shut everything down. That wasn't Donald Trump's idea of things. His idea was to stop travel from certain locations. His idea was not to show the country. That was you guys. That was your comprehensive strategy. That's what's so funny, and I agree with you. The economy was obviously much, much better than it is right now. And by the way, people forget, coming out of COVID, you know, when I say coming out of COVID, like most of us did, you know, in 2020, but there's a lot to still in it, really. But coming out of that first few months, the economy came back fairly quickly. Believe it or not, like you would think with that, looking at that, I'd be like, oh my God, two years, the economy must have been terrible. It wasn't. It came back in the summer and the fall of 2020. And if you look at sales tax revenue across New York State, it was up significantly when stores started opening again, the economy was moving, which meant a lot more revenue for local governments, local municipalities, because that's usually shared at least an Arctic in the Woods with school districts, the whole 9 yards. But you want to say, okay, remember the economy we inherited. We'll look at it now. Right. Inflation at a 40 year high. Gas prices up 50% in one year. Groceries up 12% in one month. Americans are spending an extra $160 per month on gas. Restaurant price is up 7% milk, up 16%, chicken, up 17% eggs, up 32%. And Mike have I talked about this on the radio Saturday Stefan. Gas two years ago and I know it was a COVID year, say what you want. Fine. Was $2 and 20 something cents. Biden and June of 2020, it was at like $3 and 40 cents. We're now at $5, right? Like, people forget, we're not just comparing Donald Trump comparing to Joe Biden's first year in office. That's the other thing. Inflation up 3% over the last 12 months or 3% plus, right? Consumer debt from when Trump was president June of 2020 compared to now in June of 22, consumer debt up 14 times the amount that Donald Trump at it. It's unbelievable. That's a big deal. Facts are stubborn things. Everyone's an entitled to an opinion you're not entitled to your own set of facts. And I think you can ask any American are you better off now.
Jim Jordan Pens Letter to Bennie Thompson Ahead of Jan. 6 Hearing
"Jim Jordan a great patriot Sent a letter To many Thompson The chairman of this rogue operation Who tried to prevent George Bush from being seated as president and then Donald Trump the irony We've never had a committee of Congress subpoena members of the opposite party Obviously we're going to places now because of the totalitarian mindset of Nancy Pelosi and her thugs In the letters a long letter it's a comprehensive letter It's an important letter for the record And I don't have time to read all of it to you but I have read it all to myself And among other things he objects to and I quote how the select committee was only targeting Republican members for testimony And did not sought testimony from any Democrat members with responsibility for oversight of the security of the capital complex That's why if you watch this tonight you're really betraying yourself There's a Democrat DNC effectively paid for with your tax dollars piece of propaganda crack
Remember, a Candidate Has Every Right to Challenge an Election Process
"A candidate including the sitting president of the United States has every right Every right To challenge an election process and not just in court There is absolutely nothing in the United States Constitution that gives judicial review To state courts over the election process now they've assumed that authority in many respects it's a political process It's what it is Say constitutional granted political process If a president wants legal advice because he believes he has enough information to suggest fraud or the changing of laws and violation of the federal constitution so forth He is every right to fight that Al Gore fought the election in 2000 he went to the courts Many members of his party during the county process objected to George Bush being president of the United States Now this is going to be a critically important point
How Is the Obama Administration So Insulated From Media Scrutiny?
"We saw coming out of the Patriot Act, as you said, that first few years of W's and George Bush's administration into the Obama administration. You know, one of the things that I think is so underreported is Obama administration and we're transitioning this into a little bit later, was so, oh, we're going to get along with the world. We're using this. They were one of the heaviest users of drones and I mean, I mean, how do they how does the Obama administration continue to be so insulated from scrutiny from the mainstream media, even after he's been out of office now for so long? It's a mindset. Listen, I remember the summer of 2008 like it was yesterday and the media was cheering on Barack Obama. There was no chance for John McCain to win that election because the media had fallen in love with the idea that the first black president was going to be elected and then he had this great new liberal progressive agenda that would take us away from the policies of George W. Bush and the wars. In fact, Obama sustained those wars continuously, continued to exercise in some cases, extend the powers of the Patriot Act and became a regular consumer of information that had been unmasked and in fact the unmasking requests under Obama went way up. So did the violations of civil liberties. That's one of the most important things in November of 2016 as Barack Obama is about to head out the door. He drops on the fisa court. Oh, we forgot to tell you about 5 years worth of violation. Sorry about that judge. And they drop all of these violations as they're going out of the door so they wouldn't get in trouble. If the Trump administration came to the court, 5 years of just chronic violations of American civil liberties, they had less regard for civil liberties than the Bush administration. The record in the fisa court is now ultimately clear about that.
We Always Knew What Putin Was All About
"Anything about Putin and I've spoken to a lot of people over the years who have studied him, I've done my own reporting as far back as I told you when I was in Haley Gandalf, Germany for G 8, which Russia was a part of Russia really dominated a lot of that conversation back in June of 2007. And what we learned in June 2007 was what the Ukrainians had been warning of for years. I can remember as a reporter covering from here, not in Ukraine, but from here the orange revolution of Ukraine back in 2004, we knew what his aspirations were, that was fully on display in 2007, we've continually made mistakes. Administration after administration, George Bush, somehow saw Putin as a good guy as a nice guy and John McCain's famous quote was, you know, I looked into his eyes and saw pure evil. Anyway, we have mistakenly been quite mistaken about him. At various times, as to the Trump administration, they're handling the situation. You know, we'll see how this all shakes out, but I will point out that this is happening now. It didn't happen then. So why is it happening now? And why are we in a situation where we have to worry about China, ganging up with Russia against us? While simultaneously get a load of this, we still haven't fully cut off the darn Russian energy. We have not stopped importing Russian energy. Now there is word on trading floors. Nobody wants to go near this stuff. Russian energy is trading oil, for example, around 27 bucks a barrel. You compare that with the 113 here, you can see there's quite a spread, but nonetheless, there is a market to sanitize or launder believe it or not oil, and there are people that do that. So somebody still making sure that Russia gets something.
Mark Levin: Sen. Bernie Sanders Never Stood up for Anything
"Go ahead There is a massive effort right now Worse in modern American history To undermine the very foundations of American democracy and that's all built on the big lie that Trump really won the election at 2020 No no no no no It's built on the big lie that the vote is being suppressed Tell me Bernie Sanders did George Bush when the election in 2000 Your party said he didn't Did he win the election in 2004 at your party said he didn't Did Donald Trump win the election in 2016 Well I'll tell you what's funny You are a senator from Vermont you never stood up and told your party to stand down You never stood up and defended the election of 2016 You never stood up and said what's this Russia collusion crack You never stood up and said stop with a phony impeachment Stop with the coups You never stood up and say we need to investigate what took place in the prior administration at the FBI and the intelligence agencies And at the foyer court you never stood up and say what this Mueller investigation is criminal investigation You never stood up and said crap Not a damn thing And now he says the worst in modern history to undermine the very foundations of American democracy Which is exactly what Bernie Sanders believes him Yet Bernie Sanders speak out against the riots in 2020 Not that I recall certainly not in any significant way
"george bush" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To avoid the pandemic but that didn't keep me from asking him about the current state of affairs at Goldman Here now is that portion of my conversation with Lloyd blankfein Lloyd you made a choice upon leaving Goldman not to get involved in the firm's affairs And not to comment on how your successor David Solomon is doing How come Well I think that that's I mean I don't think that's some radical notion First of all Some former CEOs get plenty involved in their companies Well I think that that's not the best behavior To do Obviously I root for my old firm I root for my successor I am an investor I don't think it's only my choice to take myself out of involvement I left the firm I'm not there anymore It shouldn't be I shouldn't be involved I don't think people would be interested in my I don't drive the firm I don't govern the firm At this point I have a good relationship with my successor But I don't think I like the post presidency of George Bush but in the post presidency of Donald Trump I don't think you have to recognize that the job is tough If you're an outsider you don't see everything You're weighing trade off all the time I'm not pretty to the consequences of it and I don't think you should I don't think you should I don't think it's productive to second guess that Do you find it difficult not to be there Do you find yourself wanting to pick up the phone and talk about things and having to exist Of course that's why I have a I have a phone that's connected to the system and I have a rubber telephone that I go off of my grandchild that's connected to nothing And that's the one I talked to and give advice to You were renowned on Wall Street and your industry for I might call it a laser focus on risk You put it in other way spending 98% of your time worrying about things with a 2% probability Yeah and I was being you know I was trying not to look I run the risk I didn't want to look too crazy but I really spent a 100% of my time worrying I mean I did It's a job where you work because nobody knows anything And nobody can guess the future Really nobody can get any of some people may accidentally be right from time to time but nobody really knows And there's a lot of I'd say a lot of the job and a lot of worrying about risk is contingency planning Not what do you think will happen But what could happen And by the way given enough time everything not only can happen but everything will happen Put that hat back on Maybe you never took it off You take it off but I don't think it comes off What are the remote possibilities you'd be most worried about today Nothing that ever happens Looks in hindsight like it was remote Because it happened But today probably won't be criminality or North Korea It probably might be a mistake or a flawed or flawed program that sells all your assets for a quarter of the value And you can't pull it back An error in some piece of code Something like that That's something that one has to one has to worry about Not something that's not and that's not inevitable Some things that are inevitable that I'd be so concerned is how we manage interest rates going back to what I'll call normal but normal by history If everybody owns paper that has been issued at half a percent 1% 2% and interest rates go to ten year interest rates go to 5% not an unreasonable place for them to be if you look at over history what happens to the mark to market on everybody's portfolio In the world Any instrument ever issued That's still extent As a result of low interest rates people have been taking extra credit risk Maybe sovereign risk but extra credit risk in order to get higher yields That will break people's hearts because things are stable but if the market gets disrupted it tends to be the weaker credits that separate that the stronger credits separate from the weekend So there's a number of things that can go wrong when money starts to get allocated by assigning a cost of money that's more consistent with history And that's a long way from where we are now in the market You're listening to a conversation with Lloyd blankfein on his life after Goldman Sachs Coming up the former CEO weighs in on inflation cryptocurrencies and the future of New York City Anybody writes off New York This is crazy I mean the Roman Empire fell took a thousand years so I'm not saying anything has to last forever but I see no reason to conclude that New York is going to surrender That's straight ahead on this Christmas Day edition of Bloomberg front row I'm Erik schatzker and this is Bloomberg The market new care has the power to bring kindness where it's needed It brings out the best in every one of us It doesn't just see people It takes time to understand them It puts the needs of others ahead of its own And when you start with care you end up with a very different kind of bank Truest Truest bank member FDIC.
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe Still Hung on 2000 Election
"I just played for you the discussion on critical race theory He doesn't even know what it is He knows the teacher should have no say in the school system Excuse me He knows that parents parents should have no say in the school system that teachers and their unions and the educational bureaucrats and the superintendents should control everything meaning the left Doesn't matter what your kids are taught about sex and perversion and immorality It doesn't matter what your kids are talking about race And racism and that they get sucked into that whole mindset That's where Terry mcauliffe is But it's even worse than that This reporter was really quite good on Fox 43 last night which is the a local station And again in this round table discussion you see turn a caller said that the election of George Bush was illegitimate The bush was actually beaten by Al Gore That's what he said And yet when it comes to Trump of course Trump is crazy for raising any questions about this last election right Take a listen to this Go ahead But in 2004 you said this about the election where president Bush beat Al Gore Let's go back to Florida We actually won the last presidential election folks They stole my president's election Okay so first I want to talk about this Was president George Bush legitimately elected Well we went through a very contentious 2000 if you remember And I remind you it went all the way to the United States Supreme Court And it took them through the second week of December they actually make a decision and the Supreme Court for the first time in the history of our country stopped the counting of ballots in
"george bush" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Measures incorporated into our lives. Are both sources of comfort. And reminders of our vulnerability. And we have seen growing evidence. That the dangers to our country can come not only across borders. But from violence that gathers within There's little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad in violent extremists at home. But then there's just staying for tourism. In their disregard for human life. In their determination to the file national symbols They are Children of the same foul spirit. And it is our continuing duty to confront them. Yeah. George Bush was an awful president. George Bush threw a strike at a baseball game and gave a nice speech on some rubble. Other than that epic and colossal failure, by the way, his brother is like in massive retweet the Chicks mode right now. Jeb? Yeah. I don't know, like a whole like several of the tweets that I did over the weekend. He was, like all retweet happy about them Ambush. Clearly he's never listen to our show. I know. I found it very strange myself. George Bush and his decisions to prop up his donor crony war buddies sent Thousands of soldiers. To the most lonely, horrific deaths possible and for him to sit in any judgment about breeding extremism or death or violence. I hate that guy. I hate that whole family. And I'm the greatest thing Donald Trump did was wake the American people up to what complete zeros. Those people are and how self centered and self absorbed and by the way, George Bush's wife has killed way more people than most people in January six, did We really need joke. Yeah, go ahead. Have you heard about that new movie called Constipation hasn't come out yet. Did that. I heard. It's supposed to be really crappy. Wait a second. That was the end of the chimp was a two parter. You might say it had a number two. I love it. I don't even know where that joke actually ended. And if you're just at living at this point living Oh, uh, It's great. Kill me. That's great. Uh, where did the joke actually in? Well, it was supposed to just end at the It hasn't come out yet. Oh, so all the rest of it. The rest of it was just like add ons. Mm. Hey, you're a boyfriend is making sense again. My boyfriend Bill Maher is not No. Do not don't even try to start playing like the porn music or anything with Bill Maher the eyes sometimes. No, I do not know I do not get the eyes. No eyes for me for Bill Maher. I appreciate it when he makes sense. That's as that's as much as I will give him So he was my favorite part about his show because he recognizes I've created the monster. The doctor Frankenstein, which is this radical left group of lunatics. Because he wanted to get rid of Trump didn't like trump narrow his whole crap. They're completely out of control, and I'll be next. Uh, what he says the stuff about them. How confused his audiences. They don't Know whether to clap or not. And so he was talking about because before the football game on Thursday, they had these two and they're going to do it numerous times throughout the year. They're going to play this. I guess the black National anthem. Yeah. And then like the country's national anthem, and he's making sense to me When people say to me sometimes, like, boy, you know you go after the left a lot these days. Why I'm like, because you're embarrassing me. That's why.
"george bush" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"I do. But for me, I am 100% comfortable in pointing my finger at and demanding that we do something, and we're not doing anything. So you know, I look at the disruption and our country and How, uh, it looks to me like we got almost We're going in the direction of having three countries here. The East Coast, the West Coast in the middle. And there is so much disorder if you will. And this is about a lot of things. Whether September 11th is your is whether you hang your head on that. Or whether it's the the Chinese covid back. The covid, um, disease. There's just so much here that we are that we've become the we politicize, and there's no real reason to make it political. This is This is common sense. This is thinking it through and whatever you come up with as long as you convince yourself That you feel this way. The wife why you feel this way? I know why I want to have the vaccine. I know why I want to hold the Chinese responsible. I know why I want in terms of what happened on September 11th. To know. I know. I want to know why we don't know. I don't know why. And so anyway, there's a I think that's I've pretty much said what I had on my mind as I get into this thing, there's there's a couple ng between what happened. Or maybe you look at some of the things that have happened before. I mean, the guy went, the more you examine going into Iraq. It's mind boggling. What it's like. People were given a vaccine. They took away all of their common sense. It took away all of their knowledge. It's like George Bush mesmerized. He took everybody into a room. And hypnotized them. The fact that we went into Iraq is so mind nonsensical. It doesn't. Yeah, I know. And when you know when Later on after the after All of that happened in the West weapons of mass destruction, and then this, like presentation of this is why we need to go in. You know that was Rumsfeld and Cheney, Karl Rove and all that, you know, the those three musketeers and and then you know, and then finding out later on every senator who voted for it, which everyone did because obviously everyone wants to protect the country and respond to 9 11. And then everyone goes well, Wait a minute. We were duped. There was no weapons of mass destruction. There were there was no threat from them. They know that it was pretty obvious because before they made the war well, but it wasn't. It wasn't really though, because they and that's why so many of them and Republicans voted for it and then came out later and said, Well, wait a minute. We were really duped here. This was information that was given to us. That wasn't even factual wasn't true. And so it was. It was a mess. It was a total mess, but I don't know. I mean, the rumor that I'd always heard was that it was George Bush's Vendetta against Saddam Hussein because he tried to go after his father and I don't know. Was it a personal family vendetta was at protecting the interests of the Carlyle Group. I mean, there are lots of reasons that this keeps going back to You know, I don't know. It also always feels like, oh, the American people need answers. They need to see action. So let's just go forward. Action was true. Yeah, yeah, And it's like figure things out. Don't just be reactive figure things out and then Do what you need to do, but also be proactive. It's just I feel like this is with with covid as well where there's so much Mr Information because it's like, well, the American people need answers. So let's hurry up and give them answers. The workings answers. Let's just give them answers. Oh, he did more research. Our answers are wrong. Let's go back to the point where nobody believes anything now. As well. We ought not to question question question. It's 44 past. They're a little more vaccine info coming up here. If you're in HR. You're probably wearing a lot of hats, Recruiter, team builder, trainer, Mediator, policymaker and, of course paper pusher. But not anymore. Bamboo HR is the number one HR software for small.
Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath
"This september eleventh the nation pauses at remembers what happened here twenty years ago across the country. Americans gathered in groups large and small at the world trade center the pentagon a field in pennsylvania in parks and at fire houses celebrating those who ran toward the danger and remembering those who lost their lives while the marshalls dc. Ross amancio robert as legal. Donald freeman klavan. Deaf new presidents past and present paying tribute. Today we remember your loss. We share your sorrow george bush's emotional call for a return to civility. The new developments today in the war fought in nine eleven's wake and the new divisions in the country as we face a new threat to decades after we all united in the face of another one a nation forever change by that day tonight the country fulfills its promise to never forget
"george bush" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"George Bush the first and Bill Clinton. We had basically Kumbaya time economy was good. People were happy people got along. There were great strides that were made and then in 2000, George Bush thought he was going to inherit that. And overnight on September 11th 2000 and one that changed to where he became a national security president instead of a domestic policy president, which is what he thought he was going to be. And some of the bad decisions that he made and get his book decision points. If you think this guy is not aware, meaning President Bush is not aware of the mistakes that he made, he is Get the book decision points. He is a different kind of president, and he wears well over time. Okay. He wears well over time. Because he had some difficulty making national security decisions. One person said that Dick Cheney knew how to bring out the cowboy in him, and nobody knew how to put it back so that some of the decisions he made In retrospect, don't look like the right things. But also in retrospect, some look right, but you can't judge people by decisions they made in the moment. When you have the benefit of knowing all sides of everything that was happening 20 years later, So we had these cycles that we went through and because of 9 11 In the global war on terror. We've had a pretty tough you know, and the economic collapse. We've had a pretty tough 10 or 15 years, and it's time for this cycle to move on. And I think I don't know who it's going to be. There is going to be a Ronald Reagan ask. It may be a Democrat, maybe a Republican, but it's going to be a person who was a leader. And not A focus group follower. Let's go to the phones and talked to Tom in Gainesville. Hey, Tom. How you doing? Um, hanging in there, Martha. Hope he hope you are, too. And thanks for being hopeful, Um Before I make my point. This is a different time, Martha. There's much more capability, uh, with, uh it to to do, you know, tracking and targeting and things like that? And then also, um uh um The marches have had two generations to do their indoctrination of our youth, many of whom are not parents, so but But first I want to thank you. So I I disagree with you a little bit on. I'm my hopefulness. That's okay. Well, I'm not quite as hopeful as you, but I'm I'm glad you're there. That's why you need that's why you need a woman like me in your life. Absolutely. Absolutely. And I'm glad, and I'm glad to call you wanted the vaccinators and by that I mean, you're on the team that is vaccinating your listeners against evil against lies against all the things that the left that's sinister in Latin. All the things that the sinister left is trying to do to our country and has been Successful in their in their evil machinations in many respects, including that two generation of doctrine, nation of our youth, and now parents, and now people in authority, in the schools and in the government and elsewhere and the corporations. Look at all that. You know, I Martha, you're not the right person to ask this question, but I wanted to. I heard this collar the other day on a different show, and he called and he said, How do I? How do and it was the job. Show Guy West was a black guy, and he said, How do I be less white? I'm I'm really struggling with that is what he said. So so Okay. You just went into a hole. So we're going to let you go, Tom, But, um, how do you be less white? I'm going to answer that question a different way. I was raised. That race is not addressed in the Bible, so that God looks at all of us the same. That's how I was raised. If you cut me and you cut my friend Rod, Huey, we look the same. If you open us up, we look the same. God looks at us as the same and I know that we're being told now that that's a white point of view. Just that we don't have to deal with our white guilt. No, that's a Christian point of view. That says I look at you, no matter what you look like on the outside as a child of God, and I am going to respect you because of that. That's the way I look at you and and what's happened is people have realized we were getting too close to parity. We were getting too close to people doing well. And not looking at race and not thinking about race that the people who all they care about is the struggle. And the money they can make off of the struggle. Let's be honest. They flip things around and they started making us look at race again. And, you know, I know you were using vaccination in the, um You know, the kind of a colloquial sense are the ethereal sense. But what I mean is look at this vaccination situation with Covid. They want to paint you as a bunch of white. Trump supporters that don't get don't get vaccinated. There's a lot of black and brown people that aren't getting vaccinated. Eat, too. And we have inserted race in every discussion in this country for the last two years. Why aren't we talking about that? So what I would say to anybody as that you are my brother or sister. In Christ, Regardless of what you look like on the outside And I'm not going to allow people to change my mind on that. And if that's an old way of looking at things fine, Russell said. If you are critical of my race, you prove my theory that you cannot think for yourself. That's what Russell had to say. Lots more to come right here on the Martha Zoller show. I'm going to pay play you a different piece of audio coming into the next segment, but it makes my point about how we need to have conversations with each other. We'll.
"george bush" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Of which could not be sung in concert. They were just, you know, to who rag on our conductor, But, yeah, I mean, sure. I've enjoyed making People laugh. What you you want to do Time to time when you're in journalism, because most of the time you're making them feel miserable, sir, So I feel you have to sort of balance things out from time to time When you When you approach a song, is it? Is it something that you have an inspiration because of a song you hear and think. Oh, this would work Well for this Is it more of an assignment? Lightning strikes. Two things come together, So one of my favorites was in 2000, right? The disputed election. Uh Al Gore versus George Bush. And the South Park movie had just come out with a song called Blame Canada there. So here's the Here's the natural Take off in Florida Blame Florida and if we had half a brain, we would give it back to Spain claim Florida off the wait longer Now that's what happens when you make a sleep with sand that one got picked up by CNN. They did like, uh, getting video to it. Yeah, The production is excellent. The layered vocals all Yes, it's the ES que One. It's a 1992 vintage synthesizer with various layers. But the problem with doing song parties when I was doing them is that you didn't have a lot of karaoke tracks back Then. Today, you can just look anything if you want on the Internet. That's what I do instantly. So each of those soundtracks would take like 5 to 10 hours to put together the night before, Wow. And then you'd play at once and then maybe put it in a fundraising element the end of the year. But then you know that was it. Gone forever. Well do you have because I grew up? I was born in 1980. So I grew up in the era of Dr Demento. Weird. I've been working in Cairo for two years. By then. You understand that? I do. Well, that was that. I didn't. I didn't put you up to that day. Have you know that? Uh, yeah, but But what were your was there Anything going on? Like Tom layer or anything? Tom Lehrer. Allan Sherman. I guess Tom Lehrer was that was the big one because you know he was talking to the college kids, and he was big when I was I was in college. But also I did. I did some a lot of musical theater and, uh, Gilbert and Sullivan especially, which was Perfect because that's been paradise forever. Yes, since the since the 18 hundreds, and so when there was ever a song to write for a party, for example, uh, they'd say, Dave, write us a song, and I did it and it was fun And it's uh and it got a laugh. But man, is it time consuming and it's financially un remunerative. That is one way to put it. So what have you got? We have time to play this. Yeah, I birth. Um, idea, right? This was back when? When she was drilling. Here we go. My didn I spent my days in constant traffic. Dig fast. Only me. Don't you get started? Walk away quickly. Birth of my idea? Yeah. Lover viaduct you till the earth But how far you when you find your way through the third of its we hold a rough Do we know you're gonna make it through you? It's really go. You've got a nice upper right. Thanks, buddy. You can sing journey songs with the range like that, You know for you. Well, here's the Here's the key. If you're going to do songs like that, the only way you get in place just to get your own radio show that's it. It's that simple kid. That's the key, so I would suggest that as long as you're filling in for G, just exploit it. Just get your songs on there. I'll tell him. Dave told me to Aaron joins Ursula this after this morning, starting at nine. Thanks, Erin. Thank you so much 7 53, and that's time for real time traffic..
It's Time to Show Our Strength as Conservatives
"With me. But many of the things that I say behind this microphone, take hold in parts of this society or take hold in parts of the conservative movement. Whether it was March 2017 and I explained that They've been spying on President Trump and his campaign. You all remember all the crap we took for that? Whether it's pushing the idea of sanctuary, Second Amendment cities and states Whether it's explaining that the federal Constitution authorizes state legislatures to make changes to laws, not judges, not attorneys, general, not governors. Not bureaucrats. I can remember when we fought the so called comprehensive immigration reform that George Bush was pushed When so many others in this business said they're not activists. I said, like Hell, I am Member that Mr Producer That's a long time ago. Or the tea party movement. So many things that we've been together so many things that we have witnessed together. And yet, here we are today. Looking into the abyss. But I have no intention to jumping into you and I have no intention of being pushed into you. No. So it's time for push back. It's time to show our strength.
"george bush" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Lower, said. I'm a dumb dumb. Just yesterday I went to a gas station and paid for a tank of gas and some freedoms when I got home. I realized I never pumped the gas. Oh, no, but you got those Fritos so good for you important thing, Christopher said. I was eating a blueberry muffin and my phone rang. For some reason. My reaction was to shove the whole of it in my mouth to try to eat it really fast. They nearly choked to death. Well, that's kinda like me in the studio and Brian, cause we have 10 seconds to air and I've got a bagel. Whole mouth That'll solve a problem when I speak for 11, right, say, 26. We love this feature. If you wanna be part of it, 866544 My fem Texan 3143, Molly. Good morning. You know what you gotta do is to go right ahead. Yeah, I'm Molly. I'm a dumb dumb and, uh, from like fifth grade to probably about Would say stuff more year of high school. I I didn't know all the presidents and I believe that George Clooney was one of our president. Whoa! Huh? Same Clooney from E. R and the Batman with nipples on a suit. Yes, Yes. Why did you think George Clinton was president? E? Don't know. I think there was like, um, just I think I saw the name a lot, You know, like from movies and all or, you know, just me and yeah, e don't know. I knew there was, you know the bushes. George Bush is, but I think I just got the names like it's a George George Washington George Bush. George Clooney. They all just kind of morphed together. George of the Jungle. Yes, Yes, they're all President of United States of America. Potentially. Hey, You know what he might run for President One day. Who knows? Yeah. There you go. That's when you call back when you do you call back Go in your face radio Show.
"george bush" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"What? Really? What you're gonna Some sort of a disclosure here. I don't know what you're saying. This and I love you. What's that sweater you're wearing? What's wrong with this sweater? I'm wearing today. Joseph Abboud Cashmere sweater, this beautiful sweater, but I'm just saying the combination of that and the way you're approaching this. I am in love. I am really in love, huh? Frank Caliendo. I'm in love with him. That was him at the very beginning of the show. Frank will join us on this program next week. He's hilarious, and he did a really good job of the three voices. Barack Obama, Bill Clinton. And, of course, George Bush. 43. You guys got to stick around coming up. It's 6 40 not gonna wanna miss this and always say that a lot and radio these stupid teases. You know, you sit there with your program Director. Your boss is you got to tease more. You got to tease more. You've got to keep him around and a lot of times we t stuff that's really, really lame. In an attempt to keep you folks around. But coming up with 6 40 this morning. I don't think it's lame. Many. What about about you? You think 6 40 years worth the full night of Twitter promotion and Starting off the show with that today. Do you think it's it's worthy of all that? 6 40. Absolutely all right. There you go. All right, So here's the deal. Do you know the name Bernie Stan Wawrinka. Yes, I do. You do? Yes. I don't know. You don't Absolutely. Don't who stand the man? Who is he? Why do you doubt me? I really shouldn't. I really shouldn't write. He happens to be his pay. He's polish. Okay and B. He's a professional tennis player. Very good Star, one of the elites. He's like 20th. I think in the world today he's basically he's made it to sub. I think the semifinals of the U. S open made the finals has. I mean he's not roughly on the dollies, not joke of it. She's not But federal, but he's right. He's the areas he's probably 20. It's in the world and he likes the ball to does your big time Boulder that you made up. You just said that I did because I can do that My wife is published always had right. What pulled us people of good bowlers. You never heard the whole stereotype about Polish people in bowling. You know, you're not familiar with that. The Big Lebowski. Was he Was he polish? No, no. Walter soap check in that movie who was played by What's his name? He was polish. She was polish. Okay. Remember one Christmas I got my father in law of a beautiful bowling bag. Come on, studied with, you know With fake diamonds Is this true back diamonds? So here's my Here's my recommendation for Stan Wawrinka, as you said, and you're exactly right. He's one of the best tennis players in the world. But he's not a top five guy. He's closer to 20. Then he is number one. So here's what I would do if I were him. You could be number one overnight should go home tonight. By himself, one of those really cute Chris Evert skirts. One of those really tight little Chris Evert tennis stops put on a blond wig and adviser and show up at the women's events, for now on, which will be allowed to do Because all you have to say is, I consider myself a woman and we'll go from the 20th ranked man in the world to possibly playing Serena Year when the year out for championships. That's funny. You should mention that It's hilarious. I know where you're going. Obviously on, do you recall? During the campaign. I was like, Why are they asking these questions? At the debates, Donald Trump Jr wrote a book last year. It was called triggered maybe even 18 months ago, and he spent the whole chapter in the book talking about how ridiculous it is that People that were born males will be able to compete against my daughter, Ava, in tennis, or your beautiful daughter, Melanie in invaluable Just because they claim that now they're a woman. But I mean, it is such an important issue and you talk about, you know, soccer moms and house. Why whatever the polls showed, of course, during the campaign that they went into President Trump, But if they knew that their daughters were actually going to be having to compete with biological males and thus losing skull s losing scholarships. Losing out on scholarships. Excuse me. I should say they might have thought twice about, you know, hating the president, letting the hate for his for president Trump factor into their vote. They may have voted for him instead because Joe Biden signed that executive order. I mean, one of the first things he did was signed an executive order and now it's turned into Ah, big deal, you know, And here's the interesting part. There's the The feminists are against it. Feminists even if there's an organization out in the UK They call themselves. The L. G B Alliance, a UK based lesbian, gay and bisexual advocacy group, said they were appalled by Bynes order erasing the sex based rights of women and girls. So you and the feminists are being called turfs turfs, which is is inaccurate or an acronym for Trans exclusionary. They should be being called rational. That's you should call them rational. Look, here's the bottom line. Joe Biden is a nice man. I think he's got his heart in the right place. I really do. But when he goes up there like he did two days ago, we went over this yesterday and uses the word unity 25 times. He has not done anything in the last two days to unify the country. In fact, In fact, he has said to about 75 Million people, not 75,000, folks. 75 million people. What he has said to you is I don't care what you care about. I don't care what you think. Because I'm gonna come in day one and day two and signed nearly 30 executive orders and do what I want. That is not unity. That is not unity so again, going back to what he said A couple. That's why the speech was so shallow and such nonsense because everything he's done the last two days says to you and me and 75 Million other people. I don't care what you think. Exactly Right now again, just to finish up the turf stand. This was trending on Twitter. Has tagged turfs and hash tag. Biden erased women turf stands for trans, exclusionary, radical feminist that was trans trending on Twitter so again I mean, why didn't we know? Why did we have this debate before the election? Why? Where was the Chris Wallace? Why was why wouldn't they not asking me?.
"george bush" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Okay, the high sign so some people in the news I don't need toe see Bill Clinton and George Bush and Barack Obama with the, uh, the inauguration and all that stuff taking place. And the three of them together. They actually one second for being catty. How bold has George W. Bush? God, He's losing his hair. Like every time I see him, it stuns me look so different now. Yeah, All right, so I will wait a minute. Clinton looked a lot better than he has in a long distance. You see the pictures of him sleeping? No. He was asleep during the ceremony during this speech. I don't know. I mean, who knows how far into slumber he was, But there were pictures circulating of him, and it was even a story like in Like multiple media outlets. Bill Clinton Falls asleep, honey. Yeah, well, the three of them those together you You know, when I talked about guard Brooks and and the embrace that he got from George Bush, I refrained. You always say that I'm so fascinated with hair. I've refrained from that very thing. I was going to talk about George Bush's hairline. And then I decided I wouldn't do that. Because you would make it to me. Overall is the hairline. I think he's gained a few pounds. I mean, who hasn't But like he just it's just a different look. And every time I see him, I'm like, Oh, just just funny. Well, the he and Clinton are the same age. I believe we are on the same age. Those Obama's What about 60 about 10 years younger? Is he? How is Obama? I think didn't I don't know fifties, isn't it? I thought so. Yeah. Busy. You know, of all the presidents in modern time I thought Obama looked like he aged the most. In the time he was in the office. Anybody agree with that? Or thinks that make it he aged a lot. So did I think so, Too bushed. After 9 11. There was aging process. Yeah, Trump hasn't aged at all. American aged Trump did not okay, interesting way of putting it. Anyway, so also people in the news here. Dave Barrett, who was a CBS anchor for awhile, expressed certain wishes when he passed Victoria. What did he want? And what do you get? This is really interesting. So he was a longtime CBS News anchor. He died suddenly in 2018 at the age of 63. He apparently everyone who knew him knew that he had was fascinated with NASA and space. And it had been his dream to go into space. So this Friday at 9:24 A.m. weather permitting the space X Falcon rocket is going to take his ashes into space when it launches, so I think that's just kind of a really cool thing. So the Falcon nine Rocket is going tol. I think it's Actually, um, e think it's going to the space station, right? I don't know where that one's going to be O station, apparently, his family contacted, uh Uh, there's a thing called Celeste. This space burials and they fly ashes of a lot of people. Um, you have since the nineties. They've been doing this and they basically shoot the ashes up in space. And so this is sort of like his. I guess his version of that but to catch a ride on a Falcon X. I think that's pretty cool. Yeah, it is dead or alive. All right, next up in the People Department, Tiger Woods. Was putting off the golf season because he's got a problem once again with his back, man. This is a testament to not having your back operated on Five times, same operation, and he's got this problems from, you know all of their herniated discs from swinging the golf club for us long as he has S O. His spinal nerve column has been damaged. He's got a basically a pinched nerve. So what It amounts to s O he? I would never, ever. I have had the same issues with my back since I was 18. Wouldn't have an operation to save my soul. There is nobody that I know who's had those back operations that have come out of them well or haven't had, like he's had to have it five times. It's either that or you go the is a very good friend of mine. He's being news anchor in Boston. She she had she was and when I was having trouble in my back, she and I were visiting said You got to go see this doctor and have him do the same for you. It's a blessing for me actually went to see the doctor. And I decided no. Where'd you say it's just fine. Visiting. Visiting. What do you mean? How was visiting now? She's not talking about this news anchor friend. I was. Yeah, I was visiting with her because she's a friend. Is that what you thought of always thinking that Anyway, so she had a rod put in her spine. How do you know? Because she told me I didn't see it. You got stuck to my refrigerator. OK, this story's gonna go no place anyway. The bottom line with her was that she is now paralyzed in in a wheelchair. Because she had that operation and the other reason the woods is not is because he keeps having the same operation over and over again to fix the problem. Wow. All right, see the pictures of Michael Douglas with his new grandson. Seeing him for the first time because obviously of the virus Hey, said I saw my mother, old son, right, Granting writer On the instagram photos is a birth, the burp cloth that was thrown over his shoulder. Um It's been in all of the people in Hollywood. They're his friends. His son camera. Douglas wasn't either one that went to jail because he was a drug. Dealers love them for years. Yeah, Yeah, He's period of his act. He appears to have his life back in order. Yeah, right. But I think I said this earlier. Some of the nicest pictures I've seen of celebrities of the two Michael Douglas, who looks really old keep speaking of people of looking old and his wife. He's my age. I think a little older, maybe even maybe seven. He he looks easily taken is older than you easily. Oh, yeah. And then his wife is much younger than he is and anyway, so they, but they seem to be getting along fine, and that's cool. Now the latest name that I've never heard of our scene before. Here we go with the new administration and their names. Ela em off em. Vice presidents. Husband's daughter. Apparently, if you look at the Pictures from the inauguration yesterday. She had always quote was described as quote a bit dazzling plaid coat made by muse You're ending. Yeah, that was truly view view you knew is designer lesser expensive line of products. Lucia Prada is the Matriarch of products. So Prada's the mainline immune Yeo is the lower line. I still expensive. Is there a lot of social media talk about her and then the outfit again? So that her you definitely showed up everywhere, really? Also because she was the only one not wearing us. I don't like it either. Think it's ugly, but I don't but it's the only coat that was not a solid And everybody because it was cold. Everybody was just in solids, and I thought everyone looked really nice. Actually, I thought Laura Bush's hair like it longer and blonder now she had a beautiful code on it, that everybody looked really nice, but her coat stood out. But it's also kind of ugly, but that's also what immune you looks like. New meal is not like a pretty line of clothing. Yeah. Joe Biden had the best coat hers one. Yeah, so, but it was just the way it was fit..
"george bush" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Hi, J. Hi. Oh, Okay. Hi sign So some people in the news I don't need toe see Bill Clinton and George Bush and Barack Obama with the, uh, the inauguration and all that stuff taking place. And the three of them together. They actually one second for being catty. How bold has George W. Bush? God, He's losing his hair. Like every time I see him, it stuns me look so different now. Yeah, All right, so I will wait a minute. Hold on. Bill Clinton looked a lot better than he has in a long time to see the pictures of him sleeping? No, he was asleep during the ceremony. During this speech. I don't know. I mean, who knows how far in just lumber? He was, But there were pictures circulating of him, and it was even a story like in Like multiple media outlets, Bill Clinton falls asleep. Funny. Yeah, well, the three of them though, together, you'd you know when I talked about Garth Brooks and and the embrace that he got from George Bush? Refrain. You always say that I'm so fascinated with hair. I refrained from that very thing. I was going to talk about George Bush's hairline. And then I decided I wouldn't do that. Because you would make it to me. Overall is the hairline. I think he's gained a few pounds. I mean, who hasn't But like he just it's just a different look. And every time I see him, I'm like, Oh, just it's funny. Well, the he and Clinton are the same age. I believe we are on the same age. Those those Obama's What about 60 about 10 years younger? Is he? How is Obama? I think didn't I don't know fifties, isn't he? I thought so. Yeah. Busy. You know, of all the presidents in modern time I thought Obama looked like he aged the most. In the time he was in the office. Anybody agree with that or think spent make. It's changed a lot. So did I think so, too. Bush after 9 11, there was aging process. Trump hasn't aged at all. Yeah, American aged. But Trump did not interesting way of putting it anyway. So also people in the news here, Dave Barrett. Who was a CBS anchor for awhile, expressed certain wishes when he passed Victoria. What did he want? And what do you get? This is really interesting. So he was a longtime CBS News anchor. He died suddenly in 2018 at the age of 63. He apparently everyone who knew him knew that he had was fascinated with NASA and space. And it had been his dream to go into space. So this Friday at 9:24 A.m. weather permitting the space X Falcon rocket is going to take his ashes into space when it launches, so I think that's just kind of a really Cool thing. So the Falcon nine Rocket is going tol. I think it's actually, um, e think it's going to the space station, right? I don't know where that one's going to be O station, apparently, his family contacted, uh Uh, there's a thing called Celeste. This space burials and they fly ashes of a lot of people. Um, you have since the nineties. They've been doing this and they basically shoot the ashes up in space. And so this is sort of like his. I guess his version of that but to catch a ride on a Falcon X. I think that's pretty cool. Yeah, it is dead or alive. All right, next up in the People Department, Tiger Woods. Who's putting off the golf season because he's got a problem once again with his back, man. This is a testament to not having your back operated on five times, same operation, and he's got this problems from, you know all of their herniated discs from swinging the golf club for us long as he has S O. His spinal nerve column has been damaged. He's got a basically a pinched nerve sort of amounts to s O. He I would never ever I have had the same issues with my back since I was 18. Wouldn't have an operation to save my soul. There is nobody that I know who's had those back operations that have come out of them well or haven't had, like he's had to have it five times. It's either that or you go the is a very good friend of mine. He's being news anchor in Boston. She she had she was and when I was having trouble in my back, she and I were visiting said You got to go see this doctor and have him do the same for you. It's a blessing for me actually went to see the doctor. And I decided no. Where'd you say it's a defined visiting? Visiting. What do you mean? I was visiting. Now She's not talking about this news anchor friend I was visiting was visiting with her because she's a friend that we stop. Always thinking that Anyway, so she had a rod put in her spine. How do you know? Because she told me I didn't see it. She got stuck to my refrigerator. OK, this story's gonna go no place anyway. The bottom line with her was that she is now paralyzed in in a wheelchair. Because she had that operation and the other reason Woods is not is because he keeps having the same operation over and over again to fix the problem. Wow. All right, see the pictures of Michael Douglas with his new grandson. Seeing him for the first time because obviously of the virus Hey, said I saw my month old son, right it grants and writer On the instagram photos is the birth of the burp cloth that was thrown over his shoulder. Um Yes. And in all of the people in Hollywood, they're his friends. His son camera, Douglas, wasn't he the one that went to jail because he was a drug dealer or something for years? Yeah, he's paid off his act. He appears to have his life back in order. Yeah, right. But I think I said this earlier. Some of the nicest pictures I've seen of celebrities of the two Michael Douglas, who looks really old. Keep speaking about people of looking old and on his wife. He's my age. I think a little older, maybe even maybe seven. He he looks easily taken older than you easily. Oh, yeah. And then his wife is much younger than he is and anyway, so they, but they seem to be getting along fine, and that's cool. Now the latest name that I've never heard of our scene before. Here we go with the new administration and their names. Ela em off em. Vice president's husband's daughter. Apparently, if you look at the Pictures from the inauguration yesterday. She had always quote was described as quote a bit dazzling plaid coat made by Muse. Jew ending. Yeah, that was trying to give you Mew Mew Mew is designer lesser expensive line of products. Lucia Prada is the Matriarch of products. So proud is the main line and Mu Mu is the lower line. I still expensive. Is there a lot of social media talk about her? And then the outfit that her career you definitely showed up everywhere, really? Also because she was the only one not wearing us. I don't like it either. Think it's ugly, but I don't but it's the only coat that was not a solid And everybody because it was cold. Everybody was just in solids, and I thought everyone looked really nice. Actually, I thought Laura Bush's herring like it longer and blonder now she had a beautiful code on it, that everybody looked really nice, but her coat stood out..
"george bush" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Turned violent and Portland I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. Violent protests during the inauguration did not come from the far right as so many feared. But in Portland, Oregon, protest by a crowd of anti police demonstrators turned violent last night federal officers declaring a gathering unlawful and firing tear gas that about 150 people. Earlier, protesters marched through the streets of Portland and Seattle protesters dressed all in Black smashed windows of a building that houses the Oregon Democratic Party and carried signs saying that we are not governable and a new world from the ashes. Several arrests have been made Their meantime, in Seattle between 50 and 75. Protesters also dressed in black, and for a while, they stood in the middle of an intersection blocking traffic boxes. Trace Gallagher. That's a stark contrast to Washington, D. C were the inauguration of Joe Biden went smoothly, with only small, subdued Protests. The violence also flies in the face of President Biden's message. That's a great nation were good people and overcome the challenges in front of us requires the most elusive of all things that a democracy Unity. Former President Trump skipped the ceremonies, but three other former presidents George Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, attended to show their unity. One of the biggest challenges for the new administration is getting control of the coronavirus. Johns Hopkins reports more than 4200. People in the U. S. Died yesterday from the virus who was set aside politics.
"george bush" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I think he's probably surrounded by all that's that's left with, you know, that's there is family and his son in law, and and that's pretty much about it most everybody else is already left. I mean, there's always a contention that's always in the White House, not leaks in there by himself, but I think you know he's uh that's it. You may get a few congressmen and women who have been, you know, in senators have been ultimate supporters from that may stop by tonight, but by and large, I think I think it's just sitting there thinking, you know what if what if there was no coronavirus? What if I can answer that? You know he'd be the president. You know, I think there's a lot that he's thinking about, Uh, But at the end of the day, this is what it is, and it's over tomorrow. Biden assumes the position I wish buying well, pray for him. I wanted to succeed. I'll criticize him as I have. In the past over, you know some of the insane things like, Let's give the pathway to citizenship. Everybody basically is come here illegally, and I find that to be insane, But you know, it's his turn at up to bat and we'll see. Yeah. I just think when you look, you can ask certain people the same question. You'll get a totally different answer. Absolutely. And I'll tell you what that question is. Was Trump the best president of the worst president. Yeah, There's a part of America that says he was absolutely one of the best presidents we've ever had. And then there are other people that say absolutely one of the worst presidents we've ever had. I mean, if you want to, like if you want to ask people about when Obama left office or Bush, no one was really saying best president ever worst president ever because it's hard to do you it's hard to try and figure out need to let it breathe. You need to give it several years to look back and say OK, because When you're in the middle of something, and it looks like it could be a disaster and you come out the other side and go up like what if we find out in a year? China was responsible for all of this, and Trump was absolutely right. That changes But everybody knows China was but responsible in such a way that it was not only a cover up, but there was actually it came out of the lab, and everybody was right. And they had more involvement than it was just a bad that bit somebody or whatever they could be. But it starts to change. You know the narrative and people start to soften as well as we all know what I'm talking You know, like George Bush, George Bush, but also the media. The media turned to a different way. When it came to Todos they weren't attacking them and you know this and let's be real. For Trump. He never got a moment of silence from the minute he was coming down that thing till the night he won. It was coming for you Hard core. The media played a huge part of that, But he didn't want quiet. He wanted crazy. He didn't want crazy, but it was the nonstop, even stuff that they were just making up. I mean, when they're both Wrong. There are cultural player, but here's the thing that differences tomorrow. I can guarantee you most of these things, minus Fox are going to be just praising Biden as the second coming And well, that's crazy. We don't bite. He's got to get back scene in arms. That's what he's got to do. And if he doesn't get to go back to school, he's gotta learn how to become a nurse and start doing that. His wife's a doctor. Not that kind of he got. He has to get vaccine and arms. That's what he has to do, he said. 100 million and everybody's saying If you don't do this 200 days, this will be the failure of your presidency Early tomorrow.
"george bush" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"If anybody was paying attention, now, Trump has had huge success. And cutting down illegal immigration. Huge success Now on day one. Is Biden gonna unravel that? And he's gonna have to deal with this on day one because that enduring Cara bad You know, could eventually make it to the border. Oh, it will, whether I will still have thousands of people we get. Some of them were turned back and deported back to Honduras. We can't rely on them Mexican and Guatemalan law enforcement to take care of the whole problem. But Biden put out the carrots saying, Hey, come on. Now he's offering amnesty for all the illegals who are already here. Now we're right back to where we were with George Bush 16 years ago Coming on day one. We hear his amnesty. Bill. Yeah. And that's going to lead to another march to the border. Right. So you have a problem that's largely If it's not been solved entirely. It's been dramatically reduced. And he wants to create. And then what do we have? We have the problem all over again. And we got the family's coming over. And then we've got the kids. And then what you gonna do with the families of the kids? Where were they going to go? We've got nowhere to take care of them. We've got no The Obama didn't have a way to take care of him. That's why he originally through the kids and do into cells, all right, and then Trump did it. And there is no way to take care of it unlimited march of immigrants. There's no way to do that. You have an orderly immigration system. Where you say, Okay, we're going to take it a million people a year or a half million or two. Whatever the number is right, but they have to go through the system. That's what a rational society does. We take in immigrants. We help people who want to come here and work and then they're living in terrible conditions, but it's got to be orderly and they gotta have a place to go. How we gonna pay for all this? Because illegal immigrants cost an enormous amount of money. Every one of them in California cost $22,000 in tax money. 22,000 net loss on every immigrant Apparently in December, Biden put out a comment that I'm going to roll back Trump's restrictive immigration policies, particularly on assignment, But you know what? I'm going to do that slowly because I don't want to million people at the border. Well, but that's what you're going to get. Yeah, I know. Now that you're gonna get amnesty Bill on top of rare easing asylum, restrict, you know what? Rolling it back? Get a mob. I don't know, Rolling back slowly means if you roll it back. You're going to get two million people where the roll it back slowly or quickly. Eventually you get to two million and if you're sending out a signal that you're rolling it back, and the only question is how fast or slow well they're going to come..
"george bush" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is George Bush going up there on his younger days? Head even say? I mean, what do you want? Romero Agnew, Huh? Damn, I can't wait till November. But all that said, Camilla is going to be assuming that she becomes vice president. I have to like caveat that now you will scream at you telling me assuming she becomes vice president. She is a very attractive woman. She's a handsome woman. Montel Williams with Kamila Harris. Does that relationship vibe Maurer than, say, Keith Olbermann and Laura Ingram could they used to be a thing? That how like how did they ever get along? What did I say about the Conway's to Kellyanne? And that big, plump pumpkin? Georgia you be nice. Rob loves him. George Conway. How about a little less bitching about the president and taking care of that crazy out of control daughter Ally like Conway because he's not gonna take his wife's crap. He's willing to fight back and we need more people like that in this country. I love every time they show or talk about George Conway on the National National News. A stock photo. They used him just looking flabbergasted, rolling his eyes big fat cheeks hanging out The Simpsons Lampoon this years ago with Mr Burns I love the file photos were always for like 20 years ago and the one of the Simpsons Burns has a full head of hair. I mean, I love these file photos that they use of these people that are looked nothing like this now, but favorite file photo. This is my favorite. One of all is when they're talking about Joe Biden and Hunter and it's them at some event, and they're kind of looking Over and they're smiling at Joe's giving, like finger guns, and he's got some of that crooked smile,.