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RINO Billionaires Are Now Coalescing Behind Nikki Haley
"Wants you to know she's up for the fight. She's told us over and over again that she's a woman. Why does she have to tell us over and over again that she's a woman? Isn't that what the Libs do, or at least used to do? Okay, got it. She's a woman. Perfect. But she's not Margaret Thatcher. Let's be honest. The problem is Nikki Haley's not a conservative. I've said it before I'll and say it again. She's George Bush in a dress. Obviously what I mean by that is ideologically. This is why Karl Rove is getting behind her. This is why others who horrific have losing streaks are getting behind her. Billionaires getting behind her. There's a report out now, I think it was Axios, that said that she was meeting with the. No, no, there's a report on Axios that says Mitt Romney's big money guy has now moved over to Kelly's team. What? Oh yeah. Romney's guy. And there's more. Remember this guy Fink at Black Rock? I wrote about him and The Democrat Party hates America and we've talked about him very often. Black Rock? Remember he was pushing ESG, that is, he was pushing hard this woke agenda and trying to impose it on all the other companies that he helps finance or invests in? A one -man wrecking machine, this guy Fink. Well guess who she met with a few days ago? Him. Why would she meet with him? Ron DeSantis. May I use his name, Mr. Producer? Is that okay? What drew $2 billion from Black Rock because of what they were doing? Yeah. Thank you. Iggy Haley And Iggy Haley was the one who said she said it herself. I know this to be true. I checked with my stepson, Mr. Producer. And that is that Disney, she said Disney can come to South Carolina while DeSantis is fighting Disney. She invites them to South Carolina and I can go on and on. And it's not just her versus DeSantis or her versus Ramaswami or versus her Trump, it's her versus us. Us. So you're seeing, if you were to ask Mitch McConnell who he liked, Nikki Haley. They'll all like Nikki Haley. In Washington D .C., Republicans. the That's who
Fresh update on "george w bush" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"And I think it's our responsibility to get the message out in terms of really what is happening with things like Project 2025, what Donald Trump intends to do if becomes he president again, the disaster that's going to be for democracy and for humanity, quite honestly, if loop you in the climate crisis. And so this is something I mean, you got to keep going. You got to keep moving forward. You got to keep getting the word out because these people need to hear it. There are lots of people who need to get the word and all the details of all the things that could potentially happen here. Until the last minute. Start now. You know, almost we have a year. For instance, you said if Trump gets his way, your insurance could be legally rescinded as soon as you get injured. sick or The ACA banned this process called rescission, which also passed myriad consumer protections for all insurance customers, not just marketplace policy holders. Again, there is nothing that's hyperbole right now. He's telling you what he's going to do in advance. This is not us fear mongering. Well, here's this is a great example of what I'm talking about with regard to the Affordable Care Act, because I think there are a great number of people, Even some people in the legacy news media who don't understand what this legislation does for The health care system and for customers of health insurance all of us basically and one of the main things Is I think people believe that the ACA is only for people who buy policies on marketplace the or people who have pre -existing conditions. There are myriad consumer protections in the Affordable Care Act that make insurance less expensive than it was before and cover more. There's free preventative care. Kids can stay on their parents policy until they're 26 years old. I remember Jackie Shekner screaming over and over again Obamacare is not a thing. It's not a thing. The Affordable Care Act is just a law with consumer You know, it's like that famous thing in Kentucky. The guy goes, I don't have none of that Obamacare. That sucks. I have this Kentucky net or whatever. Of course. And by the way it was The marketplace in Kentucky is one of the most popular marketplaces in the entire country and I'm there sure are lots of red hat Republicans availing themselves of the affordable health insurance that they found on the places. So I mean this is one of many many things that will go away if Donald Trump is to able successfully repeal the Affordable Care Act and just everything becomes more expensive. People are based on inflation. Imagine what your healthcare costs are going to be. The bankruptcies are going to go back up again. There's going to be three thousand deaths per month again for lack of health insurance. So all these things are going to happen. Yeah, but you know what? Bread is 20 cents cheaper maybe if Donald Trump doesn't trigger another recession. Yeah, mean you I took that on. You said I'm voting for Trump because inflation. You said Trump presided over both the manufacturing recession and a deep economy -wide recession, presided over 2 .9 million net jobs lost, left office with a three trillion dollar budget deficit and will make healthcare more expensive and cover less. I mean, you've got just to keep repeating this stuff because it is, I don't even know what to say about the facts and figures that are clear. so And then I think what they try to say is, oh but well COVID. It's like, well yes, part of the disaster was his disastrous response to COVID, but part of it was before COVID. You know, to the what it economy. did to I mean, if we had been attacked by a foreign nation and on our soil during Trump, what are you just excuse that? You know, I guess that's the mentality that we've been dealing with for 20 plus years now because after 9 -11 George W. Bush and that regime kept talking about, oh well we kept you safe Except for that one time, but we get a pass on that one time somehow. Like Donald Trump gets a pass on this Brutally incompetent response to COVID. I mean, there was a roadmap for how to handle this. There was way a that Donald Trump could have either stopped or mitigated the incoming COVID at that time and he did refuse to do it. He just didn't want to do it because he saw Election Day around the corner. He saw that this might make the economy go a little bit wobbly or whatever he was thinking, thinking. that he just wanted to ignore the thing. And then he just did the minimal... much like that. Baron's doing a very good job being baron. Have you noticed what a good job baron's doing? Being baron and tall and things? Exactly. So here's what he did. He did the least he could possibly get away with doing without doing nothing. So essentially it was a couple of weeks of let's bend the curve or whatever they were saying. And then it was a whole bunch like an insufferably long number of press Conferences and and then it was just okay everyone were done everyone go back to what you were doing with like a month after. And so as a consequence of that we've got 400 ,000 Americans dead during Trump's year. final How does he get a pass for that? 400 ,000 American deaths in his final year in office Yeah, and we're supposed to just waive that like that's oh well not forget about that last year in office. That doesn't You count know dictatorship thing not important now, but you retweeted Ron Filippowski who said Kash Patel says is Trump's next CIA director. We just played that. He will lead an all -out effort from patriots appointed by Trump to jail people in government and media. We just played that. We will find the conspirators in government and media. Yes, we're going to come after people in the media. You And just said obviously Trump will black bag the enemies of the people first. I also realized that on a d -list level I'm person a in the media. Yeah, it'll take him a while to get to us Bob. So we'll right our obscurity We'll be able to see it coming. You're first, Miller, before Bob like and that Chris me Rock, are first. We'll be you know, routine about mass stabbings. Like, oh, all the big people in the media. Oh, we'll see it coming at us. Yeah. Well, this came up, this came up on my and podcast we were talking about it. I think it was Jody. I think you and David were on the show at the time. The Bob Siska show Is essential to American democracy? Yes, go ahead. Exactly. Like if Chris disappears, then I know that we're next. So if the line of concession gets to that. Way before me or Bob or David. I think it's clear that you're on the front I line. don't I know why we landed on Chris. I mean, Stephanie doesn't show up one day. Yeah, I have simply say I'm the right wing tool of the show. That's true. Why would I get taken? You also said Liz These warnings aren't for those of us who are already voting for Biden and democracy. Her warnings are for the voters who are leaning toward voting against Biden of because three dollar gas or the president's age or some other misguided excuse. Those are the people we can reach. Right, Bob. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, there's a significant benefit to the idea of hearing this from a conservative Republican. I mean, we on the left have been saying about the Republican Party for decades now in many cases. Well, they're moving toward fascism. Well, that looks little a bit Hitler -esque. They're acting like Nazis. We're in that commercial where we're like, did I the same thing. Liz Cheney just said that everyone's applauding that. Yes, but she did this with her hands when she said it. Wait a minute. Why? Yeah, well, that's it. We've all been saying it, but I think it carries more heft if someone like Liz Cheney is saying or Adam Kinziger or some of the NeverTrump guys saying it. I Yeah, said that Bob, the people are screaming the loudest are the people that know him and worked with him in the first administration. Yeah, the people who were in the room kind of, whether it's intentional or not, trying to get all, not trying to, but doing the things that led up to this, they understand what's happening behind the scenes. They have an insight into that. But more importantly, I think when we're talking about the aforementioned folks, when they hear someone like Liz Cheney, when they hear a conservative Republican say that this is going to be the end of the republic, this is going to be the end of American democracy, they're going to take it a lot more seriously than me or you or Tom Hartman or whoever saying, oh, here comes fascism.
You're Getting a Lot of Bum Information About Tuesday's Election
"An political conservative. He ran in the Republican primaries against the conservative challenging The Republican establishment and ruling class The The establishment Republican and ruling class has not gone away and they never will. They get too much power they get too much attention they get too much money. Mitch McConnell is a throwback to the Gerald Ford era. Chris Christie is a throwback to the George Bush era and before Chris Sununu is a throwback to the George Bush era. Sununu is the governor of New Hampshire he's elected been there. His case is unique his daddy was elected there. Chris Sununu excuse me Chris Christie got elected first time around because the governor was corrupt, unethical, and adulterer and extremely unpopular. So you need these special circumstances they're not examples to emulate they're one -offs. the red It has but Reagan's an example to emulate and why don't look we ever at his campaigns and why don't we ever look at how he campaigned. What the issues were. Oh markets all changed no it hasn't changed hasn't changed at all. Of course issues change and move and somewhere but the fundamentals are the same. Let's take abortion. Abortion. And I'll be very blunt with you because Democrat Party billionaires and interest groups are willing to spend ten times more than Republican billionaires and interest groups on explaining the issue. So the Democrat Party defines the Republican candidate lies about the Republican candidate lies about their position and so when the Democrat Party is actually on this issue. Nobody believes that a baby should be aborted with partial abortion right up to the last second of birth. Nobody
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.
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?
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 w bush" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"They understand yes. It was wanting to leave the european union. But on boris johnson's head is the deal that he struck with the european union on leaving and is that fluid deal. We argued a lot about 'cause the named party would have struck a very different deal but the deal that he struck. That is now leading to the problems that we've got by the way we should say. Also these problems not just domestic problems. We've got serious issues. Emerging in northern ireland as the uk government resile from the deal they struck with the european union that's leading to further violence in northern ireland and real issues about how Vegas goods and services over this next period. So i think it comes back to the basic the way the people perceive the economy and in a sense we've had here over the last five years a peculiar political time because of course it was dominated by brexit. For at least three years and then more recently it's been dominated by the pandemic. I think that we're now returning to politics as usual when not going to have one single issue dominating the whole political landscape It goes back to the basics. Which is the economy. lauren order. Healthcare education Those are the big issues of the time. And i know as we head into tougher. Economic times is not the opposition. Could people blame. It's the government of the day. Yeah and so your. Your job is to offer that alternative to to the negative consequences if people conceiver there in front of their own. Is it so often alternative to offer an alternative based on hope and an and credibility on things that the economy that the british people can get behind the What i would say about kiss. Dhamma is he is a serious man serious times and i think you'll be very hard to argue that boris johnson. The clown i think on the international leadership seen makes people laugh. And let's remember that. Mr bean is one of our biggest comedy exports. Look i just think that in serious times i. the sheen is coming off. Boris johnson. There's a lot still for the british labour party to do and don't get me wrong. We have to transition successfully from being an effective opposition to being a government in waiting and we have to make that transition over this next next period to see an uptick in the polls and see prospects improve. But i do think that what we are seeing is the sh the she'd coming off. Boris johnson as people fail but It's that the emperor has no clothes. Yeah well you know David axelrod you know who who you. And i both know used to say that american electorates often ten look for the opposite of the last person and he said this by the way long before trump clinton to george w bush george w bush obama than obama trump trumped by a serious person would definitely be the opposite aboard shots so so we wish you the best david and Always good to talk to you. I'm sure we'll have a chance again. Hope to see you in in glasgow in a couple of weeks dot com white. Always good.
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 w bush" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"George W. Bush gave a speech in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, on Saturday. And if you want to know Just how wrong the speech was. Here's what President Biden said. I thought the President Bush made a really good speech today. Genuinely Really genuinely. So there he was. I didn't. I didn't see it live. But a friend of mine had sent me a text and said You might want to find it online him. Listen to it. We both work together. He had worked in the White House while I was there. So I looked it up and there he was. And value way I can describe it is He really did compare Those People that protested on January six. And let me let me draw a distinction. Between those who attended attended a Trump rally on January six. And then marched up to the capital as they have every right to do. To protest and did so peacefully. I know Several people were there. There were famous people that I know there were there. None of whom went inside, none of whom went inside the U. S Capitol building. They saw what was going on, and they saw that it was the beginning to get out of hand. And they turned and they left. But the president President Bush. Who the hell would ground of Shanksville, Pennsylvania to commemorate The first counterattack. That's the best way to describe the first counter attack of the American people against the radical Islamists. Did it really? I think this service to the day because he compared the Islamist cutthroats of September 11th to the Trump supporting Americans. Who were protesting on January six. The perpetrators of the former event. We were bent on no less than bringing them United States to its knees, Murder 2977 people that day. The perpetrators of the latter event. Now I want to group them all together. I'm going to group together those friends of mine famous actors and others that you know Jon Voight next, seriously, all the rest of them Who were there for that Trump rally who marched up to the capital, Plus those who went into the building..
"george w bush" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Very good point. Yep. Very good point, Sarah. That's exactly true. They are the Taliban. Somebody tweeted that. Like all the reasons why the GQ has become the Taliban, you know? Well, I mean, but it sounds really drastic to say that and yet when you look at the behavior and you look at the way that they are elevating the terrorists of January 6th and then siding with the terrorist, you know, in Afghanistan, why we couldn't even have one hour of them being behind this president, not one hour. And I remember the entire time, you know, after 9 11, it was like, you've got to be behind the president. Even if you don't support him, you've got to be behind him. And of course, I did agree with it is our country. Of course we want the best things happening and we want our president to be good at his job and to be making the right decisions. And I desperately wanted to be wrong about George W. Bush entering these wars. But, you know, no one was out there the first hour doing what you saw happened to Joe Biden. And his polling has taken a hit for from that. I'm also seeing, I think it changed today because of the new job unemployment numbers. But, you know, I've been hearing and watching and reading the media saying that Joe Biden stumbled on COVID. I know. You know, let's talk we could talk about what Joe Biden is doing right, what he's doing wrong. But one thing that no one legitimately can criticize him over is the way he's handled COVID. Now what is he supposed to do with desantis and Abbott and all of these Republicans who are refusing to do anything to mitigate the spread of COVID? That's not something that Joe Biden as president can do. And just imagine if he had I tweeted this this morning, what were they expecting him to do? Was he supposed to come out day one like a dictator and tell everyone that they the vaccine was mandated and masks are mandated for every local just violate all of our established rules and tell everyone what they have to do from day one. I guess that's what everyone expected from him. If he since he didn't do that, and he was hoping that gee, maybe Republican governors wouldn't want their people to die. Yeah, that's an idea, but apparently not true. Some of these governors do want their people to die or if they die who cares? I mean, it's really hard to know what 653 100,000 people, Americans have died from COVID. It doesn't look like the pro life party to me. No, no. No..
"george w bush" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"It's become important to the community. There. There. They want to be that place of repose and receive people. It is. It's this was this was an abandoned strip mine. That was the phrase you said over and over again In the early days after the attacks, there was there was a junk yard here and now 20 years later. There's a beautiful national park. It's It's really centered around the wildlife here in the summer there wildflowers just dazzling in color in this field, and you can you can feel the wind. It's up in the mountains. It's a really Tranquil, tranquil, peaceful place, and, um, and the community is very proud of it. NPR's Ron Elving. Let me let me ask you were going to be hearing from former President George W. Bush. At some point in a few moments in Shanksville. He of course was in office at the time of the September 11th attack. Uh, attacks Uh, it was really he's only been in office, obviously, since January. Uh, this is an event that, um Defined his presidency. Some would say he Uh, defined it in in ways which were unfortunate. Help us understand how what he said. And what he did. Uh um Shape where he took the country thereafter. You're talking just now of what has happened to the community in Pennsylvania made me think Tragedy does create community of a kind of shared sadnesses shared loss and what we get from the full picture of the last 20 years. And we've been hearing this from Speaker after Speaker today is a sense of the community that was built by the 9 11 tragedies and then lost over the course of the next 20 years and the tragedy the personal tragedy if you will of George W. Bush. Is that as you say this defined his presidency. Certainly it gave him his highest moments of public approval and perhaps his highest moments of achievement as a executive of the United States. But it also defined his presidency and defined the last 20 years in the measure of how much we've lost of that unity that we briefly had 20 years ago. And some of that is going to attach historically to George W. Bush as well. And it will be interesting to see how we may speak to that this morning. Yeah. Scott Tetro. Um President Bush will speak there in Shanksville, Um President Biden, uh, released a pre recorded message driven the idea of the reasoning there. Well, President Biden.
"george w bush" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You know, the guy who stood on the back of the fire truck next to George W. Bush with bullhorn. Do you know he was a retired firm and he wasn't a fire. He was retired, even retired for years. He was sitting on his couch when he watched it, and he decided I've got to go and help. And his family said, What are you going to do? You can't do anything. What are you gonna do? He had to talk his way in. I'm I'm a fireman. I'm just coming to help. He went to help and he had no idea. That his face was everywhere until he pulled into his house. Late that night, Tired and exhausted in everybody in the neighborhood was at his house. I think our government is counting America out. I think it is the most uninspiring time. In American history. I really truly believe we have the anti JFK in office. He's not asking. What we can do for our country, not asking what we can do for our fellow man. They're asking nothing of us. So May I ask If they're not asking Will you rededicate yourself to step to the plate? Will you ask yourself? What am I going to do? How can I help? How can I be part of the solution and not make things worse? Who can I reach out to And Heal the wounds of this broken nation. With charity for all and malice toward none. A few years ago, I started a business off the side with my brother, and it was really kind of a personal passion thing, because we both had really bad experiences. With trying to sell our house. How do you even interview a real estate agent? I don't know what makes them great. I don't know. Well, I was doing work with the 500 best real estate agents in the country, according the Wall Street Journal, and I learned from them and I know there. There are things that you look for. So what we did is we started a company that could be a referral service. For those kinds.
"george w bush" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It was 20 years ago this week. Four planes were hijacked on a sunny Tuesday morning and what happened over the next few hours shook many parts of the world this week. We're looking at the impact of those events right now, let's look specifically at U. S foreign policy. For two decades, Counterterrorism has been the top priority for Washington President George W. Bush decided to invade Afghanistan and Iraq. But President Obama Trump and now Biden have all used U. S military might against extremist groups. The world Sarah Birnbaum looks back at the legacy of 9 11 and America's military footprint around the world. 20 years ago. On the afternoon of September, 11th. I went with my dad to donate blood. We wanted to do something. It was a terrifying time, and I remember struggling at that moment to even begin to make some sense of what happened. And then George W. Bush came on the screen in the lobby of the donor center today, our fellow citizens Our way of life. Our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. I never considered myself a fan of President Bush. But as I listened to him, something resonated. Maybe because he framed this terrifying attack in a way that fit with the narrative I had grown up with in the 19 eighties. Politicians and pundits called 9 11 the day that changed everything, maybe so, but the ways we interpreted the attacks and responded to them quickly fell back on some pretty old patterns, our homes, our nation. All the things we believe in are in great danger. This.
"george w bush" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Up on a Qatar and company Justine Waters all grown up and writing his own book. It's called How I Saved the World and we'll find out exactly how he did that next. W M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington America's reopening here it here. 15.9 FM w M A L A Cumulus Stations News Now W A male news at 8 30. Good morning. One. I'm John Matthews. The Western withdrawal from Afghanistan is being blasted by the US leader who sent troops there 20 years ago, former President George W. Bush told a German broadcaster in an interview. He fears Afghan women and girls will suffer unspeakable harm. Asked whether the withdrawal his mistake, Mr Bush replied, You know, I think it is. Yeah, because I think the consequences are going to be unbelievably bad. The withdrawal of U. S and NATO troops said in motion earlier this year by President Biden is now near income. Completion. Texas State House Democrats are here in D. C. Asking for help from Democrats in Congress, Dozens of Texas Democrats, preventing a quorum in their state house to stop a Republican voting bills stood outside the U. S Capitol demanding help from Congress. We are living right now on borrowed time in Texas. And we can't stay here indefinitely. Texas representative read about hours and other Lone Star State lawmakers want the Senate the past before the People Act. It was blocked by Republicans last month. Texas Democrats are pushing for a filibuster carve out to overcome a 60 vote requirement. Jared Halpern, Fox News also in town today, a rally on the National Mall to show support for pop icon Britney Spears in the ending.
"george w bush" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The site with Lidar. Twice a day and flying drones to collect essential imaging that will support the fact finding process. After digging through millions of pounds of concrete. Rescuers have recovered the bodies of 64 people. 76 people remain missing. Engineers say critical portions of the base of that building appeared to use less steel reinforcement, then called for in the projects. Blueprint. Hunter Biden is holding an art show at the White House, and it's raising some eyebrows in Washington Foxes Kevin Corke has more Biden's art. Sale is expected to take place this fall. But it does come with a number of potential challenges. Not only has he been previously accused of cashing in on his father's name, his latest location just happens to be in a field where works don't have to have a tangible fixed value and where many concerns have arisen about secretive buyers and undisclosed sums. The whole thing is a really bad idea, says Richard Painter, the former chief ethics lawyer to former President George W. Bush. Ads. Walter Shop former Obama Government ethics are because we don't know who is paying for this art. And we don't know for sure that Hunter Biden knows we have no way of monitoring whether people are buying access to the White House. Some paintings are expected to get between 75,000 and $500,000 this fall. Have you seen any of the pictures? I have of the drawings. I haven't And I my mind immediately goes to. I wonder if if George W. Bush is a better artist than Hunter Biden I think there is a there different very different. Describe Hunter Biden's art. Um, does it look like he was on cocaine? No. I mean, I I saw one of the pictures. It looks just a little, you know, esoteric, but, um, but the former president does portraits. No. Yeah. George W. Bush and I don't know that Hunter Biden does that. So hunter Biden just like slap some paint on their kind of looked like that. Yeah, it looks like I could do that and sell it for 500,000 going to do that before. After the N f t non fungible token on your laugh about all sorts of enterprises going still working on all this stuff to Seattle Police officers who were in Washington, D. C on the day of the capital riot are accused of breaking the law and lying about it. The two officers say they attended President Trump's rally on January 6th and then showed up at the Capitol, where one of them claimed they saw people standing on the lawn peacefully than a video surfaced showing the two Seattle officers on the side of the Capitol, where rioters were climbing scaffolding and making their way up the steps and investigation conducted by a police watchdog. Founding officers illegally trust passed on Capitol grounds while the building was stormed and violated department policies. The watchdog group has recommended that the officers be terminated. Him who sell Fox News? I just brought up one of the paintings. It looks It looks like someone spilled his water colours. Uh, I could do that. I wonder if there's a gallery in town that would sell that for 500 grand. It looks like someone went on a bender and started seeing things and printed out that image on a piece of paper. It's 8 36. Let's get an update on traffic..
"george w bush" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Trump Administration official had said. That transgender gay people. Who are black or other minorities were a greater danger to the United States. Then Isis. Would wouldn't the drumbeat Never stop in the basket of bias press to have that person removed from government. And probably rightly so. But this shows you How Your press is completely unfair. They do not apply standards equally. Socialist Democrats get to say whatever the hell they want, and we played that montage for you guys days ago. Of actual violence being called for by Democrats, and there held harmless. Nobody. The press is calling for These individuals to be thrown out of Congress or thrown out of government. Nobody. The press is echoing Conservatives trying to throw these people out of government. There are very few conservatives who are sadly So I bring up this story on Lee to show you They There are so many people out there who are Disingenuous and they call themselves journalists. There. Inherently. Unfair. Coming up next. There are a bunch of Bush's Who are leaving the Republican Party. Yep, these these people worked for George W. Bush. And they're they're saying we're out. We're leaving the Republican Party. Why? Because the Republican Party is now the Trump cult. They say. Now I have more than a few words to say to these Bush's and I'll say them next on WBF, P. I Ford for you. I.
"george w bush" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Sounds confused. Are you throwing bricks? Hmm? And then, of course, the legacy media has to explain it away. That's as Rachel Maddow how she related to the violence from her fellow Democrats cut 15. Have had protesters at inaugural parades in the past for George W. Bush after the Bush people or 2000 election. There are a number of protests along the parade route that year. It's happened before. It's just It's just you did his kids having fun. You know, the difference is Rachel Maddow. Before we didn't get to more than actually more than 200 people arrested Because of the violence they perpetrated in our capital. Inauguration day. None of them went to jail. Why is that? Why is that? The story of the last 10 months in America? With violence raging across the nation in Democrats, cities and states. More than 700. Police officers injured. That we know off. More than 30. Americans murdered. Half of them Black. They were bailed out. They were Allowed out. Sometimes their bail paid for Leftist celebrities. That rate, so Is different. I'm Sebastian Gorka. This is American first of the Salem Radio Network, and we forgot the most fun. Well, let's have a fun one. What happened when Donald Trump Was actually sworn in four years ago. I was that Some people took it badly. Video Cut 10 Play cuts, Donald J. Trump.
"george w bush" Discussed on KGO 810
"Because it seems to me that all three of those people speak. You know, Michelle Obama and George W. Bush have quite a relationship. You know, they seem to be pals. Was it wasn't he sharing gum with her? She with him? It was It was okay. It just wasn't It was just stiff. That's all. It didn't feel like e. I expected them to be more relaxed and more buddy buddy, because we know their relationship is cordial, and it just felt like very, you know. Okay, now, you now you know you. Yeah, that's too bad. Well, I'm sorry that that happened, but I think overall, the inauguration was pretty terrific. And it could have been horribly marred by. You know how locked down it was the presence of all of those troops, the National Guard? That could have made it feel entirely different. But it didn't It still felt warm. You know that the three former presidents aside it felt good and the fact that they got out of the car out of there, you know the limos and walked the last part of that stroll down there. There were people who were gasping. They thought it was so risky. But they did it and it was wonderful because it's tradition because they were waving to people because everybody was happy. I think that it was absolutely wonderful, and it's not that they just made the best out of a bad situation. It's like you, said Kim. What they did with that celebration when normally it would be the balls and it would just be the elite participate. Yeah, this was everybody who participated and they did a stellar job. Who knew that they could put something like that. Together virtually And make a nin auguring ation so much fun s O inspiring, just so entertaining.
"george w bush" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"New taxes, 18 million new jobs and reduce help. Do we lose Jim agree new deal, So I just hope that that everybody remembers kind of what he promised and see if he produces. Well, that's a very valid point, Jim and I think that we need to hold our politicians accountable. I completely agree with you. Um, we gotta give a little bit of time. Obviously, as I gave Donald Trump time, Mexico did not build the wall. We don't have a new health care plan. But Jim going to what you said. I agree with you, 100% and mark my words. I don't care if some people might not believe me, But I went on the air when I talked about Barack Obama and I criticized him, too. By the way, I didn't vote for Barack Obama twice. I think Barack Obama was an average president, but a very, very good man. But you know, there's some things he didn't do very well. And I think you would agree with that. He wasn't a perfect president. He made mistakes. I didn't like some of his policies, but decent man. Classy man. Classy family. I would say the same thing about the Bush shut the George W. Bush today in the inauguration, Jim, you know, giving Carmela Harris a hug being there and you know the the the Obama's in the Bushes. Class. That's what's the best way I would value class over what George George W. Bush did. He went to war for oil. Okay, so, Brian, we've spent $7 trillion in wars. We shouldn't even be in the first place. You'd like to have a conversation about rags. Think it's really interesting. How? How, lance your question then we can move on value. I'll answer your question. We're going to move on. Do you know why Joe? Answer your question, Which you asked me and then you know, I'll answer. You could be a question. Why do it First of all, I think if you have character, you will be a better president than if you don't have character. Now. I don't agree. By the way. I don't believe it was George W. Bush on I don't want really want to get into the weeds and off topic, which is exactly what I don't want to do which what we're doing right now. But I believe Dick Cheney was the main man responsible behind the war in Iraq. Who is the president? Okay? I agree. I wish you would hold Donald Trump. I wish for the last four years. Who was the press? I wish for the last four years, you would have done the same thing with Donald. It's interesting. I think that when politicians when they say the right thing when they have class, and when they look like they're decent human beings, this allows them to be very, very non decent human beings on the other side and do things like like, Enter a war and lie about why we're there. Claims for weapons of mass destruction. Were there never were any and it really and really the real reason why we were there, right? I mean, we risk all these all these, you're absolutely American lines. We spent all this money. When war was because of oil, but since but since George W. Bush said the right things and look the right way and talked about it, and Obama did the exact same thing and Bible do the exact same thing. It allows them to get the trust of the American people and then and then do terrible things to people. I didn't say that. That's what that's what he doesn't like. Donald Trump is such interesting. President Donald Trump didn't Lee didn't hit me? He looked the part, but he didn't say the right things at all. Okay. So here's wasn't trying to. He wasn't trying to say the right things looked the part. Get to trust the American people and then deceived them, like the other presidents, and I believe that Joe Biden Okay, So here's what I would like to say to respond to that JD is incorrect. I I appreciate the call. By the way, General. I do believe it was a show of class for George W. Bush to show up at the organ inauguration today and do what he did. I also didn't support George W. Bush. I thought he was a horrible president. So what you're saying is it doesn't make any sense. I don't support George W. Bush. I don't think he deserved to be the president of the United States. I think he was a trust fund, baby, just like Donald Trump. I don't support George W. Bush all I'm simply saying and I were Heated again, which is this what I saw today and what I've seen it. George W. Bush at funerals is that moment is a show off class. Absolutely want to get He knows how to do that. Of course, that's all I said was entire life. He's been doing that That's all I said. It's been going to these events. That's all I said. Don't talk about the war in Iraq. I didn't talk about my personal feelings about George W. Bush. You went there. I didn't So I'm the last person that would say George W. Bush was a great president. The war in Iraq was a completed either Republicans saying this, but I'm a complete complete debacle. Um From day one. A lot of people died. But my personal opinion is if you care so much, and I hope Ugo about those innocents, Iraqi civilians 100,000 Plus that died and our American soldiers that died that I would hope you also care about the 400,000 plus Americans that have died of the Corona virus, which many Republicans seem to forget to +575396. Let's go to Wayne. Hi, Wayne. You're next on the Vegas Take what's up. Wayne would subway Wayne is being abducted by an alien as we speak. I believe that's what I'm hearing. 2575396 go to Ron. I believe Ron is next. Hi, Ron. I think we have. I think we have the wrong caller there. Let's go to Ron. Hi, Ron. Morning, guys. Hey, Ron, You must say that That's the last Ryan because I always wait. Sometimes you're so busy. I don't even get on the wife. But anyway, I before I go to fight, and I wanted to mention to you guys You just did Monday, which is unusual. The timetable. The on on the break in of the capital was 20 minutes, 20 to 30 minutes. Before Trump's vote. That's true what it and and Brian Sharpe at that. And I just wanted to mention that to you, J D Anyway for Joe Biden. I'm going to give him a chance. Brian. Um, I'm I'm kind of heartbroken because obviously on the trump on the Trump Supporters, But I'm gonna get fighting a chance. But what scares me is he's already told Trudeau that he's shutting down the pipeline and that affect the US too, because a lot of my family and friends Around the pipelines there. The food change at the top of the food chain of the middle class. Okay? And now just by his word, and he wasn't even president today before he got inaugurated. There. Boss came out and said, I'm sorry we're late and everybody else. Well, I understand that without executive order, I think is going to be signed today and shut it down. Shut it down. The Keystone XL is gonna be awful for its crazy how How? Pennsylvania, Apparently Pennsylvania voted for Joe Biden. They're going to lose a ton of jobs. Montana's gonna lose a ton of jobs and our gas prices are gonna explode. 702 to 575396 is the number to call. All right. Let's go to Carl. He's been waiting a while on hold. Thanks for your patience. Carl. What's on your.
"george w bush" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That George W. Bush had the wind at his back, and that which is something that you would expect, generally after a president of one party holds it for two terms, particularly when it was plagued by scandal. In its second year. There was also a great deal of Bush nostalgia more for George H. W. Bush than for George W. Bush, but they very effectively used that name recognition. To get the nomination in the first place, and it was generally seen that Al Gore was not a great candidate. So it's you know, I mean, if you I suspect that there is not a shoeshine guy anywhere on the Eastern Seaboard that Karl Rove isn't hasn't told at one point or another. If that They were looking to do much better in 2000 had it not been for this October. Surprise, totally cats. Self inflicted wounds are the worst. And he has been guilty of it for four years. But our policy the problem is the left always overplay their hand and can capitalize on anything. I got. Justices I want. I got lower regulation got lower taxation. I gotta fight on China, that's necessary Got discussion. The border is necessary about building things in the U. S. It's necessary policy wise. I feel very, very good. You knew what you were getting..
"george w bush" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But then it be broader than the sex that we look at the entire process leading up to this that is involved a consistent effort, promoting misinformation and disinformation promoting the alternative version of reality that somehow this was a stolen election. The insight Into come to Washington, the incitement to violence. This is part of a larger, deeper set of issues, and I wouldn't treat the sixth as a simple standalone matter, But I would treated as part of an ongoing process and, of course, the person whose lead that is the is the commander in chief himself. The president. I wonder how you reflect on The video that was taken down by Twister in the immediate aftermath of the six in which he said he had called the National Guard. The first thing he said, was untrue. Well, that's been characteristic of Donald Trump's behavior. Over the years. You've been going back in before he was president. The truth is really a stranger when he speaks, and he creates and fosters an alternative reality. And the scary thing is, there are significant number of people who ultimately wind up being unable to distinguish between the falsehoods and the truth. As someone who has served under a Republican president. What do you now make off the plans to impeach this president for a second historic time? While I understand the symbolic value of doing that? I do think that the likelihood of his being removed before January 20th is very slim, given the amount of time that's left. And then they have to make a decision about whether devoting a lot of time to this, as opposed to helping the new president and his Cabinet in place at deal with some of the burning issues that we face, whether that's a useful expended church time. Even if you put the timing issue to one side, do you think it's important that the president should be prevented from standing for office ever again? I don't think you should ever be standing for office again. But again, it's not as urgent as making sure we get Through the inauguration in the next eight days. Do you think in the next eight days, President Trump continues to be a threat to the U. S government to the way in which the government is running. I do think that the law abiding people in the agencies are not going to obey illegal orders. We will have. Ah, think of Commander in chief has retreated into himself and is living in his own head. But I do think there are a lot of competent officials who are actually in charge of operating the government. That will be faithful to their oath to the Constitution. I wonder, just finally. How you reflect on the events of the last few days, the political convulsions as well as what happened on the six says as somebody who has been Uh, somebody who served under Republican government. How do you reflect on on what's taken place? I think it order make sure reflect that, even for a country that has been committed to the Constitution, democracy for decades, and many years there is a fragility and we need to be vigilant. And everybody has a role to play in making sure that we approach the truth that we don't shit we treat lies as an alternative version of reality, and I think it has to be Himself searching. Was former secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, who served under Republican President George W. Bush. Now a week is a long time and politics a week ago, would have seemed outside the realms of possibility that President Trump would face a second historic impeachment just eight days before he leaves the White House. But what happened on July the sixth Is propelling the Democrats to do just that that speak to Democratic congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux. She is the U. S representative for Georgia's seventh Congressional District and the only member of Congress to flip the district from Red to blue. Congratulations on doing that to you. First of all, Welcome to the program. Let's let's start by just getting you to react to what you've just heard a former security official from of Homeland Security under George W. Bush, saying that he doesn't think that the president should stand for office again that that must strike you as a pretty remarkable It is and just shows the level of abuse This'll president has perpetuated on the democracy. I absolutely agree with that, and we need to find a way to make sure that we protect the country and hold him accountable for what's happened. Let's talk about the impeachment process because it's quite likely that what's happening today in the House is not going to result in the vice president, saying that the 25th amendment should be invoked. And then the impeachment proceedings will kick in. You have been firmly behind this. Just explain to us what you're thinking has been Sure. So I'm coming from Georgia. Ah, place where the president has been trying to pressure our secretary of state who is a Republican who actually voted for the president, but he's been trying to pressure him. To change the results of the election. And, of course, Georgia voted for President elect Biden. That was clearly an illegal action. It failed, and when it failed, then he turned around and incited a violent mom to attack the capital to try to stop the certification of the election. Wilder capital was overrun by this violent mob. The president refused to deploy the National Guard to defend the capital. Um, you know, this is insurrection. It is an attempted coup day, Tom, and we have to have a swift response and impeachment. If the vice president won't respond, then we are compelled to support impeachment. It is your phone belief that he incited the crowd. Is there something specific that he said that you feel that will be the single thing that we point will be pointed to In these articles. You can go through the transcript of his speech, and there are many instances where he says things like he hopes that vice president Pence will do the right thing. But if not, you know, we know what to do that we have to be strong. When we go to the capital. We can't be weak. Now on the other thing, everybody needs to realize that he's saying these kind of whipping up whipping up the crowd of words. With the crowd that everybody knows, has been discussing violent insurrection on social media. So he is doing that knowing full well what their internal discussions have been on DeSoto. It is You know, it's just a phenomenal thing. And just one last thing, you know that that you don't you don't have to hurry with this because we are going to come back to you, Caroline Bordeaux. Just so we're just gonna return to a summary off the latest World news and we will be back with Congresswoman Carolyn Border. This is new South..
"george w bush" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"So in the early two thousands during the administration of George W. Bush, the hydrogen economy got a lot of support, largely for that reason it would remove our dependence upon foreign oil. There are people who oppose the development of the hydrogen economy, not saying it was a bad idea, necessarily, but saying it's going to end up being too costly and not efficient enough to meet our needs, So it would at best be distracting, and it worse be completely wasteful and waste time and resource is that could be spent on different alternatives. And they may well have a point. It's really hard to say right now. But hydrogen is likely to be at least a component of alternate fuel and energy solutions. Moving forward. It could end up being ah, huge component if we get fusion to work, because fusion would rely upon isotopes of hydrogen And then you're talking enormous energy densities that Maura than dwarf the combustible fuels we're talking about. I'll pick apart hydrogen is going to play as a fuel remains to be seen. It may require breakthroughs in both production and in how we put it to use and until we have a storage and transportation infrastructure built out to support this Will not be able to really rely upon it as extensively as we do fossil fuels. So can we produce enough hydrogen to meet our needs? I think the right answer now is not yet. Or maybe the answer is That's just one part of the challenge, and we have to solve a whole lot of problems to make hydrogen practical. So let's not worry about too much. Let's try and solve these problems first. Now I do think it's worth pursuing. I think fuel cells are super cool. I know some people who love electric cars and that model and they're totally dismissive of fuel cells. But personally, I think both models can work. And besides, even if we don't get fuel cell vehicles rolled out on a wide scale, we may put hydrogen to use and many other places. That wraps up this episode. If you guys have.
"george w bush" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Objecting to sort of find the electoral college votes involving George W. Bush. And that would be Karl Rove's mentor. That tip MRC TV Cut one go. I was not in this body four years ago, but what I observed a Savo ter is the Citizen of Illinois. Four years ago were troubling evidence of the fact that not every vote was being counted. Dented from the Ark Mr President. This'd is obviously a difficulty debate for many reasons. But I commend the senator from California for joining with members of the House, most particularly Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones in raising the objection because it does permit us to Air. Some of these issues. Why did you computing error in Franklin County? Initially Award 4258 extra votes to George Bush when only 638 people had actually build it. Thankfully, they 60, but how many other votes did the computers get wrong? Ohio is the objective. I'm from Ohio embracing the rejection, but I anticipate you will also hear from some of my colleagues. From other states who had similar situations now is easy to say. Well, it happened in Ohio. It happened in Michigan and happen in Arizona. And so let's not worry about it, cause it happened everywhere. I would be standing here saying this, no matter what the outcome of the election because I still think the best rule in politics is the golden rule. You want to others as you would have them do unto you. Telling Remember.
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"All over the world. Lot from my stake. For what reason to bring democracy to the far corners of the world. Let's fix it here and let's do it first thing out. Thank you very much. Well, there you have it. Members of Congress Democrats every last one of them. Speaking their mind and doing exactly what Republicans are doing today. Just there wasn't as many of them. There's way more Republicans that are willing to support this as well a centers that are willing to support it. It's called the Republican action. Yet. Everybody thinks all these guys or whatever this is that the president's calling George officials and threatening them to find votes toe. This is called politics, My friends. I really I just I'm lost that the whole thing How it's okay to be political when it's Democrats being political, But it's not okay to be political when it's a Republican that's trying to win. It was OK for them to change the rules. With respect to how you count votes, how they disregarded. Signature verification. They disregarded what date it had to be. They totally raced the vote date, right, the mail and date that was a non issue. They just rejected it, and they did it without even passing laws. They did it through lawsuits. Which are being alleged to be unconstitutional because it wasn't the Legislature that made the law. That's a very Simplistic way of putting it, even though it may be a more convoluted and complex idea. To say that this has no merit. You sound like a before when you say that you sound like you've never read the Constitution in your life. You sound like you just really don't know how to follow politics. So I want to get your take on that. I want to take get your take on the criticism that Trumpers get For defending the Constitution. I have never said that I do want President Trump to win. I've said that, but I'm not predicting that he's gonna win. I predicted he was gonna win in November. Guess what? I had to eat those words. He didn't get the 330 electoral college votes that I thought he was gonna get. Now. In reality, he may in fact have gotten them but What we know is that there was as George W. Bush would say some strategic theory that went on and now we're here and there's a contested election. So again, I want to get to your cause. I wanna hear your thoughts and all of that. You know what's your beef segment coming right up, But keep it locked right there. I'm rich Validates our telephone number is 1 808 48 w A b c 1 808 48 92 22 your calls and more Up next Thistles.